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3 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l ISU COACHING STAFF Larry Lewis (Boise State, 1981) Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Bruce Barnum (Eastern Washington, 1987) Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Joe Borich (Memphis, 1996) Quarterbacks Stacy Collins (Western Oregon, 1998) Linebackers Torey Hunter (Washington State, 1995) Secondary-Cornerbacks Joe Lorig (Western Oregon, 1995) Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Will Plemons (Cal Lutheran, 1997) Defensive Line Ryan Smaha (Eastern Oregon, 2004) Tight Ends Bryant Thomas (Washington State, 1998) Receivers Nick Whitworth (Idaho State, 2003) Recruiting Coordinator/Running Backs Important Football Numbers (208 Area Code) Main Athletic Department Athletic Department FAX Football Office Football FAX Holt Arena Press Box Ticket Information FANS ISU QUICK FACTS Founded: 1901 Location: Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment: 14,005 President: Dr. Arthur Vailas Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Scott Benson Nickname: Bengals Colors: Orange and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I-AA Conference: Big Sky Conference Athletic Director: Paul A. Bubb Sr. Assoc Athletic Director: Rance Pugmire Assoc. Athletic Director/SWA: Nancy Graziano Asst. A.D. for Media Relations: Frank Mercogliano Athletic Phone: Football MRD: Frank Mercogliano SID phone: SID fax: SID Assistant MRD: Jason Erickson SID phone: SID Media Relations Assistant: Michelle Railsback SID phone: SID Credits The 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide was compiled and written by Frank Mercogliano. Design and layout was by Mercogliano using Adobe InDesign software. Permission is granted to quote, in whole or part, any material in this guide. The guide was edited by Mercogliano and Assistant Media Relations Director Jason Erickson, Media Relations Assistant Michelle Railsback, along with the ISU football coaches, and proofreader extraordinaire, Athletics Secretary Tina Parks. A huge bit of thanks to Rod Commons and the staff of Washington State s SID office for the original template design, which he graciously lent from a previous book. The original historical research was conducted by former SID Glenn Alford, and new research in the past few years has allowed the guide to grow to its present size. Any corrections or additions are welcome. All photographs are credited to ISU Photographic Services unless otherwise noted. Printing by Falls Printing in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Why the Bengals? How did Idaho State s athletic teams become the Bengals, when there just aren t any to be found in the region? A good question. Originally, when the school was the Academy of Idaho in 1902, the school s athletic teams were dubbed Bantams, and it stayed that way until 1917, when J.A. Fogt became head football coach. Now Idaho Tech, the team s nickname was changed to Tigers, in part due to Ralph Hutchinson, who was the Director of Physical Education and Athletics. Hutchinson was a graduate of Princeton (the Tigers), so he founded the school s first booster club, the I Club, and brought the Tiger mascot with him. When the school became the University of Idaho-Southern Branch in 1927, the nickname switched to Bengals, although many newspaper and yearbook accounts refer to the team by both Bengals and Tigers. The freshman teams during this time suffered the unfortunate distinction of the nickname Kittens, or even worse, the Kittys. As a branch of the University of Idaho, the school s colors were black and gold, just like the Vandals, and although the official colors switched to black and orange sometime in the 1940s, the football team wore black jerseys with gold trim through the 1960s. The squad also used red numerals for awhile in the late 1940s, and the squads 1970 home jerseys were more red than orange. It wasn t until 1971 that a truly orange jersey was used by the football team for the first time. The school s official colors are black and orange (PMS 165), and the trim color is gold (PMS 137), a small remembrance to harken back to ISU s rich history Idaho State Football Media Guide Table of Contents... 1 Campus Pictures, School Facts Diversity... 4 Academic Support... 5 ISU Strength and Conditioning... 6 Sports Medicine... 7 Bengals in the Pros Holt Arena Bengals in the NFL Under Larry Lewis Marcus Jackson Award Notable ISU Alumni National Champions Outlook Season Preview Larry Lewis on ISU Football Bengal Football By The Numbers Coaching Staff Head Coach Larry Lewis Assistant Coaches All-Time Assistant Coaches Bengals 2006 Rosters Personnel Breakdown The Bengals by State Player Biographies Player Honors Under Lewis/Pronunciation Guide Opponents and 2005 Statistics 2006 Opponents Buck Buchanan Award/ISU Travel Plans Big Sky Conference/Standings All-Big Sky Conference Big Sky Conference Statistics Idaho State Statistics Game-by-Game Recap History and Records All-Time Seasons All-Time Series Records All-Time ISU Records Holt Arena Records Career Records Single Season Records Milestone Individual Games All-Time Long Plays All-Time Season Leaders All-Time Year-By-Year Statistics All-Time Class Records All-Time All-Conference Selections All-America/All-Star/Player of the Week Homecoming/Overtime/Scoring Records All-Time Lettermen Bennion Award Winners Big Sky Composite Schedule Idaho State in the Rankings Great Moments in ISU Football Idaho State Playoff History ISU Conference Championships Administration/Media Information President Athletic Director Bengal External Operations Bengal Internal Operations Bengal Athletic Staff Student Athlete Advisory Committee/PAWS Band/Dance/Cheer Bengals on the Air and the Net Athletic Department History ISU Ring of Honor ISU Athletic Hall of Fame Athletics Staff Directory Football Media List Media Services for Football Idaho State University Football Media Guide

4 The I is located on Red Hill in the Southwest corner of Idaho State s campus. The I dates back to the 1920s, when it originally was erected as a T, for Idaho Tech. It was altered in the late 20s when the school became the University of Idaho-Southern Branch. Located in Pocatello, the Gate City to the West, ISU is a short distance from several prominent recreation areas, foremost among them Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and Sun Valley. ISU students enjoy unrivaled outdoor activities, from skiing to backpacking, bicycling, river running and fishing Idaho s famous blue-ribbon trout streams. The original campus consisted of a four-block area of 8 1/2 acres donated by the citizens of Pocatello. Today, ISU has more than 80 buildings and a total of two million square feet. The university offers distinguished cultural and athletic programs featuring local, national and international participants. Idaho State University, which achieved university status in 1963, has grown through five name changes: The Academy of Idaho, ; Idaho Technical Institute, ; University of Idaho, Southern Branch, ; and Idaho State College, Since the first graduation of the Academy of Idaho in 1902, ISU has seen constant growth. During the last decade, enrollment increased by 30 percent, and 92 percent of current students are Idaho residents. ISU draws its 14,005 students from every county in Idaho, all 50 states and more than 40 foreign countries. ISU has an abundance of top-flight academic programs, including nationally acknowledged courses of study in business and pharmacy, and state-designated leadership in the health professions. The University has been ranked among the national leaders in the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examinations for the past decade, with pass rates more than three times the national average. The statistics are based on students taking the exam for the first time. This is the view of the Idaho State campus from the top of Red Hill, a favorite destination of ISU students. During the last decade, enrollment increased by 30 percent, and 92 percent of current students are Idaho residents. ISU draws its 14,005 students from every county in Idaho, all 50 states and more than 50 foreign countries Idaho State University Football Media Guide

5 These columns are located atop Red Hill, and stand as a symbol of the University. The fourth column is not covered, standing for the ISU graduate, who now will step out from ISU and into the world. The columns have also become a symbol for Pocatello as well. As Idaho s center for education in health professions and with supporting physical and biological sciences, ISU offers degrees in dental hygiene, dietetics, health care administration, nursing, radiographic science, and speech pathology and audiology. Also offered are master s programs in deaf education, nursing, physical therapy, and speech pathology and audiology. A doctorate is available in clinical psychology. ISU is a leader in educator preparation, offering bachelor s, This view of the quad was taken from the Pond Student Union Building, and it showcases the beauty of both Idaho State and Pocatello. The trees located in the center of the picture are part of ISU s Arbor Walk, and the mountains that border Pocatello to the east majestically watch over the campus. The ISU Administration Building houses the offices of ISU President Dr. Arthur Vailas, as well as the financial aid offices, human resources, and institutional advancement, among others. The ISU Information Booth, with maps of the campus, is located in the parking area of the Administration Building. master s and doctoral degrees in teacher education, educational administration, family and consumer sciences, physical education and dance, school psychology, special education, and vocational teacher education, occupational training management, and corporate training. Neighbor to the Idaho National Environmental and Engineering Laboratory and home of Idaho s first University-related business and research park, ISU has a continuing emphasis on business, engineering and the liberal arts, helping maintain a solid base for other academic disciplines. Overall, ISU s 14,005 students take part in 44 certificate programs in the School of Applied Technology, in 68 bachelor s, 52 master s and 11 doctoral programs in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy, Health Professions, Education, Engineering, and Business. If ISU doesn t have exactly what a student is looking for, the Office of Individualized Education oversees programs which offer students the opportunity to design a degree in a field not formally available at ISU. Such students can earn Bachelor of University Studies, Bachelor of Arts in General Studies, or Bachelor of Applied Technology degrees Idaho State University Football Media Guide

6 Bryant Thomas C O M M I T M E N T T O D I V E R S I T Y At Idaho State University there are over 30 different cultural organizations to help potential student-athletes adapt to college life. Idaho State seeks to enrich every student s educational experience through exposure to different cultures, philosophers, and scholarly perspectives. This atmosphere of interchange and inquiry is fostered through programs that can take students around the globe or to a quiet corner on campus for a discussion with a new found friend offering a different point of view. Cultural Student Organizations African Student Association Asian Students of ISU Association Black Student Alliance Chinese Student Association Conseil Francias German Club Hispanic Awareness Leadership Organization International Students Association NAACP (College Chapter) NAACP (Pocatello Chapter) Native Americans United Native Nations Dance Theater Polynesian Club PRIDE (Preserving and Reviving Indian Daughters with Education) Russian Club Shoshoni Club Student Associate for the Deaf Culture Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Omega Psi Phi Sigma Gamma Rho Image de Sud este Idaho Bryant Thomas 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide Bryant Thomas Bryant Thomas

7 Every academic institution s first responsibility is to give its students their best opportunity to graduate. Idaho State understands this responsibility very well and instituted the Student-Athlete Support Center for its student-athletes, to enable them to balance the time requirements for both academics and athletics with the ultimate goal of obtaining their degree. Under the direction of Nancy Graziano, and assisted by a strong and caring staff, the Student- Athlete Support Center provides a variety of services with that in mind. The center s function begins even before a student-athlete sets foot on campus with transcript evaluation, and continues in helping the newcomer make the transition from high school or junior college to college. When they arrive at ISU we want it to be a positive experience, Graziano says. The Student-Athlete Support Center serves as a to S T U D E N T S U P P O R T S E R V I C E S NCAA Academic Achievement Awards (From September 3, 2003) 1996 graduation rate above the student body rate Pct. School points Athletes Texas Southern Southern Youngstown State Idaho State Morgan State Jacksonville State Delaware State St Peter s Prairie View Mississippi Valley St Western Kentucky Bethune-Cookman liaison for the student-athlete to all services available the student population as a whole, including but not limited to career counseling, the counseling and testing office, the academic skills center, the registrar, financial aid, the placement office, postgraduate scholarships, and any other student services. The office also provides tutoring, helps the student-athlete stay on track for graduation and NCAA eligibility, provides advising on general education courses until a major course of study is selected, and helps with career choices with the idea in mind that a college education can be more meaningful when a career is decided on. The office also makes presentations on drug and alcohol awareness available to the student-athletes. Even though our graduation rates are good, we are constantly striving to improve them, Graziano says. The creation of the Student-Athlete Support Center should be a positive step in that improvement. The refurbished Student-Athlete Support Center was dedicated in 2003 and is located on the south side of Holt Arena. As part of the refurbishment, student computers and additional space for academic counseling were added, bringing added benefits to the students. The department continues to expand: the 2006 fall semester will mark the 11th year of a freshman-transfer seminar class which is offered to student-athletes. The class will be taught by Graziano and will cover topics such as academic eligibility and support services. The purpose of the class is to provide new student-athletes with information about Pocatello and the university community for an easier transition from high school to college All-Big Sky Football Academic Honorees Turill Engelman Spencer Franz Brandon Mennear Sterling Mennear Luke Sniewski Jon Winn 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide

8 David Hofmaier Strength & Conditioning Nebraska, th Season at Idaho State David Hofmaier enters his second season as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for Idaho State University, after spending the previous two years as an assistant coach. He brings to the position a wealth of knowledge culled from his previous work with football powerhouse Nebraska and the NFL. David was named the full-time Strength & Conditioning coach in 2004 after serving as the interim coach for several months. Over that short period of time, he has utilized his skills and knowledge culled through some of the finest strength & conditioning programs in America to help Bengal athletes achieve their best. While at Nebraska, he spent six years with Husker Power, developing weight training regimens specific to various positions. He also spent two years researching and developing means to improve athletic performance and reduce the risk of injury. David also spent part of his time at Nebraska working with the rehabilitation of male and female athletes from injuries over all sports at Nebraska. David s work helped the Huskers to a pair of I-A National Championships. Prior to coming to Idaho State he spent three seasons on staff with the San Diego Chargers, working with Olympic lifts, nutrition and training camp. Hofmaier is certified by both the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. A native of Nebraska, David earned a bachelor s degree in University Studies with an emphasis in Human Development in He completed a master s in Athletic Administration from Idaho State in Prior to his time at Nebraska, David attended the University of California at San Diego, where he competed in men s crew. He is married to Hilary Hofmaier, who is the Spirit Squad Director at Idaho State. STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Center at ISU The envy of the Big Sky and the Intermountain West, Idaho State University boasts one the best strength and conditioning facilities west of the Mississippi. Under the direction of David Hofmaier, ISU s Strength and Conditioning Coach, the Bengal football program continues to see its athletes improve in all areas of power, strength, and speed. The weight room is constantly evolving, with the latest in equipment available to ISU s studentathlete. Wide receiver Dane Simmons during one of the team s weight training sessions. Kaci Williams Asst. Coach Photo by John Looze Photo by John Looze 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide Idaho State football players have the best in weight training facilities available to them

9 Phil Luckey Head Trainer Idaho State, th Season at Idaho State Phil Luckey is entering his 40th year of a long and distinguished career as Idaho State s head athletic trainer. He is a native of Sandpoint, Idaho, and is a 1965 graduate of Idaho State University with a degree in Physical Education. He was also a mainstay on Bengal track and cross country teams, but his running career at ISU began almost by accident. He was the track team manager but was dissatisfied watching others run and told coach Dubby Holt that he could do as well as the team s half milers. His first ISU effort was a 2:03 in the 880-yard run. His last effort was in the 1964 NCAA Cross Country Championships, in which he placed 30th among 303 runners and narrowly missed All-American honors. For his feats as a competitor and trainer he was inducted into the ISU Sports Hall of Fame in In the 2004 season opener, Luckey worked his 400th football game at ISU, and was honored for this feat at Homecoming. He also has taken a turn behind the bench as Bengal basketball coach. On December 29, 1975, Luckey replaced Jim Killingsworth as head coach when the latter was tossed out of a game in the Hall of Fame Tournament in Terre Haute, Indiana, with three technical fouls. ISU led the University of Pacific at the time and went on to a final margin. Many of his alumni, who got their start as student or assistant trainers at Idaho State, are scattered throughout the country as trainers on the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. Luckey (64) and his wife, Dr. Angela Luckey, have been married for 39 years. She is employed in ISU s College of Education. They have a son, Brian (36) and one grand-daughter. Sports & Orthopaedic Center at ISU Idaho State s athletic facilities had already boasted of the first domed stadium capable of housing both football and basketball ever constructed on a college campus, as well as America s fastest indoor board track. With the June 1994 opening of the Sports & Orthopaedic Center at ISU, they include the premier weight training facility in the Big Sky Conference. The 25,000-foot Center includes a 6,800-foot state-of-the-art weight training area that is reserved strictly for Idaho State s student-athletes. The area has weightlifting stations, stationary bicycles, and aerobics equipment, as well as an on-site strength and conditioning coach. The Center also houses the offices of Drs. Tony Joseph, M.R. Mickelson, ISU s team physician, Steve Coker, Kenneth E. Newhouse, the offices of The Pocatello Physical Therapy Clinic with physical therapists Ric Benedetti and Dan DesFosses, and an alumni, recruitment and educational center with meeting and classrooms. It was built at a cost of $2.5 million. The Center is a joint venture of ISU and the Portneuf Medical Center and was 14 months in construction. It is a major milestone for ISU in fulfilling its mission as the state s lead institution for health care education. It serves as an educational and training facility for health sciences students, faculty, area health care providers, and the community. The Center is beneficial for ISU s student-athletes in numerous ways, aside from the enormous benefit of the area s premier weight training facility being next door to Holt Arena. First and foremost, student-athletes have immediate access to physicians and therapists as well as the equipment used in treatment and rehabilitation. The Center was built at no cost to the public. The privately-financed structure will be leased to PMC and after the two 20-year land leases have expired, ownership is transferred back to ISU. Phil Luckey is presented with a plaque commemmorating his 400th game by former Athletic Director Jim Senter I D A H O S T A T E UNIVERSITY TEAM PHYSICIANS (offices located in the ISU Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center) Jodi Wotowey Assoc. Trainer Tom Brock Asst. Trainer Dr. Steve Coker Team Physician Dr. Tony Joseph Team Physician Dr. M.R. Mickelson Team Physician Dr. Ken Newhouse Team Physician 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide

10 Atlanta Falcons Kevin Hudgens (DE, 1986, 8th) Baltimore Colts *John Roman (G, 1975, 13th) Baltimore Ravens $Josh Robinson (DB, 2002, FA) $Isaac Mitchell (FB, 2004, FA) Buffalo Bills Isaac Mitchell *Jim Wagstaff (DB, 1960, FA) Year G Int Yards TD PR-Yd Career Idaho State University Bengals in the National Football League Chicago Bears *Dan MacDonald *Merril Hoge (LB, 1987, FA) (RB, 1994, FA) Year G Year G Rush Yds Avg TD Rec Yds Ypc TD Career 3 Car Courtesy Buffalo Bills Merril Hoge Chicago Cardinals *Jim Wagstaff (DB, 1959, FA) Year G Int Yards TD PR-Yd Career Cincinnati Bengals $Sale Key (WR, 2005, FA) Dallas Cowboys Dan Taylor (OT, 1973, 11th) *Bob Otto *Will Grant (DE, 1986, FA) (C, 1978, 10th) Year G Year G Career Denver Broncos Carlis Harris (WR, 1971, 10th) Career Idaho State University Football Media Guide Courtesy Chicago Bears Detroit Lions *Jim Wagstaff, (DB, 1958, 21st) Year G Int Yards TD PR-Yd Career Note: Did Not Play for Detroit John Miller (T, 1964, 13th) *Mike Machurek (QB, 1982, 6th) Year G A-C-I.PCT Yds TD Rush Yds Car Jim Lane (C, 1983, 12th) $Pete Garces (K, 2000, FA) Green Bay Packers *Tom Toner (LB, 1973, 6th) Year G Int Yards TD Safety Career Rick Scribner (G, 1977, 3rd) Rick Scribner Courtesy Green Bay Packers

