2010 PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS FOOTBALL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Viking Football At A Glance _______________________________ 2 Portland State Athletics __________________________________ 3 Media Information ____________________________________ 4-5 Portland State Athletics ________________________________ 6-7 Portland State University _______________________________ 8-9 Athletics Department Support Services ____________________ 10 Sports in Portland______________________________________ 11 Portland, Oregon ___________________________________ 12-13 The State of Oregon ____________________________________ 14

VIKING FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Nigel Burton_____________________________ 15-16 Coaching Staff _____________________________________ 17-23 Football Support Staff __________________________________ 24 2010 Season Preview ________________________________ 25-27 2010 Preseason Roster _______________________________ 28-29 2010 Preseason Depth Chart _____________________________ 30 Returning Player Bios ________________________________ 31-51 Newcomer Player Bios _______________________________ 52-57

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Head Coach _______________ Nigel Burton, Washington, ‘99, 1st year Defensive Coordinator/Safeties ____Eric Jackson, Eastern Michigan, ‘87 Offensive Coordinator/QBs ___ Bruce Barnum, Eastern Washington ‘87 Run Game Coordinator/WRs __ Dave Brown, Central Missouri State, ‘03 Special Teams Coordinator________ John Ely, Western Washington, ‘87 Defensive Line _______________________ Legi Suiaunoa, Nevada, ‘02 Linebackers ____________________ Ahmed Zarrugh, Oregon State, ‘07 Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator _ Mark Kaanapu, Pacific (OR), ‘90 Offensive Line _________________________Brad Davis, Oklahoma, ‘03 Offensive Assistant/Tight Ends _____ Steve Cooper, Portland State, ‘09 Assistant Defensive Line __________Richard Seigler, Oregon State, ‘04 Director of Football Operations ________________________ Ron Davis Strength Coach ________________________________Andrew Pompei Video Coordinator _________________________________ Travis Pitts Equipment Coordinator ________________________ Rick McReynolds Assistant Equipment Coordinator ____________________ Brian Weisel Team Athletic Trainer ______________________________Duane Duey Team Doctors ___________________ Dr. Mark Colville, Dr. David Hayes Team Chaplain ________________________________________Al Egg

2010 VIKING OPPONENTS

The Big Sky Conference _________________________________ 58 Big Sky Composite Schedule _____________________________ 59 Big Sky Conference Champions ___________________________ 59 NCAA I Football Championship Subdivision _________________ 60 NCAA I FCS Champions _________________________________ 60 Opponent Information_______________________________ 61-71

2009 SEASON REVIEW

Season Review _____________________________________ 72-74 2009 Game-By-Game Summaries ______________________ 74-79 2009 Season Statistics _______________________________ 80-86 All-Time Passing Records ________________________________ 87 All-Time Rushing Records _______________________________ 88 All-Time Receiving Records ______________________________ 89 All-Time Return Records _________________________________ 90 All-Time Scoring Records ________________________________ 91 All-Time Defensive Records ______________________________ 92 Year-By-Year Individual Leaders ________________________ 93-95 All-Time Team Records __________________________________ 96 Yearly Team Statistics ___________________________________ 97 Opponent Yearly Team Statistics __________________________ 98 Big Sky Conference Award Winners ____________________ 99-101 National Honors __________________________________ 101-102 National Rankings ____________________________________ 103 Special Honors _______________________________________ 104 Team Award Winners ______________________________ 105-106 Viking Head Coaching Records ______________________ 107-108 Year-By-Year Scores _______________________________ 109-113 All-Time Series Records ____________________________ 114-116 Attendance Records ___________________________________ 117

VIKING RECORD BOOK

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Record ____________________________________________ 2-9 Big Sky Conference Record ____________________________ 1-7/t8th Letterwinners Returning/Lost ____________________________ 46/24 Starters Returning/Lost _________________________________ 14/10 Starters Returning: O/D/ST _______________________________6/5/3 Redshirts Returning _______________________________________ 17 Offense ______________________________________________ Pistol Defense ________________________________________________ 4-3

Program Year ________________________________64th (1947-2010) Big Sky Conference Year ________________________15th (1996-2010) NCAA I FCS Year ______________________ 18th (1978-80, 1996-2010) NCAA I FCS Playoff Appearances ________________________ 1 (2000) Total NCAA Playoff Appearances ___________ 9 (1987-89, 91-95, 2000) Winning Seasons _________________________________________28 All-Time Record __________________________________ 312-328-10

FOOTBALL PROGRAM HISTORY

VIKING FOOTBALL HISTORY

Portland State Post-Season History _______________________ 118 Portland State in NCAA II Football ________________________ 119 Portland State in NAIA Football __________________________ 120 63 Years of Portland State Football ___________________ 121-124 All-Time Viking Lettermen __________________________ 125-129 Former Vikings in Professional Football _______________ 129-130 Portland State Athletics Hall of Fame _____________________ 131

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VIKING FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 43 44 Name Cory McCaffrey Nick Green Michael Almond Zach Todd Raymond Fry David Ross Chad Dashnaw Josh Milhollin Aaron Kincy Connor Kavanaugh Kalua Noa Drew Hubel Tygue Howland Justin Engstrom Manoa Latu Justin Lilley Robert Truax Ricky Cookman Zach Brown DeVaunte Bolton Nathan Snow DeShawn Shead Michael Williams Karrington Jones Donte Almond Willie Griffin Denzel Davis Thomas Duyndam AJ Powell Brian Walters Corey Crowder Nick Kalpin Kevin Takeno Ronnie Simmons Cameron Hein Henry Organ Shaughn Sanford Jarren Horton Ben Bowen Quinn Stewart DJ Macarthy Joel Sisler Kevin Konrath Taylor Martinek Shane Melbo Pos. RB QB S WR WR CB QB QB DB QB WR QB QB QB FS FS K WR K RB SS CB CB DB S RB CB P WR DE LB LB LB WR CB SS RB S RB LB LB LB LB LB LB Ht. 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-1 5-11 5-7 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 5-8 5-9 6-4 5-8 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 Wt. 180 200 195 190 180 190 230 190 185 180 190 205 220 210 205 205 175 195 180 195 190 195 165 175 195 195 170 215 165 220 205 205 210 175 180 180 200 160 200 220 235 210 230 220 220 Yr. JR SO SR SO SR JR FR FR JR JR SO SR SR JR JR FR JR JR SO FR SO JR SO FR JR JR SO SO FR SR FR JR SR FR JR FR SR FR SO JR SR SO JR FR JR Exp. 2V RS RS SQ 2V TR HS HS JC 2V 1V 3V 3V 1V JC RS 2V 2V 1V HS 1V 2V 1V HS RS TR 1V 1V HS 1V HS 2V 1V HS 1V HS JC HS 1V 2V 1V 1V 1V HS JC Hometown (High School/College) Sisters, OR (Sisters) Ridgefield, WA (Central Catholic/Air Force) Milpitas, CA (Milpitas/Foothill JC) Eugene, OR (Sheldon) Everett, WA (Mariner/Idaho) Compton, CA (Dominguez/Oregon State) Agua Dulce, CA (Narbonne) Medford, OR (South Medford) St. Petersburg, FL (Murray St./Butte JC) Portland, OR (Lincoln) Kuliou’ou, HI (Kaiser) Corvallis, OR (Corvallis) Sedro-Woolley, WA (Sedro-Woolley) Scappoose, OR (Scappoose/Oregon St.) Kapahulu, HI (Saint Louis/Mt. SAC) Thousand Oaks, CA (Westlake) West Linn, OR (West Linn) Clackamas, OR (Clackamas/Boise St.) Keizer, OR (McNary) Roseville, CA (Granite Bay) Houston, TX (Clear Lake) Palmdale, CA (Highland) Houston, TX (Aldine) Los Angeles, CA (West Adams Prep) Milpitas, CA (Milpitas/Foothill JC) Oakland, CA (McClymonds/Washington) Garland, TX (South Garland) Melbourne, Australia (St. Bernard’s) Pasadena, CA (Charter Oaks) Melbourne, FL (Melbourne/Mendocino CC) Elk Grove, CA (Christian Brothers) Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos) Salt Lake City, UT (Hillcrest/Lewis & Clark) Oregon City, OR (Oregon City) Corvallis, OR (Corvallis/Butte JC) Berkeley, CA (St. Mary’s) Redding, CA (Shasta/Shasta JC) Puyallup, WA (Cascade Christian) Visalia, CA (Mt. Whitney) Gardena, CA (Gardena) Merrillville, IN (Indiana St./Harper JC) Escondido, CA (Escondido) Chicago, IL (Brother Rice/Harper JC) Portland, OR (Jesuit) Escondido, CA (San Pasqual/Palomar JC) No. 45 46 48 51 53 54 55 56 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 97 98 99 Name Vincent Johnson Brandon Tobias Braedyn Eagle Nick Gale Dionte Brooks Jaycob Shoemaker Major Harris Ryan Rau Dexter Morrison Adam Kleffner John Wall Zach Dias Mitchell Van Dyk Thomas Robertson Mitch Gaulke Manuel Rojas Alex Cosenza Kyle Ritt Dereck Jester Coleton Langdon Dalton Jasso Seth Giandomenico Antonio Danek Jackson Dallas Scott Shugert Mike Dorricott Dustin Waldron Martin Bayless Julius Thomas Nick Hutter Justin Monahan Nevin Lewis Taylor Meyrick Keitrell Anderson Kyle McMillin Salas Louidor James Seuma’ala Rory Richards Travis Beckley Carl Sommer Bryant Long Alika Vaiese Josh Ah Toon Jack Forbes Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (High School/College) DE 6-2 265 FR HS Fort Worth, TX (North Crowley) DE 6-2 210 FR HS Torrance, CA (North) LS 6-2 240 JR 2V Carlsbad, CA (Carlsbad) OL 6-4 280 SO 1V East Wenatchee, WA (Eastmont) LB 6-2 220 JR JC Compton, CA (Compton/El Camino JC) LB 6-0 230 SO 1V Sacramento, CA (Casa Roble) DE 6-3 210 FR HS Salem, OR (McKay) LB 6-1 230 JR 2V Folsom, CA (Folsom) DL 6-2 260 FR RS Portland, OR (Centennial) OL 6-3 310 JR 2V Portland, OR (Jesuit) OL 6-2 275 FR RS Beaverton, OR (Southridge) OL 6-5 290 SR 1V Napa, CA (Vintage/Solano JC) OL 6-9 260 FR RS Paso Robles, CA (Paso Robles) TE 6-4 275 FR RS Houston, TX (Westfield) OL 6-2 265 FR RS West Linn, OR (West Linn) OL 6-2 290 SO 1V Fullerton, CA (Fullerton) OL 6-3 275 FR RS Chandler, AZ (Hamilton) OL 6-2 290 SO 1V Aloha, OR (Aloha) DE 6-4 240 SO 1V Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks) OL 6-2 275 FR HS Renton, WA (Liberty) OL 6-2 280 SO 1V Lakewood, CA (Lakewood) OL 6-4 275 JR 1V Canby, OR (Canby/Southern Oregon) OL 6-4 295 SO RS Milwaukie, OR (Central Catholic/NAU) DT 6-3 305 SO SQ Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos/San Jose St.) OL 6-5 305 JR TR Oregon City, OR (OCHS/Washington) OL 6-3 275 JR JC Los Altos, CA (Los Altos/C. of San Mateo) OL 6-6 280 JR 2V Pleasant Hill, OR (Marist) WR 6-2 200 SO TR Fresno, TX (Hightower/Northwestern) TE 6-5 240 SR HS Stockton, CA (Tokay) WR 5-11 180 SR 1V MissionViejo,CA(CapistranoV./SaddlebackJC) WR 6-2 185 SO SQ West Linn, OR (West Linn/Whitworth) WR 6-2 195 SO 1V Culver, OR (Culver) TE 6-5 275 FR HS Oregon City, OR (Oregon City) WR 5-9 170 SO 1V Houston, TX (Aldine) TE 6-2 240 JR JC Merced, CA (Golden Valley/Merced JC) WR 6-2 195 SO JC Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Coral Springs/Bacone) DL 6-3 240 FR HS Federal Way, WA (Federal Way) TE 6-3 225 SR 3V Salem, OR (Sprague) DE 6-4 285 SR 3V Eugene, OR (Thurston) DE 6-4 260 JR 1V Wilsonville, OR (Wilsonville/Oregon St.) DE 6-3 245 FR HS South Orange, NJ (Hargrave Military) DT 6-1 280 JR JC Kalini, HI (Education Lab/Palomar JC) DL 6-3 280 FR GS Waimanalo, HI (Newberg OR) DE 6-3 225 JR JC Pacifica, CA (Terra Nova/C. of San Mateo)

2010 PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Opponent @ Arizona State @ UC Davis @ Oregon Open IDAHO STATE* @ Montana State* MONTANA* @ Weber State* EASTERN WASHINGTON* @ Sacramento State* NORTHERN COLORADO* @ Northern Arizona* Location Tempe, AZ Davis, CA Eugene, OR Kickoff 7 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PORTLAND STATE AND VIKING FOOTBALL

Hillsboro Stadium 5:05 p.m. Bozeman, MT 12:35 p.m. PT Hillsboro Stadium 5:05 p.m. Ogden, UT 2 p.m. PT Hillsboro Stadium 5:05 p.m. Sacramento, CA 2:05 p.m. Hillsboro Stadium 1:05 p.m. Flagstaff, AZ 2:05 p.m. PT

NCAA Playoffs: Nov. 27 First Round; Dec. 4, Second Round; Dec. 11, Quarterfinals; Dec. 17/18, Semifinals; Jan. 7, National Championship, Frisco, TX * Big Sky Conference game • All game times are tentative Radio: KXFD Freedom 970 AM • TV: TBA Live Streaming Video: www.b2tv.com Live Stats: www.GoViks.com 2

Portland State University, located in Portland, OR, is the largest school in the state of Oregon with 27,972 students. It was founded in 1946 as Vanport College - a two-year institution. Athletically, Portland State began as a junior college in 1946-47, but competed in the Oregon Collegiate Conference at the NAIA level from 1950 to 1964, winning three OCC football titles (1962, 1963, 1964). PSU became a four-year institution in 1955. Portland State joined the NCAA in 1965 and competed at the College Division level (the fore-runner of NCAA II). PSU was an NCAA 1-AA member from 1978-80, then moved back to Division II in 1981, where it competed through the 1995 season. The Vikings were members of the Western Football Conference from 1982 to 1992, winning six conference championships. PSU made eight NCAA II playoff appearances from 1987 to 1995. In 1996, Portland State moved to the Big Sky Conference and up to the NCAA 1-AA (now FCS) level. The Vikings made their first playoff appearance at their current level in 2000. Portland State’s football program has produced such legendary figures as Coach Mouse Davis, quarterbacks Neil Lomax and June Jones (now head coach at SMU), Tom Oberg (the first Viking to play in the NFL), Coach Pokey Allen (who led the Vikings to two NCAA II National Championship appearances), and more than 25 players who have appeared in the NFL.

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com Live Stats __________________________________ www. Excellent photography by Dick Powers. Assistant Athletic Trainer ______________ Jonathan Huwe.972 Nickname __________________________________________Vikings Colors ______________ Green (PMS 350). Athletics Director/Business Operations/SWA Barbara Dearing Athletics Business Accountant __________________ Teri Arguello Assistant Business Manager ____________________ Curt Kentner Asst.GoViks. OR 97201 Mailing Address ________________ PO Box 751.725.970. Strength and Conditioning Coach __________________ Scott Fabian Assistant Strength Coach ___________________ Andrew Pompei JR QB Connor Kavanaugh JR LB Ryan Rau SR WR Ray Fry Assistant Athletic Director/Media Relations (Football) ____ Mike Lund office ______________________________________503. OR 97207 Athletic Department Phone_______________________503. Suite 415.GoViks. JR LT Dustin Waldron 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 3 . Portland.C.edu New Media Coordinator _________________________ Matt Scheerer office ______________________________________503.edu Features Writer _________________________________ John Wykoff Viking Athletics Website______________________ www. Associate Athletic Trainer _________________ Duane Duey.725. edited and designed by Mike Lund.PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS Physical Address _______ 527 SW Hall.4000 Athletic Department FAX _________________________503.C.b2tv. White and Silver (PMS 428) National Affiliation/Conference ___________ NCAA Division I/Big Sky Stadium/Capacity/Surface (2010 only) ____ Hillsboro/7.C.com CREDITS The Portland State football media guide was written.T.825/FieldTurf President ______________________________________ Wim Wiewel Faculty Athletic Representative __________________ Bob Lockwood Director of Athletics ___________________________ Torre Chisholm Assoc.866.5550 Founded _______________________________ 1946 (4-year in 1955) Enrollment _________________________________________ 27. A. Steve Brenner and Troy Wayrynen.T.0236 email ___________________________________ lundm@pdx.am Live Streaming Video __________________________ www.C.edu Assistant Media Relations Director __________________ Ryan Borde office ______________________________________503.725. Additional design work by JK Design.T. Athletics Director/Facilities and Operations ___Rick McReynolds Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations _____Charlie Lucas Equipment Manager ___________________________Brian Weisel Administrative and Scheduling Assistant _______ Serah Freeman Head Athletic Trainer _________________________ Jim Wallis.5744 email _________________________________ scheerer@pdx. A. Athletics Director for Student Athlete Welfare__ Jeff Mozzochi Asst.725. Athletics Director/Media Relations _______________ Mike Lund Assistant Media Relations Director________________ Ryan Borde New Media Coordinator ______________________ Matt Scheerer Assoc. A. A. Athletics Director/Development and Marketing _ Zack Wallace Director of Marketing and Sponsorship Coordinator _ Kenny Dow Director of New Business Development _______Dennis Ferguson Director of Donor Relations ______________________Scott Boyd Director of Ticket Sales ________________________ Beth Connell Community Relations Coordinator ______________ Jenna Wilson Assoc.5602 mobile _____________________________________503. Portland. Assistant Athletic Trainer __________________Tara Hebert.2525 email ___________________________________rborde@pdx.com Football Press Box______________________________________ TBA ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS PORTLAND STATE MEDIA Flagship Radio Station __________________________ KXFD 970 AM Play-by-play __________________________________ Tom Hewitt Analyst _______________________________________ Mike Lund Internet _______________________________________www.T.725. Athletics Director/Academics and Compliance _____ Kim Hottel Academic Advisor ____________________________Rashad Floyd Academic Advisor _________________________ Brandy Coleman Asst.

Move into the left lane of I-84 westbound as you approach the I-5 interchange. Merge with I-405.com/pages/Portland-State-Vikings/ are provided for visiting media. schedules.KXFD 970 AM In 2010-11 Portland State Athletics begins a new era in broadcasting in its partnership with Alpha Broadcasting in Portland. and on the west by SW 13th. Portland State’s Athletics Media Relations Director. • www. Take I-5 southbound and move into the left lane as you cross the Marquam Bridge. credentials or practice times for Viking football should contact Mike Lund at the Portland State Media Relations Office. follow the directions to the PSU campus. VIKINGS ON THE RADIO . and Big Sky Conference men’s and cated at the middle of the press box. FROM THE PORTLAND AIRPORT: Exit the Airport on Airport Way. Portland State’s regular practice time is 1:45-4 p. during the season.bigskytv. Requests made less than a week in advance will be left at the Hillsboro Stadium Will Call. can be mailed. scores. GAME WEEK INTERVIEWS PRACTICE INTERVIEWS: Coaches and players are available for interviews before and after practices. including Oregon State broadcasts and his own Saturday morning golf show. Media can reach the pressbox by BROADCAST ARRANGEMENTS The visiting radio booth will accommo. Games can also be heard on the internet at www. Visiting media should arrange for credentials and parking in advance.MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA INFORMATION AND PASSES Media seeking information. Follow Highway 26 for 11 miles to the Cornelius Pass Road South exit. available via live streaming video on the interof the stadium and is easily accessible from the net. All nine coaches will be available to media members via telephone on Wednesdays beginning at 9:30 a.org MEDIA FACILITIES AT HILLSBORO STADIUM All Big Sky Conference football games are The press box is located on the south side before and throughout the contest.Twitter. Take I-205 South for approximately 3 miles. Take I-5 southbound and move into the left lane as you cross the Marquam Bridge. Each coach will have a designated time slot during the teleconference. Hewitt has hosted several radio shows and done numerous play-by-play calls over the years. Media Relations Director. Lund. Pregame notes. Exit on I-84 West and follow for approximately six miles.facebook. Suite 415. Joining Hewitt on Viking football broadcasts for a sixth season is Mike Lund. Suite 415. information. quarter and at halftime. TOM HEWITT DIRECTIONS TO THE PORTLAND STATE CAMPUS The PSU campus is located in downtown Portland. as well. For assistance with interviews. Portland State campus reserved parking must be obtained from Mike Lund in the Athletics Office at 527 SW Hall. “Teein’ It Up With Tom Hewitt. Follow Cornelius Pass Road for one-half mile to NW Evergreen Parkway. on the east by SW 1st.Facebook. 4 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Enter the building just east of 6th Avenue and take the elevator to the fourth floor. Parking and media passes. Merge with I-405 and follow for one mile to the Hwy 26 exit. Details of specific times and call-in numbers will be available from the conference office prior to the first week of the season. Those addresses are: State Athletics can be found on the intersion of the game. STOTT COMMUNITY FIELD The Portland State Vikings practice at the Peter W. Viking home games and conference road parking lot. move into the right lane. The Athletics Office entrance is 527 SW Hall.GoViks. Move into the left lane of I-84 westbound as you approach the I-5 interchange. A lunch and beverages will be available INTERNET STREAMING: bigskytv. taking the elevator at the middle of the south All video streaming is provided FREE. Follow for two blocks to SW Hall. Exit on I-84 West and follow for approximately six miles. if requested more than a week in advance. women’s basketball and volleyball. credentials or other materials at the Media Relations Office follow I-405 to the 6th Avenue exit. Fans will grandstand.com.m. Contact Mike games. Space for televising games is also available have access to all conference games. during the season.m.org. Telephones and wireless internet • www.” Hewitt has a day job as a teacher at Portland’s Marshall High School.com/PSU_Vikings net at www. archived west side of the press box. interviews. Follow for one-quarter mile and Hillsboro Stadium will be on the right.m.games can be accessed at www. Take I-205 South for approximately 3 miles. grams are available prior to the game. On-street parking is available after exiting on 6th Avenue. It is requested that as many interview questions as possible be directed during the weekly Big Sky Conference Football Coaches Teleconference. has also broadcast basketball and softball at PSU. The pregame show begins one hour prior to the scheduled kickoff.970. for details. Football play-by-play man Tom Hewitt returns for his 13th season to call all the Viking action. in his office.Lund. heading east. Visiting team interviews are at the discretion of the visiting media relations director. Then walk three blocks west through the park blocks. Portland State football will move to the KXFD 970 AM . PT. contact Mike Lund. To get to the practice field. TO THE ATHLETICS OFFICE: Media who would like to pick up parking. Call Mike Lund to schedule an interview. heading east. The media box is located on the date up to three people. DIRECTIONS TO THE PETER W.am. Players are not available on game days prior to the game. It is bordered on the north by SW Market. Player interviews must be scheduled in advance.com Quick stats will be provided after each VIKINGS ON SOCIAL NETWORKS News. Visiting radio is loin the pressbox upon request. depth charts and pro. www.. DIRECTIONS TO HILLSBORO STADIUM FROM THE PORTLAND AIRPORT: Exit the Airport on Airport Way. on the south by I-405. Hewitt has also served as PSU’s basketball play-by-play man for the past nine seasons. Stott Community Field located at SW 10th and Hall on the PSU campus. Only on-street parking is available.also known as Freedom 970. Limited parking is available. Complete sumOther ways to follow Viking Athletics include Twitter and live stats and much more about Portland maries will be provided at the conclu. who has worked at the school since 1989. Stott Center.GoViks. The field is adjacent to the PSU library and Peter W. BIG SKY FOOTBALL COACHES TELECONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference sponsors a weekly football coaches teleconference. Portland State Media Relations Director. POST-GAME INTERVIEWS Post-game interviews at Portland State football games will be conducted outside the locker room at the conclusion of the team cooling off period. TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS: Coach Nigel Burton is available for interviews from 9:30-10 a.

243.225. PSU Athletics represents this community as a paragon of amateur athletics and embraces its responsibility to promote and enhance amateur athletics in the community and its obligation to develop role models to inspire local youth to athletic and academic success _____________________ IT IS RESOLVED THAT.usatoday.2169 • www.3761 • www. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 5 .com Dan Christopherson • 503.228. Portland State Athletics pledges to truly make Portland ‘our town’ and the Vikings ‘your team. Brian Wheeler.O. OR 97006 www.koin.katu. engaged.sportsnetwork.548. Suite 150. NY 10016 212.7586 • www.276. OR 97239 503.1190 AM 4949 SW Macadam.4538 • www.226.sportingnews. OR 97207 503.7th Floor.4321 • www.3752 KPTV-TV (Fox) . Box 751.com Matt Smith • 503. PSU and Viking Athletics will be beneficiaries of the constantly improving city.O. 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2010 Women’s Soccer – 2005. The field was resurfaced with FieldTurf and lights were added during the winter of 2007. Montana State. Cross Country. 2008. and 35 Player of the Week awards. Indoor Track & Field. one All-American. 66 academic All-Conference honors. one individual NCAA Championship appearance. Northern Arizona. Tennis MEMBER: Big Sky Conference BIG SKY MEMBERS: Eastern Washington. Portland State. four individual conference champions. Soccer. Montana.PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS PORTLAND STATE COACHING STAFF Neil Lomax ________________ Former NFL quarterback June Junes Former NFL player/coach/SMU head coach Rick Sanders ___ 2-time Olympic silver medal wrestler Steve Olin_______________________ Late MLB pitcher Tom Trebelhorn_______________ MLB coach/manager Lynda Johnson _________ Former pro volleyball player Freeman Williams _______________ Former NBA player Adam Hayward _____________________NFL linebacker Jordan Senn _______________________NFL linebacker Ime Udoka __________________________ NBA forward Rashad Floyd ____ Arena League All-Star/record holder Bree Schaaf ______________________ Winter Olympian PROMINENT PORTLAND STATE ATHLETES Nigel Burton Football Tobin Echo-Hawk Softball Tyler Geving Men’s Basketball Ronnye Harrison Track/Cross Country Sherri Murrell Women’s Basketball Jay Sterling Tennis Stott Community Field. Indoor Track & Field. one division champion team. Outdoor Track & Field. Cross Country. Northern Colorado. three Coach of the Year honors. 2009 (season). 2005. 2008 (tournament) Softball – 2006. 33 All-Conference athletes. Idaho State. Dick Powers The Peter W. Portland State’s football practice facility. 2009 (Pacific Coast Softball) MEN’S ATHLETIC PROGRAMS: Football. Stott Center Michael Seemann Volleyball Laura Schott Soccer Kathleen Takaishi Women’s Golf PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS IN 2009-10: Four conference champion teams. 2009 (tournament) Women’s Basketball . Golf. 2004. Outdoor Track & Field. two NCAA tournament appearances. 2009 Men’s Basketball – 2005. 2008 (season). RECENT PORTLAND STATE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: Women’s Golf – 2003.2010 (tournament) Women’s Volleyball – 2007. Tennis WOMEN’S ATHLETIC PROGRAMS: Volleyball. Basketball. 2008. Basketball. Sacramento State. Weber State AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP: Pacific Coast Softball Conference 6 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Portland State University has 15 NCAA Division I intercollegiate varsity sports: six men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Softball. is located outside the Stott Center’s front door. four Academic AllDistrict honors. eight Player of the Year honors.

PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS 10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 7 NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES IN THE LAST THREE YEARS 2007. 2009 Big Sky Conference Champions 2008 Big Sky Tournament Champions 2009 Pacific Coast Softball Conference Champions 2010 Big Sky Conference Champions 2008. 2010 Big Sky Conference Champions 2009 Big 2008. 2009 NCAA Tournament Participants Sky Con fe rence C h ampion s 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 7 .

1 billion 8 Portland State University serves as a center of opportunity for nearly 28. The University offers more than 120 majors. minors and areas of concentration. master’s. serving more students and conferring more graduate degrees each year than any other school in the Oregon University System. PSU also offers the largest academic summer program in the state of Oregon. Oregon. Student-athletes work with an academic advisor and have access to the Skills Enhancement and Tutoring Center to ensure they are able to get the most out of their education. doctoral programs began in 1968. It is Oregon’s fastest growing public institution.” inspires the teaching and research of an accomplished faculty whose work and students span the globe.000 MOTTO: Let knowledge serve the city FOUNDED: 1946 MOVED TO SOUTH PARK BLOCKS: 1952 FIRST BACHELOR’S DEGREES AWARDED: 1956 FIRST MASTER’S DEGREES: 1964 FIRST DOCTORAL DEGREES: 1972 CAMPUS ACREAGE: 49 acres EDUCATIONAL SQUARE FOOTAGE: 3. a four-year. Located in downtown Portland’s tree-lined South Park Blocks.972 FACULTY AND STAFF: 2. The Portland State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics strives to provide an athletic program that develops the whole person through education and competition. the University is the largest. PSU’s motto. provides Portland State students with learning University President experiences designed to Dr. degree-granting institution. Located in Portland.000 undergraduate and graduate students. The University’s 49-acre downtown campus exhibits Portland State’s commitment to sustainability with green buildings. “Let Knowledge Serve the City. Graduate studies were added in 1961. the University’s innovative approach to education combines academic rigor in the classroom with field-based experiences through internships and classroom projects with community partners. and doctoral degrees incorporate sustainability into the curriculum. Student-athletes are also able to attend seminars given by the career center. while many of the 124 bachelor’s. ORIGINS The University was established as Vanport Extension Center in 1946 and in 1952 moved to downtown Portland. called University Studies. Student-athletes have access to their own computer lab in the Stott Center. most diverse and only urban university in the Oregon University System. the Vanport Extension Center became Portland State College. and the institution was granted university status in 1969.THIS IS PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY Skybridge on SW Broadway Avenue PORTLAND STATE PROFILE ACADEMIC UNITS College of Liberal Arts and Sciences College of Urban and Public Affairs Graduate School of Education Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science School of Business Administration School of Extended Studies School of Fine and Performing Arts School of Social Work MOST POPULAR MAJORS Business Administration and Management Social Sciences Psychology ENROLLMENT: 27. The lab’s 15 computers are replaced every other year.3 million volumes ALUMNI: over 118. Wim Wiewel facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and attitudes that will build a foundation for lifelong learning. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . PSU’s award-winning general education program. one of the nation’s most livable cities. which is open whenever the Stott Center itself is.2 million (4. Portland State is home to Oregon’s largest business school and the Graduate School of Education is Oregon’s largest and most comprehensive school of its kind. EDUCATION Portland State University is a nationally acclaimed leader in community-based learning.110 LIBRARY: 1.5 million total) PSU BUILDINGS: 50 RESIDENTIAL STUDENT HOUSING PROPERTIES: 11 ECONOMIC IMPACT: more than $1. In 1955.

When pressed to provide a definition.our new ideas. If you’re encountering the concept of sustainability for the first time. our innovative partnerships. you may be asking yourself what all the buzz is about. ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY Urban and Public Affairs Courtyard Student Recreation Center Shattuck Hall Classroom Simon Benson House Branford P. Sustainability is a process. Portland State University received the biggest donation in its history: $25 million from the James F. most sustainability professionals offer some variation on the following definition: Sustainability means meeting the economic. Portland State aims to be a living laboratory of sustainability. GREEN. our academic rigor . and Maron L. and economic problems of our time. with our efforts at research and education fully integrated with the community around us. By thinking about sustainability as a continuum rather than an endpoint. IT’S MORE THAN OUR SCHOOL COLOR.At Portland State we do more than just study sustainability. Our goal is to harness the strengths of our singular urban university . we as a University are better positioned to identify our successes while simultaneously focusing on future goals.toward solving the environmental. In September 2008. social. We engage directly with the community around us to make sustainability real. and environmental needs of the present without compromising the similar needs of future generations. Miller Foundation for research and projects focused on sustainability. Millar Library The Park Blocks 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 9 . social.

ATHLETICS PROGRAM SERVICES ATHLETICS TREATMENT CENTER The Viking Athletic Treatment Center is located on the lower level of the Peter W. Assistant Athletics Director Rashad Floyd for Academics and Compliance Kim Hottel and her staff provide assistance to student athletes throughout their collegiate experience. computer access. In this decade. clean. immediate care. Mission Statement: The Portland State University Strength and Conditioning Program will commit to providing a safe and comprehensive program for enhancing all aspects of athleticism in a safe. 66 Viking student-athletes earned Academic All-Conference honors and four were named Academic All-District. Stott Center. A certified athletic trainer is present at all times when the facility is open and present at all home events. Academic Advisors Rashad Floyd and Brandy Coleman take the lead in working with athletes in a one-on-one basis as they progress in their chosen courses of study. Program Objective: Every sport is unique in its demands on the muscle. The program is directed by Certified Athletic Trainer Jim Wallis. Therapeutic modalities and all rehabilitation equipment are upto-date and modalities can also be taken on road trips to maximize treatment. in conjuction with team physicians. Viking Experience-Life Skills. and he is assisted by Head Athletic Trainer three full-time certified athletic Jim Wallis trainers in Duane Duey. The Portland State Strength and Conditioning program is under the direction of Scott Fabian. Jonathan Huwe and Tara Hebert. Viking student-athletes are able to complete rehabilitation on site in the athletic treatment center. Tutoring and study halls are also provided to student athletes. and needs. men’s and women’s basketball. and demands on the heart.all located within the Peter Advisor W. Dr. and physician’s orders. Bryan Baisinger (chiropractor) and Dr. evaluation. The facility holds 10 multi-racks. Following any injury. and professional environment. 10 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . All student athletes take part in an orientation session to highlight and make them aware of academic resources available to them. designing programs to meet the demands of each sport and accommodate their strengths and weaknesses of the individual athlete. four physicians and two massage therapists come to campus each week and are available to all student-athletes: Dr. treatment and rehabilitation to any injury sustained while participating at Portland State. In 2009-10. they assist student-athletes in prevention. Career Services. Mark Colville (orthopedic). six pieces of cardiovascular training equipment and an area to conduct plyometric exercises. Athletic Training Facility Bob and Jane Morrow Academic Center for Athletics ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE Portland State student athletes are provided with an outstanding urban education at the largest university in the state of Oregon. In addition. Fabian works with all of the Viking athletic teams. weaknesses. Stott Center and provides the finest up-to-date treatment and medical care for Viking student-athletes. Together. and houses the office of the Academic AdviAcademic sor . Student-athlete workshops include Maximizing Potential. Portland State has had Academic All-Americans in football. Charles Webb (osteopath with sports medicine specialization). Garrison Strength and Conditioning Center STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING The Garrison Strength & Conditioning Center is located in lower level of the Peter W. Gina Albanese Lac (acupuncture). Resume Building and others. The Bob and Jane Morrow Academic Center for Athletics provides a unique study area. in their genetics. Every athlete is unique as well. strengths. demand on the mind. Four graduate assistant athletic trainers are also on staff. Stott Center. The Portland State University Strength and Conditioning Program is committed to Strength and Conditioning providing a physiologically and Coach scientifically complete program Scott Fabian designed to meet the demands of each sport and accommodate their strengths and weaknesses as the individual develops into a college athlete. two set of dumbells that range up to 130 pounds. seven platform areas.

SPORTS IN PORTLAND Team Portland Trail Blazers Portland Beavers Portland Winterhawks Portland Timbers PROFESSIONAL SPORTS TEAMS League NBA Pacific Coast League (AAA) Western Hockey League United Soccer League ANNUAL MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS Little League Softball World Series (August) LPGA Safeway Classic (August) Portland Marathon (October) COMING IN 2011: Major League Soccer Portland Beavers Portland Trail Blazers LPGA Safeway Classic Portland Timbers Portland Marathon Portland Winterhawks 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 11 .

The original Rose Garden.000 acres of parks. Powell’s occupies a full city block. Within a 90-minute drive. Stark’s Vacuum Cleaner Museum. Houston or Seattle) ACRES OF PARKS IN METRO AREA: 37. a huge city park. For people tired after a long day of sports. The streets. TripleA baseball’s Portland Beavers. and a sculpture that daily predicts the city’s weather (the Weather Machine in Pioneer Courthouse Square). Baltimore. and at least one major traveling exhibit is usually on display. and boasts one of the world’s only three-door elevators. known as the City of Roses because of its many rose gardens. is an ideal place for active people.000 works of art. Hood or walk the beaches or even surf in the chilly waters of the Pacific Ocean. Powell’s distinctive elevator is just one of the touches that makes Portland special.000 people inside the city limits and 2. Portland offers an array of culinary and cultural activities and fortunately. Portland is home to countless oneof-a-kind java joints where you can sit back with a cup of locally roasted coffee and enjoy a good book. Oregon. public transport in the city is easily accessible. Portland offers more than 25 craft breweries. however. Not only are there sporting activities in which to participate. which feature statues. 1 cycling city in America.THE CITY OF PORTLAND. Many good wineries are also within an hour’s drive of the city. The less cynical. including the 5. insist that the shorter blocks were designed so that more natural light would fall down to the street. 538. the world’s largest independent bookstore. when Henry Weinhard offered to pump free beer through the Skidmore Fountain to celebrate its dedication. The city is also a walker’s paradise.1 million within the metropolitan boundary. Portlanders can go skiing or snowboarding on Mt. Oregonians are known for their passion for outdoor sports. With more than 500.000-acre Forest Park Portland. Oregon rates as one of the most bike-friendly cities in the nation with hundreds of miles of bike paths and dedicated bike lanes on local streets. But if you prefer another type of beverage. 12 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .1 million within the metro area. OREGON FACTS POPULATION: 2. Some historians claim that Portland’s shorter city blocks were planned by greedy developers who wanted to create more corner lots. with miles of trails for hiking and biking. and bus system are user-friendly and all offer free service in the downtown area. houses more than a million volumes. Its permanent collection features more than 32. MAX Light rail trains. Something else Portlanders are extremely proud of is Powell’s City of Books. The people of Portland are no exception and their city provides countless sporting opportunities. 79. Add that to the nation’s smallest dedicated park at 24 inches.000. and the Little League Softball World Series at Alpenrose Dairy.5-mile walking/cycling trail offers a beautiful view of the city’s skyline as well as easy access from four of the Willamette River’s bridges. whose recent renovation added state-of-the-art amenities without sacrificing its elegant 1926 design. the LPGA Safeway Classic at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.5° (July) AVERAGE PRECIPITATION: 37” (less than Atlanta. is a venue for countless concerts and special events and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall is also a favorite location for lectures and concerts. and you have a city of remarkable appeal. also call PGE Park home.180 within the city limits n AREA: 130 square miles Portland. PAM also features an outdoor public sculpture garden.5° (January). The ultra-modern Rose Garden is home to the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers and the Portland Winterhawks hockey team. The Portland Art Museum is the oldest art museum in the Northwest. fountains and half-size city blocks. Concerts can also be heard throughout the year at outdoor venues such as Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Oregon Zoo.” The city’s love of beer stretches back to 1888. The 1. The metro area alone contains 37. prompted Portland’s selection in 1998 as one of America’s best walking towns by Walking Magazine. Portland is a small city with a big city feel and sports enthusiasts can find activities to suit any taste. Orego ELEVATION: 173 feet above sea level LONGITUDE: 40 miles east of the 122nd meridian west LATITUDE: 30 miles north of the 45th parallel north MILES TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN: 78 MILES TO A GLACIER: 65 (Mount Hood) City of Roses AVERAGE TEMPERATURES: 33. but there are also many sports to watch. The A-League Portland Timbers play their soccer games at the Park. Portland is home to a variety of local sports teams including NBA basketball. The city has other nationallyprominent sporting events including the Portland Marathon downtown. including the 5. Sports enthusiasts can also cheer alongside Portland’s enthusiastic fans at PGE Park. including the music of the Oregon Symphony. minor league baseball. which have earned Portland the nickname “Münich on the Willamette. The Portland Streetcar.000-acre Forest Park. OREGON PORTLAND. Portland. The Portland Center for the Performing Arts comprises four theaters and is the fifth-largest venue in the nation. On the lower deck of the bridge is a bicycle/pedestrian crossing that links the downtown side of the Willamette to Portland’s Eastbank Esplanade. and ALeague soccer. which fetched the highest sale prices. One of Portland’s most scenic paths is along the downtown waterfront. an affiliate of the San Diego Padres. Follow the promenade in Tom McCall Waterfront Park to the historic Steel Bridge. Progressive urban policies and bike-friendly paths have earned Portland the honor of twice being named Bicycling magazine’s No.

PORTLAND OREGON The Rose Garden. Inc. pus is located in Beaver The Nike. numerous sporting events and cultu ral activities. ton. from the Portland State just 10 miles The world fam ous Pittock M ansion 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 13 . home of the Portl and Trail Blazers. world cam campus.

photos by Dick Powers 14 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . far left). Water is also what makes the Willamette Valley a lush and fertile region. making it one of the most beautiful places in the country. The rugged Oregon coastline (bottom) is inspiring in its beauty.THE STATE OF OREGON Oregonians love the water. Oregon’s tallest peak. The Willamette River (top) meanders through downtown Portland and the center of the Willamette Valley. one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world is just 40 miles east of downtown Portland. Whether it be rivers. or even falling from the sky . Hood (middle. and located just 78 miles west of Portland. second from left) has become a winter-time favorite on Oregon’s Cascade Range. second from right). far right). Mt. is considered perhaps the finest wind-surfing location in the world. . the ocean. The Columbia River (middle. lakes. Multnomah Falls (middle. the frozen kind. dividing Oregon and Washington. is within a one hour drive of Portland.much of Oregon’s beauty lies in its water. Snowboarding (middle.

Defensive Backs (13-9 overall) South Florida. Burton’s defense allowed five fewer points per game and 26 fewer yards per game than prior to his arrival in 2007. but we expect you for dinner. Prior to his time with Nevada. Daughter. That is something to be proud of. 1999 (BS. and is charged with returning the Vikings to prominence in the Big Sky Conference and nationally at the NCAA I Football Championship Subdivision level. Secondary (39-24 overall. and Clint Didier and June Jones. “He has been a leader in all his endeavors. you don’t have to get on I-5 to see great football. Portland State is a great place to get a worldclass education. Safety. He’s truly a team player and I think he will become a big part of the PSU and Portland communities. It can all happen here in the Rose City. There is such a strong presence of tradition here.6 yards per game). I try to get the team to understand that every time you put on the uniform you are playing for more than just yourself. but he also understands he has to care about the academic side.” Said Portland State President Wim Wiewel: “Nigel is the right man for the job. It will all be right here in the Park Blocks at Portland State University. to 7-6 in 2008 and 8-5 in 2009. Regardless of who you played for or who you coached with. returned to the school for which he was an assistant coach during the 2001 and 2002 seasons. During that time.VIKING COACHING STAFF Nigel Burton was named the new head football coach at Portland State University on December 8. DECEMBER 8. the family is back.” “The opportunity to come back to a university that I loved being a part of before was outstanding. 19th in red zone defense and 26th in passes intercepted. 1976 Family: Wife. Pokey Allen and Mouse Davis. I felt a part of this family for a long time. CA Alma Mater: Washington. Defensive Assistant (7-4 overall) Burton spent the last two seasons with the Wolf Pack. Oregon State was 39-24 and won all four bowl games in which it participated. strong interpersonal skills. The improvement of facilities and campus life is a big part of that. People who left their blood on that field and gave all they had for the university. Burton. Former Viking Head Coach Tim Walsh hired Nigel Burton as his defensive backs coach FROM NIGEL BURTON’S HIRING PRESS CONFERENCE. You do not have to leave Portland to get a world class education. Obviously he knows football inside and out.great recruiting skills. Son. Jace (4).” HEAD COACH NIGEL BURTON THE NIGEL BURTON FILE Hometown: Sacramento. four bowl games) Portland State. 2009. Nevada ranked first in rushing defense in the Western Athletic Conference in each of the last two years. who had been the Defensive Coordinator for the Nevada Wolf Pack the past two seasons. You do not have to leave Portland to play great football. South Florida. Burton spent five seasons at Oregon State as the secondary coach (2003-08). and I can’t tell you how excited I am. 2009 Nigel Burton on recruiting: “We have an absolute responsibility and a commitment to recruiting the state of Oregon. Nevada improved from 6-7 prior to his arrival. or to see a team you can be proud of and support. two bowl games) Oregon State. Nigel brings the whole package .. as well as a winner. In that time.. “I believe the potential is here to return to the dominance that Portland State once had. and an ability to teach. In 2008. “I’m thrilled to have Nigel Burton as our Head Football Coach. Ella Joyce (1) COACHING EXPERIENCE: 2010 2008-09 2003-07 2001-02 2000 EXPERIENCE Portland State.” Nigel Burton on The Family: “My message to all the people who were players and coaches here in the past is. not only are you welcome back. tenth in sacks. In 2009. I understand the effort of all the people that came before me and the expectations that I have to live up to being a coach here. Six of the defensive backs coached by Burton during those years have gone on to NFL careers. Business Administration). and putting a wall around this city. You don’t have to leave to do all those things. while the team was ninth in tackles for loss. his run defense was ranked sixth in the nation (88. University of the Pacific (1995) Date of Birth: July 30. The Beavers ranked among the top three teams in total defense in the Pac-10 each of those five seasons. Heather. Defensive Coordinator (15-10 overall. You are playing for the ghosts of all the people that came before you. a part of a tradition that starts with guys like Chris Crawford. And you do not have to leave Portland to get a great college experience. a focus on student-athlete success. To our supporters I would say. When you sit in that locker room and you look at the faces of Don Read. and Chip Dunn and Terry Charles and Shaun Bodiford.” Nigel Burton on the Portland State Football experience: “The players and coaches here are already a part of something. and in my mind. 2001 (MBA) Playing Experience: Safety. Head Coach Nevada. University of Washington (1996-98). Tim Walsh. to play great football and live in one of the best cities in the country.” said Portland State Director of Athletics Torre Chisholm.” 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 15 .” Burton said. I understand that as a coach. I expect great things from the football program and student-athletes under Nigel’s leadership. He is the 13th head coach in the history of Portland State football.

However. These are the attributes that made him a successful player. assisting with football recruiting and the Life Skills program. Burton played football for the Huskies. He earned a bachelors degree in Business Administration at Washington in 1999. most important. Burton was named as one of the top 10 recruiters in the Pac-10 by Rivals. have a son. And obviously. Can he lead young men? He has been doing it ever since he was a team captain at Washington and a student-athlete representative to the NCAA Management Council. Burton was a team captain. and an MBA from the University of South Florida in 2001. his mentors and (those who have played for him) attribute to him. Burton also has strong plans on student-athlete academic progress and student-athlete development off the football field. Burton began his coaching career as a defensive assistant at the University of South Florida in 2000. More than coaching. Portland State and Oregon State. head coach.” 16 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . As a senior in 1998.VIKING COACHING STAFF in 2001. Burton brings with him a reputation as one of the west coast’s top football recruiters. He moved on to coach and earn an MBA at South Florida the following year. and daughter. Burton and his wife. Other credits include being a consultant for the NCAA Initial Eligibility Consultants’ Group from 1999-2004 and serving as a defensive intern with the Denver Broncos in 2002. Burton was appointed to the Management Council to represent the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (1997-99). These are the attributes that his colleagues. Burton had two first-team All-Conference performers in his two seasons at PSU (Reynard Carrie. Can he recruit? Best recruiter on staff was a common response. Can he teach? Players who he helped put in the NFL tell me he can. Burton served as a Championships Intern with NCAA in 1999. he has always done it everywhere he has been at every level of competition. Other honors include the Black Coaches Association Postgraduate Award (2000) and NIGEL BURTON Portland State Athletics Director Torre Chisholm on researching Nigel Burton’s background: “I asked every question possible. In 2006. He was responsible for cornerbacks as well as the kick and punt return teams. can he win? And the answer is. Ella Joyce (1). because he always finds a way to be successful. He comes from a program at Nevada that has maintained an APR rate over 925 throughout current head coach Chris Ault’s tenure. Burton has spent 10 years in the Pacific Northwest. leading the Huskies to three bowl games. He has shown the ability to get talented student-athletes to play football with his program. He was a three-year starter at safety. While at Washington. I’m confident. 2001. Jace (4). Burton was scheduled to take over as special teams coordinator at Portland State in 2003 before getting a position as secondary coach to Oregon State. He started his career at University of the Pacific in Stockton and was a starter as a freshman before the program was eliminated. Heather. coordinator and now. Can he X and O? I heard he uses the talent available to maximum benefit. the NACDA John McClendon Memorial Minority Scholarship (2000). 2002). BACKGROUND A 1999 graduate of the University of Washington. Burton is a native of Sacramento where he attended Jesuit High School. including Washington. He was a graduate assistant at the University of Florida in 1999.com. Mitchell Fitzhugh. position coach. Burton was a three-time Academic All-Pac-10 and Academic All-District selection as well.

Barnum joins the Viking program with two decades of coaching experience. the running game went for over 1. “He’s from the Vancouver area so he has ties to the community. 20th in scoring and 21st in total offense. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football BRUCE BARNUM Dick Powers 17 . Barnum coached at Idaho State from 1998-2006. Middle Linebacker Date of Birth: April 13. Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Idaho State. averaging 30 points per game in 2001 and 2002. Defensive Line (1999). Familiar with the Big Sky Conference as a 1987 graduate and player at Eastern Washington.second-most in school history . working as an assistant offensive line coach and offensive coordinator for the freshman team. Masters in Education Playing Career: Eastern Washington. Bruce Barnum has spent the past nine seasons as an offensive coordinator at the FCS level. BA in Education and History.” said Burton.and ranked sixth in the nation in passing. In 2003. He was the ISU defensive coordinator in 2000. Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator Cornell. I think that is the one element that needed some retooling in The Pistol (offense). In 2005. He served as offensive line coach and assistant head coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy from 1994-97.” In addition to being offensive coordinator. Barnum was the offensive coordinator at Cornell. Offensive Line (1998) US Coast Guard Academy. He moved on to be offensive line coach at Western Washington in 1989-90. Barnum had many successes with the OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR BRUCE BARNUM THE BRUCE BARNUM FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Vancouver. In 2007. The Bengals were Big Sky Conference co-Champs with Montana in 2002. Offensive Line/Assistant Head Coach American International. including time in the Big Sky Conference. 1991. Barnum also served on the defensive side of the ball at Idaho State. That team won a Freedom Conference Championship. Barnum will work with the Viking quarterback position. running a spread offense with the Big Red program from 2007-09.Bruce Barnum was selected as offensive coordinator for the Portland State football program by new Head Coach Nigel Burton. Barnum’s first experience at Cornell came during the 1991 and 1992 seasons. five members of the Cornell offense earned All-Ivy League honors as the Big Red led the league in passing yards and ranked second in total offense. Assistant Offensive Line/Freshman Offensive Coordinator Western Washington. “Bruce brings a host of experience as a coordinator at the FCS level. Defensive Coordinator (2000). WA Alma Mater: Eastern Washington.third-most in school history. Shawna. Barnum was an offensive line coach and run game coordinator at American International in 1993. He has done a great job in particular developing the passing game in a lot of offenses. Barnum began his career as a high school coach at Columbia River HS in Vancouver and Central Valley HS in Spokane. Offensive Coordinator (2001-06). In 2004. He was part of a staff that won a Big Sky Championship. Most recently. Offensive Line Columbia River HS/Assistant Coach Central Valley HS/Assistant Coach ISU offense. Cornell scored the second-most points for the program in 58 years. 1964 Family: Wife. His recruiting area will be Oregon’s Metroa and Northwest Leagues and central California. In 2008.611 yards . Interestingly. and most recently at Cornell University. sons Brody (11) and Cooper (8) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-09 1998-06 1994-97 1993 1991-92 1989-90 1987-88 1986 Cornell. He has vast recruiting experience in the west from nearly a decade at Idaho State and as a western US recruiter for Cornell. Western Washington. He was the offensive coordinator for the Bengals for six seasons. the Bengals threw for 3.700 yards and 23 touchdowns. the Bengal offense scored 394 points . and worked with the defensive line in 1999 and 2000. 1987. advancing to the NCAA III playoffs.

Year after year he has had one of the best secondaries and defenses in his league.” said Burton. “He tried to recruit me to Cal Poly when he was the defensive coordinator there. MI Alma Mater: Eastern Michigan. He moved on to be the Defensive Coordinator and Secondary Coach at Ithaca College from 1998-2000. Jackson joins the Viking coaching staff after spending the past 10 seasons at Princeton and has coached for more than 20 years. Other credits include NFL internships with the Detroit Lions (1995-96) and the Carolina Panthers (1998).Eric Jackson once recruited Nigel Burton out of high school. Secondary Alma College. He also coached the Nevada Aces in the Spring Professional Football League in 1991. While coaching at Cal Poly. Defensive Coordinator/Special Teams Coordinator/Secondary Idaho. Jackson is a native of Ypsilanti. 1982-84. Jackson was the Secondary Coach at Idaho when they were national semifinalists in 1993. Brooks 2000-09 1998-2000 1997-98 1994-97 1993-94 1991-93 1989-91 1987-89 1984-87 COACHING EXPERIENCE Princeton. Jackson was the Defensive Coordinator and Secondary Coach for the freshman team. Secondary Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Ithaca. a month after Nigel Burton took over as head coach at Portland State. He was also responsible for recruiting in the Oregon and Washington area for Princeton. From 1987-89. defensive back Date of Birth: January 26. MI. Jackson spent 10 seasons in the Ivy League with Princeton football. Freshman Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Cincinnati. coaching linebackers and secondary at the University of Cincinnati. He moved on to the Ivy League for the first time from 1989-91 at Cornell. Davis. as a defensive coordinator and in the secondary. 18 2010 Portland State Vikings Football ERIC JACKSON Eric Jackson was named the Vikings’ new Defensive Coordinator in January. Jackson began his coaching career at Ypsilanti High School in Michigan. . 1987. Jackson served as a graduate assistant. He also served as the Head Track and Field Coach. Jackson took over as Defensive Coordinator. He graduated from Ypsilanti High School in 1982. Secondary Ypsilanti (MI) High School. Defensive Coordinator Cornell. who once recruited Burton out of high school. Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Cornell. He was the Secondary Coach and Special Teams Coordinator for the Tigers’ program. the west coast. I know that because I knew his value system when he recruited me way back when. Jackson. Secondary Cal Poly. Graduate Assistant . DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR ERIC JACKSON THE ERIC JACKSON FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Ypsilanti. He earned a degree in History from Eastern Michigan in 1987. and had the number-one ranked passing defense. “He has done a great job coaching on the east coast.Linebackers. The two of us will work very well together. from 1984-87. His recruiting area will be western Washington. Jackson has been a frequent clinician over the years and participated in the NCAA Expert Coaches Academy in 2009. Secondary/Defensive Line Dick Powers Jackson returned to Cornell for two seasons as the Secondary Coach (1997-98). Jackson was the Defensive Coordinator at Alma College from 1991-93. the Mustangs won the America West Conference (1994). will now be his defensive coordinator and safeties coach. His west coast ties became evident in the mid-1990s when Jackson coached first at the University of Idaho (1993-94). 1964 Family: Son. daughter. “Eric is a guy I have known since high school. rushing defense and total defense from 1994-96 under Jackson. so the transition here should be easy. At Cal Poly. Special Teams Coordinator and Secondary Coach for the Mustangs.” “He is also a guy who cares about kids. Phoenix and Arizona junior colleges.” Most recently. He’s very familiar with our defensive system. then Cal Poly (1994-97). History Playing Experience: Eastern Michigan. We have the same principles.

Quarterbacks and Graduate Assistant Central Missouri State. Quality Control. In addition. Physical Education.Dave Brown joins the Portland State football coaching staff this year as the Vikings Run Game Coordinator. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and master’s degree in Sports Business Administration from Central Missouri. He also recruits the Los Angeles area and Kansas City Junior Colleges. Brown is a native of Kansas City. the Pistol ranked number one in rushing (344. MO Alma Mater: Central Missouri State. that he coached the quarterbacks last season. Running Backs set 14 school records and earned two All-American honors. Brown spent four seasons at the University of Nevada. He worked with Nevada’s “Pistol” offense since its inception at that school. Quarterback Date of Birth: December 25. and playing at Central Missouri State in 2000. Brown will be integral to PSU’s implementation and execution of the “Pistol” offense. In 2009. he’s a great person and really knows how to mentor kids.” In 2008. Far West. working with it from day one at Nevada. Dave Brown has worked with the Pistol Offense for the past four seasons at Nevada. Run Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Nevada. Eastern Oregon. Brown coached the top two runners in school history. Nevada’s Pistol ranked fifth in the nation in total offense (510. “He was so well trusted by (Nevada) Coach (Chris) Ault. While the running backs coach there. Brown will work with Viking wide receivers. MS. Brown was a quarterback in college. Prior to working at Nevada. He brings immense knowledge of the Pistol. They RUN GAME COORDINATOR DAVE BROWN THE DAVE BROWN FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Kansas City. Dick Powers DAVE BROWN 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 19 .2) at the FBS level. number two in total offense (505. Central Missouri State. winning a national championship at Butler Community College in 1999.4) and 12th in scoring (37. “Dave’s expertise is the Pistol. working with the Wolfpack offense. Sports Business Administration Playing Experience: Butler CC. Blue Mountain. a national playoff appearance and a bowl victory. 2003.8). second in rushing (291. 1980 COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010 2006-09 2001-05 Portland State.” said Burton. Central Missouri State went 43-13 during those five seasons.9). earning a conference title. His recruiting areas are Oregon’s Intermountain. Old Oregon and High Desert Leagues. Brown spent five seasons coaching at Central Missouri State. Greater Oregon.6).6) and number six in scoring (38. Better yet.

” said Head Coach Nigel Burton. Kaanapu has also taught at the community college level. who left Portland State to enter private business in July. Zarrugh was a student assistant.” said Burton. having run it at Menlo and Merced and being a frequent visitor at the University of Nevada when I was there. defensive back Date of Birth: December 12. 2007. where he attended Willamette High School. He was a walk-on to the Oregon State program. Kaanapu graduated from Pacific University with a bachelor’s degree in political science. 2004-05. He has also served on the board of directors of the Northwest Intercollegiate Football Officials Association (NIFOA). Nevada. That followed an eightyear stint as Head Coach at NCAA III Menlo College. Zarrugh’s affiliation with Burton began in 2004 as a defensive back at Oregon State. Sports Management. having served as an assistant football coach at West Valley Community College in Saratoga. He really brings a great knowledge to the program as a coach as well as recruiting knowledge. Assistant Coach Menlo College. OR. Head Coach Menlo College. and also Las Vegas. Kaanapu brings strong relationships and recruiting ties to PSU. then graduate assistant for Burton for two years. he will recruit San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. He earned his MBA from Nevada in 2009. SkyEm and Mountain West Leagues. 1984 Name Pronunciation: ah-MED zuh-ROO COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010 2008-09 2008 2007-08 Portland State. Mialani COACHING EXPERIENCE: 2009 2001-08 1998-00 1996-98 Merced JC. OR. helping the team secure the Western Division title and a playoff berth. CA Alma Mater: Pacific (OR) University. Business Management. He was the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator during the 1996 season before being promoted to assistant head coach in 1997. OR Alma Mater: Oregon State. Washington and southern California. Masters. Midwestern.” In addition to coaching. spending his first three seasons as an assistant. Assistant Coach Sabercats in 2000. While playing as an offensive lineman at Pacific University in Forest Grove. Maria. “Ahmed Zarrugh has been my right hand man since he was a student assistant for me 20 and played for me at Oregon State. Ahmed Zarrugh joins the Portland State staff this season as linebackers coach. Zarrugh earned a degree in Business Management from Oregon State in 2007. MBA Playing Experience: Oregon State. Zarrugh was the nickel back coach at Nevada and assisted with coaching linebackers. former Head Coach at Merced Junior College. His recruiting areas were Oregon. Zarrugh is a native of Eugene. Steve Brenner LINEBACKERS COACH AHMED ZARRUGH THE AHMED ZARRUGH FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Eugene. Linebackers Oregon State. joined Portland State just prior to the start of football practice as the Vikings’ running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Kaanapu is a charter member of the Polynesian Coaches Association and was a volunteer for the San Mateo County agency responsible for the prevention of domestic violence. He does all the things that will make him a successful coach for years to come. Having spent 15 years in coaching in California. 2009. “Mark brings a wealth of experience having been a head coach at the Division III and junior college level. “Ahmed is one of those young guys you can’t kick out of the office. He also has extensive experience as a Head Coach. He later earned a master’s in science degree in sports management. He joined Burton as a graduate assistant coach at Nevada in 2008. Graduate Assistant Wide Receivers A long-time co-worker with Nigel Burton. 2008 Playing Experience: offensive lineman. daughter. Kaanapu originally joined the Menlo College football staff in 1996. From 1998 to 2000. California (PA). but his career was cut short by injury. Kaanapu was selected as a Second Team All-American by the College Football News in 1989. Political Science. he coached at the high school level and was an assistant coach with the Arena Football League’s San Jose RUNNING BACKS COACH RECRUITING COORDINATOR MARK KAANAPU THE MARK KAANAPU FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: San Jose. In California. Linebackers Nevada. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football AHMED ZARRUGH Ahmed Zarrugh has played for and coached with Nigel Burton for six years. Zarrugh will recruit Oregon’s Central Valley.Mark Kaanapu. “He has a tremendous amount of knowledge of the Pistol offense. . Kaanapu replaces Kevin Emberton. 1990. which should translate well to the Portland State program.” Kaanapu was the Head Coach at Merced Junior College in 2009. Head Coach San Jose Sabercats (AFL). Graduate Assistant Linebackers Western Washington. Pacific (OR) University Family: Wife. After two years as a player.

Ely also spent three years at San Diego State and two years at Washington State. the latest from 1999 through 2005 as the Defensive Coordinator. and played in the Independence Bowl (1999). winning a national title at Oklahoma. Offensive Line Graduate Assistant Southern University Lab School. the Davis at North Carolina and being at Texas Cotton Bowl (2001) and the Rose Bowl (2002). Recruiting Coordinator/Video Coordinator Western Washington. Ely was linebackers coach. He Management from Texas A&M in 2008. then defensive coordinator at Idaho State in 1997-98. Davis’ group on the offensive line has just two returning starters and 14 freshmen and sophomores currently on the roster. A linebacker at Western Washington from 1985-87.John Ely joined the Portland State coaching staff prior to the start of fall camp after spending the last two years as defensive coordinator at Southern Oregon University.” said Burton. Davis is a 2003 graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he was a starting offensive lineman for Bob Stoops. is extremely bright. He knows how to win and knows how to coach. LA Alma Mater: Oklahoma. Anecia BRAD DAVIS COACHING EXPERIENCE 2009-10 2008 2006-07 2005 2005 2003-04 Dick Powers Portland State. Davis’ recruiting areas are Oregon’s PIL.” Davis came from a similar position at earned a masters in Kinesiology and Sports North Carolina where he worked in 2008. working with Butch 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 21 . offensive lineman. the Cougars went to the Copper Bowl under the leadership of quarterback Drew Bledsoe. 2003 Playing Experience: Oklahoma. He has a degree from WWU in Physical Education. Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line also spent two years as a defensive line graduate assistant at Texas A&M. Defensive Coordinator Idaho State. He Brad Davis won a national championship competed on two Big XII Championship while playing at the University of Oklahoma. “I knew Brad from a 2007 Davis was the team’s Most Valuable Offensive coaching academy at the NCAA. Ely was named Special Teams Most Valuable Player twice. Defensive Line Graduate Assistant Doane College. He served two stints at Western Washington University. Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator Wayne State College. Denise. Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Mountain Ridge (AZ) High School. WWU was 43-29 during that span and conference champions four times. teams. and Los Ange- SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR JOHN ELY THE JOHN ELY FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Anaheim. 1998-2002 Date of Birth: February 17. was retained from the previous staff by first-year Head Coach Nigel Burton. Physical Education Playing Experience: linebacker. Their development will be key as the Vikings employ the new “Pistol” offense in 2010. A&M. the Orange Bowl (2000). He worked with PSU Offensive Coordinator Bruce Barnum while at ISU. Defensive Backs Western Washington. 1980 Family: Wife. Graduate Assistant/Secondary Washington State. ‘87. CA Alma Mater: Western Washington. 1985-87 Date of Birth: July 22. While at WSU. Davis earned a bachelors degree in Social who has a lot of ambition. “Brad Davis comes from a championship lineage. The Vikings also reached the NCAA II Playoffs in 1999. Offensive Line Graduate Assistant Texas A&M. Lola (3) and Ava (1) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2008-09 2006-07 1999-05 1997-98 1994-96 1992-93 1989-91 Southern Oregon. Wide Receivers OFFENSIVE LINE COACH BRAD DAVIS THE BRAD DAVIS FILE 2nd year at Portland State Hometown: Baton Rouge. Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers San Diego State. He is a guy Lineman in 2002. Brad Davis returns for a second season as the offensive line coach at Portland State. Ely is a long-time coach in the Pacific Northwest. Davis. Northwest and Casco Leagues. as well as coaching at Doane College and Wayne State. A well-respected assistant by players and coaches. He has a great pedigree. 1965 Family: Wife. Western Washington. Studies Education from Oklahoma in 2003. Ely’s other stint at Western Washington was 1989-91. les County north to Bakersfield in California. Offensive Line North Carolina.

linebackers and secondary. General Studies Administration Playing Career: Palomar JC. “He has coached defensive line. Legi is a very valuable addition to this staff. Hawai’i and Samoa. CA. Suiaunoa comes to the Vikings after spending the 2009 season as the defensive coordinator at Eastern Oregon. 22 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Mid-Willamette. CA Alma Mater: Nevada. Suiaunoa earned a degree in General Studies Administration in 2002. but also as a coordinator in this system. he was a defensive line coach at Western Washington for four seasons. Lawrence. Linebackers it in past stops at Western Washington and Nevada. Graduate Assistant Palomar JC.” Suiaunoa has eight years of coaching experience following a playing career as a linebacker at the University of Nevada. He has recruited up and Legi Suiaunoa has worked with the same 4-3 defense at three other schools that the Vikings will employ in 2010. A native of Oceanside. 1978 Family: Wife. son. Prior to working at EOU. PacWest and Three-River Leagues. He went on to compete at Nevada from 1998-2001. He’ll be able to offer a unique perspective since he has already coached it and coordinated it. down the west coast from San Diego to Los Angeles to Hawai’i to the state of Washington. Suiaunoa was a graduate assistant at Nevada in 2004 after spending his first two years coaching linebackers at Palomar Junior College. Defensive Coordinator Western Washington. While at Portland State. Val-Co. Suiaunoa’s recruiting areas are Oregon’s Pacific. 1998-2001. Suiaunoa won a junior college national championship in 1997 while playing at Palomar. Rose. He ran the same 4-3 defense that Portland State will employ this coming season. and has also worked with Dick Powers DEFENSIVE LINE COACH LEGI SUIAUNOA THE LEGI SUIAUNOA FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Oceanside. “Legi brings experience as a defensive line coach in this system previously. Defensive Line Nevada. linebacker Date of Birth: November 21.” said Burton. 2002. born February 17 Name Pronunciation: LENG-ee SOW-uh-NO-uh LEGI SUIAUNOA COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010 2009 2005-08 2004 2002-03 Portland State. as well as south Los Angeles. 1997. Nevada.Legi Suiaunoa was named the new defensive line coach at Portland State in February completing new Head Coach Nigel Burton’s staff. Defensive Line Eastern Oregon.

assisting Viking coaches.” Originally from Myrtle Point. 2007-08. who recently retired from professional football. Rebecca Lomprey THE RICHARD SEIGLER FILE 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 23 . Alina (14 months) with long-time partner. He went on to become one of the greatest linebackers in the history of the program. and anything he can do to help Portland State. Philosophy Playing Experience: Portland State.” said Burton. wide receiver Date of Birth: April 3. 2000-03. will assist Legi Suiaunoa with coaching the Vikings’ defensive line. OR. offensive assistant/tight ends Portland State. “He reminds me a lot of (linebackers coach) Ahmed (Zarrugh) when they were the same age. Liberal Studies with Emphasis in Behavioral Science Playing Experience: linebacker.” Burton said. Cooper. San Francisco 49ers (2004). He just eats and sleeps football. rapport with the kids and a great deal of detail and knowledge. I think he is a great story for our kids to emulate in that he was one of the last guys to receive a scholarship at Oregon State his senior year of high school. Oregon State. 2004. a student-athlete for the Vikings in 2007-08. “In addition. He is going to be a young star. Those are the kind of guys you need around to win a championship. then two seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Toronto Argonauts. You can’t kick him out of the office. He works in an administrative role. Pittsburgh Steelers (2005-07). Cooper is a 2009 graduate of Portland State. He has a degree in Philosophy from PSU. 1980 Family: Daughter. The Beaver linebacker played with Pittsburgh and San Francisco in the NFL (200407). He also takes an onfield role in player development. NV Alma Mater: Oregon State. “Our staff had a chance to watch Richard work our camps this summer. graduate assistant Steve Cooper begins his second season at Portland State. Seigler. Seigler was a member of the Steelers’ Super Bowl XL championship team. Now a coach. Steve Cooper was a twoyear letterwinner in the Viking program. 1986 COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010 2009 Portland State. He showed great enthusiasm. “Coop is going to be a great young coach. STEVE COOPER Seigler starred at Oregon State from 2000-03 before moving on to a professional career. as well as winning a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Toronto Argonauts (2008-09) Date of Birth: October 19. took on a graduate assistant role in 2009. This is his first coaching position. OR Alma Mater: Portland State. 2009.Dick Powers OFFENSIVE ASSISTANT/TIGHT ENDS STEVE COOPER THE STEVE COOPER FILE 2nd year at Portland State Hometown: Myrtle Point. Cooper will work with the Viking offensive staff and assist with coaching tight ends. He replaced Casey Clifton who resigned in July.” ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE LINE COACH RICHARD SEIGLER 1st year at Portland State ‘ Hometown: Las Vegas.

graduated from Western Oregon University in 1993 with a degree in physical education and interdisciplinary studies. Masters. He was also the head athletic trainer for the Portland Forest Dragons Arena League football team (1996-98). and three years as an assistant athletic trainer at Lewis and Clark College in Portland (199598). He played collegiately at Coe College in Cedar Rapids. Football Recruiting Coordinator University of British Columbia. Athletic Trainer Lewis and Clark College. coaches’ clinics. Pompei will also assist with other sports in the Vikings’ Athletics Department. He developed and managed all workouts for the teams and also assisted with the football program. summer camps. 1993. Prior to coming to the Park Blocks. He and his wife. Davis joins the Viking program with over 20 years of experience in college athletics. Director of Football Operations Seattle Seahawks. Athletic Trainer Willamette. Associate Athletic Trainer Duane Duey is in his eighth year at Portland State and primarily works with the Vikings football team. Davis will serve as administrative assistant to Coach Burton. Pompei is a native of Tigard and played football for former Portland State assistant coach Frank Geske. DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS RON DAVIS THE RON DAVIS FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Pullman. lettermen relations. graduate assistant Familiar to the area. who joined the PSU staff in July 2002. Masters. and be the program liaison to the NFL. With Portland State. Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Nevada. Kyle (24). preceding spring practice. Josie (9). Kim. 1986 EXPERIENCE 2010 2009 Portland State. Athletic Trainer Oregon and four years of rugby at Oregon State while attending WOU. Duey. Pompei is no stranger to Head Coach Nigel Burton and other staff members from Nevada as he was a Graduate Assistant for the Wolf Pack from Jan. Cody (22). 1995. Defensive Coordinator Washington State. Kinesiology EXPERIENCE 2002-10 1998-02 1996-98 1995-98 Portland State. STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH ANDREW POMPEI THE ANDREW POMPEI FILE 1st year at Portland State Hometown: Tigard. Football Systems Coordinator Washington State. including nine years at Oregon State University as the Director of Football Operations. Kylee (11). 2006 Playing Experience: Coe College Date of Birth: April 3.Andrew Pompei will serve as the strength and conditioning coach for the Portland State football program during the 2010 season. He began his tenure with the Vikings in March 2010. 1958 Family: Sons Ryan (26). Midwestern State. Director of Football Operations Oregon State. Director of Marketing and Promotions Washington State. TEAM ATHLETIC TRAINER DUANE DUEY THE DUANE DUEY FILE 9th year at Portland State Hometown: Myrtle Point. Texas in 1995. 2009 to his hiring at PSU. along with nutrition guidelines for the team. Oregon. Duey spent four years as an assistant athletic trainer at Willamette University in Salem (1998-02). Athletic Trainer Portland Forest Dragons (Arena Football League. Assistant to the Athletic Director Washington State University. and played two years of football at Western Ron Davis was selected as Director of Football Operations for the Portland State football program by new Head Coach Nigel Burton in January of 2010. daughter Kelsey (18) EXPERIENCE 2010 1999-08 1998-99 1996-98 1994-96 1991-94 1989-91 1988-89 1986-88 Portland State. Iowa and was a teammate of current Buffalo Bills running back Freddy Jackson. Social Studies. Assistant Athletic Director Washington State. Duey is a native of Myrtle Point. OR Alma Mater: Western Oregon. high school relations. have four children. There he served as the strength coach for women’s swimming and diving. 1986. Royce (8) and Devan (6). Pompei will coordinate lifting and conditioning routines. 1989. Education Date of Birth: October 26. Football Graduate Assistant Travis Pitts Video Coordinator 24 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . He will also be responsible for team and recruiting travel. WA Alma Mater: Washington State. He went on to obtain his Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls. women’s soccer and men’s and women’s golf. OR Alma Mater: Coe College.

it means re-establishing a running game here. Griffin has rushed 66 times for 220 yards and a touchdown. 210) and redshirts Nick Green (SO. 190).358 career passing yards and 42 touchdowns. Though he has seen limited action as a wideout during his first two seasons at PSU.albeit a temporary new home. This allows the quarterback the vision and time of the shotgun in the passing game. 200). QUARTERBACK Burton will have a large group of quarterbacks in his stable to choose from . Monahan had a solid spring after a redshirt year. “In those terms. Then defensively. playing time appears wide open at the position as the remainder of the returning players have seen little. The Viking sophomore rushed 64 times for 275 yards and a touchdown in a backup role to Bobby McClintock in 2009. 195) and Keitrell Anderson (SO. 180) returns. Another big receiver. more mobile alternative when Hubel was healthy. as does Nevin Lewis (SO. Kavanaugh saw significant action in 2009. 6-2. 5-8. as well as how Burton and Barnum adjust the offense to match the talent. And the offensive line. but missed three games last season with injury. including a new leader to new styles of play on offense and defense. 5-9.including six returners and two freshmen. JRs Connor Kavanaugh (6-0. SR Drew Hubel (65. He will be adapting to the college level. “The biggest thing we have to do is set the identity for the football team.” said Burton. Among that group is Nigel Burton’s first recruiting class of more than 20. Also of interest is the move of JR Cory McCaffrey from wide receiver to running back. Freshmen DeVaunte Bolton and AJ Powell will also have a chance to contribute to the Viking running game right away when they arrive in the fall. He joins the program in fall camp. The other quarterback that Portland State signed is Josh Milhollin of South Medford (OR) High School. The running game will be interesting as three freshmen. and even a new home . Otherwise. “Offensive and defensive line are our biggest challenges. He brings high level experience to the position. The team is young though.2010 PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL SEASON PREVIEW Portland State football will undergo a season of new direction in 2010. and should contend to start. McCaffrey will return to the position that made him one of the all-time great prep running backs in state of Oregon history. WIDE RECEIVER A troop of 12 wide receivers are on the roster for 2010. McCaffrey gained 8. They must be assignment sound and learn to be physical and playmakers on the defensive side of the ball. The basic tenets of the offense have the quarterback standing four yards from center in a shotgun look. His strong spring has him in contention to start again in 2010. The Pistol offense employs two wideouts and a flanker with those three listed at the top of the depth chart in the spring. He will implement the Pistol offense and a 4-3 defense in 2010 as the Vikings plan a bounce-back season from its worst record in 29 years (2-9). Hubel did not participate in spring drills as he recovered from surgery. if any game action. If we can get those three phases in and those three things done. His abilities are more of the drop-back variety. Complementing that offensive scheme will be passing philosophies developed by Offensive Coordinator Bruce Barnum over that past nine seasons at two other FCS schools. It also allows the running back to run downhill as opposed to laterally in most spread offenses. but brings speed and elusiveness to the position. Seven of those are letterwinners as starter Ray Fry (SR. 185). Fry should provide to be a go-to presence again as he was the Vikings’ top receiver in 2009 (67-904-3). They are great kids. Nigel Burton. starting the season finale. Others who have been in the program for a season and could have breakout seasons include SO Justin Monahan (6-2. 180) and SO Kalua Noa (6-1. Kavanaugh does not have an arm to match Hubel’s or Howland’s. 170) . “One of the (freshman) running backs has to play and physically those guys are ready to go. 230) who is an early graduate from high school and part of the 2010 signing class. 190) joined the backfield but could not participate in the spring because of minor back surgery. offensively. He is coming off knee surgery and his health will be a key issue this fall. It will be interesting to see which players adjust best to the new offense. but also a fairly similar offensive system to the one he played in high school. a transfer and a former running back will join returning running back Ben Bowen (5-10. getting back to really detailing the special teams game. 220). Also returning are SR Tygue Howland (6-3. Howland has four starts in his career. SR Nick Hutter (5-11. I will feel pretty good. McCaffrey showed he hasn’t lost a step in the backfield after a solid spring. A classic drop back passer. RUNNING BACK A LOOK AT THE OFFENSE The Pistol offense was created at the University of Nevada in 2005. 6-3. they must take pride in re-establishing the run game. 205) has had 20 starts during his career. and offering an occasional. 180) and Justin Engstrom (6-5. both true sophomores.” For Burton the key to success starts up front. Hubel has 6. has taken over as the new Head Coach at Portland State. The running back stands three yards behind the quarterback. have excellent athleticism and should have big careers ahead. 200) and Hank Taylor (SO. including last season when he missed the year with a torn ACL. creating faster hitting plays.” Washington transfer Willie Griffin (JR. As a Husky the past two years. with only 14 seniors and more than 50 players on the roster either freshmen or sophomores.” said Burton. Bowen also had a 100-yard rushing game against Weber State. Engstrom also saw action late in the 2009 season. Howland successfully petitioned the NCAA for a sixth year of eligibility after missing much of three seasons with injuries. Those guys understand that we cannot win football games without them.460 yards in three seasons at Sisters High School and was a two-time state player of the year at the 4A level. 6-2. “It is just going to be the mental maturity process for them in transitioning to the college game. a former Viking assistant coach and most recently the defensive coordinator at the University Nevada. 185).who shared a starting role in 2009. Also competing in the spring was freshman Chad Dashnaw (6-4. but those numbers were compiled in the RunSR QB Drew Hubel and-Shoot offense. 5-8.” Portland State has 45 returning letterwinners and 14 returning starters from 2009. replacing an injured Hubel. but he has the ability to move around the pocket as well. And finally. Anderson and Lewis (combined 11-146-2). making sure we are assignment sound. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 25 . Only two of those 11 are juniors or seniors. but has battled injuries for years.

Vincent Johnson (6-2. SO LG Manuel Rojas OFFENSIVE LINE Off-season development is the key to the Vikings’ offensive line play. Kyle McMillin (JR. sacks (4) and quarterbacks hurries (6). “How fast Jack comes along will allow us to do some things with our defensive line. 280).” Freshmen may be called upon in 2010. A junior transfer. 205) moves from backup running back to linebacker in 2010. PSU has 19 linemen. 39 tackles). 6-2. Cover 4 Defense that puts 7-9 defenders in the box to stop the run and press receivers outside to disrupt timing with opposing quarterbacks. Beckley had 29 tackles and three sacks as a junior. 350). A transfer from Oregon. wowed the coaches with his athleticism and receiving ability and figures to be a wild card in the Viking program this fall. He will play at defensive end. Rory Richards (SR. 6 tackles). Of the group. Joel Sisler (6-2. That said. Adding intrigue is the addition of four-year PSU basketball letterwinner Julius Thomas (SR.TIGHT END Viking fans will see the tight end position employed once again in the transition to the Pistol offense. His speed and toughness will lend itself well to the middle linebacker role in the 4-3 scheme. 25 tackles). 5-11. 210). 6-5. 205) was a top recruit in 2009. 235. 225) took on that duty and he returns this season. 275). 230) anchors a position that has good depth due to the previous 3-4 defensive scheme. The Run-and-Shoot featured four wideouts and no tight ends. making 13 tackles and two sacks. A LOOK AT THE DEFENSE SAFETY Portland State will run a Base 4-3. while Giandomenico is a right tackle. At the other defensive end should be sophomore Dereck Jester (64. 265). DEFENSIVE LINE Portland State’s defensive line has some experience but will seek to fill out the depth chart as the Vikings move from a 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme a 26 The safety position is a bit of a question mark as the Vikings have just one returning player with much game experience. tackles for loss (10). 6-6. 280). McMillin competed in spring football while Meyrock joins the program in the fall. both with good speed. After those three. Sophomores Manuel Rojas and Kyle Ritt became regular starters at guard by mid-season in 2009. 6-5. Burton recognized the lack of experience on the line and signed two junior college transfers who should compete to start. Kleffner will play center. Manoa Latu (6-1. James Seuma’ala (6-3. is one of Burton’s top recruits and could step into a starting role at strong safety. 280) has turned into a reliable left tackle. JR Nick Kalpin (6-0. only Macarthy is a senior. shifting from a 3-4 to a 4-3. who played one season of freshman football in high school. pressure and speed. 260) battled injury last season but has the ability to be a key member of the line in 2010. 6-5. 6-4. The Vikings have four players who started at least one game in 2009: Jaycob Shoemaker (6-0. 18 tackles) and Kevin Konrath (6-3. NaDerris Ward (SR. Another change has defensive tackle Nick Gale (SO. 310) and sophomore Seth Giandomenico (64. A few of the freshmen will need to get bigger and stronger before getting onto the field. 285) has played in (33) and started more games (22) than any Viking. 265) also joins the mix this fall. he 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . It relies on simplicity. 275) each made a start in 2009 and could be candidates for playing time in 2010. 225) to step in to an active role after playing spring football. Junior Adam Kleffner (6-3. As a result. you recruit them to push to start right away. He moves from end to tackle as the Vikings transition to the 4-3 alignment. 6-3. and signees Major Harris (6-3. Sophomore Nathan Snow (5-11. 240) and Taylor Meyrick (FR.” said Burton. Carl Sommer (JR. though he has spent the majority of his first two seasons as a key special teams player. 6-4. “You don’t recruit JC guys for depth. and all four should see a lot of action this season. Senior Travis Beckley (6-4. and has experience at the Pac-10 level (he played his freshman season at Oregon State). LINEBACKER Junior Ryan Rau (6-1. but Burton expects JC transfer Jack Forbes (6-3. 230. Who is able to step forward in 2010 and contribute remains to be seen. 240) and Brandon Tobias (6-2. starting the last 14 games for PSU. Thomas. Burton had to recruit to build at the position and came in with a pair of talented signees. Justin Lilley (FR. moving over to the offensive side. who played in all 11 games as a freshman. 225) to the mix. In 2009. 230. Dustin Waldron (JR. DJ Macarthy (6-0. the Vikings have little experience but a lot of bodies on the line. 240) who had a strong true freshman season as a backup. Sisler and Macarthy. including gray shirt Josh Ah Toon (6-3. and only one of those is a senior. Rau led the Vikings in tackles (72). Portland State did use a tight end in certain formations. He brings speed and energy off the edge. The line has been bolstered with a handful of talented speed players from the 2010 signing class. including 15 that were in the program last season. 210). 300) and Bruce Seumanutafa (6-5. 205). are likely candidates to start on the outside. A leg injury cost him a few games during midseason. Joey Esposito (6-4. 190) made two starts and had 23 tackles as a true freshman. SR DT Travis Beckley and need more men up front. but a knee injury during fall camp cost him the chance to ever get on the field. that way they are happy and that is the only way we will be happy in that kind of investment. 210.

at Sacramento State (5-6. 16. The Vikings play at UC Davis on Sept. He made two 50+ field goals. beginning at Arizona State on Sept. 195). The eight conference games will alternate home and away for eight consecutive weeks. Shead has 96 tackles. a game-day event garden and other amenities which will have seating capacity at 7. 1-7 in 2009) on Oct. PSU was 4-2 in home games at Hillsboro Stadium. the Vikings have depth. the 2010 Big Sky Conference schedule opens on Oct. Eastern Washington (8-4. 18. PSU football will benefit greatly from PGE Park’s remodel in 2011 but will be temporarily displaced in 2010. Williams had some growing pains as a true freshman. 195) have size for the position and should add depth. The first three games . 5-3) on Oct. at Weber State (7-5. 6-2) on Oct. UC Davis. A MOVE TO HILLSBORO STADIUM FOR 2010 In 2010. PSU will host Idaho State (1-10. 30 and Northern Colorado (3-8. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 27 . and close out the season at Northern Arizona (5-6. 6-4. 240) has handled all snapping duties the past two seasons and should continue to do so in 2010. they shouldn’t need to go past their number one man. The Sun Devils were 4-8 in 2009. 215).NCAA FCS postseason berth. 6-2.825. looking to avenge a 34-31 loss to the Aggies in PGE Park in 2009. 6.5 yards per punt as a freshman in just his second year of competitive football. CORNERBACK The discussion at cornerback begins with two-year starter DeShawn Shead (6-2. Zach Brown (SO. and three of his misses were from 52 yards or longer.is healthy for 2010 and expected to contribute. PSU tied for second in the Big Sky Conference and earned its first . 6-2) on Oct. 20. and in addition to PSU will play Northern Arizona of the Big Sky in 2010. Big Sky Champion Montana (14-1. Thomas Duyndam also returns (SO. nine interceptions and two fumble recoveries in two seasons. 5-9. The result of the move to Hillsboro will be a four-game home schedule for the Vikings with seven road games. An All-Conference selection.all non-conference . 180). 4-4) on Nov. They defeated Big Sky opponent Idaho State to open the season. THE 2010 SCHEDULE SO CB Michael Williams. 4-4) on Nov. 9. including 2-7 in the Pac-10. 170). Portland State will make a one-season move to Hillsboro Stadium. was 6-5 last season. Following a bye week on Sept. The Vikings are on the road at Montana State (7-4. At punter. Brown made a schoolrecord 18 of 25 field goals as a freshman. 190) from Oregon State gives the Vikings the depth they need. Exactly 10 seasons ago. Twins Donte and Michael Almond (both 6-2. 11. The move to Hillsboro is necessitated by impending construction at downtown PGE Park in the fall. including one that played in the Rose Bowl (Oregon). 170) played mainly on specials teams last season. also returns. Brown also had a kickoff average of over 65 yards. but brings experience to the position as well. At kicker. two other FCS playoff teams (Weber State. but has the athletic skills and now the experience to be a top-notch cornerback. The addition of transfer David Ross (JR. and plays on at PGE Park. Long snapper Braedyn Eagle (JR. 25. a member of the Great West Football Conference. 1-7) on Nov. Sophomore Denzel Davis (5-9. Portland State will be adding club seating. PGE Park will receive a facelift in preparation for the arrival of Major League Soccer and the new Portland franchise in 2011. SO K Zach Brown Portland State has played football at Hillsboro Stadium before. 13. He averaged 38. The Vikings’ home field for nearly 45 years. and earned All-Conference honors. and two members of the Pac-10. 2.are on the road. the Vikings played at Hillsboro as Portland Family Entertainment refurbished PGE Park to its current state. 6-0. who comes off the best kicking season in school history. 2 with the Vikings hosting Idaho State at Hillsboro Stadium. Michael Williams (SO. PSU makes the short trip to Eugene to take on the Oregon Ducks on Sept.and only . Eastern Washington). The Vikings also signed a cornerback in freshman Jarron Williams (5-10. Nigel Burton will have his hands full of challenges in 2010 as the Viking schedule includes a date with a team that competed for the NCAA FCS national championship (Montana). Robert Truax has game experience each of the past two seasons and should provide insurance at the kicker position. 23. His strong press coverage will be a key element to Burton’s 4-3 scheme which features a large number of defenders “in the box. Duyndam is the first Australian ever to play for the Vikings. The Vikings and the Sun Devils have never met in football. JR CB DeShawn Shead A LOOK AT SPECIAL TEAMS Portland State returns all the elements to its kicking/punting units from last season. spending eight weeks ranked in the nation’s top 10. 8-0) on Oct. Portland State begins and ends its 11-game regular season schedule in the state of Arizona. The Vikings went 8-4 in 2000. 4. 6-1. However. with its most recent meeting a 55-12 loss in 2006.” The starter on the other side. A new Field Turf surface has been installed for the 2010 season the same surface PSU practices on at Stott Community Field. 165). PSU is 0-3 all-time against Oregon.

CA (North) Carlsbad. CA (Gardena) Merrillville./Butte JC) Portland. CA (Highland) Houston. CA (Dominguez/Oregon State) Agua Dulce. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 35 36 Name Cory McCaffrey Nick Green Michael Almond Zach Todd Raymond Fry David Ross Chad Dashnaw Josh Milhollin Aaron Kincy Connor Kavanaugh Kalua Noa Drew Hubel Tygue Howland Justin Engstrom Manoa Latu Justin Lilley Robert Truax Ricky Cookman Zach Brown DeVaunte Bolton Nathan Snow DeShawn Shead Michael Williams Karrington Jones Donte Almond Willie Griffin Denzel Davis Thomas Duyndam AJ Powell Brian Walters Corey Crowder Nick Kalpin Kevin Takeno Ronnie Simmons Cameron Hein Pos. CA (West Adams Prep) Milpitas. CA (San Pasqual/Palomar JC) Fort Worth. Central Missouri State. ‘07 Offensive Line Brad Davis. OR (West Linn) Clackamas. ‘90 Defensive Line Legi Suiaunoa. ‘03 Offensive Assistant/Tight Ends Steve Cooper. JR SO SR SO SR JR FR FR JR JR SO SR SR JR JR FR JR JR SO FR SO JR SO FR JR JR SO SO FR SR FR JR SR FR JR FR SR FR SO JR SR SO JR FR JR FR FR JR SO JR Exp. WA (Central Catholic/Air Force) Milpitas. OR (Corvallis) Sedro-Woolley. HI (Saint Louis/Mt. OR (Sisters) Ridgefield. WA (Sedro-Woolley) Scappoose. 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-1 5-11 5-7 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 5-8 5-9 6-4 5-8 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-2 Wt. CA (Compton/El Camino JC) Head Coach Nigel Burton./Harper JC) Escondido. OR (Scappoose/Oregon State) Kapahulu. Portland State. RB QB S WR WR CB QB QB DB QB WR QB QB QB FS FS K WR K RB SS CB CB DB S RB CB P WR DE LB LB LB WR CB SS RB S RB LB LB LB LB LB LB DE DE LS OL LB Ht. Oklahoma.2010 PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS FOOTBALL ROSTER No. ‘09 Assistant Defensive Line Richard Seigler. Oregon State. CA (Los Gatos) Salt Lake City. OR (Corvallis/Butte JC) Berkeley. AD For Facilities and Operations Rick McReynolds Equipment Coordinator Brian Weisel Team Athletic Trainer Duane Duey Team Doctors Dr. Mary’s) Redding. Whitney) Gardena. Pacific (OR). David Hayes Team Chaplain Al Egg Media Relations Director Mike Lund SUPPORT STAFF 37 Henry Organ 37 Shaughn Sanford 38 Jarren Horton 39 Ben Bowen 40 Quinn Stewart 41 DJ Macarthy 42 Joel Sisler 43 Kevin Konrath 43 Taylor Martinek 44 Shane Melbo 45 46 48 51 53 28 Vincent Johnson Brandon Tobias Braedyn Eagle Nick Gale Dionte Brooks 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . CA (McClymonds/Washington) Garland. TX (Clear Lake) Palmdale. Oregon State. 180 200 195 190 180 190 230 190 185 180 190 205 220 210 205 205 175 195 180 195 190 195 165 175 195 195 170 215 165 220 205 205 210 175 180 180 200 160 200 220 235 210 230 220 220 265 210 240 280 220 Yr. WA (Eastmont) Compton. SAC) Thousand Oaks. ‘87 Offensive Coordinator/QBs Bruce Barnum. Dr. CA (Christian Brothers) Los Gatos. IL (Brother Rice/Harper JC) Portland. OR (Sheldon) Everett. OR (South Medford) St. Australia (St. WA (Cascade Christian) Visalia. CA (Milpitas/Foothill JC) Oakland. ‘99. UT (Hillcrest/Lewis & Clark) Oregon City. FL (Melbourne/Mendocino CC) Elk Grove. ‘04 VIKING FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF Director of Football Operations Ron Davis Strength Coach Andrew Pompei Video Coordinator Travis Pitts Asst. HI (Kaiser) Corvallis. 2V RS RS SQ 2V TR HS HS JC 2V 1V 3V 3V 1V JC RS 2V 2V 1V HS 1V 2V 1V HS RS TR 1V 1V HS 1V HS 2V 1V HS 1V HS JC HS 1V 2V 1V 1V 1V HS JC HS HS 2V 1V JC Hometown (High School/College) Sisters. CA (Milpitas/Foothill JC) Eugene. ‘87 Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator Mark Kaanapu. OR (Oregon City) Corvallis. FL (Murray St. Eastern Michigan. CA (Westlake) West Linn. Washington. CA (Shasta/Shasta JC) Puyallup. 1st year Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Eric Jackson. OR (Jesuit) Escondido. CA (Narbonne) Medford. ‘02 Linebackers Ahmed Zarrugh. Petersburg. Mark Colville. Nevada. CA (St. CA (Granite Bay) Houston. TX (North Crowley) Torrance. TX (Aldine) Los Angeles. OR (McNary) Roseville. TX (South Garland) Melbourne. CA (Carlsbad) East Wenatchee. IN (Indiana St. Eastern Washington ‘87 Run Game Coordinator/WRs Dave Brown. CA (Mt. ‘03 Special Teams Coordinator John Ely. CA (Charter Oaks) Melbourne. CA (Escondido) Chicago. Western Washington. OR (Clackamas/Boise State) Keizer. WA (Mariner/Idaho) Compton. OR (Lincoln) Kuliou’ou. Bernard’s) Pasadena.

