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2013 HUSKY FOOTBALL

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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

2013 HUSKY SCHEDULE / RESULTS


Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 15 Nov. 23 Nov. 29 BOISE STATE (FOX Sports 1) at Illinois (Big Ten Networks) IDAHO STATE ARIZONA* at Stanford* Oregon* at Arizona State* CALIFORNIA* COLORADO* at UCLA* (ESPN2) at Oregon State* WASHINGTON ST.* (FOX) all times are Pacific 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD 6:00 p.m. TBD 12:30 p.m.

W A S H I N G T O N v s . # 1 9 / 1 9 B O I S E S TAT E Dawg House Re-Opens With Rematch vs. Broncos


THE GAME: The Washington football team returns home to Husky Stadium after nearly 18 months away, re-opening the palace on Montlake against Boise State Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. The game will air live to a national audience on the new FOX Sports 1. The Huskies and Broncos, ranked No. 19 in both major preseason polls, will be facing one another for the second straight time as Boise State edged the Dawgs, 28-26, in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas last Dec. 22. The Huskies last played at their home on Nov. 5, 2011. Since then, the 93-year old edifice has undergone a massive renovation with the entire lower bowl, playing field and one of the two upper decks completely rebuilt. The Huskies havent played the same opponent in consecutive games since 1927 (when the UW faced the USS Idaho in back-to-back meetings), but they have played a bowl-game opponent in the following season as recently as 2011, when the UW traveled to Nebraska in the third game of the season, having beaten the Cornhuskers in the Holiday Bowl to end 2010. In 1999, the UWs second game of the year was vs. Air Force, which had beaten the UW in the 1998 Oahu Bowl. Following the opener, the Dawgs have a week off before traveling to Chicago to face Illinois at Soldier Field. That game airs live on the Big Ten Network and kicks off at 5 p.m. CT/3 p.m. PT. SEASON OPENERS: Washington is 83-34-6 all-time in season openers, good for a mark of .699. Since 1989, Washington has posted an 13-10 record in season openers 8-1 at home, 5-8 on the road, 0-1 neutral site. Last year, the Huskies beat San Diego State, 21-12, at CenturyLink Field. In 2011, the Huskies beat defending NCAA Division I FCS Champion Eastern Washington, 30-27, for the UWs first season-opening win since 2007. In the 23-season span dating back to 1989, the Huskies have opened vs. a ranked team 10 times: vs. No. 15 Stanford in 1993 (W, 31-14), at No. 17 USC in 1994 (L, 24-17), at No. 20 Arizona State in 1996 (L, 45-42), vs. No. 19 BYU in 1997 (W, 42-20) at No. 8 Arizona State in 1998 (W, 42-38), vs. No. 11 Michigan in 2001 (W, 23-18), at No. 12 Michigan in 2002 (L, 31-29), at No. 2 Ohio State in 2003 (L, 28-9), at No. 21 Oregon in 2008 (L, 44-10) and vs. No. 11 LSU in 2009 (L, 31-23). TELEVISION: The Washington-Boise State game will air live to a national audience on the the new FOX Sports 1 with Gus Johnson (play-by-play), Charles Davis (color) and Kristina Pink (sidelines) providing the commentary. Fans can also watch for time-compressed replays of the game on the Pac-12 Networks in the days afterward (one such replay airs Sunday night at 8:00 p.m.). RADIO: The Washington IMG College Network, with its flagship station KJR 950-AM, will carry the live broadcast of every football game on 18 Northwest radio stations. Longtime play-by-play man Bob Rondeau and color analyst Damon Huard are joined by sideline reporter Elise Woodward. The UW broadcast of the game will also air on Sirius (110) satellite radio.

NORTH Pac-12 Overall 1. Stanford 8-1 12-2 Oregon 8-1 12-1 3. Oregon State 6-3 9-4 4. Washington 5-4 7-6 5. California 2-7 3-9 6. Washington State 1-8 3-9 SOUTH Pac-12 Overall 1. UCLA 6-3 9-5 2. USC 5-4 7-6 Arizona State 5-4 8-5 4. Arizona 4-5 8-5 5. Utah 3-6 5-7 6. Colorado 1-8 1-11

2012 FINAL PAC-12 STANDINGS

Thu: Utah State at Utah, 5 p.m. (Fox Sports 1) Thu: USC at Hawaii, 8 p.m. (CBS Sports) Fri: No. Arizona at Arizona, 7 p.m. (Pac-12) Nicholls State at Oregon, 1 p.m. (Fox Sports 1) E. Washington at Oregon State, 3 p.m. (Pac-12) Washington State at Auburn, 4 p.m. (ESPNU) Nevada at UCLA, 7 p.m. (Pac-12) Boise State at Washington, 7 p.m. (Fox Sports 1) Northwestern at California, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Sun: Colorado at Colorado St., 3 p.m. (CBS Sports)

WEEK ONE PAC-12 GAMES

Radio: 950 KJR-AM and the Washington IMG College Network; Sirius 110 Television: FOX Sports 1 Media Schedule for the Week:
Monday: Press conference, 12:00 p.m. Founders Club Practice closed to media Tuesday: Practice: 8:30 a.m. (defensive coaches & player interviews after) Pac-12 Coaches Teleconference 10:05 a.m. (Sarkisian: 11:55 a.m.) Wednesday: Practice: 8:30 a.m. (offensive coaches & players & Coach Sarkisian interviews after) Thursday: Practice entirely closed to media (Coach Sarkisian in media work at approximately 10:30 p.m.) Friday: no media availability

WASHINGTON vs. BOISE STATE Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 7:05 p.m. PT

WASHINGTON vs. BOISE STATE HUSKY STADIUM AUG. 31, 2013 7:05 P.M. PT (FOX SPORTS 1) THE HEAD COACH: A new era of Washington football begins this fall when the newly-renovated Husky Stadium opens its doors on Aug. 31. The 93-year old legend has undergone a thorough rebuild that will make it one of the grandest, most beautiful sports venues in the nation. With the new stadium come heightened interest and energy around the Husky program as the Dawgs look to springboard into yet another era of on-field successes. Poised to take them there is fifth-year head coach Steve Sarkisian, who has assembled the pieces on offense and defense, in recruiting and now in facilities and infrastructure to put the Huskies back on top. Since arriving at the UW after the 2008 season, Sarkisian has taken the Dawgs from their lowest of lows to three bowl games in his four seasons. Now his task is to continue that upward movement. In 2012, the Huskies posted a 7-6 overall record, going 5-4 in Pac-12 play, despite facing one of the nations most rigorous schedules, which included a sevengame stretch that included matchups with five teams ranked in the top 11 in the AP poll. Washington posted a pair of memorable victories over top-10 foes, beating 8thranked Stanford, the eventual Pac-12 champs, 17-13, on a Thursday night in Seattle. In the eighth week of the season, the Dawgs handed seventh-ranked Oregon State its first loss of the season, 20-17, in another down-to-the-wire win. For the season, the Huskies made considerable strives on defense, cutting nearly 100 yards and more than 11 points per game off of its per-game average from the previous year. On offense, the UW had its fourth straight season with a 1,000-yard rusher as sophomore Bishop Sankey ran for 1,439 yards. The 2011 season, Sarkisians third as head coach, provided more highlights for his up-and-coming program. The Husky offense posted one of its most prolific seasons ever, scoring 434 points over the course of the season, the most by a UW squad since the 1991 national championship team and the second-most in school history. The Huskies scored nearly 12 more points per game than they did the previous year. They also had marked improvement in passing yards (65 more yards per game) and total offense (47 more yards per game), while the teams third-down percentage improved vastly over the previous season, from 32 to 46 percent. In 2010, Sarkisians second season in Seattle, the Huskies made another clear step forward. The Dawgs went 7-6 overall and finished third in the Pac-10 Conference with a 5-4 record. Then, in the Holiday Bowl, Washington provided one of the bowl seasons top games, beating an 18th-ranked Nebraska squad, 19-7. The win over the Cornhuskers was the last of a series of exciting, gutsy victories in 2010. The season included three Husky wins decided on the very last play of the game (Oregon State, USC and Cal), plus another in which the winning score came inside the final minute (WSU). Sarkisian was introduced as the new head coach of the Washington football team on Dec. 8, 2008. From the start, Sarkisian made it clear that he didnt think it would take long to turn the program around and get it back to the high level of success that UW football has enjoyed throughout its history. In his first season, 2009, he seemed to prove that he was right. Washington, which posted a winless season for the first time in school history the year before Sarkisian signed on, surged to a 5-7 record in 2009, an improvement of five victories over the previous year. No BCS-conference school in the nation could boast such improvement in terms of wins in 2009. And, Sarkisians Husky squad pulled off that feat against a schedule that included 10 opponents who ended the season bowl-eligible. Sarkisian came to the UW with a wealth of experience as a quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. His string of success is nearly unprecedented as, during his time at USC, he coached two Heisman Trophy winners and oversaw one of the nations most consistent and dominant offenses. Sarkisian spent 2007 and 2008 as the Trojans assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. He had also previously served as assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach (2005-06), quarterbacks coach (200203) and as an offensive assistant (2001) at USC, for a total of seven seasons there. During his seven seasons as a member of the Trojans staff, the team posted a combined 74-15 record. As offensive coordinator, his record was 22-3. Aside from his various roles at USC, Sarkisian also spent one season as quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2004 and as QBs coach at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., in 2000, his first coaching job. Sarkisian starred at the quarterback position at the prep, collegiate and pro levels. After his standout career at Brigham Young University, he was played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League for three seasons (1997-99). He had a record-setting two-year (1995-96) career at BYU, playing under legendary coach Lavell Edwards. Sarkisian completed 549-of-824 passes (66.6 percent) for 7,755 yards and 55 touchdowns in his career. His 162.0 career passing efficiency rating ranked third on the all-time NCAA list. As a senior in 1996, he led the nation in passing efficiency (173.6, No. 7 all-time) as the Western Athletic Conference champion Page 2

MONDAY PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE ON UWTV: This season UWTV, the on-campus television station for the University of Washington, will be carrying the weekly football press conferences LIVE featuring Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian. UWTVs coverage will be live and available via satellite for stations wishing to use video clips from the presser in their coverage of UW football. PAC-12 TELECONFERENCE: All 12 Pac-12 coaches are available on a weekly teleconference, each Tuesday morning. The schedule varies, but this week, the call begins at 9:55 a.m. PT and Coach Sarkisian will be on the call at 11:55 a.m. PT. Contact the Pac-12 office at (925) 932-4411 to obtain the number to join in. GOHUSKIES.COM: Everything you need to know about Husky football can be found on the UWs official athletics site, gohuskies.com. On the front page, look for Football under the Sports menu and follow the links for all the information. RADIO ON THE SiriusXM SATELLITE: Many Pac-12 football games this season will air on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. The Husky broadcast of the UW-Boise State game will air on Sirius 110. Go to www.siriusxm.com for more information. COACHS SHOW: The Coach Sarkisian Show, with play-by-play announcer Bob Rondeau, KJR afternoon host Dave Mahler and head coach Steve Sarkisian, will air each Monday on KJR 950-AM from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and will originate live from the Ram Restaurant in University Village. HUSKY SPORTS NETWORK: The following stations make up the 18-station Husky Sports Network, covering three states: WASHINGTON: Seattle (flagship) KJR Aberdeen KXRO Bellingham KPUG Centralia KELA Kelso/Longview KLOG Mt. Vernon KBRC Mt. Vernon KRBC Omak KOMW Port Angeles/Sequim KONP 950 AM 1320 AM 1170 AM 1470 AM 1490 AM 1430 AM 102.1 FM 680 AM 1450 AM Spokane Tacoma Vancouver/Portland Walla Walla Wenatchee Wenatchee Yakima ALASKA: Anchorage Juneau KQNT KHHO KKOV KUJ KPQ KZNW KUTI 590 AM 850 AM 1550 AM 1420 AM 560 AM 1340 AM 1460 AM