11 $Shane Griggs (QB, 2001, FA) Houston Oilers *Bob Otto (DT, 1987, FA) Year G Career 7 Houston Texans $Jeff Charleston (DE, 2006, FA) Kansas City Chiefs $*Jared Allen (DE, 2004, 4th) Year G Tackles Sacks FF FR Career Seth Burford (QB, 2002, 7th) Jared Allen *Case DeBruijn (K, 1982, 8th) Year G Punts Yards AVG Blk Career $Edwin Thompson (TE, 2005, FA) Courtesy Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings *Jamie Fitzgerald (DB, 1987, FA) Year G Career 2 $Eddie Johnson (P, 2003, 6th) Year G Punts Yards AVG Blk , Career , Eddie Johnson New England Patriots Rene Garnett (DB, 1975, 11th ) Matt Kendom (DT, 1975, 12th) New Orleans Saints *Ken O Neal (TE, 1987, FA) Year G Rec Yards AVG TD Career New York Giants *Mike Busch (QB, 1987, FA) Year G A-C-I.PCT Yds TD Rush Yds Car Courtesy Minnesota VIkings Bengals in other Pro Leagues Arena Football League Craig Barr Arizona Rattlers, Sale Key Utah Blaze, 2006 Dan McDonald Maryland Commandos, 1989 $Brandon Tuia Milwaukee Mustangs, 2001 AFL2 $Josh Robinson Hawaiin Islanders, Everett Hawks, $DeRonn Finley Green Bay Blizzard, 2004 Bakersfield Blitz, $Lamont Hudgens Green Bay Blizzard, 2004 Bakersfield Blitz, $Jaret Johnson Bakersfield Blitz, 2006 $Sale Key Memphis Explorers, 2005 $Mark Weivoda Memphis Explorers, 2006 Canadian Football League Emery Beckles Sasketchewan Roughriders, Steve Burch Ottawa Renegades, 2005 Brett Fowler British Columbia Lions, 2004 Eric Johnson Toronto Argonauts, 2002 Kennedy Nkeyasen Sasketchewan Roughriders, Wally Buono^ Pat Bonnett^ Shawn Beals^ Butch Caston^ Art Edgson^ Bob Hornes^ Larry Kerychuk^ Joe Patrone^ Dwain Wilson^ Indoor Pro. Football League Cazzie Brown Boise Stallions, $Monte Walzer Boise Stallions, 2001 Virgil Gardner Mobile, 2000 Ron Manu Idaho Stallions, 1999 Emery Beckles (P. Dunn photo) 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide

12 New York Jets *Ed Bell (WR, 1970, 9th) Year G Rec Yds TD PR-yds KR-yrd Rush (-7) (-3) (-5) Car (-12) *John Roman (OL, 1976, FA) Year G Career 96 (1 Rec in 1978 for -2) Philadelphia Eagles *Shawn Beals (KR, 1988, FA) Year G KOR Yards AVG TD Career Pittsburgh Steelers *Merril Hoge (RB, 1987, 10th) Year G Rush Yds Avg TD Rec Yds Ypc TD Car San Diego Chargers Seth Burford (QB, 2002, 7th) Seattle Seahawks *Bob Otto (DT, 1985, 9th) *Will Grant (C, 1985, FA) Year G Career 129 *Don Miller (LB, 1990, FA) Year G Career 7 Washington Redskins *Mike Hancock (TE, 1973, 8th) Year G Rec Yards AVG TD Career John Roman Courtesy Richard Mercogliano *Brian Vertefeuille (T, 1974, 13th) Year G Career 14 *Ed Bell (WR, 1976, FA) Year G Rec Yds TD PR-yds KR-yrd Rush Car (-12) Bengals in other Pro Leagues (Continued from page 9) National Indoor Football League Trevor Bell Utah Express/Warriors, Cazzie Brown, Utah Express/Warriors, $Pete Garces Utah Express/Warriors, Wyoming Calvary 2005 *Joe Morieno (DL, 1978, FA) Oakland Raiders Ruben Jackson (DB, 1991 FA) Philip Rice (DB, 1972, 10th) San Francisco 49ers *John Berry (DB, 1985, FA) *Matt Courtney (DB, 1987, FA) Year G Int Yards TD Sack Career $Michael Hodges Tri-Cities Fever, 2005 $Karl Kuhau-Liftee Tri-Cities Fever, 2005 $Jeff Main Utah Express/Warriors, $Matt Nighswonger Yakima Shockwave, 2001 $Robert Polecki Tri-Cities Fever, 2005 Greg Mathis (DB, 1974, 15th) XFL ^denotes incomplete information $denotes played for Head Coach Larry Lewis Players marked with an * played at least one NFL game Idaho State University Football Media Guide

13 Derek Smolik Photo HOLT ARENA HISTORY Idaho State has long been a national leader in innovative athletics facilities. In 1967, since-retired athletic director Milton Dubby Holt first hit on the idea of playing both football and basketball in a domed structure on the ISU campus. The doors opened in September, 1970, with a win over UNLV. Only one domed facility predates Holt Arena: the Houston Astrodome. But ever since ISU demonstrated that a dome could be constructed at a reasonable price, which was $2.8 million at the time, domes have proliferated around the country. Holt Arena is presently one of the few totally-contained indoor stadiums anywhere. It consists of a 12,000-seat football field and an 8,000-seat basketball arena with a wooden floor from the Horner Flooring Company. In 1999, Idaho State installed a brand new $1,000,000 turf playing surface, with a striking design from former ISU graphic artist Greg Grasso. Holt Arena has hosted many memorable events. Those coming to mind immediately include three NCAA Sub-Regional Basketball Tournaments, two of which ISU participated in, three NCAA Division I-AA playoff games involving Idaho State and two I-AA National Championship Games for which Pocatello bid to host and won, and numerous district and conference indoor track championships. In 2001, Holt Arena hosted the Big Sky Conference Women s Basketball Tournament as well as the Golden Spike Invitational Track Meet, which was broadcast on ESPN. The Arena is also the site of numerous concerts by entertainers as diverse as Garth Brooks and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, numerous state high school championships, and the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo. HOLT ARENA FAST FACTS Size: 400 feet by 420 feet, by 103 feet, encompassing 4 1/2 acres Turf: Astroturf Track: ProWest 200-meter Seating: Football, 12,000 bucket seats; Track, 12,000 Cost: Exactly $2.8 million. ISU students voted in 1968 to increase their own fees to finance construction, which was completed in Largest Crowds: Att Year Opponent 13, vs. Boise State (November 22) 13, vs. Weber State 13, vs. Boise State 12, vs. Idaho 12, vs. Idaho 12, vs. Boise State 12, vs. Boise State 12, vs. Rhode Island 12, vs. Boise State 12, vs. Utah State 12, vs. South Carolina State 12, vs. Boise State 12, vs. Idaho 12, vs. Montana Television: The following network telecasts originated in Holt Arena: ISU vs. Idaho, regional ABC-TV ISU vs. Boise State, regional network ISU vs. South Carolina State, 1-AA Playoffs, regional ABC-TV Marshall vs. Northeast Louisiana, I-AA Championship, ESPN Furman vs. Georgia Southern, I-AA Championship, ESPN ISU vs. Boise State, PSN, regional ISU vs. Montana, PSN, regional ISU vs. Idaho, PSN, regional ISU vs. No. Arizona, PSN, regional ISU vs. Weber State, FOX NW, regional ISU vs. Portland State, FOX Sports Net ISU vs. Southern Utah, The Football Network ISU vs. Montana State, Altitude Sports 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 11

14 National Football League & CFL Signees Under Larry Lewis Pete Garces Signed Free Agent Contract Detroit Lions, 2000 Garces played just two seasons for the Bengals, but he made his mark as perhaps the greatest long-range kicker in I-AA history. In just two seasons, Pete kicked yard field goals, tying the NCAA I-AA record with West Carolina s Jerry Roach, who took four seasons and 26 attempts. Garces made his 11 in just 16 tries. Garces most famous kick was a 60-yarder in a win over #25 Cal State Northridge that knocked the Matadors out of the NCAA I-AA playoffs. Shane Griggs Signed Free Agent Contract Green Bay Packers, 2001 Griggs, a Pocatello native, overcame injury to put together a stellar senior season, leading ISU to the best season in 18 seasons. Griggs led ISU to its first win over a Division I-A program in 18 years, as well as ISU s first ever road overtime victory, and their first national ranking in five years. Griggs totalled yards per game of total offense, and 2,861 yards passing, both totals being records for an ISU senior. All told, Griggs racked up five 300-yard passing games in his career, and he was 8-5 as a starter over his final 13 games of his career. Josh Robinson Signed Free Agent Contract Baltimore Ravens, 2002 Robinson, a four-year veteran for Idaho State ended up his career second all-time in ISU history in interceptions with 16, and he the only Bengal in school history to lead the team in interceptions four consecutive years. Robinson, who scored two touchdowns in his career, was known for the big play. Against Sacramento State in 2000, he recovered a fumble in his own end zone in the final minute to seal a win. His interception in 2001 against #25 Portland State in the final minute clinched a win on Homecoming, and he scored on a 13-yard fumble return against #1 Montana in 2001 Eddie Johnson Drafted, Sixth Round Minnesota Vikings, 2003 Johnson, a two-time First Team Big Sky selection and the nation s leading punter in 2001, was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL draft. Johnson, Idaho State s career leader in punting average, led the nation in 2001 with a 46.3-yard average on the way to First Team All-America honors. In 2002, he averaged 46.2 per kick, and he set an NCAA I-AA record when he averaged 61.5 yards per punt on six punts against Cal Poly. With Johnson leading the way, Idaho State led the nation in net punting for the third consecutive year, including a I-AA record 44.3-yard net average in Idaho State University Football Media Guide

15 Isaac Mitchell Signed Free Agent Contract Buffalo Bills, 2004 Mitchell, a Pocatello native, broke a pair of long-standing records ISU records by another famous Pocatello native, Merril Hoge. Mitchell broke Hoge s career rushing touchdown record with 34 as a Bengal. He also broke Hoge s record of 216 attempts in a season. Mitchell ended his career third on the all-time list for career rushing yards at ISU, and second in 100-yard games. A versatile player, Mitchell also caught 88 career passes and was a stalwart on special teams. Jared Allen Drafted, Fourth Round Kansas City Chiefs, 2004 Allen was drafted in the fourth round by the Kansas City Chiefs after winning the Buck Buchanan Award as the Best Defensive Player in I-AA, voted on by a national panel of media. Allen set the Idaho State single-season sack record with 17.5, a figure that led the nation. He also led the nation in forced fumbles with six, and he was third in tackles for loss with 28. Allen also scored a pair of touchdowns against Cal Poly, including a threeyard touchdown catch as a tight end. Sale Key Signed Free Agent Contract Cincinnati Bengals, 2005 Key, a four-year veteran for the Bengals, finished his career with the most receptions in ISU history with 187, and he caught a pass in a school record 38 straight games. Key also finished second on ISU s all-time lists for touchdowns and in receiving yards. Key led the Bengals in receiving yards, touchdowns, and catches as a senior, putting up one of the greatest receiving seasons in Idaho State history. Photo by Jason Erickson 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 13

16 Edwin Thompson Signed Free Agent Contract Kansas City Chiefs, 2005 Thompson was a versatile member of the Bengals, earning Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors at tight end as a senior. Edwin, who caught 25 passes in his career, had his only touchdown in overtime, a win over Eastern Washington in The nephew of former NFL quarterback Jack Thompson, The Throwin Samoan, Thompson not only was known for his soft hand but his blocking. In fact, in the next to last game of his career, he swapped out his #86 jersey for #78 during a game to play tackle after some injuries to the other linemen, not allowing a sack. Jeff Charleston Signed Free Agent Contract Houston Texans, 2006 Charleston finished 14th in the balloting for the Buck Buchanan Award, on the way to earning near-unaminous First Team All-America honors, along with Big Sky Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year honors. Jeff, who played just one season for Idaho State, had 12.0 sacks and 19.0 tackles for loss, the 12 sacks being the sixth-most in a single season in school history. He also led the Bengals in passes defended with five. Charleston also forced a safety in Idaho State s win over Portland State on senior night. Emery Beckles Signed Free Agent Contract Saskatchewan Rough Riders, 2004 Beckles led the NCAA in punt returns in 2004, and was a star both on offense and defense for ISU, earning First Team All-Big Sky honors at cornerback, picking off a team-best five passes. Steve Burch Signed Free Agent Contract Ottawa Renegades, 2005 An All-Big Sky selection at left tackle, Burch was a mainstay on the ISU offensive line for four consecutive seasons, eventually starting 40 consecutive games for Idaho State Idaho State University Football Media Guide

17 On September 21, 1996, tragedy struck the Idaho State University football family when the unthinkable happened. During a 47-0 rout of Montana-Western, second team All-American defensive back Marcus Jackson suffered a traumatic spinal injury while making a tackle late in the first half. The injury caused paralysis. Up to that point, Marcus had a pair of interceptions in ISU s first two games, and was looking for another All-America season. Ironically, Idaho State opened their season against the University of Mississippi, which just a season earlier suffered through the same tragedy with their All-American defensive back, Chuckie Mullins. Following the injury, Marcus was hospitalized at Portneuf Medical Center from September 21 through October 1, and he was then flown back to his hometown in Colorado. Marcus Jackson Jackson returned to Idaho State in the fall of His sense of humor and courage throughout the ordeal were admired by everyone he met along the way, and he became a regular fixture on the sidelines at ISU home games. In the summer of 1999, Marcus Jackson earned his bachelor s degree from Idaho State, ready to embark on the next phase of his heroic journey through life. To honor Marcus, one player is chosen after the conclusion of spring practice to wear a patch with Jackson s initials on it. The team selects the player that they feel best personifies the athletic ability that Jackson showed, as well as the courage he showed throughout his ordeal. In 1997, senior Telly Lockette was the first player to wear the patch, and senior Jason Trotter was the 1998 recipient. In 1999, the honor went to Nick Whitworth of Mackay, Idaho. In 2000 season, DeRonn Finley, a senior from Scottsdale, Arizona, was voted to wear the patch by his teammates. For the 2001 season, the honor went to walk-on junior Mike Clark. The 2002 honoree was defensive lineman Mark Weivoda, and in 2003, junior Jeff Davenport became just the third junior to be voted to wear the patch. In 2004, senior Vince Caviglia was honored by his teammates as this year s Marcus Jackson Award winner, and in 2005, a sophomore wore the patch for the first time when Terrence Calloway was honored by his teammates. The 2006 recipient is Hunter Rodriguez, a wide receiver from Butte, Montana who started his career as a quarterback for the Bengals, and has battled his way into the receiver rotation as a senior this year Telly Lockette (Sr.) Miami, FL 2000 DeRonn Finley (Sr.) Scottsdale, AZ 2001 Mike Clark (Jr.) Castleford, ID 1998 Jason Trotter (Sr.) Santa Cruz, CA 1999 Nick Whitworth (Jr.) Mackay, ID 2002 Mark Weivoda (Sr.) Caldwell, ID 2003 Jeff Davenport (Jr.) Pocatello, ID 2004 Vince Caviglia (Sr.) Saratoga, CA Marcus Jackson gets a helping hand after earning his degree in the summer of Hunter Rodriguez (83) was voted the Marcus Jackson Award winner for 2006 by his teammates at the end of spring camp Terrence Calloway (So.) Sylmar, CA 2006 Hunter Rodriguez (Sr.) Butte, MT 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 15

18 Notable ISU Alumni Michael C. Ruettgers (left) is the CEO of EMC Corporation, the second largest business in the United States. Bruce Nelson (left) is the CEO of Office Depot. Ed Sanders won the Olympic Gold Medal in heavyweight boxing for the United States in U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba authored the investigative report about abuses of Iraqis at the Abu Ghraib prison at the hands of American soldiers. Taguba is the secondhighest ranking Filipino-American officer in the U.S. Army Courtesy the United States Army Roger Williams is a world famous pianist, who has had 18 of his albums certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Roger Williams Sue Ann Langdon starred on both stage and screen, most notably on the Jackie Gleason Show, the Andy Griffith Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and Happy Days. She also starred in Elvis Presley s Roustabout. Sue Ann Langdon/David McClure Idaho State University Football Media Guide

19 Other Notable Alumni Hans Gregory Ashbaker World Famous Tenor Don Aslett Terrel Bell Dr. Gary K. Bertsch Ron Boone Bill Byrne John Foreman Cleaning Authority & Author Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Education Director of Center for International Trade and Security Radio/TV Broadcaster for the Utah Jazz Texas A & M University Athletic Director Producer of the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid I. Herbert Gordon Peabody Award Winner, former NBC Executive Stacy Dragila won the Olympic Gold Medal in the inaugural women s pole vault in Sydney in Dragila at one time held every single world record possible in the pole vault. Associated Press Steve Hayes Florence Bean James General Amos Jordan Wally Kelly Peter C. Kole Senator James McClure Lewis J. Neal Les Purce David Thomas Dr. Claude Zobell 10-Year Veteran of the National Basketball Association Theatre Director Brigadier U.S. General and President and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies President, Viacom Outdoor Chair of the New England Albanian Relief Organization (NEARO) U.S. Senator , Namesake of The James A. McClure Federal Building and Courthouse in Boise President of NOXSO Corporation President of Evergreen State College World renowned dinosaur sculptor Marine Microbiologist for the Scripps Oceanographic Institute Merril Hoge is a reporter for ESPN, and host of the Edge/NFL Matchup. William Petersen is a veteran actor who currently stars as Gil Grissom the nation s most popular show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Courtesy William Petersen Courtesy The Cincinnati Bengals Marvin Lewis is the head coach for the Cincinnati Bengals. He won a Super Bowl ring in 2000 as the Defensive Coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, which set an NFL record for fewest points allowed in a season Idaho State University Football Media Guide 17

20 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Ring Courtesy of Glenn Alford The 1981 National Championship Ring The 1981 Bengal squad went 12-1 on the way to the NCAA I-AA National Championship In the fall of 1981, the Idaho State University football team shocked the nation, as the Bengals capped an improbable season with a I-AA national championship. The season was all the more remarkable because in 1979 the Bengals went 0-11, and the championship came just 14 months after ending the longest losing streak in I-AA history at 19 games. After an opening win over Eastern Washington, the Bengals took out defending national champion Boise State in Boise They followed that with home wins over a strong Nevada team and Northern Arizona, and a road win at Portland State. ISU lost at Montana 24-21, but they would not falter again. They knocked off Idaho on the road 24-14, and then scored impressive home wins over Montana State 21-3, and Utah State, 50-24, setting up a winner take all showdown with Weber State for the Big Sky The Pocatello airport was brimming with fans waiting for the national champions to return home title and a berth in the NCAA playoffs. The game went to three overtimes, with ISU surviving a missed 32-yard field goal in the second overtime by WSU s Roger Ruzek that would have won the game. In the third overtime, Case debruijn nailed a 33-yard field goal for a win. Idaho State then waltzed to the championship game after home wins against Rhode Island 51-0, and South Carolina State In the Pioneer Bowl, as the I-AA game was called, ISU went up against perennial power Eastern Kentucky, but the Bengals would not be denied, winning the title with a victory. Head coach Dave Kragthorpe is carried off the field in Wichita Falls, Texas with the National Championship Trophy Idaho State University Football Media Guide