CA (Fullerton) Chandler.kuh-ON-uh-POO Legi Suiaunoa .SAY-oo-muh-AH-lah Bruce Seumanutafa .GO-di-nay Tygue Howland . OR (Marist) Fresno. OR (Central Catholic/NAU) Los Gatos. CA (Los Gatos/San Jose St. AZ (Hamilton) Aloha. OR (Oregon City) Houston. WA (Liberty) Lakewood. 230 210 230 260 310 275 290 260 275 265 290 275 290 240 275 280 275 295 305 305 275 280 200 240 180 185 195 275 170 240 195 240 225 285 260 245 280 280 225 Yr. CA (Tokay) Mission Viejo. SO FR JR FR JR FR SR FR FR FR SO FR SO SO FR Exp. HI (Education Lab/Palomar JC) Waimanalo. CA (Thousand Oaks) Renton. CA (Vintage/Solano JC) Paso Robles. OR (Jesuit) Beaverton./Saddleback JC) West Linn.) Oregon City. OR (Canby/Southern Oregon) Milwaukie. 54 55 56 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 Name Jaycob Shoemaker Major Harris Ryan Rau Dexter Morrison Adam Kleffner John Wall Zach Dias Mitchell Van Dyk Thomas Robertson Mitch Gaulke Manuel Rojas Alex Cosenza Kyle Ritt Dereck Jester Coleton Langdon Pos. CA (Golden Valley/Merced JC) Ft. 1V HS 2V RS 2V RS 1V RS RS RS 1V RS 1V 1V HS Hometown (High School/College) Sacramento. OR (McKay) Folsom. OR (Sprague) Eugene. Lauderdale. TX (Aldine) Merced.TIEG Drew Hubel . OR (Thurston) Wilsonville. OR (West Linn/Whitworth) Culver. OR (Centennial) Portland. CA (Terra Nova/C. WA (Federal Way) Salem.HUE-bull Nick Kalpin .SHED Kevin Takeno . CA (Capistrano V. NJ (Hargrave Military) Kalini.ah-MED zuh-ROO 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 29 . CA (Casa Roble) Salem. HI (Newberg OR) Pacifica. OR (Culver) Oregon City.SENG .kal-PEEN Manoa Latu .GEE-an-doe-men-i-co Andrew Godinet . OR (Aloha) Thousand Oaks. of San Mateo) Dalton Jasso OL Seth Giandomenico OL Antonio Danek OL Jackson Dallas DT Scott Shugert OL OL OL WR TE WR WR WR TE WR TE WR DL TE DE DE DE DT DL DE SO 1V JR 1V SO RS SO SQ JR TR JR JC JR 2V SO TR SR HS SR 1V SO SO FR SO JR SO FR SR SR JR FR JR FR JR SQ 1V HS 1V JC JC HS 3V 3V 1V HS JC GS JC 78 Mike Dorricott 79 Dustin Waldron 80 Martin Bayless 81 Julius Thomas 83 Nick Hutter 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 97 98 99 Justin Monahan Nevin Lewis Taylor Meyrick Keitrell Anderson Kyle McMillin Salas Louidor James Seuma’ala Rory Richards Travis Beckley Carl Sommer Bryant Long Alika Vaiese Josh Ah Toon Jack Forbes 98 27 3 87 86 92 20 39 53 19 18 68 33 75 74 7 29 63 78 30 48 15 99 5 51 66 73 2 28 55 36 38 14 13 83 72 70 45 26 10 34 9 61 43 71 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Josh Ah Toon _______ DL Donte Almond _______S Michael Almond ______S Keitrell Anderson ___ WR Martin Bayless ______ WR Travis Beckley ______ DE DeVaunte Bolton____ RB Ben Bowen ________ RB Dionte Brooks _______LB Zach Brown __________K Ricky Cookman _____ WR Alex Cosenza _______ OL Corey Crowder ______LB Jackson Dallas ______ DT Antonio Danek _____ OL Chad Dashnaw _____ QB Denzel Davis _______ CB Zach Dias __________ OL Mike Dorricott ______ OL Thomas Duyndam ____P Braedyn Eagle _______LS Justin Engstrom ____ QB Jack Forbes ________ DE Raymond Fry _______ WR Nick Gale __________ OL Mitch Gaulke _______ OL Seth Giandomenico _ OL Nick Green _________ QB Willie Griffin________ RB Major Harris ________ DE Cameron Hein ______ CB Ray Horton ________ DB Tygue Howland ____ QB Drew Hubel ________ QB Nick Hutter ________ WR Dalton Jasso _______ OL Dereck Jester ______ DE Vincent Johnson ____ DE Karrington Jones____ DB Connor Kavanaugh __ QB Nick Kalpin _________LB Aaron Kincy ________ DB Adam Kleffner ______ OL Kevin Konrath _______LB Coleton Langdon ___ OL 15 85 16 94 89 41 43 1 88 44 80 8 84 60 12 37 31 56 91 69 65 67 6 37 90 24 54 77 35 42 22 93 40 35 81 46 4 17 97 64 79 62 32 25 Manoa Latu _________FS Nevin Lewis ________ WR Justin Lilley _________FS Bryant Long ________ DE Salas Louidor _______ WR DJ Macarthy ________LB Taylor Martinek ______LB Cory McCaffrey _____ RB Kyle McMillin ________TE Shane Melbo ________LB Taylor Meyrick _______TE Josh Milhollin ______ QB Justin Monahan ____ WR Dexter Morrison ____ DL Kalua Noa _________ WR Henry Organ ________SS AJ Powell __________ WR Ryan Rau ___________LB Rory Richards _______TE Kyle Ritt ___________ OL Thomas Robertson ___TE Manuel Rojas _______ OL David Ross _________ CB Shaughn Sanford ___ RB James Seuma’ala ____ DL DeShawn Shead ____ CB Jaycob Shoemaker ___LB Scott Shugert ______ OL Ronnie Simmons ____ WR Joel Sisler ___________LB Nathan Snow________SS Carl Sommer _______ DE Quinn Stewart _______LB Kevin Takeno ________LB Julius Thomas _______TE Brandon Tobias _____ DE Zach Todd _________ WR Robert Truax _________K Alika Vaiese ________ DT Mitchell Van Dyk ____ OL Dustin Waldron _____ OL John Wall __________ OL Brian Walters _______ DE Michael Williams ____ CB NAME PRONUNCIATIONS Thomas Duyndam . CA (Folsom) Portland.ee James Seuma’ala . OR (West Linn) Fullerton. FL (Coral Springs/Bacone) Federal Way. CA (Lakewood) Canby.LENG-ee SOW-uh-NO-uh Ahmed Zarrugh . 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-9 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 Wt. OR (Southridge) Napa. CA (Paso Robles) Houston.) South Orange. CA (Los Altos/C. TX (Westfield) West Linn.SAY-oo-MAHN-oo-TAH-fah DeShawn Shead .No. of San Mateo) Pleasant Hill. LB DE LB DL OL OL OL OL TE OL OL OL OL DE OL Ht.muh-NO-uh LAW-too Kalua Noa .tuh-KAY-no Alika Vaiese . OR (OCHS/Washington) Los Altos.VIE-essay COACHES Mark Kaanapu . TX (Hightower/Northwestern) Stockton.kuh-LOO-uh NO-uh Matt Segi . OR (Wilsonville/Oregon St.DONE-dum Seth Giandomenico .

SO/CB DeShawn Shead. JR/LB Joel Sisler. SO/P 11 Cameron Hein. JR/QB 11 Kalua Noa. JR/QB 5 Ricky Cookman. JR/C 3 Zach Dias. SO/WR 7 Rory Richards. SR/RB*** 3 Ben Bowen. JR/LS 1 Braedyn Eagle. SO/OL* 11 Adam Kleffner. SR/LB Dereck Jester. SR/LB Nick Kalpin.2010 PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS FOOTBALL DEPTH CHART OFFENSE LT 79 Dustin Waldron 51 Nick Gale 64 Mitchell Van Dyk 6-6 280 JR 2V 6-4 280 SO 1V 6-9 260 FR RS DEFENSE LE 99 Jack Forbes 46 Brandon Tobias 45 Vincent Johnson 70 Derek Jester 97 Alika Valese 98 Josh Ah Toon 92 60 90 95 93 94 32 55 Travis Beckley Dexter Morrison James Seuma’ala Julious Moore Carl Sommer Bryant Long Brian Walters Major Harris Joel Sisler Dionte Brooks Quinn Stewart Kevin Takeno Corey Crowder Ryan Rau Matt Segi Shane Melbo Kevin Konrath Jaycob Shoemaker DJ Macarthy Nick Kalpin Lucas Corder 6-3 225 JR JC 6-2 210 FR HS 6-2 265 FR HS 6-4 240 SO 1V 6-1 275 JR JC 6-3 280 FR GS 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 285 260 240 265 260 270 220 210 210 220 220 210 205 230 220 220 230 230 235 205 215 SR FR FR FR JR FR SR FR SO FR JR SR FR 3V RS HS HS 1V HS 1V HS 1V HS 2V 1V HS THE START CHART OFFENSE No. SR/LB Quinn Stewart. SR/WR 7 Nevin Lewis. JR/RB 5 Ray Fry. SO/K 11 Thomas Duyndam. Name 2009 Career 2009 Career GP GP Starts Starts as of July 31. JR/LB Jaycob Shoemaker. SR/OL 2 Manuel Rojas. SO/LB Ryan Rau. SO/DE Travis Beckley. JR/OL 6 Dustin Waldron. SO/RB 11 Nick Gale. SO/OL 9 Kyle Ritt. JR/LB Anthony Davis. SO/CB Denzel Davis. JR/K 1 Zach Brown. JR/WR 1 Kevin Watts. JR/LB** Kevin Takeno. SR/QB 8 Justin Engstrom. SO/OL 11 Dalton Jasso. JR/OL 11 Nick Hutter. JR/CB Michael Williams. SO/CB Brian Walters. SO/WR 8 Keitrell Anderson. SO/OL 2 Seth Giandomenico. SO/WR 1 Drew Hubel. JR/DE 8 9 11 11 10 3 10 4 7 6 11 10 10 11 1 11 11 8 8 9 22 11 10 3 17 4 7 17 11 10 10 21 1 11 33 8 2 0 11 9 0 0 0 0 2 1 8 1 3 11 0 0 11 0 2 0 22 9 0 0 0 0 2 1 8 1 3 11 0 0 22 0 CB SPECIAL TEAMS No. Name 2009 Career 2009 Career GP GP Starts Starts RB TE 6 David Ross 25 Michael Williams 36 Cameron Hein 15 Manoa Latu 3 Michael Almond 39 Henry Organ 22 Nathan Snow 8 Donte Almond 16 Justin Lilley 24 29 26 9 DeShawn Shead Denzel Davis Karrington Jones Aaron Kincy 6-0 180 JR TR 5-9 165 SO 1V 5-11 180 JR 1V 6-1 205 JR JC 6-2 190 JR RS 5-9 170 FR HS 5-11 190 SO 1V 6-2 195 JR 2V 5-11 205 FR RS 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 195 170 175 185 JR SO FR JR 2V 1V HS JC SS ZWR 85 83 4 86 XWR 5 18 31 35 FL 84 12 89 87 FS 22 23 24 25 29 32 34 35 41 40 42 43 54 56 58 70 92 93 Nathan Snow. SR/WR 11 Connor Kavanaugh. SO/LB Kevin Konrath. JR/LS 11 4 11 11 1 22 0 11 11 0 11 2 11 11 0 22 SPECIAL TEAMS K P LS 19 Zach Brown 17 Robert Truax 6-1 180 SO 1V 5-7 175 JR 2V * played defensive tackle in 2009 ** played fullback in 2008 and 2009 *** played cornerback in 2009 30 Thomas Duyndam 6-4 215 SO 1V 19 Zach Brown 6-1 180 SO 1V 48 Braedyn Eagle 36 Cameron Hein 6-2 240 JR 2V 5-11 180 JR 1V 30 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 2010 17 19 30 36 48 Robert Truax. SR/DE Carl Sommer. SR/LB DJ Macarthy. Name 2009 Career 2009 Career GP GP Starts Starts LG 67 Manuel Rojas 6-2 290 SO 1V 65 Thomas Robertson 6-4 275 FR RS 76 Bruce Seumanutafa 6-5 350 JR JC 61 Adam Kleffner 72 Dalton Jasso 66 Mitch Gaulke 69 68 78 71 Kyle Ritt Alex Cosenza Mike Dorricott Coleton Langdon 6-3 310 JR 2V 6-2 280 SO 1V 6-2 265 FR RS 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 290 275 275 275 SO FR FR FR 1V RS HS HS LT C RT RG RE RT 63 Zach Dias 6-5 290 SR 1V 73 Seth Giandomenico 6-4 275 SO 1V 74 Antonio Danek 6-4 295 SO RS 10 14 13 2 15 7 8 1 39 21 28 20 91 81 88 82 80 Connor Kavanaugh Tygue Howland Drew Hubel Nick Green Justin Engstrom Chad Dashnaw Josh Milhollin Cory McCaffrey Ben Bowen Kevin Watts Willie Griffin DeVaunte Bolton Rory Richards Julius Thomas Kyle McMillin NaDerris Ward Taylor Meyrick Nevin Lewis Nick Hutter Zach Todd Martin Bayless Raymond Fry Ricky Cookman AJ Powell Ronnie Simmons Justin Monahan Kalua Noa Salas Louidor Keitrell Anderson 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-4 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-5 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-9 180 220 205 200 210 230 190 180 200 190 190 195 225 225 240 265 275 195 180 190 180 180 195 165 175 185 205 195 170 JR SR SR SO JR FR FR JR SO SR JR FR SR SR JR JR FR SO SR SO JR SR JR FR FR SO SO SO SO 2V 3V 3V RS 1V HS HS 2V 1V 1V TR HS 3V HS JC TR HS 1V 1V SQ TR 2V 2V HS HS SQ 1V JC 1V QB SLB 42 53 40 35 33 MLB 56 47 44 43 VIK 54 41 34 59 CB 1 5 10 12 13 15 18 21 39 51 61 63 67 69 72 73 79 83 85 87 91 Cory McCaffrey. SO/S Andrew Godinet. SR/TE 11 10 20 13 1 24 5 4 3 11 11 10 2 9 11 2 6 19 7 8 7 33 0 11 2 0 8 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 7 10 0 1 11 0 3 3 0 0 11 2 0 20 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 7 10 0 1 13 0 3 3 1 JR 2V JR JC JR JC JR 1V SO SR JR FR 1V 1V 2V HS DEFENSE No.

.0 0 * 0 0 0... he leads the team in career games played (33).. also a scholar-athlete for two years... long jumped 21’8” and triple jumped 45’6”..... was a starter on two Silicon Valley Bowl Game winners. has two brothers.... @ Idaho State. 1991. 0. would like to go into Education and become a teacher and coach. ranked 10th on the team in total tackles..0 0 * 0 0 0.. had his only sack of the year against Montana State (11/10)... recruited by Houston out of high school.. a high school teammate of another Viking. OR Thurston HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Carolyn and Elgin Almond. and one of 10 true freshmen to start at some point during the season for the Vikings.0 0 0 0 0... has good size and is a good hitter.. made 19 tackles.. had six catches for 101 yards and a touchdown. KEITRELL ANDERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING Year 2009 Year 2009 G-GS 7-3 G 7 Rec. has one brother. caught a 40-yard touchdown pass in the season finale at Idaho State (11/14)... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 27 Lettered in football three times and track twice at Aldine High School in Houston.0 0 * 1 40 40. also blocked a field goal against Southern Oregon (9/12). twin brother of Donte. was league Player of the Year and the Old Spice Red Zone Player of the year.. he was named District MVP in an All-Purpose role. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2007 Played in all 11 games as a backup. plans to major in Business and Accounting. which has improved his play. he is a senior because he took a redshirt year at junior college. 9/5/09 Receiving Yards: 40.. five tackles for loss and three sacks on the season.. will move from end to defensive tackle as the Vikings move to a 4-3 scheme in 2010.. named team defensive MVP.. 87 JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 2009 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Has the speed and ability to be a valuable receiver for the Vikings. made eight tackles and one sack on the season... had a career-high 29 tackles. became a starter in the fourth game of the season.. strong man who has gotten fitter. 1988.... 11/14/09 Long Reception: 40... as a result. 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS @ Oregon State Southern Oregon @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State @ Northern Colorado Northern Arizona UC Davis @ Eastern Washington Montana State @ Idaho State Rec... but then was knocked out for a month with mononucleosis. made a career-high six tackles with a sack against Montana State (11/7)... and one sister. runs the 100 meters in 10.. was named first team All-Santa Clara Valley in both sports. Lettered in track and football two years at Milpitas High School...... Yds... Texas Aldine HS Took over as a full-time starter in 2008 and has started 22 straight games entering his senior season. 1988. born May 3... has the motor needed for his position.. California Milpitas HS • Foothill JC 3 Suffered torn knee ligaments last August in preseason practice and missed the season... TD 2 23 11....0 Start Avg... Started all 11 games at defensive end for the second year in a row.... born May 3.... 11/14/09 TRAVIS BECKLEY Defensive Tackle SR • 3V • 6-4 • 285 Eugene. also returned two punts for nine yards. a wide receiver and returner. 16... Michael and Dedrick. earned the Effort and Habit Award at Foothill. had a season-high three tackles on three occasions. made a season-high three tackles at McNeese State (9/1). Michael Williams.. a starting safety on two Silicon Valley Bowl Game winners. @ Idaho State. also blocked one extra point against Montana.. had two catches for 23 yards in Started all 11 games at defensive end and was named the team’s co-Most Valuable Lineman along with Joe Ma’aseia. Donte and Dedrick..8 LP 0 TD 1 PR 2 LP 40 Yards 9 Avg.VIKING PLAYER PROFILES DONTE ALMOND Safety JR • RS • 6-2 • 195 Milpitas. was named first team All-Santa Clara Valley as a linebacker in 2005 and 2006. has two brothers. was a redshirt in 2006... identical twin brother of Michael. named team defensive MVP... @ Idaho State. played in seven games...5 0 1 11 11. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 31 ... earned Academic All-Big Sky Conference honors. Lettered in track and football two years at Milpitas High School.. CAREER BESTS Receptions: 2. named league linebacker of the year in 2006.... had sacks in three of the last four games of the season.. born July 20. California Milpitas HS • Foothill JC his first collegiate game against Oregon State (9/5). hobby is playing video games.. 11/14/09 Touchdowns: 1. six tackles for loss and three sacks on the season. 92 KEITRELL ANDERSON Wide Receiver SO • 1V • 5-9 • 170 Houston... starting three.0 1 0 0 40 0 0 0 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Competed at Foothill Junior College for two seasons.... Terrance......... a big-play threat every time he touches the ball. hobby is playing video games. A returning redshirt who adds depth in the defensive backfield.5 LP 14 11 0 0 LP 9 PR 0-0 2-9 0 0 PERSONAL INFORMATION RETURNS Son of Carolyn and Elgin Almond. earned experience and playing time as a true freshman.. 6 KOR 0 Yards 101 Avg.. a big.....6 seconds... Yards 0 MICHAEL ALMOND Safety SR • RS • 6-2 • 195 Milpitas..... 4. would like to become a personal trainer. Avg.. PERSONAL INFORMATION PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Son of Phernita Anderson and Kirk West. along with tight end Rory Richards..0 0 DNP-mononucleosis DNP-mononucleosis DNP-mononucleosis DNP-mononucleosis 0 0 0. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2008 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 One of 15 true freshmen to play. also earned All-League honors in track. Competed at Foothill Junior College for two seasons. Tiquisha. @ Oregon State...

8 15 100 6. 39 TRAVIS BECKLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2007 2008 2009 Career 2007 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 G-GS UT-AT 11-0 4-4 11-11 13-6 11-11 13-16 33-22 30-26 TT 8 19 29 56 TFL 1(-4) 5(-27) 6(-16) 12(-47) Sacks 1(-4) 3(-23) 3(-11) 7(-38) FF 0 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 PBU INT 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 One of a handful of players battling for carries in the new Pistol offense.43).. 9/26/09 32 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . music... was a first team All-Combine running back.. has one sister. 1990. vs....5(-1) 0 0 0 0 9/26 Weber State * 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 10/3 Sacramento State * 1-1-2 1(-1) 0 0 0 0 10/10 @ Northern Colorado * 1-0-1 1(-2) 0 0 0 0 10/17 Northern Arizona * 3-0-3 0 0 0 0 0 10/24 UC Davis * 1-3-4 1(-8) 1(-8) 0 1 0 10/31 @ Eastern Washington * 0-2-2 1(-1) 0 0 0 0 11/7 Montana State * 4-2-6 0. 9/19/09 Longest Run: 42. his team reached the 4A State quarterfinals in 2005. Weber State.. earned two starts in the backfield. @ Idaho State.. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK @ McNeese State 2-1-3 0 0 UC Davis 0-0-0 0 0 Sacramento State 0-0-0 0 0 @ San Diego State 0-0-0 0 0 @ Eastern Washington 0-0-0 0 0 Northern Arizona 0-0-0 0 0 @ Idaho State 0-0-0 0 0 Weber State 0-2-2 0 0 @ Montana 1-1-2 0 0 Montana State 1-0-1 1(-4) 1(-4) @ Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 0 FR PBU INT 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 Played in all 11 games at running back and special teams. @ Montana.6 0 0 0.. BEN BOWEN’S CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING Year 2009 Year 2009 Year 2009 Year 2009 G-GS 11-2 G-GS 11-2 G 11 G 11 TC 64 Rec. born August 15. PERSONAL INFORMATION Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT Western Oregon * 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ UC Davis * 2-0-2 1(-12) 1(-12) 0 0 0 @ Washington State * 2-1-3 0 0 0 0 0 @ Sacramento State * 1-1-2 1(-5) 1(-5) 0 0 0 Eastern Washington * 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 @ Northern Arizona * 2-1-3 1(-1) 0 0 0 0 Idaho State * 2-0-2 1(-6) 1(-6) 0 0 0 @ Weber State * 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 Montana * 0-0-0# 0 0 0 0 0 @ Montana State * 2-0-2 1(-3) 0 0 0 0 Northern Colorado * 2-1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Son of Duane and Tammy Bowen. would like to become a fireman.0 LP 0 TD 1 LP 42 RECEIVING RETURNS 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT 9/5 @ Oregon State * 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 0 9/12 Southern Oregon * 0-0-0% 0 0 0 0 0 9/19 @ Montana * 1-2-3 0.1 5 13 2.8 Rec. 3 KOR 6 Plays 73 YG 286 Yards 25 Yards 95 Rush 275 YL 11 Avg.0 8 22 2...6 4 8 2..2 CAREER BESTS Rushing Attempts: 15..0 12 86 7. has one sister. Whitney High School where he played running back..3 LP 14 PR 0 Yards Avg. one of 15 true freshmen to play. BEN BOWEN Running Back SO • 1V • 5-10 • 200 Visalia. 11/14/09 Sacks: 1. 25 NYR 275 TD 0 LP 24 PR 0 YPC 4. was third on the team in rushing with 64 carries for 275 yards and a touchdown.. 9/26/09 Touchdowns: 1.5(-5) 0 0 0 # blocked extra point % blocked field goal CAREER BESTS Tackles: 6.. honorable mention All-State. Erica... linebacker. 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 Start @ Oregon State Southern Oregon * @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State * @ Northern Colorado Northern Arizona UC Davis @ Eastern Washington Montana State @ Idaho State TC Yds. also earned two letters in track and baseball. track and wrestling at Thurston High School. 9/26/09 Rushing Yards: 100.5.. camping and the beach. 1988. very strong and tough for his size. 11/14/09 ALL-PURPOSE KOR Yards YPP YPG 95 395 5. Yds. vs.. 5 8 1.. vs. hobbies include snowboarding.. hobbies are fishing and weightlifting. named first team All-Midwestern League on both the offensive and defensive line.. 0 0.0 8 25 3... Jacob. games. named team MVP. Weber State. competed in the Les Schwab All-Star Game.. named first team All-County in baseball. movies... 8.5..5(-6) 0... vs. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football at Mt..3 Avg.162 yards and 13 touchdowns.. also had three receptions for 25 yards and a touchdown. a two-time first team All-County selection... rushed for 1..... became the first Viking back in nearly two seasons to rush for 100 yards when he had 15 carries for 100 yards against Weber State (9/26).. Ashley. Whitney HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Linda and Monty Hepner and Chris Beckley.. plans to major in Business. Weber State.7 7 13 1. physical fitness...9 TD LP 0 4 0 6 1 6 0 42 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 6 0 0 0 24 Rec.PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football. plans to major in Computer Engineering and Information Systems. @ Idaho State. Montana State. CA Mt.. defensive end and nose guard. ran the fastest 40 for All-Scout combines on the West Coast (4.4 35.....8 0 0 0.5(-6) 0 0 0 11/14 @ Idaho State * 1-3-4 1. and one of 10 true freshmen to start at some point during the season for the Vikings..... born September 24..0 0 0 0. strong safety. his team won the Central Section championship. has shown potential to be a key back and should get the opportunity.5(-5) 1. 11/7/09 Tackles for Loss: 1.. 15.. Avg. gained 86 yards on 12 carries against Idaho State (11/14).. and one brother... caught 46 passes for 549 yards and four touchdown..

..64 field goals made per game. track and soccer at McNary High School. born September 21. had trouble getting on the field at a highly competitive position last season. he also competed in basketball. PERSONAL INFORMATION 68 Born December 3... OR McNary HS RICKY COOKMAN Wide Receiver JR • 2V • 5-11 • 195 Clackamas. was a three-time first team All-League selection. has one brother.... Played in the last three games of the season after transferring in late from Boise State. plans to major in Business.. competed at the state championship meet two years. 14. PERSONAL INFORMATION PUNTING Son of Dawn and Vince Cosenza. majoring in Education.. Earned four letters in football at Clackamas High School....... hobby is fishing. three of his misses were from 52 yards or more. setting a PSU record for field goals in a season (18)... FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 In his first season became perhaps the best kicker in the Big Sky Conference.. A player with the ability to be a key contributor. he was a two-time state champion in club soccer. did not have any receptions. 33.. was a member of the scout team in 2009.5 yards per kickoff. started against Montana (11/8).. had the best field goal kicking season in PSU history. holds multiple receiving records at Clackamas HS. would like to major in Business.. hobbies are working out... also serves as backup punter. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Originally went to Boise State out of high school... has two brothers.. dancing. was twice named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week after the wins over Southern Oregon and Northern Colorado. born August 24... was a perfect 21-21 on extra points and averaged an excellent 65... OR Clackamas HS/Boise State 19 18 2009 Honors 2nd team All-Big Sky Conference Could be the best kicker in the Big Sky Conference entering the season.. 9/19/09) SCHOOL RECORD: Field Goals Made.... with the misses being from 52+ yards. an elite soccer player as well. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE ALEX COSENZA Offensive Lineman FR • RS • 6-3 • 275 Chandler. also lettered in track where he was a three-time All-League performer. but took over as starting kicker right away... CA Los Gatos HS/San Jose State (both receptions @ Montana. RECEIVING JACKSON DALLAS Defensive Tackle SO • SQ • 6-3 • 305 Los Gatos. 1989.... ZACH BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS KICKING Year 2009 Year 2009 Year 2009 G-GS XP/XPA FG/GFA 19-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LK KO-Avg... an all-league selection in football as a senior. earned All-League. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Karl Rusterholtz.0 Avg..... expected to be a legitimate. 11-11 21-21 18-25 3-4 8-9 5-7 2-5 52 53-65.. Josh and Nico.. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 33 .. Lettered in football and track at Los Gatos High School. Nick. 1988. now has two of PSU’s seven 50+ yard field goals.. was a redshirt there in 2007. a redshirt in 2008... led the Big Sky Conference and ranked sixth in the nation with 1. watching TV.. Season: 18 75 Transferred to Portland State after spending one year as a redshirt at San Jose State....5 Long 53 TD 0 TB 0 LP 20 FC 0 I20 0 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football at Hamilton High School where his team won state championships in 2006 and 2008.. a separated shoulder limited him to kicking and punting duties in the second half of the season.. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Competed in one game and did not have any receptions. but traveled with the team as an emergency kicker/punter. already ranks ninth at PSU for career field goals made (18). PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Spent one year at San Jose State as a redshirt..ZACH BROWN Kicker SO • 1V • 6-1 • 180 Keizer. hobby is lifting weights.... 1990... XBox. big-time offensive lineman by the end of his Portland State career.. had a streak of nine straight field goals made and made 14 of his last 16.. moves over to defensive tackle after practicing with the offensive line last year. making a 52-yarder against Southern Oregon (9/12) and a 50-yarder against Northern Colorado (10/10) in the snow... camping.. 1989. majoring in Business Administration.5 G-GS Punts Yards 11-0 4 132 G-GS 11-0 Rec.. took over kicking duties in 2009 and had perhaps the best season of any freshman on the team.. after starting the season strong as a receiver in 2007. named first team All-State as a senior. hobby is music. was expected to be a backup kicker and wide receiver........ One of seven offensive linemen to redshirt in 2009. going to the beach and meeting people. threw the shotput and discus in track..... bowling. AZ Hamilton HS A four-year letterwinner in football.. a high school teammate of Viking fullback Nick Kalpin. also caught two passes at wide receiver against Montana (9/19).... PERSONAL INFORMATION Born September 21.. making 18 of 25. All-Region and All-State honors.. 2 Yards 29 Avg.

. playing games and running track.... 1989. Alyssa and Noelle. CA Vintage HS/Solano JC PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 63 Attended Northern Arizona where he redshirted in 2007... had 44 punts for an average of 38..... Victoria .... and one sister. born March 8. longest punt was 65 yards.. 10 takeaways and rushed for over 600 yards. 4x100 and 4x200. 1990. was named All-Conference and team MVP after his sophomore year.. played mainly on special teams and saw brief action at cornerback.a TAC Cup Under 18 team.ANTONIO DANEK PERSONAL INFORMATION Offensive Lineman SO • RS • 6-4 • 295 Milwaukie... Amanda... camping. born October 2... was named first team 10-5A All-District as a senior... should be a competitor for playing time in 2010. was the Sheridan County Player of the Year as a senior and named team MVP. A walk-on to the program during spring 2009. OR Central Catholic HS/Northern Arizona Son of Brenda Williams. led the state in tackles (110).. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Earned first team All-State honors in football twice at Normative Services Prep in Sheridan...... played mainly Australian Rules Football growing up.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE ANTHONY DAVIS Linebacker JR • 1V • 5-11 • 220 Billings. Hood Conference honors in 2006...5 Long 65 TB 5 FC 14 I20 13 BLK 1 One of 15 true freshmen to see action. Dan. competed for the Calder Cannons from 2005-07 . and two sisters. TX South Garland HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 29 Attended St.... WY. fishing..... MT Normative Services Prep/Glendale CC Competed at Solano Junior College for two seasons.. competed in Australian Rules Football. a four-time letterwinner.. Derrick. hobbies are music. 34 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .. hobbies are traveling and collecting shoes.. Bernard’s College SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Played in one game and did not record a tackle.. did not record a tackle.... hobbies are hanging out with friends... Mario.. missed the 2008 season with a torn labrum. studying mechanical engineering.. Bernard’s College in Essendon... started every game as the Viking punter. has one brother. has one sister.. Australia St... has the size needed up front. was named honorable mention All-District as a junior... played American football for the Bay City Buccaneers in the Victorian Metropolitan League and was named Punter of the Year in 2008.693 Avg. played on an AFL Under 16 National Championship team in 2005 (Victorian Metropolitan NAB). Runs well and has good man coverage skills. Lettered in football for two years at Vintage High School.the equivalent of an American high school.... Victoria..... swimming and track. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered three times in football and track at South Garland High School in the Dallas area. traveling and playing the piano.. majoring in Business Marketing. 1989.. but competed in American football in 2008. also chosen as team defensive MVP. four-time All-League and fourtime All-County selection.. earned the scholar-athlete award. Played at Central Catholic High School where he earned first team All-Mt. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 One of 15 true freshmen to see action.. born April 12.. weightlifting. played in the Wyoming Shrine Bowl All-Star Game. a two-time first team All-League selection in basketball. 1987..... THOMAS DUYNDAM Punter SO • 1V • 6-4 • 215 Melbourne.. Has a chance to step in for significant action in his senior season... or “Gridiron” as it is called in Australia. had offers from Iowa State and Montana State. basketball. born November 25. did not play in 2008.. has one brother... has one brother. DENZEL DAVIS Cornerback SO • 1V • 5-9 • 170 Garland. majoring in Sociology. and had 11 sacks. 38.. sat out the 2009 season at Portland State due to NCAA transfer rules... Nate. Brogan. Offensive Lineman SR • 1V • 6-5 • 290 Napa. 30 Has the potential for great improvement as he is still young in experience but has great punting ability.. competes in the 100 meters. became the first Australian to play in the Viking football program. Played in two games as a backup offensive lineman.... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Tony and Glenyse Duyndam. hobbies are golfing.. had two interceptions in a playoff game as his team won the district title... a highly-rated player from Texas who was heavily recruited. born June 18. PERSONAL INFORMATION JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 Son of Ivan and Liz Danek... undecided major. 74 ZACH DIAS A transfer from Northern Arizona where he redshirted in 2007.. 1988... PERSONAL INFORMATION 58 Son of Dave and Tonia Dias... has one brother.. video games and girls. adds depth to the team at linebacker.... plans to major in Business. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 THOMAS DUYNDAM’S CAREER STATISTICS PUNTING Year 2009 G-GS Punts Yards 11-11 44 1. backpacking.5 yards. forced 14 fair catches and kicked 13 inside the 20-yard line... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Tracy Powers and Michael Davis.

492 YL 29 Yards 303 NYR 42 INT 6 YPC 2... strength and throwing ability.... was a two-time first team All-Cowapa League performer.. Att...... attempted two passes without a completion in brief play.. was also Senior Class President and a member of the National Honor Society. also had a 100-yard game in a win at Northern Colorado (10/10) with eight catches for 101 yards on a snowy day..0. and eventually backup quarterback with the injury to Drew Hubel... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2008 A transfer from Oregon State where he redshirted in 2007.. also had one punt return for TD...6 TD 3 TD 1 LP 40 LP 23 48 RUSHING Should hold down long snapping duties for the third straight year..660 yards and 31 touchdowns.. also returned three kickoffs for 46 yards early in the season.. but ranked fifth in receptions and third in yards for the Vikings. has one sister. majoring in Exercise and Sport Science.. Should be a go-to receiver for the Vikings and one of the key offensive players. hobbies are fishing.. 11/14/09 Touchdowns: 2.. with 99 career receptions and 1. 11/14/09 Rushing Yards: 35... defensive back and kick returner. hobby is lifting weights.. for the season was 30-61 passing for 303 yards.. One of 11 true freshmen to play for the Vikings.416 yards has a chance to move into PSU’s career top 10 in both categories in 2010. made one tackle on special teams.. had 12 TD runs of 50 or more yards. as a senior running back. had 26 returns for 475 yards. missed the final two games of the season with a hip injury.. tied for 25th in the nation in catches and was 19th in receiving yards.. three touchdowns and six interceptions... WA Mariner HS/University of Idaho 5 15 Will compete for playing time and possibly even to start in 2010 depending on the health of Drew Hubel. now a proven talent in the Big Sky Conference... undecided major....... rated in the Top 25 in the country..... Lettered in football.... had a career-high 196 yards on seven catches against Weber State (9/26). Start W/L Com-Att-Int Yds TD LP Rush DNP-CD first six games Northern Arizona 5-7-0 52 1 17 5-10-0 UC Davis 1-4-0 4 0 4 1-(-8)-0 @ Eastern Washington 1-5-2 8 0 8 2-(-1)-0 Montana State 0-3-0 0 0 0 2-6-0 @ Idaho State * L 23-42-4 239 2 40 6-35-1 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football and track at Carlsbad High School. led the Vikings from the start...... CA Carlsbad HS JUSTIN ENGSTROM’S CAREER STATISTICS PASSING Year 2009 Year 2009 G-GS Comp. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 35 .. finished with 32 catches for 512 yards and two touchdowns. earned scholar-athlete honors fomr the National Football Foundation.. basketball and track at Mariner High School... first action of the season was the final series against Northern Arizona (10/17). . a transfer from Oregon State where he walked on in 2007 and made the team.. Kailee.... @ Idaho State.. competed in every game and handled every long snap for the Vikings. led the team with 67 receptions for 904 yards and three touchdowns. going to the beach and camping. ranked fifth in the Big Sky in receptions. has one sister.. he carried 174 times for 1.. 11/14/09 Completions: 23.. did not start.. completed five of seven passes for 52 yards and a seven-yard touchdown to Ray Fry. completed 23 of 42 passes for 239 yards..... a competitive athlete with experience... 1990.. 11/14/09 Son of Scott Eagle and Rhonda Bodenbach. earned All-Area from the Everett Herald and a Seattle Times All-Star. PERSONAL INFORMATION CAREER BESTS Attempts: 42. GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Started every game again as long snapper and handled every snap but one during the season... born August 12....... ended up moving into the third-string role. @ Idaho State. fourth in receiving yards. played in the last five games of the season and started the season finale at Idaho State (11/14).. caught seven passes for 102 yards in the win over Eastern Washington (10/4).. a team captain. selected All-State by the Seattle Times and Associated Press. competes with a crowded field for the right to run a new offense.. @ Idaho State. JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Transferred to Portland State in August adding depth and experience to the roster. @ Idaho State... also rushed 10 times for 37 yards and had five receptions for 58 yards. has handled every long snap but one over the last two seasons.. @ Idaho State. good size. chosen to play in the East-West All-Star game...... had a 31-yard kick return average and two returns for touchdowns. Competed at Idaho in 2006 where he served as the top kickoff returner.. voted Most Notable at the Chris Sailer Long Snap Camp. Bryttney.... @ Idaho State. ranked eighth in receptions for a season at Portland State. also lettered three years in basketball and one year in track. named All-WESCO league at running back. then appeared in three games in 2008 (Hawai’i. made six receptions for 164 yards and a 72-yard touchdown in the win over Idaho State (10/25)... Washington State.. RAY FRY JUSTIN ENGSTROM Quarterback JR • 1V • 6-5 • 210 Scappoose... one of only two offensive players to start every game of the season (LT Dustin Waldron)... two touchdowns and four interceptions.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jeff and Cheryl Engstrom.. was his team’s Special Teams Player of the Year. 5-1 30 61 G-GS 5-1 TC 16 YG 71 Pct.... A three-year letterwinner at Scappoose High School.. 11/14/09 Rushes: 6. OR Scappoose HS/Oregon State Wide Receiver SR • 2V • 5-8 •180 Everett. 1989.. was a two-time team MVP in basketball and two-time first team All-League. Played in nine games as a slot receiver for the Vikings. UCLA)... one of a relatively small group of seniors who will need to lead the team.. led the team in yards per catch at 16....BRAEDYN EAGLE Long Snapper JR • 2V • 6-2 • 240 Carlsbad.. born May 11.. Started all 11 games as a slot receiver in the Run-and-Shoot offense. 11/14/09 Yards: 239. making 10 receptions for 146 yards against Pac-10 Oregon State (9/5).

. would like to major in Business... @ Oregon State Receiving Yards: 196... one of eight offensive linemen who redshirted in 2008. also competed on special teams... Spent one year playing at Southern Oregon... wrestling and track all four years at West Linn High School.. five times Long Reception: 72. 10/25/08 NICK GALE A letterwinner in football. majoring in Business and Economics.. @ Idaho State. WA Eastmont HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Terry and Cheryl Gaulke. earned the start in the season finale at Idaho State (11/14) after Manny Rojas missed with an injury. 36 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .2 Start TD 2 3 5 LP 72 56 72 Avg. OR West Linn HS 66 Appeared he may have a chance to play as a true freshman.. placed third in state as a wrestler in 2007. second team All-Conference as a junior.. has one brother.. All-State wrestler as a heavyweight. born Nov.5.. basketball and business. 146 81 76 196 49 101 42 69 50 26 68 Avg.4 1 13.3 0 12.. a two-time team captain. OR Canby HS/Southern Oregon An up-and-comer for the Vikings. goal is to become a high school teacher and coach.. had eight tackles and a fumble recovery. and one sister.0 0 0. 51 SETH GIANDOMENICO Offensive Lineman JR • 1V • 6-4 • 275 Canby.PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Leslie Fry. 73 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played at guard and is slated as a backup in that role in 2010.. vs. A four year letterwinner in football at Canby High School.5(-8) FF 0 FR 1-0 PBU INT 0 0 RAY FRY’S CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING Year G-GS 2008 9-0 2009 11-11 Career 20-11 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 Rec.5(-8) 0 0 0 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2..3 0 27.. a member of the National Honor Society.. TD 14.. 16.3 1 9. hobby is waterskiing. Holly. 5 60 0 0 0 0 4 49 7 102 3 31 6 164 4 37 3 69 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT @ Oregon State 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 Southern Oregon 0-0-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 @ Montana 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 Weber State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Sacramento State 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 @ Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Northern Arizona 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 UC Davis 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Eastern Washington 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 Montana State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Idaho State 1-1-2 1... has one sister. he won the 6A state championship as a senior. was a state champion in 2008.0 0 12. 1987... 1990. his team reached the 6A state semifinals his senior season...6 0 8.6 0 LP 40 53 31 56 20 23 19 27 21 11 22 MITCH GAULKE Offensive Lineman FR • RS • 6-2 • 265 West Linn.7 0 28.0 0 12....6 0 10. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Played in six games as a backup. 10 3 6 7 4 8 5 5 5 5 9 Yds. has two brothers.. was in on two sacks in the season finale at Idaho State (11/14).. 1990. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE CAREER BESTS Receptions: 10....6 0 27.. also lettered twice in track. born July 5.. three times Sacks: 1.. Cameron.5(-8) 1. named North Central Washington Male Athlete of the Year. earned National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete honors for the state of Oregon.... Offensive Lineman SO • 1V • 6-4 • 280 East Wenatchee..416 Avg.... NICK GALE’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS 11-0 UT-AT 3-5 TT 8 TFL 1. was a Nike Camp MVP on the offensive line. selected to play in the Les Schwab Bowl All-Star game. does have some experience now and a start to his credit. PERSONAL INFORMATION PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Son of Andy and Heidi Gale and Dan and Tracey Yedinak.. walked on for spring football in 2008. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Played in all 11 games as a backup defensive tackle..... Yds. earned AllLeague honors as an offensive and defensive lineman.0 0 5...3 0 14.. born July 16. an honorable mention All-State selection as a center and defensive tackle.0 0 0.. played a lot of snaps every game. strength and quickness.... Lettered in football and wrestling four years at Eastmont High School...5 14. 9/26/09 Touchdowns: 1..3 0 23.... would like to major in Education. he will move to the offensive side in 2010. named All-Conference on the defensive line as a senior. after showing promise on the defensive line.... TD 12.8 1 10. Weber State. chosen to the state of Washington East-West All-Star game. a tough guy expected to compete at the center position..... was a redshirt in 2008.. Kenyatta.0 1 LP KOR 19 1-16 0 2-30 0 0-0 17 0-0 51 0-0 25 0-0 72 0-0 19 0-0 38 0-0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Western Oregon @ UC Davis @ Washington State @ Sacramento State Eastern Washington @ Northern Arizona Idaho State @ Weber State Montana @ Montana State Northern Colorado DNP-hip DNP-hip Rec. 18..0 13... Jake and Luke. has excellent size.. played in the Les Schwab Bowl All Star Game..5(-8) Sacks 1..0 1 12. vs. but he suffered a broken ankle during the second week in practice. 11/14/09 2009 Start 9/5 @ Oregon State * 9/12 Southern Oregon * 9/19 @ Montana * 9/26 Weber State * 10/3 Sacramento State * 10/10 @ Northern Colorado * 10/17 Northern Arizona# * 10/24 UC Davis * 10/31 @ Eastern Washington * 11/7 Montana State * 11/14 @ Idaho State * # also had one rush for five yards Rec. hobbies are extreme sports.2 0 7. Idaho State... first team All-Three Rivers League at those positions as well.. 32 67 99 Yards 512 904 1..

has one brother. mainly in the nickel back role.. WA Central Catholic HS/Air Force Academy Son of Richard and Karen Hein. Played football at Leuzinger High School in Los Angeles.... also lettered in basketball and track and field.... PERSONAL INFORMATION ANDREW GODINET Son of Deanna and Alan Green. has one sister.. Laloni and Diamond.... walked on to the program during spring football. second team All-City. named Old Spice National Redzone Player of the Year for Oregon...... has three sisters. Safety SO • 1V • 5-8 • 170 Waipahu. Lettered in football two times at Corvallis High School. Laura. has one brother. Rachel... Graduated from Central Catholic High School in Portland where he was a first team All-Mt. hobbies are going to the beach and surfing.. maybe as a dentist. majoring in Criminal Justice.. was a team captain as a junior and senior. also earned two letters in track and field. Cole.. 1988.. 2 A redshirt in 2009..... Storm.. majoring in Business.... born April 25. hobbies are watching movies and listening to music. HI Kamehameha HS/University of Hawai’i SEMAJ HARRIS Wide Receiver FR • RS • 5-9 • 165 Los Angeles. February 20.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2....... selected as his team’s offensive MVP three times.... born on June 14.. good speed with the potential to contribute in the future.. and one sister. back in the Tri-Co League (2004. who was a national letter of intent signee with the Vikings in 2008. would like to work in the field of health..... SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Got into one game as a long snapper.. and two sisters... earned three letters in football at Kamehameha High School... 1989.... hobbies are music. was recruited hard by Portland State out of high school. undecided major... was a backup to Braedyn Eagle. transferred to Portland State last year and competed in spring football. he should compete for playing time at a deep position... would like to major in Business Administration and manage a business some day. PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL INFORMATION Born November 11. 82 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Played in nine games... 2005).. 1989. has one brother. son of Kose and Elizabeth Godinet.. majoring in Health Sciences. he did not play in 2007... named second team All-Conference..PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Erin and Tony Giandomenico....... Butte won the state and national championship for junior college football.. his team won the Oregon 5A state title in 2006.. OR Corvallis HS/Butte JC GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 Start UT-AT-TT TFL @ Oregon State DNP-CD Southern Oregon DNP-CD @ Montana 0-0-0 0 Weber State 1-1-2 0 Sacramento State 1-0-1 0 @ Northern Colorado 1-1-2 0 Northern Arizona 0-0-0 0 UC Davis 0-0-0 0 @ Eastern Washington 0-1-1 0 Montana State 1-0-1 0 @ Idaho State 0-1-1 0 FR PBU INT 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 36 Provides depth at long snapper position.... was named first team All-Conference and All-State as a senior.... was the team’s starting long snapper. high school teammate of Viking QB Drew Hubel. would like to be a police officer. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Spent 2008 at Air Force Academy where he competed on the junior varsity team. wakeboarding and working with Special Olympics. ANDREW GODINET’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS 9-0 UT-AT 4-4 TT 8 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 CAMERON HEIN Long Snapper JR • 1V • 5-11 • 180 Corvallis. 1991. Son of Shawnquinta Bradford and Willie Harris. Alaina... earned two letters in basketball. NICK GREEN PERSONAL INFORMATION Quarterback SO • RS • 6-2 • 200 Ridgefield... 1989. second team All-Conference free safety. A redshirt in 2009 after walking on. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A transfer from Hawai’i.. hobbies are snowboarding. Hood Conference quarterback in 2007. arrived late as a transfer from Hawai’i and redshirted in 2008. CA Leuzinger HS 23 An undersized but competitive player. had eight tackles on the season. church and the outdoors.... twice Played one year at Butte (CA) Junior College.. named first team All-Bay League... a two-time All-League quarter- 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 37 .. born August 12. Leah and Sarah. Conner.. has appropriate skills for the Pistol offense.

.. has three sisters..111 1.. redshirted the 2005 season. named Academic All-Big Sky Conference. has two brothers. was the starter in the season opener in both 2007 and 2008... 2006 2-0 1 4 2007 1-1 12 24 2008 7-3 74 150 2009 DNP-knee injury Career 10-4 87 178 Pct.5 NA NA NA TD 0 0 5 5 TD 0 0 0 0 LP 2 24 80 80 LP 10 0 12 12 TD LP Rush 0 0 0 2 1-10 1-(-1) 14 2008 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Returning for a sixth season after getting an NCAA waiver due to injury.250 . .. 10/11/08 Rushing Yards: 10.. has a fair amount of experience..094 passing yards) with an average of 372... replaced Sawyer Smith early in the game at California (9/16).. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Tim and Carla Hubbard.. three touchdowns and one interception. Lettered in football and lacrosse at Sherwood High School. suffering a torn ACL.. @ Sacramento State. was 15-27 for 246 yards and one touchdown in relief against Northern Arizona (10/11).. majoring in Business Administration.. has spent the last three years as a Student Ambassador at Portland State. broke a bone in his right foot in the third period and missed the remainder of the season.239 NYR 9 -21 -62 -74 INT 1 0 5 6 YPC 4... getting the start against 10th-ranked McNeese State in the season opener.023 of PSU’s 4.. 9/9/07 ZACH HUBBARD PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Dan and Sindie Howland. completed one pass for two yards and rushed twice for nine yards in his two appearances.... 1988. but was knocked out himself. CAREER BESTS Attempts: 53.. starting three. had a solid performance in a start at Sacramento State (9/27) completing 27 of 53 for 394 yards.. vs. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Originally attended Western Oregon to play football and was a redshirt.. Att. 38 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . last year. very strong and agile for his size... five touchdowns and five interceptions.. transferred from Western Oregon and redshirted the year due to transfer status. 9/27/08 Yards: 394. has seen three seasons cut short by injury.. completed 12 of 24 passes for 126 yards prior to that.. baseball and video games. a first team All-League and All-State defensive end.. @ Sacramento State.. missed the remainder of the season... RUSHING Year G-GS TC YG 2006 2-0 2 10 2007 1-1 4 0 2008 7-3 30 56 2009 DNP-knee injury Career 10-4 36 66 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS JUNIOR SEASON • 2008 Finally stayed healthy for an entire season and played in seven games.TYGUE HOWLAND Quarterback SR • 3V • 6-3 • 220 Sedro-Woolley WA Sedro-Woolley HS TYGUE HOWLAND’S CAREER STATISTICS PASSING Year G-GS Comp.. 2006 Start W/L Com-Att-Int Yds 9/2 @ New Mexico DNP-CD 9/9 Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 9/16 @ California 1-4-1 2 missed the remainder of the season with a torn ACL 2007 Start W/L Com-Att-Int Yds TD LP Rush 9/1 @ McNeese State * L 12-24-0 126 0 24 4-(-21) missed the remainder of the season with a broken right foot 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 Western Oregon @ UC Davis @ Washington State @ Sacramento State Eastern Washington @ Northern Arizona Idaho State @ Weber State Montana @ Montana State Northern Colorado Start W/L Com-Att-Int * W 9-21-1 DNP-CD 8-22-1 * L 27-53-1 DNP-CD 15-27-0 6-8-1 7-12-1 * L 2-7-0 DNP-CD DNP-CD Yds 152 115 394 246 61 120 23 TD LP Rush 0 47 2(-10) 1 3 1 0 0 0 30 2(-20) 80 9-5 49 11(-22) 25 0-0 38 3(-3) 13 3(-12) SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2007 Battled Brian White in preseason camp for the starting role and earned it. Jacob and Ely.. would like to be a business owner and real estate investor.. @ Sacramento State. Alex and Taylor.... hobbies are basketball.. OR Sherwood HS/Western Oregon 96 A walk-on to the program during spring 2009. played on state championship teams in 2004 and 2005. born February 16. was 74-150 for 1. he went down with a torn ACL during summer workouts just a few weeks before the start of practice...2 yards per game.111 yards... named Skagit Valley Herald Athlete of the Year in 2005..493 . FRESHMAN SEASON • 2006 Earned the backup role at quarterback and played briefly in two games. 1987. 9/27/08 Rushes: 11. unfortunately..... basketball and baseball three times each at Sedro Woolley High School… a second team All-Northwest League quarterback and safety… team’s Most Improved Player as a junior… set single-game passing record with 323 yards in his first start at quarterback… also earned All-League honors in basketball and baseball… his team’s Most Valuable Player in basketball and Offensive Player of the Year in baseball… honor roll for four years and a member of the National Honor Society.... working with foreign students and was co-Coordinator of the program in 2009-10.. that should be the case again in 2010.489 YL 1 21 118 140 Yards 2 126 1. Northern Colorado. was expected to be in a heated competition for playing time. combined with Drew Hubel to produce the nation’s top passing offense for the second year in a row (they combined for 4. Ashton. Defensive End SR • RS • 6-5 • 245 Sherwood. but remarkably has appeared in only 10 games with four starts in the previous five years.. @ Sacramento State. 9/27/08 Completions: 27.500 . PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football twice.. 2007 (foot) and 2009 (knee)... majoring in Business. born January 13. @ Northern Arizona.... 9/27/08 Touchdowns: 3.. 2006 (knee).

started the next two weeks as well.. he was 123-217 for 1. 4) 2007 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference/National Player of the Week (Oct... earned the team’s Mike Schrunk Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. completed 35 of 56 passes for 485 yards.. was 31 of 50 for 370 yards against Sacramento State (10/3). PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Led his 2006 Corvallis High School team to the Oregon 5A State Championship.. Big Sky and national records for touchdowns in a game (9)... three TDs and an interception in a loss to UC Davis (9/13). 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions..300 yards and 28 touchdowns.a career-high. has two of the top six passing games... in a win over Northern Colorado (11/22). earned Academic All-Big Sky Conference honors...732 yards. was 28-36 for 343 yards..976 yards with nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions.... starting the last four the season. 27) Has already put himself on the list of PSU all-time leading passers with just 20 career starts.. completed 29-51 for 337 yards. RUSHING Year G-GS 2007 6-4 2008 10-8 2009 8-8 Career 24-20 2007 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 TC 13 28 21 62 YG 12 13 12 37 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2008 Started eight of the 10 games he played in. nine of which are starts. completed 14 of 23 passes for 370 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Southern Oregon (9/12). who also attended Corvallis High School. trap shooting. loves playing at home where his stats are dramatic: in 11 games.567 . hobbies are camping. 370.. and three of the top nine in school history.in the highest-scoring. 15 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.. 353.358). 4. 22) National Player of the Week (Oct. very simply may have had the best starting debut by a freshman quarterback in college football history. threw for 325 yards at Montana (9/19). 360.912 yards. combined with Tygue Howland to produce the nation’s top passing offense for the second year in a row (they combined for 4. OR Corvallis HS 13 2009 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference CoSIDA Academic All-District 2008 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Player of the Week (Oct.. 2007 6-4 123 217 2008 10-8 226 393 2009 8-8 133 239 Career 24-20 482 849 Pct..... fishing.... also lettered in baseball. had five 300-yard games and two 400-yard games. 2010 to Jacquelyn Graves. named Most Valuable Freshman on offense by his teammates.. also named Academic All-Big Sky Conference for a third straight year..2 yards per game.. completing 29-52 for 404 yards.. part of a PSU offense that led the nation in passing (3... ranks third at PSU in 300-yard games (11). 30 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. five touchdowns and no interceptions.. Start W/L Com-Att-Int Yds * L 20-37-0 252 * W 14-23-2 370 * L 25-51-3 325 * L 17-26-0 353 * L 31-50-2 370 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 39 .. named ESPN Academic All-District 8. also plays guitar duets will fellow quarterback Connor Kavanaugh. had four 300-yard games in a row early in the season .. competed in the 2007 Les Schwab Bowl. DREW HUBEL’S CAREER STATISTICS PASSING Year G-GS Comp...........568 YL 62 137 84 283 Yards 1. was the team’s Offensive Captain.976 6. for the second year in a row was given the Mike Schrunk Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award by his team.... and second in 400-yard games (4).094 passing yards) with an average of 372.9 yards per game). his 228 completions ranks eighth for a season in PSU history named Academic All-Big Sky Conference. 484.358 NYR -50 -124 -72 -246 INT 11 15 12 38 YPC NA NA NA NA TD 15 18 9 42 TD 0 0 0 0 Yds LP 73 76 96 96 LP 8 9 7 9 TD LP Rush JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 Started all eight games he played in before knee and shoulder injuries knocked him out for the year..... holds the school record for passing yards in a game (623). born July 19... 1988. the first time came on his marquee performance of the season in a win over 11th-ranked Eastern Washington.. for the season... movies and golf. he was forced into play due to injuries.. proved to be ready as he tied a national touchdown record in his debut as a starter. other big games: was 28-40 for 305 yards in relief in a win over Western Oregon (8/30). started the next week at fourthranked Montana (11/3) and proved his debut was no fluke.. has one brother....... amazingly. causing some throwing ineffectiveness.... passing for nearly 3... also named Sports Network National Player of the Week after that game...... a national-record tying nine touchdowns and no interceptions in his first start against Weber State (10/27). 343 and 305 yards.470 2. was 22-9 as a starting quarterback. ranks fifth in all-time passing yards (6. despite suffering from a dislocated thumb on his throwing hand. Nick. .. 370. snow boarding.. sixth in touchdowns (42) and completions (482)... 73-68 .970 yards..... completed 17 of 26 passes for 353 yards and two touchdowns against Weber State (9/26). won Big Sky Player of the Week honors in three of his first five career starts at home... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Bill and Sally Hubel. was 27-46 for 474 yards. regulation Division I football game in history..DREW HUBEL Quarterback SR • 3V • 6-5 • 205 Corvallis.. he has completed 259-429 passes (... named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week.575 . and national Player of the Week by The Sports Network and College Sporting News... three touchdowns and two INTs in a win over Idaho State (10/25).. Nov. completing 44 of 73 passes for 623 yards. had a shoulder dislocation in the first period of the game with Montana State (11/7) ending his season. one touchdown and two interceptions. that forced him to miss the next two games and seriously affected his playing ability in a third.023 of PSU’s 4...000 yards... twice named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week. was honorable mention All-Conference as a junior. still passed for 1.. was married on June 19. played in six games. completed 226 of 393 passes for 2.. completions in a game (44)... video games.556 .... 474.. also earning player of the week..470 yards. as well as games of nine and five touchdowns. the Vikings lost the game.. has games of 623.. Start W/L Com-Att-Int @ McNeese State DNP-CD UC Davis DNP-CD Sacramento State DNP-CD @ San Diego State 6-8-0 @ Eastern Washington DNP-CD Northern Arizona DNP-CD @ Idaho State 7-9-0 Weber State * L 35-56-0 @ Montana * L 29-52-2 Montana State * L 25-54-5 @ Northern Colorado * W 21-38-4 Western Oregon @ UC Davis @ Washington State @ Sacramento State Eastern Washington @ Northern Arizona Idaho State @ Weber State Montana @ Montana State Northern Colorado @ Oregon State Southern Oregon @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State Start W/L Com-Att-Int 28-40-1 * L 29-51-1 * L 12-27-1 DNP-CD * W 44-73-0 * L 7-22-2 * W 27-46-2 * L 17-35-2 9-21-3 * L 25-42-3 * W 28-36-0 37 74 485 404 222 248 Yds 305 337 123 623 111 474 208 172 216 343 0 1 9 1 2 2 TD 0 3 0 5 0 3 1 1 2 3 TD 0 4 1 2 1 11 1-(-7) 16 36 73 40 24 LP 26 28 31 0-0 2-(-1) 4-(-7) 5-(-30) 1-(-5) Rush 1(-2) 3(-25) 2(-9) 76 4(-25) 48 2(-12) 72 3(-9) 22 1(-9) 47 1(-1) 26 6(-23) 45 5(-9) LP 40 96 48 83 44 Rush 2-7 3-(-6) 1-1 2-(-11) 5-(-24) FRESHMAN SEASON • 2007 Originally expected to redshirt in 2007. Att. threw for over 2.604) for 3. for the season. three touchdowns and no interceptions... majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice. and PSU. suffered a left knee cap subluxation in the final series of a win at Northern Colorado (10/10).912 1..

Weber State.. had 43 receptions for 717 yards and eight touchdowns last season. DERECK JESTER’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 11-0 5-8 TT 13 TFL 3(-23) Sacks 2(-21) FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 CAREER BESTS Receptions: 4. born June 10. would like to major in Business and Sports Marketing.0 0. 5 Yards 45 Start Avg.. 9. 10/4/08* Yards: 623. was a redshirt in 2008.. named first team All-Moore League as a junior and senior.. had 69 tackles.. PERSONAL INFORMATION 83 Will vie for more playing time in 2010... Montana State. was a two-time All-Conference selection in football. had 18 catches for 190 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman. 11/14/09 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 @ Oregon State Southern Oregon @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State @ Northern Colorado Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK 1-1-2 1(-9) 1(-9) 0-0-0 0 0 0-2-2 0 0 1-1-2 0 0 0-1-1 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 FR PBU INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 10/27/07# Interceptions: 5.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE NICK HUTTER Wide Receiver SR • 1V • 5-11 • 180 Mission Viejo.... 10/4/08* Touchdowns: 9.. @ Montana State.0 0........ 9/5/09 * Portland State record # Portland State and Big Sky Conference record.. has good hands as a possession receiver. Eastern Washington..com All-Northern CIF team.... Tom and Kyle.. CA Lakewood HS CAREER BESTS Attempts: 73.. caught five passes for 45 yards on the season. has two brothers. @ Oregon State..0 0 0.... and a sack against Northern Arizona (10/17).. two for losses. All-CIF Southern Section second team two years in a row. team captain as a senior.. also played competitive amateur paintball for two years.. had a four-reception game in the season finale at Idaho State (11/14)..0 TD 0 LP 14 Avg. hobby is muscle car restoration.. he competed in all 11 games..10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 @ Northern Colorado * W 18-25-2 Northern Arizona DNP-knee injury UC Davis DNP-knee injury @ Eastern Washington * L 7-23-3 Montana State * L 1-4-0 @ Idaho State DNP-shoulder injury 193 98 15 1 0 0 22 5-(-24) 35 2-(-13) 15 1-(-2) DALTON JASSO Offensive Lineman SO • 1V • 6-2 • 280 Lakewood... three tackles for loss and two sacks.3 0 0 0 0 0 LP 4 0 0 0 0 0 14 Had a solid season as a backup defensive end... should continue to get better as he gets stronger. competing in spring football after transferring from Saddleback Junior College. born April 13.. born September 28. was named first team All-Conference as a wide receiver. Duston and Drake. vs. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football twice at Saddleback Junior College. 1988. gaining 41 yards. twice named the outstanding lineman of the year on his team.. had a sack against Oregon State (9/5) in his first collegiate game. one of 15 true freshmen to play... was a first team All-Marmonte League selected and named first team All-Ventura County. 11 sacks and 13 quarterback pressures as a senior. hobbies are being with friends. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Clay Hutter and Monica Field. vs. 11/14/09 Receiving Yards: 41.. vs. his team reached the CIF Southern Section playoffs three straight years. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 @ Oregon State Southern Oregon @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State @ Northern Colorado Northern Arizona UC Davis @ Eastern Washington Montana State @ Idaho State Rec. also named to the scout. LA Times Top 25 Offensive Lineman for southern California.. made three tackles. vs. @ Idaho State....... CA Capistrano Valley HS/Saddleback JC A three-year letterwinner in football at Lakewood High School. has one sister.....0 0 0. @ Idaho State. and the outdoors.. Eastern Washington.... TD 4.. 1 4 0 0 DNP-CD DNP-CD 0 0 0 0 DNP-CD DNP-CD 0 0 0 0 4 41 Lettered in football three years at Thousand Oaks High School. majoring in Economics.. named his team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year for two seasons.. @ Idaho State.0 10..0 0. 10 tackles for loss. ties NCAA record 72 Will compete for playing time at center in 2010.. family and teammates. Eastern Washington. had 13 tackles on the season. selected his team’s Offensive Rookie of the Year as a sophomore. 11/14/09 Touchdowns: 0 Long Reception: 14. a strong candidate to start at defensive end this season. CA Thousand Oaks HS Saw action in seven games as a backup wide receiver. 1990.. 10/4/08 Completions: 44. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Kevin and Aurea Jester. came to PSU in spring 2009. NICK HUTTER’S CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING Year 2009 G-GS 7-0 Rec... FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Competed in two games as a backup offensive lineman.. 70 An outstanding athlete who may be the most agile lineman on the team. Yds. Son of David and Shonda Jasso.. vs. Erica.. has two brothers.. JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 DERECK JESTER Defensive End SO • 1V • 6-4 • 240 Thousand Oaks.. 11/15/08 Rushing Yards: 7.. also competes in track and can throw the shotput 56 feet. Lettered in football three times and basketball twice at Capistrano Valley High School. 1989... 11/10/07 Rushes: 6.

. playing in two games.. team Offensive MVP as a junior and high school Athlete of the Year.. named Most Valuable Special Teams Player by his teammates. as a junior was also first-team All-State and State Offensive Player of the Year... total ranks 10th on the all-time state list for yardage.0 0.. named Most Athletic by Los Gatos HS.... also had five carries for 16 yards on the season as a backup running back. also lettered twice in wrestling. threw for 6. 3. was a redshirt in 2007 when he was named Offensive Scout Team MVP by his teammates. Washington State.... also rushed for 965 yards and 13 touchdowns in three seasons..821 yards and 72 touchdowns in his high school career. 9/20/08 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 Start TC Yds. played in nine games at quarterback and was pressed into starting duty twice when Hubel was injured.0 0. Yds... led the state in passing yards and touchdown passes as both a junior and a senior..283 yards and 34 touchdowns.. OR Lincoln HS One of 11 true freshmen to see playing time in 2008. Northern Arizona... had one tackle on special teams... SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Continued in his vital role as a special teams player.. TD Rec.0 0. Took on a role as backup quarterback and proved to be a nice change of pace to Drew Hubel with his running ability.... Avg..0 3. completed 47 of 83 passes for 444 yards.... named the Player of the Year in his league by the Mercury News. made five tackles on special teams.... has earned the experience necessary.. fishing and hunting... TD LP one rush for 18 yards vs... was the leading rusher in the Central California Section and ranked fifth in California with 2. completed one pass for eight yards and ran once for eight yards in the game at Weber State (11/1). CAREER BESTS Rushing Attempts: 4. sailing.. an excellent leader and team player. two touchdowns and five interceptions. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 10 A three-year letterwinner in football at Los Gatos High School. as a sophomore was first team All-League. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Named Oregon 6A first-team All-State as a senior after throwing for 3..JESTER’S STATISTICS CONTINUED 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 Northern Arizona UC Davis @ Eastern Washington Montana State @ Idaho State 2-1-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2(-14) 1(-12) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NICK KALPIN’S CAREER STATISTICS RUSHING Year G-GS 2008 7-0 2009 10-0 Career 17-0 TC 1 5 6 YG 18 16 34 YL 0 0 0 NYR 18 16 34 YPC 18... SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jim and Adrienne Kalpin. now needs to continue to develop passing game as he competes for more playing time. San Jose Mercury News Player of the Year..0 TD LP 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NICK KALPIN Linebacker JR • 2V • 6-0 • 205 Los Gatos. Showed a great ability to run with the ball and be elusive at the quarterback position.. Southern Oregon. born November 11.... was also first-team All-Conference and League Offensive Player of the Year.com Northern California Player of the Year....7 TD 0 0 0 LP 18 5 18 Rec. 9/20/08 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 CONNOR KAVANAUGH Quarterback JR • 2V • 6-0 • 180 Portland. Southern Oregon.. best passing game was a 12 of 18 effort for 131 yards and two touchdowns in a start against UC Davis (10/24).. vs. 9/12/09 Rushing Yards: 13.553 yards and 41 touchdowns.the eighth-highest single-season total in Oregon history. will be interesting to see how he can be utilized in the Pistol offense.....com. rushed for more than 400 yards and accounted for 44 touchdowns in 2005.. 10/17/09 Tackles for loss: 2.. also was the holder for place kicking and field goals. rushed 72 times for 390 yards and three touchdowns to rank second on the team.. Washington State. was fourth on the depth chart among quarterbacks..2 5... 1989. National Football Foundation Oregon Chapter finalist 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 41 ..0 3. hobbies are aviation.3 0.416 yards .. vs... rated 99th in the national at inside linebacker by ESPN.. was the Gatorade Oregon Player of the Year...0 0..0 0.. CA Los Gatos HS 34 2009 Honors Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference Has proven to be a versatile player who is one of the most valuable special teams players on the squad. served as a backup fullback and special teams blocker. Scout..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 3.. a finalist for the Oregon Prep Athlete of the Year Award (Johnny Carpenter Award).. played fullback his first two seasons... but will move over to linebacker in 2010. Cal-Hi Sports.. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Saw limited action in his freshman season. San Francisco Chronicle Peninsula Player of the Year. was 21-3 as a starter those two seasons. earned Athlete of the Week honors from a variety of news outlets during the season. was a league champion and section qualifier.. 10/17/09 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2008 Start TC Yds.. passing for 3. @ Oregon State 1 3 Southern Oregon 4 13 @ Montana 0 0 Weber State 0 0 Sacramento State 0 0 @ Northern Colorado 0 0 Northern Arizona 0 0 UC Davis 0 0 @ Eastern Washington 0 0 Montana State 0 0 @ Idaho State DNP-injured Avg.. played in seven games before a late-season knee injury knocked him out. earned honorable menton All-Big Sky Conference on special teams.. vs. showed some burst with an 18-yard run at Washington State (9/18). led his team to the state championship game. named league Junior of the Year. vs.... vs..... 9/12/09 Touchdowns: 0 Longest Run: 18. Yds....0 0...0 0.. rushed for 50 or more yards five times... Northern Arizona. was also first-team All-Conference and League Offensive Player of the Year..

lifting weights.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of John and Kelly Konrath. hobby is traveling.. CONNOR KAVANAUGH’S CAREER STATISTICS PASSING Year G-GS Comp.. Was a first-team All-Metro and All-State offensive lineman for the state champion Jesuit Crusaders in 2006.... Taylor.. miniature golf.. earning the start against Eastern Washington (10/31).... hobbies are history. is a self-taught guitar and ukelele player with a number of songs available on YouTube.. 11/7/09 Rushing Yards: 67. he has also lettered in track as a shotputter.. a junior college teammate of fellow Viking linebacker DJ Macarthy.. 10/17/09 Rushes: 20..571 YL 0 87 87 Yards 8 444 452 NYR 8 390 398 INT 0 5 5 YPC 8.. has one brother. 10/24/09 Touchdowns: 2. his team won two city championships. had 42 tackles. duets on guitar with fellow quarterback Drew Hubel. was a starter at guard against Montana (9/19). 1988. UC Davis. KEVIN KONRATH’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 10-1 5-1 TT 6 TFL 1(-3) Sacks 0 FF 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 ADAM KLEFFNER Center JR • 2V • 6-3 • 310 Portland.for Scholar-Athlete of the Year.0 5.... will compete for playing time at middle linebacker. Jacob. Kaitlin and Kimberly.. and two sisters. OR Jesuit HS Start UT-AT-TT TFL @ Oregon State 0-1-1 0 Southern Oregon 0-0-0 0 @ Montana 2-0-2 0 Weber State 0-0-0 0 Sacramento State 0-0-0 0 @ Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 Northern Arizona 0-0-0 0 UC Davis 2-0-2 1(-3) @ Eastern Washington * 1-0-1 0 Montana State 0-0-0 0 @ Idaho State DNP-injured FR PBU INT 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 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2.... vs.. Harper JC was the Region IV Champion and Division III National Champion...5 TD 0 2 2 TD 0 3 3 LP 8 45 45 LP 8 36 36 TD LP Rush 0 0 8 0 1-8 0-0 KEVIN KONRATH Linebacker JR • 1V • 6-3 • 230 Chicago. 1. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Dan and Jenifer Kavanaugh... majoring in Criminal Justice.. missed the season finale with a broken bone in his hand.. 2008 2-0 1 1 2009 11-2 47 83 Career 13-2 48 84 Pct. 10/24/09 Interceptions: 3.. 9/19/09... was the MVP of 2007 Les Schwab Bowl. movies.. vs. selected as team MVP. Montana State. has the experience and development as a collegian.. has two brothers. swimming. made six tackles and one tackle for loss on the season.. a redshirt in 2007... UC Davis.. Northern Arizona. 10/24/09 Yards: 131. Played in seven games as a backup lineman and on special teams.. UC Davis. Luke and John. was a redshirt at Hawai’i in 2007 before transferring to Harper JC.. Att. Montana State. born July 23. Christina. 1988.000 .. recreational basketball and hanging out with friends.. plays guitar right-handed despite being a lefty.. and one sister... a three-year starter at center. UC Davis. 10/24/09 61 Should be a favorite to earn a starting role at center in 2010.. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Played in three games as a backup. IL Brother Rice HS/Harper JC RUSHING Year G-GS 2008 2-0 2009 11-2 Career 13-2 2008 TC 1 72 73 YG 8 477 485 43 With two years yet to play.. now he needs to put it in action. 1988. golf. born September 28.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 2009 Start W/L Com-Att-Int 9/5 @ Oregon State 2-4-0 9/12 Southern Oregon 1-3-0 9/19 @ Montana 0-0-0 9/26 Weber State 0-0-0 10/3 Sacramento State DNP@QB 10/10 @ Northern Colorado 5-6-1 10/17 Northern Arizona * L 11-24-3 10/24 UC Davis * L 12-18-0 10/31 @ Eastern Washington 7-11-0 11/7 Montana State 9-17-1 11/14 @ Idaho State DNP@QB # includes rushing touchdown CAREER BESTS Attempts: 24.4 5. career goal is to become a college football coach. should have a good future with the Vikings.566 . excellent size and athleticism.. born September 15... vs. three times TD LP Rush 0 14 5-35# 0 4 3-65 0 0 1-(-1) 0 0 2-8 0 0 2 0 0 23 45 30 22 15 11-56# 10-42# 13-50 7-68 20-67 Played in 2008 at Harper Junior College in Illinois.. 10/17/09 Completions: 12... earned second-team All-Metro League as a junior as Jesuit was also the state champion. vs. has one brother. @ Montana. vs.. vs.. basketball.. reading and listening to music. vs. vs. GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Start W/L Com-Att-Int Yds DNP-CD first seven games @ Weber State 1-1-0 8 Montana DNP-CD @ Montana State DNP-CD Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 Yds 22 4 0 0 47 116 131 57 67 Played in 10 games.. will major in Business.. Northern Arizona. a fumble recovery and an interception. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Mary Kleffner. Named first team All-State at Brother Rice High School in Chicago.. hobbies are video games. 11/7/09 Touchdowns: 1. 42 2010 Portland State Vikings Football ..

... Alero.. 10/3/09 Long Reception: 22... a state champion in the high jump who has reached 6’8”. making 20 tackles with one sack. born October 22. Harper JC was the Region IV Champion and Division III National Champion.0 TD 1 LP 22 Avg. should be back. 9. a three-time All-Marmonte League and All-Ventura County selection.. GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 @ Oregon State Southern Oregon @ Montana Weber State Sacramento State @ Northern Colorado Northern Arizona UC Davis @ Eastern Washington Montana State @ Idaho State * * * Rec..5(-5) FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 2 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 CAREER BESTS Receptions: 2.. 1990.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE NEVIN LEWIS’ CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING Year 2009 G-GS 8-3 Rec.... starting the last two games of the year. earned All-Conference honors as a junior and senior.. played in eight games and made three starts. earned All-Region honors.. Yds.0 0. team captain as a senior. would like to become a physical therapist.. plans to major in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. had 18 tackles and two pass breakups. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 One of 15 true freshmen to play and one of 10 to start at some point during the season. hobbies are snowboarding.0 0. triple jump.0 8.. Son of Scott and Dianna Lewis. Should have the inside track on starting at outside linebacker in 2010. also joined the Viking track team in the spring. also saw a lot of action on special teams. had over 100 tackles in both his junior and senior seasons. DJ MACARTHY’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 7-2 11-7 TT 18 TFL 0... Sacramento State. had some back issues.0 14.. Ryan.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 9 8 -1 0 0 0 Son of Benjamin and Bola Macarthy. 1988.. twice named the Oregon 2A Offensive Player of the Year. vs. made 11 tackles in his two starts.. six sacks and two fumble recoveries. healthy and competitive in 2010.. Hannah. has good change of direction skills. vs. A four-year letterwinner at Merrillville High School.. a four-year starter on the basketball team and has been second team All-League two years in a row.. had two catches for 29 yards and a touchdown against Sacramento State (10/3). twice named Ventura County Defensive Back of the Year.... has two brothers.. PERSONAL INFORMATION An outstanding all-around athlete who played quarterback in high school. basketball and track at Culver High School.. 1991. Nate. was a winner of the Johnny Carpenter Prep Athlete of the Year for the state of Oregon in 2009 for his senior year at Culver High School.. led his team with 77 tackles...0 -1. had 344 tackles during his high school career.... born July 12...5 9.5(-5) 0. vs.. affecting his ability to play. DJ MACARTHY Linebacker SR • 1V • 6-0 • 235 Merrillville. played in eight games. CA. two-time team defensive MVP.. 11/7/09 Expected to be a contributor last year....5(-5) Sacks 0.. caught five passes for 45 yards and one touchdown. one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. won the state championship in 2007 and placed second in 2008.. Sacramento State. Montana State. fishing.5(-5) 0 0 0 @ Idaho State * 3-1-4 0 0 0 1 0 16 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 7.... 100 and 200 meters. golf and lifting weights.. 10/3/09 Touchdowns: 1. had a season-high seven tackles and a sack against Montana State (11/7). hobbies are basketball and listening to music..... Jordin and Matt. full first name is Ayodeji.. also lettered twice in track. IN Indiana State/Harper JC PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 41 Lettered four years in football... has three brothers..... Son of Ron and Marcy Lilley.....0 0... CA Westlake HS Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT @ Oregon State DNP-CD Southern Oregon 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Montana 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 Weber State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Sacramento State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Northern Colorado DNP-injured Northern Arizona DNP-injured UC Davis DNP-injured @ Eastern Washington 1-4-5 0 0 0 1 0 Montana State * 6-1-7 0. JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 PERSONAL INFORMATION Played in seven games. was a late addition to the Viking roster in 2009 after having a big year in junior college.. a great open field player. team won league titles in 2006 and 2007. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 43 .. named the Johnny Carpenter Prep Athlete of the Year for the state of Oregon for 2008-09. 10/3/09 Receiving Yards: 29. Started his career at Indiana State in 2006. became a wide receiver for the Vikings and showed a bright future. Temidayo and Dolapo. but came on strong late in the year.. vs... but he suffered a knee injury in the first week of practice and missed the season. also earned All-CIF Northern Division three times.... defensive back and punter/kicker. DNP-CD DNP-CD DNP-CD 0 0 2 29 1 9 1 8 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 PERSONAL INFORMATION 0. in 2008 was second in the state in the high jump. third team All-State as a senior.... named All-League and All-State as a quarterback. Sacramento State. vs.. and a sister.NEVIN LEWIS Wide Receiver SO • 1V • 6-1 • 195 Culver.. TD LP Played at Harper Junior College in Illinois in 2008.. born January 24. Sacramento State.... OR Culver HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 85 Lettered in football at Westlake High School in Thousand Oaks.. 10/3/09 JUSTIN LILLEY Free Safety FR • RS • 5-11 • 205 Thousand Oaks. who plays basketball at Oregon Tech. and one sister.... fishing.... hobbies are hunting. dirt bike riding and the outdoors. 5 Yards 45 Start Avg.. has a brother. majoring in Health Science...... one interception......

had a solid spring and made four catches for 72 yards in the spring game. has two sisters..... snowboarding. placed second in state in the 200 meters as a senior. CORY McCAFFREY’S CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING Year 2008 2009 Career G-GS 5-0 5-0 10-0 Rec.. runs the 100 in 10. Southern Oregon. OR Sisters HS a two-time first team All-League baseball player. hobbies are spear fishing and hunting... wants to be a high school english teacher.. finished high school in 2008 and was preparing to gray shirt at Hawai’i.. named first team All-Conference offensive lineman and second team All-Conference defensive lineman. PERSONAL INFORMATION 1 Son of Joe and Theresa Monahan..... competing on scout team. OR Centennial HS SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Played in five games as a backup slot receiver. first team AllOahu Interscholastic Association at wide receiver as a junior and senior. TD Played briefly in one game...... Johnny Carpenter Prep Athlete of the Year Finalist. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Simply the most prolific runner in Oregon High School football history. and his team reached in the Oregon 4A State Championship game. was also the Oregonian 4A State Player of the Year in 2006. earned second team All-League honors in basketball. 1990 .... would like to major in English... television.... DEXTER MORRISON Offensive Lineman FR • RS • 6-2 • 260 Portland. also 44 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . born February 11. 1. may have the opportunity now as he is switching back to his high school position of running back.925 yards. also a state-level competitor in track and field. competed in the Les Schwab Bowl. reading and basketball. TD one reception for 3 yards vs. surfing and salsa dancing.000 yards better than the next best total in Oregon history.. 9/5/09 Avg.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Henry and Keolani Noa.. Lettered in football and basketball at Centennial High School. earned All-State honors as an outfielder.... Matt and Shane. will battle to expand his role in 2010. moving over from defensive line to offensive line this year. Lettered three times each in football. 10/25/08 2009 Start Rec.. has two brothers.. that total ranks 16th on the all-time national high school list and is more than 3. 60 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Competed as a true freshman... OR West Linn HS/Whitworth A three-year letterwinner in football. was the 2007 Offensive Player of the Year in the OIA in both football and basketball. competing at Oregon State (9/5)... named National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete. XBox...5 16... 46 touchdowns. Deneca and Chelsie. in basketball.. 84 Competed on scout team in 2009 after transferring from Whitworth. played in the All-State baseball series. 8/30/08 one reception for 0 yards vs.460 yards ... hobbies are video games. plans on majoring in Environmental Studies. as a senior he rushed for a state-record 2... HI Kaiser HS Son of Sally Bones. 1991.. caught six passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns in the 2009 Spring Game.. named honorable mention All-State on offense.... basketball and baseball at West Linn High School. basketball and track.. hobbies are video games.. Idaho State.... Spent the 2009 season as a redshirt... born September 11. but played in only five games as he transitioned to a new position and a much higher level of competition.. also named Three Rivers League Defensive Player of the Year and All-State honors as a senior. averaged 20 points per game in basketball. PERSONAL INFORMATION KALUA NOA Wide Receiver SO • 1V • 6-1 • 190 Kuliou’ou. born June 22. billiards..3 TD 0 0 0 LP 3 16 16 LP 12 Brings size to the wide receiver position. 1989.a three-year total.... and one sister.9 seconds. 2 1 3 Yards 3 16 19 Avg. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE LP JUSTIN MONAHAN Wide Receiver SO • SQ • 6-2 • 185 West Linn.. hobbies are ping-pong... named the Oregonian State Player of the Year. born October 30.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Spent one season at Whitworth University where he was a redshirt... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Mikell and Dexter Morrison. Yds.... had one reception for 16 yards in the season opener at Oregon State (9/5). 1989. he was first team All-Three Rivers League as a senior... basketball and hanging out. had two receptions on the season...... An outstanding athlete with great football ability... one reception for 16 yards at Oregon State... but came to Portland State. gaining 8..... is one of nine children. Devon. still looking for him to take on a prominent role in the offense... has one sister. Yds. competed in spring football.. would like to major in Physiology. Avg....0 6. Maria...... earned first team All-Three Rivers League honors his junior and senior seasons as both a wide receiver and free safety.. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2008 Start Rec.CORY McCAFFREY Running Back JR • 2V • 5-9 • 180 Sisters. also named Gatorade State Player of the Year. majoring in Business Management and Leadership.

will play a vital role as the middle linebacker in the Vikings’ 4-3 scheme. had played at linebacker in previous seasons....... averaged 19 tackles per game as a senior.... made four tackles at Sacramento State (9/27).5(-1) 0 0 0 0 9/12 Southern Oregon * 2-5-7 2(-7) 1(-4) 0 1 0 9/19 @ Montana * 2-6-8 1... majoring in Science. four sacks and six quarterback hurries. Ryan. born July 30....RYAN RAU Middle Linebacker JR • 2V • 6-1 • 230 Folsom. Sprague won the state championship his junior season... after sitting out the first game.... top game was six tackles at Washington State (9/20)... also plays on special teams..5(-1) 0 0 0 0 10/17 Northern Arizona * 8-4-12 2(-10) 1(-6) 0# 0 0 10/24 UC Davis * 4-1-5 0 0 1-27% 0 0 10/31 @ Eastern Washington * 1-5-6 2(-7) 1(-7) 0 0 0 11/7 Montana State * 7-1-8 1(-1) 0 0 0 0 11/14 @ Idaho State * 1-6-7 0 0 0 0 0 # forced fumble % touchdown CAREER BESTS Tackles: 12.. a fumble recovery for touchdown and a pass breakup. had one kick return as an upback for eight yards. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football three times and basketball twice at Sprague High School. 1987......... named honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference. including one for a loss.. Moved to tight end and played in all 11 games. CA Folsom HS 56 2009 Honors Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference Became the Vikings’ key defensive player as the leading tackler.. 1990..... leads the team in games played (33) entering the 2010 season.... a sack and a forced fumble.. made a career-high 12 tackles against Northern Arizona (10/17). also played some on special teams making a tackle. made a career-high seven tackles.... made 22 tackles on the season as a backup linebacker and special teams performer. he made one start at Washington (9/20) in place of injured Erik Pedersen..... OR Sprague HS FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Had a big impact on defense as a true freshman. 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT 9/5 @ Oregon State * 1-3-4 0. team defensive MVP as a freshman. mainly provided a blocking role in the Viking offense.... was a three-year starter on the varsity.. GAME BY GAME STATISTICS FRESHMAN SEASON • 2007 Start UT-AT-TT TFL Western Oregon DNP-CD @ UC Davis 1-2-3 0 @ Washington State 5-1-6 0 @ Sacramento State 2-2-4 0 Eastern Washington 1-1-2 0 @ Northern Arizona 2-0-2 0 Idaho State 2-0-2 0 @ Weber State 1-0-1 0 Montana 0-0-0 0 @ Montana State 1-0-1 0 Northern Colorado 1-0-1 0 Competed in all 11 games as a special teams participant and backup snapper...com. three times Sacks: 1.. named Academic All-Big Sky Conference. vs... during his junior season averaged 17 tackles per game and was Defensive MVP of the Delta River League. also a third team All-State tight end.. has one brother.5(-10) 1(-9) 0 0 0 9/26 Weber State * 1-1-2 0 0 0 0 0 10/3 Sacramento State * 3-3-6 1(-1) 0 0 0 0 10/10 @ Northern Colorado * 4-3-7 0.. one of 11 true freshmen to play.. Cal-Hi Sports Preseason All-Section team selection. returned a fumble 27 yards for a touchdown against UC Davis (10/24)... JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jeff and Leslie Rau.. Most Valuable Player of the Delta River League... hobbies are working out.. friends and video games. RORY RICHARDS Tight End SR • 3V • 6-3 • 225 Salem.. also had two tackles for loss.. was his team’s defensive MVP... made three tackles on the season. also had a forced fumble. named Academic All-Big Sky Conference for the second year in a row.. 2009 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference 2008 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference 2007 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Made the transition to tight end in 2009...... 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 45 . plans to major in Communications.. a redshirt in 2006. interested in becoming a doctor.... named Academic All-Big Sky Conference. ranked 88th in the nation at inside linebacker by ESPN. born September 12. RYAN RAU’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year G-GS UT-AT 2008 10-0 16-6 2009 11-11 34-38 Career 21-11 50-44 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 TT 22 72 94 TFL 0 10(-38) 10(-38) Sacks 0 4(-26) 4(-26) FF 0 1 1 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR PBU INT 0 0 0 1-27 1 0 1-27 1 0 FR PBU INT 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 SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2008 Competed in all 11 games for the second season in a row. had one reception for six yards against Sacramento State (10/3). selected to the All-Nike Combine team. 91 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football at Folsom High School. 10 tackles for loss. had a total of 20 tackles on the season... a backup at middle linebacker.. had team-highs of 72 tackles.... has a brother. along with DE Travis Beckley.. also earned basketball team MVP award. led the team in tackles in four games.. was named first team All-League as a tight end and linebacker.. named honorable mention All-Metro team by the Sacramento Bee...... Northern Arizona.. 10/17/09 Tackles for Loss: 2. Garrett......... had eight tackles with a sack at Montana (9/19). four times SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Started all 11 games in his second season and became the Vikings’ leading tackler. Sacramento Bee 2nd team All-Metro. a position he played in high school.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Ron and Debbie Richards. fast and tough.. the coaches decided not to redshirt him and he competed in the final 10 contests.. always around the ball.

would like to major in Engineering or Education. has excellent size and mobility for the position. 1989. born January 13. @ Washington State. should play a key role again this season...... should have the inside track to start at guard again this season....... has one brother. a favorite to start at guard. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A two-year letterwinner in football at Westfield High School.... named his team’s top lineman. one of eight offensive linemen who redshirted in 2008. also a talented track athlete who placed fourth in the Big Sky Conference in the decathlon in 2009.... has two sisters.. regional and area championships. two fumble recoveries and 14 pass breakups in two seasons. and two sisters... TX Westlake HS GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 65 Start UT-AT-TT TFL @ McNeese State 0-0-0 0 UC Davis 0-0-0 0 Sacramento State 1-0-1 0 @ San Diego State 0-0-0 0 @ Eastern Washington 0-1-1 0 Northern Arizona 0-0-0 0 @ Idaho State 0-0-0 0 Weber State 0-0-0 0 @ Montana 0-0-0 0 Montana State 0-1-1 0 @ Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 Western Oregon @ UC Davis @ Washington State @ Sacramento State Eastern Washington @ Northern Arizona Idaho State @ Weber State Montana @ Montana State Northern Colorado Start UT-AT-TT TFL 1-1-2 0 2-0-2 0 * 3-4-7 1(-5) 0-1-1 0 2-0-2 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1-0-1 0 1-2-3 0 0-0-0 0 2-0-2 0 FR PBU INT 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 FR PBU INT 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 Came to Portland State as an offensive lineman.. Rebecca and Mariah... two-time first team All-CIF selection.. plans to major in Business... earned his team’s Most Improved Player award.. 1991. OR Aloha HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 69 A three-year letterwinner in football at Fullerton Union High School. earned scholar-athlete award. Offensive Lineman SO • 1V • 6-2 • 290 Aloha..... second team AllCounty. two forced fumbles. making one reception for 6 yards against Sacramento State CAREER BESTS Tackles: 7..... 46 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . in 2007. MANUEL ROJAS Offensive Line SO • 1V • 6-2 • 290 Fullerton...... born November 28. was named first team All-League all three years..... but also being considered at tight end this season. PERSONAL INFORMATION FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Son of Lillian and Manuel Rojas. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Alicia Robertson.... member of the Space City Classic All-Star team. National Scholar-Athlete Award nominee.. has nine interceptions.. 9/20/08 Comes into the season with a lot of experience and recovered from a knee injury that cost him the final game in 2009. 2009 Honors Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference 2008 Honors Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference Should be one of the top players on the defense again this year and a potential All-Conference performer.. his team won the 2007 Freeway League Championship. named first team All-League and honorable mention All-State as a senior.... Erin and Christa. CA Fullerton HS 67 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT Played at TE... but took over as a starter in the fourth game after Moses Punzal was injured and lost for the season.. ranks tenth all-time in interceptions at Portland State. Earned the starting right guard position in preseason camp....... a four-year letterwinner in debate and member of the National Honor Society.. One of just a few offensive linemen with good experience. basketball and baseball at Aloha High School. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 KYLE RITT Started the season as a backup at guard. speed and skills. his team won the district.. 1990. competed on the track team and was a two-time district champion in the shot put...... born January 5. has two brothers.. 24 PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Ed and Judy Ritt. starting 10. one of eight offensive linemen who redshirted in 2008. he was on the travel squad as an emergency offensive lineman.. Elias and Adriel. ended up playing in nine games and starting seven.RORY RICHARDS’ CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2007 2008 2009 Career 2007 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 G-GS UT-AT 11-0 1-2 11-1 12-8 11-0 1-0 33-1 14-10 TT 3 20 1 24 TFL 0 1(-5) 0 1(-5) Sacks 0 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 PBU INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 THOMAS ROBERTSON Offensive Line FR • RS • 6-4 • 275 Houston.. has led the team in interceptions and pass breakups in each of his two years. three-time Offensive Lineman of the Year for his team. outstanding size. ended up playing in all 11 games.. CA Highland HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football. CIF South Section runnerup. DeSHAWN SHEAD Cornerback JR • 2V • 6-2 • 195 Palmdale. Sidney.. also competed in the 2008 Les Schwab Bowl.