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Cougars went 14-1 and won the 1997 Cotton Bowl. He was the WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1996, and earned second-team All-America honors. Sarkisian transferred to BYU from El Camino Junior College, where he played two seasons (1993-94). He was a first-team Junior College All-America selection as a sophomore and earned allconference honors in 1993. He also played baseball at El Camino in 1993. He originally enrolled at USC as a baseball player, spending the fall of 1992 on the Trojans roster. Sarkisian was a standout football and baseball player at West Torrance (Calif.) High. He earned his bachelors degree in sociology from BYU in 1997 after receiving his associates degree from El Camino in 1994. Sarkisian was born March 8, 1974. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two daughters, Ashley and Taylor, and a son, Brady. Sarkisians Coaching Career: Year Team Pos. 2000 El Camino JC QBs Coach 2001 USC Offensive Asst. 2002 USC QBs Coach 2003 USC QBs Coach 2004 Oakland Raiders QBs Coach 2005 USC Asst. Head Coach/QBs 2006 USC Asst. Head Coach/QBs 2007 USC Asst. HC/Off. Coord./QBs 2008 USC Asst. HC/Off. Coord./QBs 2009 Washington Head Coach 2010 Washington Head Coach 2011 Washington Head Coach 2012 Washington Head Coach Record Bowl 8-2 CHIPs For Kids 6-6 Las Vegas 11-2 Orange 12-1 Rose 5-11 12-1 Rose 11-2 Rose 11-2 Rose 11-1 Rose 5-7 7-6 Holiday 7-6 Alamo 7-6 Las Vegas

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WASHINGTON vs. BOISE STATE HUSKY STADIUM AUG. 31, 2013 7:05 P.M. PT (FOX SPORTS 1) COACHING STAFF: Washingtons assistant coaching staff welcomed just two new members in 2013 as former graduate assistant Jordan Paopao was elevated to tight ends coach and legendary Husky quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo returned to Montlake to coach quarterbacks. Offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau also made a move, switching from quarterbacks to receivers coach (while maintaining his coordinating duties). Nearly all of the UWs nine full-time assistant coaches have some sort of tie to the Northwest and many played for then-Pac-10 football programs. The offensive side of the ball is led by second-year assistant Kiesau, who came to the UW from California. A former QB at Portland State, Kiesau had spent the previous decade at either Cal or Colorado. Idaho grad Dan Cozzetto is in his fifth season as the UWs run game coordinator and offensive line coach. Cozzetto grew up in Spokane, Wash., and was also the Washington line coach in 2003. He came to the UW from Arizona State. Paopao, who played at San Diego, had spent the previous two years as a GA at Washington, is the son of former BC Lions assistant coach Tony Paopao. Assistant head coach, running backs coach and special teams coordinator Johnny Nansen is a fifth-year coach at the UW. He grew up in Long Beach, Calif., but played football at Washington State and spent the previous five years at Idaho before moving over to the UW. The defensive staff saw no changes after the 2012 season. Coordinator Justin Wilcox grew up in Junction City, Ore., and spent four years as a defensive back at Oregon. He came to the UW from Tennessee and, prior to that, coached at Boise State, among others. His former college roommate, Peter Sirmon, oversees the UW linebackers. A four-year starter at Oregon and a native of Walla Walla, Wash., Sirmon played in the NFL for seven years before moving on to coaching. After stints at Central Washington and Oregon, he worked with Wilcox at Tennessee before coming to Seattle. The defensive backs coach is Keith Heyward, a four-year letterman at Oregon State. An L.A.-area native, Heyward has coached at OSU six of the last seven seasons. Defensive line coach and defensive run game coordinator Tosh Lupoi had spent his entire playing and coaching career at California before moving to the UW this in 2012. A former Cal defensive lineman, hed coached the line at his alma mater the last four years after two seasons as a GA. Washington has four new graduate assistants: former Husky wide receiver DAndre Goodwin, Kenyon Blue, Connor Knowles and Danny Razore. VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDELINE: While the Huskies full-time coaching staff includes just one UW graduate (Marques Tuiasosopo), nearly all of them have some tie to the state or to the Northwest and a surprising number have actually played for their alma mater against the Dawgs. Head man Steve Sarkisians only loss in a 14-1 season as a senior at BYU in 1996 came to the UW at Husky Stadium. Defensive coaches Justin Wilcox and Peter Sirmon both faced the Huskies during their playing careers at Oregon from 1996 to 1999. Former Washington State linebacker Johnny Nansen, now the Huskies running backs coach and special teams coordinator, was on the opposite sideline for several Apple Cups in the early-to-mid 1990s and new defensive backs coach Keith Heyward played in a few barnburners vs. the UW for Oregon State from 1997 to 2000. More recently, defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi squared off with the Huskies during his time as a d-lineman at California at the start of the last decade. And while offensive line coach Dan Cozzetto ever faced Washington during his career at Idaho, he grew up in the Evergreen State (Spokane), while tight ends coach Jordan Paopao spent some of his childhood living in Vancouver, B.C., when his dad coached with the BC Lions of the CFL. Finally, new offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau has also never played against Washington, but did play his college football just across the border at Portland State. HUSKIES vs. BRONCOS HISTORY: Odd as it may seem at first glance, Washington and Boise State have faced one another only twice in the two schools' history, with those meeting coming in the second game of the 2007 season and in last season's MAACO Bowl Las Vegas. It's odd because the two campuses are located only about 500 miles from one another. The only other Division I-FBS colleges located inside a 500-mile radius of the UW are Washington State, Idaho, Oregon and Oregon State. However, all four of those other schools are (or were) in the same conference as Washington for many years, whereas Boise State only began playing football as a four-year institution in 1968 and only moved up to Division I-A prior to the 1996 season, when the Broncos moved from the Big Sky to the Big West. Here's a recap of the two UW-Boise State games in history: September 8, 2007 Husky Stadium WASHINGTON 24, #22 BOISE STATE 10 The Huskies, behind redshirt freshman quarterback Jake Locker, improved to 2-0 with a 24-10 victory over Boise State, who came into the 2007 season off of a 13-0 campaign in 2006, one that was capped by the thrilling Fiesta Bowl win over Oklahoma. The Huskies never trailed as they snapped the Broncos' 14-game winning streak. Locker, who had led the UW to a win in his college debut the previous week at Syracuse, ran for a six-yard touchdown to cap the first drive of the game. Later in the first quarter, tailback Louis Rankin tossed a 16-yard touchdown pass to Quintin Daniels to stake Washington to a 14-0 lead. BSU took advantage of a Locker fumble and drove 44 yards in just two plays, scoring on a run from Taylor Tharp, to cut the lead to 14-7. However, after a Ryan Perkins field goal, the Huskies turned the tables as defensive end Greyson Gunheim intercepted Tharp. Three plays later, Locker hit Marcel Reece with a 58-yard touchdown to stretch the Husky advantage to 24-7. Kyle Broztman hit a 40-yard field goal late in the second quarter to make it 24-10, but that was all of the scoring for the day. In the second half, each team had a field goal blocked and threw an interception in enemy territory. The Broncos were held on downs having gotten to the Husky five-yard line late in the fourth, and then, after getting the ball back, the game essentially ended on another Tharp interception. Locker led both teams in rushing, carrying the ball 16 times for 84 yards and a score. He also completed 13-of-25 for 193 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Reece led the UW receivers with 192 yards on four catches. Tharp finished 29-for-47 for 285 yards, three interceptions and no passing TDs. December 22, 2012 Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas #20 BOISE STATE 28, Washington 26 Boise State won its third straight MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, but had to work much harder than in its previous two as the Broncos edged Washington, 28-26. BSU kicker Michael Frisina kicked his fifth field goal of the day, a 27-yarder with 1:16 remaining, to seal the win. Boise State overcame an game-MVP performance from Husky tailback Bishop Sankey who rumbled for 205 rushing yards and another 74 through the air. Washington had trailed by as wide a margin as 18-3 in the second quarter before Sankey and Keith Price rushed for TDs before halftime, cutting the gap to 18-17 at the intermission. In the third quarter, the teams traded touchdowns (with the UW missing a two-point try) to leave BSU with a two-point lead at 25-23. In the fourth quarter, Husky kicker Travis Coons hit a 38-yard field goal with 4:09 left to give Washington its first lead of the day, but Boise got a long kick return to lead ot Frisina's winning boot. WASHINGTON-BSU TIES: Not surprisingly, given the geography, there are some strong ties between the UW coach Boise State coaching staffs. Most notably, perhaps, is that Husky defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox spent four seasons (2006-09) in the same role under current Broncos coach Chris Petersen. That also means that Wilcox was on the BSU staff that faced Washington in 2007 and coached alongside a number of the current members of the Broncos staff. Wilcox also began his college coaching career as a grad assistant in 2001 and 2002. Conversely, BSU secondary coach Jimmy Lake coached at Washington in 2004, under Keith Gilbertson. BSU quarterbacks coach Jonathan Smith, who was a prolific opponent as a QB at Oregon State in the late 1990s and early 2000s, coached at Idaho alongside UW assistant Johnny Nansen. UW offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau coached at Colorado alongside BSU associate head coach Chris Strausser and d-line coach Andy Avalos (under former Boise State head man Dan Hawkins) and also worked with BSU defensive coordinator Bob Gregory at Cal, where Husky d-line coach Tosh Page 3