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22 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y The 2006 Bengals Position-by-Position Idaho State enters the 2006 season with some high expectations after an impressive spring camp. The Bengals, coming off a 5-6 season from 2004, return 16 starters, including nine on offense, and ISU added a couple of key transfers, including one at quarterback to replace departed 2005 starter Matt Hagler. Idaho State seems to be the sleeper team in the Big Sky among the nation s pundits and prognosticators. ISU narrowly missed a BSC I-A upset last year at Kentucky, and the 2005 schedule features two I-A games in trips to UNLV and Idaho. This year, the Big Sky expands to nine teams with Northern Colorado, giving all teams an even conference slate of four home and four away games. The following is a position-by-position breakdown of the 2006 Bengals as they look to win their second Big Sky title in five years. OFFENSE (9 starters returning, 19 lettermen returning) Quarterback (0 lettermen returning, 2 lettermen lost, 1 transfer, 1 redshirt, 2 incoming freshmen) While Idaho State returns just four pass attempts from 2005 (and those came from two wide receivers), things are looking up for the Bengals from under center, due to the transfer of former University of Michigan quarterback Matt Gutierrez, and the emergence of local redshirt freshman Luke Butler. Gutierrez brings an impressive list of credentials, and he and Butler will look to improve on ISU s 2,156 passing yards and nine touchdowns from last year, while cutting back on ISU s 20 interceptions that were thrown by starter Matt Hagler and backup Luke Sniewski last year. A pair of talented freshmen in Idaho product Russel Hill and Sacramento native Cody Boek are also looking to slot in as the third quarterback in the rotation. Hill had the benefit of spring ball with Matt Gutierrez Idaho State and looked comfortable with the offense, while Boek possesses not only a strong arm, but a big frame (6-3, 215) and good mobility. Returning Lettermen Player GM Comp-Att-I PCT Yards TD Eff YPG None Departed Lettermen Player GM Comp-Att-I PCT Yards TD Eff YPG Matt Hagler Luke Sniewski Returning Lettermen Running Back (3 lettermen returning, 1 lettermen lost, 1 redshirts, 1 squad member) The running game was a revelation for the 2005 Bengals, and with a solid passing game expected in 2006, the running backs might really have a chance to shine. Last year, ISU s West Coast Connection of Josh Barnett and Ken Cornist ran roughshod over the competition. Barnett raced for 793 yards and four touchdowns on the season, and his backfield mate Cornist had 783 yards and a school rookie record 14 touchdowns. Josh Barnett Turill Engelman, used mostly on special teams and as a blocker, reeled off 56 yards and showed he can handle the load if needed. Also returning is Hayden Plocher, who played in just five games, and to that talented crew the Bengals add Clint Knickrehm, who redshirted last year and rushed for 1,568 yards as a senior at Pocatello High Ken Cornist School. Returning Lettermen Player GM Att Yards Avg TD Long YPG Josh Barnett Ken Cornist Turill Engelman Departed Lettermen Player GM Att Yards Avg TD Long YPG George Barnes Wide Receivers (4 lettermen returning, 4 lettermen lost, 3 redshirts, 1 incoming freshman) The Bengals lose two of their top three receivers from a year ago including graduated senior Shedrack Okoebor, but ISU returns plenty of talent, including leading receiver and offensive MVP from a year ago in Eddie Thompson. For Thompson, he led ISU in receptions, with 39, and in receiving yards, with 428 in earning Second Team All-Big Sky honors. Thompson led the Bengals despite spending some time as an option quarterback, rushing 21 times for 101 yards. Also back and fully healed from a pestering knee injury is Akilah Lacey. Lacey Idaho State University Football Media Guide dropped down to just 22 catches last year after injuring himself in the season s third game. Lacey owns 108 catches in his career and 15 touchdowns. Senior Dane Simmons returns after setting career highs for catches and yards last season. Senior Hunter Rodriguez rounds out the returning receivers. Three redshirts, all of whom have the ability to put up big numbers, join the squad for full-time action, led by Jaron Taylor, who impressed in the spring. A pair of slot receivers in Pete Richter and Jaquan Ramsey will look to fill the Akilah Lacey vacated slot receiver position, and both will join Thompson in the kick return department as well. The only incoming freshman is a good one in Isaiah Buriel, who should get the opportunity to learn the system this season as a redshirt. Eddie Thompson Returning Lettermen Player GM Rec Yards Avg TD Long YPG Eddie Thompson Akilah Lacey Dane Simmons Hunter Rodriguez Departed Lettermen Player GM Rec Yards Avg TD Long YPG Shedrack Okoebor Kenyon Blue Bruce Minnett Colin Poe Tight End (3 lettermen returning, 1 redshirt) The Bengals return two Pocatello natives again in senior Brandon Mennear of Pocatello High School and junior Jon Winn of Highland High School. The two combined for 11 catches and 106 yards in receiving in Both should see more action with Gutierrez in the fold at quarterback, and both are excellent blockers as well. Luc Martin also saw time at tight end last year as a freshman, and to him ISU adds redshirt freshman Quincy Griffin, who has great hands for such a big target at 6-5, 295 pounds. Player GM Rec Yards Avg TD Long YPG Brandon Mennear Jon Winn Departed Lettermen Player GM Rec Yards Avg TD Long YPG None Offensive Line (7 lettermen returning, 0 lettermen lost, 1 squad member, 1 transfer, 3 redshirts, 2 incoming freshman, 1 position transfer) Last year, the Bengal offensive line helped ISU rush for over 1,700 yards and allowed just 18 sacks and proved a key cog. This year should be even better as ISU returns every offensive lineman from last year, plus they add three redshirts, two incoming freshmen, a position transfer, and a Division I transfer. The starting lineup of George Yarno at center, Evan Dietrich-Smith and Clifton Buckway at the guards, and Shawn Oram and Sam Downs at the tackles are all back, plus letterwinner Francisco Anguiano. Chris Boblit, who lettered in 2004 and played last year, returns as well giving ISU their top seven lineman back from Just adding to the depth at the position, three redshirts will look to break into the rotation and the lineup, headed by 6-6, 300 pound Lance Cartwright. Anthony Smalls and Billy Kramer both spent the spring works along the line, and former tight end Bryce Metcalf bulked up and switched to center, making a smooth transition to that position. Also looking to break into the lineup is former University of Oregon tackle Aaron Klovas, who brings two Offensive Line years of I-A experience, and a 6-6, 310 pound frame as well. All the depth should allow incoming freshmen Travis DeRaad and Kevin Nelson the chance to practice and redshirt the season while bulking up.

23 b e n g a l Special Teams (1 lettermen returning, 2 lettermen lost, 1 JC transfer, 1 redshirt, 1 squad member) Idaho State loses two placekickers from 2005, including First Team All-American Jaret Johnson, and the task of replacing him will fall to a trio of kickers. Returning squad member Kyle Andersen and punter Dan Zeidman, who placekicked and earned all-conference honors as a kicker at Grossmont Junior College, both performed well in spring ball, and Brandon Jones, a junior college transfer from El Camino Junior College brings impressive credentials to the mix. Zeidman also returns as the incumbent punter. While ISU s run of punters ranked in the national top 10 ended at seven years, Zeidman was still solid, ranking 21st nationally in punting average. Battling Dan Zeidman Dan for the punting chores will be redshirt freshman Jon Vanderweilen, who possesses solid leg strength and has improved his technique over the course of his redshirt season. Returning Lettermen Punter GM No. Yards Avg Long I20 Blk Dan Zeidman Departed Lettermen Kicker GM XP-XPA FG-FGM Long Pts Jaret Johnson DEFENSE (6 starters returning, 14 lettermen returning) Defensive Line (3 lettermen returning, 5 lettermen lost, 4 JC transfers, 6 redshirts, 2 incoming freshman) Idaho State took their biggest hit from 2005 at the defensive line position, where five lettermen have departed, including All-American defensive end Jeff Charleston. However plenty of talent returns, along with a couple of talented JC transfers to give ISU solid depth throughout the line. Returning starting tackle James Drake anchors the line along with Renell Robinson, who was saw action in all 11 games last season. Doug Hurst also returns after playing a lot of special teams last year. To help replace the starters lost to graduation, ISU has four junior college lineman coming in, including Micah Cloward and Joel Janke, who both were in spring camp. However, all eyes are on Viliami Akoteu, a 6-3, 325 pound behemoth who was a JC Gridwire All-American. Jonathan Tuua also transfers in as a sophomore with a great prep background from Long Beach Poly. James Drake Five redshirts from last year are also back, headed up by JC transfer Geo Simmons, who redshirted behind ISU s five seniors last year. Joining Simmons are Craig Garnette, Jody Morgan, and T.J. Bingham as redshirts looking for playing time. ISU also has two talented incoming freshman in Peter Anderson, who had the benefit of spring football, and Taylor Kerbs of nearby Burley, Idaho. Returning Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR James Drake Renell Robinson Departed Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR Jeff Charleston Jermaine Horn Dustin Schroader David Tongelei Sye Sweat Linebacker (5 lettermen returning, 1 lettermen lost, 1 transfer, 3 squad members, 1 redshirt, 3 incoming freshman) Perhaps the deepest position on the defense is at linebacker, where all three starters return from a year ago, plus a starter from 2004, and a I-A transfer, along with a host of redshirts, squad members, and incoming freshmen. First Team All-Big Sky pick Pago Togafau, ISU s heart and soul on defense, returns as middle linebacker looking for a third straight 100-tackle season. Sterling Mennear returned Pago Togafau from his mission to claim a starting spot, and scored two touchdowns. Atelea Raass was third on the team in tackles and proved to be one of the league s top outside backers. A starter in 2004, Anthony Henderson can play any of the linebacker positions, and he is joined by Oregon transfer Ryan Phipps, who brings with him a season of Atelea Raass f o o t b a l l Pac-10 experience. Three Bengals, Will Yoder, John Schwartz, and Brandon McMillin, all saw time at linebacker but didn t letter. However, that experience adds to ISU s extreme depth at the position, and all are candidates for special teams duty. ISU also adds a pair of redshirts in returned missionary Nic Edgson and the hard-hitting Dane Edmundson into the fold as well. The Bengals should be able to allow their three incoming freshmen backers a chance to learn the system, including highly touted Jeffrey Tuua, Cody Clark, and Century High School product Sean Rutten. Returning Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR Pago Togafau Atelea Raass Sterling Mennear Anthony Henderson Randall Smith Departed Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR Zach Raphael D.J. Clark Secondary (6 lettermen returning, 3 lettermen lost, 2 JC transfer, 1 transfer, 1 squad member, 4 redshirts, 1 freshman) Idaho State s secondary lost both starting safeties from a year ago, including four-year letterman Quinton Freeman, but ISU returns both starting cornerbacks, plus a host of young players that saw spot duty last season.. ISU s starting corners from last year, including Second Team All-Big Sky pick D.J. Clark and Anthony Melvin are the top returners back in the secondary, giving ISU instant and enviable depth at the corner spots. Terrence Calloway and Chaz Brewer both return looking to replace ISU s departed safeties, and all everything Spencer Franz lettered last year, most on special teams, but his hard-hitting style lends itself to ISU s tough defense. ISU also returns Jason Wright, who saw time last year at cornerback. Two junior college transfers will also look to fill in the starting safety slots in Brent Bankus and former marine Clyde Logan. Both Bankus and Logan participated in spring camp and were able to get a jump start on the defensive scheme. A late summer pickup in the form of former Michigan starter Jacob Stewart at safety should pay immediate dividends as well. Adding to all that depth are four redshirts who will make a strong push for playing time, including the speedy Scott Jossis out of Boise, Idaho and Kenny Hellmandollar of Meridian, who is looking to follow in his father s footsteps at Idaho State. Amir Owens and Anthony Henderson Anthony Melvin converted running back Joe Strayhand are also looking for time after strong spring camps. All that depth should allow ISU s lone incoming freshman Erik Stoll to learn the system. Returning Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR D.J. Clark Anthony Melvin Terrence Calloway Chaz Brewer Departed Lettermen Player GM UT AT Total For Loss Sacks Int PD FF FR Quinton Freeman (-2) Dustin Murray Donte Williams Idaho State University Football Media Guide 21

24 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y LARRY LEWIS ON......Bengal Football: Traditions are built with winning seasons. We re 18-4 at home over the last four years, and we ve established a winning tradition in Holt Arena. We will set our goals each year to win the Big Sky, be in the top 25, and compete for the National Championship....Attitude: Our slogan is We build winners at Idaho State. We want our players to compete at their very best in everything they do, in their academics, in the community and on the playing field. To do this our players must believe in themselves, our school and community and in our mission on the football field. There is a saying that, It s not what happens to you in life, it s how you react to it. We are teaching our players how to react in a positive, winning manner. Attitude will make the difference....idaho State: I believe Idaho State University is a great place for anyone to fulfill their academic and athletic goals. ISU is a beautiful campus surrounded by areas of Southeast Idaho that offer some of the best outdoor recreation and the most beautiful scenery in the nation. I have always said that it is the people within who will make the difference, from our coaching staff, to administration, to the community and surrounding area. We have great people who care and support Idaho State University Football Media Guide

25 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l...academics: We have three goals for our players: graduate, win a championship, and enjoy your college experience. Although some day everyone s athletic career comes to an end, the education you receive and the experience you have in college will remain with you and shape the way you will continue to live your life. We are very committed to our standards of academic excellence, and we provide the necessary resources to attain that goal for each player....team: We build winners at Idaho State and this requires our players to become part of a family. Our team concept is based on S.T.A.T.E. Support, Trust, Accountability, Truth and Energy. These values will help us to become one, The Bengal Family....Recruiting: We can recruit to ISU, Pocatello and Southeast Idaho. This is a great place. We will recruit young men with character, who know how to compete and love to play football. We will recruit young men with great athletic ability who will represent themselves, ISU and our community with a winning attitude....success: Success comes from believing in yourself and doing everything with the very best of your ability. Dream big, set goals, be confident and clearly see the direction you are headed. It is not easy but the rewards outweigh the hard work and sacrifice in your journey to be a success Idaho State University Football Media Guide 23

26 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Bengal Football... By The Numbers 1-The number of national championships won by Idaho State. The Bengals are one of only 15 schools to ever win a I-AA football title. 2-Positions started by Emery Beckles against Weber State in 2003, starting at both defensive back and running back, becoming the first Bengals in 40 years to start a game on both sides of the ball. 3-The number of consecutive years that Idaho State led the nation in net punting, from , the longest streak in I-AA history in that category. 4-The round Jared Allen was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2004 NFL draft. 6-The round Eddie Johnson was drafted in by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2003 NFL draft. 7-The number of rushing touchdowns allowed by the Bengals in 2002, the lowest figure in school history for a season. 11-The number of 50+ yard field goals kicked by Pete Garces in his two years at Idaho State, tying the NCAA I-AA record. 11-The number of blocked kicks by former defensive lineman Mark Weivoda, the second-most in NCAA history. 13-The number of postseason All-Americans Idaho State has had during the Larry Lewis era. Peter Garces, DeRonn Finley (two positions), Junior Ioane, Eddie Johnson, Javier Garcia, Jared Allen (twice), Corey Brown, Steve Burch, Ernie James, Jaret Johnson, and Jeff Charleston have all been honored in the last seven years. 14-Rushing touchdowns by freshman Ken Cornist, the most ever by an ISU freshman. 17-Idaho State s final 2002 ranking in both the Sports Network media poll and the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. 22-The number of Bengals selected to the All-Big Sky team in 2002, a school record that included seven First Team and seven Second Team picks. 32-The number of NFL franchises that saw at least one Bengal practice or game during the 2005 season. 38-The number of consecutive games with a catch by Sale Key, breaking the Idaho State record. 38-The number of coaching wins by Larry Lewis, third most in school history. 39-The percentage of increase in attendance from 1999 to 2000, the largest percentage increase since The number of All-Big Sky Academic honorees under Larry Lewis since Idaho State s net punting average in 2001, a mark that set a new NCAA I-AA record Idaho State University Football Media Guide 54-The length in yards of Jaret Johnson s field goal with :01 left to beat Portland State 36-34, the longest game-winning field goal in Idaho State history. 58-Points scored by Idaho State against Montana State in 2000, their second-highest total against an NCAA Division I member Idaho State s completion percentage in 2002, breaking the school single-season record. 79-The number of passing attempts by Idaho State s Mark Hetherington and Matt Hagler against Portland State, an NCAA I-AA single game record. Receiver Jeff Davenport also threw a pass in that contest. 120-The number of All-Big Sky Conference selections for the Bengals during the Larry Lewis era. 132-The number of yards Mike Jones rushed for against Weber State, making him the first Bengal in history with three straight 130+ yard rushing games Average all-purpose yards for DeRonn Finley, an ISU career record, bettering former New York Jet Ed Flea Bell s old mark of Touchdown passes by Idaho State over the last seven years 158-The number of feet from the Holt Arena playing surface to the hanging speakers, which punter Ben Simpson hit November 13, 1999 during a game against Montana State. 172-The number of feet from the Holt Arena playing surface to the catwalk, where Eddie Johnson twice lost balls during his pregame punting warmups. 273-Yards gained on the ground by Nick Whitworth against Fort Lewis, the most ever in a single game for an ISU back. 291-The number of touchdowns scored over the past seven seasons. 553-The number of yards thrown by Kevin McCarthy against Southern Utah, at the time the 8 th -best single game total in NCAA I-AA history. 2,039-Yards on the ground rolled up by Nick Whitworth in 1999 and 2000, the most ever gained by an ISU back in consecutive seasons. 4,353-The altitude above sea level of Holt Arena. 8,480-Average attendance for the 2005 season, ISU s best attendance since 1995, and second-best since ,170-Yards accumulated by punter Ben Simpson, second most in school history. 11,434-Attendance against the University of Montana in 2003, ISU s best attended game since ,821-Total passing yards over the last seven years 13,895-Attendance at the 1980 ISU-Boise State game, the largest crowd in Holt Arena history. 19,000-Amount of money donated to the Idaho Food Bank by the ISU football program for the holiday season after an attendance promotion with Weber State in ,576,459-The number of fans to pass through Holt Arena since 1970 to watch Bengal football.