. made 45 tackles with team-highs of three interceptions and seven pass breakups....... made five tackles.... a redshirt in 2007. graduated early from high school and entered school in time to compete in 2009 spring football. seven pass breakups.. it was the most interceptions by a Viking since 1997... JAYCOB SHOEMAKER’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 10-3 13-26 TT 39 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Western Oregon @ UC Davis @ Washington State @ Sacramento State Eastern Washington @ Northern Arizona Idaho State @ Weber State Montana @ Montana State Northern Colorado Start UT-AT-TT TFL * 4-0-4 0 * 5-1-6 0 * 3-0-3 0 * 6-0-6 0 * 3-2-5 0 * 0-3-3 0 * 4-2-6 0 * 1-1-2 0 * 5-1-6 2(-5) * 3-2-5 0 * 2-3-5 0 FR PBU INT 0 1 1-2 0 3 1-0 0 0 0 1-0 1 0 0# 0 2-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1-10 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 FR PBU INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-0 0 1 1-31% 0 1 0 1-0# 0 1-18 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL 9/5 @ Oregon State * 0-3-3 0 9/12 Southern Oregon * 3-0-3 0 9/19 @ Montana * 0-2-2 0 9/26 Weber State * 4-2-6 0 10/3 Sacramento State * 4-0-4 0 10/10 @ Northern Colorado * 1-1-2 0 10/17 Northern Arizona * 1-1-2 0 10/24 UC Davis * 3-1-4 0 10/31 @ Eastern Washington * 7-1-8 1(-4) 11/7 Montana State * 4-2-6 0 11/14 @ Idaho State * 1-4-5 0 # forced fumble • % touchdown CAREER BESTS Tackles: 8....... a forced fumble and fumble recovery.. against top-10 ranked Montana (11/8). 2006 National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete award winner.... 9/13/09 Interceptions. he has four brothers. Chinelle and Kierra. 1991.. including two for loss. including 13-0 as a senior. holds the school pole vault record.. two tackles for loss. Nicole. 1988. water sports and weight lifting. named honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference. 11/8/08 Pass Breakups: 3..... had an interception. had a season-high six tackles in four different games... Randall and Chadd. siblings are Donte... playing in 10 games and starting three of the last four. JAYCOB SHOEMAKER Linebacker SO • 1V • 6-0 • 230 Sacramento.. DeVaughn. also had six interceptions.. born June 28. CA Casa Roble HS 54 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Probably the breakthrough player of the year for the Vikings as he surprised by earning a starting cornerback spot in fall camp. All-Metro and All-League honors.. one of 15 true freshmen to play and 10 to start during the season. one of several experienced sophomores on defense... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A two-time All-Conference defensive back at Highland High School. pingpong. hobbies are fishing. his six picks tied for sixth in the nation and led the Big Sky Conference.. 11/7/09 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 47 .. Sandy.. made six tackles. started all 11 games and made 51 tackles to rank sixth on the team.. also ran track at Highland HS and plans to do so at Portland State.. also scored three touchdowns as a short-yardage runner..... made 39 tackles to rank ninth on the team.. vs..... named Defensive Player of the Year by the Sacramento Bee. Casa Roble had a record of 23-1 over his last two seasons.. also earned All-League as a junior.. hobbies are eating. two interceptions and forced a fumble in the Vikings win over nationally-ranked Eastern Washington (10/4).. Sierra and Mandy. @ UC Davis. @ Eastern Washington... vs. bowling and spending time with family and friends.. a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the win over Northern Colorado (10/10)... 10/31/09 Tackles for Loss: 2. had 169 tackles.. Leesha.. made a career-high eight tackles against Eastern Washington (10/31)... earned first team All-State. PERSONAL INFORMATION An outstanding player at Casa Roble High School where he earned three letters in football and basketball.SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 For the second year in a row started all 11 games at cornerback and was chosen as his team’s Most Valuable Defensive Back. Joey. vs. PERSONAL INFORMATION DESHAWN SHEAD’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year G-GS 2008 11-11 2009 11-11 Career 22-22 2008 8/30 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 UT-AT 36-15 28-17 64-32 TT 51 45 96 TFL 2(-5) 1(-4) 3(-9) Sacks 0 0 0 FF 1 1 2 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 1-0 1-0 2-0 PBU 7 7 14 INT 6-12 3-49 9-61 Son of Debbie and Ronald Shoemaker. also earned All-Conference as a wide receiver in 2006. made six tackles in his first collegiate game against Oregon State (9/5). and six sisters. made six tackles with an interception and three pass breakups at UC Davis (9/13)... led the team with nine tackles against Montana State (11/7). 2. had six tackles and two pass breakups against Montana State (11/7). 10/4/08 Start UT-AT-TT TFL @ Oregon State 1-5-6 0 Southern Oregon 0-0-0 0 @ Montana 2-2-4 0 Weber State 0-0-0 0 Sacramento State DNP-injured @ Northern Colorado 1-1-2 0 Northern Arizona 2-1-3 0 UC Davis * 1-6-7 0 @ Eastern Washington 1-3-4 0 Montana State * 4-5-9 0 @ Idaho State * 1-3-4 0 FR PBU INT 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 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 9.. Jeremy.. expected to play in the middle in the Vikings’ new 4-3 scheme. Montana State. one of 11 children. Son of Sherri Tatum... born January 12.... two interceptions and a blocked kick.. A top-rated prospect while he was recruited and he came in and proved he was ready to play..... three sacks.. ranked seventh on the team in tackles.... . also had a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Ronna... selected as the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Back. was the league defensive MVP.... then became one of the top players on defense. four-time league champions and 39-5 overall. would like to double-major in Business and Sports Medicine or Sports Management.. his seven total takeaways led the team.. Eastern Washington....... made six tackles with a pass breakup and a 31-yard interception return for touchdown against Weber State (9/26).... team captain and team defensive MVP two years in a row. undecided major. Montana. opposing teams threw away from him all season. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Saw a lot of action as a true freshman.. eight fumble recoveries. had seven tackles at UC Davis (10/24).

earned All-District..... All-Hall of Champions. a sack. vs.. born July 8.... made 23 tackles with two tackles for loss.... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football and baseball at Escondido High School. 9/26/09 48 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . caught 11 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns on the season.. earned Academic All-District. had 10 solo tackles and two pass breakups in his first career start against Weber State (9/26).. selected as his team’s “Top Gun” and outstanding defensive back...... also lettered in baseball.. a three-year member of the National Honor Society. had 114 tackles.. Janae.. Weber State.. 1991... All-League and All-North County honors as a senior while playing wide receiver and defensive line... has two brothers.. TX Clear Lake HS 42 22 2009 Honors Academic All-Big Sky Conference Another experienced sophomore on the Viking defense... Patrick and Alex.. was named second team 5A All-State and first team All-District. led his team to the CIF finals in 2008. earned Academic All-Big Sky Conference honors..... Lettered in football three times at Clear Lake High School. Academic All-District and team outstanding linebacker as a junior. missed three games with a leg injury. has a great chance to earn the starting spot at outside linebacker again... vs.. vs. has two brothers..JOEL SISLER Linebacker SO • 1V • 6-2 • 210 Escondido... earned All-CIF. and one sister. his team was the District Champion and Area finalist. Son of Kyle and Kristi Snow. including fishing.... 9/26/09 Pass Breakups: 2. born December 24. was his team’s defensive MVP.. 10/24/09 FR PBU INT 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0# 0 0 0 0 0 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT @ Oregon State 1-0-1 1(-12) 1(-12) 0 1 0 Southern Oregon 2-0-2 1(-7) 0 0 0 0 @ Montana 1-4-5 0 0 0 0 0 Weber State * 10-0-10 0 0 0 2 0 Sacramento State * 2-3-5 0 0 0 1 0 @ Northern Colorado DNP-injured Northern Arizona DNP-injured UC Davis DNP-injured @ Eastern Washington 0-0-0 Montana State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 @ Idaho State 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 10. a forced fumble and two pass breakups.. a sack and four pass breakups. Played in eight game with two starts at strong safety... also a team captain.. made a sack and had a pass breakup in his first collegiate game against Oregon State (9/5).. good athlete with speed at his position. enjoys anything to do with the outdoors.. Jarrett and Jordan. CA Escondido HS NATHAN SNOW Strong Safety SO • 1V • 5-11 • 190 Houston... would like major in Health Sciences and Pre-Med... JOEL SISLER’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 11-8 12-13 TT 25 TFL 1(-6) Sacks 1(-6) FF 1 FR 0 PBU INT 2 0 NATHAN SNOW’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 8-2 16-7 TT 23 TFL 2(-19) Sacks 1(-12) FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 4 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK 9/5 @ Oregon State * 2-2-4 0 0 9/12 Southern Oregon * 1-0-1 1(-6) 1(-6) 9/19 @ Montana * 1-2-3 0 0 9/26 Weber State 4-0-4 0 0 10/3 Sacramento State * 1-1-2 0 0 10/10 @ Northern Colorado * 0-2-2 0 0 10/17 Northern Arizona * 1-1-2 0 0 10/24 UC Davis * 1-4-5 0 0 10/31 @ Eastern Washington * 0-0-0 0 0 11/7 Montana State 1-0-1 0 0 11/14 @ Idaho State 0-0-1 0 0 # forced fumble CAREER BESTS Tackles: 5.. two sacks. four forced fumbles and eight pass breakups his senior season. Weber State.. 1990.. made a season-high five tackles against UC Davis (10/24).. would like to major in Business or Criminology. another member of a talented sophomore class on defense.. FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 One of 15 true freshmen to play and one of 10 to start during the season... played in all 11 games and started eight of the first nine games. a member of PALS (Peers Assisted Leadership) and a Ronald McDonald House volunteer. had four tackles in his first collegiate game against Oregon State (9/5).. hunting and camping... has a brother who plays center at Navy... PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Dan and Sherri Sisler... UC Davis. had 25 tackles. three interceptions. A big-time hitter and change of direction guy who will have a chance to start at free safety in 2010.

but also got some snaps at outside linebacker... his father coaches at Wilsonville High School.. 11/1/08 FR PBU INT 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK Started against Weber State and had two tackles.... born November 21. 93 Should have the inside track to start at defensive end.. had two tackles against his former team in the season opener at Oregon State (9/5). PERSONAL INFORMATION CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2.. 10/24/09. Stephanie. UT Hillcrest HS/Lewis &Clark College 35 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 A tough player who will vie for playing time in 2010. born June 8.. a redshirt in 2007.. also came in at tight end in some blocking situations. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Played in six games.. had two tackles on the season. making two tackles.. was a starter at defensive end and tight end. but had nagging injuries that slowed his progress. was a redshirt at OSU in 2007.... 1989. Defensive End JR • 1V • 6-4 • 260 Wilsonville... made two tackles. KEVIN TAKENO CARL SOMMER’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 8-0 2-6 TT 8 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 SK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 Linebacker SR • 1V • 5-11 • 210 Salt Lake City. should again have a role on special teams..... Weber State.... a four-time All-Conference selection and three-time AllState selection.. had two tackles in his start against Weber State (9/26)... Northern Arizona.. KEVIN TAKENO’S CAREER STATISTICS QUINN STEWART Linebacker JR • 2V • 6-2 • 220 Gardena.... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A transfer from Lewis and Clark College where he played two seasons. and one brother. in 2008 at Oregon State before transferring to Portland State. A four-year letterman at Wilsonville High School. and at Idaho State. three times Son of Bruce and Juanita Takeno. making one start. vs. enjoys music and movies.. Toni. Damon. CA Gardena HS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 4-0 0-2 TT 2 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 40 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT Had one tackle each vs.. 10/17/09 CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2.CARL SOMMER teams.. 1986... 9/26/09 one pass breakup vs. UC Davis.. would like to work in Nike Product Development...... OR Wilsonville HS/Oregon State PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION A first-team All-League performer at Gardena High School.... Robert and Ken... QUINN STEWART’S CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2008 2009 Career G-GS UT-AT 9-0 1-1 6-1 1-1 15-1 2-2 TT 2 2 4 TFL 0 0 0 Sacks 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 SK FR 0 0 0 PBU INT 0 0 1 0 1 0 SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 Expected to be a big contributor. and one sister. hobbies are collecting shoes and coaching high school football.. needs to stay healthy and make the next step in his development. Played in nine games as a redshirt freshman. 11/14/09 An experienced player who is trying to make a break-through and become a significant contributor on defense.. also lettered twice in basketball... Start UT-AT-TT TFL @ Oregon State 0-2-2 0 Southern Oregon 2-0-2 0 @ Montana 0-2-2 0 Weber State DNP-injured Sacramento State DNP-injured @ Northern Colorado 0-0-0 0 Northern Arizona 0-1-1 0 UC Davis 0-1-1 0 @ Eastern Washington 0-0-0 0 Montana State 0-0-0 0 @ Idaho State DNP-injured FR PBU INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 Appeared in four games on special teams. 2008 Start UT-AT-TT TFL had one tackle at Washington State.. Earned three letters in football at Hillcrest High School. 9/20/08 and one tackle Weber State.. 1988. a two-time AllConference selection. undecided major. he redshirted that season...... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Played in three games. has two brothers. named second team All-Northwest Conference at linebacker.. a late transfer to PSU in 2008. named honorable mention All-State.. played in the Les Schwab Bowl. majoring in Communications... Son of Casadrea Grundy. was first team All-State as a defensive lineman and second team All-State as a tight end his senior season.... born September 14. 9/26/09 FR PBU INT PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Doug and Bobbie Sommer.. making eight tackles. has one brother. competed mainly on special 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 49 .. brings the skills needed as he runs well for his size and position and can play in space... was named defensive MVP of the Northwest League. majoring in Sociology. played in eight games... has one sister. Cameron.. earned team Defensive MVP and Hardest Hitter awards.

. would like to major in Criminology and Criminal Justice. and one sister..... boating and music....HANK TAYLOR League kicker.. a pre-med major..... the outdoors. had eight kickoffs for an average of 61. he could be a dominant lineman........ 1990.. still has two big years ahead of him.. also lettered four years in track and was the MVP of the Southwest Conference. chess.. Max..... the Purple Raiders won the NCAA III National Championship for the 10th time. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 50 Lettered three years in football at West Linn High School..2 ypg) for the second year in a row.... his team was league champion in 2006. has one brother. Behind QB Drew Hubel.. selected to compete in the 2008 Les Schwab Bowl. camping. A player who will continue his physical development.. 1989. hobbies are fly fishing and camping... Chris. hobbies are hanging out with friends and family.... was the district champion in the discus and an All-State performer.... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Hank Taylor and Julia Connell.. also selected first team All-League on the offensive and defensive line.. and playing video games.. OR Marist HS Did not see game action in 2009. a good athlete who needs to find a role on the team..... played well as a true freshman.. 4 DUSTIN WALDRON Offensive Lineman JR • 2V • 6-6 • 280 Pleasant Hill. Lettered in football four times. OH Anthony Wayne HS/Mt.. but earned Most Valuable Offensive Scout Team honors from his teammates. A three-time letterwinner in football and track. would like to become a detective... Son of Jay and Sharee Waldron. undecided major. a three-time All-League performer in football.. born May 24.. would like to be a doctor of sports medicine or a coach. first team All-League in track. Union College PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Michael and Jan Truax. Expected to be a backup kicker again this year.. sophomore and junior.4 yards.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Mike and Marla Todd.. 1991.. PERSONAL INFORMATION ZACH TODD Wide Receiver SO • SQ • 6-0 • 190 Eugene. if he does. kicking an extra point against Oregon State (9/5).. OR West Linn HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 17 Lettered three times in football at Marist. born August 19. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 79 Lettered in football four times at Sheldon High School. also lettered in basketball and track.. a knee injury against Weber State ended his season prematurely. outstanding athlete who played several positions in high school. has one brother. SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 One of only two offensive players and five non-special teams players to start every game... as a senior rushed for 1.... played on a baseball state champion team in 2005. Nate. Jennifer.. was a redshirt in 2008 as he made the transition from running back in high school....... had a solid season at left tackle and should continue his development as he gets stronger.. PERSONAL INFORMATION SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Played in one game... served as left tackle once again... the Vikings’ tallest player at 6-9. plans to major in Mechanical Engineering. Competed in six games as a backup. born January 2.. Jennifer.. has the most starts on the offense (13). a two-time All- 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . hobbies are hiking....... his team won the state track championship in 2007.. born August 16.. sat out last season. 16 MITCHELL VAN DYK Offensive Lineman FR • RS • 6-9 • 260 Paso Robles. he also earned second team All-State honors.. earned All-League two seasons in football and named All-County as a senior..526 yards and 20 touchdowns for the state champion Irish. hobbies are trap shooting. was named first team All-State on offense and second team All-State on defense (DB) at the 6A level in the state of Oregon... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 64 Was on the Mount Union team in 2008 but did not see game action. part of an offensive line that helped the Vikings lead the nation in passing (372.. also named conference Player of the Year.. Mike. Quarterback SO • SQ • 6-3 • 205 Toledo.. a redshirt in 2009. his team won two league championships in football and two in track. Mark and Matthew. named first team All-State as an offensive and defensive lineman at the 4A level as a senior.. but took over as a starter at left tackle the last two games after an injury to Landan Laurusaitis. has game experience and good kicking ability.. weightlifting. baseball three times and basketball twice at Anthony Wayne High School.. has three brothers.. set Sheldon High School records for rushing yards and touchdowns scored. ROBERT TRUAX Kicker JR • 2V • 5-7 • 175 West Linn.. participating on the scout team. Played in three games as a true freshman.. defensive end as a junior and senior. has one brother... starting twice at kickoffs. 1989. has one sister.... hunting... OR Sheldon HS Son of Mark and Elizabeth Van Dyk. right tackle as a senior. threw the discus and shot put in track.. played tight end as a freshman... 1989. born October 5. his team won 4A state championships in 2005 and 2007.. would like to major in Criminal Justice or Business Management. CA Paso Robles HS A transfer to Portland State from Mount Union College in summer 2009... has been involved in the National Society of High School Scholars and the Children’s Miracle Network.......

a cousin of former Viking Jermaine Jacobs.. played in the Les Schwab Bowl All-Star game. Ashley.. named second team All-District as a senior.. 11/14/09 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 51 .. TX Aldine HS Defensive End SR • 1V • 6-0 • 220 Melbourne. Roxan..5 tackles for loss. UC Davis. has one brother. becoming a starter as a true freshman. and one sister.. Lettered in football and track at Valley High School... BRIAN WALTERS MICHAEL WILLIAMS Cornerback SO • 1V • 5-9 • 165 Houston... 10/10/09 FR PBU INT Son of John and Melissa Wall. had three tackles. nine sacks and a fumble recovery.. team MVP in track. a track athlete who runs the 400 meters in 51 seconds..... Son of Kenneth Walters and Claudette Henry. competing in all 11.. six tackles and four pass breakups in the season finale at Idaho State (11/14).. was one of 15 true freshmen to play.. one interception and seven pass breakups on the season. JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 FRESHMAN SEASON • 2009 Competed in three games as a backup linebacker and special teams player. named All-Conference in football.. Southern Oregon. born November 11.. a tough player who moved from linebacker to defensive end during the spring.. 12. vs.. had 51 tackles... PERSONAL INFORMATION GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Son of Felicia Taylor and Michael Williams. redshirted the season. had one sack. named first team All-Metro League and All-State... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football three years at Southridge High School. KEVIN WATTS’ CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 3-0 1-2 TT 3 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 SK FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 A walk-on to the team last fall.. started nine games... made five tackles.... had a season-high nine tackles against UC Davis (10/24). Attended Melbourne High School in Florida.... @ Idaho State... rated in the top 100 in Houston prep football. OR Southridge HS four interceptions and blocked six field goals. GAME BY GAME STATISTICS PERSONAL INFORMATION 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL Had two tackles vs.... 1991. had 49 tackles to rank fifth on the team... PERSONAL INFORMATION Thrown into a challenging role right away. FL Melbourne HS/Mendocino CC 32 25 A walk-on to the program who saw some action. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played at Mendocino Junior College where he led the team in sacks in 2008......... had 50 tackles last season to rank second on the team. CA Valley HS/Sacramento CC GAME BY GAME STATISTICS 2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 21 Will compete at running back this season..JOHN WALL Offensive Lineman FR • RS • 6-2 • 275 Beaverton. 10/24/09 Pass Breakups: 4.7 100 meters.. and one sister. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE BRIAN WALTERS’ CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 3-0 3-0 TT 3 TFL 0 Sacks 0 FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 0 0 Lettered in football at Aldine High School in Houston. runs a 10. hobbies are hunting and fishing. 1991. a high school teammate of another Viking. had seven tackles and a sack against Northern Arizona (10/17). Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK @ Oregon State 0-2-2 0 0 Southern Oregon * 3-2-5 0 0 @ Montana * 1-3-4 0 0 Weber State * 6-0-6 0 0 Sacramento State * 3-0-3 0 0 @ Northern Colorado * 0-3-3 0 0 Northern Arizona * 6-1-7 1(-6) 1(-6) UC Davis * 5-4-9 0 0 @ Eastern Washington * 2-1-3 0 0 Montana State 0-1-1 0 0 @ Idaho State * 3-3-6 0 0 FR PBU INT 0 0 0 0 2 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A first team All-Conference performer in football and track at Sacramento City College..... Keitrell Anderson.. 2009 Start UT-AT-TT TFL SK FR PBU INT had one tackle each against Weber State (9/26). Kenneth. very fast and rated the number 53 cornerback in country by ESPNU. majoring in Business. Jamiesha.. team won the State Championship his senior seasoon.. Christopher. A heavily recruited player... two pass breakups and an interception against Southern Oregon (9/12). moving over from cornerback. has one brother.. PERSONAL INFORMATION 62 Son of Calvin Watts and Sheila Brown... Arielle and Schy.. had three tackles on the season. 1988. 1988... and 10 true freshmen to get starts.. named the team’s Most Improved Player and Most Valuable Lineman..... Monique. plans to major in Business Management.. majoring in Criminal Justice... Sacramento State (10/3) and Northern Arizona (10/17) MICHAEL WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE Year 2009 G-GS UT-AT 11-9 29-20 TT 49 TFL 1(-6) Sacks 1(-6) FF 0 FR 0 PBU INT 7 1-0 KEVIN WATTS Running Back SR • 1V • 5-9 • 190 Sacramento. JUNIOR SEASON • 2009 A backup cornerback and special teams player who competed in three games. born May 30.... born January 16.. has four sisters... 9/12/09 Had one tackle at Northern Colorado. an academic all-star.. born April 19. also had CAREER BESTS Tackles: 9.

rushed 132 times for 869 yards as a senior. averaged 23 points. 1989. born November 23.JOSH AH TOON Defensive Lineman FR • GS • 6-3 • 280 Waimanalo.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A three-time letterwinner in football and two-time letterwinner in track at Granite Bay High School. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION A two-time All-Conference linebacker at El Camino Junior College... Martin Sr. made the scout. 33 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE DeVAUNTE BOLTON Running Back FR • HS • 5-10 • 195 Roseville.. MARTIN BAYLESS LUCAS CORDER Linebacker FR • HS • 6-1 • 215 Roseburg. twotime first-team All-South Bay League at Castle Park........ rushed 17 times for 192 yards and three scores against Vacaville in his best game of the season.. Son of Jean Godden. has one sister.. Played three years at Castle Park High School in San Diego. has only played football for two years. named first team All-State linebacker. Britton and Teniesha. 1992.. born June 14... DIONTE BROOKS Linebacker FR • HS • 6-2 • 220 Compton. majoring in Health Sciences. born January 6.. was ranked 90th at the wide receiver position by ESPN.976 yards and 30 touchdowns. was also a talented basketball player. also had a 53-point game...... honorable mention All-State running back. would like to get into corporate law.. has one brother..... has one brother. plans to major in Construction Management.. a rivals. majoring in Black Studies. friends. Jessica and Shayla... as a safety at Castle Rock.. Named to the All-California Dream Team at Compton High School. named team MVP...... 52 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . also had two uncles that played in the NFL. 53 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played at Newberg High School where he was a first team All-Pacific League defensive lineman. totaled 122 tackles... 1989.... 303 receiving yards and 5 TDs despite missing four games with injury.. OR Roseburg HS Wide Receiver SO • TR • 6-2 • 200 Fresno. one kickoff return for TD and two touchdowns off fake field goal attempts... made 100 tackles in 11 games as a senior.. hobbies are water sports. music and photography. earned All-Section honors in the 100 meters. as a senior at Hightower. Ryan. 1992....com.. played 13 years in the NFL as a safety for the San Diego Chargers. cousin of Charles Woodson..com Northwest Hot 100 list... could have an impact early in his career... was league Offensive MVP.. 1992..com two-star player. earned All-City and All-Section honors.. earning first-team All-South Bay League honors for Castle Rock in 2006. named first team All-Southwest Conference as a linebacker and running back. but did not enter school until winter term... Brad. tested as the “strongest man” in weight room on his high school team... would like to become an athletic trainer. League Defensive Player of the Year. plans to major in Business... lettering three times.... born February 11... Hawai’i Newberg (OR) HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Elizabeth Bolton and Rob Walker... also lettered in baseball. a big man that moves well. then his senior season at Hightower High School in Fresno. ran the fastest 200 meters in his league as a junior. hobbies are hanging out with his friends and family. earned All-League honors. has two sisters... CA Granite Bay HS Played safety and running back at Christian Brothers High School.. works at his father’s football camp every year (now in its 23rd season)...... his father.. caught nine passes for 155 yards and a touchdown.. hobby is cars....... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Alan Corder.. 14 rebounds. PERSONAL INFORMATION 20 Son of Patti and Gary Crowder.. he totaled 126 catches for 1. also had two blocked punts. also lettered in basketball. defensively.. Jessica. and one sister.. five interceptions and nine pass breakups... COREY CROWDER Linebacker FR • HS • 6-1 • 205 Elk Grove.. born March 27. scored nine touchdowns.. in three years. CA Christian Brothers HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Martin and Babette Bayless. also had two interceptions and a pass breakup.. Lettered three times in football.... an ESPN Under Armour All-American... 1991. twice in basketball and four times in track at Roseburg High School... six assists and three steals.. born August 14. has two sisters..... rushed 91 times for 672 yards and six touchdowns. played in the Les Schwab Bowl All-Star game. CA Compton HS/El Camino JC 98 Originally signed with the Vikings in 2009.. TX Hightower HS/Northwestern 86 59 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Spent two seasons at Northwestern University in the Big 10 but did not see game action.. plans to major in Sociology.. track and volleyball. would like to coach and own a sports bar when he is done playing football. registered 21 receptions.. TX........ Cara.... two blocked field goals... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Lehua and Casper Ah Toon.. also a talented track athlete was twice named team’s Best Athlete.

.... played in the CIF LA City Section Championship as a senior. snowboarding.. also had two receptions for six yards..... a redshirt in 2007. made starts against Arizona. he played in eight games. and one sister. will compete right away for the starting running back role. surfing and hunting.. undecided major... CA Terra Nova HS/College of San Mateo 99 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A two-time team Most Valuable Player in football competing at Narbonne High School (senior year) and Vasquez High School (freshman through junior year)... A star athlete at McClymonds High School.. and one sister. born February 23. Marine League Offensive Most Valuable Player.. Lucious and Quentin.. played in four games.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jeff and Tracy Dashnaw... CA Los Altos HS/College of San Mateo Transferred to Portland State after playing two seasons at Washington as a backup running back.CHAD DASHNAW Quarterback FR • HS • 6-4 • 230 Agua Dulce. WILLIE GRIFFIN Running Back JR • TR • 5-8 • 195 Oakland.. rushed for 854 yards and 15 touchdowns. completed 235 of 325 passes for 3. Lettered in football three times and basketball once at Palos Verdes High School. born February 14.. An All-League defensive lineman at McKay High School... Lettered three years in football at Los Altos High School. born January 20.. and caught 11 passes for 222 yards and a score.. and three sisters... two sacks. rushed for 112 yards on 26 carries against Washington State and was named the Huskies offensive player of the game... a three-year scholar-athlete... CA Narbonne HS JACK FORBES 7 Defensive End JR • JC • 6-3 • 225 Pacific.. 1990. Noah. Chris.. wants to get into veterinary medicine. Nick.. 1989. born May 1. as a junior. Kelly and Patricia...... his team reached the California Junior College State Championship game.. also competed in track where he participated in sprints and the long jump... Washington State and California. had 40 tackles..... basketball team most valuable player. his team won the 2009 NorCal Championship..... lettered in baseball. has one brother.. 75 MAJOR HARRIS Defensive End FR • HS • 6-3 • 210 Salem. rushing 63 times for 219 yards and a touchdown. has three brothers. hopes to own a business one day. six sacks.... Tanlia and Shanell. twice named first time All-League.. JOEY ESPOSITO PERSONAL INFORMATION Offensive Lineman JR • JC • 6-4 • 300 Rancho Palos Verdes. wakeboarding. plans to major in Business.. Josh and Elijah. Vinnie... earning second team All-City honors. Jessica.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Howard and Claira Harris. rushed for 1... has one brother. two pass breakups and an interception..... Nie.. CA McClymonds HS/Washington MIKE DORRICOTT 28 Offensive Lineman JR • JC • 6-3 • 275 Los Altos. had 29 tackles..... and one sister.. Howard Jr.... won his team’s Bulldog Award.......443 yards as a senior despite missing two games with an injury. earned third team All-State honors as well. leading the team to the CIF Oakland Section championship in 2005 and 2006. majoring in Business... Bradley. Jake and Jeffrey.. ranked seventh in the state and 36th in the nation in passing. rodeo and golf.. earned first team All-County honors on defense. in 2008.. 55 PERSONAL INFORMATION PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Son of Joe and Teri Esposito. earned All-Conference honors three times.. and one sister. would like to become a fireman when his football career is over. would like a career a criminal justice or law... has three brothers... Monique.. As a senior at Terra Nova High School he was named the Athlete of the Year.. CA Palos Verdes HS/El Camino JC Son of Madelyn Kelly. rushed 82 times for 400 yards and nine touchdowns. has one brother. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Named first team All-Conference and All-State as a linebacker at College of San Mateo..... has worked in the movies doing stunts in Spy Kids 1. majoring in Sociology... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 78 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played two seasons at College of San Mateo.. an interception and a fumble recovery. first team All-CIF as a senior... Pay It Forward and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jeff Dorricott and Jennifer Barry. majoring in Business.... 1989. and two sisters.. his team went 8-3 in 2009. born April 16. named honorable mention All-Metro.. Ashlie. hobbies are listening to music and reading. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 53 . born October 18.. he rushed 23 times for 175 yards and three touchdowns.. 1992. on offense... hopes to play in the NFL. 1991.. leader in passing and total offense in the LA City section.. has three brothers. rushing three times for 11 yards. was the All-Around Cowboy and first-place calf roper in 2006 for the California High School Rodeo Association... named All-Conference.. Played the last two seasons at Washington as a backup tailback. 2 and 3.. cousin of former Viking KJ McCrae.. was listed as the number 50 running back in the nation and number 91 overall recruit in California by Rivals... made the Southbay All-Area team. OR McKay HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played the past two years at El Camino Junior College... in 2009... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Jack and Cindy Forbes.....475 yards and 31 touchdowns with 12 interceptions.. Jessica. hobbies are Motocross. 1989. two-time All-League player. earned first team All-Conference and All-State honors.

. he played defensive back. majoring in Communications.. team MVP. named first team All-Conference. George and Kapeta. his team went 47-7 during his four seasons... Free Safety JR • JC • 6-1 • 205 Kapahulu.... Maurisha and Jazzmin..... earned honorable mention All-League as a punt returner...5 tackles for loss. SAC won the title in 2009 and was also national champion. has one sister.. six interceptions. Damaurius.. HI Saint Louis HS/Mt. COLETON LANGDON Offensive Lineman FR • HS • 6-2 • 275 Renton. NJ Hargrave Military Academy (VA) 94 26 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played football at Columbia High School.. hobby is reading the Book of Mormon. earned All-South Puget Sound League honors as a wide receiver and defensive back. DeShawn. majoring in Criminology. quarterback and even punted.. Taylor. Mt. two interceptions and two forced fumbles. 71 GREYLIN JAMES Wide Receiver FR • HS • 6-1 • 210 Federal Way... majoring in Kinesiology.. 1990. a tam captain..... born June 17.. born March 30. A talented player at West Adams Prep.. had three tackles for loss and one sack... San Antonio Junior College for a team that compiled a 25-3 record over those two seasons..8 yards average. born April 27.... enjoys hanging out with friends and four-wheeling in his truck.. majoring in Business and Finance. named his team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year. named his team’s Lineman of the Year.... a team captain. or with sports-based company.. PERSONAL INFORMATION 38 Son of Kimberly Jamerson and John Shaw. has two brothers... twice played for the California Junior College State Championship. lettered three times in football. PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL INFORMATION Born May. as a senior.. work in sports training. and one sister. WA Federal Way HS PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football and wrestling twice each at Liberty High School.. hobbies are video games and hanging out with friends. 8. Una. MANOA LATU PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Shannon and Maurice Clark. team went to the state championship game... lettered in football. Paula. 1992. hobbies are playing cards and basketball. WA Liberty HS PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Ray Horton and Leslie Annis. Played two seasons at Mt. also lettered in basketball and track... prior to attending Hargrave Military Acdemy.. BRYANT LONG KARRINGTON JONES Defensive Back FR • HS • 6-2 • 175 Los Angeles... PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered three times in football at Cascade Christian High School. Kelvin and Jaidyn. a national runner-up in 2008.. has one brother. 80 PERSONAL INFORMATION PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Son of Richard and Teri Langdon. in 2009. 1991. Son of Lisa Love and Reginald Long. named first team All-Kingco League for two seasons. one sack... undecided major.. making 68 tackles. TX North Crowley HS The first player signed at Portland State by Head Coach Nigel Burton.. one sack. and one sister. Latu played in 14 games. has one brother....... also rushed 58 times for 343 yards and eight 54 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .163 yards.JARREN HORTON Safety FR • HS • 5-8 • 160 Puyallup...... San Antonio JC 15 VINCENT JOHNSON Defensive End FR • HS • 6-2 • 265 Fort Worth. 1991.... and two sisters....... WA Cascade Christian HS touchdowns. 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. 1991... Business major. plans to major in Business Management. 1990.. Spent the 2008 season as a redshirt at Eastern Oregon. 11.. his team won the SPSL championship in 2007.. expected to step in a be a big contributor at safety..... broke up six passes... he played in 13 games. born March 19. as a freshman in 2008. would like to be a coach. has one brother. has four brothers. starter in the 4A/3A Coaches All-Star Game.. one interception and three pass breakups. Brie Ann. completed 80 of 143 passes for 1. 1992........ earned four letters in track and competed at state in the high jump.. a team captain. Reggie... Son of Hola and Kaivai Latu..... Talahiva. making 49 tackles... earned All-Area and second team All-Conference honors.... second team All-Conference and first team All-League.. track and basketball at Federal Way High School. he had 20 tackles.. had nine punts for a 37. career goals would be a professional playing career.. CA West Adams Prep Defensive End FR • HS • 6-3 • 245 South Orange... and two sisters.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 45 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A three-year letterwinner in football at North Crowley High School. born November 28.. hobby is basketball.. named first team All-District 3 at the 5A level as a junior and a senior. Josh. has one brother... Jocelyn and Monica.. born December 27.

Lauderdale. Paul. selected as his team’s Most Dominating Lineman.. earned second team All-League honors in basketball... OR Medford HS Son of Mike and Toni McMillin..... Kirk and Chase. he was named first team AllConference as a punter and second team All-Conference as a quarterback. plans to major in Psychology.. John.. Earned first team All-District honors in football at Coral Springs Charter School... KYLE McMILLIN TAYLOR MEYRICK Tight End FR • HS • 6-5 • 275 Oregon City. making 35 tackles with two sacks. Then sat out one year before coming to PSU.. has three brothers..907 yards. Kira.. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Lettered in football at Jesuit High School. was a freshman in 2007.... Sarah.419 yards.. hobbies are reading... majoring in Business Administration.... as a high jumper holds the school record and placed third in state as a junior.. hobby is gardening. FL Coral Springs Charter/Bacone College TAYLOR MARTINEK Linebacker FR • HS • 6-3 • 220 Portland. throwing 34 touchdown passes against just nine interceptions.. and one sister. an NAIA school in Oklahoma. camping. CA Golden Valley HS/Merced JC 88 80 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered two years in football at Merced Junior College where the program also ran the Pistol offense. a four-year member of the high school honor roll. would like a career working for Nike. a starter at quarterback the last two seasons. also averaged 35. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 55 .... 1991. born January 23. majoring in Accounting.... Lettered in football three times and track four times at South Medford High School. enjoys working at youth football camps. played in 10 games in 2008... and also competed in basketball and track at Golden Valley High School.. team was 10-2 on the season.. Erin and Danielle...SALAS LOUIDOR Wide Receiver SO • JC • 6-2 • 195 Ft. three-time Academic All-Conference as well..4 yards per punt. 19 touchdowns and three interceptions.. fishing. completed 93 of 169 passes for 1.. SHANE MELBO Linebacker JR • JC • 6-1 • 220 Escondido. 1992.. caught 51 passes for 535 yards and three touchdowns during his MJC career....4 yards as a punter. born November 5.............. Shannon. majoring in Spanish. Named first team All-Three Rivers League as a tight end and defensive lineman as a senior at Oregon City High School....... would like to get into coaching after college. has one brother..... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Altide Louidor. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Mike and Sharon Milhollin.. born April 26. CA San Pasqual HS/Palomar JC 8 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE 44 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Played two seasons at Palomar Junior College... PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Anna and Wade Meyrick. plans to major in Business. has two sisters. has one sister.. did not play in 2009. PERSONAL INFORMATION JOSH MILHOLLIN Quarterback FR • HS • 6-4 • 190 Medford. and was a redshirt. yards and touchdowns scored.. as a senior he completed 144 of 236 passes for 1. 1988. Son of Brenda and Brian Martinek. as a junior...... also earned first team All-State honors as a punter... minoring in Health Science. heavily recruited player. 1992.. combined for six letters in football and basketball. also earned All-District honors... hobbies are golf and fishing.. and one sister.. honorable mention All-State. two pass breakups and a blocked kick. sports. OR Jesuit HS 89 43 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Attended Bacone College.. born February 5. a team captain.... 15 touchdowns and six interceptions.. his team won the Central California Conference in his junior year. averaged 37... also rushed for five touchdowns.... named two times All-Golden Gate Conference. played in two post-season All-Star games.. a three-time All-Central California Conference selection. Lettered in football three times. OR Oregon City HS Tight End JR • JC • 6-2 • 240 Merced.. holds school records for receiving.. and fundraising for AIDS for Africa for underprivileged villages. earned All-League and All-State honors as a linebacker in 2009..

..... as well as basketball and track at Charter Oaks High School.. has three brothers. born September 23.. six forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.. Played at Palomar Junior College in 2009. his team won the CIF Division III title his junior season. first member of his family to attend college.. participates in Fellowship of Christian Athletes and enjoys going to church.. majoring in Business and Marketing..... saw brief action in two seasons.. Maya.. Cornerback JR • TR • 6-0 • 190 Compton.. a fumble recovery and four pass breakups.. 2. Alex and Andrew.... a member of the 3.HENRY ORGAN Strong Safety FR • HS • 5-10 • 180 Berkeley.5 sacks.. born December 14... 56 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . reaching the Southern California championship and was ranked eighth nationally. Kendale. born June 13. would like to be a football coach or a social worker. won team MVP honors and the Coaches Award. 1991.. was first team All-CIF... 90 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Originally recruited to Oregon State by Nigel Burton in 2007... 1991. 1991. majoring in Communications.. Also lettered in football and track at Shasta High School.. originally signed with the University of San Diego.. has two brothers.. team defensive MVP as a senior.... his team was 10-3. earned All-Area. majoring in Political Science.. 1990. had 120 tackles as a junior. plans to major in Business and Marketing. was a mentor to incoming freshmen in high school. was League Defensive Player of the Year... Wannisha.0 Club. and one sister.. All-Area and All-Valley as a senior. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Annette Devine. seven tackles for loss.. was a first-team All-State cornerback out of Dominguez High School. played in seven games making six tackles as a true freshman..... Daniel and Tuvalu.... CA Charter Oaks HS Linebacker JR • JC • 5-11 • 230 Oceanside.. Mary’s Prep in Berkeley where he twice earned All-League honors. team MVP as well... hopes to start his own business one day. part of the Best Buddies Program. Angelina and Adrienne.. born April 20. has three brothers. born July 22... All-Valley and League MVP honors as a junior.. has three sisters. A three-year letterwinner at Federal Way High School.. CA Shasta HS/Shasta JC 37 37 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football at St... Calvin Chris and Morgan.. went 13-1 his senior year... PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of James and Tepe Seuma’ala.. also named San Diego County Academic Defensive Player of the Year.... first team All-League.. and one sister... full first name is Allen. Son of Sharon and George Sanford. had 157 tackles on the season.. CA Oceanside HS/San Diego/Palomar JC 47 31 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE A three-time letterwinner in football.... selected as his team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year. hanging with family and friends. ranked 15th-best cornerback in the nation and 25th-best prospect in the state of California out of high school. he had 89 tackles. Angel.. also played quarterback and accounted for 11 touchdowns as a senior. majoring in Communications. first team All-County and first team All-CIF as a senior.. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Trina and Allen Powell. had 46 tackles.. 1988. Adam.. PERSONAL INFORMATION DAVID ROSS Son of Malelega and Fegasoloai Segi. has one sister. his team won the South Puget Sound League Championship. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Attended Shasta Junior College where he played football and ran track. CA Dominguez HS/Oregon State JAMES SEUMA’ALA Defensive Lineman FR • HS • 6-3 • 240 Federal Way.... and three sisters.. his team was a three-time Division II state champion... participates in Black Student Union... Eurasia.. Tina and Rachel.. named first team offensive and defensive lineman in the South Puget Sound League as a senior. Sheena. an interception... CA St.... working with autistic children.. WA Federal Way HS 6 A transfer from Oregon State who is expected to be an important addition to the secondary. his team won four straight conference titles and back-to-back state championships.. Nelle.. hobbies are video games. named second-team All-Southern Conference..... A three-year starter at Oceanside High School. involved in Habitat for Humanity. also earned three letters in track.. MATT SEGI AJ POWELL Wide Receiver/Kick Returner FR • HS • 5-8 • 165 Pasadena...... Son of Kellie Polk. as a junior. has one brother.. and one sister. Mary’s Prep SHAUGHN SANFORD Running Back SR • JC • 5-10 • 200 Redding..

reaching the Southern California championship and was ranked eighth nationally. had 17 tackles and a sack as a freshman. has two brothers. was tabbed the No. 5. did not see action until 2009 when he played in the Huskies’ win over Idaho. also a league champion in wrestling..671 from the field as a senior... will graduate this spring. 1990. and two sisters.. Son of Karla and Val Polk. and one sister.. born April 5.. born March 26... CA North HS 77 46 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Spent three years at Washington..he starred on the Viking basketball team for four seasons..... made game-winning dunk with 3... brothers are Trenton and Marcus. as a sophomore....... twice named to the Big Sky All-Tournament team.. had 33 tackles..9 rebounds and and shot a school-record . has two cousins who have played in the NFL.. water skiing and hiking. born June 27. a sack and a forced fumble. earned second team All-League and second team All-State honors.. has one brother. hobbies are haning out with family... 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 57 . com....8 points... 1992. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Familiar to Viking fans for a different reason .663).. HI Education Lab HS/Palomar JC PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE PERSONAL INFORMATION Lettered in football three times at Oregon City High School... averaged 10. PERSONAL INFORMATION RONNIE SIMMONS Wide Receiver FR • HS • 6-0 • 175 Oregon City.. four tackles for loss. wants to get into Communications and Broadcast Journalism.. Criminal Justice major... Valentino. PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE Lettered in football. his team was 10-3.... also lettered twice in track.. Emmit and Reese. played one season of football in high school before focusing on his basketball career.SCOTT SHUGERT Offensive Lineman JR • TR • 6-5 • 305 Oregon City. hobbies are playing basketball and hanging out with friends. A four-year letterwinner in basketball. he was named first team All-Southern Conference. first team All-League and All-CIF as a senior. Pre-Med major. also participated on two Big Sky Champion teams and two NCAA Tournaments (2008 and 2009).. Ronisha and Shegouya. A standout offensive and defensive lineman at Oregon City High School.5 seconds left to play in beating Montana State for the 2009 Big Sky Tournament Championship.... has been the Defensive Player of the Year each of the last two seasons in his league. PERSONAL INFORMATION Son of Greg and Toria Thomas. Ryan. tabbed as the No. hobbies are playing the piano. 62 recruit on SuperPrep’s Northwest 100 list. 10 overall recruit in the state of Oregon by Rivals.. earned his degree in Business Administration...... hobbies are hanging out with friends... set school records for career games played (121). Tristin.... ALIKA VAIESE 35 Defensive Tackle JR • JC • 6-1 • 275 Kalini. 1992. Was a three-year starter at Education Lab High School...... has the size and athleticism to fill the role.. named the No. PERSONAL INFORMATION 81 Son of Esther and Emelio Vaiese. 30........ CA Tokay HS Played two years at Palomar Junior College. OR Oregon City HS Son of Blanca and Robert Tobias.. 64 offensive guard prospect in the nation by Scout... basketball and baseball at North High School. he walked on with the football team in the spring.. selected to play in the Hawai’i All-Star game... born Oct. and three sisters. earned honorable mention All-Three Rivers League recognition. reading and basketball... OR Oregon City HS/Washington BRANDON TOBIAS Defensive End FR • HS • 6-2 • 210 Torrance..com as a senior... one as a redshirt. playing video games and relaxing. Fialani and Aaliah. Kennedy.. 1988. high school student council. second team All-League as a sophomore. so impressed the coaching staff that he figures to play an important role in 2010. has one brother. career wins (78). 97 PREVIOUS TO PORTLAND STATE JULIUS THOMAS Tight End SR • HS • 6-5 • 240 Stockton. first team All-Area as a junior.... would like to become a nurse. career field goals percentage (.

and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Montana. Idaho. Tennis*. indoor and outdoor track and field.Idaho. replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one. Soccer* * Conference champion receives automatic bid to NCAA Tournament Assistant Commissioner/Compliance Jaynee Nadolski • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x15 e-mail: jnadolski@bigskyconference. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members . The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988. there are also championships in football. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. Outdoor Track and Field. On Feb 25. Idaho. basketball and tennis. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision.org 58 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .com Founded: 1963 Affiliation: NCAA I Members: Eastern Washington.com Commissioner Douglas B. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A. Northern Arizona. Indoor Track and Field. The Big Sky returned to a nine-team format in 2006 with the addition of Northern Colorado.. is not represented in the Big Sky. forming one league for both men and women. the legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. the Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. 1963. and women’s volleyball. Indoor Track and Field. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88. Utah. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. Volleyball*.org Officiating Services (Football) Doug Toole • Phone: (435) 645-8466 Fax: (435) 615-7388 Officiating Services (Volleyball. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel. Nevada. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona.org Assistant Commissioner/Media Relations Jon Kasper • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x16 e-mail: jkasper@bigskyconference.bigskyconf. Mont.org Media Relations/Marketing Director Tanner Gooch • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x17 e-mail: tgooch@bigskyconference. the fifth com- missioner of the Big Sky Conference. UT 84401 Phone: (801) 392-1978 Fax: (801) 392-5568 www. Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Arizona. Fullerton • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x10 e-mail: dfullerton@bigskyconference. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports. which gave the league eight members.org Doug Fullerton Big Sky Conference Commissioner Jon Kasper Big Sky Conference Media Relations Executive Assistant Janet Carpenter • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x10 e-mail: jcarpenter@bigskyconference. Idaho State. promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. In addition. Montana. the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello. Montana State. Basketball) Marla Denham • Phone: (480) 497-0404 Fax: (480) 497-9111 • e-mail: mdenham@q.B. Sacramento State. Holt. Portland State. Basketball*. golf and soccer. 20. Northern Colorado. Idaho State. 1963. who served from 1963-71. Mont. Idaho State. Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. Weber State Sports Sponsored MEN: Cross Country.THE BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 48th year of athletic competition in 2010-11. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Arizona and now Colorado. Tennis* WOMEN: Cross Country. Montana. Suite 201 Ogden.org Accounts Technician Christy Hatley • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x13 e-mail: chatley@bigskyconference. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington. sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs.”Jack Hollowell. Doug Fullerton. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls. including men’s and women’s cross country. Northern Colorado. beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana.org Associate Commissioner/Championships Ron Loghry • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x14 e-mail: rloghry@bigskyconference. a former Montana advertising director. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports.. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State. With the addition of Northern Colorado. Portland State. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league. in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky. Golf*. Gonzaga. BIG SKY CONFERENCE INFORMATION Mailing and Street Address: 2491 Washington. 1995. Oregon and California.org Media Relations Intern Anne Morrison • Phone: (801) 392-1978 x12 e-mail: amorrison@bigskyconference. will enter his 14th year at the helm. with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). Montana State. Basketball*. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 2009-10 season will mark the 22nd year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. to Missoula. Montana State and Weber State. Football*. Outdoor Track and Field.

Eastern Washington 2005: Eastern Washington*. 11. Nov. 20 *Montana State at Montana *Idaho State at Eastern Washington Weber State at Texas Tech Sacramento State at UC Davis *Portland State at Northern Arizona *Big Sky Conference Game Football Championship Subdivision Playoffs Nov. National Championship (Frisco. 7. Northern Arizona 2004: Montana*. 9 *Northern Arizona at Eastern Washington *Idaho State at Montana *Portland State at Montana State *Northern Colorado at Sacramento State Saturday. Sept.500 254 216 4-4 .667 . Oct.125 160 294 1-7 . Nov. 18 Portland State at Oregon Drake at Montana State *Idaho State at Northern Colorado *Montana at Eastern Washington *Weber State at Sacramento State Saturday. Quarterfinals Dec. 25 *Northern Arizona at Idaho State Northern Colorado at Michigan State *Eastern Washington at Montana State *Sacramento State at Montana UC Davis at Weber State Saturday.091 537 404 338 257 327 274 202 232 142 285 329 260 244 327 371 288 372 424 9-0 4-1 4-1 4-2 3-2 3-2 2-4 1-5 1-4 5-1 4-3 3-4 3-2 2-4 2-4 1-4 1-4 0-6 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Won 1 Lost 2 Lost 5 Won 1 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 59 . 23 *Sacramento State at Eastern Washington *Northern Arizona at Montana *Portland State at Weber State *Northern Colorado at Montana State Saturday. 27. Idaho 1969: Montana 1970: Montana 1971: Idaho 1972: Montana State 1973: Boise State 1974: Boise State 1975: Boise State 1976: Montana State 1977: Boise State 1978: Northern Arizona 1979: Montana State 1980: Boise State 1981: Idaho State 1982: Montana 1983: Nevada 1984: Montana State 1985: Idaho 1986: Nevada 1987: Idaho 1988: Idaho 1989: Idaho 1990: Nevada 1991: Nevada 1992: Eastern Washington.273 .000 290 164 6-2 . 6 Idaho State at Georgia *Weber State at Montana State *Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado *Portland State at Sacramento State Saturday. Idaho* 1993: Montana 1994: Boise State 1995: Montana 1996: Montana 1997: Eastern Washington 1998: Montana 1999: Montana 2000: Montana 2001: Montana 2002: Montana. Nov.625 200 156 4-4 . 11 Idaho State at Utah State Montana State at Washington State Montana at Cal Poly *Northern Colorado at Weber State Portland State at UC Davis Western Oregon at Sacramento State Northern Arizona at Arizona State Central Washington at Eastern Washington Saturday.BIG SKY CONFERENCE COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday.182 . Montana 2009: Montana *Earned automatic berth into NCAA I FCS playoffs 2009 BIG SKY CONFERENCE STANDINGS BIG SKY GAMES W-L PCT. Montana State 2006: Montana 2007: Montana 2008: Weber State*.500 221 267 1-7 . TX) BIG SKY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS 1963: Idaho State 1964: Montana State 1965: Weber State. Idaho State. Semifinals Jan. Sept.455 . First Round Dec. PF PA Home Away Streak Montana Eastern Washington Weber State Montana State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Northern Colorado Portland State Idaho State 8-0 1.455 . 17/18.636 .583 .750 246 155 5-3 . Sept. Oct. Oct. 4 UM-Western at Idaho State Sacramento State at Stanford Fort Lewis at Montana State Western State at Montana Weber State at Boston College Adams State at Northern Colorado Portland State at Arizona State Saturday. 16 *Eastern Washington at Northern Colorado *Weber State at Idaho State *Montana State at Northern Arizona *Montana at Portland State Saturday.933 . Oct. 2 Western New Mexico at Northern Arizona Eastern Washington at Nevada Saturday. Montana State. 4. Oct. Montana. PF PA W-L ALL GAMES PCT. Sept. Second Round Dec.125 147 210 1-7 . Montana State* 2003: Montana State*.125 117 277 14-1 8-4 7-5 7-4 5-6 5-6 3-8 2-9 1-10 . 30 *Montana State at Idaho State *Montana at Weber State *Sacramento State at Northern Arizona Northern Colorado at South Dakota *Eastern Washington at Portland State Saturday.750 288 184 6-2 . 2 Northern Arizona at Southern Utah *Eastern Washington at Weber State *Montana at Northern Colorado *Idaho State at Portland State *Montana State at Sacramento State Saturday. Sept. Montana. Idaho 1966: Montana State 1967: Montana State 1968: Weber State. 13 North Dakota at Montana *Southern Utah at Eastern Washington *Sacramento State at Idaho State *Northern Colorado at Portland State *Weber State at Northern Arizona Saturday.

VA Blue Hens Pride Dukes Black Bears Minutemen Wildcats Huskies Rams Spiders Tigers Wildcats Tribe PATRIOT LEAGUE Bucknell Colgate Fordham Georgetown Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Lewisburg. 10-9 Massachusetts def. 2011. ND Sioux Falls Cedar City. NY Hanover. NY Lexington. Delaware. MT Bozeman. PA Bison Red Raiders Rams Hoyas Crusaders Leopards Engineers SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Alabama A&M Alabama State Alcorn State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Grambling State Jackson State Mississippi Valley State Prairie View A&M Southern Texas Southern Huntsville. SC Conway. OH Redbirds Sycamores Bears Bison Panthers Jackrabbits Salukis Leathernecks Penguins The NCAA I FCS Championship game will be played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco. ND Cedar Falls. CT Pittsburgh. 40-0 James Madison def. DE Tallahassee. NC Davidson. Austin. NC Greenville. 30-7 Boise State def. TX Hammond. PA Princeton. 49-29 Youngstown State def. Youngstown State. NJ Moon Township. CT Bears Lions Big Red Big Green Crimson Quakers Tigers Bulldogs MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Bethune-Cookman Delaware State Florida A&M Hampton Howard Morgan State Norfolk State North Carolina A&T South Carolina State Winston-Salem State Daytona Beach. Western Carolina. 31-28 Youngstown State def. TX Bears Cardinals Cowboys Colonels Demons Bearkats Lions Lumberjacks Bobcats Newark. 49-21 Richmond def. AL Murray. NY Washington. SC Elon. VA Savannah. 31-21 Appalachian State def. Boise State. TX PIONEER LEAGUE Butler Campbell Davidson Dayton Drake Jacksonville Marist Morehead State San Diego Valparaiso GREAT WEST CONFERENCE Cal Poly UC Davis North Dakota South Dakota Southern Utah San Luis Obispo. SC Winston-Salem. OR Sacramento. AR Beaumont. MA Kingston. SC Statesboro. SC Boiling Springs. GA Birmingham. IN Springfield. Northern Iowa. 21-16 Appalachian State def. NC Orangeburg. 24-7 Villanova def. UT Mustangs Aggies Fighting Sioux Coyotes Thunderbirds Indianapolis. Marshall. Lehigh. 36-13 Youngstown State def. IL Macomb. ME Amherst. VA Clinton. FL Dover. NH Cambridge. NY Harrisonburg. TX Baton Rouge. NY New Britain. 17-12 Georgia Southern def. AZ Greeley. IN Buies Creek. MT Flagstaff. 34-14 Delaware def. NC Norfolk. LA Jackson. 35-28 Eastern Kentucky def. 17-14 Southern Illinois def. LA Huntsville. VA Orono. Arkansas State. Georgia Southern. Francis (PA) Wagner Albany. NC Dayton. MA Durham. Stephen F. RI Atlanta. Furman. LA Natchitoches. TX on Jan. 60 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . MD Villanova. IA Jacksonville. 37-34 Georgia Southern def. CO Portland. Eastern Kentucky. Marshall. PA Fairfield. MA Philadelphia. 43-42 Furman def. AL Chattanooga. GA Durham. 44-42 Georgia Southern def. Massachusetts. 31-29 Idaho State def. NC Charleston. GA Mobile. TX Lake Charles. Montana. MO Fargo. FL Hampton. McNeese State.NCAA I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION BIG SKY CONFERENCE Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana Montana State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Weber State Cheney. 34-23 Eastern Kentucky def. 43-7 Montana State def. KY Cape Girardeau. LA Nacogdoches. Montana. Montana. TN Cookeville. ID Missoula. NH Boston. Delaware. Marshall. MD Norfolk. VA Clarksville. MS Itta Bena. SC Stony Brook. 28-14 Montana def. SC Mountaineers Bulldogs Phoenix Paladins Eagles Bulldogs Mocs Catamounts Terriers BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Liberty Presbyterian Stony Brook VMI OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Buccaneers Chanticleers Bulldogs Flames Blue Hose Seawolves Keydets Austin Peay State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Murray State SE Missouri State Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Charleston. AL Lorman. Louisiana Tech. MO Martin. TN Governors Panthers Colonels Gamecocks Racers Indians Skyhawks Tigers Golden Eagles SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Montana. AL Montgomery. NC Lynchburg. TN Nashville. 22-20 Marshall def. AL Bulldogs Panthers Eagles Monarchs Tigers Jaguars NCAA I FCS CHAMPIONS 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Florida A&M def. TN Charleston. CA Ogden. CA Davis. DC Worcester. 59-24 Georgia Southern def. Colgate. PA Hamilton. UT Eagles Bengals Grizzlies Bobcats Lumberjacks Bears Vikings Hornets Wildcats NORTHEAST CONFERENCE Albany Central Connecticut St Duquesne Monmouth Robert Morris Sacred Heart St. PA Staten Island. SD Cardondale. VA Greensboro. Nevada. IL Terre Haute. 19-6 Georgia Southern def. Youngstown State. FL Poughkeepsie. TN Cullowhee. WA Pocatello. 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ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS

2010 Sun Devils’ Schedule
Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Dec. 2 Portland State Northern Arizona @ Wisconsin Oregon* @ Oregon State* @ Washington* @ California* Washington State* @ USC* Stanford* UCLA* @ Arizona*

September 4 • 7 p.m. • Sun Devil Stadium (71,706), Tempe, AZ
Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.970.am • Pregame show: 6 p.m. Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www.bigskytv.org

Head Coach Dennis Erickson

junior Defensive Tackle Lawrence Guy

Sophomore Linebacker Vontaze Burfict

* Pac-10 Conference game

Arizona State Information
Location: Tempe, AZ Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 67,082 Conference: Pac-10 Nickname: Sun Devils Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Dr. Michael Crow Athletics Director: Lisa Love Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium Capacity: 71,706

2010 Arizona State Outlook

VIKINGS vs. SUN DEVILS
All-Time Series
1st meeting

2009 Record: 4-8 Conference Record/Finish: 2-7/9th Returning Starters: 15 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 7/5/3 Returning Letterwinners: 51

Top Returning Sun Devils

Arizona State Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Dennis Erickson Alma Mater: Montana State, 1970 ASU Record: 19-17/3 years All-Time vs. PSU: 0-0 Overall Record: 167-83-1/21 years Football Office Phone: call SID

Assistant Coaches

Rushing: Cameron Marshall, 64-280-2 Passing: Brock Osweiler, 24-55-2, 249 yards, 2 TD Samson Szakacsy, 32-50-1, 362 yards, 4 TD Receiving: Gerell Robinson, 26-261-0 Kerry Taylor, 23-276-0 Defense: Vontaze Burfict, LB, 69T-7TFL-2SK-5PBU-2FR-2FF Lawrence Guy, DT, 37T-7TFL-4.5SK-FR-FF Brandon Magee, LB, 34T-7TFL-2SK-INT Saia Falahola, DT, 26T-7TFL-4SK-FR

Offensive Coordinator: Noel Mazzone Defensive Coordinator: Craig Bray Defensive Line: Grady Stretz Defensive Backs: Greg Burns Offensive Line: Gregg Smith Tight Ends/Special Teams: Jamie Christian Wide Receivers: Steve Broussard Linebackers: Trent Bray Running Backs: Bryce Erickson

2009 Arizona State Sun Devils (4-8)
W W L L W W L L L L L L Idaho State _____________ 50-3 Louisiana-Monroe ________ 38-14 @ Georgia ______________ 17-20 @ Oregon State __________ 17-28 @ Washington State ______ 27-14 Washington _____________ 24-17 @ Stanford ______________ 14-33 California _______________ 21-23 USC ___________________ 9-14 @ Oregon_______________ 21-44 @ UCLA ________________ 13-23 Arizona ________________ 17-20

Sun Devils’ Sports Information
Football SID: Mark Brand E-mail: mark.brand@asu.edu Office Phone: 480.965.6592 Mobile Phone: Press Box Phone: 480.965.6207 Internet Site: www.thesundevils.com

STORYLINES

• Portland State is 2-25 all-time against NCAA I FBS teams. Last year, the Vikings lost at another Pac-10 school, Oregon State, 34-7. • The Vikings are 0-8 all-time against Pac-10 programs (0-3 vs. Oregon, 0-3 vs. Oregon State, 0-1 vs. Washington State, 0-1 vs. California). • The Vikings will open and close their 11-game regular season schedule in the state of Arizona, playing at Arizona State on Sept. 4, and Northern Arizona on Nov. 20. • ASU wide receivers coach Steve Broussard was a running backs and wide receivers coach at Portland State from 2004-06 under Head Coach Tim Walsh.

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UC DAVIS AGGIES

2010 Aggies’ Schedule
Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20
Senior Tight End Dean Rogers

September 11 • 6 p.m. • Aggie Stadium (10,849), Davis, CA
Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.970.am • Pregame show: 5 p.m. Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www.bigskytv.org

*Great West Conference game Head Coach Bob Biggs Senior Free Safety Danny Hart

@ California Portland State @ San Diego @ Weber State @ San Jose State South Dakota* South Alabama Southern Utah* @ North Dakota* @ Cal Poly* Sacramento State

UC Davis Information

Location: Davis, CA Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 31,426 Conference: Great West Nickname: Aggies Colors: Yale Blue and Gold Chancellor: Dr. Linda Katehi Athletics Director: Greg Warzecka Stadium: Aggie (Artificial turf ) Capacity: 10,849

2010 UC Davis Outlook

VIKINGS vs. AGGIES
All-Time Series
Portland State leads 6-4 PSU leads 5-2 in Portland UCD leads 2-1 in Davis Sept. 14, 1974: UCD 50-21 @ Davis Nov. 15, 1975: PSU 32-21 @ Portland Nov. 21, 1992: PSU 42-28 @ Portland* Oct. 7, 1995: PSU 40-13 @ Portland Oct. 12, 1996: PSU 32-27 @ Portland Nov. 20, 2004: PSU 38-21 @ Portland Sept. 10, 2005: PSU 14-12 @ Davis Sept. 8, 2007: UCD 26-17 @ Portland Sept. 13, 2008: UCD 38-24 @ Davis Oct. 24, 2009: UCD 34-31 @ Portland *NCAA II playoff game Streak: UCD has won three in a row Most Points, PSU: 42, 1992 Most Points, UCD: 50, 1974 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 27, 40-13 in 1995 UCD: 29, 50-21 in 1974

2009 Record: 6-5 Conference Record/Finish: 3-1/1st Returning Starters: 17 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 8/6/3 Returning Letterwinners: 51

Top Returning Aggies

UC Davis Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bob Biggs Alma Mater: UC Davis, 1973 UCD Record: 130-66-1/17 years All-Time vs. PSU: 3-4 Overall Record: 130-66-1/17 years Football Office Phone: 530.752.3525

Assistant Coaches

Offensive Coordinator/TEs: Mike Moroski Defensive Coordinator/LBs: Mark Johnson Running Backs/Special Teams: Greg Chapla Defensive Backs: Nevan Bergan Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coord.: Matt Wade Defensive Backs: Jeff Kopp Offensive Line: Tim Keane Defensive Line: Dallas Sartz Defensive Line: Jason Fisk Quarterbacks: Tim Plough

Rushing: Joe Trombetta, 119-395-4 Josh Reese, 68-375-2 Corbin Cutshaw, 36-152-0 Passing: None Receiving: Sean Creadick, 39-466-5 Joe Trombetta, 30-206-1 Dean Rogers, 29-326-2 Defense: Danny Hart, FS, 53T-4PBU-3FR Dozie Amajoyi, LB, 50T-2SK Jacob Maxson, DT, 36T-7.5TFL-3.5SK-FR-BK Eric Sobotka, DE, 32T-5TFL-2SK-2PBU

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Aggies Sports Information

Football SID: Mike Robles E-mail: merobles@ucdavis.edu Office Phone: 530.752.3680 Mobile Phone: 530.979.1747 Press Box Phone: 530.752.9367 Internet Site: www.ucdavisaggies.com

@ Fresno State __________ 0-51 Montana ______________10-17 Western Oregon ________29-13 @ Boise State ___________16-34 @ South Dakota (ot) _____24-23 Winston-Salem State_____45-14 @ Portland State ________34-31 @ Southern Utah ________35-56 Cal Poly _______________23-10 North Dakota___________28-20 @ Sacramento State _____28-31

STORYLINES
• After Portland State had dominated the series with six wins in a row, UC Davis has won three straight meetings. • Former Viking Head Coach Jerry Glanville was 0-3 against Aggie Coach Bob Biggs (2007-09). Former Viking Coach Tim Walsh (now a conference rival of UCD as Head Coach at Cal Poly) was 4-0 against Biggs while at PSU (1993-2006). • The teams are meeting for the sixth time in seven seasons for a non-conference game. • The last time the teams met in Davis, the Aggies exploded for 588 yards of offense, including 156 rushing yards and two touchdowns by running back Joe Trombetta. • With last year’s win over PSU, UC Davis has won two in a row at PGE Park. The Aggies totaled 484 yards of offense and outscored the Vikings 17-3 in the fourth period to win 34-31. 62

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OREGON DUCKS

2010 Ducks’ Schedule

September 18 • TBA • Autzen Stadium (54,000), Eugene, OR
Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.970.am • Pregame show: TBA Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www.bigskytv.org

Sept. 4 NEW MEXICO Sept. 11 @ Tennessee Sept. 18 PORTLAND STATE Sept. 25 @ Arizona State* Oct. 2 STANFORD* Oct. 9 @ Washington State* Oct. 21 UCLA* Oct. 30 @ USC* Nov. 6 WASHINGTON* Nov. 13 @ California* Nov. 26 ARIZONA* Dec. 4 @ Oregon State* * Pac-10 Conference game
Senior Defensive End Kenny Rowe

Head Coach Chip Kelly

Senior Running Back LaMichael James

Oregon Information

Location: Eugene, OR Founded: 1876 Enrollment: 20,376 Conference: Pac-10 Nickname: Ducks Colors: Green and Yellow President: Richard Lariviere Athletics Director: TBA Stadium: Autzen (Artificial turf ) Capacity: 54,000

2010 Oregon Outlook

VIKINGS vs. DUCKS
All-Time Series
Oregon leads 3-0 UO leads 3-0 in Eugene Sept. 3, 1994: UO 58-16 @ Eugene Sept. 21, 2002: UO 41-0 @ Eugene Oct. 28, 2006: UO 55-12 @ Eugene Streak: Oregon has won three in a row Most Points, PSU: 16, 1994 Most Points, UO: 58, 1994 Largest Margin of Victory UO: 43, 2006

2009 Record: 10-3 Conference Record/Finish: 8-1/1st Returning Starters: 19 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 9/8/2 Returning Letterwinners: 41 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 19/24/3

Top Returning Aggies

Oregon Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Chip Kelly Alma Mater: New Hampshire, 1990 UO Record: 10-3/1 year All-Time vs. PSU: 0-0 Overall Record: 10-3/1 year Football Office Phone: 541.346.3825

Rushing: LaMichael James, 230-1,546-14 Passing: Nate Costa, 20-33-1, 197 yards, 1 TD Receiving: Jeff Maehl, 53-696-6 Defense: John Boyett, FS, 90T-2TFL-3INT Kenny Rowe, DE, 42T-15TFL-11.5SK-4PBU-3FF-FR

Assistant Coaches

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Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Mark Helfrich Defensive Coordinator/OLBs: Nick Aliotti Defensive Line: Jerry Azzinaro Running Backs: Gary Campbell Wide Receivers: Scott Frost Offensive Line/Run Game Coord.: Steve Greatwood Secondary: John Neal Tight Ends/Special Teams Coord.: Tom Osborne Inside Linebackers/Recruiting: Don Pellum

Oregon Sports Information
Football SID: Dave Williford E-mail: diw@uoregon.edu Office Phone: 541.346.5488 Mobile Phone: 541.729.6801 Press Box Phone: 541.346.7074 Internet Site: www.goducks.com

@ Boise State ___________ 8-19 Purdue ________________38-36 Utah __________________31-24 California ______________ 42-3 Washington State _______ 52-6 @ UCLA _______________24-10 @ Washington __________43-19 USC __________________47-20 @ Stanford _____________42-51 Arizona State ___________44-21 @ Arizona (ot) __________44-41 Oregon State ___________37-33 vs. Ohio State (Rose Bowl) 17-26

STORYLINES
• The meeting with Oregon will be the fourth in history between the in-state schools, and the third in the last eight years. • The Ducks hold a convincing 3-0 series lead, having won games by 41, 42, and 43 points. • The Vikings are 0-8 all-time against Pac-10 programs (0-3 vs. Oregon, 0-3 vs. Oregon State, 0-1 vs. Washington State, 0-1 vs. California). PSU also plays Arizona State from the Pac-10 in 2010. • Portland State is 2-25 all-time against NCAA I FBS teams. Last year, the Vikings lost to Oregon State, 34-7. • UO Tight Ends/Special Teams Coach Tom Osborne coached at Portland State under Pokey Allen from 1986-92.

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2. 10. 2000 Most Points.000 2010 Idaho State Outlook 2009 Record: 1-10 Conference Record/Finish: 1-7/T7 Returning Starters: 13 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 7/6/0 Returning Letterwinners: 34 Big Sky Conference Series Idaho State leads 8-6 ISU leads in Pocatello 6-1 PSU leads in Portland 5-2 Top Returning Bengals Idaho State Coaching Staff Head Coach: John Zamberlin Alma Mater: Pacific Lutheran. 11 Sept. 1. 25 Oct. 10. 37-540-6 Defense: AJ Storms. 1971: ISU 37-0 @ Portland Sept. 23. 1994: PSU 38-21 @ Pocatello Big Sky Conference games Nov. 2 Oct.bigskytv. 1965: ISU 27-7 @ Pocatello Nov.isubengals. 13 Nov. 14.282. • Idaho State won the first 10 times in the series. 6.282. 1976: PSU 26-14 @ Pocatello Oct. 1982: ISU 38-14 @ Pocatello Sept. OR Radio: Freedom 970 AM • Internet: www. 1996: ISU 31-12 @ Portland Nov. pulling out a 41-34 win in a crazy finish. 1. Line: Brian Strandley Running Backs/Special Teams: Nick Whitworth Wide Receivers: Drew Miller Offensive Line: Jon Clark Defensive Line: Josh Fetter Defensive Backs: Steve Amrine Tight Ends: Junior Falavai 2009 Idaho State Bengals (1-10) L L L L L L L L L L W @ Arizona State _________ 3-50 @ Oklahoma ___________ 0-64 @ Weber State __________17-44 Central Washington _____22-33 Eastern Washington _____ 3-38 @ Sacramento State _____17-38 Northern Colorado ______ 7-30 @ Northern Arizona _____12-40 @ Montana State ________10-41 Montana ______________10-12 Portland State __________41-34 Bengals Sports Information Football SID: TBA E-mail: TBA Office Phone: 208. 9. 1977: PSU 47-0 @ Portland Sept. 25.282. 2003: ISU 30-20 @ Pocatello Nov. 24. LB. 143-259-8. BENGALS All-Time Series Idaho State leads 23-11-1 ISU leads in Portland 9-8 ISU leads in Pocatello 14-3-1 Idaho State Information Location: Pocatello. 23. 16 Oct.m. 1966: ISU 12-7 @ Portland Nov. 1985: ISU 23-10 @ Portland Oct. 1973: ISU 21-13 @ Portland Nov. 1978: ISU 27-13 @ Pocatello Nov. 1981: ISU 28-9 @ Portland Sept. the home team has won the game in the series between Portland State and Idaho State. • The teams have met 35 times in the last 45 years. 1974: ISU 24-16 @ Pocatello Oct. the Bengals scored a touchdown with 32 seconds to play at Holt Arena. from 1965 to 1974. 6 Nov.5TFL-2INT-3PBU-3FR Dustin Tew. Portland State’s defensive line coach the last four years. 15. 1969: ISU 46-23 @ Portland Nov. 64 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 20. 1968: ISU 52-30 @ Pocatello Nov. 1979: PSU 44-14 @ Portland Sept. 14.486 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Bengals Colors: Orange and Black President: Dr.2779 Assistant Coaches Rushing: None Passing: Russel Hill. 20 Senior Offensive Lineman Mitch Rudder October 2 • 5:05 p. • Josh Fetter. 1972: ISU 51-6 @ Pocatello Nov. 82T-3. 30 Nov. 26. 10. 30. 18. LB. • Hillsboro Stadium (7. 4 Sept. ISU: 59. 11. PSU: 2-1 Overall Record: 68-70/13 years Football Office Phone: 208. 2.com Oct. 1998: ISU 43-41 @ Portland Oct. 8 TDs Receiving: Jaron Taylor. 1999: PSU 52-13 @ Pocatello Oct.4 IDAHO STATE BENGALS 2010 Bengals’ Schedule Sept.970. Arthur Vailas Athletics Director: Jeff Tingey Stadium: Holt Arena (Artificial turf ) Capacity: 12. 7. 18 Sept.am • Pregame show: 4 p. 2004: PSU 42-21 @ Portland Nov. 51-6 in 1972 STORYLINES • For 10 straight seasons.2952 Internet Site: www.5TFL-INT-3FR-FF-PBU Philip Arias. but the Bengals still hold an 8-6 advantage in Big Sky Conference meetings. 1970: ISU 37-6 @ Pocatello Nov. 1997: ISU 26-24 @ Pocatello Sept. 1993: PSU 21-7 @ Portland Oct.m. however two of those victories have been over the Vikings. 1980 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 47.5TFL-INT-4PBU-2FF Chris Holmesly.389 yards.org Head Coach John Zamberlin Junior Linebacker AJ Storms * Big Sky Conference game Montana-Western @ Utah State @ Northern Colorado* Northern Arizona* @ Portland State* @ Montana* Weber State* Montana State* @ Georgia Sacramento State* @ Eastern Washington* VIKINGS vs. • ISU has won just five games in John Zamberlin’s three seasons as head coach. • Last season. 113T-3. 1967: ISU 22-21 @ Portland Sept. is now the defensive line coach for Idaho State. 13. 29. 80T-2TFL-SK-2INT-3PBU-FR-FF Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Phil Earley Defensive Coordinator/D. 14. 30. 2000: PSU 59-21 @ Portland Oct. 1. DB. 51-547-3 Kelvin Krosch. 9 Oct. 9. 14. 14. 1.825). DB. 2009: ISU 41-34 @ Pocatello Streak: The home team has won 10 straight in the series Most Points. 27. 5.2621 Mobile Phone: TBA Press Box Phone: 208. 2001: ISU 23-17 @ Pocatello Nov. 2006: PSU 34-13 @ Portland Oct. and it has been virtually even since. 1980: ISU 59-33 @ Pocatello Oct. 2002: PSU 27-24 @ Portland Nov. • It has been 12 years since the Bengals won in Portland. 2007: ISU 38-20 @ Pocatello Oct. ID Founded: 1901 Enrollment: 14. 6. 120T-5. 2008: PSU 36-13 @ Portland Nov. Hillsboro. 16. Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 2005: ISU 36-34 @ Pocatello Oct. 47-0 in 1977 ISU: 45. 1979 ISU Record: 5-29/3 years All-Time vs. PSU: 59. 1987: Tie 24-24 @ Pocatello Sept. 3.

m. 16.500 VIKINGS vs. 1996: MSU 24-6 @ Bozeman Oct. 1.5SK-3INT-3PBU Michael Rider. 16 Oct. 2 Oct. 52-7 in 1967 Bobcats Sports Information Football SID: Bill Lamberty E-mail: blamberty@msubobcats Office Phone: 406. STORYLINES 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 65 . • PSU has won just two times in Bozeman in 11 all-time appearances and seven Big Sky appearances.970. 20. 17. 7. 11 Sept. 15. 3. 19. 1969: PSU 22-6 @ Billings Oct. 1966: MSU 50-7 @ Portland Sept. 61T. 10. 4TFL-INT-FR-3PBU Dan Ogden.msubobcats. FS. 4. 17. 7. 2000: PSU 31-24 @ Bozeman Nov. Bozeman. They have lost four straight at Bobcat Stadium since then.bigskytv. 1985: PSU 46-28 @ Portland Big Sky Conference games Oct. 15.5TFL-4INT-2PBU-FR Jody Owens. 20 October 9 • 12:35 p. 50-36. 2004: MSU 31-24 @ Bozeman (ot) Oct. PT • Bobcat Stadium (13.com • Portland State will try to turn around the series trend. 27-380-3 Defense: Clay Bignell. 100-173-4. DT. 6 Nov. 7. 26. BOBCATS All-Time Series Montana State leads 15-9 The series is tied in Portland 6-6 MSU leads in Bozeman 9-2 PSU leads in Billings 1-0 2010 Montana State Outlook 2009 Record: 7-4 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/4th Returning Starters: 17 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 8/8/1 Returning Letterwinners: 39 Big Sky Conference Series Montana State leads 8-6 PSU leads in Portland 4-3 MSU leads in Bozeman 5-2 Top Returning Bobcats Montana State Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rob Ash Alma Mater: Cornell (IA).am • Pregame show: 11:30 a.5133 Mobile Phone: 406. • The other trend the Vikings would like to stop is scoring . 2009: MSU 28-10 @ Portland Streak: MSU has won four in a row and seven of the last eight Most Points.580.5SK-2PBU 2009 Montana State Bengals (7-4) L W W W L W L W W W L @ Michigan State _______ 3-49 Dixie State _____________23-20 @ Northern Colorado ____ 25-7 @ Weber State __________26-21 Northern Arizona _______10-23 South Dakota (ot) _______31-24 @ Eastern Washington ___24-35 Idaho State ____________41-10 @ Portland State ________10-28 Sacramento State _______27-17 Montana ______________19-33 Sept. 1. 1997: PSU 44-0 @ Portland Oct.m. 3100 Internet Site: www. 1968: MSU 17-6 @ Portland Sept. • Montana State leads the Big Sky series 8-6 and the all-time series 15-9. PSU has also commited 10 turnovers in those games.500). 23.994. 2002: MSU 28-26 @ Bozeman Nov. 15. • The Vikings’ last win in Bozeman came in 2000.. 23 Oct. 1975: MSU 35-34 @ Bozeman Nov. 9 TD Receiving: Everett Gilbert. 13. 1977 Most Points. 1967: MSU 52-7 @ Bozeman Sept. PT Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 1984: MSU 45-22 @ Bozeman Sept.org * Big Sky Conference game Head Coach Rob Ash Senior Defensive Tackle Dan Ogden Senior Offensive Tackle Mike Person Fort Lewis @ Washington State Drake Eastern Washington* @ Sacramento State* Portland State* @ Northern Arizona* Northern Colorado* @ Idaho State* Weber State* @ Montana* Montana State Information Location: Bozeman. • The Vikings were held to just 82 yards passing and 240 total yards in last year’s 28-10 loss at PGE Park. MT Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.the Vikings have given up 127 points.5 MONTANA STATE BOBCATS 2010 Bobcats’ Schedule Sept. 1967 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 44. 71T-7TFL-2. 1974: MSU 29-8 @ Portland Sept. 1973 MSU Record: 20-14/3 years All-Time vs. 2008: MSU 49-32 @ Bozeman Nov. 2005: PSU 44-41 @ Portland Oct. 1999: PSU 49-28 @ Portland Nov.994. MSU won the last meeting in Bozeman. 6.368 yards in the last three meetings. 2007: MSU 50-36 @ Portland Nov. 1998: PSU 34-31 @ Bozeman Oct. PSU: 3-0 Overall Record: 196-113-5/29 years Football Office Phone: 406. LB. having dropped four in a row and seven of the last eight to Montana State. 71T-5.. 1977: PSU 56-35 @ Portland Oct. 44-0 in 1997 MSU: 45. 2006: MSU 14-0 @ Bozeman Nov. 30 Nov.994. Wadad Cruzado Athletics Director: Peter Fields Stadium: Bobcat (FieldTurf ) Capacity: 13. 2001: PSU 33-21 @ Portland Nov. 9 Oct. in 2008. 46-556-6 Elvis Akpla. 7. 44T-8TFL-5. The Vikings had won five in a row in the series from 1997 to 2001. MT Founded: 1893 Enrollment: 12. PSU: 56. LB.5694 Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Brian Wright Run Game Coordinator/TEs: Dale Ploessl Defensive Coordinator/LBs: Jamie Marshall Secondary: Noah Joseph Offensive Line: Jason McEndoo Running Backs: Milo Austin Receivers: Brian Von Bergen Defensive Line: Bo Beck Assistant Secondary: Justin Gaines Rushing: None Passing: Cody Kempt. 25.6781 Press Box Phone: 406. 21. MSU: 52. 18 Sept. 1971: MSU 23-8 @ Bozeman Sept.250 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Blue and Gold President: Dr.3099. 16. 2. 4 Sept.108 yards. 16. 25 Oct. 2003: MSU 25-14 @ Portland Oct.

MT Founded: 1893 Enrollment: 14. Both wins have come at PGE Park (1999 and 2004). 1980 UM Record: 0-0/1st year All-Time vs. 1970: UM 31-25 @ Missoula Nov. UM: 74. 2006: UM 26-20 @ Portland Nov. 9. 25.370. George Dennison Athletics Director: Jim O’Day Stadium: Washington-Grizzly (Sprinturf ) Capacity: 25. 3. 78-134-3. 22. • Hillsboro Stadium (7. 1982: PSU 35-28 @ Portland Sept. 1986: UM 35-14 @ Portland Sept. 30. 2007: UM 34-31 @ Missoula Nov. 1998: UM 20-17 @ Missoula Oct. 1979: PSU 40-32 @ Missoula Sept. 1968: UM 58-0 @ Missoula Oct. 1974: UM 24-14 @ Portland Nov. 17. 24. • The Grizzlies have been nationally-ranked every season the Vikings have played them in Big Sky competition.bigskytv. Montana has won the last two meetings in Portland. • Montana has reached the national championship game each of the last two years before losing to Richmond and Villanova. 1996: UM 63-6 @ Missoula Nov. 2. 30 Nov. 23 Oct. 2003: UM 42-14 @ Missoula Oct.com STORYLINES • Portland State hopes to break Montana’s dominance in the series. 2004: PSU 35-32 @ Portland Oct.5402 Mobile Phone: 406.9435 Press Box Phone: 406. LB. 2005: UM 37-16 @ Missoula Sept. 14. 11 Sept. and 15 of the last 17. 1969: UM 49-14 @ Portland Oct. 26. 26. 1967: UM 55-7 @ Portland Sept. 24. 1999: PSU 51-48 @ Portland (OT) Oct. With a 49-17 win last year at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. SS. 16.5694 Assistant Coaches Assistant Head Coach/RBs: Mick Delaney Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Jonathan Smith Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: Mike Breske Special Teams: Dick Arbuckle Wide Receivers: Shalon Baker Centers/Guards: Bob Beers Tackles/Tight Ends: Scott Gragg Defensive Line: Inoke Breckterfield Linebackers: Mike Hudson Cornerbacks: Aric Williams Rushing: Chase Reynolds. 19. 1965: UM 33-7 @ Portland Oct.org Montana Information Head Coach Robin Pflugrad Senior Quarterback Andrew Selle * Big Sky Conference game Western State @ Cal Poly @ Eastern Washington* Sacramento State* @ Northern Colorado* Idaho State* @ Portland State* Northern Arizona* @ Weber State* North Dakota Montana State* VIKINGS vs. 1977: UM 40-25 @ Missoula Sept. 20 Senior Running Back Chase Reynolds October 16 • 6:05 p. The Vikings were nationally-ranked four times.825). 2009: UM 49-17 @ Missoula Streak: UM has won five in a row. 29. 1983: UM 35-19 @ Missoula Sept. 1976: PSU 50-49 @ Portland Sept.umt. 1971: PSU 36-29 @ Portland Oct. 8. 28 TD Justin Roper. Pflugrad served as a PSU graduate assistant in 1980. Austin (NCAA) _ 51-0 Appalachian State (NCAA) 24-17 vs. 13 Nov. 1989: UM 30-21 @ Missoula Big Sky Conference games Nov. PSU: 75. 16. 31.994. the Grizzlies have won five straight in the series and nine of the last 10 in the series. 18 Sept. • Montana has won outright or shared the last 12 Big Sky Conference titles. 2002: UM 24-21 @ Portland Oct.502-22 Passing: Andrew Selle. 25 Oct. 1981: UM 33-3 @ Missoula Nov.4167 Internet Site: www. 12. 29-0 in 1980 UM: 58.217 2010 Montana Outlook 2009 Record: 14-1 Conference Record/Finish: 8-0/1st Returning Starters: 12 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 5/5/2 Returning Letterwinners: 46 Top Returning Grizzlies Montana Coaching Staff Head Coach: Robin Pflugrad Alma Mater: Portland State. 2008: UM 29-12 @ Portland Sept. 321-1. respectively. 16 Oct. Hillsboro. 28-234-2 Defense: Erik Stoll. 2000: UM 33-21 @ Portland Oct. 58-0 in 1968 Location: Missoula.m. 9 Oct. 9 of 10.5TFL-3PBU-2FF-FR 2009 Montana Grizzlies (14-1) W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L Western State __________ 38-0 @ UC Davis ____________17-10 Portland State __________49-17 @ Northern Arizona (ot) __41-34 Cal Poly _______________35-23 Eastern Washington _____41-34 @ Sacramento State _____45-30 Weber State ____________31-10 @ Idaho State __________12-10 Northern Colorado ______38-10 @ Montana State ________33-19 South Dakota State (NCAA)61-48 Stephen F. 1988: PSU 21-0 @ Portland Sept. GRIZZLIES All-Time Series Montana leads 26-11 Montana leads in Portland 12-8 Montana leads in Missoula 14-3 Big Sky Conference Series Montana leads 12-2 Montana leads 7-0 in Missoula Montana leads 5-2 in Portland Nov.043 yards. 1985: PSU 21-16 @ Missoula Nov.207 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Grizzlies Colors: Copper.243. • PSU has beaten Montana just twice in its 14 seasons as a member of the Big Sky Conference. 31-512-5 Sam Gratton. Villanova (NCAA) _____21-23 Grizzlies Sports Information Football SID: Dave Guffey E-mail: guffeydb@mso. 4 Sept. 79T-2. 66 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 28. 1980 Most Points. 28. 1997: UM 37-7 @ Portland Oct. 38-358-2 Jabin Sambrano. 1980: PSU 29-0 @ Portland Oct. 1975: UM 33-16 @ Missoula Sept. 224-356-6. and 13 of 15 Most Points. 25. 1984: UM 17-16 @ Portland Sept. 25. • New Grizzlies Head Coach Robin Pflugrad is a former Viking who played wide receiver for Mouse Davis in 1978-79. 98T-2INT-4PBU Alex Shaw. PSU: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0/1st year Football Office Phone: 406.montanagrizzlies. 2 Oct. OR Radio: TBA • Internet: TBA • Pregame show: TBA Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 3. 25. 8.243. 951 yards. 6. 28. 18. 30. 20. 1. 1966: UM 10-0 @ Missoula Nov. 2001: UM 33-13 @ Missoula Oct. 8 TD Receiving: Chase Reynolds. 12. 3. 8. 1978: PSU 27-16 @ Portland Nov. 1965 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 29. 24. Silver and Gold President: Dr. 27. 1987: PSU 20-3 @ Missoula Nov.edu Office Phone: 406. 20.6 MONTANA GRIZZLIES 2010 Grizzlies’ Schedule Sept.

48-455-4 Mike Phillips. 5-42-0 Passing: Cameron Higgins. 13. 9. 1998: PSU 34-27 @ Portland Oct. 13. 73-68. UT Founded: 1889 (four-year in 1962) Enrollment: 23. 2006: PSU 20-10 @ Ogden Oct. 2003: WSU 45-21 @ Portland Nov. F. • Portland State has won three of seven Big Sky games in Ogden heading into this year’s contest. 100T-5. 22.6928 Assistant Coaches Rushing: Vaingamalie Tafuna. 2002: WSU 20-14 @ Ogden Nov.org * Big Sky Conference game @ Boston College Northern Colorado* @ Sacramento State* UC Davis Eastern Washington* @ Idaho State* Portland State* Montana* @ Montana State* @ Northern Arizona* @ Texas Tech Weber State Information Head Coach Ron McBride Location: Ogden.970. Ann Millner Athletics Director: Jerry Bovee Stadium: Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart (grass) Capacity: 17. 289-454-20.626. 26. 2000: WSU 41-9 @ Ogden Oct. 20.7 WEBER STATE WILDCATS 2010 Wildcats’ Schedule Sept. 2 Oct. WILDCATS All-Time Series Weber State leads 18-12 PSU leads in Portland 8-7 WSU leads in Ogden 11-4 2010 Weber State Outlook 2009 Record: 7-5 Conference Record/Finish: 6-2/t2nd Returning Starters: 11 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 6/5/0 Returning Letterwinners: 34 Big Sky Conference Series Top Returning Wildcats Weber State Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ron McBride Alma Mater: San Jose State. • The Wildcats have reached the NCAA Playoffs each of the last two seasons. until the 2007 contest.626. 12. • Last year. 13 Nov. 5. 12. but was trumped by WSU quarterback Cameron Higgins’ 410 yards and four touchdowns. 23. LB. 1980: PSU 75-0 @ Portland Sept. combined. 6 Nov. 23 Oct. 16 Oct. 2007: WSU 73-68 @ Portland Nov. ROV. 2004: PSU 34-15 @ Ogden Nov. 17. 19. 1996: WSU 35-10 @ Portland Oct. WSU: 74. 22. 1979: PSU 16-13 @ Ogden Nov. 2008: WSU 31-21 @ Ogden Sept. Ogden. PT • Stewart Stadium (17. 30 Nov. 18. 21. 27. 1982: WSU 20-6 @ Portland Nov. 1980 Most Points.9548 Press Box Phone: 801. 1968: WSU 28-12 @ Portland Oct.626. PT Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 27. 23. 1965: WSU 74-6 @ Ogden Nov. 2001: PSU 65-43 @ Portland Nov.com STORYLINES • Weber State has won the last three meetings in the series. 1971: WSU 54-26 @ Ogden Sept.bigskytv. 21. 1966: WSU 51-6 @ Portland Nov.m. 2009: WSU 36-29 @ Portland Streak: WSU has won three in a row Most Points. PSU: 75.200 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Royal Purple and White President: Dr. Amazingly. turning a 29-28 Viking lead into a 36-29 Viking loss. 11 Sept 18 Sept. 1981: WSU 31-16 @ Ogden Oct. 20 Senior Linebacker Taylor Sedillo October 23 • 2 p. 75-0 in 1980 WSU: 68. 10.am • Pregame show: 1 p. 30 TD Receiving: Joe Collins.500 Senior Quarterback Cameron Higgins VIKINGS vs. • The 2007 meeting at PGE Park in the highest-scoring Division I regulation football game in college history.edu Office Phone: 801. 1997: WSU 16-7 @ Ogden Oct. A Mouse Davis-coached Portland State team won 750 in 1980.500). 26. 11. 12. PSU: 3-2 Overall Record: 120-90/18 years Football Office Phone: 801. 1984: PSU 27-24 @ Portland Sept. 24.6010 Mobile Phone: 801. 8. 1967: WSU 40-21 @ Ogden Oct. A 65-43 win by the Vikings in 2001 at PGE Park was highest-scoring game in PSU history by two teams. 21. 1965 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 75. 58T-4TFL-INT-FR Weber State leads 8-6 Weber State leads 4-3 in Portland Weber State leads 4-3 in Ogden Nov. 39-704-6 Defense: Taylor Sedillo. 1986: PSU 27-22 @ Portland Big Sky Conference games Oct. 9. 97T-3INT-4PBU Nick Webb.weberstatesports. UT Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.698. the Wildcats scored with 17 seconds left at PGE Park. 1983: WSU 37-13 @ Ogden Sept. 74-6 in 1965 Offensive Coordinator/WRs: Matt Hammer co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: Jake Cookus co-Defensive Coordinator/LBs: Colton Swan Quarterbacks: Jason Beck Cornerbacks: Andre Dyson Tight Ends: Tom Stackaruk Fullbacks: Kamaal Ahmad Defensive Line: Jason Kafusi Offensive Line: Cecil Thomas Running Backs: Bryan Zeches 2009 Weber State Wildcats (7-5) L L W W L W W W L W W L @ Wyoming ____________22-29 @ Colorado State________23-24 Idaho State ____________ 44-7 @ Portland State ________36-29 Montana State__________21-26 @ Eastern Washington ___31-13 Sacramento State _______49-10 @ Northern Colorado ____28-20 @ Montana ____________10-31 Northern Arizona _______ 27-9 Cal Poly _______________47-14 @ William & Mary (NCAA) _ 0-38 Wildcats Sports Information Football SID: Brad Larsen E-mail: blarsen3@weber.m. 15. 25 Oct. 1970: PSU 46-14 @ Portland Oct. that was NOT the most points by either team in the series.326 yards. 4 Sept. 1985: WSU 45-24 @ Ogden Sept. S.6588 Internet Site: www. 1963 WSU Record: 32-27/5 years All-Time vs. 2005: PSU 39-14 @ Portland Sept. PSU quarterback Drew Hubel threw for 353 yards and two touchdowns. Weber State earned a 74-6 win in 1965. 1. 1977: WSU 40-22 @ Ogden Sept. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 67 . 1964: PSU 18-10 @ Portland Nov. 16. 1999: PSU 31-14 @ Ogden Oct.5TFL-INT-5PBU-2FF Jordan Brown. 3.