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TEAM NOTES
Lupoi was also a player, GA and assistant coach during Gregorys tenure. Strausser and Petersen also coached at Portland State when Kiesau played for the Vikings in the mid-1990s. Additionally, Petersenn was on the staff at Oregon from 1995-2000, during with both Wilcox and UW linebackers coach Peter Sirmon were starters for the Ducks. As for players, the Husky roster doesnt currently include any Idahoans. Boise States roster includes two players who prepped in Washington: redshirtsophomore Marcus Henry (Bellevue) and senior Kirby Moore (Prosser). Henry is one year older then Husky o-linemen Jake Eldrenkamp and Michael Kneip, who also went to Bellevue, as did UW freshman Sean Constantine. Other players who prepped together: UWs Colin Tanigawa and BSUs Chaz Anderson (L.A. Loyola); UWs Sean Parker and BSUs Bryan Douglas (Narbonne); UWs Cyler Miles and BSUs Beau Martin (Denver Mullen); UWs Derrick Brown and BSUs Tyler Rausa (Vista Murrieta); and UWs Jaydon Mickens and Marvin Hall and BSUs Cleshawn Page (Dorsey). BSU freshman Mat Boeson went to West Torrance High, alma mater of Husky coach Steve Sarkisian. DAWGS VS. THE MWC: Washington has a pretty fair amount of history with the current (2013 season, that is) members of the Mountain West Conference. Washington has played all but three (Colorado State, New Mexico and UNLV) of the 12 schools that comprise the Mountain West Conference in football this season. All totaled, the Huskies are 26-10 against current MWC members, Here's the breakdown: 2-6 vs. Air Force; 1-1 vs. Boise State; 2-1 vs. Fresno State; 3-1 vs. Hawai'i; 1-1 vs. Nevada; 3-0 vs. San Diego State; 10-0 vs. San Jose State; 2-0 vs. Utah State; and 2-0 vs. Wyoming. DEFENSE ON THE RISE: Washington's defense made tremendous improvements in 2012 as compared to the 2011 totals. The Huskies were better on defense across the board, but most notably improved against the pass, where they went from the 116th (out of 120 teams) ranked unit in the nation to the 23rd . Here's a look at where the UW's per-game average and NCAA rank in all of the major team defense categories in 2011 and 2012: 2011 Avg. (NCAA Rank) Rushing Defense 168.69 (76th) Passing Defense 284.62 (116th) Pass Eff. Defense 137.57 (87th) Total Defense 453.31 (106th) Scoring Defense 35.92 (108th) 2012 Avg. (NCAA Rank) 160.08 (61st) 197.31 (23rd) 115.39 (27th) 357.38 (31st) 24.15 (39th) THE PAC-12: Prior to the 2011 season, the Pac-10 Conference added Utah and Colorado to expand to the Pac-12. Washington, which along with California is one of two schools who have been in the conference since its founding in 1915, plays in the Pac-12 North, along with the other three Northwest schools (Oregon, OSU, WSU) and Stanford and California. Under current plans, each school will play all five division rivals, plus four of six teams in the other division each season. The first two seasons, the Huskies did not face UCLA or Arizona State. This year, and 2014, the Huskies dont face Utah or USC. CAPTAINS: At the Huskies annual Raise the Woof! preseason celebration, the captains for the 2013 season were unveiled. This season, six captains were selected. On offense, senior quarterback Keith Price (Compton, Calif.), junior tailback Bishop Sankey (Spokane, Wash.) and junior guard Colin Tanigawa (Los Angeles) were honored. On defense, senior safety Sean Parker (Los Angeles), junior linebacker John Timu (Long Beach, Calif.) and junior defensive lineman Hauoli Kikaha (Laie, Hawaii) were selected. Price, Parker and Timu were all captains in 2012 as well. THE 100-YARD FACTOR: Since the 1947 season, Washington is 184-58-3 (.757) when a Husky player rushes for 100 yards in a game. Washington was 5-2 such games last season as Bishop Sankey hit the century mark in wins over PSU, Stanford, Cal, Utah and Colorado and loss at Oregon and vs. Boise State. HISTORY LESSON: Successfully rushing the football and winning go hand-inhand for the Huskies. Since 1990, UW has rushed for 200 yards in a game 81 times. The Huskies record stands at 66-14-1 (.821) in those contests. Since 1995, UW is 41-11-1 (.783) when rushing for 200 yards. HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION: Husky Stadium underwent a major renovation over the last 18 months as the entire lower bowl and south upper deck were demolished and replaced. The new facility features a new, state-of-the-art football operations center (weight room, training room, locker room, meeting rooms, coaches offices) in the west end, much more premium seating options and a new playing surface. Husky Stadium had featured a track up until now, so seats that were once far from the field, particularly in the west end, are much closer to the action. For much more information, including a virtual look from every seat in the new stadium, photo galleries, live construction cams, and more, go to huskystadium.com. HISTORIC HUSKY STADIUM: The Oregon game on Nov. 5, 2011, marked the final game in Husky Stadium prior to major renovations that have now been completed. The 2013 season will mark the 93rd season of play in Husky Stadium. Original construction on the facility was completed in 1920 when Washington played one game in the new campus facility. UWs all-time record in Husky Stadium stands at 357-169-21 (.673). FAMILY TIES: As is the case with most seasons of Husky football, there are a number of players on the Washington football team related to either current or former Huskies. LB Jamaal Kearse is the younger brother of former WR Jermaine Kearse, who now plays for the Seahawks. Junior WR Kasen Williams dad, Aaron was a four-year letterman (1979-82) wide receiver for the Huskies. Sophomore OL Shane Brostek is the son of Husky All-America center Bern Brostek (1986-89). Senior quarterback Keith Price is a cousin of former UW tailback Jelani Harrison. A little further afield, junior TE Michael Hartvigson is a cousin to former UW baseball pitchers Chad and Grant Hartvigson.

1,000-YARD STREAK: Husky sophomore tailback Bishop Sankey breached the 1,000-yard mark for the 2012 season in the win over Utah. He finished the season with 1,439 yards, third-most in UW history. Sankey was just the 11th different player in UW history to rush for 1,000 yards and his season was the 16th 1,000-yard season in school history. In four years under head coach Steve Sarkisian, the UW has produced a 1,000-yard back each year. Chris Polk reached the benchmark each of the last three seasons and Sankey took over the streak in 2012. THREE BOWLS IN FOUR YEARS AFTER WINLESS SEASON: By reaching a bowl game last year for the third season while just four years removed from a winless season, Washington pulled off a rare feat. The Huskies were just the third team in the last 50 years of major college football to have gone from winless to three bowl games within four seasons. The only other programs to accomplish that feat are Indiana (winless in 1984; bowl games in 1986, 1987 and 1988) and Florida (winless in 1979; bowl games in 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983). In 2011, the UW became one of just eight teams ever to go to two bowls within three seasons after a no-win season.

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* QUARTERBACKS * #17, Keith Price, 6-1, 202, Sr. Started all 13 as a junior in 2012 ... passed for 2,726 yards for the season, sixth-most in UW history ... 263 completions and 432 attempts both ranked No. 3 in UW single-season history ... 19 touchdown passes were seventh-most in Husky history while 54 career TD passes is tied for second, just one shy of the school record ... .609 completion percentage in 2012 was fourth best in UW history ... tied the school record by passing for five touchdowns in the win at Colorado, where he was 22-for-29 for 248 yards, no interceptions and the five scores, which went to five different receivers ... went 20-for-39 for 242 yards, two interceptions and one passing touchdown (also ran for a seven-yard TD) in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas vs. Boise State ... as a sophomore, played in all 13 and started 12 at QB in 2011 ... set UW single-season records for TD passes (33), completion percentage (.669) and pass efficiency (161.09) ... 3,063 yards were second-most in UW history ... 7th in the nation in pass efficiency in 2011 ... 23-for37 for 438 yds., 4 TDs and 3 rush TDs in 2011 Alamo Bowl ... 7 total TDs tied NCAA record for a bowl game ... 438 yds. were second-most in UW history ... played in 8 of 13 games in 2010, starting at Oregon ... redshirted 2009 season ... completed 143-of-200 for 2,260 yards, 24 TDs and 6 INTs in 2008 at St. John Bosco. Career Highs: 52 att., 29 comp., 438 pass yds., 5 pass TDs, 3 rush TDs. #10, Cyler Miles, 6-4, 213, RS-Fr. RS-freshman QB was named first-team allstate (all levels) by Denver Post as a jr. and sr. ... co-MVP of the U.S. Army AllAmerica Bowl (7-for-8 for 155 yds., 1 pass TD, 1 rush TD). #5, Jeff Lindquist, 6-3, 236, RS-Fr. RS-freshman QB was KingCo 3A/2A Offenisve player of the year as a senior ... also first-team all-state ... 1,098 pass yards and 826 rush yards as a sr. ... co-MVP of Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. PRICE ON THE CHARTS: Husky quarterback Keith Price set a number of records in 2011, most notably the season records for touchdown passes, completion percentage and pass efficiency. In 2012, he also put up a number of top-10 performances while also edging his way up several career charts. He also enters the 2013 season ranked No. 1 in career completion percentage and efficiency while just one TD short of the UW career record. Heres a look at where Price ranks on several UW single-season and career top-10 lists: Season Passing Yards Name 1. Cody Pickett (2002) 2. Keith Price (2011) 3. Cody Pickett (2003) 4. Jake Locker (2009) 5. Cary Conklin (1989) 6. Keith Price (2012) 7. Cody Pickett (2001) 8. Damon Huard (1995) 9. Billy Joe Hobert (1991) 10. Tom Flick (1980) Career Passing Yards Name 1. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 2. Jake Locker (2007-10) 3. Brock Huard (1996-98) 4. Keith Price (2010-) 5. Damon Huard (1992-95) 6. M. Tuiasosopo (1997-00) 7. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72) 8. Cary Conklin (1986-1989) 9. Steve Pelluer (1980-83) 10. Chris Chandler (1984-87) PA 612 362 454 394 404 432 355 313 319 319 PA 1,429 1,147 875 831 790 817 811 788 826 696 PC 365 242 257 230 229 263 196 198 191 191 PC 821 619 484 524 472 457 385 423 472 376 PCT .596 .669 .566 .584 .567 .609 .552 .633 .599 .599 PCT .575 .540 .553 .631 .597 .559 .475 .537 .571 .540 TD 28 33 15 21 18 19 12 13 24 15 TD 55 53 53 54 36 33 35 33 30 34 YDS 4,458 3,063 3,043 2,800 2,786 2,726 2,696 2,609 2,463 2,460 YDS 10,220 7,639 6,391 5,953 5,886 5,879 5,496 5,082 4,917 4,735 Season Completion Percentage Name Year 1. Keith Price 2011 2. Steve Pelluer 1983 3. Damon Huard 1995 4. Keith Price 2012 5. Don Heinrich 1950 6. Tom Flick 1980 Billy Joe Hobert 1991 8. Brock Huard 1997 9. Hugh Millen 1985 10. Cody Pickett 2002 Career Completion Percentage Name 1. Keith Price (2010-) 2. Damon Huard (1992-95) 3. Tom Flick (1976-80) 4. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 5. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92) 6. Steve Pelluer (1980-83) 7. Hugh Millen (1984-85) 8. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000) 9. Brock Huard (1996-98) 10. Don Heinrich (1949-52) Season Passing Efficiency Name 1. Keith Price 2. Brock Huard 3. Damon Huard 4. Don Heinrich 5. Billy Joe Hobert Career Passing Efficiency Name (Years) 1. Keith Price (2010-) 2. Damon Huard (1992-95) 3. Tom Flick (1976-80) 4. Brock Huard (1996-98) 5. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92) Season Touchdown Passes Name Year TDs 1. Keith Price 2011 33 2. Cody Pickett 2002 28 3. Brock Huard 1997 25 4. Billy Joe Hobert 1991 24 5. Jake Locker 2009 21 Career Pass Attempts Name Att. 1. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 1,429 2. Jake Locker (2007-10) 1,147 3. Brock Huard (1996-98) 875 4. Keith Price (2010-) 831 5. Steve Pelluer (1980-83) 826 Passing 242-362 232-357 198-312 263-432 134-221 191-319 191-319 164-274 158-264 365-612 Comp.-Att. 524-831 472-790 281-471 821-1,429 266-464 472-826 249-439 457-817 484-875 335-610 Pct. .669 .650 .635 .609 .604 .599 .599 .599 .598 .596 Pct. .631 .597 .597 .575 .573 .571 .567 .559 .553 .549

Year Rating 2011 161.9 1997 153.8 1995 143.6 1950 143.6 1991 142.0 Rating 138.9 130.3 130.0 129.7 129.3 Career Touchdown Passes Name 1. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 2. Keith Price (2010-) 3. Jake Locker (2007-10) Brock Huard (1996-98) 5. Damon Huard (1992-95) Career Pass Completions Name 1. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 2. Jake Locker (2007-10) 3. Keith Price (2010-) 4. Brock Huard (1996-98) 5. Steve Pelluer (1980-83) Damon Huard (1992-95) TDs 55 54 53 53 36 TDs 821 619 524 484 472 472