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28 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Larry Lewis Head Coach Boise State, th Season at Idaho State Special Teams & Kickers Larry Lewis enters his eighth season at the helm of the Idaho State University football program, in the midst of a four-year contract that will keep him at the helm of the Bengal football team through the 2008 season. Lewis has already turned the Bengals around into one of the Big Sky s best, most respected and entertaining programs. The proof of that is in the numbers, as the Bengals over the past 20 years have had three of the top four attendance years during Lewis tenure, including last year s average of 8,480 fans, the second-best mark in the last 20 years. The 2005 season featured some amazing last second wins and the Bengals battling for the Big Sky title through November. The Bengals picked up heartstopping wins including a win over #5 Eastern Washington, and a last second win over Portland State that ended on the longest game-winning field goal in ISU history. The Bengals also continued their trend of stepping up and challenging I-A programs, as the Bengals went to Kentucky of the SEC, and lost after leading with 5:14 remaining in the game. His squad was led by a pair of consensus All-Americans in Jeff Charleston and Jaret Johnson, giving Lewis 13 All-Americans in his first seven seasons at Idaho State. Charleston was one of 16 finalists for the Buck Buchanan Award for the I-AA Defensive Player of the Year, the second such honoree in Lewis tenure. Also of note, the Bengals went 4-0 in games when they led after three quarters, making the Bengals 19-1 over the past four years in that statistic. Lewis s charges picked up 20 All-Big Sky nods, including three first teamers and a pair of second teamers. All told, Lewis has now coached 121 All-Big Sky honorees, including 20 first team picks, 26 second teamers, and 75 honorable mention selections. Lewis also had eight players earn All-Big Sky Academic honors, running his total to 40. The 2004 season was also a year where successes could be found all over the place. Quarterback Mark Hetherington threw for 3,000 yards, becoming just the fifth quarterback to do so, and the second in seven seasons under Lewis. Also, Lewis watched three of his players sign professional contacts, two with the NFL and one with the CFL. His players were once again recognized by the league s coaches, as 20 more players earned All-Big Sky recognition, including one first team and seven second team picks. In 2003, he continued Idaho State s success with a brilliant campaign, leading ISU to an 8-4 season, giving the Bengals back-to-back eight win seasons for the first time in the program s 101-year history. Along the way, the Bengals picked up a pair of heart-stopping double-overtime wins. The first, a win over Eastern Washington, was the highest-scoring game in Holt Arena history. The second, a win over Montana, was ISU s first win over the Griz in 10 years and knocked them from the nation s top 10 for the first time in nearly three years. The Bengals once again went undefeated at home, running their home winning streak to 12 straight games, the longest in school history. Lewis also oversaw the program s first National Player of the Year honor as Jared Allen earned the Buck Buchanan Award as the nation s top I-AA defensive player from the Sports Network. In 2002, Lewis led the Bengals to a share of their first Big Sky title since 1981, as his charges went 8-3 on the season, and 5-2 in the Big Sky Conference. The Bengals season was showcased by a perfect 6-0 record in Holt Arena, and none were more exciting than ISU s last second win over Montana State, who also tied for the league title, along with Montana. The Larry Lewis File Born: October 30, 1957, Nyssa, Oregon Hometown: Vale, Oregon High School: Vale (Oregon) High, Coached by his father, the late Arnie Lewis... earned four varsity letters in football as a tailback and linebacker... team won State AA title with a 12-0 mark in lettered twice in wrestling and four times in baseball... pitcher and third baseman... baseball team reached state playoffs senior year. College: Boise State, Starter at outside linebacker on the Bronco s 1980 club that won the national NCAA I-AA championship... earned four varsity letters... redshirted in 1976, then played four years... team s most improved player as a freshman. Coaching Experience: Weber State, Started in the fall of 1981 as a part-time coach... moved to full time position before the 1983 season and spent the next six years on Mike Price s Wildcat staff... coached outside linebackers the first five years and worked with the Wildcats defensive ends and down linemen the last three years while also serving as the recruiting coordinator... Washington State University, Served as assistant head coach and special teams coordinator... helped lead Washington State to the 1997 Rose Bowl... also responsible for the defensive ends. Larry Lewis Coaching Year-by-Year Assistant Coach Weber State Assistant Coach Washington State Head Coach Idaho State Overall Conference Year School W L W L Finish 1981 Weber State Fourth 1982 Weber State Seventh 1983 Weber State Fifth 1984 Weber State Sixth 1985 Weber State Fourth 1986 Weber State Sixth-Tie 1987 Weber State Champion-Tie 1988 Weber State Fourth-Tie Weber St. Totals Washington State Seventh-Tie 1990 Washington State Ninth 1991 Washington State Sixth-Tie 1992 Washington State Third-Tie 1993 Washington State Sixth 1994 Washington State Fourth 1995 Washington State Eighth-Tie 1996 Washington State Fifth-Tie 1997 Washington State Champion-Tie 1998 Washington State Tenth Wash. St. Totals Idaho State Eighth 2000 Idaho State Sixth 2001 Idaho State Seventh-Tie 2002 Idaho State Champion-Tie 2003 Idaho State Fourth-Tie 2004 Idaho State Sixth-Tie 2005 Idaho State Sixth Idaho State Totals Asst. Coach Totals Head Coach Totals The Bengals pitched their first Big Sky shutout since 1980 when they defeated Weber State 34-0 in front of 10,419 fans, a record crowd in the Lewis era at that time. Idaho State scored a pair of road wins as well, including a win at Eastern Washington, where ISU held one of the nation s top offenses to an 0-for Idaho State University Football Media Guide

29 b e n g a l night on third down. I S U s s u c - cess landed Larry Lewis on the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Ballot, a first for an ISU coach. The Bengals spent most of the year in the national polls, climbing as high as #16, and ISU finished the year ranked #17 in the poll, their highest final ranking since Hanna, Larry, and Lisa The other conference coaches noticed the Bengals success, as a record 22 players received All-Big Sky honors, including seven on the first team. In 2001, Idaho State returned just six starters, and went 4-7 on the season, but four of the losses were by a combined total of 14 points, including a loss to eventual national champion Montana, and a loss to I-A Utah State. The Bengals started the 2000 season out of the gate in fine fashion, with a 4-1 mark, leading to the school s first national ranking since The Bengals spent a week at #25 in the Sports Network Poll, and two weeks in the CFAA/Teamlink Top 25 Poll, topping out at #23. Highlighting that initial stretch was a heartstopping win over nationally-ranked Northern Arizona in which Lewis fourth-and-goal gamble turned into the winning touchdown. Also among those first four victories was a tense win over Sacramento State, and the school s first ever road overtime victory, a decision over Cal State Northridge. Even a short losing streak couldn t dampen the season, as the Bengals finished the season with two more landmark wins. Idaho State returned to.500 with a victory over Montana State, scoring the most points ever by Idaho State in a Big Sky win. That win gave ISU four conference victories, tying for the most since To culminate the season, Lewis led his charges to Logan, Utah, where the Bengals scored a victory over Utah State, limiting the nation s Division I-A all-purpose yardage champion to just over 100 total yards of offense. Lewis, who along with his head coaching duties runs the special teams department for ISU, saw five special teamers earn All-American honors in his first five years, as kickers Pete Garces and Javier Garcia, punter Eddie Johnson (twice), and kick returner DeRonn Finley all earned All-American accolades. Under his tutelage, ISU s special teams have won four NCAA statistical championships, leading the nation in net punting in 2000, 2001, and Punter Eddie Johnson also led the nation in punting in In the last four years, ISU s punt return unit has scored eight touchdowns. Also earning honors under Lewis was 2000 starting quarterback Shane Griggs, who became the first quarterback to start all 11 games since Griggs earned two postseason honors, being invited to both the Kelly Tires Blue-Gray game in Montgomery, Alabama, and to the Rivals.com Hula Bowl, held in Maui, Hawaii. Griggs was the only Division I-AA quarterback to make either of the rosters for the two all-star games. Lewis has shown that not only is he making winners of the Bengals on the field, but off it as well. Along with 40 All-Big Sky Academic honorees, Lewis recruits Bart Brooks, Josh Whitworth, Jeff Davenport, and David Tongelei all have been honored by the Southern Idaho Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame as ISU s Babe-Caccia Scholar-Athlete Award Winner. In 2003, linebacker Bart Brooks was named to the I-AA Athletic Director Academic All-Star Team, was a nominee for the AD s $5,000 post graduate scholarship, and he was a Verizon/CoSIDA District VIII All-Academic selection. Former Bengal Matt Nighswonger earned Verizon/CoSIDA District VIII All-Academic honors in In 2001, Donell McNeal was one of only 11 football players selected nationally for the American Football Coaches Association Good Works All-American team for his work in the field of community service. Larry Lewis has also brought offense and exciting football back to Pocatello. In his seven years, Idaho State has scored at least 329 points five times. Of the f o o t b a l l 13 total seasons when ISU scored 300 or more points, Lewis has coached five of them, including five of the top nine seasons in ISU s history. Larry Lewis is third among all ISU coaches in terms of wins with 38, and he will move into second place with four more wins. Lewis came to Pocatello after spending 10 years as the assistant head coach at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. At Washington State, Lewis worked under head coach Mike Price. Lewis main coaching duties included serving as the assistant head coach, with responsibilities for coaching the defensive line and as special teams coordinator. He also hosted many administrative responsibilities, including compliance, director of summer camps, fund-raising, and supervision of graduate assistants and office personnel. While at Washington State, the Cougars advanced to three bowl games, and he was a part of the winningest coaching staff in Cougar history. In 1997, the Cougars went 10-1 in the regular season and won the Pac-10 title, advancing to the Rose Bowl, where they ultimately lost to Michigan Washington State finished #9 in both the USA Today and AP polls. Washington State led the Pac-10 in offense and was second in total defense. In 1994, the Cougars went 8-4, defeating Baylor 10-3 in the Alamo Bowl. Washington State was ranked #1 in the nation in both total defense and scoring defense, and they were second nationally in rushing defense as well. The Cougars finished 19 th in the USA Today poll and 21 st in the AP poll. In 1992, Washington State went 9-3 with a win over Utah in the Copper Bowl. The 9-3 mark at the time was the 2 nd most wins in school history, and it equaled the best record since the 1930s. Prior to coaching at Washington State, Lewis coached the defensive line and the linebackers at Weber State University, where he was also recruiting coordinator. He also served under Mike Price at Weber, and he helped the Wildcats to a 7-4 record in 1981 and a 10-3 record and a national ranking of #7 in The 1987 Wildcat squad advanced to the NCAA I-AA quarterfinals and won a share of the Big Sky Championship. In an interesting bit of irony, Lewis had a front row seat for Idaho State s most important regular season win ever: a triple overtime victory over Weber State in the final week of the season in That win gave Idaho State the Big Sky championship and an automatic berth in the I-AA playoffs, where the Bengals made their miracle run to the national championship. A loss by Idaho State would have meant a four-way tie for the league championship, and it probably would have meant a playoff appearance for Weber State instead of ISU. Lewis played collegiately at Boise State University, where he earned a B.S. in Physical Education with a minor in Health-Biology. While at Boise State, he started at outside linebacker for their 1980 national championship team. He also was a part of their team and the Broncos 1977 Big Sky Championship team. Lewis also won a prep title as a player; leading Vale Union High School in Vale, Oregon to a AA state championship in 1975 as his team went Lewis was a two-way starter for Vale, at running back and at linebacker. Larry comes from a coaching family, as his father Arnie coached Vale Union. Arnie Lewis, who passed away in 2000, is still considered one of the greatest Oregon prep coaches ever. Lewis and his wife Lisa have one daughter, Hanna Idaho State University Football Media Guide 27

30 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Bruce Barnum Off. Coord./Off. Line Eastern Wash., th Season at Idaho State Recruiting: N. California/Reno Idaho State University Football Media Guide Bruce Barnum enters his 10th year with the Bengals in 2006, and his sixth as the offensive coordinator. Barnum served as defensive coordinator in Under Barnum s leadership, ISU s offense has truly taken flight, ushering in ISU s greatest offensive era as a part of coach Lewis staff. Last season saw ISU run the ball as never before, rushing for over 1,700 yards and 23 rushing touchdowns. In 2004, Barnum oversaw a 3,000-yard passer, only the fifth in school history, as well as the record breaking season of Sale Key, who set the school s career receptions record. Barnum s offense also rolled up 3,611 passing yards overall, the third-most in school history, and ISU s 305 completions were the second-most in school history. In 2003, the Bengal offense racked up 394 points, the second-most in school history, and the most in a regular season in school history. Over the past three seasons, the offense has racked up 1,056 points, the most ever in any three-year period in ISU history. Idaho State s offense was among the nation s best, ranking sixth in passing, 20th in scoring, and 21st in total offense. In 2002, ISU s offense didn t miss a beat, scoring over 30 points a game and averaging yards of offense per game. The teams 331 points was equal to the 2001 output. Barnum s offensive line produced two All-Big Sky selections, one All-American, and the offense totaled 10 selections. With Barnum at the offensive helm, the Bengals had a streak of five consecutive 300-point season, the best such streak in school history. Proving his coaching acumen, by the end of the 2000 season, Barnum, who was serving as the defensive coordinator, had led ISU s defense to become one of the Big Sky s top units. Allowing only 16 points to Weber State, 14 points to Montana State, and 17 points to I-A Utah State. In that Utah State game, Barnum s defense stuffed Emmett White, who won the Division I-A all-purpose yardage title, to the tune of just 56 yards rushing. The defense totaled 16 interceptions, and consistently came up with big plays, such as a sack of Cal State Northridge quarterback Marcus Brady on the final play of regulation in a ISU overtime win, or Mike Clancey s punishing hit at the goal line that forced a late Charles Roberts fumble, preserving a tense win. Barnum has mostly coached on the offensive side of the ball in college, only coaching the defensive units in 1999 and In 1999, Barnum made the switch from offense to defense, coaching the defensive line after serving as offensive line coach his first two years. Prior to coming to Idaho State, Bruce spent three years as the offensive line coach and associate head coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. While at the USCGA, the Bears won the Freedom Conference championship and qualified for their first ever NCAA Division III playoff appearance. Barnum spent the 1993 season at American International in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he coached the offensive line and served as the running game coordinator. During the seasons, Barnum served as assistant offensive line coach at Cornell University in Ithica, New York. While there, he also served as offensive coordinator for the freshman team. Barnum s first collegiate coaching experience came at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington, coaching the offensive line from Barnum also served as an assistant football coach in the prep ranks, coaching at Del Castle High School in Newark, Delaware, Columbia River High School in Vancouver, Washington, and Central Valley High School in Spokane, Washington. Bruce earned his B.A. degree in 1987 from Eastern Washington University. He later went on to earn his Master s of Education from Western Washington in Bruce and his wife Shawna have two children, Brody ( ) and Cooper ( ). Joe Borich Quarterbacks Memphis, th Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Utah, Arizona, Las Vegas Brody, Shawna, Cooper, and Bruce Joe Borich enters his eighth year with the Bengals in 2006, and his sixth as quarterbacks coach. He coached running backs in his first year and receivers in Under Borich s watch, Idaho State has become a quarterback factory. Two seasons ago Mark Hetherington threw for 3,192 yards, the third-most in ISU history. Hetherington threw for 300-yards five times during the season, and he and freshman Matt Hagler combined for 465 yards at Portland State. The 2004 season continued a string of success stories for Borich while at Idaho State. In 2003 under Borich, the Bengals had a pair of quarterbacks throw for 300 yards, the first time since the 1983 that that had occurred. Borich also saw Mark Hetherington climb into the driver s seat and throw for 23 touchdowns, the secondmost in school history. Hetherington, who played the equivalent of just eight full games, threw for 2,526 yards, including 453 in the season-finale, the fifth-highest total in school history. In 2002, Bengal quarterbacks set a school record by completing 59.9 percent of their passes. Starter Doug Baughman had a phenomenal year under Borich, throwing for 2,936 yards and 21 touchdowns with a quarterback rating, third-best in school history. Those numbers bettered Baughman s 2001 numbers of 2,638 yards passing and efficiency rating of In 2000, the receivers thrived under Borich, consistently pulling in big catches. Bengal receivers totalled 179 catches, accounting for 81.4 percent of all passes caught by Idaho State. They also totalled 18 touchdowns as well. Two freshmen, Brett Fowler and Jerrold Wilkerson, flourished under Borich, combining for 26 catches, 560 yards, and eight touchdowns. Borich s top receiver, DeRonn Finley, earned First-Team All-Big Sky honors at receiver, a first for a Bengal wideout since 1993, and was an honorable mention All-American. In his first year, Idaho State running back Nick Whitworth rushed for 1,106 yards, the third-best total in single season history at ISU.

31 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Borich came to Idaho State from Snow College, where he served on former ISU offensive coordinator Keith Uperesa s staff. Joe served as quarterbacks coach at Snow, and he also assisted in preparing and developing weekly game plans. Borich s quarterbacks helped lead Snow to an 8-2 record in 1998, including a #5 national ranking. One of his pupils, Josh Heupel, eventually transferred to the University of Oklahoma, where he led the Sooners to the 2000 I-A National Championship Borich s quarterback knowledge comes from his own collegiate experience. Borich started for two years at Snow College and then went to the University of Memphis, where he also started for two years. A team captain on both squads, Borich was a National Junior College All-America selection while at Snow. Borich was also the featured speaker at the Memphis City Schools Football Banquet. Borich received his bachelor s degree in Physical Education/Fitness Management from Memphis in Joe, Megan, and Mykah Borich has been around sports most of his life. He served as a ball boy for the Utah Jazz from , and he was the Locker Room Manager for the Jazz from He also served as the Locker Room Manager for the 1996 Dream Team, featuring Shaquille O Neal, Penny Hardaway, Karl Malone, and Grant Hill. Borich also worked for Malone s Global Sports, Incorporated. Joe married Megan Borich in the summer of 2005, and he has a stepdaughter, Mykah. Stacy Collins Linebackers Western Oregon, nd Season at Idaho State Recruiting: San Diego, Orange County Stacy Collins enters his second season with the Bengal program as linebackers coach. He spent the previous two years as the linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Western Washington. Last year ISU s linebackers had a phenominal season, with Pago Togafau earning First Team All-Conference honors. Two of ISU s top three tacklers were linebackers last season, and ISU s top four backers accounted for 219 tackles. Collins was the defensive coordinator at South Dakota Tech in 2002, and from , he coached linebackers and coordinated the special teams at Western Oregon. Collins also has vast coaching experience from overseas as well, as he spent three spring coaching the Vienna Vikings of the European Federation of American Football, helping Vienna to three league titles. Collins graduated in 1998 from Western Oregon with a physical education degree, and he also earned his master s from WOU in A fouryear letterman in football at WOU, he was Honorable Mention All-Columbia Football Association in He and his wife Mandi have two daughters, Kayla and Mackenzie. Torey Hunter Secondary: Corners Washington State, rd Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Colorado Torey Hunter enters his third year with Idaho State University, and his second as the head of ISU s secondary. In his first season, Hunter was in charge of ISU s cornerbacks. Hunter came to the Bengal program from Western Washington University. Last year Hunter s corners earned a Second Team and an honorable mention All-Big Sky nod, and freshman D.J.Clark was second in the conference in interceptions. ISU s top two corners, who had not been starters prior to last season, had 45 percent of ISU s interceptions in In 2004, Hunter oversaw a secondary that despite being decimated by two seasonending injuries was still one of the best and most athletic in the Big Sky. Hunter coached first team All-Big Sky corner Ernie James, and a second team All-Big Sky pick in David Beverly, who switched to defensive back at midseason. All told, ISU s secondary racked up 33 pass breakups, 11 picks, four fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles In his first season, Hunter helped ISU s secondary rack up 11 interceptions. Under his tutelage, corner Emery Beckles set a career-high in interceptions on the way to First Team All-Big Sky honors and a contract with the Canadian Football League s Sasketchewan Roughriders. Hunter played professional football after his career at Washington State University, where in 1995 he was a third round draft choice of the Houston Oilers. Hunter played in 12 games for the Oilers, and then spent the spring of 1996 with the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe. Hunter then went on to a successful six-year career in the Canadian Football League with Montreal and Edmonton Idaho State University Football Media Guide 29

32 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Joe Lorig Defensive Coord./Safeties Western Oregon, th Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Southern California Ryan Smaha Tight Ends Eastern Oregon, nd Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Fresno & Bakersfield Idaho State University Football Media Guide Joe Lorig enters his eighth year with the Bengals, and he enters his second year coaching safeties after four years as linebackers coach. Lorig, who coached cornerbacks his first two seasons at ISU, is serving as the defensive coordinator for the Bengals for the fourth consecutive year. The Bengals continued their strong defensive ways last year, headed up by ISU s second Buck Buchanan finalist in the last three years. The Bengals had three players make First or Second Team All-Conference, and the Bengals finished first in the Big Sky and 19th nationally in rushing defense. ISU also registered their third shutout in the past 54 games, after having just three shutouts in the previous 210 games. In 2004, Idaho State s defense turned in several impressive performances, not the least of which was picking up one First Team all conference and three Second Team selections. Lorig also headed up the linebacking corps that season, led by team Most Valuable Player Pago Togafau, who recorded 122 tackles, the third-most by a sophomore in school history. Togafau also led the team in fumble recoveries with three. Last year, the defense as a unit recorded 84 tackles for a loss and 22 sacks, 17 interceptions, 14 forced fumbles, and 13 fumble recoveries, the 30 takwaways good for a tie for 16th nationally. In 2003, Idaho State had three defensive players earn First Team All-Big Sky honors under Lorig, including a fourth round NFL draft pick. Last year ISU also saw two of the longest interception returns in school history, including a 100-yarder, and the school s single-season sack record broken. In 2002, Idaho State s top three tacklers were all linebackers, and two, Josh Whitworth and Bart Brooks, were First Team All-Big Sky picks. All together, they, along with second teamer Audie Attar, had 265 tackles, 33 for losses totalling 83 yards, two interceptions, 11 passes defended, and a forced fumble. Brooks also was one of 10 finalists for the prestigious I-AA Athletic Director s $5,000 post graduate scholarship, and he earned Academic honors from the Idaho Chapter of the National Football Foundation, as did two other members of the defense. Lorig came to Idaho State from Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Oregon, where he served as the secondary coach for two years. He also served as a graduate assistant secondary coach in his first year. In 1997, Western Oregon won the California Football Association championship, and they had the second-ranked secondary in the conference, with three defensive backs earning all-conference honors. In 1998, Lorig s secondary racked up nine interceptions and had 27 passes broken up. Lorig played for Western Oregon for two seasons, earning all-conference honors both years as a defensive back. Lorig, a team captain, also earned NAIA Division II National Player of the Week Honors for his play against Simon Fraser. To culminate his playing career, Lorig was selected to play in the national all-star game in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to attending Western Oregon, Lorig played for two seasons at Walla Walla Community College. Lorig earned his bachelor s degree in Law Enforcement in 1996, and his master s in Correctional Administration in 1998, from Western Oregon. He is married to the former Becky DeJong, an ISU assistant volleyball coach from Will PlemonS Defensive Line Cal Lutheran, st Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Northern California Joe and Becky Will Plemons enters his first year with the Bengals as the team s defensive line coach. Plemons comes to Idaho State after a stint with Fresno State. At Fresno, Plemons served as a graduate assistant coach for two seasons, working with the defensive line. The Bulldogs led the Western Athletic Conference in defense, leading in scoring defense, total defense, turnover margin, pass efficiency defense and pass defense each of the last two seasons, and defensive lineman Garrett McIntyre was the league s Defensive Player of the Year. Prior to Fresno State, Plemons began his coaching career at his alma mater of Cal Lutheran, where he worked from He started out on the offensive side as a tight ends and assistant offensive line coach, but in 2000 he was elevated to defensive line coach, and he was given the additional duties of recruiting coordinator in Will, who also has experience as a strength and conditioning coach from his time at Cal Lutheran, graduated in 1997, serving as a four-year starter for the Kingsmen. As a senior he was team captain, and named both Most Inspirational and All-Conference. A native of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Will is married to Mary Beth Plemons. Ryan Smaha enters his second season with the Bengals as the coach of the tight ends. Last year ISU s tight ends combined with the offensive line to help block for ISU rushers to the tune of 1,714 yards on the ground. The tight ends also caught 12 passes on the season. Smaha came to ISU after spending one season at his alma mater of Eastern Oregon, where he was a student assistant coach. Smaha was a three-year letterwinner on defense for the Mountaineers, graduating in 2004.