970. 23-294-1 Defense: JC Sherritt. EAGLES All-Time Series Portland State leads 18-13-1 PSU leads in Portland 10-6 PSU leads in Cheney 8-6-1 EWU leads in Seattle 1-0 2010 Eastern Washington Outlook 2009 Record: 8-4 Conference Record/Finish: 6-2/t2nd Returning Starters: 12 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 5/5/2 Returning Letterwinners: 44 Big Sky Conference Series Top Returning Eagles Eastern Washington Coaching Staff Head Coach: Beau Baldwin Alma Mater: Central Washington. PSU: 1-1 Overall Record: 24-12/3 years Football Office Phone: 509. 58T-3TFL-3FF The series is tied 7-7 PSU leads in Portland 4-3 The series is tied 3-3 in Cheney EWU leads in Seattle 1-0 Oct. 1969: PSU 35-0 @ Portland Nov. 11. 2006: PSU 34-0 @ Portland Sept.edu Office Phone: 509. 13 Nov. 31. 23 Oct.280. 1970: PSU 34-0 @ Cheney Nov. PSU: 56. 1. 26-334-3 Brandon Kaufman. 3.213-15 Passing: None Receiving: Taiwan Jones. 170T-11.359. 16 Oct. 1998: PSU 30-27 @ Cheney (ot) Sept.m.goeags. 2.am • Pregame show: 4 p. LB. LB.org * Big Sky Conference game @ Nevada Central Washington Montana* @ Montana State* @ Weber State* Northern Arizona* @ Northern Colorado* Sacramento State* @ Portland State* Southern Utah Idaho State* Eastern Washington Information Location: Cheney.2456 Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator/OL: Aaron Best Defensive Coordinator/DEs: John Graham Running Backs: Chris Hansen Linebackers/Special Teams: Jeff Schmedding Wide Receivers: Junior Adams Defensive Line: Ryan Sawyer Defensive Backs: Torey Hunter Tight Ends: Heath Pulver Quarterbacks: Zak Hill Rushing: Taiwan Jones. STORYLINES 68 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 1974: PSU 56-18 @ Portland Sept. 12. 21. 162--1. • Last year’s 47-10 EWU win at Qwest Field in Seattle ended a three-game Viking winning streak in the series. 27.5TFL-2SK-2PBU-FR Bobby Gentry.2502 Press Box Phone: 509. 18.5SK-FF-PBU Tyler Washburn. Portland State threw five interceptions in the loss while the Eagles’ Matt Nichols threw for 413 yards and four touchdowns. 27. 9 Oct. 1.com • Eastern Washington is the closest . 19. and the Eagles also maintain the longest continuous series with the Vikings. 1992: PSU 24-21 @ Portland Oct. 51-0 in 1975 EWU: 37. 1988: Tie 31-31 @ Spokane Oct. 18 Sept. 1996: EWU 24-7 @ Cheney Sept. 10. 1999: PSU 48-39 @ Portland Nov. 1991: PSU 35-23 @ Cheney Sept. 1993: EWU 38-21 @ Cheney Oct. OR Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www. 2001: PSU 37-22 @ Cheney Oct. 1983: EWU 6-0 @ Portland Sept. 1997: EWU 31-14 @ Portland Sept.6351 Internet Site: www. Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 40-561-4 Nicholas Edwards. 20. 29. 63T-4. 9. EWU: 47. 9.m. 2000: EWU 27-24 @ Portland Nov. 2003: EWU 42-16 @ Cheney Oct. LB. 1990: EWU 21-13 @ Portland Oct. 1996 EWU Record: 14-9/2 years All-Time vs. 12. DB. 13. 11. 2004: EWU 41-21 @ Portland Oct. 1974 Most Points. 2009: EWU 47-10 @ Seattle Streak: PSU has two straight at home Most Points. 2007: PSU 38-21 @ Cheney Oct.8 EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES 2010 Eagles’ Schedule Sept. 1994: PSU 31-21 @ Portland Sept. 2009 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 51. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletics Director: Bill Chaves Stadium: Roos Stadium (artificial turf ) Capacity: 8. 2005: EWU 42-24 @ Cheney Oct.bigskytv. 25 Oct. 102T-6TFL-SK-6INT-4PBU-FR Paul Ena.302 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Eagles Colors: Red and White President: Dr.a 27-24 victory over the Vikings. 30 Nov. 23. 1973: EWU 3-0 @ Cheney Sept. Austin (NCAA) 33-44 Eagles Sports Information Football SID: Dave Cook E-mail: dcook@ewu. It was the most points ever by the Eagles in the series and the largest margin of victory. 1972: EWU 14-7 @ Portland Oct. 1982: EWU 36-0 @ Cheney Nov. 11 Sept.6334 Mobile Phone: 509. 1968: PSU 19-18 @ Cheney Sept. 21. 1975: PSU 51-0 @ Cheney Oct. 1980: PSU 54-21 @ Portland Oct. 1971: PSU 13-6 @ Portland Oct. 2 Oct. 16. 2 Sept. Hillsboro. • The series has been tight and is tied in Big Sky Conference games. 12. 58T-3TFL-1. 21. This year the teams will meet for the 21st consecutive season. • Eastern Washington won in its previous appearance at Hillsboro Stadium in 2000 . 27. 1. 4. WA Founded: 1882 Enrollment: 11. 7-7. 47-10 in 2009 2009 Eastern Washington Eagles (8-4) W L W W W L L W W W W L Western Oregon _________ 35-14 @ California _____________ 7-59 Northern Colorado _______ 16-0 @ Sacramento State ______ 56-30 @ Idaho State ___________ 38-3 Weber State _____________ 13-31 @ Montana _____________ 34-41 Montana State___________ 35-24 Portland State ___________ 47-10 @ Southern Utah _________ 41-28 @ Northern Arizona ______ 49-45 @ Stephen F. LB. 20 October 30 • 5:05 p. • Hillsboro Stadium (7. 2002: PSU 34-31 @ Portland Oct.600 Head Coach Beau Baldwin Junior Running Back Taiwan Jones Senior Linebacker JC Sherritt VIKINGS vs. 12.359. 1995: PSU 14-6 @ Cheney Big Sky Conference games Sept.Big Sky Conference opponent.359.in proximity . 21. 27. 28.825). 2008: PSU 47-36 @ Portland Oct.5TFL-3FF-4FR-INT-4PBU Matt Johnson.

LB. 63-7 in 1978 SAC: 31. 1965: SAC 7-6 @ Sacramento Oct. Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www.7053 Assistant Coaches Defensive Coordinator: Anthony Parker Offensive Line: Klayton Adams Linebackers: Lou Baiz Tight Ends: Robbie Case Wide Receivers/Special Teams: Daniel DaPrato Running Backs: Aaron Ingram Defensive Line: Jon Osterhout Defensive Backs: Steve Roberson Defensive Assistant: Greg Sasser Offensive Assistant: Adam Herald Rushing: Sam McCowan. 2003: PSU 20-7 @ Portland Oct.m. 1988: PSU 43-29 @ Sacramento Oct. 46-731-7 Dylan Lane. 29.m. 19. 64-110-5. 29. CA Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www. 2 Oct.278. 30. 31. 2001: PSU 52-33 @ Portland Oct. SAC: 51. 2004: PSU 31-0 @ Sacramento Sept.397. 1994: PSU 47-28 @ Portland Sept. 9. 746 yards. STORYLINES 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 69 .278.5TFL-SK-FR Deionte Gordon.com • After losing eight in a row to the Vikings.970. 6 Nov. 7.195 Head Coach Senior Marshall Sperbeck Defensive Tackle Christian Clark Senior Safety Zach Schrader VIKINGS vs. 11 Sept. 80T-4. 17. 27. HORNETS All-Time Series Portland State leads 21-8 PSU leads at Portland 11-3 PSU leads at Sacramento 10-5 2010 Sacramento State Outlook 2009 Record: 5-6 Conference Record/Finish: 4-4/t5th Returning Starters: 13 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 5/6/2 Returning Letterwinners: 42 Big Sky Conference Series Top Returning Hornets Sacramento State Coaching Staff Head Coach: Marshall Sperbeck Alma Mater: Nevada. 1999: SAC 41-14 @ Sacramento Sept. 13 Nov. 1990: PSU 41-24 @ Sacramento Nov. 2008: SAC 41-31 @ Sacramento Oct. 1985: SAC 26-14 @ Portland Oct.4325 Press Box Phone: 916. 17. 1. 68T-INT-3FF Portland State leads 11-3 PSU leads in Portland 6-1 PSU leads in Sacramento 5-2 Sept. • The Vikings have played the Hornets 16 straight years and 26 of the last 27 years overall.9 SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS 2010 Hornets’ Schedule Sept. 2. PSU: 63. 18 Sept. 1978: PSU 63-7 @ Portland Sept. CA Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 29. 1983: PSU 25-16 @ Portland Oct.org * Big Sky Conference game @ Stanford Western Oregon Weber State* @ Montana* Montana State* Northern Colorado* @ Eastern Washington* @ Northern Arizona* Portland State* @ Idaho State* @ UC Davis Sacramento State Information Location: Sacramento. 25 Oct. 11. 22. PSU: 2-1 Overall Record: 123-73/18 years Football Office Phone: 916. Terry Wanless Stadium: Hornet (grass) Capacity: 21.am • Pregame show: 1 p. DB.195). 20 November 6 • 2:05 p. 40-409-3 John Hendershott. • PSU has still won 13 of the last 16 and 18 of 22. 28. the Vikings were held to -2 yards rushing and commited three turnovers. 1986: SAC 51-20 @ Sacramento Oct. 3. 55-199-3 Passing: McLeod Bethel-Thompson.5995 Internet Site: www. 2007: PSU 35-24 @ Portland Sept. DB. 18. the Hornets won at PGE Park for the first time since 1985 when the two teams were members of the old NCAA II Western Football Conference. 4 Sept. 1986 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 56. 1978 Most Points. 83-344-4 Jake Croxdale. • In Sacramento State’s 31-14 win in 2009. 12. 2009: SAC 31-14 @ Portland Streak: Sacramento State has won two straight in the series for the first time since 1985-86 Most Points. 1989: PSU 42-19 @ Portland Sept. 1998: PSU 58-31 @ Portland Oct. 102T-4INT-3PBU-3FF Peter Buck. 2002: PSU 34-20 @ Sacramento Oct. 9. 2005: PSU 28-12 @ Portland Nov.edu Office Phone: 916. 1995: PSU 54-16 @ Sacramento Big Sky Conference games Nov. 30. 1992: SAC 35-28 @ Sacramento Oct. 6. 10. 51-20 in 1986 2009 Sacramento State Hornets (5-6) L L L W W L L W W L W @ UNLV ________________ 3-38 @ Cal Poly ______________ 19-38 Eastern Washington ______ 30-56 @ Portland State _________ 31-14 Idaho State _____________ 38-17 @ Weber State ___________ 10-49 Montana _______________ 30-45 Northern Arizona ________ 27-24 @ Northern Colorado _____ 38-35 @ Montana State _________ 17-27 UC Davis _______________ 31-28 Eagles Sports Information Football SID: Brian Berger E-mail: bwberger@csus. • Last year. 1984: PSU 38-21 @ Sacramento Oct. 1997: PSU 27-13 @ Sacramento Oct. 4 TD Receiving: Brandyn Reed. 2006: PSU 13-7 @ Sacramento Sept. 16. Sacramento State has now won two in row in the series. It was a streak of 10 straight losses. 15. 24. 1987: PSU 24-0 @ Portland Oct. 38-558-2 Defense: Zach Schrader. 2000: PSU 35-23 @ Sacramento Nov. 18.hornetsports. 9 Oct. 1967: SAC 23-21 @ Portland Sept. • Hornet Stadium (21. 18.278. • Portland State leads the series 10-5 in Sacramento and 5-2 in Big Sky games in Sacramento.362 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Hornets Colors: Green and Gold President: Dr. 1991: PSU 35-19 @ Portland Oct. 1996: PSU 38-31 @ Portland Nov. 23 Oct. 17.bigskytv. Sacramento. 2. It is the first time the Hornets have consecutive wins since 1985-86. 30 Nov.4313 Mobile Phone: 916. Alexander Gonzalez Athletics Director: Dr. 1984 SAC Record: 14-20/3 years All-Time vs.

6 Nov.edu Office Phone: 970. DB.5TFL-5. 2 TD Receiving: Patrick Walker. 6-10-0. 18 Sept.10 NORTHERN COLORADO BEARS 2010 Bears’ Schedule Sept. passed for 240 yards.1995 Internet Site: www.m. • Northern Colorado has won a total of 12 games since moving to the Division I level six years ago. CB. PSU: 45.124 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Bears Colors: Blue and Gold President: Kay Norton Athletics Director: Jay Hinrichs Stadium: Nottingham Field (natural grass) Capacity: 8. 30 Nov. 74T-6TFL-9PBU 2009 Northern Colorado Bears (3-8) L W L L L L W L W L L @ Kansas _______________ 3-49 San Diego ______________ 31-12 @ Eastern Washington ____ 0-16 Montana State___________ 7-25 @ Northern Arizona ______ 27-35 Portland State ___________ 18-23 @ Idaho State ___________ 30-7 Weber State _____________ 20-28 South Dakota ___________ 21-17 Sacramento State ________ 35-38 @ Montana _____________ 10-38 Bears’ Sports Information Football SID: Heather Kennedy E-mail: heather. 1991. LB. Askew. UNC: 21. 1979. forced three turnovers and got three big field goals from Zach Brown in the win . 2008 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 42. 2006 Most Points.uncbears.978. PSU: 0-4 Overall Record: 19-43-1/4 years Football Office Phone: 970. BEARS All-Time Series Portland State leads 6-1 PSU leads 4-0 in Portland PSU leads 2-1 in Greeley 2010 Northern Colorado Outlook 2009 Record: 3-8 Conference Record/Finish: 1-7/t7th Returning Starters: 17 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 7/8/2 Returning Letterwinners: 38 Big Sky Conference Series Portland State leads 4-0 PSU leads 2-0 in Portland PSU leads 2-0 in Greeley 1979: UNC 21-20 @ Greeley 1991: PSU 28-21 @ Portland* 2005: PSU 41-17 @ Portland Big Sky Conference games 2006: PSU 45-3 @ Portland 2007: PSU 31-21 @ Greeley 2008: PSU 24-21 @ Portland 2009: PSU 23-18 @ Greeley *NCAA II playoff game Streak: PSU has won six straight. 45-3 in 2006 UNC: 1. including all four meetings in Portland Most Points. OR Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www.351. including 4-0 in Big Sky contests. 91T-6TFL-3SK John Eddy. 11 Sept.: Keith Grable Offensive Line: Brad Bedell Tight Ends: David Walker Defensive Line: Sean Dunaway Wide Receivers: Jordan Fenner Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Offensive Assistant: Jared Burton Rushing: Andre Harris. The Vikings rushed for 109 yards.351. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 4 Sept. 2 Oct.5SK Max Hewitt. the Vikings ended an eight-game road losing streak with a 23-18 win on a snowy day in Greeley. 96 yards. 21-20. 1979 UNC Record: 6-39/4 years All-Time vs.org Northern Colorado Information Location: Greeley.825). • Northern Colorado’s only win in the series came in 1979 when the Bears beat a Mouse Davis-coached team. 80T-8. 54-615-1 Andre Harris. 25 Oct.bigskytv. 9 Oct. the Bears have scored exactly 21 points four times.including a 50-yarder. STORYLINES 70 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . • Last year.com • Portland State holds the all-time series lead 6-1. 20-257-1 Defense: Matt King.2534 Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator: Greg Peterson Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: Cody Deti Defensive Backs: Kendrick Shaver Running Backs/Recruiting Coord. LB.kennedy@unco. • Hillsboro Stadium (7.am • Pregame show: Noon Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 13 November 13 • 1:05 p. • In seven all-time meetings with the Vikings. 29-173-0 Chris Morris.0675 Press Box Phone: 970. The Bears are 3-29 in conference play in four years as a member of the Big Sky.1065 Mobile Phone: 970. 145-646-7 Passing: Dylan Orms. 74T-5TFL-3PBU Korey.970. Hillsboro. 2007. QB Neil Lomax was 44-77 for 499 yards in that game. 21-20 in 1979 Top Returning Bears Northern Colorado Coaching Staff Head Coach: Scott Downing Alma Mater: Sterling College. but never more. CO Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 12.500 Head Coach Beau Baldwin Senior Cornerback Korey Askew Senior Offensive Lineman Tim McGraw * Big Sky Conference game Adams State @ Weber State* Idaho State* @ Michigan State Montana* @ Sacramento State* Eastern Washington* @ Montana State* @ South Dakota Northern Arizona* @ Portland State* VIKINGS vs.351.

2009: NAU 44-23 @ Portland Streak: NAU has won three in a row and six of the last seven Most Points. John Haeger Athletics Director: Jim Fallis Stadium: JL Walkup Skydome (FieldTurf ) Capacity: 15. 21.7729 Internet Site: www. 56-21 in 1997 2009 Northern Arizona ‘Jacks (5-6) L W L W W W W L L L L @ Arizona_______________ 17-34 Southern Utah___________ 42-39 Montana (ot) ____________ 34-41 Northern Colorado _______ 35-27 @ Montana State _________ 23-10 @ Portland State _________ 44-23 Idaho State _____________ 40-12 @ Sacramento State ______ 24-27 @ Ole Miss ______________ 14-38 @ Weber State ___________ 9-27 Eastern Washington ______ 45-49 Lumberjacks Sports Information Football SID: Steve Shaff E-mail: steve. Flagstaff. PSU: 8-4 Overall Record: 66-70/12 years Football Office Phone: 928. 20 Western New Mexico @ Arizona State @ Idaho State* @ Southern Utah @ Eastern Washington* Montana State* @ Montana* Sacramento State* @ Northern Colorado* Weber State* Portland State* November 20 • 2:05 p.7 ppg). PT Television: TBA • Live Video Stream: www. 9. PSU: 45.6792 Mobile Phone: 928. 17.523. 16 Oct. 56T-3TFL-5PBU-FR Isaac Bond. 2001: PSU 33-30 @ Portland Sept. 17.org * Big Sky Conference game Northern Arizona Information Location: Flagstaff. 28.523. S.am • Pregame show: 1 p.nauathletics. Jerry Glanville). 27-227-4 Austin Shanks. 3.000).600 Conference: Big Sky Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Blue. 1997 Largest Margin of Victory PSU: 45. 1978: NAU 42-14 @ Flagstaff Sept. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. CB.bigskytv. 39-252-2 Passing: Michael Herrick. 78T-INT-FR Taylor Julio. Tim Walsh.11 NORTHERN ARIZONA LUMBERJACKS 2010 Lumberjacks’ Schedule Sept. 6. 2006: PSU 34-26 @ Flagstaff Oct. DL.5SK-INT-4PBU Sept. 4.606. 14. 45-0 in 2005 NAU: 35. 270-407-8. Paul Defensive Backs: Andy LaRussa Rushing: Giovannie Dixon. 11 Sept. 1983 NAU Record: 66-70/12 years All-Time vs. 2008: NAU 37-17 @ Flagstaff Oct. 1998: NAU 23-13 @ Portland Nov. 30 Nov. ‘JACKS All-Time Series Northern Arizona leads 13-4 NAU leads at Portland 7-2 NAU leads at Flagstaff 6-2 2010 Northern Arizona Outlook 2009 Record: 5-6 Conference Record/Finish: 4-4/t5th Returning Starters: 13 Offense/Defense/Special Teams: 4/7/2 Returning Letterwinners: 47 Big Sky Conference Series Northern Arizona leads 10-4 NAU leads 5-2 in Flagstaff NAU leads 5-2 in Portland Top Returning Lumberjacks Northern Arizona Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jerome Souers Alma Mater: Oregon. 2 Oct.m.m. AZ Radio: KXFD 970 AM • Internet: www. 27. • NAU Coach Jerome Souers is the dean of Big Sky Conference coaches and holds an 8-4 series advantage of the Vikings (5-4 vs. 22. 29. 75T-7. 2004: NAU 21-20 @ Flagstaff Oct. 23.356 yards. NAU has scored 125 points (41. 22 TDs Receiving: Daiveun Curry-Chapman. 49T-11TFL-8. 2000: PSU 42-10 @ Flagstaff Sept. 1979: NAU 22-21 @ Portland Oct. 2 Sept. NAU: 56.com • Northern Arizona has won three straight. AZ Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 23. 2005: PSU 45-0 @ Portland Nov. 1999: NAU 40-24 @ Flagstaff Sept. 1996: NAU 38-24 @ Portland Sept. 8.5TFL-SK-2INT-4PBU-FR Daivon Dumas. STORYLINES 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 71 . 2003: NAU 23-0 @ Portland Oct. 11. and averaged over 455 yards per game.edu Office Phone: 928. 3-0 vs.970. 2007: NAU 44-43 @ Portland Oct. 25 Oct. S. 23 Oct. Gold and Sage President: Dr. • During the recent three-game winning streak. 13.6787 Assistant Coaches Defensive Coordinator/LBs: Andy Thompson Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Brian Lindgren Running Game Coordinator/OL: Eric Reid Defensive Line: Bill Smith Safeties/Special Teams: David Reeves Tight Ends: Craig Knoth Wide Receivers: Francis St.000 Head Coach Jerome Souers Senior Quarterback Michael Herrick Senior Defensive Lineman Kyle Rath VIKINGS vs. 20. 10 of 14 Big Sky games and 13 of 17 overall in the series. 30. 9 Oct.6628 Press Box Phone: 928. 2002: NAU 14-10 @ Flagstaff Sept. 1997: NAU 56-21 @ Flagstaff Nov. 19-160-1 Defense: Matt Estrada. 2005 Most Points. PT • JL Walkup Skydome (15.shaff@nau.523. 1981: NAU 34-10 @ Portland Big Sky Conference games Sept.

He made 57 tackles. Brown was twice been named Big Sky Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. from Keizer’s McNary High School.. honoring the Viking football team’s scholar athlete of the year the past two seasons. Brown has two of those kicks. He was also named first team All-Conference as a freshman in 2006. NCAA District 8 encompasses the majority of the western United States. Brown set a new school record with 18 field goals in a season.5 tackles for SEASON HIGHLIGHTS WHAT BROWN CAN DO FOR YOU: FR K Zach Brown turned in the best kicking season in Portland State history. PASSING ON THE FIELD. there have been seven field goals of 50 yards or longer..697 yards on 294 touches. Woods ranks sixth all-time in all-purpose yards at Portland State (3. a junior from Corvallis. McClintock.. Oct. Brown was 18-25 on field goals. 21-21 on extra points and averaged 65.64). Woods earned Big Sky Conference and National Player of the Week honors after putting up 330 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns against Weber State (9/26). LOOKING BACK AT BIG MAC: SR FB Bobby McClintock had a fine career at Portland State as a runner.. The Vikings were 1-7 in the Big Sky Conference.. 14. and he earned honorable mention honors in 2008. 21-21 on extra points and averaged 65. He led the Big Sky Conference and ranked sixth in the nation in field goals made per game (1. Hubel was the only player from a Division I school in Oregon to be honored. Twice he was named Big Sky Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. Big Sky in a vote of league coaches.8 ypg).806). 420 yards. McClintock led the Vikings in rushing for the second year in a row (87 carries.8 yards per play. After enduring a third straight losing season. Brown had a streak of nine straight field goals made and finished making 14 of 16.976 yards. Three of Brown’s seven misses were from 52 yards or more. while senior outside linebacker Ryan Pedersen was named second team All- Fullback Bobby McClintock started all 34 games of his career.5 yards on kickoffs. was given second team honors after being honorable mention All-Big Sky each of the last two seasons. With a career-high 93 rushing yards and a touchdown in his final game. PASSING IN THE CLASSROOM: Portland State quarterback Drew Hubel was named to the ESPN Academic All-District 8 team for Division I for his performance on the football field and in the classroom..058 career rushing yards on 221 carries (4. two touchdowns). 12). set by Danny Urrego in 2008 (in 23 attempts). Woods also had five catches for 128 yards and two touchdowns. further. Senior fullback Bobby McClintock and freshman kicker Zach Brown earned first team All-Big Sky Conference honors. McClintock started all 34 games he played in his career.314. WOODS RETURNS TO THE RECORD BOOKS: SR WR Aaron Woods set four Portland State kick return records in 2009. including a 97-yard touchdown in the third period.358 yards) and sixth in touchdowns (42).8 ypc) in his career. blocker and receiver.. played in eight games at quarterback (before injuries) for the Vikings. with 18 field goals.. That gives him 1. from Coos Bay’s Marshfield High School. blocker and receiver. 12) for his kicking. McClintock led the Vikings in rushing for the second year in a row (87-4202). Hubel has also been named Academic All-Conference the past three seasons. an average of 5. previous 908). he was a brilliant blocker for the Vikings. with both misses being 50+ yards. Woods broke his own marks for returns in a season (53.. Hubel also maintains a 3. The 240-pound fullback was perhaps more renowned for his blocking ability. Portland State had several highlights during the season: yards (8. With a career-high 93 rushing yards and a touchdown in his final game. Woods ranked fourth in the nation in all-purpose yards (175. nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Further. Despite the losing record in 2009. Pedersen. totaling 1.... Hubel. Overall in 2009. Glanville was 9-24 in three seasons at Portland State. in the 63-year history of Portland State football.5 yards on kickoffs. earned first team honors for the second time in his career.697 yards rushing and receiving. breaking the previous mark of 15. tying for seventh place. Woods returned five kickoffs for 202 yards. its poorest record since 1982 when it competed at the Division II level.5 tackles for loss... Brown. Hubel has started 20 games in his career at Portland State. four sacks and forced two fumbles. Pedersen led the Vikings in career numbers with 176 tackles. the 240-pound fiullback compiled 1. In addition. completing 133 of 239 passes for 1. playing in 24. 27. 9. Oct.. turned in the finest season ever by a PSU kicker...897). in 2009.64). 14. McClintock also had 73 receptions for 639 72 THREE VIKINGS EARN ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE HONORS Three Portland State football players earned All-Big Sky Conference honors for their play during the 2009 season and all three come from the state of Oregon. Woods also broke Orshawante Bryant’s career record for kick return yards (2. from Beaverton’s Southridge High School. He ranks fifth all-time in passing (6. The previous mark was 15. He had a streak of nine straight field goals made at one point and finished the year making 14 of 16. with 88 total returns in his career.222. A knee injury knocked him out of action in 2007. Brown set a new school record with 18 field goals (in 25 attempts).84 GPA in Criminology and Criminal Justice. previous 35) and yards (1. including 7-17 in Big Sky games. Bryant 1. he led the Big Sky Conference and ranked sixth in the nation in field goals made per game (1..4). A three-time Big Sky Conference Player of the Week. He added 29 receptions for 240 yards and one touchdown receiving on the year. Woods owns that record as well. Brown was 18-25 on field goals. Brown is ninth all-time for a career in Portland State history. Four players from the Big Sky Conference were selected to the team. and earned the Mike Schrunk Award. Brown has two of those kicks. McClintock had a fine career at Portland State as a runner. PSU Head Coach Jerry Glanville resigned his position.. in the 63-year history of Portland State football. with both misses being 50+ yards... 2010 Portland State Vikings Football ..2009 VIKING SEASON REVIEW Portland State football was 2-9 in 2009.. there have been seven field goals of 50 yards or longer..

. SR KR Aaron Woods. PSU’s pass defense allowed 280.. Nine other Vikings earned honorable mention honors. Hubel completed just 7-23 passes for 98 yards and three interceptions. He also had three pass breakups and a fumble recovery. but came out early after having a subluxation of his right shoulder in a scramble for a fumble..... That marked the first time PSU has lost five in a row at home since 1959.099 of the 2. They include: SR OT Matt Leunen.9 average in the previous six weeks. 10 tackles for loss. Worthen ranked second on the team with 60 tackles. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 73 . TAKE AWAY: Portland State had a -20 turnover ratio in 2009.. as a result of Hubel’s injuries. FACTS. but looked rusty. He also started a team-leading 30 straight games.82 turnover ratio per game ranked 118th among 118 teams in the nation.loss. 10).. sacks (4) and also returned a fumble for touchdown this season. In the Nov. and had a total of four takeaways. but put up big numbers in 2009. leading the team with 72 tackles.. Shead was the Vikings’ leader in interceptions for the second straight year (3). He also returned a fumble for touchdown against UC Davis. 74-81 since moving to Division I in 1996. NO SMALL FRY: JR WR Ray Fry’s 67 receptions tied for eighth most in a season in PSU history. Kicker Zach Brown led the Big Sky Conference and set a Portland State record for field goals made (18). SR WR Lavonte Kirven had 37 catches for 660 yards and team-bests of five touchdowns and 17.. SUBLUX TIMES TWO: JR QB Drew Hubel missed two games after suffering a subluxation of his left knee cap late in the win at Northern Colorado (Oct. Pedersen ranks ninth all-time in sacks in Portland State history.9 yards per game.5 tackles for loss. after Hubel had them to a 322.723 team receiving yards.. TOUGH TIMES AT HOME: Portland State wrapped up its home season at 1-5.. ranking 117th in the nation.opponents converted 64%). those three receivers had 147 of the Vikings 210 team receptions. 12 sacks and six forced fumbles. the Vikings’ passing game encountered its roughest stretch during the Jerry Glanville era. with 34 turnovers and 14 takeaways. SR ILB Erik Pedersen. CURIOSITIES THE RECORDS: Former Head Coach Jerry Glanville ended his three-year Portland State career with a 9-24 record.222)..416 yards. The -1. PSU went 7-17 in Big Sky games under Glanville. SO ILB Ryan Rau. Hubel had knee surgery to remove cartilage following the season. SR WR Aaron Woods had 43 catches for 535 yards and three touchdowns.. FIGURES. JR WR Ray Fry had team-highs of 67 receptions for 904 yards and three touchdowns to rank among the Big Sky leaders. tackles for loss and sacks in 2009.. Woods set new school records for kick returns in a season (53) and a career (88). SO FS Cody Worthen and SO ST Nick Kalpin. affectionately known as Pegleg by his team. He also started a team-leading 30 straight games over the last three seasons. Woods ranked fourth in the nation in all-purpose yards per game this season with 175. Linebacker Ryan Rau led the Vikings in tackles.8 yards per catch.314) and a career (2.. 12 sacks and six forced fumbles. in two seasons. Fry has 99 receptions for 1.. as well as kick return yards for a season (1. including losses in its final five home games of the year. 31. They had 2. Portland State is 49-58 all-time in Big Sky Conference games.. Steve Brenner Steve Brenner PEGLEG’S TALLY: SR ILB Ryan Pedersen. 3-14 on the road. Fry ranked in the top 25 in the nation in receptions and receiving yards (904). averaging just 137 yards per game.4. GIVE AWAY. the Vikings’“big three” receivers were little. 27. PSU also gave up school records of 3. 0-3 against NCAA I FBS opponents.. SR C Tyler Staley. RAU IN THE MIDDLE: SO ILB Ryan Rau had a big year for the Vikings. tackles for loss (10). THE LITTLE “BIG THREE”: With none of them standing taller than 5’8”. MORE AREAS TO WORK ON: The Vikings converted just 11 of 29 red zone opportunities into touchdowns (a poor 38% .090 passing yards and 28 passing touchdowns. led the Vikings in career numbers with 176 tackles. four sacks and six quarterback hurries. The Vikings did convert 10 of those opportunities into field goals. SR OG Moses Punzal. He returned against Eastern Washington on Oct.. Glanville was 28 against nationally-ranked opponents. SO CB Deshawn Shead. Rau led the Vikings in tackles (72).. 7 game against Montana State Hubel started.. Glanville was 6-10 at home.

Criminology & Criminal Justice Siasau Matagiese.679 • 61 degrees. Worthen 7T.. OSU had 433 yards of total offense. Then. FB Matt Orthmann Scout Team Award . but had nothing to show for it.As good as advertised. OR . Stevenson 10-30-0. Woods 3-11-0. Pedersen (33). The Viking offense moved the ball in the first period. Yr. Fr. Justin Kahut added a career-long 50-yard field goal for the Beavers in the second period. 1:59. the game was essentially out of reach for the Vikings. OSU-Hekker 3-45. the Beavers scored on their first offensive play.. Undecided Dominic David. but couldn’t find the endzone. Corvallis. He is followed by R. Jr.358 yards. a fumble and a missed field goal. Defense: PSU-E.Offense: QB Hank Taylor. Undecided PORTLAND STATE TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable Player: SR WR/KR Aaron Woods Most Valuable Offensive Back: SR FB Bobby McClintock Most Valuable Offensive Lineman: SR C Tyler Staley Most Valuable Defensive Lineman: SR DT Jermaine Jacobs Most Valuable Defensive Back: SO CB DeShawn Shead Most Valuable Special Teams: SO FB Nick Kalpin Most Inspirational: SR CB Tracy Ford Most Improved Player: FR OL Manuel Rojas Scout Team Award . That was the case for the Rodgers brothers from Oregon State and the Beavers team as a whole as they beat Portland State in the season opener at Reser Stadium. with 42 career touchdown passes he is now sixth all-time. 51-yard drive in the fourth quarter led by second string quarterback Connor Kavanaugh.. but three drives ended poorly . “The offensive line played probably as good as they have since I have been here against a real good pass rush team. But the Vikings did have trouble finishing drives. Passing: PSU-Hubel 20-37-0-252-0. Business Administration: Gen Mgmt Evans Okotcha. Junior wide receiver Ray Fry led Viking receivers with 10 receptions for 146 yards.. All players had GPAs of 3. this time by Jacquizz. Katz 7-12-0-124-0.. Science Joel Sisler. 9:26. Major Keitrell Anderson. The only PSU score came on a six-play. They were a very good football team. He was one of nine Vikings to earn honors in 2009. 24G).. Senior linebacker Erik Pedersen led PSU with nine tackles. in history between the state of Oregon schools. Receiving: PSU-Fry 10-146-0. 3rd PSU-Kavanaugh 1 run (Truax kick).” said Glanville. Shoemaker 6T. With a 31-0 lead. OSU-Canfield 8-11-0-158-1. Beckley (33) and JR TE Rory Richards (33) in games played. Jacquizz and James Rodgers combined to handle the ball 24 times on rushing and receiving plays and totaled 253 yards and all four touchdowns in less than three periods of play. Kavanaugh 2-4-0-22-0.. Both numbers rank among the most in the nation at the FCS level. Undecided Ryan Pedersen. Freshmen Dereck Jester and Nathan Snow each had a sack. Sr.7 0-0 82 5-34 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 5-35-1.. 74 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . OSU drove 38 yards in seven plays for another score. “You look for the positives. Sr. Rodgers 2-95-1. 1:34.. Ford 6T. Jacquizz Rodgers scored his second touchdown of the game. the two Rodgers brothers make a difference every week.. 13:05. Fr.. 1st OSU-Kahut 50 FG. 2nd OSU-Jacquizz Rodgers 43 run (Kahut kick). an 87-yard pass from Sean Canfield to James Rodgers.. OSU ground out a 13-play. PSU gained 200 first-half yards.. SR RT Matt Leunen (22). Fr. Jacquizz Rodgers rushed 48 yards for a Sept. YOUTH SHALL SERVE: Portland State played 23 freshmen. Tuimaunei 7T. OSU-Jac. SR FB Bobby McClintock (22). 82-yard drive. the Vikings played a remarkable 14 true freshmen and four redshirt freshmen in the game. Communication Studies Rory Richards. OSU won its 26th straight non-conference game at home. Starter Drew Hubel had a good day. Bowen 5-8-0..4/Penner 0-1 FG (38M). PORTLAND STATE 7 Corvallis. On OSU’s first play from scrimmage..Defense: DB Daniel Kinney Mike Schrunk Scholar-Athlete Award: JR QB Drew Hubel Charles Withers Memorial Award (for contributions to the program): Dennis Ferguson 2009 GAME BY GAME SUMMARIES Game 1 OREGON STATE 34. which did not allow a sack in the game. Undecided Drew Hubel. Adeniji 3-45-0.. OSU. Jr. 14:42. Watkins 6T. The sophomore had 29 yards on three rushing plays. Undeclared Bobby McClintock. 1st OSU-Jacquizz Rodgers 5 run (Kahut kick). completing 20 of 37 passes for 252 yards and no interceptions. 2nd OSU-Jacquizz Rodgers 1 run (Kahut kick). Following the Viking fumble. SR DE Joe Ma’aseia (22) and SO CB Deshawn Shead (22). Okotcha 10-22-0. totalling 351 yards on offense. cloudy. Jam. A credit to them. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 5-32. including 15 true freshmen in 2009.. 5 • Reser Stadium..a penalty on a fourth-and-one attempt. The Beavers led 14-0 entering the second period. They’re not normal. Rodgers 4-32-0... A handful of players started every game the last two years: SR C Tyler Staley (22). Big plays to open each half by James and Jacquizz also resulted in touchdowns.. 2:51. OR • Attendance: 41.4 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 All Return Yards 125 Penalties-Yards 6-45 OSU 18 36-151 282 59-433 15-23-0 3-45. 3rd OSU-Kahut 24 FG. SR WR Aaron Woods (22). OSU-Mitchell 7T (PBU).CLIMBING THE CHARTS: JR QB Drew Hubel is in fifth place on PSU’s all-time passing list with 6. Ray Fry had career-highs of seven receptions and 117 yards in the first half. NINE VIKINGS EARN ACADEMIC ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE: SR FB Bobby McClintock was named Academic All-Big Sky Conference selection for the second time in his career. Kristick 6T. GOOD STARTS: SR OLB Ryan Pedersen made 30 consecutive starts to lead the Vikings. OSU went into the lockerroom with a 24-0 halftime lead. Meanwhile. JR DE Travis Beckley (22). Sophomore safety Cody Worthen had seven tackles. gaining 111 yards on 18 plays. Player. light rain touchdown. Fr. ‘Unga 6T. We’ll be better. Wolverton 3-49-0. PSU didn’t have trouble moving the ball. Ten freshmen started at some point during the course of the season. Rodgers 87 pass from Canfield (Kahut kick). Rodgers 16-103-3. McClintock led the team in games played (34) and started every game.” said Viking Coach Jerry Glanville.. including a one-yard touchdown run. 34-7. Pedersen 9T (TFL).. A late first-half drive by the Vikings ended on a failed fourth-and-nine play from the Oregon State 20-yard line.Jac.” GAME NOTES: There was only one turnover in the game. Fr.20 or higher. “I loved that at one time we had nine freshmen playing on defense. this time from a yard out. D. 5:35. offensive line play was solid for PSU.. the game was the third meeting SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Portland State 0 0 0 Oregon State 14 10 10 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 7 0 Final 7 34 SCORING SUMMARY OSU-Jam. 4th TEAM STATISTICS PSU First Downs 17 Net Rushing 25-77 Net Passing 274 Total Offense 66-351 Passing 22-41-0 Punting 5-32.7/Kahut 2-2 FG (50G.. Not much bothered us. The Beavers opened the second half the same way they started the first.

hot er/wide receiver Zach Brown. 4th PSU-Fry 53 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). then quarterback Drew Hubel hit Lavonte Kirven on a 38-yard touchdown pass. 1st PSU-Kirven 38 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). The redshirt freshman hit a 52-yard field goal in the second period and a 46-yarder in the fourth quarter. Six plays later Chase Reynolds went in from six yards out. Rau 8T (1.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 All Return Yards 179 Penalties-Yards 3-25 PSU 15 29-149 374 55-523 15-26-2 2-56.0 2-0 152 10-115 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-McClintock 9-60-0.0/Brown 1-3 FG (20G. UM-Selle 14-23-0-2133. UM-Mariani 4-130-2. Hubel completed 14 of 23 passes for 370 yards. Backup quarterback Connor Kavanaugh had three carries for 65 yards. 1:57. quarterback Andrew Selle found Steve Pfahler for a touchdown. 3rd UM-Mariani 45 pass from Selle (McKnight kick).. The defense followed by forcing a three-andout against Montana. sunny MISSOULA. 12:03. INT). 4th UM-Donaldson 6 pass from Selle (McKnight kick). With a 14-0 lead at the 8:44 mark of the first period. Although the NAIA Raiders had trouble moving the ball effectively. OR • Attendance: 7. GAME NOTES: Portland State is now 10-4 in home openers since joining the Big Sky Conference. UMNguyen 5-71-0. Michael Williams and Jordan Brown each had interceptions. 3:30. The Viking QB had one touchdown pass and three interceptions. then rolled to a relatively easy 34-10 victory over Southern Oregon at PGE Park. and game. Erik Pedersen led PSU with 10 tackles from the linebacker position. The Vikings led 14-0 at the 3:41 mark of the first period. McClintock had a big day with 60 yards rushing on nine carries and 67 yards receiving on seven catches. Defense: PSU-E. Graves 5T (FR). Although the longest pass play in PSU history is a 99-yarder by Jimmy Blanchard to Terry Charles in 1999. The rest of the first half. 3:41. yarder. Montana capitalized on a Viking turnover early in the second half. 3rd SOU-Beach 75 pass from Sweeney (Crowley kick). Missoula. Montana’s longest drive of the half was a 10play. but Hubel had two more long strikes in his arsenal. 42M. Receiving: PSU-McClintock 7-67-0. SK). 2:41. The Viking defense appeared to have forced another three-and-out. the game marked the first time Portland State has opened its Big Sky schedule against Montana. 11:28.726 • 77 degrees. SOU-Baldwin 21-27-0. Another 42-yarder barely missed wide right. 2nd UM-Donaldson 1 run (McKnight kick). Schillinger 7T (PBU).5/1-2 FG (18G. fullback Bobby McClintock started it off with solid running. Despite a 75-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter. 1st UM-Mariani 56 pass from Roper (McKnight kick). Fry 3-81-1. they controlled possession well and forced six Viking turnovers. Senior fullback Bobby McClintock carried six times for 50 yards. Fry 6-76-0. made six stops and had three quarterback hurries. The Vikings had 11 tackles for loss. PSU had three on special teams with two fumbles on punt returns and one on a kickoff return. this time on the third play of the drive. Thomas Duyndam hit a 65-yard punt early in the game for the Vikings. PBU). SOU-Crowley 8-40. jumping to a 14-0 lead. PSU is also 7-0 against lower division teams during that span. PBU). Montana led 21-14. Portland State’s defense gave up just 10 points. On the very next play. Game 3 # Sept. Kemp 11-61-0. Lloyd 5-13-0. MT . driving 12-plays. while Montana improved to 3-0. 12:17. with a sack and a pass breakup. MT • Attendance: 25. Bowen 8-22-1. 2nd UM-Pfahler 14 pass from Selle (McKnight kick). 9:00. Passing: PSU-Hubel 25-51-3-325-1. quarterback Justin Roper hit wide receiver Marc Mariani for a 56-yard touchdown.436 • 87 degrees.. 57NG. Selle 3-41-0. but couldn’t sustain it. SOU-Beach 8-143-1. the fewest in Head Coach Jerry Glanville’s three seasons. OR . 7:58. GAME NOTES: The Vikings have now lost five in a row and nine of 10 to the Grizzlies. it appeared the Vikings would blow Southern Oregon out. Kirven had three catches for a career-high 140 yards. 0:58. 13:21. Pedersen 10T (TFL). On a fourth-down play from PSU’s 14. UM-Wren 2-47. The other offensive highlights came from kick- Sept. 4th PSU-Brown 46 FG. but an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty extended the drive. four touchdowns and two interceptions. 7:22. Defense: PSU-Brown 7T (2TFL. PSU had 372 yards of total offense. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 75 . 4th TEAM STATISTICS PSU First Downs 22 Net Rushing 23-47 Net Passing 325 Total Offense 75-372 Passing 25-52-3 Punting 4-43. Linebacker Ryan Rau made eight tackles and one sack. Rau 7T (2TFL. senior Erik Pedersen.. Kirven 4-971. 9:04. The other inside backer. 75-yards in six minutes and scoring on a three-yard run by freshman running back Ben Bowen. 4th TEAM STATISTICS SOU First Downs 12 Net Rushing 34-12 Net Passing 231 Total Offense 75-243 Passing 16-41-2 Punting 8-40. 1st PSU-Brown 52 FG. Portland State churned out 523 yards of offense on just 55 plays. 33BK). 66-yard effort. After consecutive pass plays that totaled 64 yards. Woods 4-29-0. The Griz went on a 28-point run over the next 15 minutes and finished with a 4917 win at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. INT).The Portland State Vikings had fourth-ranked Montana on its heels through the first 12 minutes of the game. 1975 vs.. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 2-56. 9:28. PBU). belonged to Montana.Portland State used a pair of long touchdown strikes early to take command. Junior quarterback Drew Hubel had a pair of 90+ yard pass plays in the Vikings first two possessions to stake PSU to a 14-0 lead. SOU-Sweeney 1641-2-231-1. PSU did not al- 4 MONTANA 49. Portland. SK). A Hubel interception set up the Griz at the Viking 29. it ended up allowing 501 yards to the Griz. 2nd PSU-Brown 20 FG. Eastern Washington). After a stout early effort by the Viking defense.. The Grizzlies scored their third straight touchdown and took the lead at the 7:58 mark of the second half. 1st SOU-Crowley 18 FG. Safety Jordan Brown added nine stops. A long snap over punter Thomas Duyndam’s head was recovered in the end zone by linebacker Jordan Tripp. Five different Vikings contributed in a running game that totaled 149 yards. R Pedersen 5T (2TFL. Barone 3-20-0. backup tailback Beau Donaldson scored from one yard out. three sacks and forced three turnovers on defense. 12 • PGE Park . Portland State dropped to 1-2 on the season. Inside linebacker Ryan Rau made a team-high seven stops. Passing: PSU-Hubel 14-23-2-370-4. SOU-Tanner 5T (FF. 46G).Game 2 PORTLAND STATE 34. Hubel hit Lavonte Kirven on a bomb that went for 91 yards and a touchdown. Kirven 3-140-2. including 325 passing yards from Hubel. 8:44. McClintock 6-50-0. Campbell 6T. The Vikings could not have started better. 2nd UM-Reynolds 4 run (McKnight kick). 27BK). Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndam 4-43. Montana tied the game at the 12:28 mark of the second period on a Viking miscue. Hubel threw a short screen to Aaron Woods who broke through the defense and went 96 yards for a touchdown. 2:56. Brown’s 52-yard field is the longest by a Viking since 1987 when Mike Erickson kicked a 52- SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Southern Oregon 3 0 0 Portland State 14 3 7 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 7 10 Final 10 34 SCORING SUMMARY PSU-Woods 96 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). Montana tacked on two fourth period touchdowns to provide the final score. Hubel found Kirven on a 42-yard touchdown pass early in the third period. PSU held Southern Oregon to 12 rushing yards on 34 carries. SK. The Vikings led just 17-3 at halftime. 1st PSU-Kirven 91 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). On Portland State’s next possession. Roper 2-3-0-59-1. 1st UM-Tripp fumble recovery (McKnight kick).0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 All Return Yards 114 Penalties-Yards 9-100 UM 22 43-229 272 70-501 16-27-1 2-47.0 4-4 84 9-85 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 3-65-0.0/McKnight 0-1 FG (53NG). 12:28. E Pedersen 6T (TFL. Sambrano 3-59-0. Woods had five catches for 118 yards. Jacobs 5T (2 TFL.. Okotcha 7-23-0. 12:23. The Vikings answered with a late 20-yard field goal by Zach Brown to trail 28-17 at halftime. 19 • Washington-Grizzly Stadium. and also hit Ray Fry on a 53-yard score early in the fourth quarte to end Southern Oregon’s hopes.0/Brown 2-3 FG (52G. UM-Lebsock 8T (TFL). 2nd PSU-Kirven 42 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). Brown 9T. A 27-yard Zach Brown field goal was blocked midway through the third period and that all but dashed Viking hopes. it is unlikely that in Viking history there have ever been two 90+ pass plays for scores in the same game. On the second play on offense for the Vikings.5TFL. SOU managed just 243 yards of total offense. sunny. On PSU’s next possession. low a sack and has allowed only one sack through three games. PORTLAND STATE 17 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Portland State 14 3 0 Montana 7 21 7 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 0 14 Final 17 49 SCORING SUMMARY PSU-Bowen 3 run (Brown kick). SOUTHERN OREGON 10 PORTLAND.. Receiving: PSU-Woods 5-118-1.. The school record is 55 yards (Pat Moore. It didn’t happen.

Freshman safety Nathan Snow led the Vikings with 10 tackles and two pass breakups. but threw two interceptions.0/Brown 2-2 FG (36G. 3rd PSU-Woods 97 kickoff return (Brown kick). The spirit makes the master. 7:14. 3rd PSU-Woods 15 pass from Hubel (rush failed). WSU-Brown 11T (FR). very seldom we haven’t played with passion. Very. although one field goal was initially good.0 1-1 233 10-104 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Bowen 15-100-0. 32M). Sacramento State took advantage of a Drew Hubel interception late in the quarter and scored 57 seconds before halftime when Smith found Dylan Oct. PSU took over with 6:13 left on the clock and quarterback Drew Hubel engineered a brilliant drive. 11:22. Hornets sophomore running back Terrance Dailey carried the ball 34 times for 111 yards and a touchdown. Shead’s interception was his second of the season and eighth of his career.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 All Return Yards 147 Penalties-Yards 8-62 PSU 14 28-124 353 54-477 17-26-0 3-41. 31 punt returns. McClintock 9-27-0. 3 • PGE Park . SAC-Lane 7-73-2. Pedersen 7T (TFL). you can’t play this game. they missed field goals in the second period. 1st PSU-Brown 36 FG. in Big Sky Conference action on Saturday. Sacramento State benefited from good field position after Vikings punter Thomas Duyndam was only able to get off a 25-yarder. Jacobs 6T (SK). 1:15. Defense: PSU-Worthen 9T. 29-28. Then. WSU-Toone 8-135-2. Passing: PSU-Hubel 17-26-0-353-2. 2nd PSU-Woods 5 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). 20. 47M. But. Hubel took the team down the field in an eight-play. 1st PSU-Brown 38 FG. 3:00. WSUBolen 7-56-0. 2nd WSU-Toone 4 pass from Higgins (Williams kick). we struggled with an ankle injury all week and was only able to go one play before coming out. the Wildcats reeled off 499 yards of offense. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 3-41. less passion. Cody Worthen led the PSU defense with nine tackles. 2nd SAC-Lane 9 pass from Smith (Diniz kick). 31-14.. falling to 11thranked Weber State 36-29. If you don’t have the spirit. He found Woods in the endzone on a 15-yard strike with 1:15 left in the game. 1:57. career-high 196 yards) and Woods (five catches. on the ensuing kickoff. OR • Attendance: 6. including on their touchdown play. WSU-Snoy 4-48.0:17. Receiving: PSU-Kirven 13-188-0.0/Brown 1-3 FG (20G. A twopoint conversion failed. PSU was down 28-10. Passing: PSU-Hubel 31-50-2-370-1. Aaron Woods returned the ball 97 yards for a score. The Viking junior completed five of six passes for 60 yards. 3:55. Toone caught eight passes for 135 yards and two scores. His main targets were Ray Fry (seven catches. Portland State was able to cut the lead to 76 on a pair of Zach Brown field goals. had the first two catches of his career in the game. 3rd SAC-Dailey 2 run (Diniz kick).. in 2007.. Aaron Woods had 239 all-purpose yards for PSU (125 kickoff returns. 3rd PSU-Shead 31 interception return (rush failed). 128 yards. Matagiese 7T (SK). Smith’s second TD pass gave the Hornets a 14-6 lead at the break. The Vikings dropped to 1-3 on the season. Twice. PORTLAND STATE 29 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Weber State 0 14 14 Portland State 3 7 13 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 8 6 Final 36 29 SCORING SUMMARY PSU-Brown 20 FG. calm PORTLAND. It was the first 100-yard rushing game by a Viking since Olaniyi Sobomehin ran for 143 against Idaho State on Oct. an interception and a pass breakup. “I’m surprised. That’s my fault.5/Williams 0-1 FG (42M). 4th PSU-Lewis 22 pass from Hubel (Woods pass from Hubel).4th TEAM STATISTICS WSU First Downs 25 Net Rushing 26-89 Net Passing 410 Total Offense 74-499 Passing 31-48-1 Punting 4-48. 26 • PGE Park . Wildcat receiver Tim Toone got behind the Viking defense.” said Viking coach Jerry Glanville. The play was nullified on a false start penalty and the ensuing try missed. 1:40. Higgins led the Wildcats all the way to the PSU 38. sunny. 76 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Sedillo 7T. WSU-Higgins 3147-0-410-4 Receiving: PSU-Fry 7-196-0..7 2-1 156 4-19 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Bowen 7-13-0. 73-yard drive that ended when he connected with a diving Nevin Lewis for a 22-yard score. Kaimikaua 5-49-1. Pedersen 8T. Weber State started its’ final drive on its’ own 16. on Weber State’s next possession. Smith 4-77-0. The Hornets picked up their first win in four games this season and also won at PGE Park for the first time since 1985. Hubel had another big day completing 17 of 26 passes for 353 yards and two touchdowns. we had less emotion. Smith 13-30-1. OR . We couldn’t make a play. Suddenly. at PGE Park. the Vikings gained 477 yards on offense and averaged a remarkable 8. 8:57. E. “It just looked like an empty tank. three touchdowns. The senior set career-highs with 13 receptions and 188 yards.659 • 74 degrees. connecting on 17 of his 29 passes. 4th TEAM STATISTICS SAC First Downs 20 Net Rushing 48-142 Net Passing 256 Total Offense 77-398 Passing 17-29-0 Punting 7-43..a span of 19 games. 7:51. and then lost it all over again. Portland. going in untouched for the winning score with 17 seconds left. 1:38. PORTLAND STATE 14 PORTLAND. the Portland State Vikings lost a game. The Vikings weren’t able to find the end zone until the outcome of the game was already determined. The Hornets took the ball over at their own 48-yard line with 13:53 on the clock and proceeded to convert on all three of their third-downs. and then hit from 38 yards out just 56 seconds into the second quarter. On 3rd and 11 from the Vikings 15. 38G).. The redshirt freshman connected on a 36-yarder with 4:35 left in the first quarter. calm. Smith passed for 256 yards and three touchdowns for the Hornets.0/Diniz 1-1FG (27G).037 • 55 degrees. including 410 passing yards for Higgins with four touchdowns. it didn’t look like us. the Vikings trailed only 28-23. 2nd WSU-Kaimikaua 10 pass from Higgins (Williams kick). 3rd SAC-Diniz 27 FG. WSU is now 2-2. 14:04. 1:26. 0-2 in the Big Sky Conference.Game 4 # Sept. OR • Attendance: 5. Hubel was 31 for 50 for 370 yards. Sacramento State rushed for 142 yards and held the Vikings to negative two yards rushing. Portland State dropped its third game in a row to fall to 1-4 overall and 0-3 in the Big Sky.. But. 3rd WSU-Bolen 15 pass from Higgins (Williams kick). SAC-Dailey 34-111-1. GAME NOTES: Freshman Ben Bowen led the Vikings in rushing with 15 carries for 100 yards. Woods remarkable day included 330 all-purpose yards and 11 WEBER STATE 36. including five solo stops. GAME NOTES: Lewis. Portland. Schrader 6T (INT). 1st WSU-Smith 4 run (Williams kick). Three times the Vikings drove into the redzone and failed to come away with any points. It was their second straight win over the Vikings after a 41-31 win in Sacramento last year. Brown 153. Game 5 SACRAMENTO STATE 31. PBU). SAC-Jones 7T. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 5-35. Meanwhile. 4th WSU-Toone38passfromHiggins(FranciscopassfromHiggins). Jacobs 6T (2TFL). Following Wildcats’ quarterback Cameron Higgins’ third touchdown pass of the day with 1:57 to go in the third period. In all. two touchdowns). 2nd SAC-Lane 5 pass from Smith (Diniz kick). Linehan 6T (2SK.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 All Return Yards 59 Penalties-Yards 3-20 PSU 15 14-(-2) 370 64-368 31-50-2 6-38. Higgins’ pass appeared to go through a Viking defenders’ hands and Toone caught it. Defense: PSU-Snow 10T (2PBU). SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Sacramento State 7 7 14 Portland State 3 3 0 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 3 8 Final 31 14 SCORING SUMMARY SAC-Willis 15 pass from Smith (Diniz kick). 5:44. 2007 . Hendershott 5-117-0.. Woods 9-83-0.In a heartbreak of an afternoon.. OR – Sacramento State took advantage of three Portland State turnovers and the Hornets rattled off 24 straight points at one point to knock off the Vikings. PBU). mostly sunny Lane for a nine-yard touchdown pass.8 yards per play. The dramatic conclusion was no surprise as the two teams battled to a 73-68 Weber State decision the last time they met at PGE Park. Viking cornerback DeShawn Shead intercepted a pass on the first play and returned it 31 yards for another score. Portland State lost a golden opportunity for a signature win over a marquee program. Jason Smith hit Brett Willis in the endzone and the Hornets led 7-0 after the PAT. but early miscues proved costly. 2-0 in the Big Sky. won a game. with just 31 seconds run off the clock. a freshman. SAC-Heath 7-43. SAC-Smith 17-290-256-3. On a fourth-down-and-three play.8.. The Viking defense forced a punt and a missed field goal on WSU’s next two possessions in the fourth period. E.” The loss dampened what was a career day for Portland State wide receiver Lavonte Kirven. 52yard drive. Shead 6T (INT. Pedersen 7T (2TFL. Phillips 5-60-0. The Viking running game missed senior fullback Bobby McClintock. but the Vikings led. 10:13. 7:14. and appeared to be done for the day. Shead had six stops. The Hornets forced Portland State to go threeand-out on its first possession of the game and then turned right around and scored on a 13-play. McCowan 9-41-0. R. 0:57. 4:35. Buck 7T (PBU). including the 22-yard touchdown when he stretched out and caught the ball just inches above the ground. Fry 4-49-0. PSU’s offense was effective all day. Felton 8T. 83 receiving. We tried to get it going at halftime. Woods 5-128-2.. FF).. The third failure was a fumble lost at the Weber State one-yard line in the third period.

CO • Attendance: 3. The extra point put UNC up 15-10. Jordan Brown made six tackles. Brown 6T. 10 • Nottingham Field. eight of them solo stops. A personal foul penalty on NAU two players later moved the ball to the seven. Worthen 7T. NAU scored on three of its first four possessions.. 50+yard field goals in its history. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 77 . which ended up being a 13-play. McClintock 5-40-0. 3rd PSU-Kavanaugh 7 run (Brown kick). The Vikings rushed for 109 yards. But Portland State’s drive stalled at the Northern Arizona 14. mild 3 on a three yard touchdown pass from Herrick to Daiveun Curry-Chapman with 17 seconds left in the first quarter. 2nd UNC-Morris 74 pass from Waggener (York kick). 44-23. Portland State totaled 349 yards of offense to 291 for Northern Colorado. SK. The sophomore linebacker registered 12 tackles. 72-yard drive that ended with a three-yard touchdown run by Alex Henderson. 1st PSU-Z. 12:30. The Vikings then ran six minutes off the clock and got a third field goal from Brown. 7:51. Portland State’s defense forced two third-period turnovers. It ended with a 33-yard field goal from Brown. Following a Northern Colorado fumble. CO . UNC lead 8-0. and also had two tackles for loss. Kirven (78 yards) and Raymond Fry (42 yards) both had five catches for the Vikings. Korey Askew returned the ball 88 yards for a touchdown and. Pedersen 5T (TFL). McClintock 5-34-0. 12:06. 4th TEAM STATISTICS PSU First Downs 18 Net Rushing 45-109 Net Passing 240 Total Offense 76-349 Passing 23-31-3 Punting 3-36. Berry 5-53-0 Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 3-44. Passing: PSU-Kavanaugh 11-24-3-116-0. 44 from Bobby McClintock and 34 from Evans Okotcha. Okotcha 10-34-0. the Viks were down 30-16. PORTLAND STATE 23 PORTLAND. NAU-Herrick 21-34-0-254-3. snow just 13 for Northern Colorado. Kavanaugh 5-6-1-47-0. 33G. NAU led 21-6 at halftime. 14:18. Receiving: PSU-Fry 8-101-0. NORTHERN COLORADO 18 GREELEY. I don’t know if the kids have played any harder than they played today. passed for 240 yards. Brown 31 FG. 6:17. 4th TEAM STATISTICS NAU First Downs 28 Net Rushing 42-204 Net Passing 254 Total Offense 77-458 Passing 21-35-0 Punting 5-31.4 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 All Return Yards 146 Penalties-Yards 7-58 PSU 18 29-106 168 60-274 16-31-3 3-44. frigid. 1st PSU-Brown 50 FG. Portland State answered back with a 43-yard field goal by Zach Brown. He also finished as the Vikings leading rusher. He now has 12 on the season and moved into the number-six spot on the Vikings single-season list. The Vikings rolled out a 70-yard drive at the end of the half. UNC-Kaman 4-37. He also forced a fumble. 13:26.. R. Woods 4-50-0. 4th NAU-Dixon 40 run (Myers kick). FF). kicking and defense finally came together for Portland State as it won a hard-fought 23-18 decision over Northern Colorado at frigid Nottingham Field. getting 56 yards from Kavanaugh. NAU-Meadows 8-128-2. The Lumberjacks passed for 254 yards and ran for another 204 as they won their third in a row on the season and third straight over Portland State. Engstrom 5-7-052-1. passing for two first downs and running for another.5SK. Kavanaugh was picked off on the second play of the ensuing drive. On the next play. it was just fun to watch them. 31G. Ryan Rau had an outstanding game for Portland State on the defensive side of the ball. UNC-King 15T (TFL). Williams 7T (TFL. who totaled a season-low 274 yards of offense. Pedersen 6T. The Lumberjacks scored again before the break when Herrick found Conrad Meadows for an 11-yard touchdown. Walker 3-25-0. 4th NAU-Henderson 11 run (Myers kick). Kavanaugh scored on a fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line. 3rd PSU-Z. Ryan Rau led with seven tackles. 0:17. Giovanni Dixon added 78 more yards on the ground on just 10 carries. Northern Arizona struck first. 5:38. PSU’s defense held on Northern Colorado’s final possession and the Vikings had a much-needed win. 60-yard series . with a two-point conversion. Northern Colorado dropped to 1-5. 0:30. then directed the Vikings down the field. OR – Northern Arizona rolled up 458 yards of total offense and Michael Herrick passed for three touchdowns as the Lumberjacks dropped host Portland State. Thomas 6T (PBU).489 • 63 degrees. Kavanaugh rushed up the middle for a touchdown. Game 7 NORTHERN ARIZONA 44. 5:13. Portland State marched down the field on its opening series.518 • 25 degrees.4/0-0 FG Defense: PSU-Rau 12T (2TFL. “I’m just so proud of the players and the coaches. and they had to settle for a 31-yard field goal by Brown. SK). FF). gaining 42 yards on 10 rushes.0/Brown 3-3 FG (50G.2 2-2 249 5-49 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 11-56-1. Hubel and Kavanaugh combined to throw for 240 yards. with the weather and the field conditions. 2nd PSU-Kirven 22 pass from Hubel (Brown kick). Although PSU had run 48 offensive plays to Oct. albeit the Vikings’ points came on field goals. The Lumberjacks used a 13-play. the Vikings have won six in a row against Northern Colorado and are 4-0 in Big Sky games. Shead recovered two of three Bear turnovers. Defense: PSU-Rau 7T (TFL). 3rd NAU-Meadows 31 pass from Herrick (Myers kick). on a day that featured weather in the low 20s and snow. 4th PSU-Fry 7 pass from Engstrom (Brown kick). Julio 5T (1.all on the ground. D. Okotcha 5-26-0. 2nd NAU-Meadows 11 pass from Herrick (Myers kick). making his first career start. 8:17. 1:44. UNC-Waggener 16-26-1-208-1. opening with a 10-play. Hewitt 12T (INT). Herrick finished the game 21 of 34 for 254 and three scores. this time a 40yarder with 1:44 to play. UNC-Harris 6-30-0. Fry 5-42-1. Connor Kavanaugh got it started when he hit Lavonte Kirven for a 45-yard gain to give PSU the ball at the Lumberjacks 15-yard line. including one sack. OR • Attendance: 6. NAU-Estrada 6T (INT). 9:05. Brown 43 FG. but was also intercepted three times.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 All Return Yards 127 Penalties-Yards 1-10 UNC 9 18-83 208 44-291 16-26-1 4-37. but quarterback Drew Hubel threw an interception at the UNC 12. 3rd UNC-York 20 FG. UNC-Thompson 3-52-0. Kriven 3-29-1. That gave PSU a 20-15 lead with 2:42 left in the third period. completing 11 of his 24 passes.3/Brown 3-3 FG (43G.Game 6 PORTLAND STATE 23. 1:30. 4th PSU-Brown 40 FG. the Vikings got a remarkable 50-yard field goal in the snow from Zach Brown. 17 • PGE Park. Just one play from scrimmage later Northern Colorado took the lead back. forced three turnovers and got three big field goals from Zach Brown in the win. an interception and a fumble recovery. 2nd PSU-Brown 33 FG. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Northern Arizona 14 7 9 Portland State 3 3 3 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 14 14 Final 44 23 SCORING SUMMARY NAU-Henderson 3 run (Myers kick). and then took advantage of a PSU turnover. Dixon 10-78-1. PSU rushed 45 times in the game. 50). Meadows caught eight balls for 128 yards and two touchdowns.Running. GAME NOTES: Portland State has seven SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Portland State 7 6 7 Northern Colorado 8 7 0 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 3 3 Final 23 18 SCORING SUMMARY UNC-Askew 88 interception return (Sewell rush). Backup quarterback Connor Kavanaugh led the offense on the next series. Passing: PSU-Hubel 18-25-2-193-1. On defense. and had a balanced offensive attack throughout the game. Brown kicked three field goals for the second straight game. Hubel hit Kirven on a 22-yard touchdown pass. That gave PSU a 10-8 lead early in the second period. Greeley. 2nd NAU-Team safety. 77yard drive to make it 37-16. The victory came as a big relief for the Vikings as they ended a three-game losing streak and eightgame road losing streak. 1st PSU-Kavanaugh 1 run (Brown kick). Kavanaugh passed for 116 yards. both by DeShawn Shead. Ray Fry caught eight passes for 101 yards in the game. On the first play after the Shead gathered in the fumble. McClintock 18-44-0. rain showers. gaining 55 yards. and NAU scored just two play later for a 44-16 lead with 8:17 remaining. Portland. The teams traded scores on the first four possessions of the game. and after the extra point. Brown 35 FG. FF). 1st PSU-Z. 10:37. 0:12. Eddy 13T (2. the Vikings scored at the start of the fourth quarter to make things interesting. Portland State’s momentum was short-lived however. Orms 3-28-0. and now Zach Brown has two of them this season (52. and Henderson rushed 21 times for 97 yards. 0-4.3 1-0 130 6-65 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 10-42-1. NAU-Henderson 21-97-2. 40G).. 10:56. 1st NAU-Curry-Chapman 3 pass from Herrick (Myers kick). 1-3 in the Big Sky Conference. The Bears closed to 20-18 midway through the fourth quarter on a 20-yard field goal by Michael York. 9:07.2/York 1-1 FG (20G). 2:42. as NAU scored a pair of touchdowns in less than a minute. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 3-36. 1:04. Trailing 30-9. 35G). Bryan Waggener tossed a 76-yard touchdown pass to Chris Morris. Receiving: PSU-Kirven 5-78-0. before NAU went up 14- Oct.5TFL. passing. Kavanaugh.” said Viking Coach Jerry Glanville. PSU improved to 2-4 on the season. NAU-Rauschert 5-31. the Vikings trailed 1513 at halftime.

. The Vikings then went back on top on a one-yard score by McClintock with 2:14 left in the first quarter. Ryan Pedersen’s hit on the Aggies’ Denham not only caused the fumble but also knocked the junior signal caller out of the game. 2nd PSU-Brown 47 FG. Pedersen 9T (3TFL. the Vikings benefited from two big plays. On their first drive of the game. 10:47. 1st UCD-Trombetta 4 run (Kelley kick). Two plays later. Oct. tying a Portland State record set by Danny Urrego in 2008. Portland State (2-6) opened up a 28-17 lead early in the third quarter when Ryan Rau picked up a UC Davis fumble and ran it back 27 yards for a touchdown. It was his 13th of the season. including 341 through the air. 5:19. Rogers 3-43-0. Portland State had the Aggies backed up on their own fiveyard line and in a 3rd-and-14 situation. The Vikings lost their third straight. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Portland State 2 2 3 Eastern Washington 13 20 7 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 3 7 Final 10 47 SCORING SUMMARY PSU-Team safety. including the sacks for safeties. 4:40. scoring on its first three possessions. Denham passed for 259 yards and a score. UCD-Carter 9-83-0. The Aggies forced Portland State to go threeand-out. 3rd EWU-Davis 25 pass from Nichols (Jarrett kick).. PSU led 2-0. PORTLAND STATE 31 PORTLAND. intercepting four Portland State passes as neither the Viking offense or defense could get a foothold in the game. Morales 7T (PBU). The Vikings appeared to have the momentum. Heyworth came on in relief and went 6 of 7 for 82 yards and two TDs. 4th TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Net Rushing Net Passing Total Offense Passing Punting Fumbles-Lost All Return Yards Penalties-Yards PSU 16 28-115 163 67-278 15-39-5 6-31. 1st EWU-Jones 1 run (kick failed).0/ Brown 2-4 FG (53M. Game 9 EASTERN WASHINGTON 47. Viking quarterback Drew Hubel made his first start in three weeks after injuring his knee in a win at Northern Colorado. Meanwhile. Freshman kicker Zach Brown made two field goals in the second half. But he was ineffective. Receiving: PSU-Woods 5-60-0. 3rd UCD-Grant 30 passfrom Heyworth (Kelley kick). 5-2 in the Big Sky Conference.0. 4th UCD-Bispo 15 pass from Heyworth (Kelley kick). 2nd EWU-Hart 26 pass from Nichols (Jarrett kick). 8:57. which is the fifth-most in a single-season at PSU. GAME NOTES: UC Davis won its third in a row in the series. the PSU career kickoff return yardage record 1. The Viking defense started well. 1st PSU-McClintock 1 run (Brown kick). UCD-Gruendl 7T (SK). 0:00. 2FF). from 47 and 38 yards. From there. Pedersen had three tackles for loss and two sacks total. Engstrom 1-5-2-8-0. PSU moved the ball between the 30s but couldn’t produce points. Brown 6T. Davis 3-112-1. 6:07. GAME NOTES: Portland State was playing in Seattle for the first time in its 63-year football history. though. UC Davis finished with 484 yards of total offense. Seattle. WA – Quarterback Matt Nichols led an offensive juggernaut for Eastern Washington. Kavanaugh 7-11-0-57-0. WA • Attendance: 6. Defense: PSU-Jacobs 9T (2TFL. Shead 8T (TFL). R. breezy PSU trailed 33-4 at halftime. leading it to five first-half touchdowns. He has also broken SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd UC Davis 7 10 0 Portland State 14 7 7 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 17 3 Final 34 31 SCORING SUMMARY PSU-McClintock 30 pass from Kavanaugh (Brown kick). Passing: PSU-Hubel 7-23-3-98-0. Included was a safety after Jermaine Jacobs hit quarterback Matt Nichols in the endzone. 1st EWU-Hart 38 pass from Nichols (Jarrett kick). mostly sunny make it 7-0. Hart 3-65-2. 38G). 2nd PSU-Rau 27 fumble return. the Aggies controlled the game. safety Matt Johnson was equally spectacular. 7:43. Jacobs and Pedersen had nine tackles each. 1:21. The win improved Eastern Washington to 6-3. Maxson 5T (2TFL.. Heyworth 6-7-0-82-2. McClintock 8-34-1. Receiving: PSU-Fry 5-69-1. Jacobs forced two fumbles in the game.834 yards (Orshawante Bryant 72-1. The Aggies got 143 yards on the ground. Hart 7-42-0. 4th TEAM STATISTICS UCD First Downs 29 Net Rushing 35-143 Net Passing 341 Total Offense 77-484 Passing 26-42-0 Punting 2-40. His backup.124 • 57 degrees. At that point. Portland State had 220 yards of total offense. Trombetta 18-60-1. but PSU still has a 6-4 lead . 4th UCD-Kelley 38 FG. Defense: PSU-Williams 9T. 2:14. The Vikings had UCD running back Josh Reese wrapped up for a loss. 6:12. Connor Kavanaugh scrambled for 30 yards to put the ball at the UC Davis 39. falling to 2-7. McClintock 338-0. 4:42. 24 • PGE Park.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 All Return Yards 140 Penalties-Yards 3-34 PSU 12 31-102 135 53-237 13-22-0 6-42. 2SK). 10:44.7/Brown 1-1 FG (30G). 2nd PSU-Fry 7 pass from Kavanaugh (Brown kick). Amajoyi 6T. PORTLAND STATE 10 SEATTLE. He also led the Vikings with 50 yards rushing on 13 carries. It was the start of 17-point quarter that gave them a 34-31 advantage. Passing: PSU-Kavanaugh 12-18-0-131-2. Brown 2-27.5 0-0 181 10-100 EWU 25 40-132 413 73-545 21-33-0 3-37. but UC Davis scored on their first play of the fourth quarter on a 30-yard pass from Austin Heyworth to Bakari Grant. 14:54. 9:32. McClintock 5-46-1. OR – UC Davis used a stellar second-half defensive performance and overcame the loss of starting quarterback Greg Denham to rally for a 34-31 win at Portland State. Aaron Woods has broken his own PSU kickoff return records for a season with both 37 returns and 926 yards. 47-10. Mike Williams led the Vikings’ defense with nine tackles. 4th PSU-Brown 38 FG. at Qwest Field. 78 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . EWU-Washburn 9T. Sean Kelley’s 35-yard field goal as time expired pulled the Aggies to within four at 21-17. 2nd PSU-Team safety. Zach Brown kicked a 30-yard field goal in the fourth quarter for the Viks. EWUJones 12-62-2. AL in 1988. The only other highlight was a second safety by the Vikings when outside linebacker Ryan Pedersen sacked Nichols in the endzone in the second period. 11:33. 52M. 5:18. and got the ball back with 59 seconds until the break. Portland. throwing for 413 yards and four touchdowns as the Eagles defeated Portland State. 10:30. Bowen 8-25-0. 3:50. Kavanaugh went 12 of 18 for 131 yards and two TDs. Connor Kavanaugh threw for 57 yards and rushed for 68 but the Vikings never found the endzone. It was also the Vikings’ first neutral site game since playing the NCAA II National Championship game in Florence. 11:23. UCD-Denham 20-35-0-259-1. With a little over three minutes to go. Fry 5-50-0. Eastern Washington played in Seattle for the first time in its 101-year history. EWU-Zuber 2-33. 1st EWU-Jones 47 run (kick failed). 2nd EWU-Overbay 6 pass from Nichols (Jarrett kick). The Vikings offense started hot. and led 21-17 at the half. Engstrom 1-4-04-0. 3rd EWU-Beaumonte 1 run (Jarrett kick).0 3-1 104 7-86 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 7-68-0. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 4-33. SK). Eastern Washington finished the day with 545 yards of total offense to 278 for the Vikings. PSU ended up throwing five interceptions in the game. Worthen and Jaycob Shoemaker had seven and six tackles. but Trombetta fumbled at the two-yard line after getting hit by Siasau Matagiese and Cody Worthen pounced on the loose ball to give PSU possession. UC Davis (4-3) answered back with a 76-yard drive and tied it up on a four-yard touchdown run by Joe Trombetta. Gentry 7T. Shoemaker 7T. Nichols got the Eagle offense going in a big way.0/0-0 FG. respectively. McClintock 8-30-0. 13:55. EWU-Overbay 4-50-1.. Borden 8T. 4th PSU-Brown 30 FG. UCD-Schmidt 2-40. OR • Attendance: 5.7 3-0 176 6-54 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 13-50-0. UCD-Reese 6-84-0. the Vikings threw three interceptions and missed two field goals in the half. cloudy. Making his second career start. Nichols 1-45. 1st UCD-Creadick 19 pass from Denham (Kelley kick).0/Kelley 2-2 FG (35G. 38G). Nichols threw one more touchdown pass in the second half to reach 84 in his career and tie the Eastern Washington record. On the defensive side. The Aggies appeared on their way to tying it up. 31 • Qwest Field. including 84 from Reese on just six rushes.Game 8 UC DAVIS 34. EWU-Nichols 21-30-0-413-4. Jacobs forced a fumble that the Eagles recovered. holding the talented Eagle offense to -9 yards on its first three series. but Reese escaped for a 31-yard gain and the Aggies ran out the clock from there.806) and tied the record for total returns (72). The teams traded scores again to make it 21-14 in favor of Portland State.8. 12:02.180 • 54 degrees. 2nd UCD-Kelley 35 FG. SK. McDonough 3-33-0. but from that point nothing went well for the Vikings. He has made nine in a row. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 6-42. Brown 7T (FR). That brought his season total to 15 field goals. 1-5. Worthen 8T (FR). 47G. Bobby McClintock rumbled 30 more yards for a touchdown on a screen pass to Oct. including three through the air. completing 20 of his 35 attempts. completing only 7-23 for 98 yards and throwing three picks. Sherritt 7T (PBU). 6:05. and held PSU to just 17 yards in the second half. Kirven 2-210.

The Bengals matched the Vikings with two touchdowns and a field goal in the first half. Montana State. PSU’s scoring drives went 75. Nov. Engstrom drove the Vikings 70 yards in six plays. 2nd PSU-Engstrom 2 run (Z. in punt formation midway through the fourth quarter. and at the break they had only 106 yards. McClintock led a rushing attack that had 199 yards. 1st PSU-McClintock 1 run (Z.019 • 72 degrees. 14 • Holt Arena. FR. Trailing 41-34 the Vikings completed a pass to the ISU 44-yard line. including seven solo tackles.5 for loss. The senior fullback finished with 93 yards. 9:16. 6:52. Gilbert 3-51-1. before Okotcha’s score. Brown 6T (SK. McClintock 6-46-0. two touchdowns and four interceptions. 1st MSU-Ripley blocked punt recovery (Cunningham kick). But. 4th ISU-Knickrehm 1 run (Huk kick). ID . Ben Bowen had 12 rushes for 86 yards. From there. Quarterback Connor Kavanaugh made several big plays on PSU’s five-play drive. Becksted 14-54-1. That was all the help ISU needed. scoring on their second possession of the game and later blocking a Portland State punt that they recovered in the end zone. 2:10. After a combined 35 points in the first half. Game 11 IDAHO STATE 41. MSU-Mason 21-57-0. On Idaho State’s ensuing possession the defense held and the Bengals were set to punt from their own 39. Kelvin Krosch caught a pair of TD passes from Hill. the first time that has happened since 1959. including 143 on the ground.5TL). the only score in the final 30 minutes was a 22-yard field goal for PSU’s Zach Brown in the third quarter. but got a pass interference penalty. 40G). MSU-Kempt 9-19-0-68-1. driving 80 yards. Brown). Defense: PSU-Shoemaker 9T. 1:56. 34-27. Rau 8T 9TFL). Idaho State answered right back on its next series. 9:49.On a cold and rainy final home game at PGE Park. GAME NOTES: Brown’s field goal in the third quarter was his 16th of the season.5. The Vikings took over at the Bengals 35. J. The Bobcats won their fourth straight over Portland State. and the ball rolled in the end zone.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 All Return Yards 167 Penalties-Yards 5-61 ISU 18 32-85 307 70-392 17-38-0 7-37. 2PBU. Knickrehm 3-18-0. 3rd TEAM STATISTICS MSU First Downs 21 Net Rushing 47-185 Net Passing 116 Total Offense 78-301 Passing 14-31-0 Punting 6-35. Hubel 1-4-0-150. 2nd PSU-Okotcha 31 run (Brown kick). Okotcha 8-39-1. The touchdown concluded a crazy finish in which Portland State attempted a go-ahead two-point conversion with 1:52 left and failed. 7:49. Receiving: PSU-Fry 5-26-0.3/Brown 2-2 FG (37G. 13:04. GAME NOTES: The home team has now won 10 straight times in this series. MSU-Bignell 8T (2. However. 1st PSU-Z. Engstrom. Three plays later. PSU totaled just 12 yards of offense on nine plays in the first quarter. who started for the Vikings. 3rd ISU-Knickrehm 2 run (Huk kick). Knickrehm scored on a two-yard run to tie the game 24-24 with 10:23 left in the third. Knickrehm led ISU’s attack with 23 carries for 100 yards. giving the Bengals a first down. OR . 4:08. Kavanaugh came into the game late in the first quarter after starter Drew Hubel was knocked out of the game with a shoulder injury to his throwing arm. 2nd PSU-Kirven 29 pass from Engstrom (Z. and DJ Macarthy finished with seven stops. ISU-Vanderwielen 6-38. On the next play. 56 and 80 as they totaled 222 yards by halftime. He hit freshman Keitrell Anderson on a 40-yard touchdown pass with 1:56 remaining. 6:00. including 158 rushing yards. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 3-45. where Tanner Ripley fell on it to make it 14-0. 46NG. they came undone with turnovers the rest of the way. 1:11. making the score 34-34. Brown kick). The old mark of 15 was set by Danny Urrego in 2008. But.. Passing: PSU-Engstrom 23-42-4-239-2. Hutter 4-41-0. Portland State outgained Idaho State 438-392. Portland State answered. Holmesly 9T (TFL.3 1-1 175 10-71 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-McClintock 16-93-1. MSU-Fisher 6-35. The Bobcats defense registered five sacks and 10 tackles for loss. 4th PSU-Anderson 40 pass from Engstrom (Z. Gilbert 4-33-0. The shifty sophomore from Lincoln High hit Aaron Woods for a 13-yard gain. FR). Bobby McClintock had six carries for 46 yards. PBU). 4:12. Evans Okotcha broke free for a 31-yard touchdown run for the Vikings. 1st MSU-Becksted 5 run (Cunningham kick). 3:30. Montana State’s special teams unit came through for the Bobcats? second touchdown. 0:06. Backley 6T (SK). Brown kick). a desperation Justin Engstrom pass was intercepted in the endzone. Portland State took advantage of a muffed punt Nov. Montana State was held to just 62 yards in the second half by a Viking defense that buckled down. The result was a touchdown and a field goal for Idaho State and the Bengals took a 34-27 lead. Ray Fry led the way with nine catches for 68 yards. Punting/Kicking: PSU-Duyndum 6-29. 4th TEAM STATISTICS PSU First Downs 24 Net Rushing 36-199 Net Passing 239 Total Offense 78-438 Passing 23-42-4 Punting 3-45. Woods 3-19-0. 7 • PGE Park. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Portland State 7 10 10 Idaho State 7 10 7 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 7 17 Final 34 41 SCORING SUMMARY ISU-Krosch 22 pass from Hill (Huk kick).3/Huk 2-3 FG (45G. but couldn’t overcome six turnovers and a few other costly mistakes. Fletcher 6T. Williams 6T (4PBU). ISU-Knickrehm 23-100-2. But. which set a new Portland State single-season record.3/0-0 FG.690 • 50 degrees. 3rd ISU-Krosch 34 pass from Hill (Huk kick). Knickrehm went in for the winning touchdown. The Vikings found themselves down by four touchdowns before they finally got going offensively. PSU’s defense made five sacks in the game as Travis Beckley and Nick Gale were in on two each. the Vikings lost the ball on downs when punter Thomas Duyndam’s knee hit the turf as he was attempting to handle a punt snap. Engstrom 0-3-0-0-0. Craney 7T (INT). Portland. Macarthy 7T (SK). Bengal quarterback Russel Hill completed a 45yard pass to JD Ponciano to the Viking one. The Vikings also scored on a 37-yard field goal by Zach Brown and a 29-yard touchdown pass from Engstrom to Lavonte Kirven. Engstrom scored from two yards out. Brown 40 FG. 29G). Ryan Rau had seven tackles to lead the Vikings. ISU-Krosch 6-157-3. 12:24. completed 23 of 42 passes for 239 yards. Defense: PSU-Rau 7T. it was the Vikings fifth straight home loss of the year. Engstrom 6-35-1. ID • Attendance: 5. R. Iddins 5-12-0-48-0.Clint Knickrehm dove into the endzone from one yard out and 32 seconds left on the clock to give Idaho State its first win of the year in the season finale. Brown 37 FG. SK). meanwhile. Coach Jerry Glanville decided to kick the tieing extra point which was good. 2nd PSU-Brown 22 FG. Montana State then proceeded to score on two of its first three possessions of the second quarter and led 28-0 before the Vikings were able to get in the end zone. Receiving: PSU-Fry 9-68-0. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 79 . trading scores along the way. Ryan Rau added eight more.2 2-1 112 8-84 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: PSU-Kavanaugh 20-67-0. Cody Kempt connected with Julius Lloyd for a 15yard score at the 6:18 mark to put the Bobcats on the scoreboard first. Jaycob Shoemaker led the Vikings with nine tackles.0/ Brown 1-1 FG (22G). Then. That set up the wild finish. over Portland State at Holt Arena. Montana State tallied 185 of its 301 yards on the ground. The teams played through an entertaining first half. Portland State finished with 240 yards of total offense. Passing: PSU-Kavanaugh 9-17-1-67-0.Game 10 MONTANA STATE 28. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd Montana State 14 14 0 Portland State 0 7 3 GAME BOX SCORE 4th 0 0 Final 28 10 SCORING SUMMARY MSU-Lloyd 15 pass from Kempt (Cunningham kick). The Vikings took a 27-24 lead on a Zach Brown field goal at the 4:12 mark of the third period. 6:18. Brown kick). Woods 3-26-0. Then. Kirven 3-65-1. indoor return by ISU early in the second half. racked up 117 yards in the first quarter and had 239 at halftime. McClintock 2-30-0. 10:23.3 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 All Return Yards 55 Penalties-Yards 3-20 PSU 14 38-158 82 62-240 10-24-1 8-25. while Okotcha finished with 39 yards on eight carries. Viking fullback Bobby McClintock had a career-high 85 yards and a touchdown by halftime in his senior finale. the Vikings tried changing out defensive and special teams units too late and were flagged for a 15-yard illegal participation penalty. Jarrett Huk added a field goal from 45 yards. Brown 1-25. including 2. Clay Bignell led the team with eight stops. Kavanaugh finished with 67 yards through the air (9 of 17) and another 67 on the ground (20 carries) to lead the Vikings. PORTLAND STATE 34 Pocatello. MSU-Lloyd 4-45-1. 2nd ISU-Krosch 31 pass from Hill (Huk kick). The Vikings fell 28-10 to Montana State in Big Sky Conference action. not much went right for Portland State. 0:32. ISU-Hill 17-380-307-3. PSU commited four turnovers on their next four possessions with two fumbles and two interceptions. After both teams traded punts. 7:04. with time running out. 2nd ISU-Huk 45 FG. ISU-Arias 16T (TFL). breezy With 3:30 left before the half. 3rd PSU-Z. Bowen 12-86-0. With just over four minutes remaining in the game. PORTLAND STATE 10 PORTLAND. 4th ISU-Huk 29 FG. The Bobcats led 14-0 after the first quarter. Pocatello. Vikings punter Thomas Duyndam had his punt blocked from the six-yard line by Caleb Schreibeis. 2INT. and had runs of 14 and six yards. 2nd MSU-Gilbert 26 run (Cunningham kick). 1:53. Hill completed 17 of 38 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns.. Storms 10T (TFL). OR • Attendance: 5. Pedersen 6T (2TFL. steady rain.

Opponents.8 5..3 5 45 9.3 TD 9 2 3 0 14 28 Lng 96 45 40 0 96 87 Avg/G 247..6 444 49.4 4..4 35 10.489 5.6 3..1 14 2.3 3090 Long Avg/G 56 82.690 5.8 6 86 14.2 1 -0.2009 PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE DATE Sept. G 11 11 11 10 5 10 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 OPPONENT W/L @ Oregon State L SOUTHERN OREGON W @ #4 Montana* L #11 WEBER STATE* L SACRAMENTO STATE* L @ Northern Colorado* W NORTHERN ARIZONA* L UC DAVIS L vs..0 40.5 87 280.. 17 Oct.6 5..6 91 60.3 23 8.0 210 2723 13.3 20 2.5 2 0..4 37 660 17.2 4545 413.3 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:23 30:35 3RD-DOWN Conversions 52/151 76/170 3rd-Down Pct 34% 45% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6/14 8/17 4th-Down Pct 43% 47% SACKS BY-Yards 24-161 28-165 MISC YARDS 3 10 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 25 49 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 18-26 9-13 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-2 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 21-29 72% 36-45 80% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 11-29 38% 29-45 64% PAT-ATTEMPTS 22-22 100% 45-47 96% ATTENDANCE 36491 75942 Games/Avg Per Game 6/6082 4/18986 Neutral Site Games 1/6124 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Portland State 67 51 53 61 232 Opponents 94 120 68 90 372 Pass 1976 444 0 303 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2723 3090 80 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .2 413.6 G Effic Cmp-Att-Int 8 127.9 TDs Passing 14 28 TOTAL OFFENSE 3907 4545 Total Plays 710 774 Average Per Play 5.659 5.2 PUNTS-Yards 49-1825 51-2020 Average Per Punt 37....2 0 -9..7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 11.037 3.0 2. 10 Oct.8 29 240 8.0 1 6 6...9 * Big Sky Conference game RUSHING Bobby McClintock Connor Kavanaugh Ben Bowen Evans Okotcha Justin Engstrom Nick Kalpin Ray Fry Zach Brown Aaron Woods TEAM Drew Hubel Total..5 1 16 16.518 6.0 32 21.679 7. 31 Nov.436 25.0 FUMBLES-LOST 20-11 20-9 PENALTIES-Yards 74-727 64-574 Average Per Game 66. TOTAL OFFENSE Drew Hubel Connor Kavanaugh Bobby McClintock Justin Engstrom Ben Bowen Evans Okotcha Nick Kalpin Ray Fry Zach Brown Aaron Woods TEAM Total.5 -10.2 5..8 14 7...4 3..5 5.7 Plays 260 155 87 77 64 49 5 1 1 4 7 710 774 Rush -72 390 420 42 275 173 16 5 2 -2 -65 1184 1455 TD 3 3 5 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 28 Pct Yds 55.1 52... 24 Oct. Opponents.0 247...8 FIRST DOWNS 185 227 Rushing 66 77 Passing 103 127 Penalty 16 23 RUSHING YARDAGE 1184 1455 Yards gained rushing 1492 1733 Yards lost rushing 308 278 Rushing Attempts 326 401 Average Per Rush 3..5 2 0. 19 Sept.3 6 101 16.7 2723 56.8 40 14.8 -3.0 15.3 3.6 0. 12 Sept..2 6 0.47 47-83-5 5 87..2 PSU OPP SCORING 232 372 Points Per Game 21.5 22 5.9 23.2 3 25 8.2 -65 -9.. Yds Avg 67 904 13.. PASSING Drew Hubel Connor Kavanaugh Justin Engstrom TEAM Total.. 7 Nov..5 43 535 12.6 3..0 5 45 9.. RECEIVING Ray Fry Aaron Woods Lavonte Kirven Bobby McClintock Keitrell Anderson Daniel Wolverton Nick Hutter Nevin Lewis Evans Okotcha Ben Bowen Zach Brown Cory McCaffrey Rory Richards Total.9 Average Per Game 355.2 36 35.48 133-239-12 11 97.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 60-1432 46-1058 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-91 14-80 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 5-55 23-346 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23..2 345 69.6 3.6 16 3. 26 Oct...9 Total Avg/G 1904 238.7 Average Per Game 247.6 1976 56.4 60.0 834 75.5 2...0 42 107. 14 SEASON HOME AWAY 2-9 1-5 1-4 1-7 0-4 1-3 SCORE 7-34 34-10 17-49 29-36 14-31 23-18 23-44 31-34 10-47 10-28 34-41 TD 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 18 TEAM STATISTICS ATT. Eastern Washington* (Seattle) L MONTANA STATE* L @ Idaho State* L No.6 Net punt average 33..6 5 0..6 Average Per Game 107.3 TDs Rushing 8 18 PASSING YARDAGE 2723 3090 Comp-Att-Int 210-384-23 210-373-5 Average Per Pass 7.6 13 3....5 42 25.0 0 54.6 132..4 5 1.31 210-384-23 11 147..2 96 48..6 36..5 280.. YG YL NY 87 427 7 420 72 477 87 390 64 286 11 275 49 194 21 173 16 71 29 42 5 16 0 16 1 5 0 5 1 2 0 2 4 2 4 -2 6 0 65 -65 21 12 84 -72 326 1492 308 1184 401 1733 278 1455 YPC 4.2 -2 -0.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 7..1 8..2 303 0.019 LP APG 27 38.0 210 3090 14. Opponents.124 5.5 280.2 39..0 5 31 6.3 16 1.6 5 0. 41.3 7 -9..98 210-373-5 G 11 11 11 11 7 8 6 8 10 11 11 5 11 11 11 G 8 11 11 5 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 No.6 57 132.0 275 25.0 173 17..3 Average Per Catch 13.3 3907 355.1 33.00 0-1-0 11 114..0 -0.. 5 Sept...8 420 38.0 14.726 6.180 6. 3 Oct. Opponents.0 31 17.5 96 247.3 2 29 14.46 30-61-6 11 0.