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* RUNNING BACKS * TB - #25, Bishop Sankey, 5-10, 203, Jr. Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 in 2012 ... won the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award ... finished the year with 1,439 yards, the 3rd-highest total in UW single-season history ... also had 16 rushing touchdowns in 2012, second-most ever at UW ... 289 carries in 2012 were third-most while 110.7 rushing yards per game ranked No. 8 ... named the MVP of the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas when he rushed for a school bowl-record 205 yds. on 30 carries while also catching 6 passes for 74 yds. ... moved past the 1,000-yard mark for the season with a good game vs. Utah ... set a new career-high with 34 carries vs. the Utes, good for 156 yds. and two scores ... also had 4 catches in the win over Utah ... just the 11th different Husky to rush for 1,000 yds. ... ran for 130 yds. on 23 carries and caught 4 passes for 48 in win at Colorado ... added more career-bests when he rushed for 189 and 2 TDs on 29 carries at Cal ... set a thencareer-high for rushing yards with 144 on 20 carries in the Huskies win over No. 8 Stanford ... rushed for more yards in the game than Stanford had given up, as a team, in its first 3 games total (124) ... scored a 61-yard TD on a fourth-and-one play vs. the Cardinal that got the Huskies within 3 points at 13-10 ... posted first career 100-yard game in win over Portland State, going for 103 on 14 carries ... had third straight 100-yard game at Oregon, going for 104 and 2 TDs on 25 carries ... played in 12 of 13 in 2011 ... 4A all-state and 2-time Seattle Times all-state selection ... Greater Spokane League MVP in 2010 ... set GSL record with 4,355 career rush yds. ... rushed for 2,518 as a senior, also a GSL record. Career Highs: 34 car., 205 yds., 2 TDs., 6 rec., 74 rec. yds. TB - #12, Dwayne Washington, 6-1, 220, RS-Fr. Redshirted 2012 season, moving from WR to TB ... as a HS senior, had 66 catches for 1,338 yds. (20-plus yds./catch) and 15 TDs ... also a sprinter and long jumper on the track team. TB- #24, Jesse Callier, 5-10, 207, Jr. Suffered season-ending injury early in season opener last season ... played in all 13 games in 2011 as No. 2 TB and as one of UWs primary kick returners ... scored a TD on a blocked punt early in Apple Cup win over WSU in 11 ... played in all 13 as a true freshman in 2010 ... rushed for 107 yds. on 10 carries vs. UCLA (2010) ... enrolled in spring, 2010 ... rushed for 3,010 yds. and 43 TDs as a sr. at Warren HS ... led the state of California in rushing yds. ... 6,529 rush yards in 3-year career. Career Highs: 10 car., 107 yds., 1 TD. TB - #32, Deontae Cooper, 6-0, 201, Jr. Has missed first 3 UW seasons with 3 separate knee injuries, but returned to practice this fall ... finished high school career with 7,450 rushing yds. and 107 touchdowns ... rushed for 2,863 yards and 34 touchdowns on 316 carries as a senior at Citrus Hill ... once ran for 412 yards and four scores on 59 carries in a win over Great Oak HS. FB - #28, Psalm Wooching, 6-3, 228, RS-Fr. RSfreshman played RB and LB at Kealakehe HS on Big Island ... also a standout rugby player and participated in track and basketball in HS. HB (FB) - #18, Derrick Brown, 6-2, 245, So. Moved to H-back in fall of 2013 after having played QB last 2 seasons at UW ... saw action in 3 games as QB in 2012 after redshirting 2011 season ... North County Times Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... passed for 1,601 yards and rushed for 1,037 as a senior. SANKEYS BIG STATS: In 2012, despite entering the season No. 2 on the depth chart, Bishop Sankey posted an historic season, rushing for 1,439 yards and 16 TDs, the third- and second-most in UW history, respectively. Heres a look at those two top-5 lists: eason Rushing Yards S 1. Corey Dillon (1996) 2. Chris Polk (2011) 3. Bishop Sankey (2012) 4. Chris Polk (2010) 5. Greg Lewis (1990) TC 301 293 289 260 248 NYG 1,695 1,488 1,439 1,415 1,407 AVG 5.6 5.1 5.0 5.4 5.7 eason Rushing Touchdowns S 1. Corey Dillon 2. Bishop Sankey 3. Rashaan Shehee 4. Napoleon Kaufman Jacque Robinson Year TDs 1996 24 2012 16 1995 15 1993 14 1984 14

* WIDE RECEIVERS * #2, Kasen Williams, 6-2, 212, Jr. Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 in 2012 ... 77 receptions were good for the No. 3 spot on the all-time UW single-season list 878 yds. were eighth-most in Husky history ... set new career-highs in the Huskies win over No. 8 Stanford ... caught 10 passes for 129 yards and a TD vs. the Cardinal ... 35-yard TD reception with 4:53 was the final score of the game in the 17-13 win ... first Husky since 2003 (Reggie Williams vs. Arizona) to record doubledigit receptions in a game ... played in all 13 , starting 3, in 2011 ... 6 TD receptions tied for 2nd on team ... Parade National Player of the Year as a senior at Skyline HS ... MaxPreps.coms National Athlete of the Year (all sports) ... Gatorade State Player of the Year in both FB and track ... named Seattle Times boys athlete of the year last 3 years of high school ... played in 4 state title games in HS, winning 3 ... swept the states 4A long, triple and high jump titles as HS senior ... father, Aaron, was a 4-year letterman at UW (1979-82). Career Highs: 10 rec., 129 yds., 2 TDs. #1, John Ross, 5-11, 173, Fr. Listed as a starter at one WR spot and as a returner in first depth chart of 2013 ... named the Moore League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2012 ... also the Moore League Co-Player of the Year as a junior. #8, Kevin Smith, 5-11, 214, Sr. Played in 12 of 13 last year ... career-high 4 receptions for 48 yds. in start at No. 3 LSU ... had 15 receptions and had 37 kick returns in 2011 ... 25.9-yd. KOR avg. was 7th-best in UW history ... played in 10 of 13 as a true freshman, missing other 3 with injury ... Pioneer League MVP at Centennial HS in Compton, Calif. ... led team to first outright league title in 49 years. Career Highs: 4 rec., 53 yds. #4, Jaydon Mickens, 5-10, 170, So. Played in all 13 as a freshman in 2012 ... started season opener at WR ... season-high 4 rec. vs. USC ... played QB, RB and WR at Dorsey ... co-MVP of Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Career Highs: 4 rec., 47 yds., 1 TD. #19, DiAndre Campbell, 6-1, 202, Jr. Played in all 13 last year ... scored first career TD on a 20-yard pass from Price early in win over Portland State ... 2 catches for 28 yards vs. the Vikings ... first college start vs. Stanford, catching 2 passes for 10 yards ... had two catches for 13 yards as a starter at Oregon ... had four receptions for 42 yds. at WSU ... honorable mention Academic All-Pac-12 honors ... redshirted in 2010. Career Highs: 4 rec., 48 yds., 1 TD. #9, Damoreea Stringfellow, 6-3, 225, Fr. Earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Central Division honors as a senior ... played in the Under Armour AllAmerica game following senior season. #89, Antavius Sims, 6-0, 205, Sr. Played in 2 games last season, having enrolled in Jan., 2012 ... played QB at Ventura (Calif.) College in 2009-10, earning first-team all-conference (1,956 pass yds., 1,014 rush yds.) #16, Marvin Hall, 5-10, 182, So. A regular in the WR rotation and one of the teams top return specialists as a freshman in 2012 ... HS teammate of Jaydon Mickens at L.A.s Dorsey HS ... won L.A. City 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 4x400m titles as a HS senior. #23, Kendyl Taylor, 5-10, 198, So. Saw action at TB and WR in 2012, playing in all 13 as a true freshman ... rushed the ball 9 times for 78 yds. in win at Colorado, scoring on a 23-yd. reception ... Arizona state player of the year as a senior in 2011 ... father (Keith) and uncle (John) both had long NFL careers.

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* TIGHT ENDS * #88, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 6-6, 276, Jr. Named first-team All-America by virtually every preseason publication ... already UW school record-holder for career receptions (110), receiving yards (1,388) and TD catches (13) by a tight end ... also holds school records for single-season receptions (65) and yds. (850) by a TE ... named third-team All-America and 1 of 3 finalists for Mackey Award in 2012 ... top game in 2012 was 8 rec. for 152 yds. and 1 TD at Cal ... also 8 for 110 and a TD at Arizona ... played basketball for the UW in 2011-12 ... 4A all-state selection as a HS junior and senior ... finished Gig Harbor HS career with 126 receptions ... enrolled at UW in spring, 2010 ... ranked by several services as No. 2 TE recruit in the country. Career Highs: 8 rec., 152 yds., 2 TDs. #82, Joshua Perkins, 6-3, 224, So. Played in 9 of 13 games in 2012 ... redshirted as a freshman receiver in 2011 ... moved to H-back/TE in fall, 2012 ... caught 70 passes for 1,082 yds. as a senior at Gahr HS in Cerritos, Calif. #84, Michael Hartvigson, 6-6, 257, Jr. Played in all 13 games in 2012 ... also played in all 13, starting 7, at TE in 2011 ... had a TD at Oregon in 2011 ... played in first 4 games of 2010 before injury kept him out of last 9 ... was granted a medical redshirt for 2010 ... helped Bothell to 12-1 mark in 2009 ... cousins Chad and Grant Hartvigson both played baseball at UW. Career Highs: 2 rec., 33 yds., 1 TD. * OFFENSIVE LINEMEN * T - #59, Ben Riva, 6-6, 300, Jr. Started 8 of 13 last season, all at RT ... started opener, but then missed 5 games with injury ... played in 10 of 13 in 2011, mostly on PAT/FG ... redshirted 2010 ... 3A all-state and Metro League OL of the year as a senior at ODea in 2009. T - #72, Micah Hatchie, 6-5, 305, Jr. Started all 13 at LT in 2012 ... played in all 13 games, on both PAT/FG and at T on offense, in 2011 ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2010 ... all-state OL as a senior at Waialua HS in 2009. T - #62, Ross Dolbec, 6-6, 310, So. Saw action in 4 games last year, both on the OL and on PAT/FG ... walkon from Miramonte HS in Orinda, Calif. T - #52, Jake Eldrenkamp, 6-5, 287, Fr. Redshirted 2012 season ... helped lead Bellevue to the 3A state title all four seasons in HS ... went 52-3 during HS career. G - #76, Dexter Charles, 6-4, 289, So. Started 11 out of 13 (1 at RG, 10 at LG) as a RS-Fr. in 2012 ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2011... all-state (all levels) selection as a senior o-lineman at Stanwood HS. G - #64, Colin Tanigawa, 6-3, 275, Jr. Started first 2 games of 2012 at LG, but missed rest of season due to injury ...started first 11 games at LG in 2011, but broke leg in OSU game and missed last 2 ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2010 ... All-CIF Southern Section OL as a senior at Loyola HS in 2009. G - #70, James Atoe, 6-6, 349, Jr. Started 6 of 13, at RG and RT, in 2012 ... played in 3 games as backup G and on PAT/FG in 2011 ... redshirted in 2010 ... allleague OL as HS senior ... brother, Ryan, played football at Idaho. G - #60, Shane Brostek, 6-4, 278, So. Played both OL and DL in 2012 ... started at RG in win over #8 Stanford and also vs. Oregon and USC .. all-state at Hawaii Prep on the Big Island ... also a standout disc and shot thrower ... son of UW AllAmerican Bern Brostek. C - #78, Mike Criste, 6-5, 306, Jr. Played in all 13, starting 7, mainly at RG ... backed up at C, but saw no game action, in 2011 ... redshirted 2010 ... All-CIF Southern Section as senior at Mission Viejo. C - #65, Siosifa Tufunga, 6-2, 305, So. Saw action in 2 games in 2012 ... redshirted 2011 ... Moore League o-lineman of the year as a senior in 2010. * DEFENSIVE LINEMEN * #8, Hauoli Kikaha, 6-3, 250, Jr. Changed last name (formerly Jamora) and uniform number (52) prior to 2013 season ... missed all of 2012 due to injury ... started first 4 games of 2011, but then suffered season-ending injury vs. Cal ... played in all 13 as a true freshman in 2010, starting final 7 ... 3.5 tackles for loss and 1 sack in Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... 8 tackles vs. Stanford and Nebraska (regular-season meeting) ... named Hawaii HS defensive player of the year ... led Kahuku to 12-1 record and state runner-up in 2009 ... league champ in judo. #80, Evan Hudson, 6-5, 277, Jr. Moved from TE to d-line prior to start of 2013 fall camp ... former walkon earned a scholarship prior to 2011 season ... started 4 games at TE in 2012, and played in all 13 games ... played in 10 of 13, starting at Oregon in 2011 ... caught 1 pass, a 2-yd. TD at Stanford in 11 ... redshirted as true freshman in 2010 ... also redshirted as a pitcher on UW baseball team in 2011 ... helped Bothell to 12-1 record as HS senior. #71, Danny Shelton, 6-1, 327, Jr. Started all 13 in 2012 and earned first-team Academic All-Pac-12 and honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... 10 tackles at No. 3 LSU, most by a UW defensive lineman since 2008 ... played in all 13, starting vs. WSU, as a true freshman in 2011 ... season-high 5 tackles in Alamo Bowl ... at Auburn HS, first-team 4A all-state at both OL and DL as a senior and also all-state OL as a junior ... 2-time SPSL OL and DL of the year ... also 4A state shotput champion. #42, Cory Littleton, 6-3, 230, So. Played in last 9 games of freshman year in 2012 ... started at Oregon and Arizona ... Grossmont Valley League defensive MVP at Mount Miguel HS in 2011 and in 2010. #93, Andrew Hudson, 6-3, 252, Jr. Started all 13 games at DE in 2013, earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... teams DL of the year ... career-high 9 tackles vs. Boise State in bowl game ... 7 tackles at #3 LSU ... played in all 13, starting 2, in 2011 ... 3 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in the Alamo Bowl ... redshirted 2010 season ... helped HS to 33-4 record in his three seasons. #22, Josh Shirley, 6-3, 232, Jr. Started 5 of 13 games at RE in 2012 ... 5 tackles, 2 sacks and a FF at Colorado ... forced 2 fumbles vs. Boise State in bowl game ... played in all 13, starting 7, in 2011 ... 28 total tackles, including 12 for loss and 8.5 sacks ... had 3 sacks in the Alamo Bowl ... 4 tackles, 2.5 for loss in 2011 Apple Cup ... redshirted 2010 season ... 1 of 12 semifinalists for the high school Butkus Award as a HS senior ... played in the U.S. Army All-America game, where he scored on a 77-yard return of a blocked field goal. #91, Connor Cree, 6-4, 260, So. Played in 12 of 13 games in 2012, mainly on special teams ... redshirted 2011 season ... all-league DE and 2nd-team TE as a senior at Skyline ... helped lead Spartans to 12-2 record and state title game in 2010. #97, Lawrence Lagafuaina, 6-0, 334, Jr. Played in first 3 games of 2012 before season-ending injury ... season-high 3 tackles vs. Portland State ... played in 8 of 13 games in 2011 ... redshirted 2010 season ... league defensive player of the year and all-state at Aiea HS. #95, Jarett Finau, 6-2, 263, So. Played in 9 of 13 games in 2012 ... redshirted 2011 season as a true freshman ... first-team all-state (all levels) ... all-league LB and TE ... led Juanita to a 9-2 record and state quarters as a senior in 2010. #55, Sione Potoae, 6-2, 278, Sr. Saw time in all 13 games in 2012 ... seasonhigh 3 tackles at Cal ... played in 11 of 13 in 2011, starting vs. Cal ... season-high 3 tackles vs. USC ... also played in 11 of 13 as a freshman in 2010 ... started 2 games that year ... all-state and South Puget Sound League d-lineman of the year at Lakes HS last year ... first 4-year varsity starter at Lakes since 1963. #5, Joe Mathis, 6-4, 250, Fr. Led Upland HS to 12-1 record in 2012, earning all-league and all-area, plus second-team all-state ...played in U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl. * LINEBACKERS* #10, John Timu, 6-1, 235, Jr. Earned honorable mention Academic All-Pac-12 and All-Pac-12 in 2012 ... captained the team as a sophomore ... started all 13 at MLB ... career-high 15 tackles vs. Boise State in Vegas Bowl ... 11 tackles vs. WSU and 9 tackles with an INT vs. Utah ... played in 12 of 13 games, starting 8, as a true freshman in 2011 ... hadnt played in nearly 2 years due to injury ... compiled 52 tackles, including 5 TFLs ... season-high 8 tackles vs. Oregon and Baylor ... greyshirted 2010 season mainly due to injury suffered as HS senior ... enrolled at UW in Jan. 2011 ... Moore League Player of the Year as a junior quarterback ... also played S, P and K for LB Jordan. #7, Shaq Thompson, 6-2, 225, So. Started all 13 games at nickel as a freshman in 2012 ... earned second-team freshman All-America and honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... 8 tackles and an INT at Oregon ... 7 tackles, 2 TFLs and big INT in win at Cal ... 8 stops, sack and fumble recovery at WSU ... 8 tackles in bowl game Page 7