33 b e n g a l Bryant Thomas Wide Receivers Washington State, th Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Southern California f o o t b a l l three receivers each caught over 52 passes, and receivers accounted for 233 of ISU s 305 catches, along with 2,990 yards and 22 touchdowns. Also in 2004, a Bengal senior recorded double figure catches in all four of his seasons, marking the seventh time that has happened in school history, with five coming under Thomas watch. Five different Bengals caught at least 30 passes, six caught at least 20, and a whopping eight caught at least 10 that year, led by Sale Key s 58 catches for 882 yards. Thomas receivers were a big factor in ISU finishing sixth nationally in passing in 2003, and he had three receivers ranked among the Big Sky s top eight in receptions per game. In 2002, the receivers were once again stellar for ISU, with five players with 20 catches, including four with 30 or more. Senior Eugene Mirador became just the third Bengal to ever have 10 or more catches in four consecutive seasons, as he hauled in 47 passes. ISU s top four receivers caught 157 passes for 1,890 yards and 15 touchdowns. Bryant Thomas enters his sixth season with Idaho State, once again coaching ISU s talented receiving corps. Thomas came to Pocatello after spending two seasons at Washington State as a graduate assistant. Thomas continued his string of talented freshmen in 2005, as rookie Eddie Thompson led the team in receiving yards and a receptions. Despite injuries, ISU receivers ranked one through four on the 2005 chart for receptions. The receivers accounted for 77.7% of Idaho State s receptions last year, 77.8% of ISU s touchdown catches, and 84.4% of the teams receiving yards. In 2004, senior Sale Key broke ISU s career receptions mark, and finished second in yards and touchdowns on his way to an NFL contract. ISU s top In 2001, ISU s wide receivers were a huge strength, with six receivers grabbing at least 20 passes on the year. Bengal receivers accounted for 20 touchdown receptions, and even one touchdown pass. Thomas came to Idaho State after serving the past two years as a defensive backs coach with Washington State, as he took over for former Bengal coach James Ward when he came to Idaho State in 1998 with head coach Larry Lewis. At Washington State, he caught 52 career passes for 626 yards and four touchdowns before moving to defensive back as a senior, helping the Cougars to their first Rose Bowl appearance in 67 years. As a defensive back he earned two Washington State weekly awards; one for Special Teams play against Southwestern Louisiana, and the Big Hit Award against Arizona. Bryant had his best defensive game against Southwestern Louisiana, picking off a pass, and recovering a fumble for a touchdown. Nick Whitworth Recruiting Coord./Running Backs Idaho State, th Season at Idaho State Recruiting: Idaho Nick Whitworth begins his fourth season with the Idaho State coaching staff, and he is in charge of both ISU s running backs and he serves as recruiting coordinator. Nick also spent two seasons as a student assistant with the Bengals. In his two years as recruiting coordinator, Whitworth s recruiting class have both been highly touted. Whitworth, a Mackay native, has proven to be able to get some of the top student-athletes in the west, and in Idaho in particular. Last season, ISU s young running back corp under Whitworth rushed for 1,714 yards and 23 rushing touchdowns, the best numbers in over 20 years from that position. Both sophomore Josh Barnett and freshman Ken Cornist earned all-conference honors, and Cornist set a Bengal freshman record with 14 rushing scores as both rushed for over 780 yards. Handling the running backs probably comes second nature to Nick. Whitworth had Tia, Bryant, Shannon, Torrance, and Tally Nick and Erin a standout four-year career at Idaho State from , the last two years as the team s starting tailback. Whitworth rushed for 1,106 yards as a junior, the third most in school history. Included in that total was a school record 273 yards against Fort Lewis College, which broke the school record. That game came on the heels of the season opener when Whitworth raced for 221 yards against Eastern Oregon, making his 494 yards rushing in back-to-back games the most in school history. The Mackay Missile as he was called, also ended his career on a resounding note, with a 201-yard game in a win over I-A Utah State in Logan. Whitworth is the only Bengal in school history with three 200-yard games to his credit, owning three of the eight 200-yard games in school history. On the ISU career charts, he currently ranks third all-time in rushing with 2,353 yards and seventh in all-purpose yards per game at 92.9, and 10th in kickoff return average at 21.2 yards per game. Nick is married to the former Erin McGowan Idaho State University Football Media Guide 31

34 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Bruce Barnum (above right) is entering his 10th season with Idaho State as an assistant coach, and since 1952, that s the third-longest tenure of any assistant, after Tom Jewell (13 seasons) and Leo McKillops (11 seasons). Pete Adrian Gary Andersen Chris Ball Jeff Banks Bruce Barnum Raven Battle Steve Belko Chuck Bender Rob Bolks Joe Borich Leo Brouhard David Brown Scott Browning Cedric Calhoun Mark Caballero Italo Babe Caccia Atari Callen Trevor Cavanaugh Dave Christensen Rob Christophel Dan Collins Bus Connor Jeff Copp Rick Courtright Walt Criner Chris Culig Gene Dahlquist Mike Daly Hugh Davidson Tim Davis Jerry Dellinger John Ely Bill Flodin James Franklin Jeff Fries Bill Fuger Land Jacobsen Tom Jewell Don Johnson Murray Johnson Mike Jones Tom Jones Ken Garland Rod Gentry Eddie Gran John Grayson Bob Griffin Reid Gunnell Garland Hampton Jack Harvath Deryl Henderson Artie Holmes Milton Dubby Holt Torey Hunter Dick Kaiser Ev Keene Jim Koetter George Kom Bob Larson Micah Lazenby Marvin Lewis Joe Lorig Tom Lovat Andy Ludwig Idaho State University Football Media Guide Earl Lynn Tommy MacDonald Jim Martin Daryl Mason Derek Mason Scott Maynard Mick McCall Leo McKillop Brent McNeely Jason Meador Denny Moeller , 88 Pete Molino Bill Muir David Muir Mike Murphy Johnny Nansen Dave Nickel Tim Orr Joe Pascale Larry Pasquale Rick Perry Dick Pasonen Paul Peterson Tom Porras Walt Posadowski Aaron Price Mark Rhea Neal Richardson Vern Rosene Allen Salanoa Doug Sams Denny Schuler Scott Seely Mike Sheppard Al Simmons T.J. Slansky Ryan Smaha Steve Sosnowski Ed Sowash Phil Spain Mark Smith Bryant Thomas Dean Thomas Jim Thrasher Claude Tomasini Randy Tyson Keith Uperesa Willie Joe Walker James Ward Paul Wargo Kyle Whittingham Nick Whitworth David Williams Chris Zermeno Bold denotes current assistant Student Assistants not listed

35 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Roster and Player Information Numerical & Alphabetical Rosters...Page Personnel Breakdown...Page 36 The Bengals By State...Page 37 Player Biographies...Page Player Honors Under Larry Lewis...Page 52 Pronunciation Guide...Page Idaho State University Football Media Guide 33

36 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y No Name Pos Ht Wt Cl Ex Hometown (School) 1 Akilah Lacey WR Sr 3VL-RS Westminster, CA (Westminster HS) 2 D.J. Clark DB So 1VL-RS Oceanside, CA (El Camino HS) 4 Anthony Melvin DB Jr 2VL-RS Phoenix, AZ (Maryvale HS) 5 Pago Togafau LB Sr 3VL-RS Long Beach, CA (Long Beach Poly HS) 6 Eddie Thompson WR So 1VL-RS Sacramento, CA (Foothill HS) 11 Terrance Calloway DB Jr 2VL-RS Sylmar, CA (San Fernando HS) 12 Matt Gutierrez QB Sr Tr Concord, CA (University of Michigan/DeLaSalle HS) 13 Luke Butler QB Fr RS Pocatello, ID (Century HS) 14 Russel Hill QB Fr HS Boise, ID (Timberline HS) 16 Luc Martin TE So 1VL-RS Twin Falls, ID (Twin Falls HS) 20 Josh Barnett RB Jr 2VL Riverside, CA (J.W. North HS) 22 Chaz Brewer DB Sr 3VL-RS Chino Hills, CA (Ayala HS) 23 Turill Engelman RB Sr 1VL Garden Grove, CA (Golden West JC/Montana/Marina HS) 26 Sterling Mennear LB Jr 2VL Pocatello, ID (Pocatello HS) 27 Jason Wright DB So 1SQ-RS La Mesa, CA (Helix Charter HS) 28 Brett Bankus DB Jr JC Arlington, CA (San Bernardino Valley JC/Arlington HS) 29 Joe Strayhand DB Fr RS Phoenix, AZ (Moon Valley HS) 30 Clyde Logan DB Jr JC Charlotte, NC (Mt. San Jacinto JC/East Mecklenburg HS) 31 Spencer Franz DB Jr 1VL-RS Rexburg, ID (Madison HS) 32 Anthony Henderson LB Sr 3VL-RS Tucson, AZ (Salpointe Cathloic HS) 33 Amir Owens DB Fr RS Tacoma, WA (Curtis HS) 34 Atelea Raass LB Sr 3VL-RS Nampa, ID (Skyview HS) 35 Ken Cornist RB So 1VL-RS San Diego, CA (Helix Charter HS) 38 Clint Knickrehm RB Fr RS Pocatello, ID (Pocatello HS) 39 Dan Zeidman P Jr 1VL El Cajon, CA (Grossmont JC/Steele Canyon HS) 43 Jon Vanderwielen P Fr RS Upland, CA (Upland HS) 44 Kenny Helmandollar DB Fr RS Meridian, ID (Eagle HS) 45 Randall Smith LB Sr 1VL Riverside, CA (Riversida CC/Riverside Poly HS) 46 Hayden Plocher RB So 1SQ-RS Meridian, ID (Mountain View HS) 48 Jaquan Ramsey WR Fr RS Fontana, CA (A.B. Miller HS) 49 Scott Jossis DB Fr RS Boise, ID (Mountain View HS) 50 John Schwartz LB Jr 2SQ-RS Couer d Alene, ID (Lake City HS) 51 Will Yoder LB Jr 2SQ-RS Wendell, ID (Wendell HS) 53 Brian Livesay LB Fr RS Boise, ID (Meredian HS) 54 Joe Nelthorpe SN Jr 1VL-1SQ-RS Hemet, CA (West Valley HS) 55 Ryan Phipps LB So Tr Corona, CA (University of Oregon/Centennial HS) 56 Doug Hurst DL Jr 1SQ Tooele, UT (Tooele HS) 57 Peter Anderson LB Fr HS Salt Lake City, UT (Highland HS) 58 Brandon McMillan LB Jr 1SQ-RS Atascadero, CA (Allen Hancock JC/Atascadero HS) 59 Dane Edmunson LB Fr RS Fruitland, ID (New Plymouth HS) 61 T.J. Bingham DL So RS Longview, WA (Columbia River HS) 62 Bryce Metcalf OL So 1VL-RS Brigham City, UT (Box Elder HS) 63 Francisco Anguiano OL Sr 1VL La Palma, CA (Cerritos JC/John Glenn HS) 66 George Yarno OL Jr 1VL Phoenix, AZ (Nevada/Hamilton HS) 69 Donovan Brown DB Fr RS Corona, CA (Centennial HS) 72 Evan Dietrich-Smith OL So 1VL-RS Salinas, CA (Salinas HS) 73 Lance Cartwright OL Fr RS Layton, UT (Layton HS) 74 Shawn Oram OL Jr 2VL-RS Slaterville, UT (Fremont HS) 75 Chris Boblit OL Jr 1VL-1SQ-RS Yorba Linda, CA (Esperanza HS) 77 Sam Downs OL Sr 1VL Spring Valley, CA (Grossmont College/Vallhalla HS) 79 Clifton Buckway OL Sr 3VL-RS Ogden, UT (Bonneville HS) 80 Pete Richter WR Fr RS Boise, ID (Timberline HS) 81 Dane Simmons WR Sr 3VL-RS Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Etiwanda HS) 83 Hunter Rodriguez WR Sr 2VL-1SQ-RS Butte, MT (Butte Central HS) 84 Jaron Taylor WR Fr RS Lacey, WA (Timberline HS) 85 Jon Winn TE Jr 2VL-RS Pocatello, ID (Highland HS) 87 Kyle Anderson K So 1SQ-RS Hazelton, ID (Valley HS) 88 Brandon Mennear TE Sr 3VL Pocatello, ID (Pocatello HS) 89 Quincy Griffin TE Fr RS Moreno Valley, CA (Moreno Valley HS) 91 Renell Robinson, Jr. DL Sr 1VL Riverside, CA (Riverside CC/Romona HS) Idaho State University Football Media Guide

37 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l No Name Pos Ht Wt Cl Ex Hometown (School) 92 Geo Simmons DL So RS Sacramento, CA (Yuba College/McClatchy HS) 94 Anthony Smalls OL Fr RS Colton, CA (Colton HS) 96 Craig Garnette DL Fr RS Whittier, CA (Santa Fe HS) 97 Micah Cloward DL Jr JC Casper, WY (Snow JC/Kelly Walsh HS) 98 James Drake DL Sr 3VL-RS Long Beach, CA (Wilson HS) 99 Joel Janke DB Jr JC Brea, CA (Fullerton CC/Sonora HS) Viliami Akoteu DL Jr JC Oakland, CA (Laney College/Fremont HS) Cody Boek QB Fr HS Orangevale, CA (Del Campo HS) Isaiah Burel WR Fr HS Redlands, CA (Redlands East Valley HS) Cody Clark LB Fr HS Central Point, OR (Crater HS) Travis DeRaad OL Fr HS Ontario, CA (Ontario HS) Branden Jones K Jr JC Culver City, CA (El Camino JC/St. Monica Catholic HS) Taylor Kerbs DL Fr HS Burley, ID (Burley HS) Aaron Klovas OL So Tr Graham, WA (University of Oregon/Bethel HS) Kevin Nelson OL Fr HS Clinton, UT (Clearfield HS) Sean Rutten LB Fr HS Pocatello, ID (Century HS) Jacob Stewart DB Sr Tr Ypsilanti, MI (University of Michigan/Ypsilanti HS) Erik Stoll DB Fr HS Sandpoint, ID (Sandpoint HS) Jeffrey Tuua LB Fr HS Long Beach, CA (Artesia HS) Jonathan Tuua DL So JC San Luis Obispo, CA (Allen Hancock JC/Long Beach Poly HS) # Player Pos Viliama Akoteu DL 87 Kyle Anderson K 57 Peter Anderson DL 63 Francisco Anguiano OL 28 Brent Bankus DB 20 Josh Barnett RB 61 T.J.l Bingham DL 75 Chris Boblit OL 17 Cody Boek QB 22 Chaz Brewer DB 69 Donovan Brown DB 79 Clifton Buckway OL Isaiah Burel WR 13 Luke Butler QB 11 Terrance Calloway DB 73 Lance Cartwright OL Cody Clark LB 2 D.J. Clark DB 97 Micah Cloward DL 35 Ken Cornist RB Travis DeRaad OL 72 Evan Dietrich-Smith OL 77 Sam Downs OL 98 James Drake DL 59 Dane Edmundson LB 23 Turill Engleman RB 31 Spencer Franz DB 96 Craig Garnett DL 89 Quincy Griffin DL 12 Matt Gutierrez QB # Player Pos 44 Kenny Helmandollar DB 32 Anthony Henderson LB 14 Russell Hill QB 56 Doug Hurst DL 99 Joel Janke DL Branden Jones K 48 Scott Jossis DB Taylor Kerbs DL Aaron Klovas OL 38 Clint Knickrehm RB 1 Akilah Lacey WR 53 Brian Livesay LB 30 Clyde Logan DB 16 Luc Martin TE 58 Brandon McMillin LB 4 Anthony Melvin DB 88 Brandon Mennear TE 26 Sterling Mennear DB 62 Bryce Metcalf OL Kevin Nelson OL 54 Joe Nelthorpe SN 74 Shawn Oram OL 33 Amir Owens DB 55 Ryan Phipps LB 46 Hayden Plocher RB 34 Atelea Raass LB 48 Jaquan Ramsey WR 80 Pete Richter WR 91 Renell Robinson, Jr. DL 83 Hunter Rodriguez WR # Player Pos Sean Rutten LB 50 John Schwartz LB 81 Dane Simmons WR 92 Geo Simmons DL 71 Anthony Smalls OL 45 Randall Smith LB Jacob Stewart DB Erik Stoll DB 29 Joe Strayhand DB 84 Jaron Taylor WR 6 Eddie Thompson WR 5 Pago Togafau LB Jeffrey Tuua LB Jonathan Tuua DL 43 Jon Vanderwielen P 85 Jon Winn TE 27 Jason Wright DB 66 George Yarno OL 51 Will Yoder LB 39 Dan Zeidman P 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 35