5 61. 2009 Aaron Woods _____11 @ Montana State.0 Yds 1314 95 23 1432 1058 Yds 82 9 0 91 80 Yds 1693 132 0 1825 2020 Yds 3472 3472 4270 Rush -2 5 420 0 275 390 173 0 0 0 0 0 42 2 16 0 0 0 -65 -72 1184 1455 01-19 0-0 0-0 Avg 24. 2008 Ray Fry___________196 vs..0 Avg 9. 2008 Evans Okotcha ____17 vs. 2009 Tygue Howland____10 vs. 2009 Zach Brown _______53 vs.. Western Oregon. 2008 Justin Engstrom ___35 @ Idaho State.. Sacramento State.. E..0 Rec 535 904 240 660 25 0 31 101 86 0 45 45 0 29 0 16 0 6 0 0 2723 3090 20-29 0-0 3-4 TD 1 0 0 1 0 TD 0 0 0 0 1 Long 65 53 0 65 62 TB 6 6 6 PR 82 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91 80 Long 97 24 23 97 49 Long 31 9 0 31 33 T 5 0 0 5 4 OB 1 1 4 KOR 1314 0 0 0 95 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1432 1058 Pass 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 1-1 1-1 1-1 30-39 0-1 8-9 DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40-49 0-0 5-7 Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 Points 75 30 26 18 18 18 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 1 0 0 232 372 Lg 0 52 Blk 0 1 VIKING CAREER BESTS RUSHING YARDS Ben Bowen _______100 vs...2 6 0..5 0..2 39.0 23..3 -72 -9. E. N. 2009 Cory McCaffrey ____16 @ Oregon State..5 -65 -9. Western Oregon. Southern Oregon. 2008 Evans Okotcha ____39 vs.4 31 2. Washington. 2009 LONG FIELD GOAL Zach Brown _______52 vs. 2009 _________________1 @ E.. 2009 Mario D’Ambrosio __2 vs. Northern Colorado. UC Davis.5 45 5.. Sacramento State. 2008 Josh Nakamoto ____18 vs. 2009 Nevin Lewis _______ 29 vs. Colorado.... 2009 RECEIVING YARDS Keitrell Anderson __40 @ Idaho State. Northern Arizona. No. 2008 LONG PUNT Thomas Duyndum _65 vs. 2009 Nick Hutter _______4 @ Idaho State. 2009 RECEPTIONS Keitrell Anderson __2 @ Oregon State. Montana State. Opponents... Idaho State.. vs.0 7.0 0. 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS Justin Engstrom ___23 @ Idaho State.. Washington. Sacramento State.6 Avg 65.7 Avg 38. 2008 Ray Fry___________5 vs....0 72.0 37.. PUNTING Thomas Duyndam Zach Brown TEAM Total. Colorado.. Southern Oregon. 2008 Tracy Ford ________1 vs.. 2009 Daniel Wolverton __112 vs....8 15.0 395 35... Opponents... 2008 Drew Hubel _______623 vs.4 909 82. 2008 Aaron Woods _____9 vs. 2009 Tygue Howland____394 @ Sacramento State. 2009 Daniel Wolverton __6 vs. Washington.. FIELD GOALS Wade Penner Zach Brown KICK RETURNS Aaron Woods Ben Bowen Evans Okotcha Total.. E.... 2009 Rory Richards _____1 vs. Washington. 2009 Lavonte Kirven ____13.. 2009 FGM-FGA 0-1 18-25 No.. 2009 Nick Hutter _______41 @ Idaho State.6 6029 548. Opponents... E.. Western Oregon.9 390 35. E. Southern Oregon. 2009 Lavonte Kirven ____188 vs. Washington.. ALL PURPOSE Aaron Woods Ray Fry Bobby McClintock Lavonte Kirven Ben Bowen Connor Kavanaugh Evans Okotcha Keitrell Anderson D.... 2009 Mario D’Ambrosio __16 vs. Weber State. 2009 Ben Bowen _______1 vs.. Sacramneto State.. PUNT RETURNS Aaron Woods Keitrell Anderson Tracy Ford Total. 2009 Bobby McClintock _68 vs. 2009 Rory Richards _____6 vs.. 2008 Ray Fry___________10 @ Oregon State.8 Blkd 1 0 0 1 1 YdLn 26 31 Tot Avg/G 1929 175. 2009 _________________2 @ Northern Colorado.8 49 4.. Western Oregon.8 16 1.8 23. Opponents. E.. 2009 Nevin Lewis _______2 vs Sacramento State..5 227 22. 2006 Drew Hubel _______7 @ Oregon State.0 5485 498. Washington... 2009 Bobby McClintock _93 @ Idaho State. 2009 Mario D’Ambrosio __192 vs.0 660 60.. 2009 Cory McCaffrey ____1 three times Bobby McClintock _7 vs. 9 2 1 12 14 No.. 2008 PASSING YARDS Justin Engstrom ___239 @ Idaho State...5 45 7. 2009 Zach Brown _______29 @ Montana. Southern Oregon...PATs ------| FGs Kick Rush Rcv 18-25 21-21 0-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 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 1-1 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 18-26 22-22 0-2 1 9-13 45-47 1-1 1 Pct 0.6 660 60. UC Davis.5 65. 2008 Evans Okotcha ____2 vs. Western Oregon. 2009 Josh Nakamoto ____1 vs..5 6 0. Idaho State.7 110 15.. KICKOFFS Zach Brown Total.. 2008 Connor Kavanugh _68 vs.SCORING Zach Brown Lavonte Kirven Aaron Woods Ray Fry Connor Kavanaugh Bobby McClintock Justin Engstrom Nevin Lewis Keitrell Anderson DeShawn Shead Evans Okotcha Ben Bowen Ryan Rau TEAM Robert Truax Wade Penner Drew Hubel Total. Wolverton DeShawn Shead Nick Hutter Nevin Lewis Justin Engstrom Zach Brown Nick Kalpin Cory McCaffrey Jordan Brown Rory Richards TEAM Drew Hubel Total... 44 4 1 49 51 No. TD 0 5 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 25 49 |-----. 2009 Ben Bowen _______14 @ E... Sacramento State. Southern Oregon..3 38. Sacramento State..6 16 3.5 33. Washington. 2009 Nick Kalpin _______18 @ Washington State.6 5.9 23. Washington. 2008 Aaron Woods _____146 vs.. 2008 Drew Hubel _______44 vs.... Opponents..1 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 81 ... 2008 Connor Kavanugh _12 vs.6 42 8. Western Oregon. 2009 _________________2 @ Montana. 2008 Connor Kavanugh _131 vs.1 4.... 53 53 70 G 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 7 8 11 6 8 5 11 10 5 11 11 7 8 11 11 50-99 0-0 2-5 FC 14 0 0 14 17 Retn 1058 1432 IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 55 346 I20 13 0 0 13 23 Net 43. 2009 Josh Nakamoto ____2 vs... 2009 Zach Brown _______2 @ Montana. 2008 Tracy Ford ________25 vs. 2009 Tracy Ford ________48 @ Weber State...7 86 10. 2009 Tygue Howland____27 @ Sacramento State. 53 6 1 60 46 No. 2008 _________________7 @ Montana. Weber State. Sacramento State. Opponents.

1 4 . . 2009 9 2 . . . . 1 .. 2009 3 3 . . . . 1-0 . . 1 . 2-0 . . . . ... . . . . 1 . .. . .3 0. Cody Worthen_____9 vs. 1 . . . Joe Ma’aseia ______7 @ Sacramento State.5-5 0. . Montana State. . 2009 7 11 7 18 0. 2008 8 16 7 23 2. . . 2008 11 5 8 13 3. . INTERCEPTIONS DeShawn Shead Mike Williams Jordan Brown Total. . 1 . . Colorado. 2 11 393 369 762 61-232 24-161 5-55 38 24 9-27 10 2 2 11 338 408 746 56. 1 6 1-27 1 .. .0-38 4. Tracy Ford ________6 @ Oregon State. . . 3-49 7 . ..0-23 2. . . . Washington. . 2009 11 13 16 29 6. 3 . . . .0 TD 1 0 0 1 1 TD 1 1 1 Long 31 0 6 31 88 Long 27 27 4 VIKING CAREER BESTS 82 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . . Dereck Jester _____3 vs.0-6 1. . . . 2009 10 3 8 11 . . . . . . Opponents. . . 2009 9 4 4 8 . . 1 1 . . _________________2 @ E. . _________________9 vs. . 2009 11 3 . . 2009 10 4 1 5 . 2009 11 3 1 4 . . Carl Sommer ______2 @ Oregon State. . .. 3 . Jermaine Jacobs ___9 @ E. 1 . . Erik Pedersen _____2 @ Weber State. 3 . UC Davis. . Saui Matagiese ____7 vs.0-11 . UC Davis. . . . .5-8 . Kevin Takeno______1 vs. Northern Colorado. 2009 11 23 31 54 9.. Washington. Sacramento State. .. 1-0 . . . . Joel Sisler ________5 vs. . . .. .5-5 . . _________________2 Idaho State. UC Davis. . .. Northern Arizona. . . . . . 2009 11 4 1 5 .0-7 .0-3 . . . . Rory Richards _____7 @ Washington State. . Weber State. 2007 Ryan Rau _________12 vs. . Montana State. 2 3 . . Northern Arizona.. .0-4 . . . Ryan Pedersen ____13 @ Montana. . 2 2 . 2009 11 27 20 47 2. Jaycob Shoemaker _9 vs.5-14 1. . 1 . .. Sacramento State. . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . .. 2009 11 2 1 3 .0-241 28-165 23-346 39 14 11-4 11 2 1 No. .5-2 . . . . . _________________2 @ Montana. Weber State.. UC Davis.. . Erik Pedersen _____13 vs. 2 . .5-29 3. 2008 Ryan Pedersen ____2 @ E.. .0-8 . 2009 10 13 26 39 .0-26 .0-23 . . . . .0 11... Ryan Reardon _____5 vs. . . . . ..5-33 4. .0-12 . . . 2 . . Dominic David ____3 vs. Opponents. . . . Southern Oregon. UC Davis.0-16 3..0-6 . . . _________________2 vs. .. .. . 2009 11 9 9 18 0. . 2009 10 1 1 2 . 2008 6 1 1 2 . 2 2 . Montana State. . N. . . 2009 6 17 25 42 4. . . 11 . .. ...0 15. . . 2009 11 20 6 26 . . 1 1-0 2 .0 Avg 27. _________________2 @ Northern Colorado.. 11 1 . . . .. . 2007 11 33 27 60 2. . .. . .0-17 . 1 1 1 Yds 49 0 6 55 346 Yds 27 27 4 Avg 16. . Michael Williams ___9 vs.. . 1-0 1 . Washington. Washington. . 1-0 1 . . . 2009 6 3 8 11 1. . . Weber State. 2 . . 2007 11 1 . . . Brian Walters ______1 three times Kevin Watts _______2 vs. . . 2009 Kevin Konrath _____2 @ Montana. . . Washington. 1 . . . FUMBLE RETURNS Ryan Rau Total.0-6 .0-6 1-0 7 . . . Northern Arizona. . 2009 10 13 13 26 2.0-21 . . 1 . . 3 2 1-0 . . . . . 2009 10 5 1 6 1. . _________________2 @ Northern Colorado.. Washington. . SACKS (more than 1) 8 1 1 2 .. . Braedyn Eagle _____1 @ Oregon State.. DeShawn Shead ___8 @ E. Dallas Smith ______3 @ UC Davis. . . . . . 1 . 2009 11 1 3 4 . . . . . .0-19 1. . 2007 11 1 1 2 . Kyle Van Arden ____1 vs.. UC Davis. . .. . . . .. . 2008 Nathan Snow _____10 vs. . Nick Gale _________2 vs. . 2009 11 3 5 8 1. 2009 11 28 17 45 1.0-8 1. . 2009 4 1 2 3 0. . Wolverton 69 Kyle Ritt 48 Braedyn Eagle 94 Kyle Van Arden 91 Rory Richards 85 Nevin Lewis TM TEAM Total. . . . . Opponents. 3 1 1 5 23 No. . .. .0-3 . 2009 11 7 12 19 2. Sacramento State. . . . . . 2009 2 1 1 2 . . . . Quinn Stewart_____2 vs. Jordan Brown _____10 @ E.0 27. . . 1 .0-6 1. 2008 8 2 6 8 .0 4.0-7 1. .. 4 . Colton Russi ______2 @ Oregon State. . .0 6. 2009 11 32 25 57 9.5-8 1.. .. DJ Macarthy ______7 vs. 1 . . . . . . .0-13 1-6 2 . 2009 3 . . . _________________2 vs. Weber State.. . 2009 11 29 20 49 1. _________________2 @ E. 2009 _________________6 vs. . 2009 11 12 13 25 1. . . |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd TACKLES GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick SF Travis Beckley _____6 vs. 1 3 . David Pedersen____5 @ Northern Colorado. . .DEFENSE TACKLES 56 Ryan Rau 32 Cody Worthen 53 Ryan Pedersen 75 Jermaine Jacobs 25 Mike Williams 31 Jordan Brown 24 DeShawn Shead 51 Erik Pedersen 54 Jaycob Shoemaker 92 Travis Beckley 7 Tracy Ford 97 Siasau Matagiese 42 Joel Sisler 22 Nathan Snow 99 Joe Ma’aseia 52 Ryan Reardon 41 DJ Macarthy 70 Dereck Jester 47 Dominic David 50 David Pedersen 93 Carl Sommer 23 Andrew Godinet 95 Nick Gale 43 Kevin Konrath 19 Zach Brown 34 Nick Kalpin 89 Aaron Woods 39 Ben Bowen 5 Ray Fry 21 Kevin Watts 59 Brian Walters 37 Bobby McClintock 28 Evans Okotcha 57 Colton Russi 40 Quinn Stewart 67 Manuel Rojas 35 Kevin Takeno 81 D. 2009 11 34 38 72 10. . . . Andrew Godinet ___2 @ Weber State. . .. . 8 1 .5-0 . . . 2 . .5-0 . . .

5 6.0 0.9 -1.1 Zach Brown Aaron Woods Field Goals t6th 1. 33.55 95th 20th 44th 70th 48th 109th 107th 111th 46th 61st 8th 118th 117th 75th 43rd 74th t94th PLAYERS IN NCAA STATISTICS (top 30) Ray Fry Receptions t25th 6.86 G PBU Int Total Avg 11 7 3 10 0. Aaron Woods SCORING 6.8 2 Int Yds TD 3 49 1 LG Avg 27 38. 26 Oct. Ray Fry KICK RETURN AVG 3. 3 TD also Sports Network National Player of the Week Made FGs of 50.0 11 DB 32 27 59 5.4 Kick Returns 21st All-Purpose Yards 4th 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 83 .0 G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg 11 LB 4 0 26 4.91 11 LB 9 1 33 9.. 5 KOR-202 yards.4 G 11 G 11 TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Avg.18 5.9 114.5 0.09 Lg Avg 97 24.2 91 17.0 G Rec Yds TD 11 67 904 3 G Ret Yds TD 11 53 1314 1 G Rec Yds TD 11 67 904 3 11 37 660 5 2009 Career Aaron Woods 4 (3 rec.6 247. Aaron Woods RECEIVE YDS/GAME 4. 97 KOR for TD. Thomas Duyndam ALL PURPOSE 2.82 280.91 BIG GAMES ON OFFENSE 100-Yard Games Passing 2009 Career Drew Hubel 7 21 Connor Kavanaugh 2 2 Justin Engstrom 1 1 Rushing Ben Bowen Receiving Ray Fry Aaron Woods Lavonte Kirven Daniel Wolverton 200-Yard Games Passing Drew Hubel Justin Engstrom 300-Yard Games Passing Drew Hubel 400-Yard Games Passing Drew Hubel 2009 Career 1 1 2009 Career 3 5 2 7 2 2 0 2 2009 Career 5 16 1 1 2009 Career 4 11 2009 Career 0 4 PORTLAND STATE’S BIG SKY PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Zach Brown Aaron Woods Zach Brown Sept.64 24. Kickoffs averaged 65. Ryan Rau TACKLES FOR LOSS 7. Ryan Pedersen Jermaine Jacobs PASSES DEFENDED 4.8 60. 40 yards PSU IN NCAA STATISTICS Rushing Offense Passing Offense Total Offense Scoring Offense Rushing Defense Pass Efficiency Defense Total Defense Scoring Defense Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Turnover Margin Pass Defense Passing Efficiency Sacks Tackles For Loss Sacks Allowed 107.3 147. DeShawn Shead G 11 G 11 Att Yds ypg TD 87 420 4.5 4. 330 all-purpose yards.86 11 DT 8 3 29 9. Ray Fry 10. 1 re) 9 (8 ru. 1 KR) 11 (9 rec.8 175. Zach Brown FIELD GOALS 1.9 413.6 355.2 21.1 Receiving Yards 19th 82. McClintock INTERCEPTIONS 5. Field Goals Made 18 RUSHING 10. 2 KR) Lavonte Kirven 5 (receiving) 8 (receiving) Ray Fry 3 (receiving) 5 (receiving) Connor Kavanaugh 3 (rushing) 3 (rushing) Bobby McClintock 3 (2 ru. 1 re) Ben Bowen 1 (rushing) 1 (rushing) DeShawn Shead 1 (INT ret) 1 (INT ret) Nevin Lewis 1 (receiving) 1 (receiving) Ryan Rau 1 (fumble ret) 1 (fumble ret) Evans Okotcha 1 (rushing) 1 (rushing) Justin Engstrom 1 (rushing) 1 (rushing) Keitrell Anderson 1 (receiving) 1 (receiving) Daniel Wolverton 2 (1 rec. 10 special teams special teams special teams Made FGs of 52 and 46 yards.2 Lg Int/G 31 0. Avg 18 25 72.5 82.6 yards. 1 FR) Tracy Ford 1 (rushing) TOUCHDOWNS SINGLE-GAME LEADERS (includes ties) G Punt Yds Lg Avg 11 44 1693 65 38.1 132.6 23. Lavonte Kirven PUNTING 8.PORTLAND STATE AMONG BIG SKY STAT LEADERS PSU LED THE BIG SKY IN. 12 Sept.6 7.. B.27 Lg Avg PG 56 13.8 FG FGA Pct.0 0. Ryan Rau 8.4 0.55 2.5 0.0 1. Zach Brown TACKLES 21.5 G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg 11 -2 535 82 1314 1929 175.36 G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg 11 LB 7 6 38 10.64 Rushing Yards 2009 Career Connor Kavanaugh 7 7 Bobby McClintock 2 14 Ben Bowen 2 2 Receiving Yards Ray Fry Lavonte Kirven Aaron Woods Bobby McClintock Receptions Ray Fry Lavonte Kirven Bobby McClintock Aaron Woods Tackles Ryan Rau Erik Pedersen Cody Worthen Jordan Brown Nathan Snow Mike Williams Ryan Pedersen Jermaine Jacobs Jaycob Shoemaker 2009 Career 5 7 4 5 1 6 1 1 2009 Career 8 9 2 3 2 3 2 7 2009 Career 4 4 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg Sack 11 LB 34 38 72 6.2 33. DeShawn Shead RECEPTIONS/GAME 5. Ryan Rau 30. 0 21 18 0 75 6.8 33. Cody Worthen SACKS 10.8 Lg Avg YPG 56 13.3 2.

INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
PASSING @ OSU vs SOU @ UM vs. WSU vs. SAC @ UNC vs. NAU vs. UCD @ EWU vs. MSU @ ISU RECEIVING @ OSU vs. SOU @ UM vs. WSU vs. SAC @ UNC vs. NAU vs. UCD @ EWU vs. MSU @ ISU TACKLES @ OSU vs. SOU @ UM vs WSU vs. SAC @ UNC vs. NAU vs. UCD @ EWU vs. MSU @ ISU Hubel 20-37-0-252-0 14-23-2-370-4 25-51-3-325-1 17-26-0-353-2 31-50-2-370-1 18-25-2-193-1 DNP-injured DNP-injured 7-23-3-98-0 1-4-0-15-0 DNP-injured Woods 3-11-0 5-118-1 4-29-0 5-128-2 9-83-0 4-50-0 2-11-0 0-0-0 5-60-0 3-26-0 3-19-0 Kavanaugh 2-4-0-22-0 1-3-0-4-0 0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0 DNP @ QB 5-6-1-47-0 11-24-3-116-0 12-18-0-131-2 7-11-0-57-0 9-17-1-67-0 DNP @ QB Fry 10-146-0 3-81-1 6-76-0 7-196-0 4-49-0 8-101-0 5-42-1 5-69-1 5-50-0 5-26-0 9-68-0 Engstrom DNP-CD DNP-CD DNP-CD DNP-CD DNP-CD DNP-CD 5-7-0-52-1 1-4-0-4-0 1-5-2-8-0 0-3-0-0-0 23-42-4-239-2 Kirven 2-25-0 3-140-2 4-97-1 1-16-0 13-188-0 3-29-1 5-78-0 2-21-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 3-65-1 RUSHING @ OSU vs. SOU @ UM vs. WSU vs. SAC @ UNC vs. NAU vs. UCD @ EWU vs. MSU @ ISU Okotcha 10-22-0 7-23-0 2-6-0 0-0-0 2-9-0 10-34-0 5-26-0 DNP-CD 4-18-0 8-39-1 1-(-4) Bowen 5-8-0 4-8-0 8-22-1 15-100-0 7-13-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-25-0 5-13-0 0-0-0 12-86-0 McClintock Kavanaugh 2-2-0 5-35-0 6-50-0 3-65-0 9-60-0 1-(-1)-0 9-27-0 2-8-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 18-44-0 11-56-1 5-34-0 10-42-1 8-34-1 13-50-0 8-30-0 7-68-0 6-46-0 20-67-0 16-93-1 0-0-0

McClintock 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-67-0 4-13-0 0-0-0 5-40-0 0-0-0 5-46-1 3-38-0 2-30-0 3-6-0 Worthen 1-6-7 1-4-5 (TFL) 1-3-4 (TFL) 2-0-2 5-4-9 1-2-3 6-1-7 6-2-8 (FR) 5-1-6 (TFL) 3-2-5 (PBU) 1-2-3 (PBU) Sisler 2-2-4 (PBU) 1-0-1 (SK) 1-2-3 4-0-4 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-1-2 (PBU) 1-4-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 (FF) 0-1-1 Rau 1-3-4 (TFL) 2-5-7 (2TFL, SK, PBU) 2-6-8 1.5TFL, SK) 1-1-2 3-3-6 (TFL) 4-3-7 (TFL) 8-4-12 (2TFL, SK, FF) 4-1-5 (FR-TD) 1-5-6 (2TFL, SK) 7-1-8 (TFL) 1-6-7 Jacobs Brown 0-5-5 1-0-1 4-1-5 (2TFL, SK) 3-2-5 (1.5TFL, INT) 1-5-6 (TFL) 3-6-9 2-4-6 (SK) 0-0-0 4-2-6 (2TFL) 0-0-0 2-2-4 (1.5TFL) 3-3-6 0-1-1 4-0-4 1-4-5 4-2-6 5-4-9 (SK, 2FF) 2-5-7 (FR) 3-1-4 (TFL, FR) 3-0-3 1-2-3 4-2-6 (TFL, SK, 2PBU, FR)

R. Pedersen E. Pedersen Shead 1-4-5 (TFL) 4-5-9 (TFL) 0-3-3 5-0-5 (2TFL, PBU) 3-3-6 (TFL, PBU) 3-0-3 1-4-5 4-6-10 (TFL) 0-2-2 (INT) 0-0-0 3-4-7 (2TFL PBU) 4-2-6 (INT-TD) 5-2-7 (TFL) 2-6-8 4-0-4 (PBU) 2-2-4 DNP-hand 1-1-2 (FF, INT, FR) 2-4-6 1-1-2 1-1-2 (PBU) 3-2-5 (SK, FF) DNP-injured 3-1-4 (PBU) 4-5-9 (3TFL, 2SK) DNP-injured 7-1-8 (TFL) 4-1-5 (FF) DNP-injured 4-2-6 (2PBU) 5-1-6 (2TFL, SK) DNP-injured 1-4-5

VIKING STARTERS IN 2009
OFFENSE @ Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON @ Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE @ Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS @ Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE @ Idaho State DEFENSE @ Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON @ Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE @ Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS @ Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE @ Idaho State LT LG Waldron Punzal Waldron Punzal Waldron Punzal Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas Waldron Rojas WaldronS. Giandomenico DT Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs Jacobs

C Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley Staley

RG Ritt Ritt Kleffner Ritt Ritt Ritt Ritt Ritt Ritt Ritt Ritt

RT Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen Leunen

xWR Wolverton Wolverton Anderson Anderson Bowen (RB) Lewis Okotcha (RB) Lewis Wolverton Wolverton Anderson ILB E. Pedersen E. Pedersen E. Pedersen E. Pedersen E. Pedersen D. Pedersen E. Pedersen Shoemaker Konrath Shoemaker Shoemaker

wWR yWR Woods Fry Woods Fry (Bowen-RB) Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry Woods Fry ILB Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau Rau SS Brown Brown Brown Snow Snow Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

zWR Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Kirven Lewis FS Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen Worthen

QB Hubel Hubel Hubel Hubel Hubel Hubel Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Hubel Hubel Engstrom CB Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead Shead

FB McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock McClintock CB Ford Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Ford Williams

DE Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia Ma’aseia

DE Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley Beckley

OLB OLB R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Stewart R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Sisler R. Pedersen Macarthy R. Pedersen Macarthy

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PORTLAND STATE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
PSU OFFENSE at Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON at Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE at Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS vs Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE at Idaho State Totals Opponent |---RUSHING---| No. Yds TD Lg 25 77 1 14 29 149 0 36 23 47 1 12 28 124 0 42 14 -2 0 7 45 109 1 22 29 106 1 23 31 102 1 30 28 115 0 33 38 158 1 31 36 199 2 24 42 57

|--RECEIVING--| |-------PASSING------| No. Yds TD Lg Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD 22 274 0 40 22-41-0 274 0 15 374 4 96 15-26-2 374 4 25 325 1 48 25-52-3 325 1 17 353 2 83 17-26-0 353 2 31 370 1 44 31-50-2 370 1 23 240 1 23 23-31-3 240 1 16 168 1 45 16-31-3 168 1 13 135 2 30 13-22-0 135 2 15 163 0 35 15-39-5 163 0 10 82 0 15 10-24-1 82 0 23 239 2 40 23-42-4 239 2

Lg 40 96 48 83 44 23 45 30 35 15 40

|--KICK RET--| No Yds TD Lg 7 125 0 27 3 67 0 24 5 108 0 25 5 202 1 97 6 125 0 25 4 103 0 29 6 130 0 52 6 149 0 38 9 181 0 36 4 106 0 29 5 136 0 52 60 1432 1 46 1058 0 97 49

|--PUNT RET--| No Yds TD Lg 1 0 0 0 5 11 0 9 1 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 31 0 26 1 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 6 1 31 0 31 12 14 91 80 0 1 31 33

All-Purpose 351 523 372 477 368 349 274 237 278 240 438 3907 4545

326 1184 8 401 1455 18

210 2723 14 96 210 3090 28 87

210-384-23 2723 14 96 210-373-5 3090 28 87

PSU DEFENSE at Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON at Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE at Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS vs Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE at Idaho State Totals Opponent

|--------TACKLES-------| |-SACKS-| |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd |-Kicks--XPTS-| Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts 21 52 73 5.0-25 2.0-21 0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 38 20 58 11.0-39 3.0-17 0 1-0 2-6 5 1 4-4 0 0 0 34 27 62 89 4.0-15 1.0-9 1 0-0 1-0 2 0 2-2 0 0 0 17 46 18 64 4.0-17 2.0-13 0 0-0 1-31 4 0 2-2 0 0 0 29 41 30 71 6.0-13 1.0-6 0 0-0 0-0 3 0 0-0 0 1 0 14 21 32 53 4.0-6 0.0-0 2 2-0 1-18 1 0 2-2 0 0 0 23 48 20 68 6.0-32 3.0-24 1 0-0 0-0 4 0 2-2 0 0 0 23 37 42 79 4.0-13 2.0-9 2 3-27 0-0 4 0 4-4 0 0 0 31 37 43 80 8.0-23 4.0-16 2 1-0 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 2 10 47 16 63 3.0-12 1.0-10 2 1-0 0-0 3 0 1-1 0 0 0 10 30 34 64 6.0-37 5.0-36 0 1-0 0-0 8 1 4-4 0 0 0 34 393 369 762 338 408 746 61.0-232 24.0-161 10 9-27 5-55 38 56.0-241 28.0-165 11 11-4 23-346 39 |--FIELD GOALS--| Att-Made Lg Blkd 1-0 0 0 3-2 52 0 3-1 20 1 3-1 20 0 2-2 38 0 3-3 50 0 3-3 43 0 1-1 30 0 4-2 47 0 1-1 22 0 2-2 40 0 26-18 13-9 52 50 1 1 2 2 22-22 47-45 0 1 1 1 2 1 232 372

PSU KICKING at Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON at Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE at Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS vs Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE at Idaho State Totals Opponent

|-------------PUNTING-----------------| No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 5 162 32.4 38 0 0 3 0 4 2 112 56.0 65 0 1 0 1 0 4 172 43.0 47 0 0 1 0 0 3 123 41.0 52 0 0 1 1 2 6 232 38.7 53 0 2 0 1 1 3 108 36.0 41 0 0 0 0 1 3 133 44.3 54 0 0 1 1 0 6 256 42.7 55 0 0 1 2 3 6 189 31.5 44 0 0 2 0 2 8 202 25.2 33 1 0 5 0 0 3 136 45.3 50 0 2 0 1 0 49 1825 37.2 65 51 2020 39.6 62 1 1 5 4 14 17 7 5 13 23

No. 2 7 4 6 3 6 6 6 3 3 7

-- KICKOFFS -Yds. Avg. TB 125 62.5 0 459 65.6 0 265 66.2 2 403 67.2 0 187 62.3 1 375 62.5 0 403 67.2 0 391 65.2 1 205 68.3 0 175 58.3 0 484 69.1 2 6 6

OB 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

53 3472 65.5 70 4270 61.0

OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
OPPONENT at Oregon State SOUTHERN OREGON at Montana WEBER STATE SACRAMENTO STATE at Northern Colorado NORTHERN ARIZONA UC DAVIS vs Eastern Washington MONTANA STATE at Idaho State Opponent totals Portland State |---RUSHING---| No. Yds TD Lg 36 151 3 43 34 12 0 13 43 229 2 57 26 89 1 21 48 142 1 18 18 83 0 25 42 204 3 40 35 143 1 38 40 132 3 47 47 185 2 26 32 85 2 31 57 42

|--RECEIVING--| |-------PASSING-------| No. Yds TD Lg Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD 15 282 1 87 15-23-0 282 1 16 231 1 75 16-41-2 231 1 16 272 4 56 16-27-1 272 4 31 410 4 49 31-48-1 410 4 17 256 3 46 17-29-0 256 3 16 208 1 74 16-26-1 208 1 21 254 3 31 21-35-0 254 3 26 341 3 30 26-42-0 341 3 21 413 4 50 21-33-0 413 4 14 116 1 17 14-31-0 116 1 17 307 3 45 17-38-0 307 3 210-373-5 3090 28 210-384-23 2723 14

Lg 87 75 56 49 46 74 31 30 50 17 45 87 96

|--KICK RET--| No Yds TD Lg 2 79 0 49 6 143 0 31 2 43 0 29 6 144 0 34 2 39 0 26 6 112 0 23 6 142 0 39 5 133 0 40 3 65 0 29 3 32 0 14 5 126 0 36 46 1058 0 60 1432 1 49 97

|--PUNT RET--| No Yds TD Lg 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 48 0 33 1 -1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 9 1 -5 0 0 1 17 1 0 1 0 0 0 14 12 80 91 1 0 33 31

All-Purpose 433 243 501 499 398 291 458 484 545 301 392 4545 3907

401 1455 18 326 1184 8

210 3090 28 87 210 2723 14 96

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PORTLAND STATE GAME HIGHS
Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes 20 Connor Kavanaugh vs Montana State (Nov 07, 2009) 100 Ben Bowen vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) 1 Connor Kavanaugh at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Ben Bowen at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) Connor Kavanaugh at Northern Colorado (Oct 10, 2009) Connor Kavanaugh vs Northern Arizona (Oct 17, 2009) Bobby McClintock vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) Evans Okotcha vs Montana State (Nov 07, 2009) Bobby McClintock at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) Justin Engstrom at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) 42 Ben Bowen vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) 51 Drew Hubel at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) 31 Drew Hubel vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) 370 Drew Hubel vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) Drew Hubel vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) 4 Drew Hubel vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 96 Drew Hubel vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 13 Lavonte Kirven vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) 196 Ray Fry vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) 2 Lavonte Kirven vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) Aaron Woods vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) 96 Aaron Woods vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 3 Zach Brown at Northern Colorado (Oct 10, 2009) Zach Brown vs Northern Arizona (Oct 17, 2009) 52 Zach Brown vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 6 Thomas Duyndam vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) Thomas Duyndam vs Montana State (Nov 07, 2009) 56.0 Thomas Duyndam vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 65 Thomas Duyndam vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) 31 Aaron Woods at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) 97 Aaron Woods vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) 12 Ryan Rau vs Northern Arizona (Oct 17, 2009) 2.0 Ryan Pedersen vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) 2.5 Ryan Pedersen vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) 1 Mike Williams vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) Jordan Brown vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) DeShawn Shead at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) DeShawn Shead vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) DeShawn Shead at Northern Colorado (Oct 10, 2009)

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS
Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions 34 111 3 57 47 31 413 4 87 9 157 3 87 2 50 8 48.5 62 33 49 16 3.0 3.0 4

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

Terrance Dailey, vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) Terrance Dailey, vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) Rodgers, Jacq., at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Andrew Schmidt, at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) Cameron Higgins, vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) Cameron Higgins, vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) Matt Nichols, vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) Cameron Higgins, vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) Matt Nichols, vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) Canfield, Sean, at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Carter, vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) Kelvin Krosch, at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) Kelvin Krosch, at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) Rodgers, James, at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Kahut, Justin, at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Kelley, vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) Jarrett Huk, at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) Kahut, Justin, at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Tyler CROWLEY, vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) Mike Snoy, vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) Tyler CROWLEY, vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) Andrew Schmidt, at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) Rodgers, James, at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) Phillip Arias, at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) Christian Clark, vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) Christian Clark, vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) Matt Johnson, vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes 48 229 5.3 3

PORTLAND STATE TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By 45 199 5.5 2 52 31 374 14.4 4 78 523 9.5 34 5 24 10 104 6 2 at Northern Colorado (Oct 10, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009)

Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

48 31 413 12.5 4 78 545 7.5 49 5 29 10 115 3 5

vs Sacramento State (Oct 03, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) at Oregon State (Sep 05, 2009) vs Northern Arizona (Oct 17, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) vs Weber State (Sep 26, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) vs Montana State (Nov 07, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) vs Montana State (Nov 07, 2009) vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) at Idaho State (Nov 14, 2009) at Montana (Sep 19, 2009) vs Southern Oregon (Sep 12, 2009) at Northern Colorado (Oct 10, 2009) vs UC Davis (Oct 24, 2009) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 31, 2009)

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PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS TOP VIKING PASSERS CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE 13. 2008 vs. 1979 @ Northern Colorado. 1979 @ U.653 Juston Wood _____ 1999-02 5. Neil Lomax. Washington Brian White. Drew Hubel. Neil Lomax. Neil Lomax.220 yards Most Passes Completed Career: 938-Neil Lomax. 17.513 June Jones _________ 3.258 Chris Crawford____ 1985-88 6. 21. 7.590 June Jones _______ 1975-76 5. Weber St. 1979 @ Northern Colorado 3.098 Jimmy Blanchard____ 3. 1979 @ Northern Colorado Consecutive Passes. 20. 1992 vs.038 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 588/954 Chris Crawford____ 1985-88 527/978 Terry Summerfield 1981-85 500/924 Tim Von Dulm ____ 1969-70 482/849 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-09 414/724 Juston Wood _____ 1999-02 375/658 June Jones _______ 1975-76 340/527 John Charles _____ 1991-92 331/612 Joe Wiser ________ 2001-04 300-YARD PASSING GAMES 28 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 12 Tim Von Dulm ____ 1969-70 11 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-08 8 John Charles _____ 1991-92 8 Terry Summerfield 1981-85 7 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 7 June Jones _______ 1975-76 6 Juston Wood _____ 1999-02 6 Chris Crawford____ 1985-88 4 Bill Matos ________ 1990-93 4 Kyle Allen ________ 1994-95 400-YARD PASSING GAMES 10 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 4 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-08 3 John Charles _____ 1991-92 3 June Jones _______ 1975-76 2 Brian White ______ 2006-07 2 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 2 Darren Del’Andrae 1989-90 1 four times SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE 4.917 Darren Del’Andrae___ 2.338 John Charles _____ 1991-92 YARDS PASSING 13. 2007 @ Montana Terry Summerfield. 1985 vs. 2008 vs. Montana Kyle Allen. 1980 vs. 2007 vs. Neil Lomax. Game 1. Eastern Washington Individual Pass Completions. Eastern Washington Most Touchdown Passes Career: 106-Neil Lomax.917-Bill Matos. 2000 vs. 1999 vs.798 June Jones _______ 1975-76 5. 30. DREW HUBEL 6. Drew Hubel.967 Tim Von Dulm ____ 1969-70 5. 1989 @ Southern Utah Neil Lomax.501 Terry Summerfield 1981-85 6.046 Terry Summerfield 1981-85 6. Northern Arizona Neil Lomax.358 yards 11. 1979 @ San Francisco State Jimmy Blanchard.463 June Jones _________ 3.041 Tim Von Dulm ______ 3. 2008 vs.345 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 8.607 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 618/1.543 yards Most Yards Total Offense Career: 13. 1980 (11 games) Game: 623-Drew Hubel. 8. Tim Von Dulm. Eastern Washington Neil Lomax. 2007 vs. 5.506 Neil Lomax_________ 3. 41.455 yards Most Yards Passing Career: 13.524 Neil Lomax_________ 3. Weber State Neil Lomax. International Neil Lomax. Tim Von Dulm.882 John Charles _______ 2. 19. Southern Oregon Darren Del’Andrae. 1970 vs. 2007 vs. 1977-80 (42 games) Season: 4. South Dakota State June Jones. Eastern Washington Best Completion Percentage Career: . 29. 2008 vs.798 yards 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 87 .788 Drew Hubel ________ YARDS PASSING 4.157 Neil Lomax_________ 3. 1977 vs. 1978 @ Puget Sound Neil Lomax. 24. 2008 vs. 1979 vs. 9. UC-Davis Drew Hubel. 1990 (137/204) Game: . 25. 18. Eastern Washington John Charles. 1996 vs. Cal State Northridge June Jones. 28. 1979 (11 games) Game: 77-Neil Lomax. 2001 vs.672-Don Bailey.200 Juston Wood _______ 3. 1970 vs. Eastern Washington 65.007 Charles Dunn_____ 1997-00 5. Montana State TOP PASSING GAMES IN PSU HISTORY 1.455 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 7.220 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 8. 1977-80 Season: 299-Neil Lomax.966 Neil Lomax_________ 3. 2007 @ San Diego State Drew Hubel.543 Chris Crawford____ 1985-87 6. 1976 vs. 1979 @ Northern Colorado 73. Eastern Washington 44. 2008 vs. 16. 1969 vs. 31. Northern Arizona Drew Hubel. 38. 26. 1980 (11 games) Game: 9-Drew Hubel.501 Tim Von Dulm ____ 1969-70 5. Montana Neil Lomax. 13. 1979 @ Northern Colorado Juston Wood.646-John Charles. 77. 1991-92 (341/528) Season: . 6.681 Juston Wood _____ 1999-02 5.563 John Charles _____ 1991-92 4. 2. 1980 @ Idaho State Tim Von Dulm. Game 1.607-Neil Lomax. Tim Von Dulm. 1976 vs. TIM VON DULM 5. 1969 @ Fresno State 64. 44.806 Terry Summerfield __ 2.211 Juston Wood _______ 3. 1980 vs. Eastern Montana John Charles.S. 3. Cal-Poly SLO 623 592 550 499 486 485 483 482 474 474 469 468 464 464 459 453 452 448 445 444 442 435 435 432 429 413 412 409 408 404 405 Drew Hubel.501 yards Individual Pass Attempts. 3. Sacramento State June Jones. 4. Montana State 4. Eastern Washington 70. Montana State Darren Del’Andrae.944 John Charles _______ TOUCHDOWN PASSES 37 Neil Lomax_________ 32 John Charles _______ 29 Jimmy Blanchard____ 26 John Charles _______ 26 Neil Lomax_________ 26 Tim Von Dulm ______ 25 June Jones _________ 25 Neil Lomax_________ 25 Tim Von Dulm ______ 23 Juston Wood _______ PASS COMPLETIONS 299/516 Neil Lomax_________ 296/473 Neil Lomax_________ 259/490 Tim Von Dulm ______ 241/433 Terry Summerfield __ 241/434 Tim Von Dulm ______ 241/436 Neil Lomax_________ 238/423 June Jones _________ 226/393 Drew Hubel ________ 218/366 Juston Wood _______ 212/355 Jimmy Blanchard____ 300-YARD PASSING GAMES 10 Neil Lomax_________ 8 Neil Lomax_________ 7 Neil Lomax_________ 7 Terry Summerfield __ 6 Tim Von Dulm ______ 6 Tim Von Dulm ______ 5 Drew Hubel ________ 5 Juston Wood _______ 5 John Charles _______ 5 June Jones _________ 400-YARD PASSING GAMES 4 Neil Lomax_________ 4 Neil Lomax_________ 3 June Jones _________ 2 Drew Hubel ________ 2 Drew Hubel ________ 2 Brian White ________ 2 John Charles _______ 2 Darren Del’Andrae___ 1 Nine times _________ 1980 1979 1978 1976 2001 1999 1989 1992 1985 2008 1980 1979 1976 1978 2001 1999 1970 1989 1985 1992 1980 1991 1999 1992 1979 1970 1976 1978 1969 2001 1979 1980 1970 1985 1969 1978 1976 2008 2001 1999 1980 1979 1978 1985 1970 1969 2008 2001 1992 1976 1979 1980 1976 2008 2007 2007 1992 1989 2001 ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS Most Passes Attempted Career: 1. 27. Drew Hubel. Calgary (11/12) JIMMY BLANCHARD 8. Weber State Neil Lomax. 22.489 Kyle Allen ________ 1994-95 TOUCHDOWN PASSES 106 Neil Lomax_______ 1977-80 63 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 58 John Charles _____ 1991-92 51 Tim Von Dulm ____ 1969-70 48 Chris Crawford____ 1985-88 42 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-09 41 June Jones _______ 1975-76 37 Juston Wood _____ 1999-02 36 Terry Summerfield 1981-85 33 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-08 PASS COMPLETIONS 938/1.509 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1997-00 7.157-Neil Lomax. 1977-80 (42 games) Season: 4. 1977 vs. 1989 @ Montana John Charles. Montana Neil Lomax. 42.967 yards JUNE JONES 5.094-Neil Lomax.220-Neil Lomax. 1980 vs. 1976 @ Puget Sound Neil Lomax. 1979 Game: 44-Neil Lomax.016 Darren Del’Andrae___ 2. W. 1991 @ Cal Poly Jimmy Blanchard. Mike Atwood. 1977-80 (42 games) Season: 516-Neil Lomax. 2. 5. 1980 @ Idaho State TERRY SUMMERFIELD 6.112 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-09 6. 1980 (11 games) Game: 598-Drew Hubel. 1999 (NCAA record) NEIL LOMAX 13. 1995 vs.358 Drew Hubel ______ 2007-09 5. 12.950 Neil Lomax_________ 3. 1992 @ Boise State Brian White. 1977 vs. 1977-80 (42 games) Season: 37-Neil Lomax.101 Jimmy Blanchard____ 2. (FCS record) CHRIS CRAWFORD 7. 15.975 Terry Summerfield __ 2. Eastern Washington 5. 2008 vs.094 Neil Lomax_________ 3.345-Neil Lomax. no INTs: 342-Jimmy Blanchard. 4. 1992 @ Sacramento State Matt O’Conner.

11. 10/30/99 vs. Cal State Northridge Ryan Fuqua. 20.176 Charles Dunn _______ 1. 12.994 yards 8.007 yards CAREER YARDS RUSHING 6. 18. 1995 vs. 1994 @ Angelo State Charles Dunn.730 Ryan Fuqua ______ 2001-04 4.619 Steve Papin ________ 1. Colorado (356 yds) Most Yards Rushing Career: 6. 14. Three Consecutive Games 906-Ryan Fuqua.. Cal St. Cal Poly .. 2005 Most Games Rushing for 200 yards Career: 9-Charles Dunn.730 yards Best Rushing Average Career: 5. Sacramento State . 22. 2000 @ Northern Arizona PORTLAND STATE IN THE NCAA I FCS RECORD BOOK BIG GAMES Team Having a 200-Yard Rusher And A 200-Yard Receiver In The Same Game . Northridge Ryan Fuqua. Northern Colorado Charles Dunn.702 Joe Rubin __________ 1.It has been done twice.408 Curtis Delgardo _____ 1.792 Charles Dunn _______ 1.PSU won 58-31.277 Andy Berkis ______ 1962-65 2. 1997 vs. 11/10/01 (45 carries) Most Yards Gained By A Freshman..9-Curtis Delgardo.478 Charles Dunn _______ 1. North Carolina A&T Charles Dunn. Cal Poly Burnell Harvin.251 Curtis Delgardo _____ 1. Washington (45 car. 1990 @ Sacramento State Rais Aho. Art Williams (208 yards receiving) . No. vs. 2. 2005 vs.Charles Dunn (247 rushing). 2005 vs.283 Ryan Fuqua ________ 1. Terry Charles (209 receiving) . Cal St.007 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 4. Weber State Curtis Delgardo. Charles Dunn.110 Joel Sigel ________ 1977-80 1.586) Most Rushing Touchdowns Career: 54-Charles Dunn. 393 356 324 314 281 270 270 264 250 247 243 225 224 217 217 215 215 213 213 211 208 207 201 2.279 Darick Holmes ______ 1. Drew Hubel vs. vs. 2001 RYAN FUQUA 4. 11/17/01 (270). 11/24/01 (243) JOE RUBIN 88 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Sacramento State Ryan Fuqua. 11/10/01 (393).ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS TOP VIKING RUSHERS CHARLES DUNN 6. 10. Game . Freshman 393-Ryan Fuqua. 21.586 Ryan Fuqua ________ 1. 1999 @ Weber State Charles Dunn. 2001 (210-1.) Most Games Rushing for 100 yards Career: 30-Charles Dunn. twice by Vikings: 9-Neil Lomax vs. Eastern Washington Charles Dunn.046 Curtis Delgardo _____ 1. 1997-00 Season: 4-Charles Dunn. 6. Weber State Most Touchdowns Responsible For. vs. 44 kickoff returns) Most Yards Gained. E. 2001 vs. Sacramento St.098-Charles Dunn. Northridge. Ryan Fuqua. 1997-00 Season: 21-Jeff Salta. 2001 Consecutive: 3-Charles Dunn. 9. Northridge Charles Dunn. 2005 vs. Eastern Montana CURTIS DELGARDO 4. Cal St. Eastern Washington. 16. Weber State. Game 437-Ryan Fuqua vs.561 Charles Dunn _______ 1.It has been done twice.Charles Dunn (213 rushing). 13. including 9-Drew Hubel. 2001 vs. Weber State Ryan Fuqua.157 Rais Aho ___________ 1. 1988 @ Sacramento State Charles Dunn. Ryan Fuqua. 2000 vs. Delaware State. 1999 @ Cal Poly Charles Dunn. 1976 vs. 2001 2000 1999 2002 2005 Ryan Fuqua. 2000 Game: 393-Ryan Fuqua. Hofstra Steve Papin. both times by Portland State: 10/10/98 vs. 2001 @ E. 10/27/07 vs. 1997-00 Season: 10-Joe Rubin. 1992 vs. 2000 @ Sacramento State Ryan Fuqua. 2000 vs. 3. 1998 vs. 1997-00 Season: 1. ran for 1).183 Steve Papin ______ 1994-95 2.It has been done four times.258 Steve Lyle ________ 1982-85 2. 2000. Eastern Washington. 2001 vs.000-YARD RUSHERS 1. 1976. 2001 @ Eastern Washington Joe Rubin. 2005 Consecutive: 9-Joe Rubin. 11/10/01 (393 rushing. Game .178 yards TOP RUSHING GAMES IN PSU HISTORY 1. 2005 Game: 47-Joe Rubin.203 Billy White _______ 1960-63 2. vs. 1989 @ Santa Clara Andy Berkis. Most Touchdown Passes. Game. 10/27/07 (passed for 9) Most Yards Rushing. 2000. 1997-00 Season: 345-Joe Rubin. Arkansas-Monticello Darick Holmes.018 Rodney Clemente ___ RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 21 Charles Dunn _______ 21 Jeff Salta ___________ 18 Steve Papin ________ 18 Curtis Delgardo _____ 17 Joe Rubin __________ 17 Darick Holmes ______ 16 Charles Dunn _______ 15 Ryan Fuqua ________ 15 Joel Sigel __________ 15 Burnell Harvin ______ 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 10 Joe Rubin __________ 9 Charles Dunn _______ 8 Charles Dunn _______ 8 Steve Papin ________ 8 Curtis Delgardo _____ 7 Ryan Fuqua ________ 7 Charles Dunn _______ 7 Darick Holmes ______ 7 Rais Aho ___________ 6 5 tied 200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 4 Ryan Fuqua ________ 4 Charles Dunn _______ 2 Charles Dunn _______ 2 Ryan Fuqua ________ 2 Joe Rubin __________ 1 8 tied 2000 2005 1995 2001 1998 1999 1990 2002 1994 1988 1997 1992 1987 2004 1991 2000 1976 1995 1988 2005 1994 1999 2001 1978 1989 2005 2000 1998 1995 1990 2001 1999 1994 1992 ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS Most Rushing Attempts Career: 1.021 Ryan Fuqua ________ 1.178 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 2. 23.6-Ryan Fuqua.PSU won 42-28. 11/8/80 (passed for 8.948 Darick Holmes ____ 1993-94 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 54 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 45 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 41 Ryan Fuqua ______ 2001-04 40 Joel Sigel ________ 1977-80 27 Darick Holmes ____ 1993-94 25 Joe Rubin ________ 2002-05 24 Jeff Salta _________ 1976-77 23 Steve Papin ______ 1994-95 20 Burnell Harvin ____ 1988-89 19 Bill White ________ 1960-63 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 30 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 21 Ryan Fuqua ______ 2001-04 20 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 15 Joe Rubin ________ 2002-05 10 Darick Holmes ____ 1993-94 9 Steve Papin ______ 1994-95 8 Kenny Johnson ___ 1989-92 7 Rais Aho _________ 1991-92 7 Steve Lyle ________ 1982-85 7 Billy White _______ 1960-63 200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 8 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 6 Ryan Fuqua ______ 2001-03 2 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 2 Joe Rubin ________ 2002-05 1 Darick Holmes ____ 1993-94 1 Steve Papin ______ 1994-95 1 Burnell Harvin ____ 1998-99 1 Andy Berkis ______ 1962-65 SEASON 1. 2002 vs. 4. 1986-90 Season: 7.994 Joe Rubin ________ 2002-05 2. Washington. Sacramento State Curtis Delgardo. 2002 vs.792-Charles Dunn. 5. 1964 @ Eastern Oregon Joe Rubin.007-Charles Dunn. 2000 Game: 6-Jeff Salta.

040 Randy Nelson _____ 1968-69 2. 14. 5. Weber State Orshawante Bryant. 1969 vs. 1998. Cal St. 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 15. Mario D’Ambrosio. 1998 @ NE Louisiana DAVE STIEF TIM CORRIGAN 2. Eastern Washington Alan Boschma.132 Stuart Gaussoin _____ 1. 1990 vs. Montana Scott Saxton. 16 16 3. 1990 vs. 2009 vs. Colorado Randy Nelson. 1991. 1990-91 (84 catches) Season: 24. 1979 vs. Clint Didier. 1969 vs.581 Dave Stief ________ 1974-77 2. 1998-2001 Season: 12-Dave Stief. 1997-00 Season: 90-Stuart Gaussoin. No. 15 4.096 Terry Charles ________ 1. 1980 vs.3-Alan Boschma.968 Kenny Johnson ____ 1979-82 PASS RECEPTIONS 223 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 199 Barry Naone ______ 1985-88 180 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 149 Kenny Johnson ____ 1979-82 148 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1978-81 147 Tim Corrigan ______ 1985-88 141 Dave Stief ________ 1974-77 140 Joel Sigel _________ 1977-80 128 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 122 Tremayne Kirkland _ 2006-07 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 27 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 25 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 22 Dave Stief ________ 1974-77 21 Jim Hollingsworth _ 1962-64 20 Matt James _______ 1992-94 20 Tim Corrigan ______ 1985-88 18 Clint Didier _______ 1979-80 18 Alan Boschma _____ 1990-91 17 Tremayne Kirkland _ 2006-07 16 Bob Mickles_______ 1970-71 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 14 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 13 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 10 Randy Nelson _____ 1968-69 9 Clint Didier _______ 1979-80 9 Dave Stief ________ 1974-77 8 Kenny Johnson ____ 1979-82 8 John Urness ______ 1976-78 7 Aaron Woods _____ 2008-09 7 Tim Corrigan ______ 1985-88 7 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1978-81 7 Tremayne Kirkland _ 2006-07 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 2 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 2 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1978-81 2 Randy Nelson _____ 1968-69 1 11 players tied 10-RECEPTION GAMES 6 Kenny Johnson ____ 1979-82 6 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1978-81 5 Randy Nelson _____ 1968-69 3 Tremayne Kirkland _ 2006-07 3 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 3 Jay Mann _________ 1969-72 2 10 tied SEASON 1. 1970 vs.299-Randy Nelson. 17. 2008 vs. 1979 vs. E. Santa Clara Mike Palomino. Northern Arizona Jay Mann. 2001 (all in 11 games) Game: 5-Mike Palomino. 1975 vs. 1977. 1978 @ Puget Sound Rinaldo Shackelford. 2007 vs. E. 1997-00 Season: 1. UC Davis Stuart Gaussoin.052 John Urness ________ 1. Linfield Tremayne Kirkland.237 Barry Naone ______ 1985-88 2. Santa Clara Antonio Chandler.155 yards Career: 27-Terry Charles. 1979 (9 games) Game: 16-Stuart Gaussoin. Montana State Mike Palomino. Northern Arizona John Urness.8-Alan Boschma. 12 2. 1980 vs. Terry Charles. Colorado. 3. Montana (12 rec.) Most Yards Per Catch Career: 20. Cal Poly TOP RECEIVING YARD GAMES IN PSU HISTORY 1. 1969 @ Puget Sound Terry Charles. 1969 (10 games) Game: 276-Terry Charles.299 Randy Nelson _______ 1. 1999 vs.449 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 3.091 Scott Saxton ________ 1. Boise State Darick Holmes.091 Clint Didier _________ 1. Delaware* John Colasurdo.050 Bob Mickles_________ 1. Arthur Williams.000-YARD RECEIVERS 1. South Dakota St. Alan Boschma. 276 252 249 242 238 225 216 215 215 209 209 209 209 208 208 206 203 2. 2000 vs. E.059 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 1.449 yards CAREER YARDS RECEIVING 3. Idaho State Nine times BARRY NAONE * NCAA I FCS playoff game 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 89 . Santa Clara Lavonte Kirven. 1992 vs. 1975 @ Montana Stuart Gaussoin. 1995 vs. 1993 vs.540 Tim Corrigan ______ 1985-88 2. Sacramento State Alan Boschma. Terry Charles. 2007 vs.063 Clint Didier _______ 1979-80 2.016 Kenny Johnson ______ PASS RECEPTIONS 90 Stuart Gaussoin _____ 84 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 81 Randy Nelson _______ 76 Mario D’Ambrosio ____ 72 Kenny Johnson ______ 71 Terry Charles ________ 68 Orshawante Bryant ___ 67 Ray Fry_____________ 67 Clint Didier _________ 66 Aaron Woods _______ 66 Bob Mickles_________ 10-RECEPTION GAMES 6 Stuart Gaussoin _____ 4 Kenny Johnson ______ 4 Randy Nelson _______ 3 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 3 Jay Mann ___________ 2 Mario D’Ambrosio ____ 2 Orshawante Bryant ___ 2 Clint Didier _________ 2 John Urness ________ 2 Dave Stief __________ 2 Bob Mickles_________ 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 6 Kenny Johnson ______ 6 Clint Didier _________ 6 Randy Nelson _______ 5 Aaron Woods _______ 5 Terry Charles ________ 5 Orshawante Bryant ___ 5 Terry Charles ________ 5 Orshawante Bryant ___ 5 Stuart Gaussoin _____ 5 John Urness ________ 5 Dave Stief __________ 5 Scott Saxton ________ 5 Bob Mickles_________ 1969 1999 1979 2001 1998 1975 1980 1989 2000 2007 1978 1970 2008 1980 1979 2007 1969 2008 1980 2001 1998 2009 1980 2008 1970 1979 1980 1969 2007 1970 2008 1998 1980 1978 1977 1970 1980 1980 1969 2008 2001 2000 1999 1998 1979 1978 1977 1975 1970 ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS Most Receptions Career: 223-Orshawante Bryant.171 Terry Charles ________ 1. 1979 vs. 8. Northern Arizona Henry Newson. Puget Sound Tremayne Kirkland.028 Aaron Woods _______ 1. No. 7. 1989 @ Cal Poly John Nelson.449-Orshawante Bryant. 4. 1980. 1998 vs. Washington Most Yards Receiving Career: 3.082 Rinaldo Shackelford __ 1. 1991 @ Cal Poly Orshawante Bryant. 1977 vs.237 yards 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 2 Terry Charles ________ 1999 2 Stuart Gaussoin _____ 1979 2 Randy Nelson _______ 1969 1 11 players tied RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 12 Terry Charles ________ 12 Dave Stief __________ 12 Art Williams _________ 12 Clint Didier _________ 12 Alan Boschma _______ 11 Kenny Johnson ______ 11 Randy Nelson _______ 11 Bob Mickles_________ 10 Five players tied 2001 1977 1998 1980 1991 1980 1969 1970 Mario D’Ambrosio. 2008 vs. Washington Stuart Gaussoin. 2007 vs. 2. Washington Kenny Johnson. 1979 vs. 6.092 Orshawante Bryant ___ 1. 16.540 yards TOP RECEPTION YARD GAMES IN PSU HISTORY 1. Northridge Randy Nelson. 1991 (38 catches) Most Touchdown Passes Caught TERRY CHARLES 3.212 John Urness ______ 1976-78 2.081 Orshawante Bryant ___ 1.581 yards 10. Mankato State* Art Williams. 14 14 14 7.ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS TOP VIKING RECEIVERS ORSHAWANTE BRYANT 3.155 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 2. 1999 @ Cal Poly John Mills. Jeff Rudolph. 1999 vs. 1991 vs. 1991 vs.026 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1978-81 1. Sacramento State Tremayne Kirkland.

1 ypg 1979 368.942 AP yards Punt Returns Career: 86-Brendan Ferrigno.155 Terry Charles______ 1998-01 SEASON KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1.3 ppg 1980 49. 2004 Season Average: 15.It has been done several times. 2003-06 Season: 28-Roger Daniels.78%-1999 (3 of 383) Most Consecutive Passes Without An Interception 370-11 games.6 rating Receptions 1979 Stuart Gaussion 1980 Kenny Johnson Total Offense 1978 477. Brendan Ferrigno. 1978-80 (PSU was Division II in 1977) Most Consecutive Games Passing For 200 Yards Or More 28-Neil Lomax.428 Orshawante Bryant 1997-00 4.897 Aaron Woods _____ 2008-09 3.531 Ryan Fuqua_______ 2001-04 5.314-Aaron Woods. 21. 1999 Most Yards Gained Per Game. 1986-90 Season: 311.064 Steve Lyle ________ 1982-85 1.5 377.073 Curtis Delgardo _____ 1. Season (minimum 325 attempts) 0. Delaware State. 2001 @ Eastern Washington KICK RETURNS Kickoff Return Yards Career: 2. Delaware State.4-Steve Lyle.9 ypg 2007 360. Game 105-vs. 11/8/80 Most Points Scored. Game 15-vs.0-Neil Lomax. 2003-06 Career Average: 11. 11/8/80 Most Extra Points. Delaware State. 9/4/99-11/13/99) TEAM Lowest Percentage of Passes Intercepted. 2008-09 Career Average: 25. Career 350.2 ypr 90 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .84%-Jimmy Blanchard. 1980 (74 attempts) Most Touchdowns Scored.942-Curtis Delgardo. Jimmy Blanchard to Terry Charles vs.698 Steve Papin_______ 1994-95 3.222 Aaron Woods _____ 2008-09 1. Eastern Washington.319 Steve Lyle ________ 1982-85 3.993 Ryan Fuqua ________ 1.734 Charles Dunn_______ 2009 2008 2005 2000 1981 1992 1996 1997 2002 1979 2004 1985 1991 2005 1992 1997 2003 1983 1993 1970 1995 1990 1988 2001 2008 2009 2000 2005 1998 1999 ALL-TIME RETURN RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE Most All-Purpose Yards Career: 6.2 ppg Kickoff Returns 2002 25.9 ypg 2008 372. Season and Career 342-Jimmy Blanchard.397-Steve Papin.222-Aaron Woods. Delaware State.ALL-TIME RETURN RECORDS TOP VIKING RETURNERS AARON WOODS 2. 2009 Season Average: 29.5-Hashim Hall. 1983 PORTLAND STATE IN THE NCAA I FCS RECORD BOOK Longest Pass Play .314 Aaron Woods _______ 908 Aaron Woods _______ 724 Shaun Bodiford _____ 616 Orshawante Bryant __ 616 Norm Goolsby ______ 595 Desmond Isom _____ 589 Kyle Holley _________ 552 Hassan Probherbs ___ 543 Hashim Hall ________ 513 Jeff Rudolph _______ PUNT RETURN YARDS 311 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 303 Brian Coushay ______ 281 Alan Boschma ______ 259 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 249 Derek Baldwin ______ 201 Hassan Probherbs ___ 198 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 196 Roger Daniels ______ 189 Sean Williams ______ 182 Charlie Stoudamire __ ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 2. Brendan Ferrigno.091 Shaun Bodiford ___ 2004-05 1. 1995 Game: 437-Ryan Fuqua. 1999 (11 games.020 Charlie Stoudamire 1969-71 984 Val Thompson ____ 1964-67 982 Ryan Fuqua_______ 2001-04 920 Kenneth Mackins __ 2004-07 909 Hassan Probherbs _ 1997-98 PUNT RETURN YARDS 947 Brendan Ferrigno __ 2003-06 490 Roger Daniels _____ 1980-84 419 Brian Coushay ____ 1984-85 334 Derek Baldwin ____ 1989-92 318 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 300 Alan Boschma ____ 1990-91 287 Charlie Stoudamire 1969-71 278 Dan Withers ______ 1966-67 251 Rashad Floyd _____ 1997-00 201 Amad Robinson ___ 2000-03 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 6.849 Charles Dunn_______ 1. Quarter 1st: 49-vs. including 99 yards. 2009 PUNT RETURNS Punt Return Yards Career: 947-Brendan Ferrigno.397 Steve Papin ________ 2.222 KOR yards CAREER KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 2.633 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 6.806 Orshawante Bryant 1997-00 1. 1983.781 Joe Rubin __________ 1. 1978-80 Most Consecutive Games Passing For 300 Yards Or More 13-Neil Lomax. Game 15-John Kincheloe vs. 1999 (3 of 355) Consecutive Passes Attempted Without An Interception.562 Joel Sigel ________ 1977-80 3.9 ypg 1980 434.737 Charles Dunn_______ 1.968 Aaron Woods _______ 1. Half 7-Neil Lomax vs. 11/8/80 Most Points Scored. Quarter 7-Neil Lomax vs. 11/8/80 3rd: 35-vs.8. 2000-02 (30-766) Season: 1.9) 1998 Jimmy Blanchard 167.222 Curtis Delgardo _____ 2. Curtis Delgardo.2. Delaware State. 11/8/80 Lowest Percentage of Passes Had Intercepted. 11/8/80 Most Touchdown Passes. Delaware State. 1979-80 Most Touchdown Passes.646 Bill White_________ 1960-62 3.3 ypg 90 72 Passing Offense 1978 367.4 ypg 1979 460. 2008-09 Season: 53-Aaron Woods. Delaware State. Season 70-John Kincheloe.929 Aaron Woods _______ 1. 2005 CURTIS DELGARDO 6. 11/8/80 National Leaders Passing Average 1978 Neil Lomax 1979 Neil Lomax 1980 Neil Lomax 320.188 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 1. 1986-90 Season: 2.9 Pass Efficiency 1978 Neil Lomax (based on per-game completions. 1997 BRENDAN FERRIGNO 947 PR yards Kickoff Returns Career: 88-Aaron Woods.2 ypg Scoring Offense 1979 34. Orshawante Bryant.4 360.942 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 6. Season 0. 9/4/99 to 11/13/99 SCORING Most Extra Points.7 ypg 1980 504.

1974-77 Season: 174-Phil Oliver.ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE RECORDS TOP VIKING DEFENDERS CAREER TOTAL TACKLES* 405 Tony Mims________ 1974-77 320 Jordan Senn ______ 2004-07 318 Scott Taube _______ 1986-89 315 Charles Herring ____ 1974-75 300 Phil Oliver ________ 1969-70 298 Tom Matijacic _____ 1996-98 297 Fred Nordgren ____ 1978-81 293 Neil Fendall _______ 1993-96 285 Rick Cartasegna ___ 1975-78 284 Mitch Messina _____ 1979-82 INTERCEPTIONS 29 Arthur Dickson ____ 1973-76 18 Dennis Chapin ____ 1969-71 16 Rashad Floyd _____ 1997-00 16 Charles Herring ____ 1974-75 13 Tracey Eaton ______ 1983-87 13 Joe Rodgers ______ 1985-88 12 Tom Oberg _______ 1966-67 11 Neil Fendall _______ 1993-96 11 John Jahns _______ 1967-70 SACKS 29. 22 Neil Fendall. 2007 @ San Diego State 17 Joey King. 1989 vs.5 13 13 13 12 9. Weber State 18 Rich Lane. 1970 Game: 22-Neil Fendall. there were 12 games in FCS football decided on the final play of regulation.5 25 23 17 17 14 13 12 11 Anthony Spears ___ 1987-88 Brent Napierkowski 1987-88 Doug Mikolas _____ 1981-84 Gary Palumbis_____ 1981-85 Tim Price ___________ 1989 Chris Cain ________ 1997-00 Brad Ransom______ 1998-01 Ryan Pedersen ____ 2007-09 Adam Hayward ____ 2005-06 SEASON TOTAL TACKLES 174 Phil Oliver __________ 173 Charles Herring ______ 159 Tony Mims__________ 142 Charles Herring ______ 127 Jordan Senn ________ 126 Phil Oliver __________ 125 Neil Fendall _________ 118 Arthur Dickson ______ 115 Andy Schantz _______ 112 Harry Holmes _______ 112 Rick Cartesegna _____ 112 Mark Peterson _______ INTERCEPTIONS 10 Arthur Dickson ______ 8 Arthur Dickson ______ 8 Neil Fendall _________ 7 Val Thompson _______ 7 Dennis Chapin ______ 7 Dennis Chapin ______ 7 Arthur Dickson ______ 7 Charles Herring ______ 6 Six tied including Deshawn Shead _____ SACKS 16. 1991 vs. Delaware State. Cameron * NCAA II Playoff Game PORTLAND STATE IN THE NCAA I FCS RECORD BOOK CLIFF HANGERS Between 2001 and 2005. 18 Joey King. Weber State 2. Pittsburg State* 3. 1996 vs. Indiana (PA) 17 Scott Taube. -149 yds) Season: 19-Mike McCarthy. 1989 vs. 1989 vs. 2000 vs. Mankato State 17 Bob Boyer. 1991 vs. Montana State 41 Eric Azorr 40 FG ANTHONY SPEARS MIKE CAJAL-WILLIS ERIC AZORR Brent Napierkowski was part of a fearsome defensive line for the Vikings during the late 1980s. Stanley Jackson. 17 Jordan Senn. Santa Clara.5 9 9 9 Anthony Spears _____ Doug Mikolas _______ Ina Talalemotu ______ Anthony Spears _____ Brent Price__________ Brent Napierkowski __ Brent Napierkowski __ Adam Hayward ______ Tom Matijacic _______ DeAngelo Hunter ____ Gary Palumbis_______ 1970 1974 1977 1975 2007 1969 1996 1976 2008 1971 1978 1980 1975 1976 1996 1967 1970 1971 1974 1974 2008 1987 1984 1987 1988 1975 1987 1988 2006 1998 2000 1985 ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE RECORDS Most Tackles Career: 405-Tony Mims. Idaho State 24 Mike Cajal-Willis 20 FG 10/15/05 Portland State 44. 1996 vs. 1997 (11 games. 2003 vs. Western Illinois 8. 1975 (11 games) Game: 3-Charles Herring. Texas A&M-Kingsville 17 Rich Lane. 19 Tim Upshaw. 2003 vs.5 sacks *tackles statistics incomplete prior to 1969 1. 1987 (11 games) Game: 4-Fred Nordgren. Portland State was involved in four of those games. 1988 vs. 1991 vs. Adam Hayward. 1975 vs. 1973-76 (44 games) Season: 10-Arthur Dickson. 1996 vs. 1996-98 (33 games. Here are the Portland State games: 9/22/01 Grambling State 30. 1980 vs. Portland State 29 Randy Hymes 2 yd run (Brian Morgan kick) 9/29/01 Portland State 33. -89 yds) Game: 6-Mike McCarthy vs. 2006 vs.TACKLES 29. 2007 vs. West Chester 19 Scott Taube. Weber State Most Interceptions Career: 29-Arthur Dickson. Neil Fendall. Saint Mary’s. UC Davis. 1990 vs. Cal Poly 5. Montana State Most Sacks Career: 30-Anthony Spears. Northern Arizona 30 Mike Cajal-Willis 27 FG 11/2/02 Portland State 27. Texas A&I 17 Rich Lane. 1997 TONY MIMS 405 tackles ARTHUR DICKSON 29 interceptions TOP INDIVIDUAL GAMES . 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 91 . 20 James Fuller. Northern Arizona 18 Brent Donnerberg. 1987-88 Season: 16. and won three. New Mexico Most Tackles for Loss Career: 44-Tom Matijacic.5 15 13.5-Anthony Spears.

2007-08 (23-32) Season FG Pct. 97-June Jones to Scott Saxton. 1989 vs. Santa Clara Fumble: 87-Rashad Floyd. (less than 10): . 1975 vs. 1976 vs. 1997-00 (44 games) Season: 23-Jeff Salta.719-Danny Urrego. Eastern Montana Longest Touchdowns Pass: 99-Jimmy Blanchard to Terry Charles. Humboldt State Interception: 85-Vince Barrett.: . 2000 vs.J. Montana Career FG Pct. 765-Mike Cajal-Willis. 14-19 FG). No TD) Kickoff: 98-Steve Lyle. Brumfield ______ 1988-91 30 Eric Azorr_________ 2003-06 30 Dan Frantz________ 1997-00 27 Mike Cajal-Willis ___ 2001-02 23 Danny Urrego _____ 2007-08 22 John Kincheloe ____ 1978-81 20 Pat Moore ________ 1972-75 18 Zach Brown __________2009 16 Daryl Weeden _____ 1983-84 SEASON POINTS SCORED 138 Jeff Salta ___________ 126 Charles Dunn _______ 126 Steve Papin ________ 116 Curtis Delgardo _____ 114 Charles Dunn _______ 114 Darick Holmes ______ 110 Joel Sigel __________ 102 Joe Rubin __________ 96 Curtis Delgardo _____ 96 Joel Sigel __________ 96 Ryan Fuqua ________ TOUCHDOWNS 23 Jeff Salta ___________ 21 Charles Dunn _______ 21 Steve Papin ________ 19 Charles Dunn _______ 19 Darick Holmes ______ 19 Curtis Delgardo _____ 18 Joel Sigel __________ 17 Joe Rubin __________ 16 Ryan Fuqua ________ 16 Curtis Delgardo _____ 16 Joel Sigel __________ FIELD GOALS MADE 18/25 Zach Brown ________ 15/23 Danny Urrego ______ 14/19 Dan Frantz _________ 14/21 Eric Azorr __________ 14/22 Mike Cajal-Willis _____ 13/17 Mike Cajal-Willis _____ 11/15 Mike Erickson _______ 11/16 John Kincheloe _____ 11/20 Mike Erickson _______ 10 four times 1976 2000 1995 1988 1999 1994 1978 2005 1990 1979 2001 1976 2000 1995 1999 1994 1988 1978 2005 2001 1990 1979 2009 2008 1999 2006 2002 2001 1985 1979 1987 ALL-TIME SCORING RECORDS Most Touchdowns Career: 61-Charles Dunn. Cal State Northridge 52 John Kincheloe. Eastern Montana Most Points After Touchdown Career: 149-John Kincheloe.ALL-TIME SCORING RECORDS TOP VIKING SCORERS CHARLES DUNN 61 touchdowns CAREER POINTS SCORED 366 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 326 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 300 Joel Sigel _________ 1977-80 282 Ryan Fuqua _______ 2001-04 234 J. (Joey King. 2009 vs. Career: 215-John Kincheloe. 1997-00 Season: 138-Jeff Salta. 2009 (18-25) Game: 5-Dan Frantz. Colorado. 52 Zach Brown. 1976 (11 games) Game: 7-Jeff Salta. season: 37-Eric Azorr. 2005 vs. (more than 10): . Cal Poly Punt: 91-Brendan Ferrigno. 1987 vs. 1976 vs. Brumfield ______ 1988-91 212 Dan Frantz________ 1997-00 211 John Kincheloe ____ 1980-81 202 Eric Azorr_________ 2003-06 196 Mike Erickson _____ 1985-87 186 Darick Holmes_____ 1993-94 TOUCHDOWNS 61 Charles Dunn _____ 1997-00 54 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1986-90 50 Joel Sigel _________ 1977-80 47 Ryan Fuqua _______ 2001-03 30 Steve Papin _______ 1994-95 28 Billy White ________ 1960-63 28 Jeff Salta _________ 1976-77 27 Terry Charles ______ 1998-01 27 Orshawante Bryant _ 1997-00 25 Joe Rubin ________ 2002-05 FIELD GOALS MADE 32 Mike Erickson _____ 1985-88 31 J. Eastern Washington. Weber State 92 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 5 XP). 1961 vs. 1980 vs.889-Danny Urrego. Southern Oregon 52 Mike Erickson. 2007 (8-9) Season FG Pct. 1999 vs. 53 Mike Erickson. Oregon Tech Most Points ZACH BROWN 2009: 18 field goals Career: 366-Charles Dunn. 50 Zach Brown. 1979 at Weber State 6. 2009 at Northern Colorado 50 John Kincheloe.J. 1978-81 Season: 89-Dan Frantz (47-49 XPT. 2005 @ Eastern Washington Rush: 90-Billy White. (of 15) Consecutive PAT. 1980 vs. Delaware St. Montana LONGEST FIELD GOALS (50+ yards) 1.: . 1975 at Eastern Washington 2. 55 Pat Moore. 1999 vs. 1986 at California Lutheran 3. 1978-81 (of 166) Season: 70-John Kincheloe. No. 1976 Game: 42-Jeff Salta. 2001 (13-17) Most Points Kicking Joel Sigel scored 50 touchdowns for PSU during his four-year career. Northern Arizona. 1980 (of 74) Game: 15-John Kincheloe. 2000 Game: 19-Dan Frantz (4 FG. 2004 (44/45) Career PAT Pct. 1999 vs. 1972-75 Consecutive PAT. career: 44-Pat Moore. 1983 vs. 95 yard FR. 1985-87 (32-53) Season: 18-Zach Brown.957-Eric Azorr (112/117) Field Goals Made Career: 32-Mike Erickson.

610 .472 .503 .011 1.411 .497 1.912 1.672 .368 .397 . passing yards (13.390 .626 .766 2.552 .001 2.280 3. Com.486 .410 1.689 .586 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.809 1. Dave Starbuck _______ 22 Sam Roberts ________ 15 Sam Roberts ________ 32 Sam Roberts ________ 14 Bob Grant __________ 14 Bill White ___________ 10 Phil Vaughn _________ 10 Bill White ___________ 18 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 21 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 30 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 19 Rick Silva ___________ 17 Don Suloff __________ 33 Don Suloff __________ 52 Randy Nelson _______ 53 Randy Nelson _______ 81 Bob Mickles _________ 66 Kurt Heinze _________ 33 Jay Mann ___________ 35 Randy Woodfield _____ 18 Receiving TDs Harvey Neffendorf 105 Ward Sayles 51 Ward Sayles 72 Ward Sayles 123 Bob Grant 76 Bob Grant 145 Mike Schrunk 111 Mike Schrunk 136 Val Thompson 77 Ed Gorman 83 Ed Gorman 233 Ed Gorman 376 Don Suloff 248 Tim VonDulm 434 Tim VonDulm 490 Jon Carey 220 Roger Gaylord 109 Anthony Stoudamire 94 Mike Gardner 320 June Jones 235 June Jones 423 Mike Atwood 305 Neil Lomax 181 Neil Lomax 436 Neil Lomax 516 Neil Lomax 473 Roggy Pflug 200 Bryan Mitchell 294 Bryan Mitchell 218 Terry Summerfield 278 Terry Summerfield 431 Chris Crawford 343 Chris Crawford 294 Chris Crawford 290 Darren Del’Andrae 344 Don Bailey 204 John Charles 247 John Charles 280 Bill Matos 366 Kyle Allen 298 Kyle Allen 271 Eric Kiesau 229 Jimmy Blanchard 211 Tyson Parsons 158 Tyson Parsons 241 Jimmy Blanchard 169 Jimmy Blanchard 355 Jimmy Blanchard 303 Juston Wood 366 Juston Wood 324 Joe Wiser 335 Joe Wiser 274 Sawyer Smith 272 Sawyer Smith 188 Brian White 278 Drew Hubel 217 Drew Hubel 393 Drew Hubel 239 45 12 35 48 28 56 55 66 31 27 91 187 117 241 259 96 49 27 149 137 238 155 102 241 299 296 105 146 103 156 241 206 191 177 203 137 147 193 202 183 137 134 115 65 123 112 212 179 218 176 189 142 149 100 175 123 226 133 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 NA 11 7 19 6 9 10 6 8 8 16 26 19 18 23 21 9 8 27 10 10 26 5 22 16 12 5 17 16 16 16 14 11 9 15 9 7 8 14 12 11 11 5 7 10 1 3 10 5 14 17 13 9 8 9 11 15 12 631 145 400 416 380 818 718 1.926 3.575 .094 1.265 3.556 1973 Steve Barnes _________ 3 1974 John Mills ___________ 3 Anthony Stoudamire __ 3 1975 Scott Saxton _________ 8 1976 Mel deLaura__________ 9 1977 Dave Stief __________ 12 1978 John Urness __________ 6 Stuart Gaussoin _______ 6 1979 Stuart Gaussoin _______ 8 1980 Clint Didier _________ 12 1981 Dave Simantel ________ 2 Scott Lindsay _________ 2 1982 Kurt Smith ___________ 3 1983 Roger Daniels ________ 3 Steve Jones __________ 6 Brian Coushay ________ 5 Brian Coushay ________ 7 Tim Corrigan _________ 6 Tim Corrigan _________ 9 Rinaldo Shackelford __ 10 Alan Boschma ________ 6 Alan Boschma _______ 12 Matt James __________ 9 Matt James __________ 5 Matt James __________ 6 James Hundon _______ 5 Kyle Holley ___________ 6 Orshawante Bryant ____ 3 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 93 .532 1.585 .590 .764 2.595 .325 .074 460 347 1.619 2.614 .548 .021 Joe Rubin ________ 1.650 .583 .944 2.466 . Int.629 2.450 .041 1.470 2.YEAR-BY-YEAR INDIVIDUAL LEADERS OFFENSE Rushing Yards 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Dick Edwards _______ 391 Chuck Withers ______ 556 George Kane _______ 524 Frank McCormack ___ 294 Bill White __________ 377 Bill White __________ 852 Bill White __________ 604 Andy Berkis ________ 648 Andy Berkis ________ 870 Andy Berkis ________ 442 Rick Silva __________ 286 Joe Talbott _________ 294 Lorny Andersen _____ 548 Charles Stoudamire__ 498 Charles Stoudamire__ 385 Charles Stoudamire__ 330 Darrell Beane _______ 681 Gene Woodard _____ 546 Gene Woodard _____ 553 Byron Chambers ____ 533 Jeff Salta __________ 673 Jeff Salta __________ 447 Joel Sigel __________ 725 Joel Sigel __________ 646 Joel Sigel __________ 340 Norm Goolsby ______ 350 Don Antonetti ______ 595 Steve Lyle__________ 674 Steve Lyle__________ 708 Steve Lyle__________ 418 Kevin Johnson ______ 902 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1.510 .408 Rod Clemente ____ 1.046 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1.561 Charles Dunn_____ 1. Yards TD Pct.450 .591 .429 .450 .670 3.553 .412 2.543 .564 .629 .976 6 2 1 1 4 9 6 13 4 1 14 15 9 26 25 10 1 1 11 25 25 14 18 26 26 37 1 9 5 13 19 16 16 16 16 10 32 26 20 18 14 8 3 6 16 14 29 17 23 13 16 13 14 14 10 15 18 9 . Chuck Withers ________ 7 George Kane _________ 7 Four tied ____________ 1 Bill White ____________ 2 Bill White ___________ 10 Bill White ____________ 7 Andy Berkis __________ 9 NA NA NA NA Lorny Anderson_______ 6 Charlie Stoudamire ____ 4 Lorny Anderson_______ 4 Dave Sass ____________ 3 Greg Williams ________ 3 Charlie Stoudamire ____ 5 Darrell Beane _________ 3 Anthony Stoudamire __ 3 Anthony Stoudamire __ 3 Gene Woodard _______ 3 Mike Gardner_________ 7 Byron Chambers ______ 5 Gene Woodard _______ 5 Jeff Salta ___________ 21 Mike Atwood _________ 6 Joel Sigel ___________ 15 Joel Sigel ___________ 12 Joel Sigel ____________ 9 Norm Goolsby ________ 5 Don Antonetti ________ 4 Bryan Mitchell ________ 4 Curt Green ___________ 4 Steve Lyle____________ 7 Steve Lyle____________ 5 Kevin Johnson ________ 5 Curtis Delgardo _______ 9 Curtis Delgardo ______ 18 Burnell Harvin _______ 15 Curtis Delgardo ______ 13 Rodney Clemente ____ 10 Rais Aho ____________ 14 Darick Holmes _______ 10 Darick Holmes _______ 17 Steve Papin _________ 18 Brian Warner _________ 5 Charles Dunn_________ 8 Charles Dunn_________ 9 Charles Dunn________ 16 Charles Dunn________ 21 Ryan Fuqua _________ 15 Ryan Fuqua _________ 10 Ryan Fuqua __________ 7 Ryan Fuqua __________ 9 Allen Kennett ________ 9 Joe Rubin ___________ 17 Kelena Ho’okano ______ 4 Olaniyi Sobomehin ____ 8 Bobby McClintock _____ 6 Connor Kavanaugh ____ 3 Legendary quarterback Neil Lomax (1977-80) is Portland State’s all-time leader in completions (938).497 .663 .506 3.491 2.485 .472 .235 .561 .847 1.512 3.200 2.283 Ryan Fuqua ________ 840 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.157 Darick Holmes ______ 669 Darick Holmes ____ 1.529 .597 .950 4.518 1.287 .211 2.010 2.564 .261 1.518 .545 .220) and touchdown passes (106).495 .619 Gary Clemons ______ 646 Charles Dunn_____ 1.974 1.975 2.470 2.251 Burnell Harvin ______ 971 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1.660 3.050 466 347 2.038 2.553 .709 1.555 .019 1.098 2.557 .702 Mu’Ammar Ali ______ 589 Olaniyi Sobomehin __ 515 Bobby McClintock ___ 457 Bobby McClintock ___ 420 Troy Wayrynen Rushing TDs 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEARLY PASSING LEADERS Year Player Att.176 Charles Dunn_____ 1.390 .563 . 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 John Mills __________ 62 John Mills __________ 58 Dave Stief __________ 47 Dave Stief __________ 52 John Urness _________ 57 Stuart Gaussoin ______ 90 Kenny Johnson ______ 72 Dave Simantel _______ 25 Kurt Smith __________ 36 Roger Daniels _______ 37 Steve Jones _________ 50 Brian Coushay _______ 47 Barry Naone_________ 62 Barry Naone_________ 53 Barry Naone_________ 48 Rinaldo Shackelford __ 48 Alan Boschma _______ 46 Ed Yoder____________ 41 Matt James _________ 47 Darick Holmes _______ 47 Darick Holmes _______ 34 Steve Papin _________ 34 James Hundon ______ 46 Brian Warner ________ 47 Orshawante Bryant ___ 39 Orshawante Bryant ___ 68 Terry Charles ________ 62 Orshawante Bryant ___ 59 Terry Charles ________ 71 Jesse Levin __________ 43 Ryan Fuqua _________ 39 Shaun Bodiford ______ 40 Shaun Bodiford ______ 51 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 38 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 84 Mario D’Ambrosio ____ 76 Ray Fry _____________ 67 Scott Tiley ___________ 3 Sam Roberts _________ 4 Sam Roberts _________ 4 Sam Roberts _________ 1 Gary Hamblet ________ 1 Bill White ____________ 2 Mickey Gray __________ 2 Bill White ____________ 4 Jim Hollingsworth _____ 4 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 10 Jim Hollingsworth _____ 7 Bob Weber ___________ 2 Dan Withers __________ 9 Don Suloff ___________ 7 Lorny Anderson_______ 5 Randy Nelson _______ 11 Bob Mickles _________ 11 Bob Mickles __________ 5 Jay Mann ____________ 2 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Receptions 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 Ryan Fuqua (2001-04) led the Vikings in rushing and rushing touchdowns for four straight seasons.016 1.358 .185 763 1.171 1.596 .506 .371 2.601 .585 2.279 Steve Papin ______ 1.497 .567 .792 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.532 .018 Rais Aho _________ 1.478 Charles Dunn_____ 1.