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... consensus No. 1 safety recruit in the nation out of Sacramentos Grant HS ... first-team All-America by Parade and USA Today and 1 of 6 finalists for U.S. Army National Player of the Year ... brother, SydQuan played at Cal and in NFL. #41, Travis Feeney, 6-4, 224, So. Started 9 of 13 games at LB as RS-Fr. in 2012 ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 and Academic All-Pac-12 ... season-high 12 tackles at Oregon ... 9 tackles vs. Boise State in bowl game ... redshirted the 2011 season ... moved from safety to LB during 2012 fall camp ... first-team AllEast Bay as a senior at Pinole Valley HS ... led team to 11-1-1 record in 2010 ... drafted by As in the 48th round of the 2011 MLB draft, but didnt sign a contract. #37, Princeton Fuimaono, 6-1, 217 , Sr. Veteran has played in 36 of 39 during UW career ... played in 10 of 13 last year, missing some time due to injury ... led the team with 6 forced fumbles ... started vs. Portland State, OSU and Cal ... 7 tackles vs. Bears ... started all 13 at OLB in 2011 ... totaled 64 tackles, including 8.5 for loss and 3 sacks that year ... season-high 12 tackles at USC ... 9 total tackles, 4 TFLs, 1 sack and a fumble recovery in Apple Cup win over WSU ... played in all 13 games as a freshman in 2010 ... started at Oregon ... season-high 6 tackles at Arizona ... first-team all-league LB at Long Beach Jordan, where he also played RB, TE and WR. #50, Thomas Tutogi, 6-0, 249, Sr. Has played in every game since coming to UW ... started in win over # 8 Stanford last year, making 10 tackles ... career-high 12 tackles at LSU ... played in all 13 games, mainly on special teams, in 2011 ... blocked a punt that was returned for a TD vs. WSU ... season-high 4 tackles at Stanford ... JC transfer enrolled at UW in January after just 1 season at Southwestern JC ... prepped at Chula Vista HS. #47, Scott Lawyer, 6-2, 227, So. Played in 2 games in 2012 (LSU and PSU) ... redshirted 2011 season as a true freshman ... first-team all-league as a LB at Oak Grove in 2010 ... also played WR in HS. #58, Jamaal Kearse, 6-1, 221, Jr. Missed first part of 2012 season due to injury, but returned to action at Oregon ... had a tackle and fumble recovery in win over Utah ... played in all 13 games, starting 4 at one OLB spot in 2011 ... seasonhigh 5 tackles at Stanford ... 4 tackles and an 18-yd. fumble return for a TD at Utah ... redshirted in 2010 ... 3A all-state DB as a senior at Lakes in 2009 ... younger brother of former UW receiver and current Seahawk Jermaine Kearse ... led Lakes to 12-1 record as a senior. * DEFENSIVE BACKS * #1, Sean Parker, 5-10, 195, Sr. Started all 13 games each of the last 2 years ... captain and honorable mention All-Pac-12 in 2012 ... 76 tackles were 2nd on the team ... season-high 12 tackles in game at Oregon ... started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2011 ... career-best 15 tackles vs. Baylor ... 11 tackles at Nebraska and 10 at USC ... played in 9 of 13, missing 4 due to injury, as a true freshman in 2010 ... USA Today second-team All-America as a senior at Narbonne HS ... played in U.S. Army All-America game. #21, Marcus Peters, 5-11, 193, So. Played in all 13 and started last 8 in 2012 ... scored on 21-yd. INT return vs. Portland State ... 9 tackles and a pick in first career start (USC) ... redshirted 2011 season ... MVP of the Oakland Athletic League as a senior in 2010 ... led McClymonds to 12- record and Silver Bowl title. #18, Gregory Ducre, 5-10, 178, Sr. Played in all 13 games, starting 1, in 2012 ... season-high four tackles at WSU ... started 6 and played in all 13 in 2011 ... 4 tackles and an INT at Utah ... 5 stops and a fumble recovery vs. EWU ... 6 tackles and another FR vs. Hawaii ... played in all 13 games as a true freshman ... member of a Crenshaw HS team that won the CIF Open Bowl and finished 14-1. #13, Will Shamburger, 6-0, 192, Sr. Along with HS teammate Keith Price, 1 of just 2 Huskies in 5th year at the UW ... played in all 13 in 2012, starting twice ... 44-yard fumble return for TD vs. San Diego State ... 5 tackles vs. Boise Stat ein bowl game ... played in 11 of 13, starting 4, in 2011 ... 9 tackles at Oregon, 8 at USC ... played in 10 of 13 games as RS-freshman in 2010 ... redshirted true freshman season in 2009 while recovering from injury. #32, Tre Watson, 5-9, 186, Sr. Earned a scholarship prior to 2012 season, when the played in all 13 games, starting 5 ... returned an INT for a TD vs. SDSU, his first Page 8 game at the UW ... scored on a 79-yard return of a blocked FG vs. PSU ... seasonhigh 6 tackles at LSU ... transferred from Central Washington prior to 2011 season and redshirted due to transfer rules ... started 10 of 11 at CWU in 2010, helping Wildcats to 8-3 record ... played in 2009 at West Hills College. #3, Cleveland Wallace, 5-11, 171, RS-Fr. Redshirted the 2012 season ... named teams special teams scout MVP ... prepped at Oak Grove, one year behind fellow Husky Scott Lawyer ... named co-defensive league MVP as a senior ... played RB, WR, DB, KOR and P as a senior. #9, Brandon Beaver, 6-0, 192, Fr. Redshirted the 2012 season ... All-CIF as a senior at Dominguez HS ... also on Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team ... played in U.S. Army All-Amer. Bowl. #27, Trevor Walker, 5-11, 187, Fr. True freshman enrolled last January ... alldistrict as a junior and senior at Mansfield Timberview HS in Texas. #14, Taz Stevenson, 6-1, 201, Sr. Senior played in all 13, mainly on special teams, as a junior in 2012 ... two tackles and a forced fumble at LSU ... has spent time at LB and DB ... played in 8 of 13, missing 4 due to injury in 2011 ... played in all 13 games as a freshman in 2010 ... first-team all-state all-purpose player as a senior at Mililani HS in Hawaii ... played RB, WR, S and returned kicks. #39, Thomas Vincent, 6-0, 199, So. Walkon soph. enrolled in spring, 2011 ... saw first college action vs. Portland State in 2012 ... has also played QB for the UW ... 1A all-state all-purpose and league MVP as a HS senior ... passed for 1,843 yards and rushed for 1,509 as a senior at Kings. #26, Travell Dixon, 6-1, 196, Jr. Joined UW last year, but wasnt eligible to play due to NCAA transfer rules (had enrolled at Alabama in the spring) ... played at Eastern Arizona College, earning JC All-America in 2011. #6, Jermaine Kelly, 6-2, 183, Fr. True freshman earned All-CIF as a senior, leading Salesian to an 11-2 record ... attended San Pedro HS as a junior. #20, Kevin King, 6-2, 178, Fr. All-East Bay, All-Metro, All-NorCal and all-state at Oaklands Bishop ODowd in 2012 ... also standout on HS track team. * SPECIALISTS* PK/P - #46, Travis Coons, 6-2, 199, Sr. Handled all place kicks and most punts last season, his first at UW ... connected on 9-of-14 field goal attempts on the season, with a long of 45 yards ... averaged 39.8 yards on 54 punts ... also made all 39 of his PAT tries ... JC transfer from Mt. San Antonio College ... helped Mt. SAC to a 10-2 record in 2011 ... rated No. 3 kicking prospect in nation by Chris Sailer Kicking. P/HLD - #45, Korey Durkee, 6-4, 221, So. Appeared as the punter in each of the first 3 games last year, averaging 36.9 yards on four attempts ... expected to serve as the UWs holder this season while also possibly punting ... 4A all-state punter as a senior, averaging 45.9 yards per punt ... first-team all-league as both P and PK ... also an all-state goalkeeper on soccer team. #48, Cameron Van Winkle, 5-10, 183, Fr. True freshman enrolled at the UW in April of 2013 ... state state records for career (39) and single-season (18, in 2011) field goals made at Mount Si HS ... two-time AP all-state. #40, Zach Grossnickle, 6-2, 195, Sr. A fifth-year senior who transferred to the UW from Colorado, where he earned degrees in business and political science ... enrolled in public policy masters program at UW .. spent 4 years at CU ... starting punter in 2010 and handled most of the kickoffs in 2012. #77, Ryan Masel, 6-0, 216, So. Former walkon handled all of the long snaps for the 2012 season ... awarded a scholarship prior to 2013 season ... helped Desert Vista HS to state title as a senior in 2011.