38 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Letterwinners Returning (32) Offense (18) # Player Letters 1 Akilah Lacey, WR 3VL 6 Eddie Thompson, WR 1VL 16 Luc Martin, TE 1VL 20 Josh Barnett, RB 2VL 23 Turill Engelman, RB 1VL 35 Ken Cornist, RB 1VL 63 Francisco Anguiano, OL 1VL 64 Bryce Metcalf, OL 1VL 66 George Yarno, OL 1VL 72 Evan Dietrich-Smith, OL 1VL 74 Shawn Oram, OL 2VL 76 John Morales, OL 1VL 77 Sam Downs, OL 1VL 79 Clifton Buckway, OL 3VL 81 Dane Simmons, WR 3VL 83 Hunter Rodriguez, WR 2VL 85 Jon Winn, TE 2VL 88 Brandon Mennear, TE 3VL Defense (12) # Player Letters 2 D.J. Clark, DB 1VL 4 Anthony Melvin, DB 2VL 5 Pago Togafau, LB 3VL 11 Terrence Calloway, DB 2VL 22 Chaz Brewer, DB 3VL 26 Sterling Mennear, LB 2VL 31 Spencer Franz, DB 1VL 32 Anthony Henderson, LB 3VL 34 Atelea Raass, LB 3VL 45 Randall Smith, LB 1VL 55 Renell Robinson, Jr., DL 1VL 98 James Drake, DL 2VL Special Teams (2) # Player Letters 39 Dan Zeidman, P 1VL 54 Joe Nelthorpe, SN 1VL Returning Non-Lettermen (8) # Player 27 Jason Wright, DB 1SQ 46 Hayden Plocher, RB 1SQ 50 John Schwartz, LB 2SQ 51 Will Yoder, LB 2SQ 56 Doug Hurst, DL 1SQ 58 Brandon McMillin, LB 1SQ 75 Chris Boblit, OL 1SQ-1VL 87 Kyle Anderson, K 1SQ Starters Returning (16) Offense (9) # Player Letters 1 Akilah Lacey, WR 3VL 6 Eddie Thompson, WR 1VL 20 Josh Barnett, RB 2VL 63 Francisco Anguiano, OL 1VL 66 George Yarno, OL 1VL 74 Shawn Oram, OL 2VL 77 Sam Downs, OL 1VL 79 Clifton Buckway, OL 3VL 88 Brandon Mennear, TE 3VL Defense (6) # Player Letters 2 D.J. Clark, DB 1VL 4 Anthony Melvin, DB 2VL 5 Pago Togafau, LB 3VL 26 Sterling Mennear, LB 2VL 34 Atelea Raass, LB 3VL 98 James Drake, DL 2VL Special Teams (1) # Player Letters 39 Dan Zeidman, P 1VL Redshirts (19) Offense (8) # Player Last Classification 13 Luke Butler, QB HS 38 Clint Knickrehm, RB HS 48 Jaquan Ramsay, WR HS 73 Lance Cartwright, OL HS 80 Pete Richter, WR HS 84 Jaron Taylor, WR HS 89 Quincy Griffin, TE HS 94 Anthony Smalls, OL HS Defense (10) # Player 29 Joe Strayhand, DB HS 33 Amir Owens, DB HS 44 Kenny Helmandollar, DB HS 49 Scott Jossis, DB HS 53 Brian Livesay, DL HS 59 Dane Edmundson, LB HS 61 T.J. Bingham, DL HS 69 Donovan Brown, DB HS 92 Geo Simmons, DL JC 96 Craig Garnette, DL HS Special Teams (1) # Player Letters 42 Jon Vanderweilen, P HS Four-Year Transfers (4) Offense (2) # Player School 12 Matt Gutierrez, QB Michigan Aaron Klovas, OL Oregon Defense (2) # Player School 55 Ryan Phipps, LB Oregon Jacob Stewart, DB Michigan JUCO Transfers (7) Defense (6) # Player School Villami Akoteu, DL Laney 28 Brett Bankus, DB San Bernardino 97 Micah Cloward, DL Snow 99 Joel Janke, DL Fullerton 30 Clyde Logan, DB Mt. San Jacinto Jonathan Tuua, DL Allen Hancock Special Teams (1) # Player School Branden Jones, K El Camino Incoming Freshmen (11) Offense (5) # Player HS Cody Boek, QB Del Campo Isaiah Burel, WR Redlands East Travis Deraad, OL Ontario 14 Russel Hill, QB Timberline Kevin Nelson, OL Clearfield Defense (6) # Player HS 57 Peter Anderson, DL Highland Cody Clark, LB Crater Taylor Kerbs, DL Burley Sean Rutten, LB Century Erik Stoll, DB Sandpoint Jeffrey Tuua, LB Artesia Idaho State University Football Media Guide

39 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Arizona (4) Anthony Melvin...Avondale Anthony Henderson... Tuscon Joe Strayhand...Phoenix George Yarno...Phoenix California (39) Brett Bankus...Arlington Joel Janke... Brea Brandon McMillin...Atascadero Matt Gutierrez... Concord Donovan Brown... Corona Ryan Phipps... Corona Chaz Brewer...Chino Hills Anthony Smalls... Colton Branden Jones... Culver City Dan Zeidman... El Cajon Jaquan Ramsay...Fontana Turill Engleman... Golden Grove Joe Nelthorpe... Hemet Francisco Anguino...La Palma Jason Wright... La Mesa James Drake...Long Beach Pago Togafau...Long Beach Jeffrey Tuua...Long Beach Quincy Griffin... Moreno Valley Villami Akoteu... Oakland D.J. Clark...Oceanside Travis DeRaad... Ontario Cody Boek... Orangevale Dane Simmons... Rancho Cucamonga Isaiah Burel...Redlands Josh Barnett...Riverside Renell Robinson, Jr...Riverside Randall Smith...Riverside Geo Simmons... Sacramento Eddie Thompson... Sacramento Jonothan Tuua... San Luis Obispo Evan Dietrich-Smith... Salinas Ken Cornist... San Diego Sam Downs...Spring Valley Terrance Calloway...Sylmar Jon Vanderweilen... Upland Akilah Lacey... Westminister Craig Garnett...Whittier Chris Boblit...Yorba Linda Idaho (23) Russel Hill...Boise Scott Jossis...Boise Brian Livesay...Boise Pete Richter...Boise Taylor Kerbs...Burley John Schwartz... Couer d Alene Dane Edmundson...Fruitland Kyle Anderson...Hazelton Kenny Helmandollar... Meridian Hayden Plocher... Meridian Atelea Raass... Nampa Luke Butler... Pocatello Clint Knickrehm... Pocatello Brandon Mennear... Pocatello Sterling Mennear... Pocatello Sean Rutten... Pocatello Jon Winn... Pocatello Spencer Franz... Rexburg Erik Stoll...Sandpoint Luc Martin...Twin Falls Will Yoder...Wendell Michigan (1) Jacob Stewart... Ypsilanti Montana (1) Hunter Rodriguez... Butte North Carolina (1) Clyde Logan... Charlotte Oregon (1) Cody Clark... Central Point Utah (8) Bryce Metcalf... Brigham City Kevin Nelson...Clinton Lance Cartwright... Layton Clifton Buckway... Ogden Peter Anderson...Salt Lake City Shawn Oram... Slaterville Doug Hurst... Tooele Washington (4) Aaron Klovas...Graham Jaron Taylor... Lacey T.J. Bingham...Longview Amir Owens... Tacoma Washington (1) Micah Cloward... Casper 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 37

40 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Kyle Anderson Placekicker 5-8 * 175 * So * 1SQ-RS Hazelton, ID Valley HS Anderson dressed but did not see action in HS... Lettered in football, track and basketball at Valley High School... was All-Conference twice at cornerback and Honorable Mention twice as a quarterback... also earned All- Conference as a kicker... helped Valley to the state playoffs in football as a sophomore, and to the state basketball title as a sophomore... Personal... his parents are Kevin and Raylene Anderson... is majoring in theater... his birthdate is April 4, Peter Anderson Defensive Line 6-3 * 220 * Fr * HS Salt Lake City, UT Highland HS Joined the Bengals for spring practice as a grayshirt... HS... Lettered in football for one year at Highland High School after lettering three years at West Yellowstone High School in Montana... also lettered three years in basketball at West Yellowstone... helped Highland to the state semifinals and a regional championship... was an All-State selection at linebacker, as well as First Team All-Region... a member of the Honor Roll at both Highland and West Yellowstone... Personal... his parents are Blair and Maggie Anderson... will major in management... his birthdate is July 12, Francisco Anguiano Offensive Line 6-4 * 305 * Sr * 1VL La Palma, CA Cerritos JC John Glenn HS Played in eight games for the Bengals, starting two... earned his first career start against Portland State, starting at left guard... also started the season finale against Cal Poly... saw action in several big games, including Montana, Kentucky, and the season opener against Southern Utah... JC... Lettered for two seasons at Cerritos Junior College... helped the Falcons to the 2003 conference title... was a two-year starter and was named Second Team All- Mission Conference in HS... Lettered in football, wrestling, and track at John Glenn High School... as a senior he was named All-America Honorable Mention, First Team All-Region, First Team All-CIF, First Team All-Suburban League and was his team s Most Valuable Player Also played in the 605 All-Star Game, the California All-Star Game and in the Down Under Bowl Game Was his team s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman four straight seasons, while earning All-Region as a junior Was a league champion in wrestling as a freshman and sophomore, while he also set his school s bench press record Also placed second in the CIF Championships in wrestling as a freshman and fourth his sophomore year Helped the track and field team to the league title his senior year, while he won the discus championship... Personal... his parents are Francisco and Irma Anguiano... has a brother Ivan and a sister Connie... nickname is Cisco... will major in sociology... his birthdate is January 7, Brett Bankus Defensive Back 6-2 * 190 * Jr * JC Arlington, CA San Barnardino Valley JC Arlington HS Joined the team in January in time for spring practice... JC... Lettered in football at San Bernardino Valley College... was twice named Honorable Mention All-Conference... was third in the conference as a freshman with five interceptions, including four in one game, a game in which he returned two for touchdowns... was SBVC s Scholar-Athlete of the Year in HS... Lettered in football and track at Arlington High School... was both all-league and all-county in football... was the team s MVP in helped Arlington to a 10-2 record as a sophomore and the second round of the state playoffs... qualified for the league finals in the 110-hurdles and the 330-hurdles three straight years... was team MVP as a senior... Personal... his parents are Allan and Susan Bankus... will major in physical education... his birthdate is May 1, Josh Barnett Running Back 5-11 * 180 * Jr * 2VL Riverside, CA J.W. North HS Barnett led the Bengals in rushing for the second consecutive season, rushing for 793 yards on 161 carries, a 4.9 yards per carry average... was an honorable mention All-Big Sky selection... also scored four touchdowns in the season... added 88 yards on 12 receptions out of the backfield... his 793 yards rushing were the second-most by a Bengal sophomore... opened the season with 79 yards rushing and 15 more receiving in the opener against Southern Utah... had a 47-yard night against Kentucky, and then followed that up with a 91-yard effort against Montana-Western... had 88 yards rushing on just 17 carries against Eastern Washington in a win... set a career-high with 148 yards rushing, including a long of 23 at Montana State... scored his first touchdown of the season, part of a 40-yard effort against Montana... had his second 100-yard game of the seasons with 122 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown run in his home state against Sacramento State... had a touchdown in his third straight game, rushing for 51 yards at Weber State... had 123 yards on only 14 carries, including a career-long 61 yard dash against Portland State on senior night... added a season-high three catches in that game Came off his redshirt after four games and led the team in rushing with 480 yards and a pair of touchdowns... his 480 yards were the second-most by a freshman in ISU history... started six of his seven games... earned his first start against Montana State, rushing for 99 yards... had his best all-around game against Montana, rushing for 87 yards and two touchdowns, and catching four passes for 41 yards... had his only 100-yard game with a 102-yard effort against Sacramento State in a win... rushed for 89 yards against Weber State... totaled 98 yards, 48 rushing and 50 receiving on four catches at Portland State... had just 11 yards rushing against Northern Arizona before ending the year with 44 yards on only eight carries against Southern Utah... HS... Lettered in football at J.W. North High School... helped his team to the state championship in 2003 was named his league s Most Valuable Player as well as First Team All-County and First Team All-CIF as a senior earned those same distinctions as a junior, and was a Second Team All-League pick as a sophomore rushed for school records of 2,180 yards and 38 touchdowns as a senior is also J.W. North s all-time career rushing leader... Personal His parents are Greg and Terri Barnett has four brothers and sisters: Jamil, Kamil, Rajgee, and Tiana... will major in management... his birthday is August 1, Barnett s Career Rushing Stats Year No Yds Yds/Att LG TD Total Barnett s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Yds/Rec LG TD Total T.J. Bingham Defensive Line 6-2 * 225 * So * RS Longview, WA Columbia River HS Redshirted after transferring to ISU from BYU-Idaho, where he did not participate in collegiate athletics... HS... Lettered for two years in football and one in basketball at Columbia River High School... helped Columbia River to a pair of state playoff appearences... Personal... T.J. is short for Tadd Jerry... his parents are Jerry and Valerie Bingham... his birthday is July 27, is majoring in polical science Idaho State University Football Media Guide

41 Chris Boblit Offensive Line 6-4 * 280 * Jr * 1VL-1SQ-RS Yorba Linda, CA Esperanza HS Boblit did not letter last year, but saw action in three games for the Bengals, against Southern Utah, Montana- Western, and Montana Played in all 11 games last season, all in a reserve role... also served on the field goal and PAT unit as a blocker Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and track at Esperanza High School... helped his team to a Sunset League Championship, and the quarterfinals of the CIF playoffs... was an Honorable Mention All-Conference pick as a senior, where he also picked up his team s Most Improved Offensive Player Award... was named Player of the Game in a playoff game against Santa Margarita in the first round of the 2002 CIF Playoffs... recipient of the 2001 Coach s Award... Personal... his parents are Michael and Laura Boblit... will major in history education... his uncle Chris played football at Navy, and his grandfather Richard ran track at Colorado. Chaz Brewer Defensive Back 6-2 * 205 * Sr * 3VL-RS Chino Hills, CA Ayala HS Rebounded from a knee injury that forced a medical redshirt to play in 10 games for the Bengals... has now played in 35 career games, the most of any current member of the Bengals... recorded four tackles on the season, three solo... had a tackle against both Southern Utah and Kentucky... had a solo and an assisted tackle against Montana Brewer played in two games before suffering a broken leg in game two, allowing him to use the season as a medical redshirt... had six tackles in the opener against San Diego State with a pass breakup... had two tackles before breaking his leg in the opening half against Cal Poly Started all 12 games as a true sophomore... tied his then career-high with four tackles against Montana-Western in the opener, and then bettered that the next week with five against Boise State... credited with two passes b r o k e n u p against Montana-Western... h a d s e v e n tackles in the conference opener against Sacramento State... finished the year by recording at least four tackles in each of his final seven games... had four apiece against Montana State and Montana... had five against both Weber State and Portland State... recorded a five-yard tackle for a loss against Weber State...knocked down a pass against Portland State... had four tackles in each of the final three games, including four solo stops against Cal Poly Played in all 11 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Calloway played in all 11 games for the Bengals, starting two... earned starts against Montana-Western and Eastern Washington at free safety... recorded 26 tackles on the season along with three pass breakups and a fumble recovery... recorded a season-high five tackles, all solos, in the season finale against Cal Poly... had his only fumble recovery of the season in ISU s win over Sacramento State... knocked down passes against Southern Utah, Mongames as a true freshman... had 10 tackles, one for loss, and an interception during the season... became the first true freshman to return an interception for a touchdown since 1998 when he went 30 yards with a pick in his first career game, against Montana-Western... had five passes defended on the year... had a busy day against Southern Utah, with a career-high four tackles, including three solos... HS Played football for two years and track and field for three years at Ayala High School was named First Team All-League at running back, leading his team to an undefeated Sierra League Championship was named All-CIF and All-Inland Valley was also named Offensive Player of the Year, and twice he was named Impact Player of the Year was league Most Valuable Player as a senior Personal His father is Charles Brewer... is majoring in sociology his birthday is September 10, 1984 was named Sadie Hawkins King and Winter Formal Prince. Brewer s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF Int-Yds PD Total Donovan Brown Defensive Back 5-10 * 194 * Fr * RS Corona, CA Centennial HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered for three years in football and four in swimming at Centennial High School... was named First Team All-CIF and All-League... owns the Centennial record in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of team won a pair of CIF Championships (2002 and 2004)... graduated with high honors (3.7 GPA or better)... Personal... his parents are Larry Brown and Frances Dunniway... his birthday is February 21, is majoring in physical education... his grandfather Bill Ouellette played football at Norwich, and his uncle Phil Ouellette played 10 games at catcher for the San Francisco Giants in Clifton Buckway Offensive Line 6-3 * 285 * Sr * 3VL-RS Ogden, UT Bonneville HS Started 10 of 11 games for Idaho State at right guard... started the first 10 games of the season Started all 11 games for Idaho State at left guard Recovered from a torn ACL to play in the final four games for ISU as a defensive lineman... recovered a fumble against Cal Poly that set up a touchdown... recorded his only tackle on the season against Southern Utah Redshirted... HS... Buckway was a three-year letterman at Bonneville High School... was named Second Team All- Region 4... was also a Second Team-All-State selection, as he led his team to the state 4A finals... also lettered for three years in basketball and baseball... a member of the Bonneville Honor Roll for three years... Personal... His parents are Dallas and Shirlene... major is marketing... his birthdate is April 22, he and his wife Shanna have a son, Tyler (10/15/2004)... served a two-year LDS Mission to Chile. Luke Butler Quarterback 6-5 * 210 * Fr * RS Pocatello, ID Century HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football, baseball, and basketball at Century High School... was a three-year starter at quarterback for Century, leading the Diamondbacks to the 2003 state championship... served as a team captain his senior year... earned Player of the Week honors six different times in his career... was the Idaho State Journal First Team All-Area pick, and he was also their Offensive Player of the Year... threw for 928 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior and 985 yards and 14 scores as a junior... despite playing in a predominantly rushing system, he threw two touchdown passes in the final minute for a comeback win over Pocatello High School at ISU s Holt Arena in was named MVP of numerous summer camps, including the Idaho State summer football camp... helped Century to a pair of district titles in 2003 and as a two-year starter in basketball, helped Century to the 2003 state basketball title... earned academic honors all four years seasons at Century... Personal... his parents are John and Liz Butler... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is December 2, Terrence Calloway Defensive Back 5-11 * 198 * Jr * 2VL-RS Sylmar, CA San Fernando HS 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 39