J. Brumfield ______ 4/10 Derek Eberhardt ___ 6/17 Tony Bilic _________ 5/12 Jeff Crowell _______ 6/11 Tony Bilic __________ 2/5 Kevin Brennan ______ 4/9 Randy Lund _______ 7/12 Dan Frantz ________ 6/12 Dan Frantz _______ 14/19 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Dan Frantz _______ 10/16 Mike Cajal-Willis __ 13/17 Mike Cajal-Willis __ 14/22 Matt Langford ______ 5/8 Eric Azorr _________ 7/13 Eric Azorr _________ 7/13 Eric Azorr ________ 14/21 Danny Urrego ______ 8/9 Danny Urrego ____ 15/23 Zach Brown ______ 18/25 Bill White __________ 430 NA NA Val Thompson ______ 340 Val Thompson ______ 294 Val Thompson ______ 350 Lorny Anderson_____ 500 Charlie Stoudamire __ 479 Charlie Stoudamire __ 205 Charlie Stoudamire __ 336 Ted Spencer ________ 398 Arthur Dickson _____ 340 Dan Durbin ________ 330 Tony Beatty ________ 309 Tony Beatty ________ 267 Jack Newhart _______ 371 Mike Hanacek ______ 380 Jeff Rudolph _______ 513 Rance McDougald ___ 343 Norm Goolsby ______ 616 Don Antonetti ______ 398 Steve Lyle__________ 412 Steve Lyle__________ 204 Tommy Johnson ____ 333 Tommy Johnson ____ 342 Tommy Johnson ____ 230 Curtis Delgardo _____ 334 Wayne Harris _______ 166 Curtis Delgardo _____ 464 James Fuller ________ 235 Desmond Isom _____ 595 Shawn Fontleroy ____ 388 Steve Papin ________ 327 James Hundon _____ 427 Kyle Holley _________ 589 Hassan Probherbs ___ 552 Orshawante Bryant __ 506 Andre Bishop _______ 431 Orshawante Bryant __ 616 Ryan Fuqua ________ 310 Hashim Hall ________ 569 Ryan Fuqua ________ 506 Shaun Bodiford _____ 367 Shaun Bodiford _____ 724 Kenneth Mackins ___ 272 Mario D’Ambrosio ___ 449 Aaron Woods _______ 908 Aaron Woods _____ 1.035 Don Antonetti ____ 1.050 Kurt Heinze ________ 351 Jay Mann __________ 370 Randy Woodfield ____ 216 John Mills _________ 740 Scott Saxton _____ 1.734 Charles Dunn_____ 1.194 Darick Holmes ____ 1.381 Joe Wiser ________ 1.825 Jimmy Blanchard__ 3.112 Charlie Stoudamire __ 909 Darrell Beane _______ 750 Gene Woodard _____ 577 John Mills _______ 1.728 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.765 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Jon Carey ________ 1.265 Darren Del’Andrae_ 2.462 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.059 Aaron Woods _____ 1.939 Sawyer Smith ____ 1.929 Touchdowns 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 All-Purpose Yards Chuck Withers ________ 4 Chuck Withers ________ 7 George Kane _________ 7 Five players with ______ 1 Bill White ____________ 4 Bill White ___________ 14 Bill White ____________ 8 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 10 Andy Berkis __________ 8 Four players with______ 2 Dan Withers __________ 9 Ed Gorman __________ 7 Don Suloff ___________ 7 Lorny Anderson______ 11 Randy Nelson _______ 11 Bob Mickles _________ 11 Charlie Stoudamire ____ 5 Bob Mickles __________ 5 Darrell Beane _________ 3 Anthony Stoudamire __ 3 Gene Woodard _______ 3 Anthony Stoudamire __ 3 Steve Barnes _________ 3 Mike Gardner_________ 7 John Mills __________ 10 Jeff Salta ___________ 23 Dave Stief __________ 12 Joel Sigel ___________ 18 Joel Sigel ___________ 16 Joel Sigel ___________ 12 Clint Didier _________ 12 Norm Goolsby ________ 5 Don Antonetti ________ 5 Steve Lyle____________ 6 Steve Lyle____________ 8 Steve Lyle____________ 6 Brian Coushay ________ 7 Curtis Delgardo ______ 13 Curtis Delgardo ______ 19 Burnell Harvin _______ 15 Curtis Delgardo ______ 16 Rodney Clemente ____ 14 Rais Aho ____________ 15 Darick Holmes _______ 12 Darick Holmes _______ 19 Steve Papin _________ 21 Brian Warner _________ 7 Charles Dunn________ 10 Art Williams _________ 12 Charles Dunn________ 19 Charles Dunn________ 21 Ryan Fuqua _________ 16 Ryan Fuqua _________ 13 Ryan Fuqua __________ 9 Allen Kennett _______ 10 Joe Rubin ___________ 17 Tremayne Kirkland ____ 7 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 11 Olaniyi Sobomehin ___ 11 Mario D’Ambrosio _____ 9 Lavonte Kirven _______ 5 Chuck Withers _______ 28 Chuck Withers _______ 42 George Kane ________ 42 Sam Roberts ________ 12 Gary Hamblet _______ 12 Bill White ___________ 24 Bill White ___________ 84 Bill White ___________ 49 Jim Hollingsworth ____ 60 Andy Berkis _________ 48 Four with __________ 12 Dan Withers _________ 54 Ed Gorman _________ 42 Don Suloff __________ 42 Lorny Andersen ______ 66 Randy Nelson _______ 74 Bob Mickles _________ 68 Bob Mickles _________ 34 Pat Moore __________ 31 Three with __________ 18 Pat Moore __________ 48 John Mills __________ 60 Pat Moore __________ 60 Jeff Salta __________ 138 Dave Stief __________ 76 Joel Sigel __________ 110 Joel Sigel ___________ 96 John Kincheloe ______ 85 Norm Goolsby _______ 30 Don Antonetti _______ 24 Steve Lyle___________ 38 Daryl Weeden _______ 53 Mike Erickson _______ 59 Mike Erickson _______ 66 Curtis Delgardo ______ 78 Curtis Delgardo _____ 116 Burnell Harvin _______ 90 Curtis Delgardo ______ 96 Rod Clemente _______ 86 Rais Aho ____________ 90 Darick Holmes _______ 72 Darick Holmes ______ 114 Steve Papin ________ 126 Brian Warner ________ 42 Charles Dunn________ 60 Arthur Williams ______ 72 Charles Dunn_______ 114 Charles Dunn_______ 126 Ryan Fuqua _________ 96 Ryan Fuqua _________ 78 Ryan Fuqua _________ 54 Eric Azorr ___________ 65 Joe Rubin __________ 102 Eric Azorr ___________ 67 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 66 Olaniyi Sobomehin ___ 66 Danny Urrego _______ 76 Zach Brown _________ 75 No field goals made No field goals made No field goals made Mac Wiebe ___________ 1 No field goals made No field goals made No field goals made No field goals made Tom Roach ___________ 2 No field goals made Bill Cooper _________ 1/5 Bill Cooper _________ 1/3 No field goals made Kevin Watts _______ 4/12 Kevin Watts ________ 5/9 Wayne Karney ______ 1/4 Pat Moore ________ 7/15 Pat Moore _________ 1/1 Pat Moore _________ 5/6 Pat Moore ________ 7/14 Tom Bird __________ 5/8 Tom Bird __________ 1/3 No field goals made John Kincheloe ___ 11/16 John Kincheloe ____ 5/11 John Kincheloe ____ 6/15 Steve Patterson _____ 1/4 Daryl Weeden ______ 6/9 Daryl Weeden ____ 10/17 Mike Erickson ____ 11/15 Mike Erickson ____ 10/18 Mike Erickson ____ 11/20 J.101 Jimmy Blanchard__ 2.173 Charles Dunn_____ 1.058 Eric Keisau _______ 1.153 Jimmy Blanchard__ 1.015 Lorny Anderson___ 1.451 Brian White ______ 2.153 Steve Lyle________ 1.629 Bryan Mitchell ____ 1.524 Neil Lomax_______ 3.325 Chris Crawford____ 2.121 Drew Hubel ______ 2.037 June Jones _______ 3.082 Alan Boschma ______ 820 Alan Boschma ______ 924 Matt James ________ 824 Darick Holmes ______ 525 James Hundon _____ 495 James Hundon _____ 812 Kyle Holley _________ 575 Orshawante Bryant __ 494 Orshawante Bryant 1.1998 Art Williams _________ 12 1999 Terry Charles ________ 10 2000 Orshawante Bryant ____ 5 Terry Charles _________ 5 2001 Terry Charles ________ 12 2002 Ryan Fuqua __________ 3 2003 Ryan Brown __________ 6 2004 Shaun Bodiford _______ 5 2005 Shaun Bodiford _______ 5 2006 Tremayne Kirkland ____ 7 2007 Tremayne Kirkland ___ 10 2008 Mario D’Ambrosio _____ 9 2009 Lavonte Kirven _______ 5 Receiving Yards 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 Dave Starbuck ______ 359 Sam Roberts _______ 333 Sam Roberts _______ 402 Gary Hamblet ______ 211 Bill White __________ 292 Bill White __________ 355 Jim Hollingsworth ___ 398 Jim Hollingsworth ___ 564 Jim Hollingsworth ___ 390 Rick Silva __________ 228 Dan Withers ________ 523 Don Suloff _________ 598 Randy Nelson ______ 741 Randy Nelson ____ 1.400 NA NA Rick Silva __________ 745 Dan Withers ________ 805 Dan Withers ______ 1.256 Tyson Parsons ____ 1.603 Chris Crawford____ 2.220 Steve Lyle________ 1.293 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1.788 Drew Hubel ______ 1.247 Darick Holmes ____ 1.446 Charlie Stoudamire 1.431 Kyle Allen ________ 2.107 Andy Berkis ________ 878 Dan Withers ________ 485 Ed Gorman ______ 1.299 Bob Mickles ______ 1.877 Bill Matos ________ 2.091 Dave Stief _________ 863 Dave Stief _________ 909 John Urness ______ 1.440 Kyle Allen ________ 2.132 Clint Didier ______ 1.260 Terry Summerfield 2.993 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.966 Neil Lomax_______ 4.224 Kenny Johnson ___ 1.091 Dave Simantel ______ 458 Kenny Johnson _____ 451 Roger Daniels ______ 526 Steve Jones ________ 628 Brian Coushay ______ 743 Brian Coushay ______ 820 Tim Corrigan _______ 848 Tim Corrigan _______ 620 Rinaldo Shackelford 1.284 Terry Summerfield 2. Brumfield _____ 10/14 J.073 Burnell Harvin ____ 1.806 Chris Crawford____ 2.J.248 Norm Goolsby ____ 1.J.673 Tim Von Dulm ____ 2.781 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 718 2007 Tremayne Kirkland 1.397 Kyle Holley _______ 1.904 Bill White ________ 1.736 Tim Von Dulm ____ 2.081 Terry Charles _____ 1.165 June Jones _______ 2.968 2009 Aaron Woods _____ 1.171 Orshawante Bryant 1.270 Rais Aho _________ 1.052 Stuart Gaussoin ___ 1.606 Juston Wood _____ 3.028 Ray Fry ____________ 904 Harvey Neffendorf __ 588 Chuck Withers ______ 741 George Kane _______ 524 Ward Sayles ________ 422 Bob Grant _________ 437 Bill White __________ 852 Mike Schrunk_______ 677 Mike Schrunk_____ 1.314 Bill White __________ 168 NA NA Rick Silva ___________ 56 Dan Withers ________ 113 Dan Withers ________ 165 John Jahns _________ 170 Steve Bond ________ 132 Charlie Stoudamire __ 182 Charlie Stoudamire __ 105 Ted Spencer ________ 119 Arthur Dickson ______ 44 Vernell Outlaw_______ 91 John Colasurdo _____ 164 Jack Willems ________ 44 Jack Willems _______ 114 Bob Province ________ 73 Kenny Johnson ______ 89 Kenny Johnson _____ 144 Brian Fish ___________ 63 Roger Daniels ______ 102 Roger Daniels ______ 196 Roger Daniels ______ 148 Brian Coushay ______ 303 Kickoff Return Yards Kicking Punt Return Yards 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 Scoring Total Offense 94 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .226 Dave Stief _________ 909 Joel Sigel ________ 1.092 Terry Charles _____ 1.313 Charles Dunn_____ 1.371 Brian Coushay ____ 1.230 Curtis Delgardo ___ 2.230 Joe Wiser ________ 2.707 Curtis Delgardo ___ 2.004 Bryan Mitchell ____ 1.737 Charles Dunn_____ 1.722 Steve Papin ______ 2.348 Joe Rubin ________ 1.096 Jesse Levin _________ 625 Ryan Brown ________ 685 Shaun Bodiford _____ 587 Shaun Bodiford _____ 545 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 545 Tremayne Kirkland 1.234 2008 Aaron Woods _____ 1.725 Sawyer Smith ____ 1. Brumfield ______ 9/13 J.677 John Charles _____ 2.438 Charlie Stoudamire 1.179 Don Suloff _______ 1.917 Don Bailey _______ 1.046 Kevin Johnson ____ 1.J.611 Ed Gorman ______ 2.211 Juston Wood _____ 2.018 Scott Saxton _____ 1.041 Darrell Beane _______ 681 Gene Woodard _____ 546 Mike Gardner_____ 2.079 Neil Lomax_______ 3.849 Ryan Fuqua ______ 1.157 Roggy Pflug ______ 1.092 Jeff Salta ________ 1. Brumfield ______ 8/19 J.262 Curtis Delgardo ___ 1.456 John Charles _____ 2.463 Mike Atwood _____ 2.222 Alan Boschma ____ 1.

2 42.2 41. 2.483 1.5 35.5 2006 Adam Hayward _____ 9.9 42. 1997-2000 Season: 69-Dan Frantz. 1997 Game: 13-Rick Silva.665 1. Punting Average Career: 41.879 1.9 39.5 39.392 2.2 34.1 39.6 40.250 809 1.7 37. Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Jason Daily 53 Andrew Levers 50 Andrew Levers 58 Danny Urrego 60 Danny Urrego 58 Thomas Duyndam 44 Player No.5 Andrew Dorsey ____ 11.J.116 1.7 36.2 39.966 2.5 Kevin Woolfolk _______ 5 Brent Napierkowski ____ 5 Tim Upshaw__________ 6 Bob Boyer ___________ 6 Oscar Hicks _________ 12 Oscar Hicks __________ 6 Herman Smith _______ 11 Akaba Delaney ______ 17 Brian Stromberg _____ 12 Jason Hefley ________ 17 Tom Matijacic _______ 16 Mike McCarthy ______ 19 1962 Carey Arthur _________ 2 1963-65 NA 1966 Tom Oberg __________ 6 1967 Val Thompson ________ 7 1968 John Jahns ___________ 5 1969 Dennis Chapin ________ 4 Dennis Doyle _________ 4 1970 Dennis Chapin ________ 7 1971 Dennis Chapin ________ 7 1972 Terry Kane ___________ 5 Frank Franzone _______ 5 1973 Bill Taylor ____________ 6 1974 Arthur Dickson _______ 7 Charles Herring _______ 7 1975 Arthur Dickson ______ 10 1976 Arthur Dickson _______ 8 1977 Kevin Keeler__________ 5 1978 Scott Martin__________ 5 1979 Kevin Alexander ______ 4 1980 Andy Lawrence _______ 4 1981 Andy Lawrence _______ 3 1982 Dan Peters ___________ 3 Ted Rosnagle _________ 3 1983 Four tied with ________ 2 1984 Brian Fish ____________ 5 1985 Tracey Eaton _________ 4 1986 Joe Rodgers __________ 6 1987 Tracey Eaton _________ 4 Joe Rodgers __________ 4 Scott Taube __________ 4 1988 Mike Peterson ________ 5 1989 Ken Feist ____________ 4 1990 James Fuller __________ 3 1991 Bill Westerholm _______ 5 1992 John Gentry __________ 2 Dave Burleson ________ 2 Desmond Isom _______ 2 1993 Larry Austin __________ 5 1994 Ted Leach____________ 4 1995 Neil Fendall __________ 3 1996 Neil Fendall __________ 8 1997 Rashad Floyd _________ 6 1998 Hassan Probherbs _____ 3 1999 Rashad Floyd _________ 3 2000 Rashad Floyd _________ 5 2001 Mitchell Fitzhugh _____ 3 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Arthur Dickson ______ 13 Arthur Dickson ______ 12 NA NA NA Kevin Alexander ______ 7 Doug Rabe___________ 9 John Clemens ________ 3 Dan Peters ___________ 3 Reggie Archie ________ 3 Reggie Archie ________ 7 Mark Crawford________ 4 Melvin Hawkins _______ 4 Tracey Eaton _________ 9 Tracey Eaton _________ 8 Mike Peterson ________ 8 Tracey Eaton ________ 11 Kevin Woolfolk _______ 5 Anthony Spears _______ 5 Scott Taube __________ 4 Ken Feist ____________ 4 Dominique Hardeman _ 4 Vince Barrett _________ 4 James Fuller _________ 10 John Gentry __________ 7 Desmond Isom _______ 7 Larry Austin _________ 10 Sam Peoples _________ 6 Kelly Johnson ________ 7 Woody Green ________ 8 Paul Bradford _________ 8 Rashad Floyd _________ 9 Rashad Floyd _________ 9 Rashad Floyd ________ 10 Steve Morse __________ 5 Mitchell Fitzhugh ____ 15 Stefon Kleinert _______ 7 Nick Swanegan _______ 5 Josh Ratliff ___________ 5 Dominic Dixon _______ 8 Odell Jackson ________ 8 Dominic Dixon _______ 7 Odell Jackson ________ 9 Jordan Brown ________ 6 Andy Schantz ________ 9 Deshawn Shead ______ 7 Mike Williams ________ 7 1969 Bob Fahsholz _________ 3 1970 Rich Lewis ___________ 4 Hank Barton _________ 4 1971 Harry Holmes ________ 4 1972 Larry Jackson _________ 5 1973 Todd Lucich __________ 4 1974 Arthur Dickson _______ 2 Charles Herring _______ 2 Dan Bolton __________ 2 1975 NA 1976 Arthur Dickson _______ 5 1977 Bob Anderson ________ 2 Duane DeNotta _______ 2 Jack Newhart _________ 2 1978 Mark Peterson ________ 3 1979 Larry Hill ____________ 2 Phil Hopkins _________ 2 Mark Peterson ________ 2 1980 Fred Nordgren ________ 5 1981 Doug Davis __________ 5 1982 Mark Crawford________ 3 1983 Mark Crawford________ 5 1984 Regan Hyde __________ 5 1985 Regan Hyde __________ 2 1986 Terry Fasel ___________ 2 1987 Joe Rodgers __________ 3 1988 Brent Napierkowski ____ 3 1989 Tim Upshaw__________ 5 1990 Five tied with ________ 2 1991 Rick Cruz ____________ 3 1992 Vince Watson _________ 3 1993 Brian Stromberg ______ 3 1994 Brian Stromberg ______ 3 1995 Jason Hefley _________ 2 John Tuiososopo ______ 2 Zack Gilbert __________ 2 1996 Neil Fendall __________ 2 1997 Charles Gilmore _______ 3 Brett McDonald _______ 3 1998 Eight tied with ________ 1 1999 Three tied with _______ 1 2000 Three tied with _______ 2 2001 Nick Chenault ________ 2 Deshawn Butler _______ 2 2002 Tolo Tuitele __________ 2 David Goodloe _______ 2 2003 Jamal Abdullah _______ 2 2004 Andrew Dorsey _______ 5 2005 Matthis Gehring ______ 2 2006 Cole Smith ___________ 2 Kenneth Mackins _____ 2 2007 Casey Tyler ___________ 2 2008 Reggie Jones _________ 2 KJ McCrae ___________ 2 Cody Worthen ________ 2 2009 Jordan Brown ________ 2 Fumble Recoveries YEARLY PUNTING LEADERS Year Sacks 1974 Vernell Outlaw________ 8 1975 Brent Price __________ 13 1976 Rick Cartesegna_______ 2 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 Lorny Anderson Kevin Watts Kevin Watts Gib Hammack Gib Hammack Todd Lucich Steve Barnes Mike Atwood Mike Atwood Mike Atwood Pat Moran John Kincheloe John Kincheloe John Kincheloe Twidwell Ken Sloy Ken Sloy Ron Odermott Player No.683 2.0 35. 1978-81 Season: 42.5 2008 Andy Schantz _______ 15 2009 Ryan Rau ___________ 10 2002 David Goodloe _______ 5 2003 Matt Porr ____________ 2 Nick Chenault ________ 2 2004 Nick Chenault ________ 3 Reynard Carrie ________ 3 2005 Dominic Dixon _______ 3 2006 Dominic Dixon _______ 4 Odell Jackson ________ 4 Micheal Dorsey _______ 4 2007 Stanley Jackson _______ 5 2008 Deshawn Shead ______ 6 2009 Deshawn Shead ______ 3 Pass Break Ups 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Interceptions Tackles For Loss 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Gene Woodard _______ 6 NA Ron Seawell _________ 11 Ron Seawell _________ 15 Fred Nordgren _______ 19 Dave Smith _________ 17 Fred Nordgren _______ 17 Mark Crawford_______ 10 Tim Gregory _________ 7 Doug Mikolas _______ 17 Gary Palumbis ________ 9 Tim Nacoste__________ 4 Anthony Spears ____ 30.5 2003 Josh Ratliff ___________ 6 2004 Chuck Jones _________ 7 2005 Ryan Friesen _______ 8.969 1.1 35.1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Brian Coushay ______ 116 Tim Corrigan _______ 154 Curtis Delgardo ______ 95 Curtis Delgardo ______ 92 Curtis Delgardo _____ 101 Alan Boschma ______ 281 Derek Baldwin ______ 249 Sean Williams ______ 189 Steve Papin _________ 72 James Hundon _____ 168 J.915 1.5 37.624 Yards 34.3 32.5 38.402 2.693 Yards 39.5 Avg.4-John Kincheloe.7 36.0 35. Montana St.9 34.5 2004 Chuck Jones ______ 12. 34 64 61 49 69 59 45 43 32 21 29 46 33 47 39 59 62 47 1.346 2.9 40.166 2.3 42.5 2007 KJ McCrae ________ 12.408 1.096 2.4 34. 28 54 48 50 38 51 27 44 35 35 80 69 45 35 44 50 58 63 1.363 1.682 1.083 1.6 38.8-John Kincheloe.847 993 1.370 1. 1967 vs.511 2.055 1. Year 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Mike Erickson Mike Erickson Rick Dubina Rick Dubina Tom Heckathorn Tom Heckathorn Tom Heckathorn Tony Bilic Jeff Crowell Tony Bilic Chris Budke Dan Frantz Dan Frantz Dan Frantz Dan Frantz Edi Pazos Edi Pazos Matt Langford Player No.5 38.8 39.320 1.0 40.922 1.340 1.1 36.1 38.349 1.3 39.224 1.843 2.333 2.491 Yards 40.8 40.5 1988 Anthony Spears ______ 13 1989 Randy Turnage _______ 7 1990 Oscar Hicks __________ 5 1991 Rick Cruz __________ 7.720 1.8 36.5 2007 Micheal Dorsey _____ 5.8 40.245 2. Montana 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 95 .5 1992 Joel Corey ___________ 3 Buzz Eckhardt ________ 3 1993 Akaba Delaney _______ 8 1994 Brian Stromberg ______ 7 1995 Sammie Burroughs ____ 7 1996 Jerit Carpenter________ 5 1997 Mike McCarthy _______ 8 1998 Tom Matijacic ________ 9 1999 Chris Cain____________ 6 2000 DeAngelo Hunter _____ 9 2001 Brad Ransom _________ 6 2002 Stefon Kleinert _____ 5. Dan Frantz. Johnson ________ 132 Hassan Probherbs ___ 201 Hassan Probherbs ____ 26 Rashad Floyd _______ 119 Rashad Floyd _______ 103 Amad Robinson_____ 157 Steve Shinen _______ 110 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 198 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 311 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 259 Brendan Ferrigno ___ 179 Reggie Joseph ______ 167 Reggie Jones ________ 59 Aaron Woods ________ 82 DEFENSE 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total Tackles Bill Turner___________ 67 Herb Harms _________ 73 Herb Harms _________ 84 NA Mike Haftorson ______ 45 NA Gary Weber _________ 66 John Woodward _____ 81 NA NA NA NA Phil Oliver _________ 126 Phil Oliver _________ 174 Harry Holmes ______ 112 Tommy Cole _______ 110 Bill Taylor __________ NA Charles Herring _____ 173 Charles Herring _____ 142 Arthur Dickson _____ 118 Tony Mims _________ 159 Rick Cartasegna_____ 112 Fred Nordgren ______ 107 Mark Peterson ______ 112 Dave Smith _________ 90 Mitch Messina _______ 85 Mark Crawford_______ 63 Brian Fish ___________ 63 Regan Hyde _________ 98 Regan Hyde _________ 94 Mike Peterson _______ 78 Ina Talalemotu _______ 84 Kevin Wolfolk________ 90 Scott Taube _________ 92 James Fuller ________ 104 Greg Lupfer _________ 92 Jason Roehm ________ 83 Rick Cruz __________ 108 Jeff Bockert _________ 73 Jason Hefley ________ 64 Neil Fendall ________ 125 Travis Martinsen _____ 85 Tom Matijacic ______ 100 Tino Retamoza _____ 105 Brent Donnerberg ____ 90 Kevin Hastin ________ 76 Marcus Green _______ 75 Joey King ___________ 93 Tolo Tuitele _________ 73 George Quijano ______ 76 Adam Hayward _____ 104 Jordan Senn _______ 127 Andy Schantz ______ 115 Ryan Rau ___________ 72 Dexter Morrison ______ 2 1977 Dan Bolton __________ 3 Russ Graham _________ 3 Curt Farrell ___________ 3 1978-81 NA 1982 Doug Mikolas ________ 6 1983 Chris Nyte ___________ 4 1984 Doug Mikolas _______ 15 1985 Gary Palumbis ________ 9 1986 Five tied with _________ 2 1987 Anthony Spears ____ 16.923 2.9 36.948 1. 1979 (46 punts) Punts Career: 193-Dan Frantz.6 Avg.119 1.5 2009 Ryan Pedersen________ 4 Ryan Rau ____________ 4 1998 Tom Matijacic _______ 15 1999 Chris Cain___________ 13 Brad Ransom ________ 13 2000 DeAngelo Hunter ____ 15 2001 Brad Ransom ________ 11 2002 Agatupu Sagapolutele 10 2003 Josh Ratliff ________ 11.1 38. 2000 vs.5 2005 Ryan Friesen ________ 13 2006 Adam Hayward ____ 16.141 2.2 36.1 38.5 Avg.5 2008 KJ McCrae _________ 4. Longest Punt: 82 yards.3 36.590 1.3 41.544 2.

Delaware State. Northern Arizona (16 attempts) -14 1981 @ Montana (28 attempts) -14 2008 @ Northern Arizona (20 attempts) Streaks Most Touchdowns Longest Winning Streak: 10. Idaho Most Passes Completed Tackles for Loss Season: 353-1980 (out of 580) Game: 44-1979 vs. Santa Clara. Eastern Washington (19 attempts) -15 2003 vs. Eastern Montana Fewest Yards Total Offense 68 1972 vs. Arkansas-Monticello (48 carries) Season: 3-1988 Consecutive: 2-1962.574-1977 (11 games) Game: 788-1976 vs. Nevada (3-10-1) 20 1983 vs. 10/14/06 to 9/29/07 Longest Home Winning Streak: 6. 2000-02 Longest Road Winning Streak: 2. 1970 vs.9 per game. Montana State The Vikings play in front of a large crowd at Civic Stadium in the late 1960s.784-1980 (11 games) Game: 678-1976 vs. Eastern Washington 44 1970 vs. Simon Fraser (25 rush. 1991 at Cal Poly DEFENSE Fewest Points Allowed Season: 107-1987 (9. 1989 at Cal Poly. 1970 Most Passes Attempted Sacks Season: 580-1980 (11 games. Cal Poly Pomona 600 1976 vs. Santa Clara 341 1994 vs. UC-Davis Most Punts Most Offensive Plays Season: 921-1977 (11 games) Game: 107-1970 vs. Sacramento State 719 1977 vs. Total Offense 788 1976 vs. Puget Sound (28 rush. Eastern Washington 603 1980 vs. Hawai’i 49 1973 vs. Eastern Montana (NCAA II record) Season: 35-1975 (11 games) Game: 6-1976 vs. Simon Fraser (4-12-1) Fewest Yards Rushing -69 1981 @ Utah (24 attempts) -26 2008 vs. 1991-92 Longest Winning Streak to Start a Season: 6. 1951-52 Longest Home Losing Streak: 5. 35 pass) 74 1973 vs. 1988-89 Longest Road Winning Streak: 4. 1987. 96 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .7. Angelo State 338 2000 vs. Humboldt State Season: 80-1966 Game: 13-1967 vs. Pass Completions 44 1979 @ Northern Colorado 44 2008 vs. Weber State 73 2008 vs. Hawai’i (33 rush. Puget Sound 716 1991 @ Cal Poly 714 1998 vs. Eastern Montana 724 2001 vs. Boise State (68 rush. 2007 vs.7. Eastern Montana 662 1977 vs. 11-3-1. Northern Colorado. 1987 Passing: 95. Delaware State Most Touchdown Passes Season: 44-1980 (11 games) Game: 9-1980 vs. 2000 Longest Home Winning Streak: 14. completed 353) Game: 77-1979 vs. 11 games) OFFENSE Most Rushing Plays Least Yardage Allowed Season: 501-1988 (11 games) Game: 68-1964 vs. Boise State (3-18-1) 11 1973 vs. Delaware State Road Game: 55-1977 at Simon Fraser. Arkansas-Monticello 393 2005 vs.3 per game. 1980-84 Season: 74-1980 (11 games) Game: 15-1980 vs. Eastern Montana ALL-TIME SINGLE-GAME OFFENSIVE HIGHS AND LOWS Top Games. 1991 Including Playoffs: 11-2-1. 1959 Most Rushing Yards Shutouts Season: 2. 1988. Northern Colorado (completed 44) Season: 66-1988 (11 games) Game: 11-1987 vs. Eastern Washington 70 1970 vs. Eastern Oregon Rushing: 83. (of 77). Puget Sound. 1987. Rushing Yards 432 1995 vs.255 yards-1988 (11 games) Game: 432-1995 vs. 2008 vs. Weber State Most Points Big Sky Conference Streaks Longest Winning Streak: 6. Idaho State 533 1975 @ Central Washington Top Games. Weber State 550 1999 vs. 2000 and 2006 Longest Losing Streak: 5. 1988. 1991 Most Yards Total Offense Season: 5. Hofstra 335 1987 @ Southern Utah 302 2004 @ Weber State 302 2001 vs. 1991 Longest Losing Streak: 11. Idaho State Top Games. 1976 vs. 8 pass) 101 1973 vs. Saint Mary’s Interceptions Most Yards Passing Season: 4. Weber State Top Games. Sacramento State 347 1988 vs. Northern Colorado 380 2001 @ Eastern Washington 351 2001 vs. 1991 Longest Regular Season Winning Streak: 10. Puget Sound 623 2008 vs. 1959 Total Offense: 244. Montana 535 2008 vs. Sacramento State 696 1999 vs. 73 pass) Fewest Yards Passing 8 1972 vs. 1959. 9-2. Montana 696 2001 vs. 2009 Longest Road Losing Streak: 6. 11-3. 2009 Longest Road Losing Streak: 17. Eastern Washington 43 1980 vs. Central Washington 661 2000 vs. Passing Yards 678 1976 vs. Humboldt State 592 1991 @ Cal Poly 558 1980 vs. Weber State 681 1975 @ Eastern Washington 666 1977 vs. 1996 and 2007 Longest Home Losing Streak: 4. Eastern Washington 69 1976 vs.ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS Most Wins Regular Season: 9-1-1. 1968-69. Pass Attempts 77 1979 @ Northern Colorado 73 1980 vs. Eastern Washington (of 76). 1976 vs. 49 pass) 76 1972 vs. Weber State 42 2007 @ San Diego State Top Games. Eastern Washington (3-11-2) 35 1972 vs. Eastern Washington (of 73) Season: 116-1997 (11 games) Game: 15-1997 vs. 1996-97 Season: 541-1980 (11 games) Game: 105-1980 vs.

6 6.044 2.7 504.1 31-37.613 .566 .752 413-1.1 48-24.9 6.7 32-6. KO Ret.2 247.596 .6 80-38.3 2.2 58-40.5 25-5.1 68. 1953: 5-2.4 7.196 903-5.9 200.5 14.0 5.3 10.0 402.4 5.4 23-6.6 190.8 60-18.4 73.4 41-17.7 11-5 94-857 76-155 6-19 12-19.0 .028 832-3.7 3.5 17-5.4 305.8 3 147-57-22 693 77.4 27-5.8 32-24 71-39.509 573-2.148 383-1.5 110.1 2.5 15-9 83-775 65-152 10-15 50-36.4 18-14.2 85.4 8.9 21 7.5 17-2.4 12.426 472-2.4 128.5 47-20.7 2. 1949: 5-4.5 164.5 24-8.9 49-35.0 5.374 9 .6 13 9 15 12 8 5 12 17 16 9 11 9 9 18 21 33 20 19 22 25 10 8 13 14 14 19 24 31 23 24 16 18 14 25 26 9 13 16 18 30 24 13 10 29 24 9 11 7 8 150-57-10 129-63-13 153-72-7 137-52-24 150-50-16 280-106-19 394-197-27 340-155-25 462-252-18 518-271-26 254-109-28 228-91-17 193-65-21 407-178-37 461-241-27 555-308-31 566-290-37 513-281-28 553-312-21 580-353-18 330-162-13 388-193-29 283-136-19 397-218-22 461-256-20 374-224-18 326-207-11 313-192-10 371-215-17 345-211-17 309-175-10 348-242-8 387-213-17 330-203-12 395-200-15 359-191-18 379-184-13 411-235-11 383-228-3 309-183-11 368-218-5 329-177-14 340-189-18 283-147-13 285-156-9 267-141-12 547-328-20 559-307-20 384-210-23 831 848 1.8 8.4 4.470 6 6.1 6.784 2.1 2.9 19-15.4 5.1 33-7.1 5.098 429-1.0 75.8 23-10.481 7 .2 16-14. 1951: 3-5.8 28-39.5 4.1 6.555 .726 3.6 9-5 84-770 54-148 10-17 59-41.4 13.8 20-6.380 9 .0 .028 355-1.3 189.5 3.6 12.877 783-3.3 40-35.1 29. Ret.4 15-9 116-1.949 728-4.4 2.599 .3 11.0 133.1 32-18.0 150.4 21-12 69-33.7 19-8.512 .5 7.7 26-16 96-850 36-37.207 2.5 4.2 15-10.6 204.9 63-37.3 56-18.497 1.8 22-10.0 3.4 7.7 12.8 494.7 109.3 14-11.9 6.143 1.8 359.387 5 5.107 2.8 17.3 13.556 .9 124.2 181.9 5.2 APP Punting Punt Ret.0 .539 2.8 7.202 737 646 1.0 5.800 686-3.2 5.907 280.0 5.547 791-2.3 18-12.1 22-9.4 297.995 3.5 .5 313.1 5.6 2.255 424-1.5 44-24. 1950: 1-5-1.1 60-23.6 13-12.6 28-21.9 99.272 6 5.2 12.8 4.8 142.2 43-23 44-34.4 13 19-8 NA-427 4.3 35-8. 1952: 0-9.6 8 23-13 NA-226 4.8 19-6.6 19-11. 1 including playoffs 11-2-1 2 including playoffs 11-3-1 3 including playoffs 9-4 4 including playoffs 11-3 5 including playoffs 8-3 6 including playoffs 9-3 7 including playoffs 8-5 8 including playoffs 8-4 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 97 .034 3.3 17-2.9 27-12.9 10 NA-351 NA-13 NA-421 49-19 NA-524 32-18 NA-525 68-590 71-630 59-424 58-586 81-832 NA-442 75-672 70-699 76-755 88-869 97-927 88-1.151 765-3. playoff statistics did not count in official NCAA stats.3 17-18.580 .8 111-43-9 592 74.169 378-935 386-1. 1948: 2-4-2.9 230.6 93.5 13.7 9-13.6 32-20 71-34.5 15-10.956 650-3.3 7.3 91.518 2.974 2.4 14.238 RPG 150.708 672-2.7 71-33.0 21-9.8 46-42.3 33-30. 4th D.8 5.9 5.9 5.7 1.1 378.0 1.2 501-1.1 13.5 10.1 424.914 2.339 341-1.2 68-22.9 4.437 15 .0 43-30.4 26-4.1 5.0 70-38.6 287.8 7.548 .4 37-18.1 61-41.3 7.6 418.2 4. 3.1 97.5 2.3 5.6 137.378 .485 .3 81.255 763-3.8 232.4 14.6 247.7 49-38.9 47-18.9 17-9.1 3.3 4.206 378-677 394-1.8 207.397 716-2.1 18 10 30 30 17 23 13 16 14 15 18 28 24 14 6.5 36-20.8 15-12.3 4.0 36-18.185 500-1.6 460.561 173.217 348-1.6 37-16.6 16.604 2.9 7.9 12.8 244.8 2.1 11.970 4. 1956: 2-5-1 Prior to 2003.8 7.3 311.5 37-15.4 1.2 47-17.9 30-7.7 308.086 3.7 5.4 477.054 501-2.031 1.377 760-3.532 .2 39-20 103-928 80-36.4 14-8.7 14.9 71.800 467-2.9 236.2 364.333 4 .5 7-8.2 154.6 186.8 4.6 274.0 12.5 25-12 81-727 56-134 2-9 60-35.7 4.609 31 35 29 27 44 2-4 0-5 2-3 0-6 3-3 0-4 5-1 3-2 3-3 1-2-1 5-1 1-4 5-1 4-0-1 5-1 3-1-1 6-0 2-3 4-3 2-2 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 3-3 3-2 3-2 5-0 4-2 5-1 5-1 3-3 5-1 5-0 3-1 1-4 4-1 1-5 4-1 2-2 3-1 3-1 2-3 0-5 1-5 2-4 3-3 4-1 2-3 1-4 1-4 2-3 1-5 4-3 2-4 0-6 1-4 .180 332-948 423-1.094 2.7 14-12.370 152.4 2.9 5.7 205.4 47-17.9 3.1 51-37.279 1.0 3.429 10 .5 355.2 26-13.138 1.112 2.4 20-17.491 8 .3 62.6 19-8.4 4.7 14-6.550 .506 .0 23-12.2 2.864 1.7 12.6 10.9 94 349-1.8 44-8.3 4.959 508-2.0 29-10.0 3.8 290.062 118.5 33-28.8 6.9 434.7 5.547 16 17 17 17 16 36 9.450 761-4.8 50-18.4 4.497 11 .0 .0 2.5 406.111 796-5.8 14.0 16-11.9 38-18.3 423.2 5.767 729-5.8 94.960 846-4.615 .1 3.2 11.3 107.0 32-6.5 367.0 19-10 27-13 19-11 20-11 85-741 81-724 89-820 74-727 43-148 59-158 51-154 52-151 6-13 9-14 3-13 6-14 Statistics for regular season games only.8 360.538 .060 797-4.4 282.7 14-9.543 826-5.3 7.8 44-22.503 386-1.6 373.3 446.756 3.5 26-6.1 9-11.0 30-16 64-37.6 24-5.163 710-2.023 2.8 APC TD PA-PC-INT Yards PPG Pct.274 2.830 228.1 4.0 360.202 439-1.3 25-8.3 45-41.0 2.878 793-4.8 34-18.9 14.6 22 7.4 5.0 123 186 140 202 217 132 132 119 210 252 287 266 260 257 256 179 180 160 200 217 223 197 251 246 250 230 243 209 223 249 185 198 256 264 226 243 214 176 212 206 160 261 222 185 392-859 368-993 435-1.8 107.4 7.8 29-18.4 460.6 45-30.075 76-760 62-652 68-732 72-759 74-675 63-703 81-732 71-623 60-554 83-899 64-159 89-717 66-529 61-142 79-698 61-140 48-145 59-117 47-140 5-15 49-131 10-17 69-158 11-24 106 386-1.7 3.0 94.006 873-5.4 16-11.4 41-18.519 .8 237.593 829-4.593 346-953 478-2.7 15-10.0 7.8 23-20.9 48-16.5 13-18.337 4 .549 17 .2 34-24.4 20-6.8 385.8 34-29.0 20 8.3 39-19.7 46-21.979 4.7 3.1 12.3 13.110 693-1.411 343-1.3 14.6 16-5.7 6.4 30-21.041 361-2.4 14.1 368.055 434-1.4 14.0 169. F-FL Penalties 3rd D.5 84.5 186.2 14 151-71-17 900 100.2 4.9 402.6 227.5 417.549 .523 17 16 11 26 25 5.7 477.8 151.573 3.8 144.7 16 19-13 NA-422 3.026 708-4.1 17-14.1 76-38.0 394.6 39-17.3 259.063 734-4.0 12.7 6.136 775-3.0 149.4 159.2 28-12.4 5.010 284-763 464-813 453-1.0 286.3 40-19 113-948 54-167 9-16 9-5.0 12-4.8 21-11.7 3.3 8.9 34-7. 1955: 2-6.050 60-155 10-18 58-38.366 433-1.9 36-25.9 5.058 4.723 103.970 3.9 313.7 404.7 5.6 17 30-18 NA-498 2.7 361.4 22-16.9 32-7.574 856-5.3 4.607 628-4.7 15.6 7.2 13.5 4.148 85.3 472.7 464.471 14 .076 48-37.399 3 .7 21-9 66-575 46-33.8 505-1.3 40-13 32-39.789 425-2.604 3.4 245.1 38-35.246 478-1.857 841-3.8 60-33.0 24-8 59-33.2 40-9.5 4.699 .500 .2 472.415 176.3 108.2 7.8 12-14.0 2.6 300.1 4.7 2.1 42-20.8 69.4 38-39.2 8 125-34-31 688 86.638 798-5.5 14.6 4.653 745-4.4 297.2 178.387 2 4.213 362-1.0 401.612 .808 1.5 233.547 .251 915-5.8 26-14 80-685 27-36.8 14.2 6.6 313.7 13-3.3 19-10.3 162.573 355-1.1 52-19.969 3.2 264.3 8.0 163.7 26-5.5 8.3 4.1 29-12 87-807 42-163 9-20 14-11.0 308.416 710-3.6 36-6.4 12-7.5 6.6 8.8 6.4 19-4.600 .1 42-17.6 34-19.8 106.5 3.787 431-2.5 20.7 25-11 26-16 33-20 23-12 24-12 38-17 37-22 34-20 37-20 27-14 39-19 30-11 28-12 30-12 24-13 .2 3.671 738-4.0 3.572 .7 11.4 6.8 5.4 6.4 3.907 812-4.052 378-1.8 288.4 6.0 134.2 11-12.8 184.4 11-17.2 23-11.192 740-3.7 55-38.3 5.4 195.248 455-2. TD YPA YPC Total Offense YPG 3.1 4.9 29-7.698 3.4 36-20.6 17-14.6 20 64-36.6 255.528 .453 .2 37-13 63-34.0 4.7 143.8 214.6 11.8 86.3 107.9 372.5 6.2 8.374 2.2 536-2.6 34-21.8 10.0 13.030 342-942 314-721 412-880 482-1. 1954: 3-5.7 3.3 191.7 345.359 3.643 397-1.8 53-29.2 21-8 92-892 38-141 4-16 53-39.7 6.4 497.4 275.4 33 10.2 11.6 3.2 525-1.298 579-1. Statistics not available for 1947-56 • Records for those years: 1947: 1-8.4 179.7 14.9 10.6 58-27.7 3.445 4.4 13.5 506.200 2.9 11-19.2 53-42.111 138.9 14.0 36-23.4 14.106 234.5 58-18.8 6.2 110 436-1.7 197.2 17-3.564 .2 4.0 28-7.4 33-33.402 412-1.8 25-4.2 72.3 103.8 3.256 3.7 3.7 352.5 49-37.8 14-10.595 .7 35-20.4 3.000 804-4.160 829-4.3 64-39.0 4.473 921-5.8 178.9 240.7 11-6.9 3.9 21-12 96-703 61-165 5-12 67-37.8 2.191 282-683 186-322 326-1.3 29-7.9 105.859 666-2.5 330.8 34-21.6 185.5 16.711 795-4.2 2.5 6.545 .3 197.523 27 .1 2.5 428.7 51-22.0 25-10.2 12.0 NA-17 70-32.3 6.3 23-12 90-777 68-156 5-12 6-17.3 42-19.340 797-4.9 355-1.3 110.6 5.068 865-5.6 14.6 454.4 50-19.0 12.1 29-19 116-1.2 3.488 7 .5 2.112 740-3.200 375-1.2 8.9 6.5 12.7 7.635 .9 275.0 53-17.0 51-36.8 3.8 6.4 60-34 45-37.8 5-11.8 129.283 925 758 2.4 102 429-1.7 526-2.592 .163 4. Int.9 185.3 127.2 27-7.3 433.7 12.1 21-10.6 13.2 150.307 145.038 4.0 4.2 3.7 313.555 17 .888 236.YEARLY TEAM STATISTICS Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 19871 19882 19893 1990 19914 19923 19935 19946 19957 1996 1997 1998 1999 20008 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 W-L 2-6 4-5 1-8 2-4-2 3-5 4-4 6-2 4-4-1 3-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 6-4 6-4 4-5 3-8 1-10 5-6 8-3 8-3 7-4 5-6 6-5 8-3 2-9 2-9 3-7 8-3 4-5-1 6-5 9-1-1 8-2-1 8-3 6-5 9-2 7-3 8-2 8-2 7-4 3-8 4-7 5-6 8-3 8-3 7-4 6-5 4-7 7-4 6-5 7-4 3-8 4-7 2-9 Home Away 3-2 1-3 0-5 1-3 2-0-2 0-4 2-2 1-3 3-1 1-3 3-1 3-1 3-2 1-2-1 2-2 1-4 2-3 3-3 2-3 3-2 4-0 3-2 1-6 1-5 3-2 5-0 6-0 5-1 5-0 3-3 7-0 2-3 1-3 2-3 3-2 2-4 1-3 2-2 0-5 2-4 3-3 2-3 2-3 0-6 3-2 1-3 PF 88 134 37 106 141 120 206 155 79 179 208 186 293 276 142 125 89 272 366 457 416 337 377 541 152 138 175 253 261 288 349 364 325 305 385 387 300 370 354 196 212 347 399 392 365 236 220 335 313 245 338 284 232 PA 171 186 206 170 221 189 105 151 197 201 251 302 220 191 216 303 327 227 196 224 222 337 281 209 320 319 237 189 287 297 107 173 227 227 255 191 196 226 228 359 294 353 344 276 314 245 327 223 273 202 418 357 372 FD 90 107 79 99 Rushing 376-1.0 21-6.

0 9-13.5 4.9 23-11.1 27-9.0 572-2.2 187.8 7.2 3-23.9 27-14 105-978 65-167 7-13 51-39.2 51-6.656 830-4.8 26-10.007 621-2.5 413.5 3.3 52-22.3 10-9.6 36-13.365 .6 56-21.2 61-37.368 1.515 .6 15-9 85-661 61-166 11-25 52-41.1 46-35.9 323.2 11. playoff statistics did not count in official NCAA stats.0 20-9 64-574 76-170 8-17 Statistics for regular season games only.7 10-4.6 4.3 20-11.0 3.0 154.2 20-10.5 149.5 12.412 2.676 848-4.0 4.0 154.3 275.393 .699 466-2.3 370.9 11. 1956: 2-5-1 Prior to 2003.025 2.9 26-6.9 18-4.857 594-2.090 105.5 2.9 22 14-6 NA-417 4.808 765-3.977 2.7 13-3 93-760 63-147 6-16 55-39.709 1.1 208.0 6.4 404.0 7.0 49-19.7 13-8.545 341.3 62-33.7 46-23.6 17 28-16 4.8 270.1 9 24-17 NA-444 29-34.7 28-10.6 374.8 76-34.7 4.0 3.9 6.2 34-18.8 3.364 807-3. 4.5 172.9 5.9 305.5 12.6 183.1 451.1 6.2 4.232 460-1.2 61-16.8 45-19.804 3.1 58-38.7 148.0 28-30.7 46-19.491 9 .505 .293 848-3.211 367-1.490 463-1.3 9-9.0 47-29.0 6.598 2.158 2.4 303.084 775-3.1 2.1 57-18.664 333.0 346.128 2.1 8.4 133.2 37-21.2 3.4 3.455 RPG 228.9 180.7 40-23 108-1.4 70-33.9 289.4 15.8 38-16.011 2.1 28-14.386 2.2 64-36.9 241.203 244.1 6-8.5 283.0 .630 582-2.3 448.617 427-1.1 32-32.035 575-2.574 .0 31-8.6 13.0 13.4 13.500 19 .0 72-38.7 407.1 371.9 5.8 29-13.509 2.1 125.089 1.6 10-4.654 3.1 66-37.3 354.5 53-36.1 27-9.872 734-2.4 8.391 439-1.6 11.YEARLY OPPONENT TEAM STATISTICS Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 19871 19882 19893 1990 19914 19923 19935 19946 19957 1996 1997 1998 1999 20008 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 W-L 2-6 4-5 1-8 2-4-2 3-5 4-4 6-2 4-4-1 3-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 6-4 6-4 4-5 3-8 1-10 5-6 8-3 8-3 7-4 5-6 6-5 8-3 2-9 2-9 3-7 8-3 4-5-1 6-5 9-1-1 8-2-1 8-3 6-5 9-2 7-3 8-2 8-2 7-4 3-8 4-7 5-6 8-3 8-3 7-4 6-5 4-7 7-4 6-5 7-4 3-8 4-7 2-9 Home Away 3-2 1-3 0-5 1-3 2-0-2 0-4 2-2 1-3 3-1 1-3 3-1 3-1 3-2 1-2-1 2-2 1-4 2-3 3-3 2-3 3-2 4-0 3-2 1-6 1-5 3-2 5-0 6-0 5-1 5-0 3-3 7-0 2-3 1-3 2-3 3-2 2-4 1-3 2-2 0-5 2-4 3-3 2-3 2-3 0-6 3-2 1-3 PSU 88 134 37 106 141 120 206 155 79 179 208 186 293 276 142 125 89 272 366 457 416 337 377 541 152 138 175 253 261 288 349 364 325 305 385 387 300 370 354 196 212 347 399 392 365 236 220 335 313 245 338 284 232 Opp 171 186 206 170 221 189 105 151 197 201 251 302 220 191 216 303 327 227 196 224 222 337 281 209 320 319 237 189 287 297 107 173 227 227 255 191 196 226 228 359 294 353 344 276 314 245 327 223 273 202 418 357 372 FD Rushing 412-1.071 59-37.8 11.2 31-16.2 178.3 25-8.605 853-4.0 12.5 236.6 364.059 405-1.631 447-2.3 17-5.0 5.384 2.6 31-16.2 3.437 8 6.4 37-19.3 25-7.829 424-1.610 2.3 30-10.5 172.383 365-1.249 770-4.0 5.590 314-876 426-1.2 2.8 3.2 51-16.3 4.0 3.5 16-2.2 49-19.9 158.5 22-12.4 3.1 128.7 47-21.989 2.2 17-9.2 51-38.4 7.1 6.2 149.7 83.1 24-14 78-761 74-39.2 6.5 196.086 377-916 396-1.9 303.4 327.3 357.9 143. 1 including playoffs 11-2-1 2 including playoffs 11-3-1 3 including playoffs 9-4 4 including playoffs 11-3 5 including playoffs 8-3 6 including playoffs 9-3 7 including playoffs 8-5 8 including playoffs 8-4 98 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .7 75-37.9 17-5.891 355-1.162 401-1. 1955: 2-6.1 12.5 39-19 88-793 65-35.278 748-3.1 175.993 2.064 1.9 15.6 3.5 186.7 6.6 389.1 4.4 359.254 692-3.7 13-11.0 13-6.3 5.769 582-2.9 4.0 56-19.348 11 .6 105-47-8 768 96.7 5.2 14-24.536 1.0 332.340 95 348-1.2 12-16.580 26 .0 236.1 4.3 5.4 4.956 824-3.9 28-31.186 749-4.319 402-1.8 39-10.8 270.6 5.336 415-1.2 2.8 332.1 61-34.694 2.4 187.2 5.1 20-14.0 12.7 215.557 16 17 18 14 12 6.809 767-4.3 15.9 148.3 3.3 39-15.530 .410 12 .0 160.4 18-10. KO Ret. 4th D.6 21 15 12 18 5.4 3.3 29-20.3 7.3 15.592 .628 .5 6.644 478-1.646 554-2.8 53-20.649 687-2.7 346.4 30-5.8 18 148-55-15 716 79.112 445-1. TD YPA YPC Total Offense YPG 4.137 1.580 .7 53-38.1 49-14.3 26-5.9 140.9 5.5 396.8 29-6.1 11-3.357 2.3 65-36.575 469-1.5 132.070 492-1.633 496-1.402 1.4 3.0 4.1 53-22.254 37-20 91-1.1 187.2 14.497 8 .2 3.7 73-14.310 1.547 745-3.062 1.4 348.2 228.3 18-11.4 25-11.9 5.2 7.1 3.5 192.282 751-3.0 137.4 5.8 185.2 295.446 11 .131 1.1 13.0 64-35.5 250.9 370.3 126. 1951: 3-5.929 697-2.1 7.8 3.3 5.8 59-38.3 423.6 16.4 55-35.8 12.8 4.4 383.6 .2 19-7.4 6.0 3.2 21-4.6 14.2 4.6 18-14.516 .315 485-1.7 239.201 2.0 214.632 2.8 16.587 .6 14-5.6 3.1 12.9 3.0 148.580 2.639 2.0 325.3 71-34.929 808-4.5 7.6 181.1 14.554 453-1.7 4.414 6 .552 479-1.7 5.5 3.0 23-15.0 4.4 152.0 4.517 16 .782 433-1.441 15 .6 4.8 11.8 34-21.562 .413 11 .9 33-12 92-879 51-39.583 .5 146.4 198.317 257.0 17-5.2 4.2 53-20.015 722-3.3 16.9 280.6 63-17.2 53-37.3 365.7 5.2 239.8 141.0 55-23.0 134-54-17 157-77-10 215-103-16 195-87-24 178-73-10 843 1.2 376.9 7.1 49-18.8 21-9 83-840 66-179 10-19 56-41.3 244.4 126.5 23-15 73-632 51-154 6-13 58-38. 1952: 0-9.6 254.213 833-3.3 3.0 299. 1949: 5-4.5 35-8.481 823-4.0 49-34.3 8.448 10 7.106 2.482 837-3.9 11.9 298.8 13.4 203.634 2.6 3.0 201.7 29-10.4 3.809 405-1.913 445-1.509 .484 11 .413 .6 29-11 31-14 30-14 24-12 28-12 32-15 18-12 28-13 35-15 26-13 76-590 96-886 83-728 86-764 70-705 99-858 54-402 81-720 69-606 80-666 53-163 57-171 45-143 55-158 66-165 70-152 48-142 6-21 58-162 13-24 49-173 15-24 .3 10 12 7 21 16 19 27-16.8 152.9 18-4.7 4.637 1.2 133.2 13.6 12.529 .3 12-11.9 .4 36-9.032 812-3.5 193.5 212.925 430-1.1 27-7.2 23-12 87-732 39-139 6-23 54-41.9 5.0 35-20.959 778-3.3 292.563 28 56-38.5 4.8 12-11.370 805-4.887 2.3 13.9 56-39.3 3.601 99 382-1.7 16.6 177.8 5.9 66-38.2 5.4 133.1 155.2 53-18.5 173.7 5.3 5.0 4.3 40-23.506 12 .3 6.571 14 .450 . 1950: 1-5-1.2 APP Punting Punt Ret.5 17-14.6 508-2.9 6.0 7.5 29-13 84-741 64-36.4 3.372 818-4.448 766-4.7 112.5 8-17.0 3.514 407-1.1 31 29-18 4.029 2.749 722-3.5 187.0 122.6 316.3 5.5 156. 1954: 3-5.7 17-5.232 1.9 28-4.4 17-1.348 452-1.3 187.7 3. Ret.426 12 .070 1.8 60-17.548 478-1.994 817-3.660 519-2.2 25-20.0 31-13.3 216.5 36-33.4 NA-14 22-9 14-10 14-10 20-8 31-18 25-17 33-22 25-9 32-24 NA-24 36-21 49-19 41-22 33-10 NA-330 NA-575 NA-481 NA-581 NA-593 73-759 65-635 82-844 69-745 79-877 NA-789 89-906 94-936 82-899 79-926 4. F-FL Penalties 3rd D.6 164.5 363.2 5.2 4.258 1.0 21-7.335 384-1.4 13.7 10-7.867 1.5 146.678 529-2.9 27-8.4 10.7 NA-2.9 287.2 168.2 3.486 12 .071 812-4.2 346.371 6 4.2 12.492 .6 5.9 5.441 .6 23-7 103-938 63-160 10-15 57-40.5 13.734 512-2.4 35-12.3 4.6 18-13.233 757-2.5 6.3 157.2 4.575 473-1.9 6.6 112.2 4.9 6.8 8.9 14.655 770-4.1 11.264 115 116 103 129 112 160 165 178 166 159 131 185 192 196 205 180 188 214 214 196 198 203 206 187 241 202 173 191 197 207 204 194 161 178 192 216 205 230 249 230 262 235 240 223 231 198 240 261 227 NA-1. Statistics not available for 1947-56 • Records for those years: 1947: 1-8.2 26-11.088 2. 1948: 2-4-2.487 9 .320 803-4.1 13-7.6 37-12.716 415-1.4 18 135-59-13 835 104.9 3.9 148.7 14.8 252.524 .9 .337 845-4.3 15.4 424.7 7.8 13.1 26-6.4 5.0 42-30.3 110.0 301.6 18-7.769 745-3.0 5.0 191.3 5.7 153.8 6.7 4.3 6.1 5.8 74-36.4 6.0 15.8 6.3 APC TD PA-PC-INT Yards PPG Pct.723 453-2.9 25-15.8 12.575 10 14 10 15 12 18 16 19 21 19 18 18 15 11 14 59-36.0 16-8 76-699 63-160 8-12 43-39.8 109.4 163.3 43-33.6 119.5 16 126-52-16 863 95.5 58-19.8 17-7.061 1.375 457-1.7 4.8 5.8 425.479 5 .524 12 .8 196.8 6.0 9-12.898 766-4.497 .121 770-3.4 5.4 37-9.438 9 .3 3.424 8 .699 485-2.3 114.2 3.520 .538 8 .4 397.7 4.7 3.833 770-3.3 5.219 592-2.2 5.3 4.8 240.813 791-4.526 1.6 53-33.9 25-3.4 .413 13 6.9 260-117-20 293-107-19 27 261-115-16 20 236-100-21 14 259-107-22 224-88-17 244-126-17 188-83-14 17 271-111-25 12 345-147-35 16 21 24 16 16 23 20 12 8 21 25 3 12 19 14 21 15 14 16 11 25 15 21 23 14 18 9 24 13 18 13 24 29 18 223-98-16 273-113-21 261-135-14 366-183-17 337-163-17 275-144-7 361-191-16 302-160-14 328-167-22 393-219-18 317-154-17 390-190-26 342-168-17 309-162-11 338-171-12 306-152-18 291-147-12 254-105-15 319-157-15 333-152-13 333-176-13 319-183-15 369-215-9 361-203-6 390-229-11 383-222-11 387-243-11 289-171-9 423-218-17 400-230-14 357-192-19 343-199-16 382-218-15 373-210-5 46-32 121-1.8 8-4.2 49-18.2 33-13.0 12.9 14.114 2.200 1.0 136.8 3.0 237.9 11.6 298.9 170.8 4.4 52-40.5 46-21.3 189.7 10.966 774-4.354 1.5 20-12.0 18-10.9 4.9 53-37.9 10.0 5-11.4 171.410 11 .5 214.7 14-3.2 23-7.6 25-12 35-17 17-10 21-11 20-11 101-898 102-954 74-755 99-841 86-707 64-165 73-165 64-164 57-167 61-154 16-22 4-13 13-21 11-23 11-18 .5 182.2 163.8 4.4 47-21.0 6.079 767-2.5 188.837 1.0 135.2 141.4 194.1 37-10.5 147.9 184.1 397.5 3.319 421-1.4 13.1 5.4 4.456 .5 234.5 44-20. 1953: 5-2.6 13.3 453-2.9 11.1 11.9 11-14.032 254.7 14.2 28-20. Int.4 4.977 738-3.033 498-1.6 54-17.029 26-13 96-988 37-22 81-812 52-25 64-655 2-4 0-5 2-3 0-6 3-3 0-4 5-1 3-2 3-3 1-2-1 5-1 1-4 5-1 4-0-1 5-1 3-1-1 6-0 2-3 4-3 2-2 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 3-3 3-2 3-2 5-0 4-2 5-1 5-1 3-3 5-1 5-0 3-1 1-4 4-1 1-5 4-1 2-2 3-1 3-1 2-3 0-5 1-5 2-4 3-3 4-1 2-3 1-4 1-4 2-3 1-5 4-3 2-4 0-6 1-4 65-38.6 5.7 120.8 15-21.687 580-2.2 547-2.144 509-2.3 210.4 5.5 4.1 7.2 31-15.4 4.6 18-9.2 22-11.579 791-3.8 82-36.1 76-35.5 60-37.

FB Kris Wigger. FS Dan Frantz. DE Jackie Conners. DT Justin Tutka. CB Brent Donnerberg. RB Mike McCarthy. CB Honorable Mention Jesse Levin. DT Hassan Probherbs. QB Chris Cain. WR Brandon Jones. WR Rashad Floyd. K Reynard Carrie. TE Jordan Senn. TE Stefon Kleinert. OL Charles Dunn. DT Antonio Narcisse. FB Kieshawn Lewis. WR Antonio Jackson. OG Ian Falconer. QB Terry Charles. WR Ryan Fuqua. DE Nick Swanegan. K Kurt Strauss. WR Matt Nelson. CB Academic All-Conference Juston Wood. DL Steve Jakubowski. DE Bobby Singh. WR Micah Jackson-Sattler. FS Kyle Faulk. DB Honorable Mention Brian Harris. DE Dan Fenton. RB Terry Charles. SS Academic All-Conference Jimmy Blanchard. DE Jesse Levin. OL Honorable Mention Derek Duff. FB Kieshawn Lewis. OG Saleem Muhammad. DT Joey King. FB 2nd team Mike Cajal-Willis. LB Joe Rubin. DE Michael Duncan. TE 2nd team Kenneth Mackins. LB Mike Stachowiak. C Jay Williams. while Blanchard was twice All-Big Sky and Academic All-Big Sky four times. ST Peter St. OL 2nd team Terry Charles. QB Derrick Brame. WR Joe Wiser. CB Antonio Narcisse. 2002 2001 1999 1st team Charles Dunn. DT Mitchell Fitzhugh. LB Antonio Jackson. OL 1st team John Andreas. DT Chris Cain. DE Cam Carrillo. QB Chris Cain. WR Joey King. WR 2nd team Art Williams. QB Brendan Ferrigno. WR DeAngelo Hunter. OL Mike Stachowiak. Albert Tuipulotu. RB Orshawante Bryant. LB Jordan Senn. K John Langridge. P Academic All-Conference Jimmy Blanchard. LB Honorable Mention Chris Cain. OL Dominic Dixon. WR Josh Simes. OL Darren Collins. DL Alano Ciliberto. C Tim Hester. RB Mike Cajal-Willis. LB Kenneth Mackins. OL Bryan Pfeifer. QB Chris Cain. C Allen Kennett. LB Dan Frantz. DE 1st team Chris Berg. WR Newcomer of the Year Ryan Fuqua. C Brad Ransom. QB Orshawante Bryant. KR Tim Hester. FS Kyle Faulk. P/K Steve Jakubowski. DT Jason Stark. WR Riley Hayes. FS Sawyer Smith. LB 2nd team Chris Berg. ST 2nd team Joey King. Dunn was a four-time All-Conference selection. WR Jim Craft. FS Steve Shinen. WR Academic All-Conference Jordan Allen. OT Saga Tuitele. FB James Monegan. QB Chris Cain. OL Juston Wood. DB Terrance Frederick. CB 2005 2004 2003 1st team Joey King. LB Jesse Brand. CB Nick Chenault. LB Matt Nelson. OG Tyson Parsons. WR 2nd team Adam Jones.BIG SKY CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS 1996 1st team Tom Matijacic. CB Agatupu Sagapolutele. DT Greg Owens. CB Dan Frantz. FS Cole Smith. OT Josh McVeigh. DT Sawyer Smith. SS Academic All-Conference Jimmy Blanchard. WR Andrew Dorsey. DT Honorable Mention Ryan Brown. DT Odell Jackson. DE Tino Retamoza. LB Rashad Floyd. TE Jordan Senn. QB Orshawante Bryant. DT Chuck Jones. RB Rashad Floyd. CB Allen Kennett. QB Two of PSU’s all-time greats. LB Greg Owens. DE 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 99 . C Nick Swanegan. QB 1st team Devan Kelley. DE Steve Morse. RB Josh Ratliff. They combined to win BSC Player of the Week honors eight times. LB Paul Bradford. SS Casey Tyler. OT Agatupu Sagapolutele. FB Saga Tuitele. C George Quijano. CB Honorable Mention John Andreas. WR Honorable Mention David Goodloe. LB Hassan Probherbs. OT Scott Casebeer. LB Dominic Dixon. TE Josh Simes. LB Reynard Carrie. DE Matthis Gehring. DT Brent Donnerberg. QB Anthony Williams. FB Charles Gilmore. CB 2nd team Jimmy Blanchard. DB Honorable Mention Sammy Aumavae. OL 2nd team Charles Dunn. FS Ryan Fuqua. FB John Andreas. CB Rene Sandoval. WR Brennen Carvalho. OL Juston Wood. OG Academic All-Conference Juston Wood. OL Peter St. RB Hashim Hall. DE Tom Matijacic. DT Academic All-Conference Jamal Abdullah. LB Academic All-Conference Oleg Lytchani. TE Honorable Mention Ryan Fuqua. DT Juston Wood. DT Charles Gilmore. FB Brad Ransom. OL 2000 1998 1st team Bobby Singh. ROV Kevin Hastin. K Honorable Mention Scott Casebeer. FS Micheal Dorsey. RB Scott Weaver. FB Academic All-Conference Jimmy Blanchard. OL Brendan Ferringo. OG Tino Retamoza. John. OL Antjuan Tolbert. WR Randy Lund. TE Ryan Fuqua. RB 1st team Juston Wood. John. DE Rashad Floyd. OL Jimmy Blanchard. SS Shaun Bodiford. RB Joe Rubin. QB 1st team Shaun Bodiford. OG. PR Ryan Friesen. QB 1997 Newcomer of the Year Charles Dunn. DE Tolo Tuitele. FB Jordan Senn. S Brian Warner. DL Steve Jakubowski. DL Neil Fendall. running back Charles Dunn (left) and quarterback Jimmy Blanchard (left) made regular appearances on the Big Sky Conference honor roll from 1997 to 2000. CB Academic All-Conference Michael Dorsey. RB Terrance Frederick. QB Joey King. RB 1st team Bobby Singh. WR Joey King. LB Terrance Frederick. OT Devan Kelley. QB Cole Smith. TE Kris Wigger. FB Joey King. DE Tom Matijacic. WR Charles Dunn. CB Matthis Gehring. OL Tony Curtis. RB Ryan Brown. CB Steve Jakubowski. WR Micah Jackson-Sattler.

2006

Defensive Player of the Year Adam Hayward, LB 1st team Adam Hayward, LB Brennen Carvalho, OL Bobby McClintock, FB Dominic Dixon, CB CJ Niusulu, DT 2nd team Kenneth Mackins, WR Peter St. John, OL Daren Heerspink, OL Matthis Gehring, DT Cole Smith, DE DJ Robinson, LB Kenneth Mackins ST Honorable Mention Tremayne Kirkland, WR Brendan Ferrigno, WR Derek Duff, C Sawyer Smith, QB Mu’Ammar Ali, RB Eric Azorr, K Kenneth Mackins, KR Jordan Senn, LB Odell Jackson, CB Charles Manigo, FS Micheal Dorsey, FS Academic All-Conference Micheal Dorsey, FS Adam Hayward, LB Matt Nelson, TE Benny Schenk, FS Jordan Senn, LB Cole Smith, DE Sawyer Smith, QB

2008

2nd team Andy Schantz, LB Deshawn Shead, CB Aaron Woods, KR Honorable Mention Aaron Woods, WR Mario D’Ambrosio, WR Moses Punzal, OL Bobby McClintock, FB Ryan Pedersen, LB Erik Pedersen, LB KJ McCrae, LB Academic All-Conference Jimmy Collins, QB Mike Corral, WR Jasper Croome, OL Tygue Howland, QB Drew Hubel, QB Reggie Jones, CB Bobby McClintock, FB Erik Pedersen, ILB Ryan Pedersen, OLB Rory Richards, ILB Lloyd Talakai, DT Cody Worthen, FS

2006 Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year Adam Hayward.

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2007

1st team Brennen Carvalho, C Tremayne Kirkland, WR 2nd team Daren Heerspink, OL Cole Smith, DE Olaniyi Sobomehin, FB Honorable Mention Kenneth Mackins, WR Jordan Senn, LB Micheal Dorsey, FS Philip Humphrey, D Casey Tyler, DE Andy Schantz, LB Ryan Pedersen, LB KJ McCrae, LB Logan Dose, ST Academic All-Conference Micheal Dorsey, FS Sam Gordon, LB Drew Hubel, QB Matt Nelson, LB Ryan Pedersen, LB Rory Richards, LB Jordan Senn, LB Cole Smith, DE

1st team Bobby McClintock, FB Zach Brown, K 2nd team Ryan Pedersen, OLB Honorable Mention Matt Leunen, OL Tyler Staley, C Moses Punzal, OL Aaron Woods, KR Erik Pedersen, ILB Ryan Rau, ILB Deshawn Shead, CB Cody Worthen, FS Nick Kalpin, ST Academic All-Conference Keitrell Anderson, WR Dominic David, FS Drew Hubel, QB Siasau Matagiese, DL Bobby McClintock, FB Evans Okotcha, RB Ryan Pedersen, OLB Rory Richards, TE Joel Sisler, OLB

BIG SKY CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONORS
1996 Matt O’Connor, Nov. 2 (offense) 1997 Charles Dunn, Oct. 4 (offense) Mike McCarthy, Oct. 11 (defense) Orshawante Bryant, Oct. 11 (special teams) Charles Gilmore, Oct. 25 (defense) 1998 Tom Matijacic, Oct. 3 (defense) Art Williams, Oct. 10 (offense) Dan Frantz, Oct. 17 (special teams) Hassan Probherbs, Oct. 24 (defense) Tyson Parsons, Oct. 31 (offense) 1999 Orshawante Bryant, Sept. 20 (special teams) Jimmy Blanchard, Oct. 4 (co-offense) Terry Charles, Oct. 4 (co-offense) Dan Frantz, Oct. 4 (special teams) Tino Retamoza, Oct. 18 (defense) 2000 Jimmy Blanchard, Sept. 4 (offense) Steve Morse, Sept. 11 (defense) Charles Dunn, Sept. 18 (offense) Rashad Floyd, Oct. 2 (defense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 2 (offense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 9 (offense) Jimmy Blanchard, Oct. 16 (offense) Charles Dunn, Nov. 18 (offense) Tino Retamoza, Nov. 18 (defense) 2001 Mike Cajal-Willis, Sept. 3 (special teams) Juston Wood, Oct. 1 (offense) Mike Cajal-Willis, Oct. 1 (special teams) Nick Chenault, Nov. 5 (defense) Ryan Fuqua, Nov. 12 (offense) Ryan Fuqua, Nov. 19 (offense) Terry Charles, Nov. 26 (offense) 2002 Tolo Tuitele, Sept. 16 (defense) Marcus Green, Oct. 5 (defense) Antonio Jackson, Oct. 5 (special teams) Ryan Fuqua, Oct. 12 (offense) Mike Cajal-Willis, Nov. 2 (special teams) 2003 Joey King, Sept. 4 (defense) Joe Wiser, Sept. 13 (offense) Jamal Abdullah, Sept. 13 (defense) Josh Ratliff, Oct. 18 (defense) 2004 Andrew Dorsey, Sept. 2 (defense) Chuck Jones, Oct. 9 (defense) Joe Wiser, Oct. 31 (offense) Chuck Jones, Nov. 20 (defense) 2005 Odell Jackson, Sept. 10 (defense) Dominic Dixon, Sept. 17 (defense) Shaun Bodiford, Sept. 17 (special teams) Joe Rubin, Sept. 24 (offense) Eric Azorr, Oct. 15 (special teams) Ryan Friesen, Oct. 22 (defense) Joey King, Nov. 12 (defense) Joe Rubin, Nov. 12 (offense) 2006 Adam Hayward, Sept. 4 (defense) Sawyer Smith, Sept. 11 (offense) Sawyer Smith, Oct. 16 (offense) Odell Jackson, Oct. 16 (defense) DJ Robinson, Oct. 23 (defense) Sawyer Smith, Nov. 6 (offense) Adam Hayward, Nov. 13 (defense) 2007 Brian White, Sept. 17 (offense) Jordan Senn, Sept. 17 (defense) Brian White, Oct. 1 (offense) Drew Hubel, Oct. 29 (offense) 2008 Bobby McClintock, Aug. 30 (offense) Drew Hubel, Oct. 4 (offense) Danny Urrego, Oct. 25 (special teams) Drew Hubel, Nov. 22 (offense) 2009 Zach Brown, Sept. 12 (special teams) Aaron Woods, Sept. 26 (special teams) Zach Brown, Oct. 10 (special teams)

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TEAM LEADERS
1998 Total Offense ___________________ 464.6 3rd Down Conversion Pct. _________ .436 First Downs _____________________ 23.3 1999 Punt Return Average _____________ 11.1 3rd-Down Conversion Pct. _________ .490 Field Goal Percentage ____________ .737 Average Time of Possession _______ 31:02 2000 Scoring Offense _________________ 35.6 Pass Efficiency_____________144.4 rating Fewest Sacks Allowed _____________ 16 3rd-Down Conversion Pct. _________ .447 2001 Pass Efficiency_____________150.1 rating 2002 Kickoff Return Average____________ 25.2 2003 Fewest Sacks Allowed _____________ 23 2004 Rushing Offense ________________ 204.4 Fewest Sacks Allowed _____________ 10 Red Zone Offense ____ 34/39 (31 TD, 3 FG) Scoring Defense _________________ 20.3 Rushing Defense________________ 111.6 Pass Efficiency Defense _____102.6 rating Total Defense __________________ 346.3 2005 Rushing Offense ________________ 195.3 Punt Return Average _____________ 12.7 4th-Down Conversion Pct. _________ .588 Fewest Sacks Allowed _____________ 10 2006 Turnover Margin __________________ +9 Pass Efficiency Defense ___________ 99.7 Sacks ___________________________ 30 4th-Down Defense _________ 6-23, 26.1% Red Zone Defense _________ 26-40, 65% 2007 Passing Offense ______ 360.9 (led nation) First Downs _____________________ 261 Opponent Penalties ______________ 85.3 2008 Passing Offense ______ 372.2 (led nation) Opponent Penalties ______________ 88.9 2001 Juston Wood Terry Charles Ryan Fuqua 2002 Ryan Fuqua Hashim Hall 2004 Ryan Fuqua Andrew Dorsey 2005 Joe Rubin Brendan Ferrigno 2006 Adam Hayward Passing Yards _____290.9 pg Total Offense ______291.9 pg Pass Efficiency__ 151.0 rating Receptions ________6.45 pg Receiving Yards _____99.6 pg All-Purpose Yards __181.2 pg Rushing Yards _____116.6 pg Kickoff Returns _____ 25.9 pr Rushing Yards _____102.1 pg Fumble Recoveries _______ 5 Rushing Yards _____154.7 pg Scoring __________ 9.3 ppg All-Purpose Yards __161.9 pg Punt Return Average 15.2 pr Fumbles Forced _________ 3

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

1998 Orshawante Bryant Receiving Yards _____99.3 pg Jimmy Blanchard Pass Efficiency_ 167.58 rating 1999 Terry Charles Rashad Floyd Dan Frantz 2000 Charles Dunn Receiving Yards ____106.5 pg Punt Returns ________ 9.9 pr Field Goals ____________14

2007 Tremayne Kirkland Receptions ________8.40 pg Danny Urrego Field Goal Pct. ____ .889 (8/9) 2008 Aaron Woods Deshawn Shead All-Purpose Yards ____ 178.9 Kick Return Average ___ 25.9 Interceptions ___________ 6

Rushing __________162.9 pg All-Purpose Yards __168.1 pg Scoring _________ 11.5 ppg Jimmy Blanchard Pass Efficiency__ 144.7 rating Orshawante Bryant Receiving Yards _____98.3 pg

NATIONAL HONORS
Honors and awards given by national outlets while at the NCAA I FCS level of competition

1979

Walter Payton Player of the Year Award Jimmy Blanchard, fifth in the balloting Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award Tim Walsh, fifth in the balloting

AFCA All-American Kurt Ivanoff, OT Stuart Gaussoin, WR

2000

1980

AFCA All-American Neil Lomax, QB

1998

AFCA All-American Bobby Singh, OL

1999

Associated Press All-American Terry Charles, WR, 3rd team GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-District Chris Cain, DE, 1st team GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American Chris Cain, DE, 2nd team ESPN/USA Today National Player of the Week Jimmy Blanchard, Oct. 4 (co-offense) Terry Charles, Oct. 4 (co-offense) Sports Network National Player of the Week Terry Charles, Oct. 4 (offense)

AFCA All-American Charles Dunn, RB, 1st team Associated Press All-American Charles Dunn, RB, 1st team) Rashad Floyd, CB, 2nd team Dan Frantz, P, 3rd team The Sports Network All-American Charles Dunn, RB, 2nd team Rashad Floyd, CB, 3rd team Dan Frantz, P, 3rd team Verizon Academic All-District 8 Chris Cain, DE, 1st team Verizon Academic All-American Chris Cain, DE, 1st team Hula Bowl Participant Charles Dunn, RB ESPN/USA Today National Player of the Week Steve Morse, Sept. 11 (defense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 9 (offense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 16 (offense) Sports Network National Player of the Week Rashad Floyd, Oct. 2 (defense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 9 (offense)

Teamlink/CFAA National Player of the Week Charles Dunn, Oct. 2 (offense) Charles Dunn, Oct. 9 (offense) Jimmy Blanchard, Oct. 16 (offense) Charles Dunn, Nov. 18 (offense) Walter Payton Player of the Year Award Charles Dunn, fourth in the balloting Jimmy Blanchard, twelfth in the balloting

2001

AFCA All-American Terry Charles, WR, 1st team Associated Press All-American Terry Charles, WR, 3rd team Ryan Fuqua, RB, 3rd team NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Juston Wood, QB Rotary Gridiron Classic Participant Terry Charles, WR Paradise Bowl Participant Brad Ransom, DT ESPN/USA Today National Player of the Week Ryan Fuqua, Nov. 12 (offense) Sports Network National Player of the Week Mike Cajal-Willis, Sept. 3 (special teams) Juston Wood, Oct. 1 (offense) Ryan Fuqua, Nov. 12 (offense) continued next page

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NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Juston Wood, QB East-West Shrine Game Participant Juston Wood, QB ESPN/USA Today National Player of the Week Ryan Fuqua, Sept. 16 (offense) Ryan Fuqua, Oct. 12 (offense)

2003

NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Joey King, LB CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Joey King, LB, 1st team ESPN/USA Today National Player of the Week Joey King, Sept. 4 (defense) Jamal Abdullah, Sept. 13 (defense) Joe Wiser, Sept. 13 (offense)

2004

NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Joey King, LB CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Joey King, LB, 1st team Mike Stachowiak, OL, 2nd team CoSIDA Academic All-American Joey King, LB, 2nd team Rotary Gridiron Classic Participant Tony Curtis, TE Hula Bowl Participant Tony Curtis, TE Las Vegas All-American Classic participant Ryan Fuqua, RB

2007 consensus 1st team All-American and Rimington Awar winner Brennen Carvalho.
Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-American Brennen Carvalho, OL, 2nd team Adam Hayward, LB, 3rd team Micheal Dorsey, FS, 3rd team Buck Buchanan Defensive Player of the Year Adam Hayward, fourth in the balloting Sports Network National Player of the Week Adam Hayward, Sept. 4 (defense) Adam Hayward, Nov. 13 (defense) NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Jordan Senn, LB CoSIDA Academic All-American Jordan Senn, LB, 2nd team CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Jordan Senn, LB, 1st team Cole Smith, DE, 1st team CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Jordan Senn, LB, 1st team Micheal Dorsey, FS, 1st team Cole Smith, DE, 2nd team Hula Bowl Participant Brennen Carvalho, C East Coast Bowl Participant Daren Heerspink, OT

2005

Associated Press All-American Joe Rubin, RB, 1st team The Sports Network All-American Joe Rubin, RB, 1st team Walter Camp All-American Joe Rubin, RB, 1st team Walter Payton Player of the Year Award Joe Rubin, eighth in the balloting Sports Network National Player of the Week Joe Rubin, Sept. 24 (offense) NCAA 1-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Joey King, LB CoSIDA Academic All-American Joey King, LB, 1st team CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Joey King, LB, 1st team Jordan Senn, FS, 1st team Cole Smith, DE, 1st team Las Vegas All-American Classic participant Joe Rubin, RB

2008

2007

2006

Associated Press All-American Brennen Carvalho, OL, 1st team Adam Hayward, LB, 1st team Sports Network All-American Adam Hayward, LB, 1st team Brennen Carvalho, OL, 2nd team Walter Camp All-American Brennen Carvalho, OL, 1st team College Sporting News All-American Adam Hayward, LB Brennen Carvalho, OL Dominic Dixon, CB

Associated Press All-American Brennen Carvalho, C, 1st team Tremayne Kirkland, WR, 3rd team Sports Network All-American Brennen Carvalho, C, 1st team Tremayne Kirkland, WR, 2nd team Jordan Senn, LB, honorable mention Olaniyi Sobomehin, FB, honorable mention Walter Camp All-American Brennen Carvalho, C, 1st team College Sporting News All-American Brennen Carvalho, C Rimington Trophy (top center at NCAA FCS level) Brennen Carvalho, C Sports Network National Player of the Week Drew Hubel, Oct. 29 (offense) NCAA 1 FCS Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Jordan Senn, LB CoSIDA Academic All-American Jordan Senn, LB, 2nd team

Sports Network National Player of the Week Drew Hubel, Oct. 4 (offense) Associated Press All-American Andy Schantz, ILB, 3rd team Sports Network All-American Andy Schantz, ILB, 2nd team College Sporting News Fabulous 50 Andy Schantz, ILB Buck Buchanan Defensive Player of the Year Andy Schantz, ILB, 10th in the balloting Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Challenge Andy Schantz, ILB

2009

Sports Network National Player of the Week Aaron Woods, Sept. 26 (special teams) (Note: PSU played at the 1-AA level from 1978 to 1980, from 1981 to 1995 was NCAA II, then rejoined 1-AA (FCS) and the Big Sky Conference in 1996. All NCAA II honors listed on page 120.)

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23 Sept. 17 25th Oct. Hillsboro Stadium and PGE Park were all PSU home fields Team ranking listed is highest available polls in a given week. 11 Sept. 13 15th Postseason 15th 2001 Preseason Sept. 20 Sports Network 21st 13th 15th 14th 15th 25th 23rd 21st 25th 23rd 21st 20th ESPN/USA Today unranked 24th 19th unranked CSN/Coaches 21st 15th 16th 14th 15th NR 23rd 19th NR 23rd 20th 19th CSN/Coaches 19 unranked CSN/Coaches CSN/Coaches 2003 Sports Network Preseason unranked Sept. 9 Sept. 9 2nd Oct. 17 unranked Oct. 30 Nov. 5-Oct. 2 Sept. 22 unranked 2007 Sports Network Sept. 4-Nov. 18 23rd Oct. NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS 1997 2005 1998 PSU 24 PSU 44 #20 PSU 16 #14 Eastern Washington 42 #9 Montana State 41 #5 Montana 37 #21 California (FBS) #4 Montana #25 Oregon (FBS) 42 26 55 1999 2006 #13 PSU 16 #14 PSU 20 #21 PSU 12 2007 #13 PSU 12 PSU 28 PSU 31 2008 PSU PSU PSU PSU 47 17 21 12 2000 #9 #5 #4 #2 #8 #15 #10 McNeese State 35 #21 Eastern Washington 21 #4 Montana 34 #11 Eastern Washington #18 Northern Arizona #13 Weber State #5 Montana #4 Montana #11 Weber State 36 37 31 29 49 36 2001 #16 PSU 29 #23 PSU 33 PSU 13 2002 PSU 0 #13 PSU 21 #14 PSU 27 PSU 44 PSU 14 PSU 20 2009 PSU 17 PSU 29 2003 * actual ranking not known Civic Stadium. 2 Oct. 8 unranked Oct. 25 Oct. 11 Nov. 4 Nov. 15 22nd Sept. 9 Oct. 22-Nov. 21 Oct. 19 unranked 2006 Sept. 25 5th Oct. 30 Oct. 3 18 Sept. 6 9th Nov. 23 Oct. 14 Oct. 18 Sports Network 17th 13th 10th 8th 9th 16th 14th 12th 13th 15th 13th 21st unranked 21st 25th unranked 25th ESPN/USA Today 17th No poll 14th 9th 9th 16th 12th 12th 13th 14th 13th 22nd unranked ESPN/USA Today unranked unranked 23rd unranked ESPN/USA Today unranked 25th unranked 2005 Sports Network Sept. 18 Sept. 23 8th Oct. 25 17th Nov. 19 unranked 2008 unranked 2009 unranked Sports Network Sports Network 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 103 . 8 13th Nov. 15-Nov. 4 20th Oct. 16 2nd Oct. 8 unranked Sept.NATIONAL RANKINGS Record against all FCS ranked teams: 14-24 • Home: 10-9 • Road: 4-15 Record against all Division I ranked teams: 14-28 • Home: 10-9 • Road: 4-19 Record as a ranked team against other ranked FCS teams: 6-7 • Home: 4-5 • Road: 2-2 1996 PSU 24 PSU 6 PSU 14 PSU 7 PSU 17 PSU 34 PSU 51 PSU 24 PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU 35 42 40 59 21 14 Northern Arizona* Montana* Eastern Washington* Montana* Montana* Montana State* #2 Montana #20 Northern Arizona #25 Sacramento State #17 Northern Arizona #19 Hofstra #25 Idaho State #4 Montana #2 Delaware #15 Grambling State #21 Northern Arizona #2 Montana #9 Oregon (FBS) #1 Montana #19 Idaho State #20 Nicholls State #12 Montana #24 Idaho State 38 63 31 37 20 31 48 40 23 10 35 21 33 49 30 30 33 41 24 24 37 42 30 L L L L L W W L W W W W L L L W L L L W W L L @ Civic Stadium @ Montana @ Civic Stadium @ Civic Stadium @ Montana @ Montana State @ Civic Stadium (ot) @ Northern Arizona @ Sacramento State @ Northern Arizona @ Hillsboro Stadium @ Hillsboro Stadium @ Hillsboro Stadium @ Delaware @ PGE Park @ PGE Park @ Montana @ Oregon @ PGE Park @ PGE Park @ PGE Park @ Montana @ Idaho State 2004 PSU PSU PSU PSU 17 35 24 35 #19 Fresno State (FBS) #12 McNeese State #25 Montana State #4 Montana 27 14 31 33 L W L W L W L L L L L W L W L L L L L @ Fresno State @ PGE Park @ Montana State (ot) @ PGE Park @ Eastern Washington @ PGE Park @ Montana @ California @ PGE Park @ Oregon @ McNeese State @ Eastern Washington @ Montana @ PGE Park @ Northern Arizona @ Weber State @ PGE Park @ Montana @ PGE Park PORTLAND STATE VS. 27 unranked Oct. 7 Oct. 6-20 unranked Sept. 16 Sept. 11 9th Sept. 26 unranked Postseason unranked 2002 Preseason Sept. PORTLAND STATE IN THE NATIONAL POLLS 1999 Sports Network Oct. 31-Nov. 28 Nov. 1 21st Oct. 24 Sports Network 18th 16th 17th 23rd ESPN/USA Today 21st 24th 23rd 19th 15th 14th 20th 20th ESPN/USA Today 21st 21st 12th 8th 8th 6th 3rd 3rd 9th 12th 10th 15th 15th ESPN/USA Today 17th 17th 16th 20th Oct. 11 unranked Oct. 2 4th Oct. 30 12th Nov. 17-Nov. 4 12th Sept. 18 5th Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Nov. 10 Sept. 1 15th Nov. 24 20th Oct. 15 21st Postseason 21st 2000 Sports Network Preseason 12th Sept. 24 unranked 2004 Sports Network Sept. 3 Sept. 13 Nov. 16 Oct.

Drew Hubel THE CHUCK WITHERS AWARD The Chuck Withers award is intended to honor those who have made a significant contribution to the Portland State University football program. Ted Leach Kelly Johnson. YEAR-BY-YEAR VIKING TEAM CAPTAINS 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 John Newell Jim Sandvig Bob Warner Gene Rider Cliff York Chuck Becker Dale Stewart Gordon Bigler Jack Knudsen Game-By-Game Chuck Withers. Don Zehrung Ron Sutton. Arthur Dickson Dave Stief. Tolo Tuitele Joe Wiser. Kris Wigger Deshawn Butler. Rich Lewis Dave Stavros. Dan Bolton John Urness. Dave Swanson Greg Evers. Bob Williams Bill White. Charles Gilmore John Andreas. Terry Charles. Ryan Wells. Withers was an inspirational leader and captain of the Vikings’ 1957 football team. Donnie Edwards. Nick Chenault Jamal Abdullah. Matt Lawrence Bryan Smith. Mouse Davis Earle A. Kevin Wolfolk. Neil Fendall. Jimmy Blanchard. Phil Oliver Dick Fink. John Urness Larry Sellers Al Giusti. Mark Crawford 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Brian Fish. Tracey Eaton. Rashad Floyd.SPECIAL HONORS ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1972 1977 1978 1999 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 Bill Dials John Urness John Urness Chris Cain. Val Thompson Ed Gorman. Burnell Harvin Game-by-Game Alan Boschma. Bill Turner Herm Winterholler Sam Roberts Mickey Gray Bob Grant. The award was created in memory of Chuck Withers by teammates Bob Gill and Gary Hamblet. Mike Lund None Dennis Ferguson 104 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . E. Brent Donnerberg Amad Robinson. Joe Rubin. Monty Button. 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Joseph Blumel. Mike Busch Neil Lomax. 1st team Jordan Senn. Dick Marlow Larry Adamson. Tom DeSylvia. Mitch Messina Ahtagi Atagi. Brennen Carvalho Andy Schantz. Regan Hyde Roland Aumueller. Roy Malensky Tom Oberg. 1st team Joey King. Jason Stark John Andreas. Marcus Green. Ron Granderson Juston Wood. Jordan Senn Jordan Senn. 2nd team Jordan Senn. Stott Dr. Tom Calkins Phil Oliver. John Charles. Rene Sandoval Tom Matijacic. Josh Simes. Scott Lindsay. Antonio Narcisse. Mark Colville Randy Nordlof Sue Remy Jerry Nudelman Ralph Davis. Randy Nelson Tim Von Dulm. Brian Warner. Orshawante Bryant. Charles Carlbom. Bobby Singh. They also earned AllConference honors for their performances on the field and were leaders in tackles. Jerry Lyons Tony Leineweber Dick Fink Bryan Smith Bob and Rick Curl Frank Brandt Kip Miles Bob and Jane Morrow Gary and Colleen Jondahl Mick and Darlene Brady Rick McReynolds. Saga Tuitele. Gery Weber Ron Simonson. Peter W. Kris Wigger. Tolo Tuitele. Josh Ratliff. Bobby Singh. 2nd team Chris Cain. Neil Fendall. Neil Lomax Tom Oberg Lee Ragsdale John Hinds. June Jones Al Giusti. Chris Crawford Roger Edgington. Chiles. Rick Cartasegna Robin Pflugrad. Rashad Floyd. Terry Newsom Jack and Deane Garrison. Don Read Roy Love Cap Hedges Norm Daniels Pokey Allen. Brett Rodarte Chris Crawford. Dean Anderson Joe Fulop. Charles Herring. Gery Weber Bill White. Jay Williams. Brad Ransom. Oscar Hicks Bill Matos. 2nd team Troy Wayrynen (2) as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Linebackers Joey King (24) and Jordan Senn were both two-time Academic All-Americans at Portland State. Jerry Nudelman Ron Schiff Bubby Cronin. Ken McGinnity June Jones. Juston Wood. John Gentry. Kyle Allen. Brian Harris. Roy Malensky Larry Adamson. Terrance Frederick. Ron Seawell Fred Nordgren. Jr. James Fuller Paul Still. Tom Matijacic. Joey King Sawyer Smith. Shaun Bodiford. Jimmy Blanchard. Allen Kennett. Alano Ciliberto Alano Ciliberto. Rick Cruz Matt James. Doug Mikolas Steve Lyle. Joe Wiser. 2nd team Joey King. Shawn Smith Chris Crawford. Sammy Aumuvae Brett McDonald. Jordan Senn. Orshawante Bryant. Bill Taylor Larry Stevenson Scott Saxton.

Cole Smith Micheal Dorsey Drew Hubel Drew Hubel MOST VALUABLE LINEBACKER 2007 2008 Jordan Senn Andy Schantz MOST VALUABLE DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Sammy Aumavae Mike McCarthy Josh Simes Chris Cain DeAngelo Hunter Brad Ransom Stefon Kleinert. John Brennen Carvalho Brennen Carvalho Moses Punzal Tyler Staley Quarterback John Charles was a two-time team Offensive MVP in 1991-92 as well as Western Football Conference Offensive MVP. Reynard Carrie Nick Swanegan Tolo Tuitele Joey King Dominic Dixon. Shaun Bodiford Adam Hayward Tremayne Kirkland Andy Schantz Aaron Woods Tim Von Dulm Tim Von Dulm Mike Heyer Mike Heyer Larry Stevenson John Mills June Jones Scott Saxton June Jones Dave Stief John Urness Neil Lomax Neil Lomax Matt Lawrence Ahtagi Atagi Ahtagi Atagi Bryan Smith Jeff Bettinelli Steve Lyle Steve Lyle Terry Summerfield Brian Coushay Chris Crawford Chris Crawford Darren Del’Andrae Curtis Delgardo John Charles John Charles Bill Matos Darick Holmes Steve Papin Neil Fendall Tom Matijacic Charles Dunn Jimmy Blanchard Charles Dunn Terry Charles Juston Wood DEFENSE Gene Davis Joe Yraguen Duncan Vuksich Darrell Dominick Phil Oliver Harry Holmes Tommy Cole Bill Taylor Charles Herring Charles Herring Arthur Dickson Tony Mims Ron Seawell Ron Seawell Fred Nordgren Mitch Messina Mitch Messina Mark Crawford Doug Mikolas Scott Fish Brett Rodarte Tracey Eaton Ina Talalemotu Tim Upshaw James Fuller James Fuller Oscar Hicks Rick Cruz Sam Peoples Sammy Burroughs Jason Hefley MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE BACK 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Brian Warner Charles Dunn Orshawante Bryant Charles Dunn Orshawante Bryant/Jimmy Blanchard Juston Wood Ryan Fuqua/Juston Wood Ryan Brown Joe Wiser Allen Kennett Sawyer Smith. Agatupu Sagapolutele Chuck Jones Ryan Friesen MOST INSPIRATIONAL 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 Dean Hostetter Chuck Becker Gene Rider Kirby Hall Chuck Withers Chuck Withers Pat Curtis 1966 Most Valuable Player Ed Gorman 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 105 . Philip Humphrey. DJ Robinson Casey Tyler. 2006 2007 2008 2009 Matthis Gehring.TEAM AWARD WINNERS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Andy Berkis Andy Berkis Larry Adamson Ed Gorman OFFENSE Ed Gorman Lorny Andersen 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Josh Ratliff Chris Berg. Allen Kennett Joe Rubin. Agatupu Sagapolutele Chris Berg. Jesse Brand Rashad Floyd Rashad Floyd Mitchell Fitzhugh Brent Donnerberg. Cole Smith Travis Beckley. Joe Ma’aseia Jermaine Jacobs SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 Jerry Sittser Jack Reverman Darrold Farr Gerald Maurer Bill Hargadine Gene Hedrick Ward Sayles Mickey Gray Lee Wells MOST VALUABLE DEFENSIVE BACK 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Paul Bradford Terrance Frederick Tom Matijacic. Hassan Probherbs. John Andreas Adam Jones. Riley Hayes Devan Kelley Micah Jackson-Sattler Micah Jackson-Sattler Peter St. Odell Jackson Micheal Dorsey DeShawn Shead DeShawn Shead MIKE SCHRUNK AWARD (Scholar-Athlete) 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Chris Cain Chris Cain Steve Jakubowski Juston Wood Juston Wood Joey King Joey King Joey King Jordan Senn. Bobby McClintock Olaniyi Sobomehin Bobby McClintock Bobby McClintock MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Josh Lind Rene Sandoval Bobby Singh Saga Tuitele Saga Tuitele.