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2013 Hus ky Depth Chart


P ost - Tr a i n i n g Ca mp (Au g u s t 2 4 , 2 0 1 3 )
DEFENSE
Pos. No. Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown DE 8 HAUOLI KIKAHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 250, Laie, Hawaii. 93 Andrew Hudson OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 252, Redlands, Calif. 5 Joe Mathis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-4, 250, Ontario, Calif. DT 80 EVAN HUDSON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr. 6-5, 277, Bothell, Wash. 91 Connor Cree OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 260, Sammamish, Wash. 95 Jarett Finau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 263, Kirkland, Wash. NT 71 DANNY SHELTON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 327, Auburn, Wash. 97 Lawrence Lagafuaina OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-0, 334, Aiea, Hawaii 55 Sione Potoae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-2, 278, Fort Lewis, Wash. RE 42 CORY LITTLETON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 230, Spring Valley, Calif. 22 Josh Shirley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 232, Fontana, Calif. LB 41 TRAVIS FEENEY OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 224, Richmond, Calif. 37 PRINCETON FUIMAONO. . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-1, 217, Long Beach, Calif. LB 10 JOHN TIMU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 235, Long Beach, Calif. 50 Thomas Tutogi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-1, 249, Chula Vista, Calif.

OFFENSE
Pos. No. Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown WR 2 KASEN WILLIAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 212, Sammamish, Wash. 9 Damoreea Stringfellow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-3, 225, Perris, Calif. 89 Antavius Sims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-0, 205, Americus, Ga. LT 72 MICAH HATCHIE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-5, 305, Haleiwa, Hawaii 52 Jake Eldrenkamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-5, 287, Medina, Wash. LG 76 DEXTER CHARLES . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 289, Camano Island, Wash. 60 Shane Brostek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 278, Kamuela, Hawaii C 78 MIKE CRISTE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-5, 306, Mission Viejo, Calif. 65 Siosifa Tufunga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 305, Long Beach, Calif. RG 64 COLIN TANIGAWA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 275, Pasadena, Calif. 70 James Atoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-6, 349, The Dalles, Ore.

RT 59 BEN RIVA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-6, 300, Seattle, Wash. 62 Ross Dolbec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-6, 310, Orinda, Calif. 79 Coleman Shelton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-5, 285, Pasadena, Calif. TE 88 AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS. . . . . . . . Jr., 6-6, 276, Fox Island, Wash. 82 Joshua Perkins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 224, Cerritos, Calif. 84 Michael Hartvigson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-6, 257, Bothell, Wash.

QB 17 KEITH PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-1, 202, Compton, Calif. 10 Cyler Miles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-4, 213, Centennial, Colo. 5 Jeff Lindquist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-3, 236, Mercer Island, Wash. TB 25 BISHOP SANKEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 5-10, 203, Spokane, Wash. 12 Dwayne Washington. . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-1, 220, Lakewood, Calif. 24 Jesse Callier OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 5-10, 207, Downey, Calif. 32 Deontae Cooper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-0, 201, Perris, Calif. FB 28 PSALM WOOCHING. . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-3, 228, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 18 Derrick Brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 245, Winchester, Calif. WR 1 JOHN ROSS OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-11, 173, Long Beach, Calif. 4 JAYDON MICKENS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-10, 170, Los Angeles, Calif. 23 Kendyl Taylor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-10, 200, Chandler, Ariz. WR 8 KEVIN SMITH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 214, Compton, Calif. 19 DiAndre Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 202, Oakland, Calif. 16 Marvin Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-10, 182, Los Angeles, Calif. NOTE: 12 positions listed on offense (three wide receivers)

LB 7 SHAQ THOMPSON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 224, Sacramento, Calif. 58 Jamaal Kearse OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 221, Lakewood, Wash. 47 Scott Lawyer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So, 6-2, 227, San Jose, Calif. S 13 WILL SHAMBURGER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-0, 192, Compton, Calif. 32 Tre Watson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-9, 186, Seattle, Wash. 9 Brandon Beaver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-0, 192, Compton, Calif. S 1 SEAN PARKER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-10, 195, Los Angeles, Calif. 27 Trevor Walker OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-11, 187, Mansfield, Texas 20 Kevin King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-2, 178, San Leandro, Calif. CB 21 MARCUS PETERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-11, 193, Oakland, Calif. 3 Cleveland Wallace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 5-11, 171, San Jose, Calif. 32 Tre Watson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-9, 186, Seattle, Wash. CB 18 GREGORY DUCRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-10, 178, Los Angeles, Calif. 3 Cleveland Wallace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 5-11, 171, San Jose, Calif. 6 Jermaine Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-2, 183, Los Angeles, Calif.

SPECIALISTS
Pos. No. Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown PK 46 TRAVIS COONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-2, 199, Alta Loma, Calif. 48 Cameron Van Winkle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-10, 183, Fall City, Wash. P 46 TRAVIS COONS OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-2, 199, Alta Loma, Calif. 45 KOREY DURKEE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 221, Gig Harbor, Wash. KR 8 KEVIN SMITH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 214, Compton, Calif. 1 JOHN ROSS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-11, 173, Long Beach, Calif. PR 1 JOHN ROSS OR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-11, 173, Long Beach, Calif. 2 KASEN WILLIAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 212, Sammamish, Wash. LS 77 RYAN MASEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .So., 6-0, 216, Phoenix, Ariz. HLD 45 KOREY DURKEE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 221, Gig Harbor, Wash.

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T H E L A ST TIME . . .
100-YARD RUSHER by UW 205, Bishop Sankey, vs. Boise State, 12/22/12 by Opp. 142, John White, Utah, 11/10/12 TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS by UW 138, Chris Polk vs. UCLA, 11/18/10 107, Jesse Callier vs. UCLA, 11/18/10 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 THREE 100-YARD RUSHERS by UW 222, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 148, Terry Hollimon vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 100, Maurice Shaw vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 200-YARD RUSHER by UW 205, Bishop Sankey, vs. Boise State, 12/22/12 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 60-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 61, Bishop Sankey vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 by Opp. 72, D.J. Harper, Boise State, 12/22/12 70-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 72, Chris Polk at Washington State, 12/4/10 by Opp. 72, D.J. Harper, Boise State, 12/22/12 80-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 86, Rich Alexis at Arizona State, 10/14/00 by Opp. 89, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 THREE RUSHING TDS by UW Keith Price (3) vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. Carl Winson (3), Washington State, 11/23/12 30 OR MORE RUSHES by UW 30, Bishop Sankey, vs. Boise State, 12/22/12 by Opp. 32, Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State, 10/16/10 TEAM RUSHED FOR 300 YARDS by UW 315, at Washington State, 12/4/10 by Opp. 482, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 300-YARD PASSER by UW 438, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 350, Jeff Tuel, Washington State, 11/23/12 400-YARD PASSER by UW 438, Keith Price, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 473, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 SCORED ON OVER A 50-YARD PASS PLAY by UW 80 yards, Keith Price to J. Kearse vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 54 yards, Sean Mannion to Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 10/27/12 25 PASS COMPLETIONS by UW 29, Keith Price at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 26, Joe Southwick, Boise State, 12/22/12 40 PASS ATTEMPTS by UW 52, Keith Price at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 53, Jeff Tuel, Washington State, 11/23/12 THREE OR MORE TD PASSES by UW 5, Keith Price at Colorado, 11/17/12 by Opp. 4, Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 FOUR OR MORE TD PASSES by UW 5, Keith Price at Colorado, 11/17/12 by Opp. 4, Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 100-YARD RECEIVER by UW 152, Austin Seferian-Jenkins at California, 11/2/12 by Opp. 143, Dominique Williams, Washington State, 11/23/12 200-YARD RECEIVER by UW 216, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 10/18/03 by Opp. 244, Golden Tate, Notre Dame, 10/3/09 100 YARDS RECEIVING BY TWO OR MORE PLAYERS by UW Reggie Williams (116) and Patrick Reddick (105) vs. California, 10/5/02 by Opp. Brandon Kaufman (140) and Nicholas Edwards (108), EWU, 9/3/11 TEN OR MORE RECEPTIONS by UW 10, Kasen Williams vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 by Opp. 11, Juron Criner, Arizona, 10/29/11 THREE OR MORE TD RECEPTIONS by UW 4, Jermaine Kearse vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10 by Opp. 3, Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, 10/4/08 THREE FIELD GOALS by UW Erik Folk (3) vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 by Opp. Michael Frisina (3), Boise State, 12/22/12 FOUR FIELD GOALS by UW Erik Folk (4) at USC, 10/2/10 by Opp. Alex Zendejas (4), Arizona, 10/10/09 50+ YARD FIELD GOAL by UW 53, Erik Folk vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 by Opp. 53, Giorgio Tavecchio, California, 11/27/10

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THE LAS T TIME ...


MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN by UW Ryan Perkins (blocked), vs. Brigham Young, 9/6/08 by Opp. Michael Frisina (blocked), Boise State, 12/22/12 TWO INTERCEPTIONS by UW Scott White, vs. Oregon State, 10/14/06 by Opp. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11 THREE INTERCEPTIONS by UW Russell Hairston, vs. Oregon, 10/23/93 by Opp. Lamont Thompson, Washington State, 11/22/97 MADE 15+ TACKLES by UW 15, John Timu, vs. Boise State, 12/22/12 by Opp. 17, J.C. Percy, Boise State, 12/22/12 MADE 20+ TACKLES by UW 22, John Fiala, at Arizona State, 9/7/96 by Opp. 21, Marcus Bell, Arizona, 10/3/98 PUNT RETURNED FOR TD by UW 86 yards, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 10/18/03 by Opp. 63 yards, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12 BLOCKED PUNT FOR TD by UW Jesse Callier (blocked by Thomas Tutogi) vs. Washington St., 11/26/11 by Opp. Anthony Brown (also blocked by Brown), USC, 10/13/12 PUNT BLOCKED (NO TD) by UW Chris Stevens, vs. Arizona State, 11/8/08 by Opp. Deone Bucannon, Washington State, 11/26/11 BLOCKED FIELD GOAL by UW Andre Heidari (Desmond Trufant) vs. USC, 10/13/12 by Opp. Joshua Leonard, Hawaii (Ryan Perkins), 12/01/07 KICKOFF RETURNED FOR TD by UW 89 yards, Louis Rankin, vs. Washington State, 11/24/07 by Opp. 88 yards, Marqise Lee, USC, 11/12/11 INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TD by UW Marcus Peters (21 yards) vs. Portland State, 9/15/11 by Opp. Avery Patterson (43 yards), Oregon, 10/6/12 FUMBLE RECOVERED FOR TD by UW Terry Johnson, vs. Idaho, 9/20/03 by Opp. Rodney Leisle, UCLA, 10/4/03 FUMBLE RETURNED FOR TD by UW 44 yards, Will Shamburger, vs. San Diego State, 9/1/12 by Opp. 21 yards, Cameron Jordan, California, 11/27/10 SCORED A SAFETY by UW Team (holding in endzone), vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10 by Opp. Devon Kennard (sack in endzone), USC, 11/12/11 SURPASSED 500-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 533, Arizona, 10/20/12 SURPASSED 600-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 777, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 RECORDED A SHUTOUT by UW 30-0, vs. Washington State, 11/28/09 by Opp. 0-41, Stanford, 10/30/10 BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS by UW vs. Arizona (54-0), 10/5/91 and vs. Toledo (48-0), 10/12/91 by Opp. by USC (0-0), 11/4/61 and by Oregon State (0-3), 11/11/61 SCORED 50 POINTS by UW 52-13, vs. Portland State, 9/15/11 by Opp. 52-17, at Arizona, 10/20/12 SCORED 60 POINTS by UW 66-0, vs. Oregon, 10/26/74 by Opp. 67-56, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 PLAYED TO A TIE by UW 21-21 vs. USC, 10/28/95 PLAYED AN OVERTIME GAME Win 35-34 win vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10 Loss 28-31 loss at Washington State, 11/23/12 70-YARD PUNT by UW 82, Kiel Rasp, at California, 11/27/10 by Opp. 74, Rob Myers, Washington State, 11/18/89 TEAM FAILED TO RUSH FOR 100-YARDS by UW 75, at Washington State, 11/23/12 by Opp. 19, Washington State, 11/23/12 TEAM FAILED TO PASS FOR 100-YARDS by UW 72, vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10 by Opp. 51, Colorado, 11/17/12 10 OR MORE PENALTIES by UW 18, at Washington State, 11/23/12 by Opp. 10, USC, 10/13/12 100 PENALTY YARDS by UW 129, at Washington State, 11/23/12 by Opp. 102, Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Team Statistics (as of Dec 22, 2012) All games
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Washington Opponents
1st 2nd