42 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y tana-western and Montana State... recorded 12 tackles in the season s final three games, including four against Portland State... in that game, Calloway tackled Portland State s kickoff returner at the ISU 25 yard line with no time left to preserve the win Terrence saw action in six games as a safety and on special teams... recorded two tackles on the season, both coming in the season finale against Southern Utah Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football at San Fernando High School... averaged two touchdowns per game in being named team Most Valuable Player and All- League... Personal... his mother is Jackie Calloway... is majoring in sociology... his birthday is February 21, Calloway s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PD Total Lance Cartwright Offensive Line 6-6 * 305 * Fr * RS Layton, UT Layton HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and basketball, both for two years, at Layton High School... was named First Team All- Region and Second Team All-State both of his seasons at Layton... served as a team captain last year... earned Layton s Student-Athlete Award... Personal... his parents are Kevin and Carmon Goble and Tracy and Christine Cartwright... will major in criminal justice... his birthdate is September 29, D.J. Clark Defensive Back 6-2 * 200 * So * 1VL-RS Oceanside, CA El Camino HS Clark started all 11 games for the Bengals as a freshman at cornerback, earning Second Team All-Big Sky Conference... led the Bengals with three interceptions, and he was tied for third in the Big Sky, and he tied for tops amongst all Big Sky freshmen... was sixth on the squad in tackles with 44, and his 30 solo stops were third on the team... had two passes broken up and a forced fumble as well... had an interception and three tackles in his first career game against Southern Utah... racked up five tackles, all solos, at Kentucky... had another pick against Montana-Western... contributed f o u r t a c k l e s and a forced fumble against Eastern Washington... had six tackles a g a i n s t M o n t a n a State, and he set up a touchdown with an interception and his 17-yard return... had five tackles against Montana... registered a seasonhigh seven stops against Weber State... added six tackles in his next game vs. Portland State, and then had five tackles and two passes broken up against Northern Arizona Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and track for three years each at El Camino High School... as a senior was First Team All-North County and First Team All-Avocado League... was named Second Team All-Union Tribune and Second Team All-CIF... also was named All-San Diego Section... had three interceptions as a senior, and played on offense as well, scoring six touchdowns... was a team captain... ran the 100-meter in track at 10.8 and the 200-meter in Personal His parents are Al and Karen Clark has a brother Andre, and a sister Arlia... will major in physical education... his birthday is November 30, first name is Derrick. Clark s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PD Total Micah Cloward Defensive Line 6-1 * 265 * Jr * JC Casper, WY Snow College Kelly Walsh HS Joined the Bengals for spring practice as a junior college transfer... JC... Lettered in football at Snow College... racked up 60 tackles, seven sacks, and another six tackles for loss... helped Snow to a #8 national ranking and the championship of the Top of the Mountain Bowl... HS... Lettered in football at Kelly Walsh High School in Wyoming... was a Second Team All-State selection as a senior... was both all-league and all-county in football... was the team s MVP in was team MVP as a senior... Personal... will major in physical education... his birthdate is August 26, Ken Cornist Running Back 5-11 * 210 * So * 1VL-RS San Diego, CA Helix Charter HS Had arguably one of the greatest seasons by an ISU freshman... rushed for 783 yards, second on the team and second all-time in ISU history among freshmen... was an honorable mention All-Big Sky selection... finished seventh in the conference at 71.2 yards per game... scored 15 touchdowns for the Bengals, crushing the former freshman record of eight set in 1993 by Alfredo Anderson... his 90 points was the fourth-most for a season in school history... rushed for 88 yards and three touchdowns in his first game against Southern Utah... the three touchdowns equalled the season leading total from the previous year for rushing touchdowns... rushed for 87 yards and added another 44 in receiving yards against Kentucky... rushed for three touchdowns and a season-high 120 yards against Montana-Western... had 83 yards rushing with two touchdowns, giving him eight rushing touchdowns in the first four games, in ISU s win over Eastern Washington... the eight rushing touchdowns equalled ISU s 2004 entire season total for rushing touchdowns...rushed for 63 yards at Montana State with two more touchdowns, giving him 10 and the freshman scoring record... rushed for 58 yards on just nine carries against Montana... had 66 yards rushing, including a 26-yard burst against Sacramento State... rushed for 41 yards on 13 carries against Weber State in sloppy conditions... scored two touchdowns against Portland State, one rushing and one receiving... rushed for a season-low 40 yards, but had two more rushing touchdowns against Northern Arizona... had 95 yards on the ground at Cal Poly, including ISU s only touchdown of the game Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football for three years at Helix Charter High School, as well as track for three... helped his team to a pair of state championships in 2001 and 2002, and runner-up finish in 2003 was named Helix s team MVP and was a Second Team All-CIF pick after rushing for 1,530 yards and 11 touchdowns on 249 carries... was also a Second Team All-San Diego Union Tribune pick... also earned a First Team All-CIF selection as a wide receiver in his career as well... served as a team captain... Personal his parents are Ken and DeLance Cornist... will major in social work... his birthday is June 4, his cousin David Hinton played at Arizona and with the Philadelphia Eagles. Cornist Career Rushing Stats Year No Yds Yds/Att LG TD Total Cornist Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Yds/Rec LG TD Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide

43 Sam Downs Offensive Line 6-3 * 285 * Sr * 1VL Spring Valley, CA Grossmont College Vallhalla HS Starting and played all 11 games for the Bengals, anchoring the line at left tackle... was an honorable mention All-Big Sky selection... JC... Lettered for two seasons at Grossmont College... Was a JC Gridwire All-American in helped Grossmont to a semifinal playoff appearance in 2004 and a finals appearance in helped the Griffins to an undefeated regular season in 2004 before losing in the semifinals... anchored a line that helped Griffin runners average yards per game... Grossmont s offense averaged yards per contest... and averaged 32.6 points per game... HS... Lettered in both football and baseball at Vallhalla High School... Personal... will major in finance... his parents are George and Mayda Downs... his birthday is August 26, was born in Indiana. James Drake Defensive Line 6-3 * 290 * Sr * 3VL-RS Long Beach, CA Wilson HS Earned a fifth-season of eligibility by completing 80% of his graduation requirements prior to the fall 2006 semester Started and played all 11 games for ISU last year at defensive tackle... is the only returning starter along the defensive line, and he earned honorable mention All-Big Sky honors... finished with 25 tackles, and he was tied for third on the team in sacks (3.0) and tackles for loss (5.0)... recorded his first sack of the season, good for 10 yards, against Kentucky... had three tackles, including one for a loss against Montana-Western... had two tackles, including a sack, against Eastern Washington... had two tackles against both Montana State and Montana, including a sack against Montana... racked up a career-high seven tackles, including two solos, against Portland State... added four tackles and one for a loss against Northern Arizona Played in all 11 games for Idaho State, starting one... led the team with 4.5 sacks and 21 yards in losses... picked up a half-sack against Cal Poly... had another half-sack against Eastern Washington... had a season-high five tackles against Montana State, including 1.5 sacks... had four tackles, including two sacks for 10 yards in losses against Montana... recorded a tackle apiece against both Sacramento State and Weber State... started b e n g a l f o o t b a l l against Portland State, but didn t record a tackle... had three tackles against Northern Arizona Played in nine games for the Bengals after missing the first three with an injury... eventually earned a starting position and was named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky recorded just 10 tackles in his first five games while still recovering from injury, but had 22 in his last four games, all starts... played his first collegiate game against Sacramento State, recording two tackles... also forced a fumble that thwarted a scoring drive at the ISU 4-yard line... had one tackle against Eastern Washington, and then two each against Montana State and Montana... had three tackles vs. Weber State, earning him a start the next week... started against Portland State, recording at then career-best five tackles, including one for a loss... also broke up a pass in that game... had another five tackle game against Northern Arizona... had a career-high seven tackles, including four solo stops, also a career-high, against Cal Poly... ended the season with another five tackle game against Southern Utah... also had a tackle for a loss in that game Sat out the season as a Prop HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Wilson High School... was team captain as a junior and a senior... was named All-League and Defensive Most Valuable Player for two straight seasons... was named First Team All-CIF... led his team to the state playoffs... Personal... His parents are Allen and Geneva Drake... is majoring in sociology... his birthday is August 27, was named to the Honor Roll as a sophomore, junior, and senior. James Drake s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF Int-Yds PD Total dane edmundson Linebacker 6-0 * 200 * Fr * RS Fruitland, ID New Plymouth HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at New Plymouth High School... helped New Plymouth to the state title game in was named First Team All-Conference and was the WSC Player of the Year at linebacker... recorded 20 tackles for a loss among his 125 tackles as a senior... also player quarterback, earning 2A State Player of the Year honors, throwing for over 5,000 career yards and 48 career touchdowns... Personal... his parents are Clete and Shelley Edmunson... his father Clete was a four-year letterwinner at Idaho State at linebacker, serving as a team captain in will major in mass communications... his birthdate is July 27, Turill Engelman Running Back 5-10 * 210 * Sr * 1VL Garden Grove, CA Golden West JC/Montana Marina HS Played in all 11 games, mostly as a blocker and on special teams... was a Big Sky All-Academic selection... rushed for a season-high 41 yards against Southern Utah... added 15 yards rushing against Montana-Western... had his only reception against Eastern Washington, good for 11 yards... Engelman registered six tackles on special teams during the season... JC... Played one season at Golden West, where he led the Mission Conference in scoring, was second in carries per game, and fourth in rushing yards per game, with rushed for 882 yards on 201 carries over nine games with 11 touchdowns... averaged all-purpose yards per game, good for fourth in the league as he earned First Team All-Mission Conference honors... Montana... Redshirted in 2002 and played in five games in 2003, mostly on special teams, making two tackles... one of those tackles came against Idaho State in a doubleovertime win for the Bengals... HS... Lettered in football at Marina High School... Personal... his mother is Julie Engelman... will major in physical education... his birthdate is December 16, Engelman s Career Rushing Stats Year No Yds Yds/Att LG TD Total Engelman s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Yds/Rec LG TD Total Spencer Franz Defensive Back 5-11 * 200 * Jr * 1VL-RS Rexburg, ID Madison HS Played in eight games for the Bengals, earning his first letter... saw most of his action on special teams... recorded one tackle during the season, against Montana-Western... JC... Played for one season at Ricks College... HS... Lettered in football, track, and basketball at Madison High School... in track, Franz helped set the school record in both the 4x200 and 4x400-meter relays... helped Madison to the state playoffs in football and a state title in 2001 for boys basketball... a member of the Honor Roll at Madison... Personal His parents are Bob and Marilyn Franz has a brother Ben who played football at Ricks and at Oberlin College... majoring in biology... his birthday is December 1, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 41

44 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Craig Garnette Defensive Line 6-3 * 240 * Fr * RS Whittier, CA Santa Fe HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Santa Fe High School had 95 tackles and 19 sacks in earning First Team All-Conference honors and 2004 Defensive Lineman of the Year honors... was a Second Team All-Del Rio League pick in Personal... his parents are Craig Garnette and Linda Burton... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is December 12, Quincy Griffin Tight End 6-5 * 295 * Fr * RS Moreno Valley, CA Morena Valley HS Redshirted...HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Moreno Valley High School... was named Team Most Valuable Player as a senior... was also Second Team All-Ivy League... was his team s Rookie of the Year as well... was team Most Valuable Player and a First Team All-Ivy League pick in basketball last season... a member of the Honor Roll as a freshman and a sophomore, and he made the Principal s List for academics as a junior... was also Homecoming King... Personal... his parents are William Griffin and Monica Guice... has a sister Antionette... will major in mathematics... his birthdate is June 20, Matt Gutierrez Quarterback 6-4 * 231 * Sr * Tr Concord, CA University of Michigan DeLaSalle HS UM... lettered for three years, and redshirted one... was named the starter for the 2004 season opener against Miami (OH), but suffered a shoulder injury, and did not throw a pass that season... finished his career at Michigan 27-for-41, completing 65.9 percent of his passes, for 286 yards and a touchdown... his career quarterback rating is was 3-for-3 for 52 yards vs. Notre Dame... in 2005, he was 14-for-22 passing for 133 yards... HS... Lettered in football at DeLaSalle High School... never lost a game at DeLaSalle... he went 252-of-456 for 5,032 yards and 64 touchdowns, with just nine interceptions... his high school quarterback rating was 190.4, and it was as a senior... tossed five touchdowns in the CIF North Coast 4A championship... was ranked amongst the top 100 high school recruits by both SuperPrep Magazine and Idaho State University Football Media Guide Rivals.100.com... Personal... will major in general studies... his birthdate is June 9, Kenny Helmendollar Defensive Back 6-0 * 185 * Fr * RS Meridian, ID Eagle HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and track at Eagle High School... served as Eagle s team captain last year while earning Eagle Most Valuable Player honors... was a First Team All-Conference safety and a Second Team All-State pick... recorded 80 tackles on the season to go with a pair of interceptions, one which he returned for a touchdown... also returned a kickoff for a touchdown as well... was a Second Team All-Conference pick as a junior... helped Eagle to the state playoffs in 2003 and has tremendous speed, finishing second in the state in the 100-meter, and third in the 200-meter... has clocked a meter time... ran a leg of Eagle s 4x100 relay team which finished third in the state... was named Eagle s 2003 Outstanding Track Athlete... was presented with Eagle s High School Hall of Fame Award... Personal... his parents are Brett and Cathy... his father Brett played for Idaho State from , recording nine interceptions... has a brother John who currently plays running back at Boise State... is undecided on a major. Anthony Henderson Linebacker 6-2 * 220 * Sr * 3VL-RS Tucson, AZ Salpointe Catholic HS Henderson played in nine games for the Bengals last season, starting three... finished the year with 24 tackles, two sacks and a pass defended... started the opening two games of the season, and also the season s 10th game, against Northern Arizona... recorded his season-high of six tackles in the opener against Southern Utah... also knocked down a pass in that game... had one tackle in his next start, that against Kentucky... registered his first sack of the year against Montana-Western... had four tackles against Eastern Washington before leaving the game with an injury... missed two weeks and returned to the lineup against Sacramento State, where he recorded one tackle, but it was a big one, a sack for 14 yards... had five tackles, three solo, vs. Weber State... registered one tackle against Portland State before rejoining the starting lineup for the Northern Arizona game, where he made four solo stops Started and played in all 11 games for the Bengals at outside linebacker... was fourth on the team in tackles with 61, and his 12 tackles for loss were second on the team... led the team with three forced fumbles... recorded eight tackles in the opener against San Diego State, including a tackle for a loss... had another eight-tackle game against Cal Poly, with a tackle for a loss and a half-sack... had a big game against Eastern Washington with seven tackles, two for a loss, a half-sack, an interception, and a pass break-up... had a career-night against Montana State with 10 tackles (five solo), two passes broken up, two tackles for loss and a half-sack... followed that up with a nine-tackle (six solo) effort at Montana...had three tackles for losses of nine yards, part of a five-tackle, one-sack game against Sacramento State... had two tackles in each of his next three games before ending the season with a nine-tackle performance, including a season-best seven solo stops, against Southern Utah Stared seven games and played in 12, playing all three linebacker positions... earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors after recording 68 tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception... had four tackles in the opener against Montana-Western... recorded nine tackles against Boise State...earned starts in his next two games, recorded eight tackles against Northern Colorado, and five against Sacramento State, including a tackle for a loss... had four more tackles against Eastern Washington... recorded eight tackles vs. Montana before his career-high of 11 at Weber State... the Weber State game was the first of five straight starts to end the season for Henderson... recovered a fumble in that game... had seven tackles and an interception against Northern Arizona, which he returned 23 yards... had six tackles and one for a loss against Cal Poly, and ended the season with three tackles and one for a loss against Southern Utah Redshirted... HS Lettered for three years in football, three years in track, and two years in basketball at Salpointe Catholic High School was a First Team All-State selection as a senior, and he also was a First Team All-League, All-City, and All-Region selection as well led Salpointe with 92 tackles, 48 unassisted had 3.5 sacks and three fumble recoveries also rushed for 406 yards and four touchdowns on 68 caries as a running back as a junior was voted Salpointe s Athlete of the Year his team went 8-2 during his senior year, winning the league title as a junior his team went 10-3, earning a region championship an qualifying for the state semifinals Personal His mother is Xenia Hall will major in psychology his birthday is September 9, 1983 an honor roll member and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes Henderson s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Russel Hill Quarterback 6-1 * 195 * Fr * HS Boise, ID Timberline HS Joined the team in January and participated in spring practice as a grayshirt... HS... Lettered in football at Timberline High School... helped Timberline to a 12-7 record over the past two years, throwing for 4,817 yards and 43 touchdowns... was named First Team All-State by the Idaho Statesman and Second Team All 5A SIC...completed 57 percent of his passes as a senior, throwing for 2,073 yards and 15 touchdowns... threw for 328 yards and three touchdowns against Twin Falls

45 ... was the A SIC Offensive Player of the Year and a First Team All-5A SIC pick as a junior after throwing for 2,744 yards and 28 touchdowns in leading Timberline to their firstever playoff appearance... broke the 400-yard mark three times, including a 468-yard effort with five touchdowns on only 21 completions against Borah in the opener... added a 453-yard six touchdown effort against Lewiston on 17 completions... threw for 435 yards and four touchdowns against Capital... Personal... his parents are Daryl and Julie Hill... his grandfather attended Norm attended Idaho State from and his father Daryl also attended ISU as well... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is May 3, Doug Hurst Defensive Line 6-5 * 240 *Jr *1SQ Tooele, UT Tooele HS Played in portions of six games for the Bengals, but did not letter... recorded two tackles on the year, one each against Portland State and Northern Arizona... HS... Lettered in football, wrestling, and soccer at Tooele High School... was a second team All-State selection as a senior and honorable mention as a junior... was First Team All-Region last year as well...served as team captain... Personal... his parents are George and Jolene Hurst... his birthday is July 8, will major in physical education. Hurst s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PD Total Joel Janke Defensive Line 6-5 * 240 * Jr * JC Brea, CA Fullerton CC Sonora HS Joined the team in January and partipicated in spring practice... JC... Lettered in football for two seasons at Fullerton Community College... was named All-State after his sophomore year... was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection... Totalled 24 career sacks, and he helped Fullerton to the Golden Empire Bowl title in also returned a fumble 36 yards for a touchdown as a sophomore... a member of the Dean s List... HS... He lettered in football at Sonora High School... was a named All-Conference and All-Region and was Sonora s Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Personal... his cousin Jan Jorgensen plays at Brigham Young... will major in chemistry... his birthdate is June 5, Scott Jossis Defensive Back 5-10 * 165 * Fr * RS Boise, ID Mountain View HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football for three years as a starter, four in track, and two in basketball at Mountain View High School... as a senior he was named Conference and State Defensive Player of the Year... was also First Team b e n g a l f o o t b a l l All-Conference and First Team All-State... had 78 tackles and two interceptions as a senior... also returned a kickoff for a touchdown... was named First Team All-Area and First Team All-Conference as a junior after recording 116 tackles and a pair of interceptions... returned a punt for a touchdown... helped Mountain View to a pair of state playoff appearances... ran a 10.8 in the 100-meters in high school... finished third in the state in the 100, right behind Bengal teammate Kenny Helmandollar... Personal... his parents are Mike and Toby Jossis... his brother Brett plays at Montana State... will major in engineering... his birthdate is August 19, Clint Knickrehm Running Back 6-0 * 220 * Fr * RS Pocatello, ID Pocatello HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and baseball, both for two years, at Pocatello High School... had a breakout senior year, rushing for 1,568 yards, and all told, he amassed 2,396 all-purpose yards with an amazing 32 touchdowns, leading Pocatello back to state prominence and a slot in the state title game... was the 2004 All-State Player of the Year pick... was named First Team All-State, First Team All-Area, and First Team All-Conference... in 2003 he was First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Area at running back after rushing for 570 yards and eight touchdowns... also recorded six interceptions at corner back, returning two of those for touchdowns... was First Team All-Conference in 2003 as an outfielder in baseball... Personal... his parents are Bill and Roxanne Knickrehm... will major in sports medicine... his birthdate is January 15, Akilah Lacey Wide Receivers 6-3 * 202 * Sr * 3VL-RS Westminster, CA Westminster HS Enters the season ranked tied for sixth at ISU in career touchdown catches, ninth in receiving yards, and 12th in receptions... can become just the third player in ISU history with four 20-catch seasons Battled with an injury for much of the season, but still ended up with 22 catches for 303 yards and a pair of touchdowns... played in all 11 games, starting nine... caught a season-high five passes for 43 yards and an acrobatic stretching touchdown... had one catch against Kentucky for nine yards, and nearly completed a touchdown pass... had three catches for 57 yards in the first half against Montana-Western before suffering an injury that would hamper him the rest of the season... caught three more passes against Eastern Washington... did not record a catch against Montana State, ending his consecutive games with a catch streak at tied his season-high with five catches against Montana... after getting shutout against Sacramento State, caught four passes for a season-high 85 yards against Weber State... had a 63-yard touchdown catch in that contest, his career-long for a reception... caught one pass against Portland State and two against Northern Arizona Had an unbelievable sophomore campaign with 56 catches for 803 yards and seven touchdowns... Lacey s 56 catches and 803 yards were both the second-most by a Bengal sophomore in school history... had five catches for 79 yards against I-A San Diego State... had his second career 100-yard game with 117 yards on eight catches with a touch- down against Cal Poly... caught nine-passes for 92 yards against Northern Colorado... scored the tying touchdown in the final minute, and then caught the winning touchdown in the second overtime... had nine more catches for 87 yards and a touchdown at Eastern Washington... caught a 58-yard touchdown against Montana State, part of a three-catch, 80-yard day... had a career-effort against Montana, with a career-high 10 receptions for a career-high 177 yards... had a 65-yard, six-catch day with a score against Sacramento State... caught two balls for 46 yards against Weber State... had just one catch against both Portland State and Northern Arizona... finished the year with two catches for 46 yards against Southern Utah, including a 34-yard touchdown Lacey turned in a solid freshman campaign, coming on strong in the second half of the season... caught 21 passes for 376 yards and five touchdowns over the final six games after opening the season with nine catches for 131 yards and one score in the opening six games... had five catches in his first game for 43 yards against Montana-Western... had just one catch for seven yards over his next three games, that coming against Northern Colorado... had three catches for 80 yards and a touchdown against Eastern Washington... had arguably ISU s most important catch of the season, hauling in a fingertip catch for 36 yards on third-and-10 that set the stage for ISU s comeback from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit over the final 5:01... had a breakout game with then-career-highs in catches (seven) and yards (107) against Montana... caught just one pass, but it went for a 37-yard score against Weber State... had a three-catch, 63- yard day with another touchdown against Portland State... caught three more passes for 66 yards, plus a touchdown for the third straight game against Northern Arizona... had four catches for 67 yards against Cal Poly, none bigger than his 40-yard over-the-shoulder grab with 13 seconds left in the half... ended the season with a touchdown in his fifth straight game as he caught three passes for 37 yards, putting him in fifth place among ISU f r e s h m a n w i t h 3 0 catches... his 11-yard second quarter catch broke the ISU freshman record for receiving yards in a season, and his 15- yard touchdown ran his final season total to Redshirted.. HS Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Westminster High School was named Offensive Player of the Year after averaging 22.3 yards per catch racked up 1,090 yards receiving during his senior year, earning All-CIF Division 6 honors helped his team to a Goldenwest League championship, scoring 12 touchdowns Personal His parents are Clifford and Brenda Lacey major is mass communication his birthday is September 8, 1984 his uncle Billy Tidwell was a running back at the University of California. Lacey s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Yds/Rec LG TD Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide 43