Jeff Wallace Tim Upshaw Terry Welch Vince Barrett Matt James John Gentry Jeff Bockert Kyle Holley. Don Bailey Rais Aho.R. 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Bob Grant Dave Roberts Bob Grant Gery Weber Gery Weber Andy Berkis Bob Peets Larry Adamson Tom Oberg Tom Calkins Randy Nelson Phil Oliver Harry Holmes Elmer Hall Tommy Cole Ken McGinnity Ken McGinnity Mel DeLaura Dave Stief John Urness Steve Calhoun Larry Hill Kurt Wilmarth Doug Mikolas Mark Crawford Brian Fish Regan Hyde Chris Crawford Steve Mick. Ben Buchanan Bob Gitsham Alano Cilberto Scott Casebeer Charles Gilmore Art Williams Terry Charles Cam Carrillo. Bob Boyer Rick Allender. Monty Button Ryan Wells. Sam Peoples Bryan Pfeifer none selected Chris Dittman Ryan Wells Ryan Wells. Kurt Simmons Curtis Delgardo Bob Boyer Don Bailey Tom Pulliam Rais Aho Greg Lupfer Jason Hefley Samuelu Aumavae. Greg Lupfer Matt Roberts. Saga Tuitele. Kelly Johnson Brian Warner Brett McDonald Donnie Edwards Dan Fenton Kris Wigger John Langridge Hashim Hall. Rashad Floyd (award became outstanding scout team players) SCOUT TEAM AWARD 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 OFFENSE Ron Perry Luke Hosack Neil Zellick Erik Selden Joe Rubin Brendan Ferrigno Kenneth Mackins Keith Best Matt Smith Travis Gowan Connor Kavanaugh Matt Orthmann Hank Taylor Matt Orthmann DEFENSE Matt Zosel Marcus Green J. Arthur Dickson Randy Skaggs Matt Reid Eric Ell Neil Lomax Fred Nordgren Kenny Johnson Rance McDougald Brian Fish. Brent Donnerberg Ryan Wells Joe Rubin. Dan Frantz Hashim Hall Hashim Hall Erik Selden DJ Robinson. Ryan Pedersen Landan Laurusaitis Manuel Rojas 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Steve Lyle Kurt Green. David Etherly Tommie Johnson. Scott Lindsay Ken Sloy Brett Rodarte Terry Fasel Shawn Smith Dave Swanson Matt Weaving Bill Westerholm Mike Palomino Jason Roehm Jason Roehm Bryan Pfeifer. was Team Captain and Most Inspirational in 1967.2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Jay Williams Mike Stachowiak Jamal Abdullah DJ Robinson Andy Schantz Tracy Ford Tracy Ford MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1965 1966 1967 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Defensive Back Tom Oberg. Mike Peterson Don Finkbonner Dave Eder. Jordan Senn Kenneth Mackins Kenneth Mackins Logan Dose Josh Nakamoto Nick Kalpin 106 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Neil Fendall Jesse Brand Jimmy Craft Jerit Carpenter. Jamal Abdullah Joey King Dominic Dixon Derek Duff Micheal Dorsey Jordan Brown. Tracey Eaton Monte Schmidt Tim Corrigan. Justin Tutka Lanny Bennett Bruce Cripe Bruce Janes Clarke Wright Bob Mickles Dave Stavros Ron Daily Cleotha Dowdy Mike Gardner Byron Chambers Dexter Morrison Dave Orchard Doug Rabe Doug Wright Kenny Johnson Tim Reeves Mark Crawford Kevin Olson Steve Jones Brian Gregoire Kevin Johnson. Orshawante Bryant. Jake Gallop Charles Dunn. Barry Naone Corey Beyerlin. Desmond Isom Jeff Bockert. Moala Jason Threefoot Dustin Hummell Joey King Ryan Friesen Jordan Senn Branden Brooks Josh Evans Jake Fetzer Deshawn Shead Dallas Kelley Daniel Kinney MOST VALUABLE FRESHMAN 2007 2008 OFFENSE Drew Hubel Dustin Waldron DEFENSE Michael Wightman Cody Worthen SPECIAL TEAMS AWARD 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Dan Withers Tom Dearborn Lorny Andersen Rich Lewis Dave Sass Marlan Wallace Darrell Beane Gene Woodard. the first Viking to play in the NFL.

273 .333 .477 4 7 11 3 40 14 6 30 42 7 49 8 7 41 17 58 1 0 0 0 4 0 . . Tim Walsh 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 107 .708 .292 . In 1996.488 .500 . 5 2 2 3 1 2 Conference# W L T 5 2 3 4 3 7 10 6 5 7 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Pct.517 . # Portland State competed in the NAIA Oregon Collegiate Conference from 1950-1964.267 .429 .323 .250 .000 Hugh Smithwick 1959-61 All-Time PSU Record NCAA FCS Record 312 328 10 109 102 * Don Read’s combined career record at Portland State was 39-52-1 in nine seasons.261 .636 . 8 2 2 3 1 5 4 3 6 5 7 14 3 63 14 Career W L 19 4 6 6 4 21 20 9 42 19 63 90 9 74 43 11 11 17 4 24 19 24 24 33 26 68 24 81 T 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Pct. All other years.365 . PSU played as an independent program.375 .811 .467 .506 . Portland State joined the Big Sky Conference.364 . PSU was in the NCAA II Western Football Conference from 1982-1992.572 .513 .458 Mouse Davis Yrs.PORTLAND STATE COACHING RECORDS VIKING HEAD FOOTBALL COACHES 1947-54: 19-43-3 Joe Holland 1955-56: 4-11 Ralph Davis 1957-58: 6-11 Les Leggatt Hugh Smithwick 1959-61: 6-17-2 Tom DeSylvia 1962: 4-4 1963-67: 21-24-1 Jerry Lyons 1968-71. .353 .750 1.273 . 1981-85: 39-52-1 Don Read Ron Stratten 1972-74: 9-24 1975-80: 42-24 Mouse Davis 1986-92: 63-26-2 Pokey Allen 1993-2006: 90-68 Tim Walsh Jerry Glanville 2007-09: 9-24 CAREER COACHING RECORDS Coach Joe Holland Ralph Davis Les Leggatt Tom DeSylvia Jerry Lyons Don Read* Ron Stratten Mouse Davis Don Read* Pokey Allen Tim Walsh Jerry Glanville Years 1947-54 1955-56 1957-58 1962 1963-67 1968-71 1972-74 1975-80 1981-85 1986-92 1993-2006 2007-09 Yrs.

passing offense. PSU becomes NCAA II Independent NCAA II quarterfinalist NCAA II quarterfinalist PSU moves to NCAA 1 FCS level level. Don Read returns for second stint as Head Coach PSU joins the Western Football Conference PSU wins first of six WFC football titles. passing offense PSU leads the nation in total offense.000 season tickets . Pokey Allen named WFC Coach of the Year and AFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year NCAA II semifinalist. PSU leads nation in passing PSU leads the nation in passing offense 108 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . final career record 90-68 PSU beats FBS New Mexico. passing offense PSU leads the nation in total offense.YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Season League Coach W-L-T W-L-T Joe Holland (19-43-3) 1-8 Joe Holland 1-5-2 Joe Holland 5-4 Joe Holland 1-5-1 0-2-1 Joe Holland 3-5 1-2 Joe Holland 0-9 0-3 Joe Holland 5-2 2-1 Joe Holland 3-5 2-2 Ralph Davis (4-11-1) 2-6 1-3 Ralph Davis 2-5-1 1-3 Les Leggatt (6-11) 2-6 1-3 Les Leggatt 4-5 2-2 Hugh Smithwick (6-17-2)1-8 1-3 Hugh Smithwick 2-4-2 1-2-1 Hugh Smithwick 3-5 2-2 Tom DeSylvia (4-4) 4-4 3-1 Jerry Lyons (21-24-1) 6-2 4-0 Jerry Lyons 4-4-1 3-0-1 Jerry Lyons 3-6 Jerry Lyons 4-6 Jerry Lyons 4-6 Don Read (20-19) 4-6 Don Read 6-4 Don Read 6-4 Don Read 4-5 Ron Stratten (9-24) 3-8 Ron Stratten 1-10 Ron Stratten 5-6 Mouse Davis (42-24) 8-3 Mouse Davis 8-3 Mouse Davis 7-4 Mouse Davis 5-6 Mouse Davis 6-5 Mouse Davis 8-3 Don Read (19-33-1) 2-9 Don Read 2-9 0-4 Don Read 3-7 1-2 Don Read 8-3 3-0 Don Read 4-5-1 2-2-1 Pokey Allen (63-36-2) 6-5 4-2 Pokey Allen 11-2-1 4-1-1 11-3-1 9-4 6-5 11-3 9-4 8-3 9-3 8-5 3-8 4-7 5-6 8-3 8-4 7-4 6-5 4-7 7-4 6-5 7-4 3-8 4-7 2-9 6-0 4-1 2-3 5-0 3-1 Place HIGHLIGHTS AND MILESTONES Vanport College fields first football team First winning record Joined Oregon Collegiate Conference t4th 4th 3rd 4th 3rd 3rd 1st t1st School becomes Portland State College. joins Big Sky Conference 1-7 3-5 4-4 6-2 5-3 5-2 3-4 1-6 4-3 4-3 6-2 3-5 3-5 1-7 8th 7th t4th t2nd t2nd t2nd t4th 7th t3rd t3rd t2nd t6th t6th t7th First winning record since moving back to NCAA 1 FCS level NCAA I first round. Pokey Allen named WFC Coach of the Year and AFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year PSU is national runnerup for second straight year. passing offense. Pokey Allen named WFC Coach of the Year NCAA II first round.the most at the Division I level. scoring PSU leads the nation in total offense. WFC disbands. passing offense PSU moves to NCAA 1-AA. Pokey Allen named WFC Coach of the Year and AFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year NCAA II quarterfinalist NCAA II semifinalist. 17-6 PSU sells more than 4. scoring PSU leads the nation in total offense. school record wins (11). becomes national runnerup. 45-20). scoring PSU returns to NCAA II level. PSU defeats a FBS program for the first time (Hawai’i. school record wins (11). a four-year institution Oregon Collegiate Conference Champions Oregon Collegiate Conference co-Champions PSC becomes NCAA College Division Independent (Division II) PSU has first back-to-back winning seasons 5th t3rd 1st 3rd t2nd 1st 1st 1st t3rd 1st 1st PSU leads the nation in total offense. school record wins (11). passing offense. leads the nation in total offense. Read named AFCA Region 5 Coach of the Year 1988 Pokey Allen 1989 Pokey Allen 1990 Pokey Allen 1991 Pokey Allen 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Pokey Allen Tim Walsh (90-68) Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Tim Walsh Jerry Glanville (9-24) Jerry Glanville Jerry Glanville PSU makes first NCAA II playoff appearance. Vikings make first NCAA 1-AA playoff appearance Tim Walsh becomes winningest coach in PSU history.

23 Idaho State _______ 21-22 4-6 1967: 4-6 W-L 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 5-2 6-2 1968: 4-6 Home: 2-3 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score W-L L S.21 Lewis and Clark ___ 26-37 W S.6 Oregon College* ___ 21-6 W O.9 Simon Fraser______ 47-16 3-6 W N.15 Oregon College* ___ 24-6 1-3-1 T O.11 at Linfield ________ 19-55 W N.21 at Oregon College* 24-26 W O.19 at E.7 Linfield ___________ 0-31 3-4-1 W N.16 Oregon College* ___ 13-0 L Oregon Tech* _____ 18-54 W Eastern Oregon* __ 27-13 W Los Angeles CC _____ 20-0 L Lower Columbia CC 13-19 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-3 Home: 0-5 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score L S.22 Oregon Tech _______ 56-0 2-4 W O.22 at Lewis and Clark _ 20-64 W S.26 W.3 Oregon Tech* ______ 7-20 L O. Washington __ 36-27 3-4 L N.28 at Eastern Oregon* _ 27-7 L N.1 at Southern Oregon* 6-20 L O.5 Eastern Oregon* ___ 38-0 W O.11 at Weber State ____ 21-40 4-4 L N.6 at Oregon Tech _____ 18-7 3-4 L N.18 Western Washington 13-7 1966: 4-6 W-L 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 1951: 3-5 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-3 Opponent Score T Linfield ____________ 0-0 L Central Washington _ 6-23 W Oregon Tech* _____ 39-14 L O.10 Southern Oregon* __ 7-12 W O.13 at Weber State _____ 6-74 3-5 L N.17 at Puget Sound ___ 14-26 W-L 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 W-L 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 1963: 6-2 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 0-3 Opponent Score L Grays Harbor ______ 0-38 L Oregon Tech* ______ 0-54 L Lower Columbia CC_ 0-41 L Eastern Oregon* ___ 6-18 L O.7 Whitworth ________ 0-66 L N.12 at Oregon Tech* ____ 26-7 W O.20 Oregon Tech* ______ 23-0 L N.24 at Lewis and Clark __ 7-14 0-2 L O. Martin’s _____________ 7-14 0-8 Sand Point NAS _________ 36-7 1-8 1953: 5-2 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 2-1 Opponent Score W Grays Harbor _____ 26-14 W Olympic CC_______ 25-21 W Eastern Oregon* __ 32-20 W Oregon Tech* _____ 14-12 L O.2 at Southern Oregon*19-32 L O.25 Eastern Oregon* __ 34-14 3-3 L N.23 at Montana State ___ 7-52 1-1 L S.14 at Westminster ____ 13-14 1964: 4-4-1 W-L 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 3-0-1 Home: 3-2 • Road: 1-2-1 Opponent Score W-L L S.1 at Montana ________ 0-10 0-3 L O.21 British Columbia____ 61-0 3-3 W O.18 Lewis and Clark ____ 0-13 L S.17 at Oregon College* _ 10-0 L O.28 Pacific ___________ 18-25 L O.10 Linfield ___________ 0-39 L N.26 Southern Oregon* _ 19-14 W N.14 at W.29 at C.13 at Eastern Oregon* __ 2-0 W O.9 Linfield __________ 12-35 L N. Washington ___ 2-13 1-3 W O.16 at Southern Oregon 13-6 4-6 home sites incomplete prior to 1958 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 109 .17 Montana State _____ 7-50 0-1 L S.28 at Montana ________ 0-58 0-3 L O.11 at Southern Oregon*14-21 2-2 L O.3 Oregon Tech* ______ 21-6 1-2 L O. Washington ____ 27-20 2-5 L N.19 at Oregon College* _ 6-31 W O.12 Southern Oregon* ___ 6-7 L O.12 Weber State ______ 12-28 0-5 W O.7 Oregon Tech* ______ 13-7 L O.31 at Eastern Oregon* _ 41-6 3-3-1 L N.8 at Whitworth ______ 6-26 3-5 W N.16 Lewis and Clark ____ 0-14 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 3-1 Home: 3-1 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score L S.2 at San Fernando ___ 20-62 2-6 W N.19 at Lewis and Clark _ 13-32 0-1 L S.5 at Linfield ________ 13-40 2-4-2 1965: 3-6 Home: 2-2 • Road: 1-4 Opponent Score W-L L S.7 at Oregon College* _ 0-27 W Lower Columbia CC _ 19-6 1959: 1-8 W-L 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 4-2 5-2 1954: 3-5 1948: 1-5-2 Opponent Score W Portland JV _____________ 12-0 L Lewis and Clark _________ 0-19 L Lower Columbia JC ______ 0-19 L Humboldt State _________ 7-13 T Oregon Tech_____________ 0-0 T Oregon College ________ 13-13 L Oregon Frosh ___________ 6-20 L Northern Idaho _________ 6-18 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-3-1 1-3-2 1-4-2 1-5-2 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 2-2 Opponent Score L Linfield ___________ 7-12 L O. Washington __ 21-16 2-3 W O.28 at Pacific __________ 27-7 W O.3 at Southern Oregon*26-41 L N.26 Eastern Oregon* ___ 13-0 W N.8 at British Columbia _ 0-13 0-4 W O.31 Southern Oregon ___ 0-12 L N.1 Linfield ___________ 7-34 3-4 L N.25 Lewis and Clark ____ 0-22 0-1 W O.16 at W. Washington __ 19-18 1-5 W O.29 British Columbia___ 14-13 W O.15 Westminster ______ 18-14 4-5 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 4-0 Home: 3-1 • Road: 3-1 Opponent Score L S.26 Pacific ____________ 7-20 0-2 W O.5 Oregon Tech* ______ 0-14 L O.30 at Linfield _________ 0-24 1-2 L O.10 at British Columbia _ 7-13 1-3 T O.23 Lewis and Clark ____ 6-39 L S.12 Weber State _______ 6-51 3-5 W N.23 British Columbia____ 12-6 2-3 L O. Lawton_________ 0-34 L Lower Columbia JC _ 0-26 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 1957: 2-6 1952: 0-9 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-3 Opponent Score L S.14 Southern Oregon* _ 19-39 L O.20 Oregon College* ____ 0-6 L Eastern Oregon* ___ 6-14 W Pacific ___________ 33-14 L Lewis and Clark ___ 19-46 W-L 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-4-1 2-4-1 2-5-1 1962: 4-4 Home: 2-3 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score W-L L S.27 Pacific ___________ 20-19 1-1 W O.9 Southern Oregon ___ 20-8 1-2 L O.19 at Southern Oregon 20-10 4-5 L N.22 Eastern Oregon* ____ 6-6 1-3-2 W O.17 at Southern Oregon*21-21 1-3-1 W O. 10 Oregon College* ___ 0-14 1-4-1 L Olympic JC _________ 0-7 1-5-1 1956: 2-5-1 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 2-2 Home: 2-2 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score L S.YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES VANPORT COLLEGE ERA 1947: 1-8 L L L L L L L L W Opponent Score W-L Pacific _________________ 0-48 0-1 Portland JV _____________ 7-18 0-2 Lower Columbia JC _______ 0-7 0-3 Oregon College _________ 0-13 0-4 Northern Idaho _________ 0-25 0-5 Oregon State Frosh ______ 7-20 0-6 Everett JC ______________ 0-26 0-7 St.9 at Linfield _________ 7-17 W N.28 Central Washington _ 13-6 4-3 L N.18 Montana __________ 7-55 4-5 L N.24 Puget Sound _____ 13-13 0-1-1 L O.15 W.1 at Oregon Tech* ___ 14-19 0-2-1 L O.19 at Oregon College* _ 7-42 W Wenatchee JC______ 57-0 W Portland Air Base __ 41-20 L Ft.21 Weber State ______ 18-10 4-4-1 W-L 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 2-4 3-4 3-5 1960: 2-4-2 PORTLAND STATE ERA 1955: 2-6 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-3 Opponent Score W Linfield __________ 20-13 L Pacific ____________ 7-14 L O.16 Southern Oregon _ 36-13 1-0 L S.20 at Lewis and Clark __ 7-12 0-1 W S.14 at Idaho State _____ 30-52 0-1 L S.8 at Oregon College* 14-36 L Humboldt State ___ 13-48 L Seattle Ramblers __ 12-27 W Oregon Tech* _____ 18-14 L Eastern Oregon* __ 20-26 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 1949: 5-4 W L L W W W W L L Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-2-1 Home: 2-0-2 • Road: 0-4 Opponent Score W-L L S.25 Oregon College* ___ 7-40 L N.18 Oregon College* ___ 7-22 2-3 W O.29 Nevada ___________ 19-7 2-3-2 L N.13 at Southern Oregon* 6-13 L O.25 Montana __________ 7-33 3-6 Opponent Score W-L Wenatchee JC __________ 46-7 1-0 Oregon College ________ 13-25 1-1 Grays Harbor JC ________ 13-26 1-2 Oregon Tech____________ 33-7 2-2 Clark JC_______________ 21-16 3-2 Olympic JC _____________ 38-7 4-2 Tongue Point Navy ______ 36-7 5-2 Oregon Frosh ___________ 0-20 5-3 Everett JC ______________ 6-12 5-4 1961: 3-5 1950: 1-5-1 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 0-2-1 Opponent Score W-L W Lower Columbia JC _ 13-0 1-0 L Clark JC ___________ 0-13 1-1 L Eastern Oregon* ___ 6-31 1-2 L Lewis and Clark ____ 0-38 1-3 T Oregon Tech* _____ 13-13 1-3-1 L N.24 Idaho State ________ 7-12 4-6 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 1-2 Opponent Score W Eastern Oregon* __ 25-21 L Oregon Tech* ______ 7-27 L Compton JC _______ 7-37 L O.24 Oregon College* __ 27-12 2-3-1 W O.18 at Sacramento State__ 6-7 0-1 L S.2 at Oregon College* 32-13 L N.4 at Oregon Tech (forfeit)*21-31 2-1 L O.17 at Lewis and Clark __ 7-40 0-1 T S.30 at Idaho State ______ 7-27 2-4 W N.7 Sacramento State__ 21-23 1-3 W O.24 at Eastern Oregon* __ 0-7 L O. Washington ____ 40-13 1-4 W O.21 Montana State _____ 6-17 0-2 L S.1 at Southern Oregon _ 7-28 L Clark CC __________ 0-20 L Clark CC __________ 0-13 L Olympic CC_______ 12-40 1958: 4-5 W-L 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 Oregon Collegiate Conference: 2-2 Home: 3-2 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score W-L L S.2 British Columbia___ 33-13 L N.26 Linfield ___________ 0-34 L O.5 Fresno State ______ 14-30 0-4 L O.9 Lewis and Clark ___ 19-44 W O.8 at Southern Oregon*20-39 0-3-1 W O.31 at Pacific __________ 0-40 L N.16 Seattle Ramblers __ 31-13 Home: 3-3 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score W-L W S.30 at Nevada ________ 20-41 W O.

10 at Eastern Montana __ 13-35 1.20 Eastern Montana _____ 87-6 4. W-L L S.17 Humboldt State ______ 6-17 900 1-9 L N.711 3-4 4.600 0-1 W S.401 3-0 W O.500 6-2 L N.6 North Dakota _______ 28-14 11.103 1-1 W O.3 Humboldt State _____ 54-31 3.381 2-0 L S.000 6-4 1970: 6-4 Home: 4-0 • Road: 2-4 Opponent Score Att.249 1-2 L O.30 at Idaho State _______ 6-51 L O.24 at Idaho (Pullman.200 0-2 1.1 Idaho State _________ 23-46 5.500 1-0 L O.092 2-4 2.11 at British Columbia ___ 35-3 1.16 Hawaii ____________ 13-38 W S.233 1-2 4.8 at Puget Sound _____ 34-44 4.30 Sacramento State ____ 63-7 L O.8 Northern Arizona____ 21-22 8.035 4-0 W O.15 at Weber State ______ 16-13 10.22 at Fresno State ______ 22-28 6. W-L W S.13 at Central Washington 12-30 2.5 Puget Sound ________ 63-9 3.395 2-5 W N.21 at Eastern Washington 34-0 500 6-4 1971: 4-5 Home: 3-2 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score Att.23 Simon Fraser ________ 21-3 2.16 Central Washington___ 49-0 Att.22 at Hawaii __________ 12-21 29.652 3-6 1.6 Nevada-Reno ________ 0-59 1.000 2-2 W O.500 1-1 7. W-L L S.28 at Nevada-Reno _____ 14-19 W O.20 Linfield ____________ 26-21 7.19 Montana State ______ 56-35 5.401 4-1 L O.952 1-0 W S.23 at Linfield ____________ 6-0 L S.12 at Santa Clara _______ 26-27 W O.25 at Central Washington 24-17 1.210 2-4 1.700 4-2 L O.000 1-1 L O. W-L L S.409 0-3 L O.100 0-1 W S.829 0-2 L S. WA)16-17 6.062 3-8 Home: 5-0 • Road: 0-6 Opponent Score L S.18 at Central Washington 28-16 3.986 3-5 7.6 Idaho State__________ 0-37 3.041 2-1 W O.7 at Nevada-Reno _____ 13-27 W O.872 5-4 W N.11 Eastern Montana ____ 28-26 L N.000 1-3 3.000 2-1 W S.631 3-1 W O.22 Linfield ____________ 3-19 2.20 Montana ___________ 29-0 11.875 5-6 Home: 5-1 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score Att. W-L 5.27 Eastern Washington ___ 35-0 6.8 at Montana ________ 16-33 5.500 1-6 L N.7 at Cal Poly-SLO______ 20-56 L O.347 4-2 W O.003 0-4 L O. W-L W S.19 at Simon Fraser _____ 12-21 5.24 at Montana ________ 25-40 6.000 2-4 2.23 at Idaho State ______ 13-27 W S.4 at Cal State Northridge27-42 W N.129 5-1 L O.9 at Northern Arizona _ 14-42 W S.2 at Santa Clara _______ 28-31 8.600 5-4 W N.274 5-4 W N.3 at San Francisco State 37-10 1. W-L 12.11 Santa Clara _________ 42-29 7.18 Eastern Washington _ 54-21 7.236 2-2 6.500 1-3 3.330 5-2 W O.546 0-2 L S.15 Southern Oregon _____ 54-7 3.500 1-2 3.1 Idaho State__________ 47-0 5.18 South Dakota State __ 42-21 Att. W-L L S.725 2-3 L O.17 at Montana ________ 40-32 3.025 2-3 3.9 at Western Washington _ 9-5 W N.500 3-6 800 4-6 2.15 at Simon Fraser ______ 0-13 2.399 6-3 L N.472 5-6 1976: 8-3 1973: 1-10 Home: 1-5 • Road: 0-5 Opponent Score Att.500 2-3 2.27 Cal Poly-SLO ________ 42-45 4.372 6-5 1974: 5-6 Home: 3-2 • Road: 2-4 Opponent Score L S.29 Humboldt State _____ 29-30 8.500 3-6 2.13 at Montana State _____ 22-6 6.769 2-6 1.652 5-2 L N.890 8-3 110 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .15 at Chico State________ 27-7 3.11 San Francisco State __ 35-21 W N.17 Central Washington__ 38-31 6.017 7-2 L N.976 3-3 L O.13 Nevada-Reno ________ 37-0 5.500 1-0 W S.30 at Puget Sound ______ 7-26 3.23 at US International __ 22-28 1.28 Puget Sound _______ 10-39 L N.100 5-0 L O.16 Montana __________ 27-16 L S.16 at Hawaii __________ 17-20 18.23 Humboldt State _____ 56-20 7.5 at Puget Sound _____ 45-25 L O.100 6-4 W N.27 at Idaho State ______ 33-59 8.20 at Northern Colorado 20-21 6.312 7-3 W N.27 at Eastern Washington _ 0-3 1.976 7-3 W N.000 0-1 L S.500 3-1 W O.14 at UC-Davis ________ 21-50 W S.22 Weber State _________ 75-0 6.499 2-0 W S.15 UC-Davis __________ 32-21 3.082 4-6 3.2 at Idaho State ______ 16-24 W N.18 Simon Fraser ________ 44-7 6.500 3-5 4.7 at Idaho State _______ 6-37 8.097 3-4 W N.400 4-4 W N.382 0-1 W S.27 at Eastern Washington 51-0 2.8 Delaware State _____ 105-0 4.333 2-3 5.559 2-0 W S.185 7-4 1977: 7-4 1980: 8-3 Home: 7-0 • Road: 1-3 Opponent Score Att.2 at Montana State _____ 8-23 7.16 Nevada-Reno ________ 7-21 3.8 Central Washington___ 53-6 5.100 0-3 W O.592 2-3 W O.042 2-1 L O.356 4-4 W N.367 8-3 1979: 6-5 Home: 3-3 • Road: 3-2 Opponent Score Att.037 1-1 L S.3 Idaho State_________ 13-21 897 1-7 L N.28 at Puget Sound _____ 21-34 L N.13 Eastern Washington __ 13-6 1. W-L 3.20 Montana __________ 36-29 2.873 1-2 W O.000 5-3 W N.772 6-3 W N.19 Simon Fraser ________ 14-6 L O.21 Simon Fraser _______ 48-30 L O.4 Southern Oregon ____ 58-7 3.000 4-4 W N.684 1-3 W O.15 South Dakota State __ 48-17 4.10 Cal Poly-SLO ________ 22-29 9.9 at Weber State ______ 26-54 12.14 at Southern Oregon __ 24-0 1.17 at Weber State ______ 22-40 8.26 Puget Sound ________ 21-9 4.509 8-3 1978: 5-6 1972: 3-8 Home: 1-6 • Road: 2-2 Opponent Score L S.604 1-1 3.23 Central Washington__ 17-32 Att.283 3-3 L O.500 4-1 W O.4 at Idaho ___________ 27-37 13.25 Montana ___________ 14-49 13.24 Puget Sound ________ 7-54 789 1-10 Home: 6-0 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score Att.7 Montana State _______ 8-29 L S.949 3-4 W O.18 Santa Clara __________ 8-36 L N.12 at Simon Fraser _____ 55-13 3.100 3-1 W O. Talbott led the Vikings in rushing that season.514 0-1 2.18 at Hawaii ___________ 7-24 20.31 at Simon Fraser _____ 21-17 3. W-L W S.500 0-5 W O.20 at Central Washington_ 37-3 2.20 Western Washington _ 24-12 820 1-5 L O.30 Oregon College _____ 44-14 9.580 1-3 W O.567 0-1 L S.733 4-5 Viking fullback Joe Talbott runs in 13-6 win over Central Washington in a 1967 game at Civic Stadium.500 7-3 W N.11 Chico State__________ 50-3 7.152 5-2 L N.854 1-2 4.395 3-0 L O.500 1-1 W S.21 Eastern Washington __ 7-14 L O.860 4-2 W O.052 3-2 L O.532 1-0 W S.14 at Humboldt State ___ 27-41 W O.336 0-1 5.13 Cal State Northridge _ 34-21 4.6 Puget Sound _______ 72-35 4.637 3-4 4.157 5-2 W O.10 Weber State ________ 46-14 3.13 at Nevada-Reno _____ 22-35 6.1969: 6-4 Home: 3-2 • Road: 3-2 Opponent Score Att.500 5-3 W N.10 Idaho State_________ 44-14 3.100 6-3 W N.695 4-1 L O.200 1-8 L N.1 at NW Louisiana _____ 21-40 7.22 Puget Sound _______ 31-27 3.814 5-1 L N.9 at Idaho State ______ 26-14 8.200 4-3 L N.296 3-5 W N.210 2-5 1.917 3-7 1.25 Montana __________ 50-49 16. 1975: 8-3 Home: 5-0 • Road: 3-3 Opponent Score Att. W-L L S.14 at Western Washington 10-7 L O.21 Eastern Washington _ 56-18 L S.491 6-2 W N.4 Boise State __________ 7-33 W N.6 at Montana State ____ 34-35 5.26 Montana __________ 14-24 L N.31 at Montana ________ 25-31 12.434 6-4 L N.11 at Puget Sound _____ 37-14 5.25 Cal Poly-Pomona _____ 93-7 6.29 at Boise State ________ 7-64 12. W-L W S.500 2-4 L N.432 0-1 5.6 at Puget Sound _____ 29-25 5.29 Oregon College _____ 34-22 3.200 3-2 W O.484 2-2 W O.

757 0-6 L O. W-L WFC W S.351 9-4 ASCN: Action Sports Cable Network CSTV: College Sports Television FSN: Fox Sports Net TFN: The Football Network VV: VikingVision C14: Comcast 14/SportsWest UPN: Portland network affiliate KRCW: Portland network affiliate CSN: Comcast SportsNet 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 111 .727 0-5 L O.084 9.561 0-2 W S. 7.10 vs.163 3.29 at Sacramento State* _43-29 W N.095 0-2 L S.13 at UNLV ____________14-51 12. W-L L S.25 at Cal Lutheran*_______28-7 2.24 at Montana _________19-35 9.885 7.16 at Santa Clara* _______20-20 W N.641 1-9 W N.650 2-2 W S.000 6.3 Texas A&I ___________35-27 L D.17 Northern Arizona_____10-34 3.513 W-L WFC 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 0-1 3-4 1-1 3-5 1-2 3-5-11-2-1 4-5-12-2-1 Western Football Conference: 4-1 Home: 7-1 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score W S.210 10-2-1 21.11 Santa Clara* _________21-26 L S.10 Idaho State___________9-28 2.942 6.12 at Cal Poly-SLO* _______7-16 1.359 10.034 1-1 L S.887 11.410 0-9 W N.18 at Sacramento State* _20-51 6.853 2-3 L O.29 Cal State Northridge* _31-13 1.19 Eastern Washington ____0-6 1.065 10.13 Cal Poly-SLO* _________29-0 3.897 13.431 6.315 10.7 at Santa Clara* ________41-0 W N.079 11-2-1 6.1 Santa Clara* __________42-0 W O.082 4.23 at Texas A&I _________12-31 W S.831 11.341 7-3 2-0 W N.31 at Cal Poly-SLO_______12-41 4.069 8.12 Montana ____________21-0 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.155 16.042 1-2 L O.763 11-3-1 1989: 9-4 1985: 4-5-1 Western Football Conference: 2-2-1 Home: 3-3 • Road: 1-2-1 Opponent Score W S.29 at Humboldt State _____30-7 1.11 Shippensburg (PA)_____31-3 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.11 Southern Utah* ______41-17 8.390 2.21 at Southern Utah* ____26-36 W O.500 0-1 L S.12 vs.300 1.31 at Cal Poly-SLO* _______31-7 W N.15 at Cal State Northridge* 0-34 4.1981: 2-9 Home: 2-4 • Road: 0-5 Opponent Score Att.14 Cal State Northridge __17-13 1.10 at Idaho State _______24-24 W O.5 at Cal Lutheran*_______49-0 W N.000 2.642 2.4 Western Illinois _______14-7 W N.5 at North Dakota ______10-17 10.5 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 33-7 W S.14 Montana ___________16-17 3.15 Humboldt State ______44-26 1.23 at Puget Sound _______6-24 W O.28 Mankato State _______27-21 W D.021 5.023 3.350 3-2 W O.456 2.5 at Weber State _______13-37 7.119 6.013 3.847 3-4 1-1 L N.15 at Cal State Northridge*45-13 W O.14 Cal State Northridge* _38-22 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N. 9.648 8.500 3-3 1-1 W O.16 at Montana _________21-30 L S.3 Humboldt State ______50-14 T O.14 Idaho State__________10-23 L S.4 Humboldt State ______27-16 4.733 13.853 1-3 W O.808 6-5 THE VIKINGS ON TELEVISION (games televised live in the Portland area) All-Time: 14-19 • Home: 8-6 • Road: 6-13 1996 24 6 1997 7 1998 30 13 1999 48 49 2000 45 35 42 2001 29 33 17 13 52 2002 31 23 21 2003 20 14 14 2004 31 2005 14 14 28 24 2006 12 Northern Arizona at Montana Montana 38 63 37 FSN FSN FSN FSN FSN FSN FSN VV VV VV ASCN ASCN FSN FSN ASCN ASCN ASCN ACSN CSTV CSTV TFN C14 UPN C14 C14 C14 KRCW CSN CSN FSN CSN FSN CSN 1982: 2-9 Western Football Conference: 0-4 Home: 2-3 • Road: 0-6 Opponent Score L S.570 2-9 1986: 6-5 Western Football Conference: 4-2 Home: 5-1 • Road: 1-4 Opponent Score Att.673 1.10 at Idaho ____________18-27 W S.24 at Montana __________3-33 8.2 Cal Poly-SLO* _________0-22 L O.517 0-8 L O.780 6-3 4-1 L N.325 6.535 4.22 at Santa Clara* ________6-29 4.106 6-4 4-2 L N.30 Simon Fraser ________28-21 W N.1 South Dakota State ___17-14 4.500 1-1 L S.21 at Weber State _______24-45 W S.575 6.18 West Chester (PA) (3ot) 56-50 L N.22 Weber State _________27-24 2.8 Indiana (PA) _________20-17 W O.319 4-2 W O.9 Idaho ______________29-20 L S. Troy State ________17-31 1987: 11-2-1 at Eastern Washington 27 Northern Arizona 23 Eastern Washington Montana State at Hawai’i at Sacramento State at Northern Arizona Grambling State Northern Arizona at Idaho State at Montana Sacramento State Stephen F.850 3-7 Western Football Conference: 6-0 Home: 7-1 • Road: 4-1-1 Opponent Score W S.795 11-1-1 10.450 8.24 Cal Lutheran* _________40-7 W O.841 0-4 L O.13 at Cal Poly-Pomona* ___0-17 L N.24 Texas A&I ___________22-29 W O.7 at Cal Poly-SLO* ______55-26 W O.147 3.28 at Montana _________21-16 L O.286 3.28 Sacramento State* ___42-19 W N.8 at Idaho ____________14-49 10.26 at Southern Utah* _____38-6 W O.792 3-6 1-2 L N.5 Idaho ______________17-51 L O.30 at Santa Clara* _______27-17 W O.102 0-1 W S.660 11-2-1 1984: 8-3 Western Football Conference: 3-0 Home: 5-1 • Road: 3-2 Opponent Score Att.6 at Sacramento State __38-21 5.302 14.9 at Cal Poly-SLO* ______21-34 T N.773 9-2-1 13.1 Cal Poly-SLO* _________66-7 3.8 Santa Clara* _________41-14 4.934 W-L WFC 0-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-0 1-2-1 2-2-1 2-0 3-2-1 4-2-1 3-0 5-2-1 4-0 6-2-1 5-0 7-2-1 6-0 8-2-1 9.207 2. 4.590 5.263 8.350 10.753 1-0 L S.22 Montana ___________14-35 4.26 Jacksonville State (AL) _20-13 W D.500 2. Austin North Carolina A&T Montana Sacramento State at Montana Montana State at Sacramento State at Oregon State at UC Davis Sacramento State at Eastern Washington at Oregon at Montana at UC Davis at Washington State at Montana State at Oregon State at Montana 39 28 20 23 10 30 30 23 33 33 23 20 24 7 42 25 0 41 12 12 42 55 34 38 48 49 34 49 Att.26 at Weber State _______16-31 16.035 1-2 W S.18 at Idaho State _______14-38 L S.797 5-3 W O.27 Weber State _________27-22 3.23 Cal State Northridge* _61-24 Att.17 at Cal State Northridge* 14-3 617 8-3 3-0 Western Football Conference: 6-0 Home: 8-1 • Road: 3-2-1 Opponent Score T S.7 Montana State _______46-28 L S.252 2-4 0-1 W O.723 812 9.910 4-3 2-1 W N.6 Montana ___________35-28 L N.136 9. 5 Northern Michigan ____13-7 L D. W-L WFC L S.600 2.12 Sacramento State* ___14-26 W N.200 0-1 L S.556 1.10 Santa Clara* __________27-6 3.818 7.929 W-L WFC 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 1-0 4-1 4-1-1 5-1-1 2-0 6-1-1 3-0 7-1-1 4-0 8-1-1 5-0 9-1-1 6-0 19.12 at Montana __________20-3 L S.3 Idaho _______________9-56 3.21 Western Washington ___49-0 1.212 3-2 1-0 L O. 3.14 Cal State Northridge* _33-17 L O.27 Wisconsin-Stout ______28-3 3.20 at Montana State _____22-45 10.10 Oregon State ________14-51 26.3 at Eastern Washington 31-31 L S.122 0-3 L S.643 3-5 L N.2 Cal Lutheran* ________27-20 L N.141 700 W-L WFC 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-2 0-5 0-6 0-7 1-7 2-7 2-8 0-3 2-9 0-4 1983: 3-7 Western Football Conference: 1-2 Home: 3-3 • Road: 0-4 Opponent Score Att.225 2.19 Idaho ______________10-17 W S.20 at Cal State Northridge*28-31 Att.17 Cal Poly-SLO* _________21-3 L S.467 5-2 1-0 L O.17 Sacramento State ____25-16 2.19 Bowie State (MD) _____34-17 W N.8 Idaho ______________16-17 3.6 at Idaho ____________10-42 8.22 Southern Utah* ______52-24 W O.363 10-1-1 17.25 at Idaho _____________0-56 L O.9 at Eastern Washington _0-36 L O. North Dakota State 21-35 1988: 11-3-1 Att.823 2-2 W O.19 at Utah ______________0-46 24.395 9-3 15.2 Cameron ___________35-21 W S.175 2.277 W-L WFC 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 1-0 4-2 2-0 5-2 3-0 5-3 3-1 6-3 4-1 7-3 8-3 2007 31 2008 24 9 32 2009 7 17 9.233 6-3 W N.234 1-2 W O.16 Weber State __________6-20 L O.17 Sacramento State* ____24-0 W O.25 Indiana (PA) __________0-17 Att. W-L WFC L S.100 10.12 Puget Sound ________17-21 4.157 0-7 L O.489 5-3 3-1 W N. 3.

14 Sonoma State ________25-7 L S.6 at Idaho _____________0-46 L S.2 North Alabama ______32-44 L O.8 at Western Kentucky __49-14 W O.813 6.23 American International _45-7 W O. Washington* (ot) _30-27 L S.587 14.300 8.12 at E.804 12.030 15.6 at Southern Utah _____24-14 W N.000 8-5 1992: 9-4 1996: 3-8 Western Football Conference: 3-1 Home: 7-2 • Road: 2-2 Opponent Score W S.674 11.29 at Sacramento State* _41-24 L O.131 12.18 East Texas State ______56-35 L N.3 at Pacific ____________35-41 W N.24 at Boise State ________51-26 L O.043 10.800 12.336 8-3 12.811 2.6 at Cal State Northridge*18-19 L O.687 15.1 at Sacramento State* _27-13 L N.28 at Boise State ________14-49 W N.857 9.221 1.5 at Cal State Northridge*14-46 W O.14 Missouri Southern ____56-38 L S.2 Mankato State _______42-10 L S.861 18.730 2.17 at Montana State* ____34-31 W O.111 7.445 7.350 1.000 8.106 3. 11.036 11-3 Home: 6-1 • Road: 2-4 Opponent Score W S.505 6.717 7.3 at Montana*_________17-20 W O.17 Minnesota-Duluth ____35-21 L S.083 7.22 Cal Poly-SLO* ________23-36 W S.9 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-40 L S.412 7.25 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-30 Att.925 12.653 8.996 W-L WFC 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 1-0 4-2 5-2 6-2 2-0 7-2 3-0 8-2 4-0 9-2 5-0 9.23 Northern Colorado ___28-21 W N.27 Eastern Washington __13-21 L N.109 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 4.222 8.264 8.510 8.669 8-4 9.30 Cal Poly-SLO _________21-17 W N.21 UC-Davis ___________42-28 W N.3 at Oregon___________16-58 W S.7 Mankato State ________7-10 W S.589 10.492 12.14 Cal Poly-SLO* ________45-31 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.160 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 BSC 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 * Highest scoring regulation game in NCAA history .12 at Eastern Washington 35-23 W O.23 at Eastern Washington _14-7 W S.114 12.19 at Boise State ________24-42 L S.18 at Texas A&M-Kingsville22-17 L O.all divisions 112 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .7 at Cal State Northridge*35-10 W N.216 13.10 at Angelo State ______35-10 W S.12 Southern Utah _______48-16 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.4 Arkansas-Monticello __56-20 W N.7 UC-Davis ___________40-13 L O.16 at Nebraska-Kearney __24-14 W O.10 Sacramento State* ___58-31 W O.9 at Montana*__________6-63 L N.7 at Boise State ________22-33 W S.5 Calgary ______________55-0 W S.194 4.961 7.30 at Fresno State ________7-35 L S.20 at Western Illinois ____30-27 L O.137 4.18 at Weber State* _______7-16 W O.10 Southern Utah* ______35-19 1994: 9-3 Att. Year 14 Fresno State 30 1968 22 at Fresno State 28 1969 13 Hawai’i 38 1972 7 at Hawai’i 24 1975 17 at Hawai’i 20 1976 12 at Hawai’i 21 1977 0 at Utah 46 1981 14 Oregon State 51 1983 14 at UNLV 51 1986 16 at Oregon 58 1994 22 at Boise State 33 1996 7 at Fresno State 35 1997 0 at Idaho 46 1997 24 at Boise State 42 1998 6 at Fresno State 34 1999 45 at Hawai’i 20 2000 0 at Oregon (#9) 41 2002 16 at Fresno State 42 2003 17 at Fresno State (#19) 27 2004 14 at Oregon State 41 2005 14 at Boise State 21 2005 17 at New Mexico 6 2006 16 at California (#22) 42 2006 12 at Oregon (#25) 55 2006 17 at San Diego State 52 2007 9 at Washington State 48 2008 7 at Oregon State 34 2009 BSC 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 1-5 1-6 1-7 4.128 7.14 Northern Arizona* ____13-23 L N.8 Montana* ____________7-37 L N. 31.15 Texas A&I ____________14-9 L S.19 Texas A&I ___________43-44 L S.672 11.30 at Sacramento State __54-16 W O.653 7.500 11.31 at Sacramento State* _28-35 W N. 14.16 Idaho State* _________12-31 Att.3 Southern Utah* ______35-18 W O.167 2.064 10.275 11-2 17.238 W-L 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 Big Sky Conference: 3-5 Home: 3-2 • Road: 1-5 Opponent Score L A.229 9.28 Texas A&I ___________35-30 L D. 10.140 15.798 14.19 St.480 14.24 Texas A&M-Kingsville _20-34 W O.731 5.957 10.2 Sacramento State* ___38-31 L N.16 Angelo State _________29-0 L N. 6 Pittsburg State _______21-53 1995: 8-5 Att.387 5.750 3.105 W-L 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 3-7 3-8 HIGHEST SCORING GAMES IN PORTLAND STATE HISTORY Portland State 105 Delaware State 93 Cal Poly-Ponoma 87 Eastern Montana 75 Weber State 72 Puget Sound 68 Weber State 66 Cal Poly 65 Weber State 63 Sacramento State 63 Puget Sound 62 St.917 11.12 Eastern Washington __24-21 L S.512 4.31 Cal Poly ____________41-34 L N.225 8.300 10.180 9-4 1997: 4-7 1993: 8-3 Home: 5-2 • Road: 3-1 Opponent Score W S.11 Sonoma State ________52-0 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.27 at Northern Arizona* __21-56 W O.888 10-2 14.733 1.15 at Idaho State* _______24-26 Att.055 6.127 18.28 Sonoma State ________30-6 W O.730 11.083 11.128 8.1 Slippery Rock _________30-0 W S.014 7.032 22.689 13.21 at Northeast Louisiana 27-43 Att.124 12.000 9-3 1991: 11-3 Western Football Conference: 5-0 Home: 7-2 • Road: 4-1 Opponent Score L S.21 Western New Mexico _55-21 L O.16 Edinboro ____________7-26 W S. NCAA I FBS COMPETITION All-Time: 2-25 • Home: 0-3 • Road: 2-22 PSU Opp.296 18.11 Idaho State___________21-7 W S. 30.21 at Texas A&I _________14-35 W S.26 at Montana State* _____6-24 W N.1990: 6-5 Western Football Conference: 2-3 Home: 4-3 • Road: 2-2 Opponent Score W S.30 Mankato State _______37-27 L D.098 1.632 11. Francis ___________62-28 W O.21 Northern Arizona* ____24-38 L S.781 4.19 Weber State* ________10-35 L O.016 W-L 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 VIKINGS VS.4 Angelo State _________45-7 W S.26 at Santa Clara* _______20-18 W N.925 8-3 Big Sky Conference: 4-4 Home: 3-2 • Road: 2-4 Opponent Score W S. 5.5 Pittsburg State _______38-41 Att.400 22.463 3.2 Sacramento State* ___35-19 W N.8 Iowa Wesleyan ________40-3 W S.22 Sacramento State ____47-28 W O.14 at McNeese State _____13-27 W O.1 Eastern Washington __31-21 W O.9 Cal State Northridge* _38-13 W N.587 10. 19.5 at Southern Utah* ____33-30 W O. 13.760 7.4 Cal State Northridge* _26-13 W O.16 at Cal Poly-SLO* ______55-35 NCAA II PLAYOFFS W N.486 9-2 11. 13.228 W-L 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 BSC 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 1998: 5-6 7.23 at Texas A&M-Kingsville16-21 Att.25 Montana State* _______44-0 W N.751 5.20 Texas A&M-Kingsville _15-50 Att.12 UC Davis____________32-27 L O.24 Weber State* ________34-27 W O.11 Saint Mary’s _________35-21 L O.738 8.273 W-L WFC 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 0-1 4-1 1-1 4-2 1-2 4-3 1-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 6-5 2-3 Home: 6-1 • Road: 3-2 Opponent Score L S.007 12.13 Central Arkansas _____45-31 NCAA II PLAYOFFS L N.15 Nebraska-Kearney _____51-3 W O.657 9-3 13.10 Nebraska-Kearney _____44-0 W O.120 3.13 Santa Clara* _________26-28 W O.20 Eastern Washington*__14-31 L S. Northridge* _28-32 L N.934 3.26 Idaho State* _________41-43 L O. Francis (IN) 61 Cal State Northridge 61 British Columbia Opponents 6 Weber State 68 Weber State 0 Whitworth 20 Lewis & Clark 6 Montana 7 Boise State 20 Cal State Northridge 0 Nevada-Reno 33 Idaho State 0 Montana 16 Oregon 0 7 6 0 35 73 7 43 7 9 28 24 0 74 73 66 64 63 62 62 59 59 58 58 1980 1980 1976 1980 1979 2007* 1986 2001 1978 1977 1991 1985 1967 1966 2007* 1959 1962 1996 1973 1968 1973 1980 1968 1994 7.101 11.019 17.214 5.9 at Eastern Washington 21-38 W O.888 6.26 at Sonoma State _____27-37 W O.29 at Idaho State _______38-21 W N.337 3.701 12.016 W-L WFC 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 1-0 4-2 5-2 5-3 1-1 6-3 2-1 7-3 3-1 Big Sky Conference: 1-7 Home: 3-3 • Road: 0-5 Opponent Score L S.143 10.28 at Eastern Washington* 7-24 L O.7 at Cal St.500 9.136 4.227 8.

28 at Northern Arizona* __10-14 W O.037 3.21 at Oregon____________0-41 L S.074 10. 7.1 at Idaho State* _______20-30 L N.9 at Weber State* ______14-20 L N.10 Montana State* ______36-50 W N.489 5.24 Sacramento State* ___52-33 3.051 L O.824 6.20 Weber State* ________65-43 7.250 4.733 5.17 Northern Arizona* ____23-44 L O.022 8.25 at Idaho State* _______52-13 5.662 6.679 7.107 23. L S.3 at Montana*_________31-34 L N. W S.19 at Montana*_________17-49 L S.071 12.464 L O.23 at Weber State* ______20-10 L S.16 at Montana State* (ot)_24-31 L O.681 W N.231 9.29 at Montana*_________16-37 L N. 1998: PSU 30.5 at Oregon State _______7-34 W S.8 UC Davis____________17-26 W S.967 13.026 W-L 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 BSC 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 2005: 6-5 2001: 7-4 Big Sky Conference: 5-2 Home: 5-1 • Road: 2-3 Final National Ranking: 25th (Coaches Poll) Opponent Score Att.5 at Idaho State* _______34-36 W N. compiling a 90-68 career record.14 at Idaho State* _______34-41 # game played at Seattle’s Qwest Field Att. 8.22 Northern Arizona* _____45-0 L O.13 at Idaho State* _______17-23 7.1999: 8-3 Big Sky Conference: 6-2 Home: 5-0 • Road: 3-3 Final National Ranking: 21st/20th Opponent Score Att. @ PSU 20 .16 at Sacramento State* _35-23 11.371 5.22 at San Diego State ____17-52 W S. 16.786 2. 41.836 7.763 12.25 at Montana*_________14-42 L N.4 at Stephen F.832 39.11 at Northern Arizona* __17-37 W O.344 8.413 4.2 Eastern Washington*__21-41 W O.18 Sacramento State* ____20-7 L O.4 at Montana State* ____31-24 5.925 8.31 Stephen F.959 4.1 ot 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 113 .171 W S.493 5.213.000 W S.26 Montana* ___________21-24 W N.27 Weber State* ________68-73 L N.1 at Weber State* ______21-31 L N.188 2003: 4-7 Troy Wayrynen W-L 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 BSC 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 6-2 Big Sky Conference: 1-6 Home: 3-3 • Road: 1-4 Opponent Score W S.22 Grambling State _____29-30 16.143 W-L 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 4-7 BSC 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 Att.28 at Oregon___________12-55 W N.437 7.6 Idaho State* _________42-21 W N.14 North Carolina A&T (ot) 23-20 L S.410 W-L 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 BSC 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 2009: 2-9 2007: 3-8 Big Sky Conference: 3-5 Home: 1-4 • Road: 2-4 Opponent Score L S. 2002: North Carolina A&T 23.29 at Eastern Washington* 28-21 L O.879 L O.945 W-L 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 BSC 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 Big Sky Conference: 4-3 Home: 5-1 • Road: 2-3 Opponent Score W S.498 12.920 8.6 Northern Arizona* ____43-44 L O.7 Montana State* ______10-28 L N.244 W N.16 at California _________16-42 W S.1 at Stephen F.605 7. 30 at Cal Poly __________42-28 7.019 W-L 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 BSC 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 Att.4 Texas A&M-Kingsville _34-21 W S.3 Montana State* ______33-21 4.231 L O.182 6.17 Sacramento State* ___28-12 W S.24 UC Davis____________31-34 L O.041 L O.13 at UC Davis__________24-38 L S.17 Cal State Northridge __50-43 4.5 Southwest Texas State__16-0 W O.18 Cal State Northridge* _49-22 2.7 at Montana State* _____0-14 W O.443 7.805 5. Austin___21-13 L O.617 5. 1999: @ PSU 51.291 5.153 2004: 7-4 2000: 8-4 Big Sky Conference: 5-3 Home: 4-2 • Road: 4-2 Final National Ranking: 15th (consensus) (home games played at Hillsboro Stadium) Opponent Score Att.11 Eastern Washington*__24-27 6.659 5. 11.887 W O.603* W S.30 at Northern Arizona* __42-10 6.1 at Eastern Washington* 24-42 L O. W S.331 5. 2004: @ Montana State 31.14 Idaho State* _________34-13 W O.446 11.810 W N.627 6.977 W S. 5. 10.238 L S.8 at Boise State ________14-21 W O.16 Montana State* ______49-28 18.4 at Northern Arizona* __34-26 W N.27 at Montana*_________13-33 19.16 Eastern Washington*__48-39 17.384 4.866* L N.802 6.448.31 vs.21 Eastern Washington*___34-0 L O.9 at Hawai’i ___________45-20 50.012 56.25 Idaho State* _________36-13 L N.2 Western Washington __37-20 5.147 6.519 5.809* W O.30 Montana* ___________20-26 L O.1 at McNeese State _____12-35 L S.25 at Delaware _________14-49 12.19 at Sacramento State* _34-20 L O.690 5.9 at Sacramento State* __31-0 L O. @ Eastern Washington 27 . West Chester (PA) 50 (NCAA II 1st rnd) .239 8.487 W-L 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 BSC 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 Big Sky Conference: 6-2 Home: 3-1 • Road: 4-3 Final National Ranking: 20th/19th Opponent Score W S.840 4. 1989: @ PSU 56.476 6.12 Weber State* ________39-14 Att.8 Weber State* ________21-45 L N.413 4.000.924 23.22 Northern Colorado* __24-21 2006: 7-4 2002: 6-5 Big Sky Conference: 3-4 Home: 5-1 • Road: 1-4 Opponent Score W A.16 at Montana State* ____26-28 Att.1 ot September 14.807 5.489* L O.12 Eastern Washington*__34-31 W O.709 42.824 W O.15 Sacramento State* ___35-24 L S.12 Southern Oregon ____34-10 L S.15 Montana State* ______14-25 Att.30 Western Oregon _____31-14 L S.20 UC Davis____________38-21 Att.26 Weber State* ________29-36 L O.14 Idaho State* _________59-21 7.11 Western Washington __48-28 20.938 NCAA 1-AA PLAYOFFS L N. E.119 W N.15 Montana State* ______44-41 W O.30 Montana* ___________35-32 W N.000 W O.180 6.6 Cal State Northridge* _34-21 19.9 Northern Colorado* ___45-3 L S.29 Northern Arizona* ____33-30 7.110 6.921 23.28 Montana* ___________21-33 9.3 at Oregon State ______14-41 W S.3 ot September 12. 10.017 W N.874 5.13 Nicholls State ________44-37 L S.7 Hofstra _____________40-35 8.17 at Northern Colorado* 31-21 Big Sky Conference: 1-7 Home: 1-5 • Road: 1-4 Opponent Score L S.238 W N.23 at Weber State* ______31-14 4.549 6.436 25.058 W N.385 53.13 at Weber State* ______34-15 W N.11 at Eastern Washington* 16-42 W O.092 5.3 Sacramento State* ___14-31 W O. 2008: 4-7 Big Sky Conference: 3-5 Home: 4-1 • Road: 0-6 Opponent Score W A.541 57.2 Montana (ot)* _______51-48 23. Austin _____31-23 W S.785 12.2 Western State ________38-0 L S.535 4. 27.853 W S.703 W S.20 at Idaho State* _______20-38 L O.21 at Weber State* _______9-41 4.2 Idaho State* _________27-24 L N.747 L N.052. He set PSU records for wins and games coached. 6. PSU 24 . Austin___16-13 5.25 McNeese State _______35-14 L O.643 W O. turnstile count for the season was 7.020 8.11 at Sacramento State* __13-7 Att.1 ot October 2.4 Eastern Washington*__47-36 L O.27 at Fresno State _______16-42 W O.1 ot October 16.243 23.20 Northern Arizona* _____0-23 L S. 42. Montana 48 .10 at UC Davis__________14-12 W S.047 9.936 61.164 12.9 at Sacramento State* _14-41 8.518 6.979 W O.10 at Northern Colorado* 23-18 L O.263 5.129 3.603 10.747 W-L 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 BSC 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-2 Big Sky Conference: 4-3 Home: 5-0 • Road: 1-5 Opponent Score L S.310 W-L 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 6-5 BSC 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 Former Viking Coach Tim Walsh spent 14 seasons on the Park Blocks.837 W-L 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 BSC 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 PSU IN OVERTIME GAMES All-Time: 3-2 • Home: 2-1 • Road: 1-1 November 18.8 Montana* ___________12-29 L N.726 6.158 W O.331 W-L 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 BSC 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 *home attendance listed is tickets sold. _20-23 9.20 at Washington State ___9-48 L S.117 4.2 at New Mexico ________17-6 W S. Washington*# ___10-47 L N.27 at Sacramento State* _31-41 W O.902 30.314 4.13 at Northern Arizona* __24-40 7.478 5.330 8.15 at Montana State* ____32-49 W N.6 at Southwest Texas St.24 Northern Colorado ___41-17 L O.878* W S.10 at Eastern Washington* 37-22 2.23 at Northern Arizona* __20-21 W O.082 6.752 5.124 5.4 at Fresno State ________6-34 34.156 14.066 8.18 at Fresno State _______17-27 W S. 13.

910 3.804 3. Lawton __________ 0-34 Delaware leads 1-0 2000 at Delaware^ _______ 14-49 12.000 1997 at Fresno State _______ 7-35 31.200 3.350 4.000 8. WA) 16-17 1980 at Idaho ___________ 27-37 1981 Idaho ______________ 9-56 1982 at Idaho ____________ 0-56 1983 Idaho _____________ 16-17 1984 at Idaho ___________ 14-49 1985 Idaho _____________ 17-51 1986 at Idaho ___________ 10-42 1987 Idaho _____________ 10-17 1988 at Idaho ___________ 18-27 1989 Idaho _____________ 29-20 1997 at Idaho ____________ 0-46 6.541 2007 at E.367 Grambling State leads 1-0 2001 Grambling State_____ 29-30 16.945 FRESNO STATE DELAWARE STATE PSU leads 1-0 1980 Delaware State ______ 105-0 4.977 ISU leads the all-time series.107 5.463 1996 at Eastern Washington# 7-24 4.486 CAL POLY-POMONA Series tied 1-1 1980 Cal Poly-Pomona _____ 93-7 6.296 1972 Eastern Washington___ 7-14 2.727 11.128 19.041 2001 at Idaho State# ______ 17-23 7.875 2.337 7.769 12.510 BOISE STATE Boise State leads 6-1 1972 1973 1992 1995 1996 1998 2005 Boise State __________ 7-33 at Boise State ________ 7-64 at Boise State _______ 51-26 at Boise State _______ 14-49 at Boise State _______ 22-33 at Boise State _______ 24-42 at Boise State _______ 14-21 1.120 1997 Eastern Washington#_ 14-31 8.818 IDAHO Idaho leads 11-1 1970 at Idaho (Pullman.500 6. Washington (ot)# 30-27 5.500 1973 Idaho State _________ 13-21 897 1974 at Idaho State _______ 16-24 7.781 EVERETT JC CAL POLY (formerly Cal Poly-SLO) PSU leads 10-8 1977 Cal Poly-SLO ________ 22-29 1978 at Cal Poly-SLO ______ 20-56 1979 Cal Poly-SLO ________ 42-45 1981 at Cal Poly-SLO ______ 12-41 1982 Cal Poly-SLO _________ 0-22 1983 at Cal Poly-SLO _______ 7-16 1984 Cal Poly-SLO _________ 29-0 1985 at Cal Poly-SLO ______ 21-34 1986 Cal Poly-SLO _________ 66-7 1987 at Cal Poly-SLO _______ 31-7 1988 Cal Poly-SLO _________ 21-3 9.853 10.949 50. 22-12-1 ISU leads the Big Sky series.824 HUMBOLDT STATE EASTERN WASHINGTON CAMERON PSU leads 1-0 1989 Cameron __________ 35-21 9.157 18.225 1. 8-6 1965 at Idaho State ________ 7-27 1966 Idaho State __________ 7-12 1967 Idaho State _________ 21-22 1968 at Idaho State _______ 30-52 1969 Idaho State _________ 23-46 5.831 1985 Idaho State _________ 10-23 3.216 1998 at E. Washington# ___ 37-22 2.850 1988 at Eastern Washington 31-31 3.171 GRAYS HARBOR JC EASTERN OREGON ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE PSU leads 1-0 1995 Arkansas-Monticello _ 56-20 7.152 1982 at Cal Poly-Pomona ___ 0-17 1.532 1977 at Chico State ________ 27-7 3.336 11.017 PSU leads 9-5-1 1950 Eastern Oregon ______ 6-31 1951 Eastern Oregon _____ 25-21 1952 Eastern Oregon ______ 6-18 1953 Eastern Oregon _____ 32-20 1954 Eastern Oregon _____ 27-13 1955 Eastern Oregon _____ 20-26 1956 Eastern Oregon ______ 6-14 1957 Eastern Oregon ______ 13-0 1958 Eastern Oregon _____ 34-14 1959 at Eastern Oregon _____ 0-7 1960 Eastern Oregon _______ 6-6 1961 at Eastern Oregon ____ 27-7 1962 at Eastern Oregon _____ 2-0 1963 Eastern Oregon ______ 38-0 1964 at Eastern Oregon ____ 41-6 Grays Harbor leads 2-1 1949 Grays Harbor JC _____ 13-26 1952 Grays Harbor JC ______ 0-38 1953 Grays Harbor JC _____ 26-14 HAWAI’I Hawai’i leads 4-1 1972 Hawai’i ____________ 13-38 1975 at Hawai’i ___________ 7-24 1976 at Hawai’i __________ 17-20 1977 at Hawai’i __________ 12-21 2000 at Hawai’i __________ 45-20 5.861 1999 at Idaho State# ______ 52-13 5.124 1991 at Eastern Washington 35-23 4.401 1970 at Eastern Washington 34-0 500 1971 Eastern Washington___ 13-6 1.773 BRITISH COLUMBIA PSU leads 5-2 1957 British Columbia ____ 33-13 1962 British Columbia ____ 14-13 1964 at British Columbia ___ 7-13 1965 British Columbia _____ 12-6 1966 at British Columbia ___ 0-13 1967 British Columbia _____ 61-0 1969 at British Columbia ___ 35-3 1.384 2004 Eastern Washington#_ 21-41 6.225 1995 at Eastern Washington 14-7 4.996 12.603 BOWIE STATE PSU leads 1-0 1988 Bowie State (MD)* ___ 34-17 9.723 3.409 18.082 10.131 10.124 PSU leads 6-5 1948 Humboldt State ______ 7-13 1955 Humboldt State _____ 13-48 1970 Humboldt State _____ 54-31 1973 Humboldt State ______ 6-17 1976 Humboldt State _____ 56-20 1978 at Humboldt State ___ 27-41 1979 Humboldt State _____ 29-30 1983 Humboldt State _____ 44-26 1984 at Humboldt State ____ 30-7 1986 Humboldt State _____ 27-16 1987 Humboldt State _____ 50-14 3.022 8.772 Fresno State leads 6-0 1968 Fresno State ________ 14-30 1969 at Fresno State ______ 22-28 6.000 5.805 2004 at Fresno State ______ 17-27 42. Washington# ___ 16-42 6.847 617 1. Northridge# 28-32 1999 Cal State Northridge# 34-21 2000 Cal State Northridge# 49-22 2001 Cal State Northridge _ 50-43 4.410 2.330 3.489 5.000 HOFSTRA PSU leads 1-0 2000 Hofstra ____________ 40-35 8.100 13.401 1.662 EASTERN MONTANA GRAMBLING STATE ANGELO STATE PSU leads 3-0 1993 Angelo State ________ 45-7 13.587 PSU leads 1-0 1993 Central Arkansas ____ 45-31 11.580 1978 at Idaho State _______ 13-27 3.733 5.810 2002 Eastern Washington#_ 34-31 5.840 12.792 3.106 11.500 1.897 CALGARY CENTRAL ARKANSAS PSU leads 1-0 1992 Calgary _____________ 55-0 13.231 2008 Eastern Washington#_ 47-36 7.669 2003 at Fresno State ______ 16-42 39.062 2.873 1.431 1987 at Idaho State _______ 24-24 7.016 10.105 1997 at Idaho State# ______ 24-26 5. 18-13-1 EWU leads the Big Sky series.700 13.500 1976 at Idaho State _______ 26-14 8.412 30.674 1992 Eastern Washington__ 24-21 10.228 1998 Idaho State# ________ 41-43 7.934 5.689 1994 at Angelo State _____ 35-10 6. 8-6 1968 at Eastern Washington 19-18 1969 Eastern Washington___ 35-0 6.041 900 7. Washington# ___ 28-21 6.730 1994 Eastern Washington__ 31-21 11.590 3.854 1975 at Eastern Washington 51-0 2.976 PSU leads the all-time series.347 1982 at Eastern Washington 0-36 2.052 1.032 1999 Eastern Washington#_ 48-39 17.514 20.083 6.866 2.813 19.359 12.902 2006 Eastern Washington#__ 34-0 6. EWU# (in Seattle) _ 10-47 6.938 4.823 3.064 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1998 1999 at Cal Poly-SLO ______ Cal Poly-SLO ________ at Cal Poly-SLO ______ Cal Poly-SLO ________ Cal Poly-SLO ________ Cal Poly____________ at Cal Poly__________ 55-26 23-36 55-35 45-31 21-17 41-34 42-28 2.233 1979 Idaho State _________ 44-14 3.687 1993 at Eastern Washington 21-38 4.757 1982 at Idaho State _______ 14-38 10.887 2000 Idaho State# ________ 59-21 7.751 1.445 22.092 2009 vs.286 8.082 UC DAVIS PSU leads 6-4 1974 at UC Davis _________ 1975 UC Davis ___________ 1992 UC Davis* __________ 1995 UC Davis ___________ 1996 UC Davis ___________ 2004 UC Davis ___________ 2005 at UC Davis _________ 2007 UC Davis ___________ 2008 at UC Davis _________ 2009 UC Davis ___________ 21-50 32-21 42-28 40-13 32-27 38-21 14-12 17-26 24-38 31-34 5.114 1999 at Fresno State _______ 6-34 34.695 1977 Idaho State __________ 47-0 5.500 1994 Angelo State*________ 29-0 4.476 2005 at E.600 1983 Eastern Washington____ 0-6 1.500 1974 Eastern Washington__ 56-18 1.092 1973 at Eastern Washington _ 0-3 1.058 EAST TEXAS STATE PSU leads 1-0 1995 East Texas State* ____ 56-35 4.652 1970 at Idaho State ________ 6-37 8.065 1990 Eastern Washington__ 13-21 9.878 2000 Eastern Washington#_ 24-27 6.026 5.238 CALIFORNIA CENTRAL WASHINGTON CAL leads 1-0 2006 at California ________ 16-42 61.641 700 1.100 6.035 PSU leads 14-7 1968 at San Fernando_____ 20-62 1978 at Cal State Northridge 27-42 1979 Cal State Northridge _ 34-21 1981 Cal State Northridge _ 17-13 1982 at Cal State Northridge 28-31 1983 Cal State Northridge _ 31-13 1984 at Cal State Northridge 14-3 1985 Cal State Northridge _ 61-24 1986 at Cal State Northridge 0-34 1987 Cal State Northridge _ 38-22 1988 at Cal State Northridge 45-13 1989 Cal State Northridge _ 33-17 1990 at Cal State Northridge 18-19 1991 Cal State Northridge _ 38-13 1992 at Cal State Northridge 35-10 1996 at Cal St.979 114 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .021 1.480 1996 Idaho State# ________ 12-31 7. LAWTON DELAWARE Ft.315 14.000 3.738 4.824 2003 at E.500 8.500 4.513 4.500 2.929 3.853 1.567 6.888 3.128 IDAHO STATE CAL LUTHERAN PSU leads 4-0 1985 Cal Lutheran________ 27-20 1986 at Cal Lutheran_______ 28-7 1987 Cal Lutheran_________ 40-7 1988 at Cal Lutheran_______ 49-0 2.733 CLARK CC EDINBORO Clark CC leads 3-1 1949 Clark CC ___________ 21-16 1950 Clark CC ____________ 6-13 1952 Clark CC ____________ 0-20 1952 Clark CC ____________ 0-13 Edinboro leads 1-0 1995 Edinboro ___________ 7-26 9.390 2.025 4.014 1994 at Idaho State _______ 38-21 7.395 1972 at Idaho State ________ 6-51 7.872 1980 at Idaho State _______ 33-59 8.200 1976 Eastern Montana _____ 87-6 4.860 29. Lawton leads 1-0 1951 Ft.042 1981 Idaho State __________ 9-28 2.325 1993 Idaho State __________ 21-7 13.592 CHICO STATE PSU leads 2-0 1976 Chico State __________ 50-3 7.587 7.ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS All games in PSU history PSU score listed first AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PSU leads 1-0 1993 American International 45-7 10.312 7.400 1971 Idaho State __________ 0-37 3.535 10.119 COMPTON JC Everett JC leads 2-0 1947 Everett JC ___________ 0-26 1949 Everett JC ___________ 6-12 Compton JC leads 1-0 1951 Compton JC _________ 7-37 FT.098 18.000 3.500 1980 Eastern Washington__ 54-21 7.180 PSU leads 8-3 1956 Central Washington ___ 6-23 1966 at Central Washington 36-27 1967 Central Washington ___ 13-6 1969 at Central Washington 28-16 1970 Central Washington __ 38-31 1971 at Central Washington 24-17 1972 Central Washington __ 17-32 1973 at Central Washington 12-30 1974 Central Washington ___ 49-0 1975 at Central Washington _ 37-3 1977 Central Washington ___ 53-6 3.097 4.302 10. Washington# ___ 24-42 5. Northridge# 14-46 1997 Cal State Northridge# 26-13 1998 at Cal St.467 2.141 PSU leads 2-1 1972 Eastern Montana ____ 28-26 1.119 2001 at E.652 1973 at Eastern Montana __ 13-35 1.

200 OREGON STATE FRESHMEN Oregon State Freshmen leads 1-0 1947 Oregon State Frosh ___ 0-20 NORTH DAKOTA STATE North Dakota State leads 1-0 1988 vs.000 1974 Montana State _______ 8-29 3. 12-2 1965 Montana____________ 7-33 1966 at Montana__________ 0-10 1967 Montana____________ 7-55 1968 at Montana__________ 0-58 1969 Montana___________ 14-49 13.000 1.000 2001 Northern Arizona# ___ 33-30 7.500 OLYMPIC CC Series tied 2-2 1949 Olympic CC 1950 Olympic CC 1952 Olympic CC 1953 Olympic CC _________ 38-7 __________ 0-7 ________ 12-40 ________ 25-21 NEW MEXICO PSU leads 1-0 2006 at New Mexico _______ 17-6 27.000 PACIFIC (OR) NORTHERN COLORADO PSU leads the all-time series.156 2007 at Montana#________ 31-34 23.797 1985 Montana State ______ 46-28 7.381 1981 at Montana__________ 3-33 8.012 NORTH DAKOTA Oregon State leads 3-0 1983 Oregon State _______ 14-51 26.733 1974 Montana___________ 14-24 4.959 6.160 NORTHERN ARIZONA MONTANA STATE LOS ANGELES CC PSU leads 1-0 1954 Los Angeles CC ______ 20-0 LOWER COLUMBIA CC Lower Columbia CC leads 5-2 1947 Lower Columbia CC ____ 0-7 1948 Lower Columbia CC ___ 0-19 1950 Lower Columbia CC ___ 13-0 1951 Lower Columbia CC ___ 0-26 1952 Lower Columbia CC ___ 0-41 1953 Lower Columbia CC ___ 19-6 1954 Lower Columbia CC __ 13-19 MANKATO STATE PSU leads 3-1 1987 Mankato State* _____ 27-21 1991 Mankato State _______ 7-10 1991 Mankato State* _____ 37-27 1995 Mankato State ______ 42-10 19.747 2001 Montana State# _____ 33-21 4.395 1977 at Montana_________ 25-40 6.717 1999 Montana State# _____ 49-28 18. 13-4 NAU leads the Big Sky series.413 2007 Northern Arizona# ___ 43-44 9.832 2004 at Northern Arizona# _ 20-21 9.802 2007 at McNeese State ____ 12-35 13.007 NORTHERN IDAHO Pittsburg State leads 2-0 1991 Pittsburg State* _____ 21-53 17.936 2.556 1983 at Montana_________ 19-35 9.498 PSU leads 3-0 1992 Nebraska-Kearney ____ 44-0 11.493 OREGON FRESHMEN NORTH ALABAMA North Alabama leads 1-0 1993 North Alabama _____ 32-44 22.000 3.489 PSU leads 11-6-2 1948 Oregon Tech__________ 0-0 1949 Oregon Tech_________ 33-7 1950 Oregon Tech________ 13-13 1951 Oregon Tech_________ 7-27 1952 Oregon Tech_________ 0-54 1953 Oregon Tech________ 14-12 1954 Oregon Tech________ 18-54 1955 Oregon Tech________ 18-14 1956 Oregon Tech________ 39-14 1957 Oregon Tech_________ 0-14 1958 at Oregon Tech (forfeit) 21-31 1959 Oregon Tech_________ 7-20 1960 at Oregon Tech______ 14-19 1961 Oregon Tech_________ 13-7 1962 Oregon Tech_________ 23-0 1963 at Oregon Tech_______ 26-7 1964 Oregon Tech_________ 21-6 1965 at Oregon Tech_______ 18-7 1966 Oregon Tech_________ 56-0 OREGON TECH PACIFIC (CA) Pacific leads 1-0 1990 at Pacific (CA) _______ 35-41 12.500 6.157 1996 Northern Arizona# ___ 24-38 10.2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Idaho State# ________ at Idaho State# ______ Idaho State# ________ at Idaho State# ______ Idaho State# ________ at Idaho State# ______ Idaho State# ________ at Idaho State# ______ 27-24 20-30 41-21 34-36 34-13 20-38 36-13 34-41 5.627 Oregon leads 3-0 1994 at Oregon __________ 16-58 30.487 2003 Montana State# _____ 14-25 5.809 2000 at Montana State# ___ 31-24 5.036 1992 Pittsburg State* _____ 38-41 13.733 2003 at Montana#________ 14-42 23.275 10. 4-0 1979 at Northern Colorado 20-21 1991 Northern Colorado*__ 28-21 2005 Northern Colorado __ 41-17 2006 Northern Colorado# __ 45-3 2007 at Northern Colorado# 31-21 2008 Northern Colorado# _ 24-21 2009 at Northern Colorado# 23-18 6.690 NAU leads the all-time series.035 1985 at Montana_________ 21-16 6.163 1996 at Montana State# ____ 6-24 4.934 1989 at Montana_________ 21-30 10.066 2006 at Oregon __________ 12-55 57.331 2004 at Montana State# (ot) 24-31 12.127 1993 at Nebraska-Kearney _ 24-14 2.684 3. 10-4 1978 at Northern Arizona __ 14-42 12.020 2005 Northern Arizona# ____ 45-0 7.814 1970 at Montana_________ 25-31 12.546 UM leads the all-time series.387 1998 at Montana#________ 17-20 18.188 2000 at Northern Arizona# _ 42-10 6.227 1997 Montana State# ______ 44-0 7.238 2002 Montana#__________ 21-24 12.371 4.450 1988 Montana____________ 21-0 13. 26-11 UM leads the Big Sky series.795 MISSOURI-SOUTHERN PSU leads 1-0 1991 Missouri Southern ___ 56-38 7.986 1975 at Montana_________ 16-33 5.500 5.100 1977 Montana State ______ 56-35 5.517 1982 Montana___________ 35-28 2.019 MINNESOTA-DULUTH PSU leads 1-0 1994 Minnesota-Duluth ___ 35-21 11.952 1981 at North Dakota _____ 10-17 10.250 4.336 1979 Northern Arizona ____ 21-22 8.117 2007 Montana State# _____ 36-50 11.143 3.180 Northern Idaho leads 2-0 1947 Northern Idaho ______ 0-25 1948 Northern Idaho ______ 6-18 PORTLAND JV Series tied 1-1 1947 Portland JV __________ 7-18 1948 Portland JV __________ 12-0 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 115 .446 2008 Montana#__________ 12-29 12.808 1987 at Montana__________ 20-3 8.263 2009 at Oregon State ______ 7-34 41.499 1972 at Linfield ____________ 6-0 2.681 2001 at Montana#________ 13-33 19.136 Oregon Freshmen leads 2-0 1948 Oregon Frosh ________ 6-20 1949 Oregon Frosh ________ 0-20 NORTH CAROLINA A&T PSU leads 1-0 2002 North Carolina A&T (ot)23-20 10.492 MSU leads the all-time series. 15-9 MSU leads the Big Sky series.100 1978 Montana___________ 27-16 5.264 2004 McNeese State ______ 35-14 6.837 5.047 2005 Montana State# _____ 44-41 10.244 2002 at Montana State# ___ 26-28 8.731 1999 Montana (ot)# ______ 51-48 23.961 1997 Montana#___________ 7-37 12.434 1980 Montana____________ 29-0 11.432 1975 at Montana State ____ 34-35 5.604 1979 at Montana_________ 40-32 3.100 1976 Montana___________ 50-49 16.351 IOWA WESLEYAN PSU leads 1-0 1990 Iowa Wesleyan _______ 40-3 8.071 2009 at Montana#________ 17-49 25.137 1997 at Northern Arizona# _ 21-56 13.653 14.925 7.019 JACKSONVILLE STATE (AL) PSU leads 1-0 1988 Jacksonville State (AL)* 20-13 13.836 2009 Northern Arizona# ___ 23-44 6.518 Pacific leads 5-3 1947 Pacific ______________ 0-48 1955 Pacific ______________ 7-14 1956 Pacific _____________ 33-14 1957 Pacific _____________ 18-25 1958 Pacific _____________ 20-19 1959 at Pacific ____________ 0-40 1963 at Pacific ____________ 27-7 1964 Pacific ______________ 7-20 PITTSBURG STATE NEBRASKA-KEARNEY McNEESE STATE MSU leads 2-1 1995 at McNeese State ____ 13-27 14.182 2004 Montana#__________ 35-32 8.500 1973 Linfield _____________ 3-19 2.231 2002 at Northern Arizona# _ 10-14 8. 6-1 PSU leads the Big Sky series.300 1994 Nebraska-Kearney ____ 51-3 12.155 1996 at Montana#_________ 6-63 15.003 4.575 1986 Montana___________ 14-35 4.042 1984 Montana___________ 16-17 3.200 1971 Montana___________ 36-29 2.653 NEVADA INDIANA (PA) MONTANA Series tied 1-1 1988 Indiana (PA) ________ 20-17 8.283 9.786 2008 at Montana State# ___ 32-49 12.535 OREGON NICHOLLS STATE PSU leads 1-0 2003 Nicholls State _______ 44-37 5.888 5.013 1989 Indiana (PA)* ________ 0-17 15.500 1971 at Montana State _____ 8-23 7.561 NORTHERN MICHIGAN PSU leads 1-0 1987 Northern Michigan* __ 13-7 17.291 2008 at Northern Arizona# _ 17-37 5.478 2009 Montana State# _____ 10-28 5.874 4.443 2006 at Montana State# ____ 0-14 14.811 1998 at Montana State# ___ 34-31 10.363 11.605 2006 Montana#__________ 20-26 13.243 2006 at Northern Arizona# _ 34-26 5.413 2005 at Montana#________ 16-37 23.055 1998 Northern Arizona# ___ 13-23 6.549 5. North Dakota State*21-35 6.102 2005 at Oregon State _____ 14-41 42.679 OREGON STATE Series tied 1-1 1980 North Dakota _______ 28-14 11.489 2000 Montana#__________ 21-33 9.140 UNLV UNLV leads 1-0 1986 at UNLV____________ 14-51 12.925 1999 at Northern Arizona# _ 24-40 7.505 2002 at Oregon ___________ 0-41 56.763 NORTHEAST LOUISIANA Northeast Louisiana leads 1-0 1998 at Northeast Louisiana 27-43 12.726 Nevada leads 6-2 1960 at Nevada ___________ 14-7 1961 Nevada ____________ 20-41 1971 Nevada _____________ 7-21 1972 at Nevada __________ 13-27 1973 Nevada _____________ 0-59 1974 at Nevada __________ 14-19 1975 Nevada _____________ 37-0 1976 at Nevada __________ 22-35 NORTHWEST LOUISIANA Northwest Louisiana leads 1-0 1980 at Northwest Louisiana 21-40 7.129 7.185 1984 at Montana State ____ 22-45 10.382 1981 Northern Arizona ____ 10-34 3.752 2003 Northern Arizona# ____ 0-23 6.330 5. 8-6 1966 Montana State _______ 7-50 1967 at Montana State _____ 7-52 1968 Montana State _______ 6-17 1969 at Montana State _____ 22-6 6.210 LEWIS AND CLARK Lewis and Clark leads 14-0 1948 Lewis and Clark ______ 0-20 1950 Lewis and Clark ______ 0-38 1954 Lewis and Clark _____ 19-44 1956 Lewis and Clark _____ 19-46 1957 Lewis and Clark ______ 0-14 1958 at Lewis and Clark ____ 7-12 1959 Lewis and Clark ______ 0-13 1960 at Lewis and Clark ____ 7-40 1961 Lewis and Clark ______ 6-39 1962 at Lewis and Clark ___ 20-64 1963 Lewis and Clark _____ 26-37 1964 at Lewis and Clark ___ 13-32 1965 at Lewis and Clark ____ 0-22 1966 Lewis and Clark ______ 7-14 LINFIELD Linfield leads 11-3-1 1954 Linfield _____________ 7-12 1955 Linfield ____________ 20-13 1956 Linfield ______________ 0-0 1957 Linfield ____________ 12-35 1958 Linfield _____________ 7-34 1959 Linfield _____________ 0-34 1960 at Linfield __________ 14-40 1961 at Linfield __________ 19-55 1962 Linfield _____________ 0-39 1963 at Linfield ___________ 7-17 1964 Linfield _____________ 0-31 1967 at Linfield ___________ 0-24 1969 Linfield ____________ 26-21 7.

229 WESTERN KENTUCKY PSU leads 1-0 1994 at Western Kentucky _ 49-14 8. 11-3 1965 at Sacramento State ___ 6-7 1967 Sacramento State ___ 21-23 1978 Sacramento State ____ 63-7 4.631 1971 at Weber State ______ 26-54 12.385 2008 at Sacramento State# 31-41 8.500 4.000 10.500 7.030 1997 at Sacramento State# 27-13 2.725 2.083 14.841 1982 Weber State _________ 6-20 2.559 3.356 2008 Western Oregon ____ 31-14 8.464 2002 Southwest Texas State _ 16-0 5.277 PSU leads 8-2 1968 at Simon Fraser _____ 47-16 1970 at Simon Fraser _____ 12-21 1971 Simon Fraser ________ 21-3 1973 at Simon Fraser ______ 0-13 1974 Simon Fraser ________ 14-6 1975 at Simon Fraser _____ 21-17 1976 Simon Fraser ________ 44-7 1977 at Simon Fraser _____ 55-13 1978 Simon Fraser _______ 48-30 1982 Simon Fraser _______ 28-21 Texas A&M-Kingsville leads 9-5 1988 Texas A&I __________ 22-29 1988 Texas A&I* _________ 35-27 1989 at Texas A&I ________ 12-31 1990 Texas A&I ___________ 14-9 1991 at Texas A&I ________ 14-35 1992 Texas A&I __________ 43-44 1992 Texas A&I* _________ 35-30 1993 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 22-17 1993 Texas A&M-Kingsville* 15-50 1994 Texas A&M-Kingsville 20-34 1994 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* 16-21 1995 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-40 1995 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* 3-30 2003 Texas A&M-Kingsville 34-21 6.512 10.210 1975 Santa Clara _________ 42-29 7.000 5. MARY’S St.500 4.509 5.500 1976 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 at Santa Clara _______ 28-31 Santa Clara _________ 21-26 at Santa Clara ________ 6-29 Santa Clara __________ 27-6 at Santa Clara _______ 20-20 Santa Clara _________ 41-14 at Santa Clara ________ 41-0 Santa Clara __________ 42-0 at Santa Clara _______ 27-17 Santa Clara _________ 26-28 at Santa Clara _______ 20-18 8. AUSTIN PSU leads 3-0 2001 at Stephen F.319 1985 Sacramento State ___ 14-26 3. 20-23 9.147 14.570 7. Austin __ 16-13 5.703 WESTMINSTER Series tied 1-1 1958 Westminster ________ 18-14 1959 at Westminster ______ 13-14 WHITWORTH Whitworth leads 2-0 1958 at Whitworth ________ 6-26 1959 Whitworth __________ 0-66 WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN-STOUT NOTES 3. Troy State*_______ 17-31 10.016 WENATCHEE CC PSU leads 2-0 1949 Wenatchee CC _______ 46-7 1951 Wenatchee CC _______ 57-0 116 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .491 1977 Oregon College _____ 34-22 3.785 2003 Sacramento State# ___ 20-7 4. MARTIN’S ST.147 WEST CHESTER PSU leads 1-0 1989 West Chester (PA) 3ot* 56-50 9.000 12.807 TONGUE POINT NAVY TROY STATE PSU leads 1-0 1949 Tongue Point Navy ___ 36-7 Troy State leads 1-0 1987 vs.PORTLAND AIR BASE PUGET SOUND PSU leads 1-0 1951 Portland Air Base ____ 41-20 Puget Sound leads 8-7-1 1960 Puget Sound _______ 13-13 1962 at Puget Sound _____ 14-26 1969 at Puget Sound _____ 34-44 1970 Puget Sound ________ 21-9 1971 at Puget Sound ______ 7-26 1972 Puget Sound _______ 10-39 1973 Puget Sound ________ 7-54 1974 at Puget Sound _____ 45-25 1975 Puget Sound _______ 31-27 1976 at Puget Sound _____ 29-25 1977 Puget Sound ________ 63-9 1978 at Puget Sound _____ 21-34 1979 Puget Sound _______ 72-35 1980 at Puget Sound _____ 37-14 1981 Puget Sound _______ 17-21 1982 at Puget Sound ______ 6-24 4.853 2001 Sacramento State# __ 52-33 3. Martin’s leads 1-0 1947 St.214 1999 at Weber State# _____ 31-14 4.500 9.158 2000 at Weber State# ______ 9-41 4. Austin __ 21-13 5. Martin’s __________ 7-14 PSU leads 1-0 1997 St.600 3. 21-8 PSU leads the Big Sky series.017 3.350 4.207 12.100 2.037 1980 Weber State _________ 75-0 6.221 ST.437 2009 Sacramento State# __ 14-31 5.069 6.617 2006 at Sacramento State# _ 13-7 4.730 STEPHEN F.300 15.711 2. Francis _________ 62-28 11.249 1977 at Weber State ______ 22-40 8.101 1.023 1988 at Sacramento State _ 43-29 8. FRANCIS PSU leads 1-0 1991 St.920 WSU leads the all-time series.753 WSU leads 1-0 2008 at Washington State __ 9-48 23. Austin ____ 31-23 6.399 1.760 1995 at Sacramento State _ 54-16 3.924 2008 at Weber State# _____ 21-31 8.110 SAN FRANCISCO STATE PSU leads 2-0 1978 San Francisco State __ 35-21 2.879 2001 Weber State# _______ 65-43 7.800 WESTERN NEW MEXICO WESTERN OREGON PSU leads 1-0 1995 Western New Mexico _ 55-21 8.456 1983 at Weber State ______ 13-37 7.314 2005 Weber State# _______ 39-14 5.103 3.122 WESTERN STATE SOUTH DAKOTA STATE WASHINGTON STATE WEBER STATE PSU leads 1-0 2004 Western State________ 38-0 5.175 TEXAS STATE Series tied 1-1 2001 at Southwest Texas St.341 5.212 4.210 789 3.350 1994 Sacramento State ___ 47-28 12.143 8.074 2003 at Stephen F.331 2004 at Weber State# _____ 34-15 3.637 3.084 1990 at Western Illinois ___ 30-27 11.129 PSU leads 8-1 1986 Southern Utah ______ 41-17 1987 at Southern Utah _____ 38-6 1988 Southern Utah ______ 52-24 1989 at Southern Utah ____ 26-36 1990 Southern Utah ______ 35-19 1991 at Southern Utah ____ 33-30 1992 Southern Utah ______ 35-18 1993 at Southern Utah ____ 24-14 1994 Southern Utah ______ 48-16 8.648 PSU leads 1-0 1984 Wisconsin-Stout ______ 28-3 3.136 1990 at Sacramento State _ 41-24 1.642 1986 at Sacramento State _ 20-51 6.296 Western Oregon leads 11-9-1 1947 Oregon College (site NA) _ 0-13 1948 Oregon College (site NA) 13-13 1949 Oregon College (site NA) 13-25 1950 Oregon College ______ 0-14 1951 at Oregon College ____ 7-42 1952 Oregon College ______ 7-40 1953 at Oregon College ____ 0-27 1954 Oregon College ______ 13-0 1955 at Oregon College ___ 14-36 1956 Oregon College _______ 0-6 1957 at Oregon College ____ 6-31 1958 Oregon College ______ 7-22 1959 at Oregon College ____ 10-0 1960 Oregon College ______ 14-6 1961 at Oregon College ___ 24-26 1962 Oregon College ______ 21-6 1963 at Oregon College ___ 32-13 1964 Oregon College _____ 27-12 1976 Oregon College _____ 44-14 9.333 3.942 1986 Weber State ________ 27-22 3. 8-6 1964 Weber State ________ 18-10 1965 at Weber State _______ 6-74 1966 Weber State _________ 6-51 1967 at Weber State ______ 21-40 1968 Weber State ________ 12-28 1970 Weber State ________ 46-14 3.273 3.200 4.701 1998 Sacramento State# __ 58-31 5.643 2000 at Sacramento State# 35-23 11.344 2003 Weber State# _______ 21-45 4.857 SAN DIEGO STATE SDSU leads 1-0 2007 at San Diego State ___ 17-52 53. Texas State is formerly Southwest Texas State SOUTHERN UTAH SAND POINT NAVAL AIR STATION PSU leads 1-0 1947 Sand Point NAS ______ 36-7 SANTA CLARA PSU leads 7-6-1 1972 Santa Clara __________ 8-36 1.167 12.632 11.222 US INTERNATIONAL UTAH SONOMA STATE Sonoma State leads 3-1 1991 Sonoma State _______ 30-6 1992 at Sonoma State ____ 27-37 1995 Sonoma State _______ 52-0 1996 Sonoma State _______ 25-7 PSU leads 1-0 1979 at US International ___ 22-28 1.500 820 800 1.234 1996 Weber State# _______ 10-35 8.274 4.164 2009 Weber State# _______ 29-36 6.100 4.000 Southern Oregon leads 11-9-1 1952 at Southern Oregon___ 7-28 1953 Southern Oregon _____ 0-12 1954 at Southern Oregon__ 19-32 1955 at Southern Oregon___ 6-20 1956 at Southern Oregon___ 6-13 1957 Southern Oregon ______ 6-7 1958 at Southern Oregon__ 14-21 1959 Southern Oregon _____ 7-12 1960 at Southern Oregon__ 20-39 1961 Southern Oregon ____ 19-39 1962 at Southern Oregon__ 26-41 1963 Southern Oregon ____ 19-14 1964 at Southern Oregon__ 21-21 1965 Southern Oregon _____ 20-8 1966 at Southern Oregon__ 20-10 1967 Southern Oregon ___ 36-13 1968 at Southern Oregon___ 13-6 1969 Southern Oregon _____ 54-7 1970 at Southern Oregon___ 24-0 1975 Southern Oregon _____ 58-7 2009 Southern Oregon ____ 34-10 PSU leads 10-1 1961 Western Washington __ 13-7 1965 at Western Washington 2-13 1966 Western Washington _ 40-13 1967 at Western Washington 21-16 1968 Western Washington _ 27-20 1972 at Western Washington 10-7 1973 Western Washington _ 24-12 1974 at Western Washington _ 9-5 1981 Western Washington __ 49-0 1999 Western Washington _ 48-28 2000 Western Washington _ 37-20 3.500 1987 Sacramento State ____ 24-0 6.034 1984 at Sacramento State _ 38-21 5.472 1980 South Dakota State __ 48-17 4.043 Utah leads 1-0 1981 at Utah _____________ 0-46 24. 18-12 WSU leads the Big Sky series.079 16.890 1981 at Weber State ______ 16-31 16.037 5.650 1985 at Weber State ______ 24-45 6.709 PSU leads 3-0 1978 South Dakota State __ 42-21 3.233 Attendance of games prior to 1969 unavailable Location of games prior to 1958 unavailable # Big Sky Conference Game * NCAA II Playoff Game ^ NCAA 1 FCS Playoff Game Cal Poly is formerly Cal Poly-SLO Cal State Northridge is formerly San Fernando Texas A&M Kingsville is formerly Texas A&I Western Oregon is formerly Oregon College of Ed.194 1997 at Weber State# ______ 7-16 9.589 1992 at Sacramento State _ 28-35 1.400 7.657 7.500 2.000 17.519 PSU leads 2-0 1989 Western Illinois ______ 14-7 9.300 1989 Sacramento State ___ 42-19 9.967 2007 Weber State# _______ 68-73 8.917 1974 at Santa Clara _______ 26-27 5.082 1979 at San Francisco State 37-10 1.263 812 8.925 15.095 2.643 1984 Weber State ________ 27-24 2.239 SACRAMENTO STATE PSU leads the all-time series.673 4.109 7.798 8.000 1.106 2.659 WESTERN WASHINGTON SOUTHERN OREGON ST.672 3.436 PSU leads 1-0 1987 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 33-7 3.395 WESTERN ILLINOIS TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE SEATTLE RAMBLERS Series tied 1-1 1955 Seattle Ramblers ____ 12-27 1963 Seattle Ramblers ____ 31-13 SHIPPENSBURG SIMON FRASER PSU leads 1-0 1989 Shippensburg (PA) ____ 31-3 9.976 1984 South Dakota State __ 17-14 4.051 2002 at Weber State# _____ 14-20 4.885 21.780 4.111 1998 Weber State# _______ 34-27 7.660 SLIPPERY ROCK PSU leads 1-0 1990 Slippery Rock ________ 30-0 14.957 1999 at Sacramento State# 14-41 8.310 2006 at Weber State# _____ 20-10 6.747 2002 at Sacramento State# 34-20 6.887 7.410 2007 Sacramento State# __ 35-24 8.372 8.238 2002 Stephen F.500 6. Mary’s __________ 35-21 6.252 3.829 1979 at Weber State ______ 16-13 10.236 1983 Sacramento State ___ 25-16 2.600 2.750 1991 Sacramento State ___ 35-19 11.921 2004 at Sacramento State# _ 31-0 6.484 5.917 1996 Sacramento State# __ 38-31 8.763 2005 Sacramento State# __ 28-12 4.