Team Statistics

312 24.0 247 98 127 22 1851 2198 347 466 4.0 142.4 19 2765 266-438-14 6.3 10.4 212.7 19 4616 904 5.1 355.1 43-909 20-135 17-204 21.1 6.8 12.0 24-14 108-969 74.5 70-2702 38.6 34.8 63-3714 59.0 52.6 31: 51 67/187 36% 10/24 42% 27-145 84 41 9-14 0-0 (39-52) 75% (33-52) 63% (39-39) 100% 351699 6/58616
3rd 4th OT

WASH

314 24.2 239 98 113 28 2081 2354 273 471 4.4 160.1 17 2565 217-394-17 6.5 11.8 197.3 17 4646 865 5.4 357.4 49-1083 20-128 14-262 22.1 6.4 18.7 32-16 79-677 52.1 57-2252 39.5 36.8 66-4021 60.9 39.2 28: 09 69/186 37% 9/23 39% 38-248 0 38 17-21 0-1 (37-43) 86% (21-43) 49% (31-33) 94% 317662 6/52944 1/33217

OPP

57 101 78 87

99 77

55 69

0 3

Total 312 314

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 22, 2012) All games
Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

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

13 289 1491 52 1439 5.0 16 13 35 209 0 209 6.0 0 6 28 149 4 145 5.2 1 6 29 108 9 99 3.4 0 13 3 26 0 26 8.7 0 1 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 9 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 6 1 0 4 -4 -4.0 0 3 2 0 7 -7 -3.5 0 13 1 0 11 -11 -11.0 0 7 7 0 12 -12 -1.7 0 13 69 214 248 -34 -0.5 2 13 466 2198 347 1851 4.0 19 13 471 2354 273 2081 4.4 17
gp effic comp-att-int pct

61 44 31 17 20 1 1 0 0 0 0 17 61 64

110.7 16.1 24.2 16.5 2.0 1.0 0.0 -0.7 -2.3 -0.8 -1.7 -2.6 142.4 160.1
lg avg/g

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

10 6 2 1 1 20 20
no.

82 33 8 7 5 135 128 36 54 1 20 0 59 34 0 204 262

8.2 5.5 4.0 7.0 5.0 6.8 6.4 12.0 18.0 0.3 10.0 0.0 29.5 34.0 0.0 12.0 18.7 21.5 22.3 16.6 23.0 15.0 21.1 22.1 1.0 3.0 4.0 21.0 3.0 44.0 0.0 12.7 1.3

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

31 23 6 7 5 31 63
lg

yds avg td

yds td

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

13 3 13 13 13 13
gp

122.38 263-432-13 60.9 2726 19 38.64 2-5-1 40.0 23 0 234.40 1-1-0 100.0 16 0 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 121.68 266-438-14 60.7 2765 19 115.37 217-394-17 55.1 2565 17
no. yds avg td lg avg/g

47 209.7 16 7.7 16 1.2 0 0.0 47 212.7 70 197.3

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

3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 17 14
no.

33 26 1 13 0 47 34 0 47 60
lg

yds avg td

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

13 77 878 13 69 850 13 33 249 13 20 190 13 16 167 13 14 110 13 13 103 12 6 68 13 6 55 13 5 31 6 2 21 13 2 19 1 2 8 13 1 16 13 266 2765 13 217 2565

11.4 12.3 7.5 9.5 10.4 7.9 7.9 11.3 9.2 6.2 10.5 9.5 4.0 16.0 10.4 11.8

6 7 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 17

39 43 42 47 21 23 19 22 31 11 16 10 9 16 47 70

67.5 65.4 19.2 14.6 12.8 8.5 7.9 5.7 4.2 2.4 3.5 1.5 8.0 1.2 212.7 197.3

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

19 408 16 357 5 83 2 46 1 15 43 909 49 1083


no.

31 37 26 30 15 37 59
lg

yds avg td

SeferianJenkins Hudson, Andrew Glenn, Justin Thompson, Shaq Crichton, Talia Shamburger, W. Watson, Tre Total Opponents

1 1 1 1 1 1 0 6 3

1 3 4 21 3 44 0 76 4

1 3 4 21 3 44 0 44 2

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 22, 2012) All games
WASHINGTON vs. BOISE STATE HUSKY STADIUM AUG. 31, 2013 7:05 P.M. PT (FOX SPORTS 1)
Scoring td fg kick PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf pts Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g

Sankey, Bishop Coons, Travis SeferianJenkins Williams, Kasen Campbell, D. Price, Keith Bruns, Cody Wilson, Erich Taylor, Kendyl Shamburger, W. Peters, Marcus Watson, Tre Mickens, Jaydon Total Opponents

16 - 9-14 39-39 7 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 9-14 39-39 38 17-21 31-33

1-3

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

- 96 - 66 - 42 - 36 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 - 312 - 314

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

13 13 13 6 6 13 13 3 1 6 13 7 13 13

501 -34 2726 2692 289 1439 0 1439 35 209 0 209 28 145 0 145 29 99 0 99 3 26 0 26 1 0 16 16 7 -7 23 16 1 1 0 1 1 -4 0 -4 1 -11 0 -11 7 -12 0 -12 904 1851 2765 4616 865 2081 2565 4646

207.1 110.7 16.1 24.2 16.5 2.0 1.2 5.3 1.0 -0.7 -0.8 -1.7 355.1 357.4

Field Goals

fg

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

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Coons, Travis
FG Sequence

9-14 64.3 0-0


Washington

2-2

3-5

4-7

0-0

45

Opponents

San Diego State LSU Portland State Stanford Oregon Ducks USC Arizona Oregon State California Utah Colorado Washington State Boise State

47 (34) (41) (43) 45 (43) (45),(30) 31,(25) 35 (26),41,(38)

(18),(32) 33 (31),(28) 41,(28) (23),41 (24) (29) (23),(21),41 (37) (21),(45),(27) (34),(30),(27)

Coons, Travis Durkee, Korey TEAM Total Opponents


Kickoffs

54 2149 15 553 1 0 70 2702 57 2252

39.8 36.9 0.0 38.6 39.5

65 53 0 65 62

5 21 15 2 5 4 0 0 0 7 26 19 1 20 11

6 1 0 7 7

1 0 0 1 0

Coons, Travis Total Opponents


All Purpose g

2012 of Washi 63 3714 59.0 11 University 1 Washington Individual 63 3714 59.0 Overall 11 1 22.1 37.4 27 Stati All games 66 4021 60.9 21 2 21.1 39.2 25
rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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

13 1439 249 13 0 878 13 0 850 13 26 190 6 -4 21 13 209 110 13 -11 103 13 0 167 12 0 68 6 145 0 6 99 0 13 0 0 12 0 0 13 0 55 13 0 0 13 0 0 13 0 31 13 0 0 13 0 19 13 0 16 12 0 0 1 0 8 13 0 0 1 1 0 3 -7 0 7 -12 0 13 -34 0 13 1851 2765 13 2081 2565

0 0 0 0 0 0 7 408 33 357 0 0 82 0 0 0 5 83 0 0 0 0 8 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 135 909 128 1083

0 1688 129.8 0 878 67.5 0 850 65.4 0 631 48.5 0 407 67.8 0 319 24.5 0 174 13.4 0 167 12.8 0 156 13.0 0 145 24.2 0 99 16.5 36 90 6.9 59 59 4.9 0 55 4.2 54 54 4.2 34 34 2.6 0 31 2.4 20 20 1.5 0 19 1.5 0 16 1.2 0 15 1.2 0 8 8.0 1 1 0.1 0 1 1.0 0 -7 -2.3 0 -12 -1.7 0 -34 -2.6 204 5864 451.1 262 6119 470.7

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Dec 22, 2012) All games
gp ua Tackles a tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf

# Defensive Leaders 10 Timu, John 1 Parker, Sean 20 Glenn, Justin 41 Feeney, Travis 7 Thompson, Shaq 93 Hudson, Andrew 71 Shelton, Danny 21 Peters, Marcus 50 Tutogi, Thomas 6 Trufant, D. 22 Shirley, Josh 37 Fuimaono, P. 32 Watson, Tre 13 Shamburger, W. 98 Tokolahi, S. 11 Crichton, Talia 18 Ducre, Gregory 42 Littleton, Cory 26 Gobern, Anthony 55 Potoa'e, Sione ington Football 14 Stevenson, Taz istics (as of Dec 22, 2012) 44 Vatuvei, Pio 99 Banks, Josh 97 Lagafuaina, L. 29 Fellner, Nate 46 Coons, Travis 35 Sager, Cole 95 Finau, Jarett TM TEAM 58 Kearse, Jamaal 82 Perkins, Joshua 27 Long, Adam 77 Masel, Ryan 80 Hudson, Evan 72 Hatchie, Micah 8 Smith, Kevin 19 Campbell, D. 0G Bruns, Cody 78 Criste, Mike 17 Price, Keith 2 Williams, Kasen 25 Sankey, Bishop 88 SeferianJenkins

Total Opponents

13 44 47 13 54 23 13 47 29 12 49 27 13 44 30 13 17 29 13 20 25 13 26 18 13 22 20 12 27 9 13 21 12 10 18 13 13 18 6 13 11 10 13 7 11 10 9 8 12 11 4 9 6 8 13 8 3 13 4 5 13 4 4 9 5 2 9 4 3 3 4 1 3 3 1 13 2 1 9 1 2 9 1 1 7 2 . 5 . 1 9 1 . 3 1 . 13 . 1 13 1 . 13 1 . 12 1 . 13 1 . 13 1 . 13 1 . 13 1 . 13 1 . 13 1 . 13 . . 13 500 354 13 539 358

91 77 76 76 74 46 45 44 42 36 33 31 24 21 18 17 15 14 11 9 8 7 7 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 854 897

3.5-16 3.5-8 1.0-6 6.0-33 8.5-43 9.0-38 4.0-7 2.0-3 3.0-6 4.5-21 9.0-52 1.0-5 . . 1.5-2 1.5-5 1.5-1 1.5-4 . 0.5-1 . . 1.0-1 . . . . 0.5-2 2.0-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65-261 91-346

2.0-13 2-20 . 2-0 . 3-1 4.0-27 2-59 2.0-5 3-36 6.5-31 . 0.5-1 . . 3-54 1.0-2 . 1.0-8 1-0 6.5-40 . . . . 1-34 . . . . 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-2 . 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-145 17-204 38-248 14-262

4 4 2 . 3 1 . 8 . 9 1 . 4 1 . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 41 30

1 . . . 1 1 2 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 21

. . 2-4 . 1-21 1-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . 2-44 . 2-3 . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . 1-1 16-76 14-4

1 3 . 1 . . . . . 1 6 1 . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 18

. . . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1

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

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No. 85 70 99 9 25 49 60 18 24 19 76 22 34 46 32 55 91 78 15 26 62 18 45 52 30 23 41 95 69 37 40 16 84 72 63 93 80 51 58 6 8 20 35 73 67 75 97 47 5 42 77 5 31 4 10 29 1 86 82 21 55 17 11 53 59 Name David Ajamu James Atoe Josh Banks Brandon Beaver Keishawn Bierria Weston Blackburn Shane Brostek Derrick Brown Jesse Callier DiAndre Campbell Dexter Charles Lavon Coleman Sean Constantine Travis Coons Deontae Cooper Dane Crane Connor Cree Mike Criste Darrell Daniels Travell Dixon Ross Dolbec Gregory Ducre Korey Durkee Jake Eldrenkamp Patrick Enewally Marcus Farria Travis Feeney Jarett Finau Cory Fuavai Princeton Fuimaono Zach Grossnickle Marvin Hall Michael Hartvigson Micah Hatchie Taylor Hindy Andrew Hudson Evan Hudson Luke Hutchison Jamaal Kearse Jermaine Kelly Hauoli Kikaha Kevin King Ralph Kinne Andrew Kirkland Michael Kneip Erik Kohler Lawrence Lagafuaina Scott Lawyer Jeff Lindquist Cory Littleton Ryan Masel Joe Mathis Ryan McDaniel Jaydon Mickens Cyler Miles Connor OBrien Sean Parker Taelon Parson Joshua Perkins Marcus Peters Sione Potoae Keith Price Elijah Qualls Eric Rauch Ben Riva Pos. TE OL DT DB LB LS OL HB TB WR OL TB LB PK/P TB OL DE OL WR DB OL DB P OL DB DE LB DE OL LB P WR TE OL OL DE DE LS LB DB DE DB FB OL OL OL DT LB QB LB LS DE TB WR QB LB DB WR TE DB DT QB DT LB OL Ht. 6-5 6-6 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-4 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-6 Wt. 245 349 275 192 208 204 278 245 207 202 289 209 229 199 201 304 260 306 232 196 310 178 221 287 184 235 224 263 303 217 195 182 257 305 315 252 277 230 221 183 250 178 210 306 277 294 334 227 236 230 216 250 204 170 213 235 195 185 224 193 278 202 293 225 300 Yr. Exp. Fr. HS Jr. # 2V Sr. # 1V Fr. # RS Fr. HS So. # HS So. 1V So. # 1V Jr. # 2V Jr. # 2V So. # 1V Fr. HS Fr. HS Sr. 1V Jr. # SQ Fr. HS So. # 1V Jr. # 1V Fr. HS Jr. # RS So. # 1V Sr. 3V So. 1V Fr. # RS Fr. HS Fr. HS So. # 1V So. # 1V Fr. # RS Sr. 3V Sr. # TR So. 1V Jr. # 2V Jr. # 2V Fr. # RS Jr. # 2V Jr. # 2V Fr. HS Jr. # 2V Fr. HS Jr. # 1V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. # RS Jr. # 2V Jr. # 2V So. # 1V Fr. # RS So. 1V So. 1V Fr. HS Fr. # RS So. 1V Fr. # RS Fr. HS Sr. 3V Fr. HS So. # 1V So. # 1V Sr. 3V Sr. # 3V Fr. HS Fr. HS Jr. # 2V Hometown (High School / Last School) Shelton, Wash. (Shelton) The Dalles, Ore. (The Dalles-Wahtonka) Stockton, Calif. (St. Marys / San Joaquin Delta College) Compton, Calif. (Dominguez) Carson, Calif. (Narbonne) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) Kamuela, Hawaii (Hawaii Prep) Winchester, Calif. (Vista Murrieta) Downey, Calif. (Warren) Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Tech) Camano Island, Wash. (Stanwood) Lompoc, Calif. (Lompoc) Hunts Point, Wash. (Bellevue) Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma / Mt. San Antonio College) Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill) Irvine, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo) Pittsburg, Calif. (Freedom) Miami, Fla. (Norland/Eastern Arizona College) Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte) Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw) Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor) Medina, Wash. (Bellevue) Norwalk, Calif. (Gahr) Peoria, Ariz. (Centennial) Richmond, Calif. (Pinole Valley) Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) Denver, Colo. (East/Univ. of Colorado) Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey) Bothell, Wash. (Bothell) Haleiwa, Hawaii (Waialua) West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade Prep) Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley) Bothell, Wash. (Bothell) Carnation, Wash. (ODea) Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes) Los Angeles, Calif. (Salesian) Laie, Hawaii (Kahuku) San Leandro, Calif. (Bishop ODowd) Shelton, Wash. (Shelton) Portland, Ore. (Jesuit) Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue) Camarillo, Calif. (Oaks Christian) Aiea, Hawaii (Aiea) San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove) Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island) Spring Valley, Calif. (Mount Miguel) Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista) Ontario, Calif. (Upland) Torrance, Calif. (North) Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey) Centennial, Colo. (Mullen) Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic) Los Angeles, Calif. (Narbonne) Gilbert, Ariz. (Perry) Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr) Oakland, Calif. (McClymonds) Fort Lewis, Wash. (Lakes) Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco) Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande) Issaquah, Wash. (Issaquah) Seattle, Wash. (ODea)

NUMERICAL ROSTER
o. N 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 55 57 58 Name Pos. Sean Parker DB John Ross WR Kasen Williams WR Cleveland Wallace DB Troy Williams QB Jaydon Mickens WR Jeff Lindquist QB Joe Mathis DE Jermaine Kelly DB Shaq Thompson LB Hauoli Kikaha DE Kevin Smith WR Brandon Beaver DB Demoreea Stringfellow WR Cyler Miles QB John Timu LB Elijah Qualls DT Dwayne Washington TB Will Shamburger DB Taz Stevenson DB Darrell Daniels WR Marvin Hall WR Keith Price QB Derrick Brown HB Gregory Ducre DB DiAndre Campbell WR Kevin King DB Marcus Peters DB Lavon Coleman TB Josh Shirley DE Marcus Farria DE Kendyl Taylor WR/TB Jesse Callier TB Keishawn Bierria LB Bishop Sankey TB Travell Dixon DB Trevor Walker DB Psalm Wooching FB Connor OBrien LB Patrick Enewally DB Ryan McDaniel TB Deontae Cooper TB Tre Watson DB Sean Constantine LB Ralph Kinne FB Azeem Victor LB Princeton Fuimaono LB Thomas Vincent DB Zach Grossnickle P Travis Feeney LB Cory Littleton LB Caleb Taylor WR Korey Durkee P Travis Coons PK/P Scott Lawyer LB Cameron Van Winkle PK Weston Blackburn LS Thomas Tutogi LB Luke Hutchison LS Jake Eldrenkamp OL Eric Rauch LB Dane Crane OL Sione Potoae DT Drew Schultz DL Jamaal Kearse LB

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No. 1 83 81 25 57 88 13 79 71 22 89 8 14 9 64 43 23 7 10 65 90 66 50 48 36 39 27 3 12 32 2 3 28 Name Pos. John Ross WR Neel Salukhe WR Wesley Salyer WR Bishop Sankey TB Drew Schultz DL Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Will Shamburger DB Coleman Shelton OL Danny Shelton DT Josh Shirley DE Antavius Sims WR Kevin Smith WR Taz Stevenson DB Damoreea Stringfellow WR Colin Tanigawa OL Caleb Taylor DB Kendyl Taylor WR/TB Shaq Thompson LB John Timu LB Siosifa Tufunga OL Taniela Tupou DL Damion Turpin DT Thomas Tutogi LB Cameron Van Winkle PK Azeem Victor LB Thomas Vincent DB Trevor Walker DB Cleveland Wallace DB Dwayne Washington TB Tre Watson DB Kasen Williams WR Troy Williams QB Psalm Wooching FB Ht. 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-6 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-3 Wt. 173 149 172 203 268 276 192 285 327 232 205 214 201 225 275 185 198 225 235 305 281 260 249 183 232 199 187 171 220 186 212 200 228 Yr. Exp. Fr. HS Fr. # HS So. # HS Jr. 2V Jr. # 1V Jr. 2V Sr. # 3V Fr. HS Jr. 2V Jr. # 2V Sr. # 1V Sr. 3V Sr. 3V Fr. HS Jr. # 1V Fr. HS So. 1V So. 1V Jr. 2V So. # 1V So. # 1V Fr. # RS Sr. 2V Fr. HS Fr. HS So. # 1V Fr. HS Fr. # RS Fr. # RS Sr. # 1V Jr. 2V Fr. HS Fr. # RS Hometown (High School / Last School) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) San Jose, Calif. (The Harker School) Puyallup, Wash. (Rogers) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep) Olympia, Wash. (Olympia) Fox Island, Wash. (Gig Harbor) Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco) Pasadena, Calif. (Loyola) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn) Fontana, Calif. (Kaiser) Americus, Ga. (Americus-Sumter/Ventura College) Compton, Calif. (Centennial) Mililani, Hawaii (Mililani) Perris, Calif. (Rancho Verde) Pasadena, Calif. (Loyola) Edmonds, Wash. (Kings) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) Sacramento, Calif. (Grant) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) Marysville, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy) Compton, Calif. (Dominguez) Chula Vista, Calif. (Chula Vista/Southwestern JC) Fall City, Wash. (Mount Si) Upland, Calif. (Pomona) Seattle, Wash. (Kings) Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Timberview) San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove) Lakewood, Calif. (Gahr) Seattle, Wash. (Kennedy/Central Washington Univ.) Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) Los Angeles, Calif. (Narbonne) Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (Kealakehe) o. N 59 60 62 63 64 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 88 89 90 91 93 95 97 99 Name Pos. Ben Riva OL Shane Brostek OL Ross Dolbec OL Taylor Hindy OL Colin Tanigawa OL Siosifa Tufunga OL Damion Turpin DT Michael Kneip OL Cory Fuavai OL James Atoe OL Danny Shelton DT Micah Hatchie OL Andrew Kirkland OL Erik Kohler OL Dexter Charles OL Ryan Masel LS Mike Criste OL Coleman Shelton OL Evan Hudson DE Wesley Salyer WR Joshua Perkins TE Neel Salukhe WR Michael Hartvigson TE David Ajamu TE Taelon Parson WR Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Antavius Sims WR Taniela Tupou DL Connor Cree DE Andrew Hudson DE Jarett Finau DE Lawrence Lagafuaina DT Josh Banks DT

# has utilized a redshirt season

Coaches: Steve Sarkisian (head coach), Eric Kiesau (offensive coordinator/wide receivers), Justin Wilcox (defensive coordinator), Dan Cozzetto (offensive line/run game coordinator), Keith Heyward (defensive backs), Tosh Lupoi (defensive line/defensive run game coordinator), Johnny Nansen (assistant head coach/special teams coordinator/running backs), Jordan Paopao (tight ends), Peter Sirmon (recruiting coordinator/linebackers), Marques Tuiasosopo (quarterbacks), Kenyon Blue (graduate assistant), DAndre Goodwin (graduate assistant), Connor Knowles (graduate assistant), Danny Razore (graduate assistant).

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
James Atoe Keishawn Bierria Jesse Callier Deontae Cooper Mike Criste Travell Dixon Gregory Ducre Patrick Enewally Marcus Farria Jarett Finau Cory Fuavai Princeton Fuimaono Michael Hartvigson ah-TOE-ee KEY-shawn be-AIR-ee-uh CAL-ee-ur dee-AWN-tay crist (rhymes with wrist) truh-VELL doo-CRAY EN-uh-WALL-ee FAIR-ee-ay fin-OW FOO-uh-VIE FOO-ee-mah-OH-no HART-vig-sun Jamaal Kearse kurse Hauoli Kikaha ha-OH-lee key-KAH-hah Michael Kneip kuh-NIPE Erik Kohler KO-lurr Lawrence Lagafuaina LONG-uh-foo-ah-EE-nuh Ryan Masel muh-ZELL Jaydon Mickens JAY-don Sione Potoae see-OH-nee po-toe-AH-ee Neel Salukhe neel suh-LOO-key Wesley Salyer SAL-yur A. Seferian-Jenkins suh-FAIR-ee-un Demoreea Stringfellow duh-MORE-ee-ay John Timu TEE-moo Siosifa Tufunga Taniela Tupou Thomas Tutogi Kasen Williams Psalm Wooching see-oh-SEE-fuh too-FOON-guh tawn-ee-AY-luh too-POE too-TOE-ghee rhymes with Jason salm WOO-ching

Coaches: Eric Kiesau KEY-saw Tosh Lupoi loo-POY Jordan Paopao POW-pow Steve Sarkisian sahr-KEE-zhun Marques Tuiasosopo Marcus TOO-ee-ah-so-SO-poe

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