460 4.135 4. 43-44 L.942 11.125 5 19. 35-27 W. 17-52 W.846 84.373 13.772 4.548 96.288 6 105. 14-21 L.486 1995 1 4.136 21.087 19. 48-16 W.924 6 26. All Total Avg.777 118.934 13.645 (avg.947 13. 16-58 L. 30-0 W. 14-51 L.785 87.425 4 33.457 106. Road Total Avg.564 41.114 30. Steve Brenner 1987 2 37. 31-34 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2 5 5 5 4 5 7 6 5 5 6 6 5 6 7 6 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 6# 6 6 6 6 5 4 5 5 6 5.071 206.925 6.000) due to construction at PGE Park Yearly Attendance includes only regular season games.825 24.926 11.543 4.689 13.621 5.391 6 33.129) # PSU played its home schedule at Hillsboro Stadium (capacity 10. It took place Sept.785 112.902 7.790 5.895 10.373 1991 3 41.263 14.066 16.296 10.393 5 47.679 4 17.867 6.679 39.762 37.371 13.294 2.698 4.513 4.723 18.461 46.757 5.027 4. actual tickets sold were 100.950 51.500 4.763 6.539 20.408 39.215 6.660 10.946 5 84.863 74.000 42.889 10. 20.321 5 53.205 63.159 33.733 1992 3 33.079 19. 20.182 50.363 17.612 5.729 8.082 57.669 4. 17-27 L.367 3.974 2. Prior to the 2001 season.609 3.743 6.052 15.925 15.246 12.470 16. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 117 .588 130.075 97.833 4 24.159 2.489 7.984 29.000 9.775 41. 27-21 W.915 5 29.081 7.651 10.603 30.173 11.000 11.590 8.939 12.627 7. 21-53 W.621 98.329 109.712 81.227 6 35.925 7.486 13.696 5 44. 6-34 L.257 3.425 29.534 60. 9-48 L.199 33.920 23.037 42.082 NA NA NA 5 21.835 More than 16.144 6 67.669 (NCAA 1-AA Playoffs) 2000 1 1 10.068 10.496 106.500 9.945 NOTES * attendance listed is turnstile.190 130.949 27.865 12.296 6.852 60.318 5 78.105 33.122 23.172 9.000 3 4 2 3 3 1 2 2 47.486 4.ATTENDANCE RECORDS YEARLY ATTENDANCE Home Total Avg. PGE Park was known as Civic Stadium.316 1.249 6.199 155.434 5 51.552 18.126 4.071 4. 7-35 L. Road Total Avg.746 41.985 8.039 10.066 53.908 42.285 13.778 * NCAA II playoff game PLAYOFF ATTENDANCE (NCAA II Playoffs) Home Total Avg.268 49.818 6 28.599 5 22.415 3. 14-41 L.171 16.977 31.780 5.715 26.955 14.346 36.311 5 64.765 17.110 7.577 6.434 16.353 4.380 85.082 32.199 13.132 9.978 5 26.167 14.000 9.859 13. 13-7 L.659 10.446 Oregon State North Alabama Texas A&M-Kingsville* Mankato State* Texas A&M-Kingsville* Northern Michigan* Pittsburg State* Montana Grambling State Montana (ot) Indiana (PA)* Texas A&M-Kingsville Cal Poly-SLO Mankato State* Southern Utah Slippery Rock Southern Utah Montana Angelo State Calgary California Oregon Oregon San Diego State Hawai’i Fresno State Oregon State Oregon State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Boise State Oregon Hawai’i New Mexico Montana Utah Washington State Montana Montana 1983 1993 1988 1987 1990 1987 1991 1976 2001 1999 1989 1992 1990 1991 1988 1990 1994 1988 1993 1992 2006 2006 2002 2007 2000 2004 2005 2009 2003 1999 1997 2005 1994 1977 2006 2009 1981 2008 2005 2007 L.891 6.760 53.511 12.833 16.367 6 73.306 42.883 7.231 2.711 10.000 fans attended Portland State’s first game in the newly-remodeled PGE Park.986 7.142 10.886 86.491 2.669 15. 0-17 L. 21-0 W.493 56.456 3.102 22.843 118.597 7.941 13.173 7.583 5.062 4 16.706 12.144 12.818 50.409 37.945 12. 7-34 L.157 5 82.795 4 22.662 42.746 12.300 5 35.007 9.500 5.535 25.296 84.378 4 53. All Total Avg. 16-42 L.158 18.887 5 80.351 15.357 6.226 81. 0-46 L.154 5 73. 2001 against Grambling State.799 10.275 14.337 12.925 1994 1 4.294 51.587 ROAD 61.743 86.561 35.573 8.223 6 72.842 5 23.062 14. 16-42 L.660 6.075 76.413 NA NA NA 10 10 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 57. 29-30 W.594 5.216 7.911 11.682 5 28.733 14. 50-49 L.726 24.062 46. 32-44 W.767 2.028 5 24.017 25.272 4.925 7. 52-24 W.016 13.945 12.508 6 66.159 119.825 2.395 16.621 5.817 118. 23-36 W.077 7.687 1989 2 24.798 17. LARGEST CROWDS TO WATCH THE VIKINGS HOME 26.300 5.058 1993 1 7.479 15. 17-6 L.068 7.733 11.549 32.654 5 46. 17-49 L.650 1.784 22.000 5.752 6.058 7.413 4. 14-9 W. 55-0 L.761 6 116.744 115.557 5.638 2. 37-27 W.811 6.373 6.700 5.456 9.263 41.048 61.900 52.674 32.729 5.505 29.735 6.797 9. 0-41 L.091 1.395 4.699 55.891 5.445 5 34.957 4.945 1 12.866* 40.307 98.008 10.788 7.875 36.677 51.065 109.242 8.510 36.098 4 28.763 1 1 11.716 38.327 61.718 7.768 16. 45-20 L.780 55. 45-7 W.875 9.716 13.432 6.734 8.270 60.757 9.212 4.923 66.605 23.355 149.272 10. 12-55 L.913 8.090 12.049 17.795 17.806 14.047 88.868 8. 16-37 L.479 24.260 5.110 50. 1 12. 12-21 W.836 9. 51-48 L.717 4 21.222 14.975 6.036 16.954 10.424 6 38.082 7.348 7 177.745 14.579 1988 3 44.805 34.

395 5. and led the nation in total offense in 1995. AL Atten. PSU 38 Portland Portland Portland Portland Portland Portland Tackles: 20. Mankato State 21 PSU 13.945 118 2010 Portland State Vikings Football .210 Portland 21.000 PSU 56. UC Davis. The Vikings were 3-8. The Vikings reached the championship game in 1987 and 1988. Henry Newson vs. PSU 21 PSU 42. the Portland State football program earned a berth in the post-season playoffs. PSU 0 Portland 4. including 12-4 at home. Delaware. 1994 DEFENSE PSU 34. Texas A&I 27 North Dakota State 35. LONGEST SCORING PLAYS VIKING PLAYOFF SCORES . Angelo State. PSU 14 Newark. Burnell Harvin vs. Orshawante Bryant vs. 1989. 0-3 on the road and 0-2 at neutral sites (both NCAA II national championship games in Florence. 1987 Fumble Recoveries: 2.657 13. 1987. Pittsburg State. 1991 Interceptions: 2. PSU 15 Portland PSU 29. 1992 Passes Attempted: 56. Mankato State 27 Pittsburg State 53. SINGLE-GAME PLAYOFF RECORDS OFFENSE Rushing Attempts: 28. West Chester. Jason Ney vs. Angelo State. 5-6. James Fuller vs. Neil Fendall vs. West Chester. Indiana (PA). Angelo State. UC-Davis 28 PSU 35.036 7. East Texas State 35 Texas A&M-Kingsville 30.336 12. West Chester. 1994 Field Goal: 44 yards. Mankato State. 1991 Rushing: 26 yards. 1987. 1994 Passes Completed: 32. Bowie State (MD) 17 PSU 20.888 14. West Chester. PSU 21 Portland 9. West Chester.795 10. 1989 Touchdown Passes: 6.363 17. 8-3. 1991. PSU 17 Location Portland Portland Florence. PSU was selected as the number 15 seed in the 2000 playoffs and traveled to Delaware for a first round game. Greg Kantola vs. 1989 Pass Receptions: 13. 1991 Receiving Touchdowns: 3.660 Passing: 65 yards. West Chester. 1987 Texas A&M-Kingsville 50. Angelo State. Northern Michigan. Rais Aho vs. Texas A&I 30 Pittsburg State 41. West Chester.079 Florence. UC-Davis. Darren Del’Andrae vs. Mankato State.NCAA II 1987 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship 1988 1st Round Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship 1989 1st Round Quarterfinal 1991 1st Round Quarterfinal Semifinal 1992 1st Round Quarterfinal Semifinal 1993 1st Round 1994 1st Round Quarterfinal 1995 1st Round Quarterfinal Score PSU 27. UC-Davis. John Charles to Henry Newson vs. between 1987 and 1995. 2000 Yards Receiving: 209. 19.PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL HISTORY POST-SEASON HISTORY Portland State has made a total of nine post-season appearances in its history . Texas A&M-Kingsville. Brent Napierkowski vs.275 17.NCAA I 2000 1st Round Delaware 49. Don Finkbonner vs. Rais Aho vs. Mankato State.486 Texas A&M-Kingsville 21. Joe Rodgers vs. Rais Aho vs. 1994. Texas A&M-Kingsville. Angelo State 0 Portland 4. Marcus Royster vs. DE 12. Northern Colorado 24 PSU 37. Tommie Johnson vs. The Vikings are 12-98 all-time in playoff games. 1989 Touchdowns: 5. Ace Salu vs. PSU 16 Kingsville. Jason Hefley vs. the semifinals in 1991 and 1992.925 PSU 56. 1991 Rushing Touchdowns: 2. PSU 0 Portland PSU 28. Jeff Crowell vs.773 Portland 13. Mankato State. Sammie Burroughs vs. 1991 Sacks: 2. 1989 Yards Passing: 381. Pittsburg State. 1994.669 Kingsville. Darren Del’Andrae vs.eight as an NCAA II member and one as an NCAA I FCS participant. AL). NCAA II Portland State reached the playoffs eight times in the last nine years it was a Division II member. Darren Del’Andrae vs. 1994. TX 11. 1989. 1992 Yards Rushing: 178. 1987. Jacksonville State 13 PSU 35. Joe Carlisle vs. Joe Rodgers vs. West Chester (PA) 50 (3 ot) Portland Indiana (PA) 17. Angelo State. Kyle Allen vs. 1992 Returns: 23 yard interception. Northern Michigan 7 Troy State 31. 8-3 in their first five Division I seasons.000 VIKING PLAYOFF SCORES .763 9. Troy State. Don Finkbonner vs. Bowie State. AL 6.351 9. Don Finkbonner vs. Northern Colorado. TX 9. 4-7. The playoff selection was the culmination of a building process Head Coach Tim Walsh started in 1996. Rais Aho vs. 1989 NCAA 1 FCS In just its fifth season as an NCAA 1 FCS competitor and third season eligible.180 7. 1994.

DT Regan Hyde. RB Dave Swanson. DT Mitch Messina. LB 1986 Brian Coushay. LB 1984 Terry Summerfield. 1994. FS Larry Hall. DL Tim Upshaw. DL 1992 Coach of the Year: Pokey Allen Offensive MVP: John Charles. RB Bob Boyer. QB Barry Naone. DT 1988 Chris Crawford. QB Barry Naone. LB 1994 Sam Peoples. WR Bob Dodd. DB 1991 Coach of the Year: Pokey Allen Offensive MVP: John Charles. QB Derek Baldwin. 1992. FS Barry Naone. RB Defensive MVP: Kevin Woolfolk. 1992 NCAA II Playoff participant (member 1981-95): 1987. DB Doug Mikolas. 1995 NCAA II HONORS ALL-AMERICANS 1976 June Jones. in a game from the early ‘90s. 1991. LB Oscar Hicks. OG HARLON HILL AWARD NCAA Division II Player of the Year balloting 1987 Chris Crawford (4th) 1988 Chris Crawford (2nd) 1992 John Charles (3rd) 1995 Steve Papin (3rd) *Portland State also competed as a NCAA 1-AA independent from 1978 to 1980. OG 1991 James Fuller. DL Anthony Spears. QB Bill Duarte. OT Barry Naone. OL Mike Palomino. LB Chris Crawford. QB Brian Coushay. TE Bill Duarte. OL Darren Del’Andrae. WR Steve Lyle. LB Kevin Woolfolk. QB Defensive MVP: Tracey Eaton. LB Brian Fish. WR David Morris. OG Steve Sahlinger. TE 1992 John Charles. TE Larry Hall. C Regan Hyde. FS Tom Priest. QB Bret Rodarte. OL James Fuller. DB 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 119 . 1989. FS Rick Cruz. 1st team All-Western Football Conference Selections 1982 Chris Nyte. C Brent Napierkowski. WR Roland Aumueller. LB 1983 Steve Lyle. 1993. RB James Fuller. TE Tim Corrigan. K Anthony Spears. OL Curtis Delgardo. OL Dave Swanson. QB Alan Boschma. WR Ed Yoder. WR Bill Duarte. LB 1989 Coach of the Year: Pokey Allen Rinaldo Shackelford. CB (AFCA) Jesus Moreno. DL Mike Peterson. WR Curtis Delgardo. QB Burnell Harvin. LB 1987 Coach of the Year: Pokey Allen Offensive MVP: Chris Crawford. 1988. DB 1990 Alan Boschma. RB Ahtagi Atagi. TE Rais Aho. RB Desmond Isom. OL Paul Still. OL Frank Mayo. Here. including the fans calling plays for one possession each game. the crowd definitely wants to pass. OT * Stuart Gaussoin. TE Chris Crawford. RB Roger Daniels. WR* 1980 Neil Lomax. DT Mark Crawford. there were a number of crazy promotions. 1991. QB * 1984 Doug Mikolas. DL Kurt Simmons.PORTLAND STATE IN NCAA II FOOTBALL Western Football Conference Champions (member 1982-92): 1984. QB (AFCA) 1977 Dave Steif. TE 1989 Darren Del’Andrae. C Mike Erickson. QB Scott Lindsay. OT Tracey Eaton. QB 1993 Rick Cruz. OT Ed Yoder. WR Roland Aumueller. LB Dominique Hardeman. OT 1995 Steve Papin. FS Scott Taube. OG Doug Mikolas. 1989. LB 1988 Coach of the Year: Pokey Allen Offensive MVP: Curtis Delgardo. DT 1985 Terry Summerfield. WR Matt Kulu. RB (AFCA) Moe Tauilo. PASS OR RUN? Back in the Vikings’ Division II days. 1987. WR 1979 Kurt Ivanoff. 1988.

QB. FB. FB. HB Mike Haftorson. Oregon Collegiate Conference All-League Selections (only one team selected after 1957) 1958 Ward Sayles. OG Mike Schrunk. 2nd team 1956 Bob Wheeler. PSU records: 1950: 0-2-1 1951: 1-2 1952: 0-3 1953: 2-1 1954: 2-2 1955: 1-3 1956 Eastern Oregon Oregon College Southern Oregon Portland State Oregon Tech 1957 Southern Oregon Oregon College Oregon Tech Portland State Eastern Oregon 1958 Oregon College Southern Oregon Portland State Eastern Oregon Oregon Tech 1959 Oregon Tech Southern Oregon Eastern Oregon Portland State Oregon College 1960 Oregon Tech Southern Oregon Portland State Oregon College Eastern Oregon 1961 Southern Oregon Oregon College Portland State Oregon Tech Eastern Oregon W-L 4-0 2-2 2-2 1-3 1-3 W-L-T 3-0-1 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 0-3-1 W-L 4-0 3-1 2-2 1-3 0-4 W-L 4-0 3-1 2-2 1-3 0-4 W-L-T 4-0-0 3-1-0 1-2-1 1-3-0 0-3-1 W-L-T 4-0-0 2-1-1 2-2-0 1-2-1 0-4-0 The Vikings were Oregon Collegiate Conference Champions under Head Coach Jerry Lyons (second from right. E George Kane. HB Bob Wheeler. DT Frank McCormack. DE Jim Gaul. T. 2nd team 1963 Jim Hollingsworth. T. E. 1st team Sam Haina. T. C Jack Carroll. FB. 1st team Gene Rider. DE Bill White. 2nd team 1954 Jack Knudsen. OT Bill White. 2nd team 1955 Jack Knudsen. HB Andy Berkis. LB Bob Wheeler. QB. E. HB. LB 1962 Gery Weber. 2nd team Darrold Farr. G 1960 Frank McCormack. HB. S Bill Turner. 1st team Dick Edwards. DT Bob Holcomb. C Dave Roberts. E. G. E Jack Carroll. S NAIA HONORS ALL-AMERICAN 1963 Jim Hollingsworth. 2nd team 1957 Chuck Withers. 1st team Bill Turner. T. 1st team Sam Roberts. OG Andy Berkis. PSU went 4-0 to win its first conference championship of any kind. DT Bob Weber. FB Gery Weber. HB 1953 Jerry Garrett.PORTLAND STATE IN NAIA FOOTBALL OREGON COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE STANDINGS Standings from 1950-55 unavailable. 2nd team Harvey Neffendorf. 2nd team Chuck Becker. 1st team Gene Rider. dark jacket) in 1963. The Vikings won the OCC again in 1964. HB 1959 Herb Harms. 2nd team Darrold Farr. 2nd team Norm Fenton. DE John Woodward. 2nd team Dave Starbuck. LB Ron Simonson. T. E. E. C. DT Ron Simonson. FB Mickey Gray. FB Dick Marlowe. 1st team Chuck Withers. G. 3rd team 1962 W-L Portland State 3-1 complete standings not available 1963 Portland State Southern Oregon Oregon Tech Oregon College Eastern Oregon 1964 Portland State Southern Oregon Oregon Tech Eastern Oregon Oregon College W-L 4-0 3-1 2-2 1-3 0-4 W-L-T 3-0-1 3-0-1 2-2-0 1-3-0 0-4-0 120 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . 2nd team Dale Stewart. DB 1964 Mike McKeel. DT Sam Roberts. QB Bill White. G 1961 Bob Williams. FB Mickey Gray. C Dave Roberts.

twice. featuring Air Station. was achieved university status. Portland State did not eight years. ing to the emergPortland State.schedule also competed at the 1-AA level from proved challeng1978-80). a two-year school at the time. The Vikings tory.5-4 program. Davis took over as Head Coach in 1975 following the departure of Ron Stratten. 1969-70: First back-to-back winning seasons The Viking program. PSU became an competing exclusiveNCAA College Division member in ly at the small college the mid-1960s. four different Football Coach . going 5-4 with wins on its 64th season of football in the over Wenatchee. The Run-and-Shoot employed a passheavy. Prominent Vikings of the Era Billy White. first 3. it continued Prominent Vikings of the Era to struggle. growth of the Viking football program has paralleled that of the University 1955-74 and its Athletics Department. which played as an ing college athletic independent during much of its hisprogram. In 1975. Portland State had five winning seasons and two seasons at . led by Jerry Lyons was head coach for the 1963 Athletic DirecJoe Holland. first coach and athletic director season through the mid-1970s. then joined the 1962 and had Don Read was Portland State’s Head Big Sky Conference in 1996. Clark and Olympic Junior year 2010. 36-7. to a four-year college in the 50s. June Jones (11) was the first quarterback to make Mouse Davis’ “Run-and-Shoot” offense famous during the 1975 and 1976 seasons. PSU scored a schoolrecord 366 points (33. PSU would have 19 winning seasons and prove to become one of the most innovative and explosive offensive football programs at any level. following through the first a . RB VANPORT: THE EARLY Andy Berkis.the same year that the school Vanport. The transformation began with a man named Darrel “Mouse” Davis. teams from Washington. Mouse Davis’ teams scored 50 or more points 16 times in six seasons. what Portland State University followers didn’t Key Moments know is they were about to witness a revolu1947: Vanport fields first team tion in football and the fortunes of its football 1949: The first winning season . then evolved into a level. Head Coach the early years of Tom Oberg. the Key Moments Vanport Extension 1955: Vanport becomes Portland State Center (PSU in its College and a four-year institution. Vanport’s season and led Portland State College to its tor Joe Holland first football coach. RUN AND SHOOT In its first 28 seasons of football.and 1-AA program in the late 90s (PSU tougher . PSU 1-8 in its first season.000-yard receiver is recorded from Don Read. managing just one more winning Joe Holland.63 YEARS OF PORTLAND STATE FOOTBALL P ortland State University will embark under Holland in 1949. S.and that was just the beginning. first 1. tion. best record to date: 6-2. However. Behind his revolutionary new “Run-and-Shoot” offense (developed in the late 1960s at Hillsboro (OR) HS) and a strong-armed quarterback named June Jones. WR. All along the way. As the Viking program continued to 1947-54 move up its level of competition.500 season in 1964. Idaho. Montana and Vanport had its first winning season California. It also became known as and most diverse institution of higher educaPortland State College. The move to a NCAA II program and finally a NCAA more consistent . reached moved to its downtown location in 1952 university status in 60s and by the turn of the and became a four-year degree granting century became the state of Oregon’s largest institution in 1955. The previous 63 seasons Colleges.500. including a perfect 5-0 home mark. In the following 27 years.979 yards . the coaches.schedule. Viking athletics began in a primitive SMALL COLLEGE FOOTBALL form during the early days of the extension Ralph Davis took over as center in the 1940s. was a member of the NCAA II did not have a winning Western Football Conference from season from 1954 to 1982 to 1992.and regional . growth as the university itself blossomed Vanport. multiple-receiver offense that confused defenses. Don Read . An assistant coach at Portland State. RB YEARS OF VIKING FOOTBALL Tim Von Dulm. Davis led the Viking program to new heights .000-yard passer Although little Randy Nelson. competed mainly against small see another winning year until 1969 under colleges. junior colleges and military bases. QB. then grew to compete head coach in 1955 as in the Oregon Collegiate Conference Portland State began in the 1950s and 60s. which was originally located in from a two-year extension center in the 1940s the community of Vanport in North Portland.2 ppg) and passed for 3. formative years) first 1965: PSC becomes NCAA member fielded a football 1968-71: Don Read’s first PSU coaching stint team in 1947. At this point. Mouse is seen here with Mike Bush. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 121 . Its first win came in the had become an NCAA member. playing a forseason’s final game against Sand Point Naval midable .an 8-3 record. But. first NFL player Viking football. as well as Oregon Tech and Tongue have seen remarkable change and Point Naval Station.

NFL Dave Stief. PSU had a home. Weber State. DB. with four more winning records. established PSU yardage and TD records. Delaware State and 75-0 vs. Then in 1982. financial issues threatened many of PSU’s athletic programs. TE. As a coach with the Breakers’ team and many previous seasons at the collegiate level.with his offbeat. humorous personality . DT. NFL Coach June Jones. LB. Although the member teams of the WFC morphed throughout the 1980s and into the early 90s. LB Fred Nordgren. For Read. Ernest “Pokey” Allen needed a job. Head Coach. Read led the Vikings to its first winning season as a WFC member and since 1980 as the Vikings went 8-3. 105-0 Under Davis. All-American Steve Lyle.102 in game with Oregon State 1984: PSU wins first of six WFC titles POKEY 1975-80 Prominent Vikings of the Era Mouse Davis. Head Coach Doug Mikolas. But that was just an appetizer for the football-hungry Viking fans. WR. OT. PSU was somewhere in the middle. 405 career tackles Arthur Dickson. the Mouse Davis era continued the transient. easily the best of the nine coaches during PSU’s first 34 years of football. Pokey .000 passing yards and 100 touchdowns 1978-80: PSU’s first stint at NCAA I FCS level 1980: PSU routs Delaware State. At the NCAA II level. Super Bowl Champion Stuart Gaussoin. NFL. All-American Kurt Ivanoff. Jones and later Neil Lomax dazzled their opponents . QB Key Moments 1981: PSU becomes NCAA II program. In 1980 alone. 29 career interceptions Key Moments 1975-76: Mouse Davis takes over and PSU has best record to date in consecutive seasons (8-3) 1977-80: Neil Lomax rewrites record book with over 13. Lomax tossed a school-record seven touchdown passes .26. For the first time since the 1960s. put the Viking football program on the map.220 yards during his four-year career (1977-80). Over the next six seasons. 1981-85 Prominent Vikings of the Era Don Read. Lest football observers think the Vikings were 122 Although Portland State had become an NCAA member many years prior.in the first quarter. DEVELOPING A FIRM FOOTING AT DIVISION II Following the dissolution of the United States Football League (USFL) and the Portland Breakers franchise. 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . he restarted a tradition of Viking football that would lead to six WFC championships over a span of nine years. per game offensive numbers in the vicinity of 500 yards. All-Time passing leader. the Viking program became ingrained as an NCAA II-level institution. Lomax and Davis all took their remarkable talents to the National Football League following their time at PSU. And he made way for another Portland State football coach with a funny nickname. the Viking program churned out five straight seasons of more than 4. Don Read begins his second stint as Head Coach 1982: The Vikings join the Western Football Conference 1983: PSU draws largest-ever home crowd . The innovative offense devised by Davis was simply more than many college defenses could handle. reach the NCAA II title game twice (1987 and 1988).Neil Lomax led Portland State’s offense to record numbers and scores as he passed for 13. QB. Allen led the team to a respectable 6-5 record in his first season. 105-0 vs. Finally. the challenges were once again great as Portland State tried to maintain its balance as an athletic program as well as a football program. Junes. All-American. it was deemed that the struggling men’s basketball program would be dropped (it was reinstated in 1996) and football would play on. Unfortunately. All-American. more than anyone. While a number of lower-profile sports were dropped in 1981 as a cost-cutting measure. DT Tony Mims. and a pair of AllAmerican quarterbacks. at that time. All-American Ron Seawell. Coinciding with Don Read’s return as Head Coach at Portland State in 1981. Cal Poly Pomona. PSU would compete in a conference. Mouse compiled a 42-24 record (.000 passing yards. In 1984. consider that Lomax only played half of that game. but not quite big-time either. He was later inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame and the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. Once the PSU administration hired him in 1986 he proved them correct. about the same amount in similar blowouts. RB Terry Summerfield. NFL Clint Didier. But they. developing a consistent schedule and rivalries. among those being considered for elimination were men’s basketball and football. QB. Football was not immune. Tony Mims set a Portland State record with 405 career tackles from 1974-77. running up the score. independent schedule of the Viking program.scoring over 50 points 14 times during those years.seemed to be a good fit at a lessthan-conventional university like Portland State. WR. Although Read moved on to coach at the University of Montana in 1986.636). In the win over Delaware State. collegiate head coach Neil Lomax. NFL player and coach. PSU would win five Western Football Conference titles.and often humiliated them on the scoreboard . Not small college. In his six seasons. PSU put up winning scores that boggled the mind: 93-7 vs. Portland State made a move that helped recreate some identity for the program by joining the Western Football Conference.

By the mid-90s. All-American Key Moments 1987: PSU reaches NCAA II title game 1988: PSU reaches second straight NCAA II title game 1987-92: PSU wins five WFC titles in six years. All-American Ed Yoder. The Vikings went 10-5 in playoff games during that era as Allen compiled a 63-26-2 record over seven seasons. winning 10 of 15 playoff games.Pokey Allen was. All-American Curtis Delgardo.. QB.. however. OT. and coached the Vikings to 63 wins and six playoff appearances in seven seasons from 1986 to 1992. PSU averaged over 10.000-yard rusher Ted Popson. RB. FS. WALSH LEADS THE VIKINGS TO A NEW LEVEL OF PLAY When Pokey Allen left PSU after the 1992 season to become Head Coach at Boise State. All-American Darren Del’Andrae. All-American Bill Duarte. 1986-92 Prominent Vikings of the Era Pokey Allen. Again. In 1995. complete three 11-win seasons and become one of the most dominant Division II football programs in the nation. Allen’s crazy promotions and the lack of success during that time of the state’s major college football programs. Curtis Delgardo became the first Viking running back to rush for 1. played a cowboy. The Western Football Conference had disbanded after 1992 as member schools moved to other conferences. TE. Allen could be seen riding elephants.. NFL John Charles. New Head Coach Tim Walsh (who was hired at Christmas of that year in part because of leading his Sonoma State program to a win over the Viking juggernaut the previous season) picked up the mantle successfully. and allowing fans to call plays . An opening existed in the Big Sky Conference as Idaho and Boise State were moving out. Coach. and again in ‘94 and ‘95. warned of impending meteor showers. Portland State was traveling to all parts of the country for games and found it increasingly difficult to bring “name” schools to Portland for games against such a dominant team. making astronomical predictions.. NFL James Fuller. the everchanging status of Portland State University and its athletics program was at another crossroads. All-American Barry Naone.all in the name of selling tickets. NFL Chris Crawford. the Vikings were an independent. OG. Allen brought the Vikings attention through his quirky personality and PSU’s goofy promotional stunts. and all of PSU’s programs could benefit from playing a regional schedule against similar-sized schools In 1987. first 1. Five-time WFC Coach of the Year Tracey Eaton. TE. betting his paycheck against that of the school newspaper sports editor’s paycheck. a free spirit. the Viking team was a top-ten caliber pro- 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 123 . QB. winning 25 games in his first three seasons. TE. while hosting all but the championships gram. FS. offered red-hot football tickets.708). That trend continued over the next seven years as Portland State was one of the top-drawing schools in the nation at the NCAA II level. All-American. It worked. establishing the best winning percentage of any coach at PSU (. an increasingly difficult position to be in in the world of collegiate athletics. Portland State football became a hot ticket as a result of its success on the football field and national prominence. He rode elephants.000 fans per game for the first time in 1988.000 yards in a season. QB. well. All-American Larry Hall. the university and its athletic program determined that the best move for Portland State would be to the Division I level. Walsh took the Vikings right back to the playoffs in 1993. More than just the football though.

. the Portland State program .with near the full complement of 63 1-AA scholarships . 4-7 in 1997. 2007 set an NCAA record for most points (141) and touchdowns (20) in a regulation game.their worst stretch of football since 1981-83. PSU made its first NCAA 1-AA playoff appearance in 2000 and narrowly missed bids in 1999 and 2001. finishes with 90) 2004: Vikings have top-ranked defense and rushing offense in the Big Sky Conference 2006: The Vikings defeat another 1-A opponent. QB. winningest Viking coach with a 90-68 overall Rick Cruz.” referred to the attitude he brought to Portland State upon his hire on Feb. 124 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Portland State suffered in the early going. All-American Steve Papin. ‘99 Eddie Robinson Award Finalist. Walsh’s steady hand at the helm of the Viking ship was a key. RB. DE. 7-4 as the program . All-American. All-American Charles Dunn. AFL All-Star Darick Holmes. despite the rebuilding process at the 1-AA level. Burton became the first African American Head Coach in the Big Sky Conference. NFL Sammie Burroughs. PSU was 3-8 in 1996. C. second all-time leading tackler in school history. LB. LB. Freshman quarterback Drew Hubel even tied Viking legend Neil Lomax’s record with nine touchdown passes in one game .matured. 2007: PSU and Weber State play in the highest scoring Division I regulation game in history. all-time leading rusher Jimmy Blanchard. Vikings moved the ball. 2007 and the brand of football his Viking team would play. all-time leading receiver. He coached the most games (158) and won the most (90) of any coach in Viking football history. CB. 8-4. 3rd team All-American. As expected. but gradually built the program up at the 1-AA level making progress each year. 4th all-time leading rusher. OL. All-American Sam Peoples. as former Head Coach Mouse Davis served as the offensive coordinator for two seasons. Remarkably. 2nd all-time leading rusher. NFL BRINGING THE FAMILY BACK Portland State hired Nigel Burton. Academic All-American Juston Wood. All-American. 7th in Big Sky history Joey King. a former Tim Walsh assistant in late 2009 to revitalize the program.” The addition of former NFL Head Coach Jerry Glanville as the Vikings’ new head coach in 2007 brought a different spark to Portland State and the Park Blocks. P/K. All-American. two-time first team All-American. Two-time Academic All-American.. 1993-2009 Prominent Vikings of the Era Tim Walsh. “YOU’RE GONNA LOVE THIS. RB. Arena League Terry Charles.fields a national caliber program that competes in one of the tough- est conferences and with one of the toughest nonconference schedules in the country. 27.. OL. RB. 5-6 in 1998. a 73-68 Wildcat win. Glanville’s mantra of “You’re gonna love this. In fact. leaving the Vikings with an active team of approximately 20 scholarship players. LB. RB. becomes first PSU-affiliated athlete to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated 2002: Walsh becomes PSU’s all-time leader in coaching wins (66.and it was Hubel’s first career start. 45-20 2000: First playoff appearance at 1-AA level 2001: James Hundon. two-time Academic All-American. second all-time leading passer at PSU Orshawante Bryant. QB. Now starting its 12th season as a Big Sky Conference member. but they would be competing with schools that had in excess of 60 scholarships.000 rushing yards. WR. Hawai’i. Arena League Ryan Fuqua. Glanville brought back the excitement of Run-and-Shoot football as well. All-American. two-time Academic All-American Shaun Bodiford. 3rd in Big Sky history Joe Rubin. Buck Buchanan Award Finalist Key Moments 1993: PSU becomes NCAA II independent 1993: PSU plays North Alabama in front of 22. LB. but struggled to win. LB.at a “big-time” level. CB.the most in the Division I era. Rimington Trophy winner Andy Schantz. All-American Jesus Moreno. In the 21 seasons that Pokey Allen and Tim Walsh led the Viking program. All-American. CB. LB. In 14 seasons as a head coach. NFL Paul Bradford. NFL Chris Cain. RB. 28. the highlights of the Glanville ear were limited. a 73-68 loss to Weber State on Oct. 17-6 2007: PSU has over 4. then leaped forward to 8-3. All-American Moe Tauilo. Walsh was the longest tenured football coach in PSU history. Arena League Bobby Singh. That meant 1-AA football for Portland State in 1996.136 fans at Civic Stadium 1993-95: PSU extend playoff run to eight appearances in nine seasons 1996: Athletic program makes move to Big Sky Conference and NCAA 1-AA football 1999: First winning season at 1-AA level: 8-3 and first national ranking 2000: First-ever win over a 1-A program. All-American. Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year. Coach.and those freshmen . Adding to the difficulty was Walsh’s decision to redshirt a host of talented freshman in the first season (a move that would later reap great rewards). WR. He lasted only three seasons as the Vikings went 9-24 . Walsh and his football program probably had the most challenging move to make of anyone at PSU. two-time Walter Payton Player of the Year candidate.000 season-ticket holders . Chip Dunn left Portland State with 16 school records and more than 6. PSU had 17 winning teams. NFL James Hundon. Unfortunately. WR. The Vikings scholarship level was in the mid-30s at that time. Arena League Rashad Floyd. AFL All-Star Dan Frantz. New Mexico. NFL. The Jordan Senn. Portland State football had a 153-94-2 record during that span. as a member of the XFL’s San Francisco Demons. NFL Adam Hayward. OL.. NFL Brennen Carvalho. WR.

94 Belles. 81. Brad 94 Callison. 71 Anderson. 58 Bell. Rod 69 Chalmers. Ron 71. 81 Anderson. 98 Bowen. 88. Gale 50 Buckles. 86 Berry. 86. 85. Ron 54 Bishop. 61 Cooksey. Rick 92. Chris 85. 96 Aumueller. Don 53. 65. Rick 75. Jimmy 97. Richard 80 Alexander. 61 Dominick. 83. Lee 74. 74. Matt 84. 80. 93 Burns. Aaron 05. 83 Ciliberto. 65. Jesse 95. 87. Travis 07. 85. 89. Derrick 98 Bramow. 76 Buckley. 68. Jordan 08 Beltz. Curtis 86. 91. 03. 70 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 125 . Larry 93. Bill 71. 68 Crouser. 75. 05 Bockert. Dexter 82. Gary 57. Bill 53 Castello. Rochelle 99. Skip 72. 83 Burke. 83 Cookman. Jeff 80. D. Willie 51 Bowman. Dave 68 Bailey. 93 Buckheit. 81 Baker. Jeff 84. Marv 69 Armstrong. 95 Billingsley. 92 Corbett. Eric 03. 53 Brown. Pat 58 Curtis.ALL-TIME VIKING LETTERWINNERS This list includes players who were known to have lettered at Portland State Banbrook. 74. Denzel 09 Davis. 72 Dias. Matt 05 Angel. 03. Phillip 53 Costa. 05 Bryant. Rodney 91 Clemons. Mike 87 Busch. Ben 72. 52 Barger. Tony 81. 95 Andreas. 75. Marvin 46 Crouser. 82. Jasper 08 Cross. 65. 81 Clemente. 70 Cichoke. Rais 90. Rick 87. Jason 04 Daily. 59 Craft. 80. 00 Cecil. Frank 46. 52. Scott 98. Dan 94 Chace. 75 Aronson. 65 Asay. 90. Chris 97. Tim 85. Michael 75. 63 Arthur. R. 90 Delaney. Mario 07. Jim 68 Cosgrove. 88. Ryan 03. Ken 55 Abraham. 00 Brown. Mike 08 Corrigan. 82 Bethune. 64. Tom 77 Birenbaum. 77 Biorn. Clint 79. Bob 71 Bailey. 91 Blair. 57 Conners. J. 68. Scott 74. Jeff 94 Crowston. 99. Jay 89. Dominic 03. 65 Bernhardt. Anthony 09 Davis. R. 78 Carter. John 68 Davis. 03. Jack 73 Berg. Phil 82 Cooper. Mike 73. 88 Allison. 78. 61 Davis. Ross 79. 77 Campbell. 85 Deleuw. Dennis 67. Jerit 96 Carr. Roy 47 Baldwin. John 74. Zach 09 Dickerson. 89 Brady. Carl 59. Bob 75 Armstrong. Keitrell 09 Anderson. 73 Davis. 73. 97 Dixon. Dave 68. 77 Chambers. 75 Boozer. 99. 88. Black 47. 68. 98. Troy 82 Baller. Jack 78 Corey. Mark 73 Covlin. 77 Brooks. Mark 81. 76. Derek 89. Tony 74. Bryon 60. Mu’Ammar 06 Alisa. 53 Ceasar. Barry 64. 91 Boswell. Ned 73. 90 Archie. 76 Bettinelli. 92. 05. 06. Norm 56. Frank 90 Cobbs. 96 Casey. 04. Bo 04 Bolton. Arthur 73. Larry 64. Steve 78. 66 Adelsman. 80. Chris 92. Pat 46 Bradford. Spencer 82 Cruz. 52 Brown. D. Tony 93. 93 Cummings. 74. 69. Larry 64. Kevin 83. 93. Jerry 82 Baughman. Ken 81. Brooks 04 Allen. Mel 76 Delenikos. Tony 82. 83 Connor. 62 Daugherty. Robert 83 D’Ambrosio. 05. Scott 96. 80 Diddock. 98. Steve 07. 76 Dickson. Samuelu 94. Greg 93. 05. Vince 92 Caldwell. 01 Buttke. 89. 82. 02 Calderon. 95 Bogomil. 47 David. 79 Ali. 71. 88. Charlie 77. 05. 50 Coushay. 06 D B Bacceleri. Jordan Allen. Aaron 80 Bell. 75. Michael 03 Cathcart. Dennis 63 Brown. 72 Carey. Eldon 46. 06 Bledsoe. 69. Randy 69 Dickson. Tommy 72. Andy 62. Mike 86. Les 60 Brown. Dominic 09 Davidson. 91. Mike 01. Jim 52. L. 85 Cox. Kyle 94 Croyden. Jack 81 Behneke. 94. John 77. 98. Lamon 96 Calhoun. 81 Anderson. Mark 77 Burcham. 76. Ben 48 Blakely. 65 Antonetti. Josh 98 Carlisle. Jimmy Ray 01 Brown. Jim 95 Churchill. Stan 71 Dean. Steve 69 Booker. 90 Barron. 95 Allender. Berry 65 Best. 64 Cartesegna. Don 51. Jamal 02. Bill 86 Biondi. Chad 87 Carlisle. Terry 82 Burns. Mike 71 Anderson. Ricky 08. 52 Bates. 82. Chuck 49 Bailey. 76. 57. 52 Cripe. 99. 69. Jim 64. Eldon 60. 95 Aho. Brennan 04. 90 Carter. D. 08. 98. 00. 47 C Cain. Dale 46 Allison. 00 Cajal-Willis. 99. Darren 89. Pete 56 Beetham. Akaba 93. 83 Betty. 83 Burroughs. Orlando 94 Blain. Dave 82. Scott 87 Creal. 70 Ballard. Mike 75. Jack 58. 92 Corrado. James 90. 65 Curtis. 84 Danley. 00 Carroll. 62. 79 Buscher. Todd 84 Boyer. Johnathan 05. Mike 68. 76. Mark 79. 93. Randy 79 Avinger. Duane 77 Dewitte. Mark 78 Baker. Bill 60. 52 Bush. 06 Dodd. 90. 94. Don 74. Blake 83 Bilic. Bob 72 Cook. Jimmy 07. 84. Joe 46. Tanner 99. Jeff 80. Reggie 81. Mike 91 Brazel. 95 Chapin. 04. 72 DeNotta. 07 Allen. 04 Brown. Lex 85. 58. Lance. 48 Best. 92 Balkovich. 99. 59 Azorr. 90 Dodge. Jerome 95 Cassidy. Jon 61 Abts. Hank 67. 88 Bingham. Nick 99. 67. Jordan 06. Shaun 04. Jon 95 Brown. 97. 02 Brown. Condrew 04. 76. 94 Chandler. 47 Burke. Jerry 65 Bartlett. 82. 76 Davis. Devereaux 74. 99. Tony 03. 04 Cherry. 76 Cervantes. 75. 75. Wycliffe 90 Cunningham. Ty 08 Collins. Lewis 68 Dials. 76. 85. Eloka 08 Arana. Joel 91. Alan 90. Al 88. Steven 73. Mike 94. 06. Lorny 68. 57 Beltz. 75. Gene 49. Dave 84 Atwood. 95. 77. 81 Dombroski. Gary 62 Curtis. Alvin 72 Allen. Travis 92. Steve 59. 57. Charles 63 Beckley. 97 Bump. Steve 77 DiMayo. 77 Aumavae. Darrell 69. Brett 67. 87. 75 Bates. Bill 66. Mike 46 Ball. Bob 79 Countryman. 09 Coon. Cary 61. Roger 80. 79 Calkins. 91 Bratcher. 91 Brush. Tony 73. Don 73 Brown. 97. Greig 70 Childs. 57 Caughlin. 08 Collson. 59 Curtis. Jerry 76 Burright. Jeff 80 Budke. Eric 84. 83 Davtyan. 58 Brown. Brian 71. William 74 Clegg. 74 Bird. 02. 92 Charles. Jake 04 Chenault. Vince 69 Dittman. 54 Bowles. 98. 91. Reynard 01. 75. Gerald 57. Mike 76. 76 Dixon. Craig 83 Assily. John 91. Andre 99 Bixler. Jackie 96. 00. 04. Doug 60. 86 Austin. Aubre 95 Dickson. Dave 56. 57 Boschma. Matt 90. Leonard 46. 90 Baillie. Brad 75 Baumer. Mark 80. 65 Butenshoen. 89. 90 Carlson. 60. 90 Demings. 87. 04. Luke 46. Skee 83. Roland 83. Isaac 03 Arthur. 92 Aiken. Bruce 94 Carpenter. 58. 75. Matthew 93 Caron. Mark 80 Catalano. 08. Chris 07 Chambers. Bill 82 Carrie. Tony 74 Daniels. Deshawn 98. 91 Calwhite. 52 Chiles. 61. 83. Todd 83 Andersen. Gene 60. 66 Clark. 81. Jim 84. Kevin 76 Bodiford. 06. Darrell 72 Beard. 65. Cal 74. 77. Larry 75 Bafaro. 94 Beatty. Rick 77 Burt. Richard 77 Didier. Branden 04. 67 Davis. Dave 73 D’Olivo. Josh 82 Dean. Ben 74 Breedlove. Adis 01 Dawson. Stan 73 Chavira. 04 Carrillo. Brian 84. Tom 93 Barrett. 77 Bond. 96. Orshawante 97. Dennis 61. Tracey 85. Tom 04 Barnes. 62 Beestra. 93. 03. 67 Croome. 75. 99 Dearborn. Christian 06. Willis 99. Ron 72 Bendlele. 87. 83. 62. Jim 63 Anders. Harry 81 Adamson. Dave 86 Daily. 77 Cole. Monty 97. 87. Andre 93 Colasurdo. 95. 84. Mike 58 Burkholder. Don 89. 88 Allen. Jim 74 Cooper. Dennis 69. 71 Adams. Gary 96 97 Cloudt. 99. 06. Bruce 64. Bo 98 Byers. 87. Jon 70. 96. 61 Baird. 69. Mike 92. 75 Becker. 86 Commer. 52 Dienstel. 82. Ahtagi 82. 70 Conlan. Larry 56. 95. Chris 94. 60 Anderson. Vince 89. 82. 97. Jim 56. Rick 75 Bollam. 69 DeCamp. 74 Deans. John 97. 70 Barton. 00 Blatchley. Jon 83 Dalton. Ed 46. 60 Delance. 00 Andreas. 61 Boland. Chris 96. Chris 81. 66 Benz. 05 Aberle. 01 Cole. 61 Bolliger. 52 Burnley. Steve 03. 76. 85 Beane. Chuck 97. Doug 81. Dick 59. 94 Delaney. 96 Brame. Kevin 78. Bob 78. Bobby 02. Skinner 96 Ayer. N. Alano 93. 47 Bresler. 98. Bob 66 Brown. 94 Austin. Gordon 50 Biglow. 89. 57 Crowell. 00 Albrecht. Joe 48 Corral. 66. Darius 00. Tom 70 Dart. Steve 95. Larry 72. Sammy 94. Willie 56. 79. John 64. Jack 63. 47 A Abdullah. Chris 08 Atagi. 69 Biscerglia. Lloyd 50 Brown. 92 Blow. 00. 00 Butts. Larry 81 Childress. Steve 81. Gary 77 Button. 83 Atterholt. Paul 95. Ben 09 Bowen. Mike 79 Conceicao. 07. 08 D’Amilo. Robert 93 Ball. 91. Eric 92 Cummings. 09 Beer. 50 Burleson. 79 Brown. Darrell 68. Chuck 51. 82 Armstrong. 69 Bowerman. Ted 81 Clark. 83 Creagan. 85 Beyerlin. Phil 73. 88 Crawford. 68 Callahan. Rick 79 Del’Andrae. Rodney 74 Bellerive. Antonio 94. Terry 98. 09 Brown. Nick 87. 90. Chris 02. Nick 01. Bob 54 Bamber. Kyle 94. Chuck 73 Barton. 52 Cam. 97 Cook. J. Jim 95. 84 Davis. Richard 48. 04 Cvitanovich. Matt 07 Brand. L. 89. 70. 04 Berkis. 98. Don 82 Anyaorah. 86 Brown. 86. Tom 67. 05. 01. Gary 56. Jeff 92. 98. Freddie 74 Chodowski. 75. Brian 92. 93 Burley. 75 Adams. Clinton 72 Baker. Mark 90. 01 Chass. Tom 66. 07 Dace. Bob 85. 82 Butz. Stan 71 Carvalho. Paul 83 DeChaine. James 56 Clemens John 80. Sam 86 Barrett. 88. 04. 06. 75 Barron. Cheo. 99. 85 Burdett. 93 Christian. Tom 69. 07 Casebeer. Gene 64. John 75. Carl 63 Butler. 03. 71 Charles. 96. Dan 74. Rick 91. 48 Burnham. 60. Chad 87 Carey. Lamar 99. 08 Bennett. 99 Anstine. 72 Dalke. Ben 56. 78. Mitch 77 Burris. 88 Corso. B. 96 Clark. 62 Butler. Shane 90. Darren 00 Collins. 84 Black. 08 Coppess. Bob 87. Paul 61. 86 Brown. 02. 47. Mike 74. Ben 90. Dick 64. 94. 74 Barnes. 67 Cooper. Matt 93 Ayers. 99 Caseras. Clyde 79 Comstock. Bill 58. William 50 Baumgart. 07 Brooks.J. 05. Corey 86 Biedritzky. 00 Buchanan. Ken 76 Burton. 08 Dickson. 98 Crawford. 02 Carley. 75 Benjamin-Nichols. 64. 86. Alisa 83 Allen. 53 Becker. Jerome 97 Allen. 63. 07. Tom 82. 78 Delgardo. Dave 92. 95 Curry. Byron 74. 66. Brent 61. Lee 46. Mike 79 Binder. 84. 82. Ben 86. 52 Blanchard. Cam 96. Jim 74 Curiel. 98 Brandon. Steve 71 Bastian. Del 55 Curtis. Zach 09 Brumfield. Tim 81 DeLaura. Karl 93 Bigler. Dan 70. Ken 74. Matt 89 Ashenfelter. 95 Bursass. Nic 05 Couch. 48 Backstrom. Bill 74. Joe 87. 07. Leroy 49 Coleman. 65. 73 Coleman.

Trent 01. Tauheed 98 Jessie. Mike 72. 09 Eaton. 91 Edmonds. Ken 68 Fontleroy. 95 Hunt. Fred 54 Hornbeck. 59 Gilmore. 80. 06. 61 Eiden. 96 Gabbert. 90. Brooks 91. 98 Hosely. Regan 82. 57 Engler. Charles 97. 94 Holmes. 09 Fugate. Scott 82. 73. 68. George 59. 94. Charlie 79. Willie 82 Eichenberger. Tom 72 Heacock. Derek 03. 03 Hicks. 95 Edwards. Brian 83 Huggler. 03. 05. Ted 85. 58 Jenkins. 72 Frazier. 81. Meaalii 01 H G F Fa’avae. 98. 04. Ed 59. 52 Hornstein. 88. Rick 88. Darryl 58. 79. Dereck 09 Jester. Eric 79. 95 Hostetter. 84. Brent 99. Nate 63 Garrett. 71 Heiser. 85. 74 Heinze. Bryan 86 Hanson. Andre. 80. Orcott 84 Farr. Pierre 72. 61 Hauskins. 59 Frankin. Rick 78 Hunter. 62 Friesen. 01 Flora. 57. B. Matt 79 Edwards. 95. 64 Holmes. 05. Erik 94 Donnerberg. 82 Hitchens. 01. Oscar 89. 66. 61 Edwards. Gary 58. 81. Dan 97. 91. 58. Norm 81. 98 Hoyle. 71. 02 Gray. Andre 93. Dan 83 Durr. Adam 05. 67 Janes. Wally 54 Hayes. 06 Hazel. Ronnie 07 Faccio. Brian 75 Heinze. Robert 60. Jermaine 08. Dave 84 Harris. 96. Chas 70. 70 James. 80. Jim 78. Jerry 58. Greg 87 Guthmiller. Derek 92 Eckhardt. 99. 02 Jennings. Jerry 49. 06. 00 Hunter. Bill 86. Dave 73 Hicks. 84 Hoffarber. Dick 64 Gable. Dave 58 Foster. T. Terry 86 Faulk. 04 Jackson-Sattler. 01 Dunkan. 04 Fuson. Bob 93. Lloyd 74 Harris. 62 Hollabaugh. 89 Gatto. Doug 68 Fry. John 78. Curt 83. Rex 58. Jim 56 Hardy. Justin 09 Erickson. Donald 50 Johnson. 01. Andrew 03. Dick 61. Harold 72 Harrison. Herb 57. Westbrook 47 Hughes. 98. 52 Farrington. Hashim 00. Vern 75 Duarte. Mickey 58. 84. John 71 Hogan. Greg 64. Brad 71. Derek 83 Johnson. 68. Mark 72 Harms. Wayne 89 Harrison. 75 Gardner. 50. P. 75. Morry 61. Fred 78. Tom 61. Bob 63 Grinn. 87 Fish. Mike 61. Aaron 99 Jackson. 90 Fischer. 88 Johnson. 86 Gregory. 79. Ron 58 Durbin. Nolan 00. 81 Helberg. Lance 56. Pat 95 Ewell. Larry 60. 79. 68 Feist. Bill 82 Ho’okano. 02 Hauck. 63. David 76. 82. Cameron 09 Heinz. Terry 68 Householder. 91 Fultcher. Dennis 94 Hughes. 73 Fowler. Edgar 50 Harvin. 00 Franzone. Mike 76. 07. 01. Rodney 89. Stanley 05. Sam 07 Goree. 05. 60. Ken 57. Jim 82 Jakubowski. Mike 71. Dale 76 Griggs. 88 Ferrigno. Jerry 77 Gray. 72 Hammer. 62. 02 Foust. 61. Kyle 04. Kyle 83 Ewald. Lee 76 Ferry. John 83. Matt 01. Joel 79. Alex 76 Gutu. Eric 86 Hanson. 47 Holmes. Duane 98. 65 Etherly. 89 Everitt. Virgil 61. Barry 60. 79. Chris 06 Fuqua. 04. Steve 70. Matt 83. James 93 Jester. 87. J. 62. 91. Matthis 03. Brad 71 Gomez. 01. Bruce 64. 91 Hall. Kelena 04. Jake 96. Dick 70. 06 Dulcich. 67. Donnie 97. Greg 75 Harris. Gene 60. Terry 79 Evers. Dale 57. 02 Foster. 54 Hall. 06. 59 Etchison. Daren 04. 80 Johnson. Jeff 75 Giddens. 99. Kevin 01. 06 Hoopes. Jim 48 Gitsham. 06 Gentry. Kelly 68 Jarmer. 00 Fenton. 85 Glavin. Curt 77 Howard. 94 Glassmeyer. Duane 72. 89 Gardner. 83 Gremaux. Greg 87. Woody 96 Gregoire. John 67. Steve 77 Hammett. 90 Felts. Arthur 05 Gilbert. 48 Howell. Jim 61. Andrew 08 Fuller. 94. Keith 08 Franklin. Conrad 50 Fenton. 60 Gilley. Odell 03. Mitchell 00. 70 Hillman. Neil 93. 95 Johnson. Doug 75 Fields. Frank 70. 94 James. 61. 59 Hinds. 79. Cody 05. Ben 93 Howland. 73 Engstrom. Darrin 85. 80. 09 Forgette. 99 Gorman. 58 Dumont. 80. Andrew 09 Goldman. 04. Jerry 61. John 70. Dick 54 Herring. 54 Garvin. Darold 55 Farrell. 98. 96 Hall. 70 Doyle. Dick 56. 71 Holmes. Carlton 56. 92. Kelly 83 Hanson. Tracy 08. Kelly 94. Lenny 79. 85. Jim 62. Bill 81. Jeff 82. 60. Eric 76. Zac 95. 62. Brian 71 Jarrett. 76 Hanson. Gary 68 Johnson. 65 Falconer. 53 Houck. 05 Frisbe. Tim 78 Harvey. Ropeti 84 Falo. Jim 67 Hastin. 81. 84 Fish. Howard 83. Don 89. Todd 73. 80 J Jackola. 02. Jack 67 Donaldson. 95. 72. Kurt 69. 92 Fink. 85 Fitzhugh. Logan 06. 00. 90. 58. 81 Gronvold. Doug 60. Kyle 93. 00 Flynn. 02 Green. Luke 97. Maurice 98. 01. 66. Theo 94. 09 Hug. 79. Patrick 06 Dunning. Ron 98. Jason 83. 98 Harris. 52 Goldsmith. Matt 99 Heckathorn. Jay 03. 61 Holani. Milton 50 Emard. Jeff 77 Heard. 95 Heilman. 92 Hicks. Marty 85 Hawkins. 86 Horne. 81 Hora. Bob 82. 00 Jahns. Marcus 99. David 97 Gardner. Randy 74 Hutter. Pete 46. 81 Gish. Whitney 54 Jensen. 77. 63 Heilman. 87. 84. 06. Rick 77 Hedrick. 96. Darick 93. Matt 08 Ford. Stuart 78. 05. Eric 87. Alfred 99 Duyndam. 92. 97. Dennis 69. Grant 94 Hilton. Kevin 76. Gary 58 Green. Dave 89. Norm 53 Fentress. Frank 56. Joe 82 Gustin. 59. Harold 46. 72 Hiana. 93. 02 Jackson. 96 Hollingsworth. 68 Hermann. 02. Phil 78. 98. Adam 86 Hohenleitner. 92 Eder. Aaron 87. Tom 71. Steve 05 Hansard. Howard 86. 98. 01 Hanlin. Chuck 57 Fasel. 64 Gaussoin. 57 Hoffman. 07. Travis 88. 04. 94 Jackson. Brian 87 Howard. 77. Mike 73 Hui. 88 Fendall. 59. 74. 71 Fohn. Tom 65. Jim 69 Grace. 00 Dunn. 61. Zach 01. Ray 08. 76. Matt 91. 70. 72 Holland. 77. 01. Bob 55 Haag. 07. 86 Evans. 81 Grosse. 02 Hall. 01. 08. Randy 71 Green. Andrew 06. Michael 83 Hester. Larry 71. 06 Freemont. J. Riley 00. 67. 99 Hosack. 88 Jackson. 60. Kurt 77. 82 Ford. Dominique 87. Steve 83 Hanselman. 78 Hopkins. Bill 72. Roy 83 Goodloe. Steve 74. 00 Gooden. 85 Green. 60. Loren 93 Gibbs. David 09 Giandomenico. 96. 07 Howes. 89. Kevin 86. Ray 86 Gehring. Jim 60. Jerry 57. 73 Doyle. Roger 71. 77 Duncan. 75 Herron. John 91. Dave 84. Jack 53 Eyestone. 82 Gordon. 59. Josh 06. 01 Hayes. 68 Hebblewaite. 64 Hall. Kevin 77. Wade 97 Halley. 98. 81 Grace. 60 Harms. 89 Dubois. Ray 56. Thomas 09 Dyson. 74. 77 Janes. 83. Mike 92 Goo. 08 Dotson. Terrance 94. Tom 90.Donaldson. 61. Andrew. Drew 07. Rob 05. 62 Grossman. Gene 56. 72 Isom. 85. 05 Feakin. Karl 84. 06 Jackson. Bill 67. 89. Mike 85. 63. 04 Dorsey. 57 Ford. 99. 88. Micheal 04. 08 Jackson. Stan 57. DeAngelo 97. 68 Gorman. William 60. Bob 58. 85. 88. 00. Jerry 77 Endicott. Jim 65. 52 Jennings. 50 Hamblet. 78. Gene 55 Grosse. 62 Fuller. Kirby 53. Richard 83 Grillo. 00 Ell. 71 Finkbonner. Miles 99. Norman 50 Foster. 53. 78 Granderson. 72 Hall. 88. Greg 76 Dunn. 78. 83. Tim 99. Ralph 48 E Eagle. 90. Lynn 63 Hilton. 00. Richard 56 Edwards. Jeremy 97. 78 Hammett. 05. Kevin 87. 01 Grant. 04. Joe 60. Bill 47 Gregory. 99 Faletoi. Jim 60. 02 Evans. Ryan 97. 47. Bill 61. 80. Brent 91 Johnson. 06 Ferris. 02 Hewitt. Ed 81 Jaspeson. Nick 09 Hyde. 61 Grass. Braedyn 08. 07 Hefley. 86. 85 I Irons. James 90. 84. Bryan 80 Holstron. 07 Evans. Chris 88. Keith 61. Steve 82 Harpe. 64 Gaul. 85. Jim 65 Findlay. Rashad 97. 62 Humphrey. 58. Kenny 79. 85 Johnson. 60 Grayce. 62 Gertson. John 75 Godinet. Tim 80. Michael 99. 02 Goolsby. Mike 95 Grove. Jason 94. Elmer 71. 99. 90. John 61. 03. 83 Hebebrand. Seth 09 Gibb. 80. 57. 87 Ervin. 89 Hartwig. Lestor 49. Bruce 84. Burnell 88. Antonio 99. 62. Lyle 60 Hughes. 83. Dave 61. 97 Gilgan. 94 Georgeades. 99. 66 Hergert. Brendan 03. 84. 59 Heerspink. 67. 83 Henrickson. Pat 66. Ken 88. George 61. Bill 49 Gale. 66. 89. 09 Jacobson. Raymond 53 Haftorson. 58. Gary 96 Gutierrez. Greg 81 Hood. 73 Duff. Chuck 55 Hammack. 92 Heckman. 95. Gib 71. 05. 61 Enger. James 94. J. 91. 98 Girod. 52 Holstrom. Randy 85 126 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Jack 83 Heyer. 87 Eberhardt. 05. Dave 06. 52 Hein. 00. Ronald 99. 86 Foley. Tom 85. 75 Dowdy. Charlie 00. 02. Don 69 Havili. 97. Brian 00. 89 Hermes. 60 Humphrey. 06 Evans. Mike 59. Troy 84 Fahsholz. Rod 58. Dean 52. 70 Falconer. Junior 69 Johnson. 58. William 55. Graydon 85 Doty. 86 Jermany. Mark 77 Gronvold. 52 Hunt. 79. Brian 83. Mike 77. Ed 65. 82 Friesen. 07 Hawkins. Mitch 77. 72 Geegan. 80 Floyd. 62 Gill. Nick 09 Gallop. 80 Griggs. Hayden 79 Holley. 62 Horton. 71. Jim 80 Emanuel. 62 Hansen. Larry 88. 04 Jacobs. 84. 62 Howard. 89 Dubina. 92 Highberger. 95 Harvey. 84 Hayden. 97 Freeman. Sam 51. Jim 70 Gornick. 59 Fenner. Adam 04 Hunter. 00. 99. Jason 86. 84. 69 Frederick. Jullian 05. 63. 84. Shawn 93 Force. T. Karl 81 Ivanoff. 00. 99. John 57 Eichman. 88. Jeff 81 Hinesley. Sam 53 Hicks. 82. 67. 93. 03. Brian 79 Horner. Paul 84. Charles 74. Mike 85 Hampton. George 48 Gourley. 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Travis 95. 81 Laydon. Kevin 09 Koop. Edi 01. 95 Papke. Mitch 79. 73. 86 Mitchell. 90. Tony 89 Mercer. 09 Macarthy. 96 M L K Kadlec. Al 58. 82 Knudsen. Kevin 81 Parent. 62 Kruse. 47 Minnis. David 08. Souk 85 Nicholas. Don 52 Konrath. Chuck 71 Kauffman. 80. 09 Keanaaina. 70. Rhys 88 Kiesau. Phil 69. Bill 47 Murphy. 69 Merwin. 74 Lee. Nick 08. 02 Lewis. James 06 Malcom. Chuck 54 O’Grady. 87 Johnson. 01 Larsen. Roy 72. James 98. 02 Kelley. 77 Miller. Matt 04. AJ 07 Niusulu. Chris 81. Bill 64 Penner. Joe 76 Lee. 84 Lipe. Preston 01. Neil 58. 71 Karrick. Brad 83 Kirven. 08. 84. Jose 70 Palomino. 80 Long. Adrian 04. 84. 05 Nash. Bob 56. Larry 59 Malensky. 94 Lofting. Fred 78. Henry 85 Lund. 72 Kantola. Jim 66 Moore. 09 McCallen. John 78. 83 McCaffrey. 60. Steve 84. Andy 83 Nelson. 03 Owens. 08. Tom 92. 07 Macon. 83. Ron 83. 81 Lowery. 94 Morris. 85 Mettler. 62 Lee. 66 McHenry. 78. Saleem 02 Mullane. Joe 86. 52 Mayes. Douglas 73. 78 Page. 85 Lyons. John 70 Perkins. Bob 61. 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Del 54 Kiggens. 69. 92 Ney. 07 Lewis. Steve 86. 85 Leeds. 81 Novinger. 07 Nelson. 02 Orchard. Jay 61. Jerry 57. Landan 07. Marty 77. Elkin 01 King. Robert 01 Mekkers. 85. 94 Leavens. Vern 76 Martell. George 59 Mitchell.The uniform number 11 has been retired at Portland State in honor of PSU Hall of Fame quarterbacks June Jones and Neil Lomax. Tom 66. Tom 96. 87. 63 Larson. 86. Dick 51 Martin. Mike 86 Kulu. 61. 69. Mike 70. 61. 83 Osborn. 04 Kearns. 78. 96. Gregg 79. Tom 96 Khakzad. 89 Melson. 79 Keeney. 49 Kopta. Joe 96 Len. 80 Kovor. 86 Nakamoto. Kevin 74 Jones. 85 Morrison. 58 Kane. 86. 77 Kline. 09 Kane. Lew 74 Moultrie. Jim. Adam 08. 57 Jones. 70. Bob 56. Evans 09 Oldenburg. Jeff 70 McClintock. Creig 74 Manigo. Mark 85 Moore. 98 Matos. 93 May. Lance 83. 87 Mishler. 76 Jones. 09 Pedersen. 83 Kathrens. 79. George 65 LaMain. 00 Kempe. 80. 88. Dave 56. 77 Merill. John 75 Lane. 70. 74. Gary 68. 99. Josh 08 Naone. Greg 91. Charlie 76. Jon 86. 75 McGlothen. Ken 78. 79. 05. 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Darrell 51 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 127 . J. Ron 54 Kincheloe. Jason 92 Langford. Willie 56. Chris 86 Newell. Ron 59 Lomax. 93 Luther. 87 Munson. 79. Rob 97 Johnson. Greg 90. Kevin 82. 86. Roy 46 Johnson. 09 Klein. 52 Keeter. Jay 69. Howard 74 Nelson. 98 Pattee. 06 Jones. 94 Percich. D. 98 Matagiese. Kevin 78 Modispacher. Andy 78. Barry 85. Martin 54 Kirkland. Kevin 83. 95 Monegan. 95. Jack 51 McFadden. Wayne 69. 08 McDade. 61. 60. 56 Knoll. 76.

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Kurt 82. 01 Tuipulotu. 74 Stevenson. 90 Trigsted. 95 Stewart. Tom 90. Dave 70. 95 Tautalatasi. Dave 80. Quinn 08. 99 Spaulding. Dave 52. 74 Plum. 94 Stucki. 04 Sloy. 84. Simon 69 Ramseur. Daryl 76 Stavros. Vince 81 Shields. 95. Seneca 02. 80. Keith 69 Voll. 08 Ripley. Jordan 04. Sam 62 Stanton. Dave 63 Shackelford. Terry 67 Stoudamire. Tim 82. Mark 78. Deshawn 08. Nathan 09 Snyder. Jim 62. 76. 03. 80 Pulliam. 82 Reed. 82 Randolph. 78 Royse. Doug 77. Phil 59. Merle 52. Francis 77 Tuitele. 83 Schmidt. Wade 97. 78. 04. Tim 89 Priest. 57 Reed. William 56. Charles 69. Wyman 02. 75 Stupfel. 05. 04 Senn. Jordan 07 Spencer. 05. 68 Tanner. 87. 89 Ta’ufo’ou. Dennis 61. Matt 75. 70 Vrvillo. 65. Jason 91. 89 Sirnio. 00 Ridenour. David 74. 85 Smith. Justin 02 Tyler. 86 Shimek. Paul 94 Schneider. 68. Brian 83 Sacuskie. Jachon. Jeff 78. 77 Salu. 66. 02. Steve 69. Dave 78. David 70. 95 Ramsey. 00 TenBruggencate. 87. Moe 94. Bob 82 Wallace. Brandon 99 Rhodes. 03 Rau. 89 Sahenk. Rene 96. Don 90. 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Brian 09 Walton. C. Ron 62. 03 Sahlinger. Adarrious 06 Roszell. Josh 02. 80 Silva. Clayton 07. Jeff 77. Troy 84. Jack 88. 88. Dallas 07. Ken 63 Shinen. 79. 85 Sutton. 78. 79. Chris 03 Walker. Dan 81 Stewart. Paul 91. 84. Jerome 55 Singh. 80 Racanelli. Bill 48 Snoderly. Matt 93 Tremblay. Steve 73. 57 Sass. Jeff 81. Tim 87. Joel 77. Arioll 50. Scott 71 Ritt. 78 Waldron. Sione 03 Tuitele. Jack 53. 78 Urrego. Kevin 09 Talakai. Akil 94. Taylor 99. Damion 06. Terrance 86. Kurtis 70 Sawyer. 78 Pinder. 76. Sam 56. Jay 78 Pulliam. Randy 89. 02. Derrick 82 Robinson. 58 Taylor. Joe 59 Russell. Benjamin 00. 08. 98 Strange. 57. 54. Amad 00. 07 Solomon. 06 Thawley. 00 Rodarte. 62 Rust. 67. 81 Simes. Donald 83 Schmidt. 79 Pierson. 04. 03 Porter. 70 Sandoval. Jeff 76. 74. 68 Sorem. Erik 02. 01. Terry 70. 89 Sanchez. 53 V Van Arden. Gregory 73 Richards. 09 Stewart. Jay 64 Sommer. Chuck 55 Roybal. Scott 81 Roach. 92. 74. Jim 74. Steve 02. 86. Chuck 60. Carl 46. Henry 68. Bob 81 Ratliff. Hal 55 Stenberg. Bret 81 Tanner. 83. 95 Redditt. 49 Sobomehin. 62. Brent 05. 77. John 95 Tuipulotu. 55 Stewart. Matt 91. Jeff 86. Brent 66. Randy 69. George 04. Jack 63. Glen 65 Powell. 83. 00. Michael 77 Turner. 66 Silver. Mark 76 Skaggs. 71 Stempel. 85 Prlain. Jerry 52 Sizemore. Ioasa. Stan 47. 92 St. 83 Reese. 80. 76 Reid. 74. 82. Gary 71 Pugh. 04. 58 Tutka. Marcus 93. Don 66. Dave 57. 06. 05. Rick 77. Steve 83. Jaycob 09 Sideris. 90. Joe 67. Tim 81. Bill 57. Matt 02. John 46. Steve 73 Prouse. 47 Sandy. 98. 52 Sahli. Joey 70 Silva. 89. 62. Jay 94 Turnage. John 76. Brent 74. Jeff 88. 63. Ted 82. 97 Sandvig. Tony. John 67 Rasmussen. 06 Stockdale. 77. 81 Peterson. 01 Ranstad. Dick 46 Skubinna. 90 Turner. Rich 70 Peterson. Phil 48. 85 Saelua. 95 Price. 86 Rodgers. 52. Tolo 01. 82. Ken 83. 70 Sandberg. Craig 63 Sisler. John. 65. Andy 07. 67 Thoune. 89. 94. Tom 82. 83 Roberts. 68 Summerfield. Bryan 93. 60 Roberts. 98 Simmons. Jeff 80. Frank 94. Loren 59. Kirk 97. Bill 73. 58 Turner. Mark 80 Stroh. Tony 77. 90 Shackford. 07. Gene 82 Praster. 76 Price. 78 Reiley. 09 Walker. 82 Randall. Dave 73 Thompson. 84. John 55 Trout. Dave 75. 06 Smith. Danny 07. 80. 71 Sato. 57. 02. Tim 75. 65. Mike 89. Doug 56. 60. Erik 92. Tony 73. Kessel 77 Thompson. Ray 68 Stevens. Carl 09 Somner. 04 Staley. 59 Sayres. Rinaldo 88. 09 Smith. 75 Stout. Kenneth. 93 Smith. D. Cole 04. 03 Tuiososopo. Shane 95 Stewart. 82 Vuksich. 98. 95 Simpson. 77. Larry 46 Rogers. 97 Strickland. Adam. 53 Sabrion. Kyle 09 Ritt. 83 Retamoza. Casey 04. 54. 53. Kyle 09 Van Arsdall. 75 Spurgeon. 94 Rozzano. John 08 Shead. 59 Roberts. 71 Stoudamire. Van 85 Vendetti. 60. 84. 52 Russi. Mike 60. 80 Peterson. Art 73 Taylor. Doug 81. Antjuan 03 Tomlin. 79 Urness. Jason 97. 05. Lloyd 07. Jack 77 Roberts. Josh 93. Bret 85. Chuck 51. Joe 93 T W Takeno. 04 Tupuola. 79. Peter 04. 94 Sparks. Monte 84. Ken 65 Sauvola. 75.J. 05. 95 Stange. Kevin 79 Peterson. Fred 57. 88 Petigrew. John 74. 94. Ken 73. Bill 71 Smith. 87. 81 Running. Todd 06 Walkinshaw. Nick 02. Dave 75 Prayer. 79. 75 Piersee. Michael 75. 09 Rickard. Reynaldo 96 Spears. 74. 82. 76. Martin 81 Taube. 69 Pflug. 70 Scott. Irwin 93 Simantel. 58 Trout. 98 Sione. John 88. Tino 99. Bill 74. Ross 74 Rhone. 84 Rojas. Jerry 55 Springfield. 54. Ben 80. 73. 59. Jeff 78. 79. 82. 59. 78 Russell. Willie 03 Wallis. 78 Pryun. Terry 84 Post. Bob 73 Simpson. Steve 71. Sid 69. Tavis 92 Stone. DJ 03. Terry 74. Kurt 83 Rone. 89. 69 Selden. 55 Roberts. 08 Usher. 08 Talalemotu. Patrick 00 Sigel. Russell 05 Schrunk. 55. 76. Albert 00. Chris 83 Smith. Ace 88. Todd 90 Therberge. Joe 93. 74 Smith. 90 Urness. Bob 55 Rosnagle. Bob 70. Noel 92 Tiley. 70 Plunkett. Bill 57. 83. Thomas 46. 64 Renfro. 92 Roberts. 67 Rae. 85 Schmoll. 82 Seawell. 89. Duane 81. Scott 56 Todorovich. Ken 64 Stull. 79. Donald 56 Rathke. Chris 70 Turner. Dave 78. 84 Smith. Anthony 77 Peters. 06 Ramos. Lyle 46 Reiter. 95 Rogers. Duncan 67. 80. Sawyer 03. 03. 94. 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58. Dante 00. 60. 60. 2006 Tampa Bay (NFL). Bill 56 Weitz. 2007 New Orleans (NFL). 81 Wilson. 68 Young. 61 Washburn. Steve 98 Zilke. 2002-04 Antonio Chandler. 05 Whitehead. (CFL). Brent 90. 1996-99 James Hundon. Kurt 78. 59 Way. 64 Ward. 2005 Houston (NFL). Thomas 48 Whitbeck. Dave 47 White. 91. Rick 67. Darren 05. 2001-04 Toronto (CFL). Bruce 61. 2004-06. Vince 67. 98. 2009-10 Adam Hayward. 83 Wynn. 1998-01 Neil Lomax St. 1999 Los Angeles (XFL). 2003 Calgary (CFL). Richard 83 Ward. 1994 Tampa Bay (NFL). 2006 Reynard Carrie. 2007 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL). 2009-10 Daren Heerspink. Cliff 51 York. 98 Williams. Byron 02. Anthony 74 Yoder. OL. 93 Wolfolk. 1996 San Diego (NFL) 5th round. 77 Williams. 86 Young. 77 Wilson. 70. Juston 99. Gary 57 Wood. Billy 60. 02 Wood. Kevin 85. 99. 07 White. Bret 83 Williams. Gary 61. 83 Wennerstrom. Dave 89. 1995-96 Herman Smith. Ken 54 Weyer. Pete 65. 1999 Oklahoma (Arena). Greg 70 Williams. 80. Brian 06. 68 Winn. Cody 08. QB. Gerald 69 Whitehead. 2010 Jordan Senn. 1995-98 Green Bay (NFL). K/P. C. 92 Westover. Arthur 97. R. Dan 88. Louis (NFL). Kevin 69. 68. Vince 92 Watters. Butch 59. 2008 Philadelphia (Arena). 04. 90 Witthun. 56. 2004 San Jose (Arena). OL. 70 Watts. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals Dave Stief St. LB. 82. TE. 74. 2001-05 Utah (Arena). 2007 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 129 . CB. 2007 B. 89. 1998 Portland (Arena). 2008 Arizona (Arena). 65 Wiser. 1994 Buffalo (NFL). Richard 55. 86. 2009-10 Olaniyi Sobomehin. Chuck 56. 02. 2006-07 Washington (NFL). 58. Fabian 84. Neil 01. Chris 68 Wood. Kevin 09 Waud. Jim 46 Watts. 94 West. Virgil 49 Webber. 2001 Orlando (Arena). 73 Woodke. CB. Mike 82. Marty 81. Jeff 81 Weitz. 2000 Arizona (Arena). Robert 49 Warren. Sean 93 Willoughby. 2007 Scott Weaver. RB. 47 Young. 1993 Saskatchewan (CFL). 2005 Detroit (NFL).C. Bob 56. 62 White. 2003 Bobby Singh. Chad 97. 91 White. 88. 1999 Akaba Delaney. 76. Randy 64. 05 Woods. 2008-09 Carolina (NFL). Ken 76. 1997-2001 New York (Arena). 1995 San Jose (Arena). 2002 Rashad Floyd. Gary 61. Darwin 63 Zimmerman. 6th round. Michael 07. 71 Yraguen. 00 Wiggins. 2007 Terry Charles. 1998 Indianapolis (NFL). 2001-02. Jake 08. Adam 02. 58. 83 Wells. Dale 57. LB. 81 Wright. 2006. 2005 Washington (NFL). 2002-03. Mike 09 Williams. 1995-96 Memphis/Portland (Arena). Joe 01. 00. 2008 Spokane (Arena). 75. Garfield 90. 66. CB. 1993 Hamilton (CFL). Gary 57 Welch. 04 Wishart. 1994 Memphis (Arena). Norman 79 Wightman. Jack 52 Y Yarber. 2008 Tom Matijacic. Lewis 81. Dan 81 Warner. 88 Wolverton. 06 Wood. 59 Wheeler. Scott 83. 63 White. Steve 93. 2000 Darick Holmes. Anthony 02 Williams. 1998 Buffalo (Arena). 96 Warner. 2007 Miami (NFL). CB. WR. Gene 73. 1996-99 San Francisco (XFL). 57 Weaver. 1994 Ottawa (CFL). Aaron 08. 03. 2005-08 Baltimore (NFL). 2003 Steve Papin. 71 Zellick. Lee 58. 76. WR. 2004 New York (Arena). OL. Jerry 54 Winterholler. 79. 03. Robert 83 Wheeler. 58 Wiritjes. Jay 02. 01. 89 Well. 87. Brian 95. Daniel 08. 2009 San Francisco (NFL). 75. Chuck 56. 77 Woodard. 95 White. 59 Wigger. 64 Weber. 91 Weeden. 2006 Green Bay (NFL). 03 Williams. Asa 56. Don 70. Daryl 83. 5th round. 89. RB. Don 46. 01 Welkum. Randy 71. 1995 Portland (Arena). 2001 San Diego (NFL). Jerry 58. 62. 2006-07 Dan Frantz. 1998-03 Chris Burns. 04. WR. 63. 79. 2010 Reggie Jones. 80. 2008 BC Lions (CFL). Ed 90. LB. Kevin 75 Westerholm. Jim 76 Wiebe. LB. Scott 02. 66 Woods. 1999 Paul Bradford. 63. Tait 93. 59. Jim 48 Wheeler. 57 Withers. Terry 88. 09 Weber. 1995-96 Calgary (CFL). Mike 89 Worthen. Noah 04 Wuite. CB. 05 Weaving. 95. Bill 89. Kirk 77 Wilson. 77 Woodward. Dave 71 Wheeler. 91 York. WR. 62. 2004-05 Chicago (Arena). 1995 Cincinnati (NFL). 2000 Brian Stromberg. Greg 81 Wedderburn. 7th round. 09 Woods. 02 Zirnite. 1995-96 B. 1997-99 Hamilton (CFL). 57 Wilson. Jack 76. Clarke 67. 2007 Cleveland (Arena). 65 Weber. RB. 61. Charlie 68 Williams. 69 Wright. Haze 94. 53 Yost. 2001 Sammie Burroughs. 2002 Los Angeles (Arena). 03 Georgia (Arena). 2007-10 Antonio Narcisse. 84 Weigel. 2002 Calgary (CFL) 4th round. 66 Young. 90 Webb. 90. 67 Withers. Dave 46. 57. 1996-98 Oklahoma (Arena). Terry 91. 2009-10 Winnipeg. TE. 03. (CFL).Ward. 57 Young. 09 Wright. Gery 61. 57 Wiseman. Bob 62. Ted 59 Yraguen. LB. 56. 2004 Colorado (Arena). Louis Cardinals Washington Redskins Joe Rubin. DL. 03 Watson. 2001 San Jose (Arena). Joe 69 Z Zehrung. 2006 Seattle (NFL). Del 56. 2010 Brennen Carvalho. 62. 1994 Birmingham. 63 FORMER VIKINGS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL Andy Schantz. 99. RB. 2007 Oakland (NFL) 2010 Chris Berg. 64. 87 Weaver. Adam 94. 2006 New Orleans (Arena). DL. 62. WR. DL. Doug 78. 1995 Indianapolis (NFL). 57. Steve 64 Washington. 2008 New Orleans (NFL). 2005 New Orleans (Arena). 2008 Tremayne Kirkland. 92 Woodard.C. 61 Williams. Rick 73 Willems. Dan 68. 59. 2007 Indianapolis (NFL). 2004-08 Orshawante Bryant. John 64 Woodfield. Kris 97. 1998 St. Ron 74. 60 Wells. Bob 58. 2000 Hamilton (CFL). 09 Wood. 2008 BC Lions (CFL). 47. 2010 Shaun Bodiford. 60. Ryan 98. Matt 87. 61. WR. Edmonton (CFL). 84. 00. 94 Ware. 2001 Calgary (CFL). 1997 Hamilton (CFL). OL. 2006-07 Hassan Probherbs. 2010 Juston Wood. 48 Wheeler. Tom 76 Withers. Colin 07 Williams. 2000 San Jose (Arena). 08 Wilcox. 2002-03 Colorado (Arena). Kevin 85. 96 Wilmarth. Ken 92. 04. 2007 Tony Curtis. Mack 57. 85 Williams. 03. Rick 82 Wise. 86. Dan 65. 98 Wolff. 90 Wolfe. DL. 2004 Dallas (NFL). Herm 55. Jim 66 Whitely.

OL. 1980 St. 1972 Buffalo (NFL). 1970 St. 1987 Brian Coushay. 2nd round.. LB. final year of competition at Portland State. 1991. 1988 Chris Nyte. The cover had Hundon catching a pass for the San Francisco Demons of the ill-fated XFL. WR. 1990 New Orleans 1991 Montreal (World League) 1992 Memphis (CFL) 1994 Ted Popson. 1997-98 Anthony Spears. 1983-85 Tampa Bay (NFL). DE. 1990 Atlanta (NFL). 1983 June Jones. 1985 Edmonton (CFL) Doug Mikolas. LB. S. 1987 Neil Lomax. 1996 Portland (Arena). 1986 Los Angeles (NFL). 1981-1989 Clint Didier. 1992-95 Philadelphia (NFL). WR. 1998 David Witthun. 1971 Detroit (NFL). 1987 David Etherly. 1987-88 Houston (NFL). 1986 Washington (NFL). RB. 1983 Toronto (CFL) Ted Rosnagle. 2005 SI for his work as a youth counselor. 1991 Iowa (Arena) Robert Dodd. Edmonton (CFL). but did not play. 1982 Oakland (USFL) Dave Simantel. 1976 Atlanta (NFL). QB. 1997 Brooks Findlay. 1993 Birmingham. 1989 Kevin Wolfolk. 1988 Houston (NFL). professional team(s) and years of competition. CB. 1981 Los Angeles (USFL) Fred Nordgren. 1967 Denver (NFL). 12th round Tom Oberg. TE. and became one of the top receivers in the Arena Football League with the San Jose Sabercats. 1987 Gary Palumbis. 1993 Roland Aumueller. TE. Louis (NFL). OT/TE. 1973-74 New York Jets (NFL). 1971 Houston (NFL). OT. 1988-89 Phoenix (NFL). 1986 Houston (NFL). 1987 Jon Shields. 1968-69 Winnipeg (CFL) Portland (WFL) Players listed include position. 1985. 1988 Montreal (CFL) World League Arena League Tracey Eaton. 1986 Dallas (NFL). OT. 1977 St. LB. *indicates drafted. DL. 7th round *Tim Von Dulm. QB. FS. 1983 Minnesota (NFL). 1990 New York (NFL). 12. 1980 Washington (NFL) 1981-1987 Green Bay (NFL) 1988-89 Ron Seawell. Darick Holmes Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers Indianapolis Colts Adam Hayward Tampa Bay Buccaneers (with former Coach Jerry Glanville) Tracey Eaton Houston Oilers Phoenix Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Bobby Singh 7 years in the CFL Jordan Senn Indianapolis Colts Carolina Panthers 130 2010 Portland State Vikings Football . Louis/Phoenix (NFL). If a draft listing is not included. 2001). DL. Saskatchewan (CFL) James Fuller. 1994-96 Kansas City (NFL). CB.C.Rick Cruz. played two years in the CFL. 1991 San Diego (NFL). 1985 San Francisco (NFL). 1987 Vince Randall. 1975 *Charlie Stoudamire. 1992 B. LB. He was featured again in the May 23. Players are listed in reverse chronological order. FS. 1978-82 Washington (NFL). 11th round San Francisco (NFL). QB. LB. DE. 8th round. 1987 Houston (NFL) 7th round. player signed free agent contract. 1977-1981 Rich Lewis. 1984 Denver (USFL). 1995-96 Portland (Arena). Hundon also spent four seasons in the NFL. WR. 1981 Tampa Bay (USFL). 1980 Los Angeles (NFL) Dave Stief. Louis (NFL). DL. DL. Former Portland State wide receiver James Hundon (80) holds the distinction of being the first PSU-affiliated person ever to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated (Feb.

Football Coach (1975-80) __________ 1997 Ralph Davis. Among those shown here are (clockwise from top): Clint Didier (89). the Hall of Fame Committee also created a “veterans committee. Basketball/Football (1969-72) _ 2002 Willie Stoudamire. Cross Country (1967-70) __________ 2002 Mary Ross. Basketball (1952-55) ______________ 1999 Don Read. Barry Naone. Football (1974-77) __________________ 2000 Charlie Stoudamire. Coach (1946-64) ____ 1997 Michele Hughes. Athletic Director. Volleyball (1975-78)____________ 1998 Joe Holland. Football (1986-90)______________ 1999 Clint Didier. Clint Didier. Cross Country (1984-87) _______ 2000 Barry Naone. 1981-85) _____ 1999 Gordon Riese. Wrestling (1965-68) _______________ 1997 Larry Sellers. Wrestling (class of 1954) ___________ 2001 Jimmy Blanchard. Mouse Davis. Track.PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME T he Portland State Athletics Hall of Fame honors excellence within the Viking athletics program. Meritorious Service (1957-92) _2000 Tom Trebelhorn. Football (1975-76) _________________ 1998 Member Inducted Kari Kockler. Track & Football Coach (1954-70) ____ 1998 Curtis Delgardo. Tom Oberg. Volleyball (1982-85) ________________ 2001 Chris Crawford.” charged with selecting candidates that are 30 or more years past their playing careers. The Portland State Athletics Hall of Fame was founded in 1997. Don Read). Baseball (1967-70) _____________ 1998 Robin Unger. Women’s Basketball (1990-93) _____ 2006 Wilbur Bauer. Among those honored are 14 former football players (Jimmy Blanchard. Joe Holland. and Jimmy Blanchard (12). Football (1985-88) ________________ 2008 John Nelson. Baseball Coach (1975-94) ____________ 1998 Tracey Eaton. June Jones (11). Volleyball (1991-96) __________ 2001 Tim Von Dulm. Wrestling Coach (1952-71)______ 1997 Billy “Bye-Bye” White. Ralph Davis. Women’s Basketball (1993-96) _____ 2001 Teri Mariani. Baseball (1982-85) __________________ 1999 Kim Manifesto. Softball (1990-91) ________________ 2006 Lynda Johnson. 1975-76) 2001 Derek Nesland. Chris Crawford. Wrestling (1989-92) ____________ 2002 Lisa Couch. Basketball Coach (1953-65. Athletic Director. Volleyball (1990-93) ______________ 2000 Marlene Piper. Basketball (1969-72) __________ 1999 Mike Tichy. Volleyball/Basketball (1986-91) ______ 2004 Cathy Kuntz. Chris Crawford (6). Golf (1975-78)_____________________ 2000 Jeff and Marty Mozzochi. Wrestling Coach. Athlete (1969-2006) 2008 Karen Haberlach. Volleyball (1990-93) ________________ 2002 Rick Sanders. Football (1997-2000) ________ 2006 Jack Dunn. Tracey Eaton. at which time the Hall of Fame committee changed induction ceremonies to an everyother-year basis. Volleyball/Basketball/Softball (1970-75) 1999 Jerry Minor. Baseball Coach. Basketball (1989-92) ____________ 2004 Tom Oberg. Basketball (1965-67) ______________ 2004 Freeman Williams. Football Coach (1968-71. Basketball Coach (1965-72) _______ 1998 Leanne Peters. Basketball/Softball (1988-91) ____ 2004 Theresa Huitinga. Curtis Delgardo. Football Coach (1986-92) ___________ 1997 Renae Aschoff. There has been no shortage of success in the past 62 years of Viking athletics and a portion of that is represented in the Hall of Fame. Football (1960-63) __________ 2006 Bill Wilkerson. New members were inducted annually until 2003. Administrator/Meritorious Service (1968-99) 2004 James Sisson. Softball (1980-83) ________________ 1999 Marlin Grahn. HALL OF FAME VIKINGS Among Portland State’s Hall of Fame inductees are 14 football players and five football coaches. Football (1997-2000) __________ 2008 Joseph Blumel. 87) _____________ 2001 Deb Fitzhugh. Volleyball Coach (1969-83) ________ 1997 Paul Poetsch. Volleyball (1986-89) _________________ 2006 Laurie Northrop. Track. Athlete (1962-93) 1998 Don Lovell. Football (1969-70) _______________ 2008 Howard Westcott. Football (1985-88) ______________ 1998 Mouse Davis. Women’s Basketball Coach (1986-96) __ 2002 Tony Champion. Tim Von Dulm. Wrestling (1988-91) ________________ 1998 Member Inducted Joy Russell. Coach. Wrestling (1964-69) _____________ 1999 1967 National Champion Wrestling Team _________ 1997 1984 National Champion Volleyball Team_________ 1998 1985 National Champion Volleyball Team_________ 1998 1988 National Champion Volleyball Team_________ 2006 1989 National Champion Wrestling Team _________ 1999 1990 National Champion Wrestling Team _________ 1999 1992 National Champion Volleyball Team_________ 2008 2010 Portland State Vikings Football 131 . Baseball (1960-64) _______________ 1997 Dave Robbins. Tracey Eaton (20). Basketball (1974-78) __________ 1997 Masaru Yatabe. Football (1983-85. University President (1974-86) _____ 1998 Greg Bruce. Volleyball/Basketball (1984-89) ______ 1998 Neil Lomax. June Jones. Volleyball Coaches (1984-92) 1999 Debra Myra. Softball (1980-83)___________________ 2002 Dan Russell. Wrestling (1989-93) _______________ 2004 Kristi Smith. Charles Dunn. Volleyball (1982-85) _____________ 1997 June Jones. Basketball (1993-96) _______________ 2001 Dave Stief. Dave Stief. Football (1977-80) _________________ 1997 Roy Love. Billy White) and five former football coaches (Pokey Allen. Volleyball (1982-85) ___________ 2008 Kristin Jacobs. Basketball (1997-2000) ___________ 2006 Jen Norlin. Wrestling (1952-54) __________________ 2000 Pokey Allen. In 2004. Neil Lomax. PORTLAND STATE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Member Inducted Lee Allen. The Hall of Fame list includes 69 inductees and seven teams. Football (1979-80) _________________ 2000 Charles “Chip” Dunn. Billy “Bye-Bye” White (7). Charlie Stoudamire. Football (1966-67) _________________ 2002 Marion Pericin. Basketball (1962-66) _______________ 2002 Sharkey Nelson.

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