46 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Brian Livesay Linebacker 6-4 * 225 * Fr * RS Boise, ID Meridian HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Meridian High School... was named First Team All-State at defensive end as a senior...played in the state all-star game in Boise in was an honorable mention All-State pick as a junior... set a school weightlifting record with a 292 power clean in the 215 pound weight class... helped Meridian finish third in the state in football... Personal... will major in engineering... his birthday is April 6, his parents are Joseph and Marie Livesay. CLyde Logan Defensive Back 6-4 * 200 * Jr * JC Charlotte, NC Mt. San Jacinto JC East Mecklenburg HS Enrolled in January and participated in spring practice... JC... Lettered in football for two seasons at Mt. San Jacinto Junior College... was named First Team All-Conference last season... helped MSJC to an 8-2 record and a berth in the U.S. Beach Bowl... also on the honor roll at Mt. San Jacinto... HS... He lettered in football, basketball, and track at East Mecklenburg High School... was a Second Team All-State pick and team defensive MVP in he was also a First Team All-State selection in track, and he owns East Mecklenburg s triple jump record... was First Team All-Conference in basketball as a senior... Personal... will major in sociology... his birthdate is December 21, Luc Martin Tight End 6-4 * 220 * So * 1VL-RS Twin Falls, ID Twin Falls HS Lettered after playing in the final five games for the Bengals, mostly on special teams... did not play in the first six games after switching from quarterback to tight end... did not record a reception or a tackle Redshirted the season as a quarterback... HS... lettered in football and basketball at Twin Falls High School... was named his team s Player of the Year, leading Twin Falls to the East Conference title was a Second Team All-State pick and a First Team All-Conference pick as a senior named Second Team All- Conference and Honorable Mention All-Area as a junior... Personal His parents are Joe and Bev Martin has four brothers: Matt, Josh, Sam, and Joey...will major in marketing... his birthday is June 10, 1985 two of his brothers, Josh and Sam, played for Eastern Washington an honor roll member in high school with a 3.3 grade point average. Brandon McMillin Linebacker 6-1 * 230 * Jr * 1SQ-RS Atascadero, CA Allen Hancock JC Atascadero HS Played in two games for ISU, but did not letter... saw action against both Southern Utah and Montana-Western Redshirted... JC... Lettered in football for one year at Allen Hancock Junior College... HS... Lettered for three years in football and two in track at Atascadero High School... was a three-time All-CIF pick and a two-time MVP, helping Atascadero to a pair of CIF playoff appearances... Personal... His parents are Terry and Sheila McMillan... has a sister Sarah... majoring in physical education... his birthdate is April 6, Anthony Melvin Defensive Back 6-0 * 180 * Jr * 2VL-RS Phoenix, AZ Maryvale HS Played in all 11 games for the Bengals, starting 10 on the way to earning Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors... recorded 37 tackles on the season along with two interceptions, two tackles for loss, three pass breakups, and a fumble recovery... had four tackles in his first career start in the opener against Southern Utah... also had a tackle for loss in that game... had one tackle in each of his next three games... recorded an interception against Montana-Western... recorded a careerhigh eight tackles against Montana State... had four solo tackles and a pass deflection against Montana... had two tackles, an interception, and a fumble recovery against Sacramento State... his fumble recovery thwarted a Sacramento State comeback, and he returned it 53 yards for his first career touchdown... had four tackles against both Weber State and Portland State... added two tackles, including one for a loss, at Northern Arizona... finished the season with four tackles against Cal Poly Played in 11 games during his freshman year mostly as a back-up corner, nickle-back, and special teamer... recorded 18 tackles, 15 of those solo, and an interception... had his only pick on the final play of regulation against Northern Colorado, sending the contest to overtime, where ISU eventually won in double-overtime had a career-best five tackles against Sacramento State... had three tackles in each of his first two games, against San Diego State and Cal Poly... recorded two tackles against both Weber State and Montana State Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and track at Maryvale High School... was named Second Team All-State as a receiver and Honorable Mention All-State as a defensive back... was also All-Valley, and was named All-Informant Defense Team as an All-Purpose player... was named First Team All-Region as both a defensive back and as a punt returner... was the Arizona state champion in the 300-meter hurdles... was state runner-up in the 110-meter hurdles as well, also as a senior... was First Team All-State in the 300-hurdles, and was Second Team All-State in the 110-hurdles... Personal his father is Anthony W. Melvin, Sr.... is majoring in mass communications... his birthday is June 18, Melvin s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Brandon Mennear Tight End 6-6 * 260 * Sr * 3VL Pocatello, ID Pocatello HS Mennear played in all 11 games for the Bengals, starting seven... he has played in all 34 games over his career, and he owns the most career games played of any current Bengal on the offensive side of the ball entering the season... caught seven passes for 63 yards on the season, with a touchdown... all seven of h i s c a t c h e s came at home... caught a career-high three passes against Montana-Western, including a 15-yard touchdown catch, his first career score... had one catch for nine yards against Eastern Washington... had a single reception against Montana... caught two passes against Portland State Mennear started 10 games and played in all 11 for the Bengals... caught 11 passes for 125 yards without a score... caught two passes in the opening game against San Diego State for 28 yards... also caught two passes for 11 yards against Northern Colorado.. added two more against Eastern Washington for 35 yards... also had single catches five straight games, covering Montana State, Montana, Sacramento State, Weber State, and Portland State Played in all 12 games, catching one pass on the year... used the year as a learning experience playing behind three senior tight ends... played on most special teams... caught his only pass in the opener against Montana-Western... recorded five special teams tackles... HS lettered for three years at Pocatello High School under coach Gino Mariani was a First-Team All-Area, All-Region, and All-State selection for the Indians was Pocatello s leading receiver in helping the Indians to a berth in the state semifinals... caught 83 passes for 920 yards and 10 touchdowns... averaged 11 yards per catch also lettered in basketball, helping Pocatello to the 1999 state championship a member of the National Honor Society... his GPA was 3.9 Personal is the son of Chuck and Julie Mennear is majoring is zoology his birthday is December 20, he served a two-year LDS Mission to Honduras... married to the former Becky Tingey. Brandon Mennear s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Avg/Rec LG TD Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide

47 Sterling Mennear Linebacker 6-1 * 208 * Jr * 2VL Pocatello, ID Pocatello HS b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Joe Nelthorpe Snapper 6-4 * 210 * Jr * 1VL-1SQ-RS Hemet, CA West Valley HS Amir Owens Defensive Back 5-10 * 175 * Fr * RS Tacoma, WA Curtis HS Played in nine games for the Bengals, starting six before missing the final two games with an injury... finished the season with 31 tackles, and he was a special teams stalwart with two touchdowns and a blocked kick... in his first game in four years due to an LDS Mission, Mennear recorded two tackles against Southern Utah... had no tackles against Kentucky, but gave ISU a lead with 5:16 left when he recovered a blocked punt and raced 26 yards for a goahead touchdown... earned his first career start against Montana- Western at linebacker, recording three tackles... had five tackles against Eastern Washington... had a career day with 12 tackles, a career-high against Montana State... also had a tackle for a loss, and he blocked a 41-yard field goal attempt in that game... had one tackle against Montana, and three each against both Weber State and Sacramento State... scored his second touchdown of the season against Portland State when he recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a score... was injured later in that game after recording two tackles, ending his season Played in 10 games for the Bengals as a true freshman, almost exclusively on special teams... recorded nine tackles, five solos on the season... Personal is the son of Chuck and Julie Mennear... is majoring in pre-architecture... his birthdate is June 24, Sterling served a two-year LDS Mission to North Carolina. Sterling Mennear s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Bryce Metcalf Offensive Line 6-2 * 250 * So * 1VL-RS Brigham City, UT Box Elder HS Lettered last season as a tight end, playing in all 11 games including plenty of special teams play... had his only career reception in the season opener against Southern Utah Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and soccer at Box Elder High School... was named Most Inspirational and First Team All-Region in football in also named All-State is soccer in Personal... His parents are Robert and Lori Metcalf... has two sisters, Brooke and Ashley... his birthdate is October 2, is majoring in biology Earned his first varsity letter after snapping on punts in all 11 games... Joe also snapped for field goals and extra points at times throughout the season Played in five games for ISU as a long-snapper on punts redshirted... HS... Three-year letterwinner at West Valley High School... selected as the long snapper for a high school all-star game in Palm Springs after his senior year... also a three-year letterwinner for WVHS s baseball squad... Personal... Parents are Mark and Cynthia Nelthorpe... Has three siblings, Jacque, Jared and Jessica... his father played baseball at Kansas State... his sister, Jessica, plays volleyball at Cal State San Bernardino... his brother Jared was the long snapper at Southern Utah... is majoring in political science... his birthdate is September 29, Shawn Oram Offensive Line 6-5 * 285 * Jr * 2VL-RS Slaterville, UT Fremont HS Shifted to right tackle in 2005, and played and started all 11 games at that position... ended the season with a streak of 22 consecutive starts Started all 11 games for the Bengals at left guard Redshirted... HS... lettered in football, wrestling, and track at Fremont High School... was a team captain in leading Fremont to the state quarterfinals... was named All-State as a senior... was a three-time Washington State Camp Most Valuable Player... was an All-Area Honorable Mention selection in helped Fremont to the state semifinals in placed fourth in Utah in wrestling in 2000, and finished in first place in Personal his parents are Joseph and Julie Oram is majoring in physical education... related to Mike Brown, who played baseball at Oregon... a member of the National Honors Society... was a Student Body Officer... married his wife Ashley in the summer of earned Academic Award Honors and Citizenship Award Honors as well Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Curtis High School... was team captain as a junior and senior in football... was named First Team All-League as a junior and a senior... finished fourth in the state in the 110-high hurdles... helped Curtis to the state quarterfinals... was named an All-American Scholar-Athlete as a freshman... Personal... will major in business... his birthday is October 17, his parents are Amir Abdul Matin and Jeanette Robison Al. Ryan Phipps Linebacker 5-11 * 210 * So * Tr Corona, CA University of Oregon Centennial HS Joined the team in January as a transfer and participated in spring practice... UO... Lettered in football in 2004 and redshirted in played in five games as a true freshman, picking up five tackles... had two tackles in the Civil War game vs. Oregon State... was one of Oregon s leaders on special teams as a true freshman... HS... He lettered in football at Centennial High School... was a PrepStar All-American and was rated among the top 50 prep prospects in Oregon, and a top 10 linebacker...was twice named All-Mountain View League and All-Inland Empire... helped Centennial to the CIF Division V championship as a junior with 170 tackles, four fumbles and two interceptions... Personal... his parents are Dave and Tracy Phipps... has two sisters... his birthdate is April 10, will major in physical education. Hayden Plocher Running Back 5-8 * 180 * So * 1SQ-RS Meridian, ID Mountain View HS Plocher played in four games for the Bengals, and did not letter... carried one time, rushing for three yards against Montana-Western... recorded three tackles on special teams... HS... Lettered in football, track, basketball, and wrestling at Mountain View High School... played both running back and kicker... a four-year All-League pick and twice Hayden earned All-State... was a three-time team MVP... was twice a United Dairymen of Idaho Athlete of the Week... had nine consecutive 100-yard rushing games in rushed for a career total of 4,893 yards and had 6,082 all-purpose yards... had a career-high of 295 yards against Caldwell with five touchdowns in 2001 scored 47 career touchdowns... was a member of the National Honor Roll and the National Honor Society... Personal... His parents are Rhett and Laura Plocher... majoring in phyiscal education... his birthday is August 13, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 45

48 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Atelea Raass Linebacker 5-11 * 220 * Sr * 3VL-RS Nampa, ID Skyview HS Jaquwan Ramsey Wide Receiver 5-9 * 170 * Fr * RS Boise, ID Timberline HS have two children, Caden and Lane... will major in physical education... his birthdate is February 16, Robinson s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Raass started and played in all 11 games for the Bengals at outside linebacker, earning honorable mention All-Big Sky honors... finished third on the team with 61 tackles... his 10.0 tackles for loss was second on the team, and he tied for third with 3.0 sacks... made his first career start in the opener against Southern Utah, recording four tackles, one for a loss, and he picked off his first career pass, returning it 36 yards... had eight tackles, including six solo stops, against I-A Kentucky, along with another tackle for a loss... ran his streak of games with a tackle for loss to three, as he recorded his first career sack, and two tackles for loss against Montana-Western... had six tackles, a sack, and three for a loss along with a pass breakup against Eastern Washington... recorded six more stops against Montana State... had a tackle for loss against both Montana and Sacramento State... recorded eight tackles at Weber State, and followed that up with seven against Portland State... had three tackles, and his third sack of the season against Northern Arizona... equalled his career-high with nine tackles in the finale against Cal Poly Raass played in 10 games for the Bengals at linebacker... he recorded 28 tackles for the season, including a forced fumble and a pass breakup... had his only tackle for a loss in the opener against San Diego State... had a six-tackle effort against Cal Poly, along with a forced fumble... had his best game against Northern Arizona, recording a career-high nine tackles... recorded a pass breakup against Montana State Played in five games for Idaho State, recording four tackles on the season... had his then-career-high of three tackles in the opener against Montana-Western... had his only other tackle against Sacramento State Redshirted... HS Lettered for three years in football and track at Skyview High School was named First Team All-State as a senior, and was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection was named Defensive Player of the Year a two-year team captain helped his team to three state playoff appearances Personal His parents are Soane and Losaline Raass major is sociology his birthday is January 3, 1984 his uncle Stan went to BYU and was drafted by the Oakland Raiders. Raass s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Redshirted... HS... Lettered for four years in football at A.B. Miller High School... was named All-League in 2004 as a defensive back and in 2003 as a running back... was also the 2004 league Defensive Player of the Year... was named a Scholar-Athlete all four years of high school... Personal... is undecided on a major... his birthday is May 20, his mother is Angela Gadsden... is a relative of former Washington State football player Tyson Brackenridge. Pete Richter Wide Receiver 5-9 * 170 * Fr * RS Boise, ID Timberline HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football for three years at Timberline High School... was named the A State of Idaho Offensive Player of the Year by the Idaho Statesman and First Team 5A All-State... was also the 2004 SIC Offensive Player of the Year after switching positions to running back, where he rushed for 683 yards on just 94 attempts with 10 touchdowns... also caught 34 balls out of the backfield for 492 yards and four scores... totaled 1,175 yards of offense... spent his junior and sophomore seasons as a wide receiver... was named First Team All-State and All-SIC after catching a career-best 44 passes for 1,148 yards and 17 touchdowns... averaged 26.0 yards per catch... was also a First-Team 4A All-State pick by the Idaho Statesman and a First Team All-SIC receiver as a sophomore after catching 35 passes for 458 yards and 11 touchdowns... scored 49 touchdowns in his high school career, including seven on kickoff and punt returns... also lettered in baseball at Timberline... Personal... his father in Gary Timberline... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is July 8, Renell Robinson, Jr. Defensive Line 6-1 * 245 * Sr * 1VL Riverside, CA Riverside CC Romona HS Played in all 11 games for the Bengals along the defensive line... registered 19 tackles on the season with two for a loss and a sack... recorded his only sack of the season against Eastern Washington as part of a three tackle game... set his career-high with three tackles in that game, and then in each of the next three games, against Montana State, Montana, and Sacramento State... had his only other tackle for a loss against Montana State... JC... Lettered for two seasons at Riverside Community College... was named First Team All-Mission Conference as a defensive end in recorded 83 tackles, 7 1/2 sacks, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble... scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery... HS... Lettered in football at Ramona High School... Personal... his parents are Brenell Lancaster and Renell Robinson... has a brother Semaj Robert Robinson and a sister Estella Cherita Lancaster... he and his wife Meggin Hunter Rodriguez Wide Receiver 6-1 * 198 * Sr * 2VL-1SQ-RS Butte, MT Butte Central HS Is Idaho State s 2006 recipient of the Marcus Jackson award, voted on in the spring by his teammates Played in nine games for the Bengals, lettering as a wide receiver... made just one catch, hauling in his first career reception, a 10-yard reception a g a i n s t M o n t a n a - Western Earned his first varsity letter, playing in eight games on special teams and at receiver... did not record a catch on the season Did not see action in Redshirted... HS Lettered in football and track for four years at Butte Central, and basketball for one year... was a First Team All-State selection as a senior, as well as Southwestern Conference Offensive MVP... was First Team All-Conference as quarterback and Second Team All-Conference at free safety... set Butte Central records for passing yards in a game (287), all-purpose yards, and pass attempts in a game... through and ran for over 2,000 yards combined as a senior with 27 touchdowns, 17 passing and 10 rushing... led Butte Central to the state semifinals... was an Academic All-State pick, and Homecoming King Personal His parents are Victor and Lona Rodriguez... is majoring in sociology his birthday is June 6, 1983 was an Academic All-State pick, and Homecoming King... is related to Wyoming football player Cody Kelly. Rodriguez s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Avg/Rec LG TD Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide

49 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l John Schwartz Linebacker 6-0 * 215 * Jr * 2SQ-RS Couer d Alene, ID Lake City HS Did not letter for the Bengals Did not letter for the Bengals Redshirted... HS... A two-sport athlete at Lake City High School, lettering in both football and baseball... was named All-League Offensive Lineman... helped LCHS to a second place finish in the Class 4A State Playoffs in 2001 and the Class 4A state championship in Personal... Parents are Michael and Virginia Schwartz... has one brother, Michael... his father, Michael played football at Boise State University, his cousin Gene played at Washington State and for the Denver Broncos and his cousin Shane Bushard played at Whitworth College... is majoring in sociology... his birthdate is October 18, Dane Simmons Wide Receiver 6-3 * 205 * Sr * 3VL-RS Rancho Cucamonga, CA Etiwanda HS Simmons played in all 11 games last season, starting the first seven games... ended up with 16 catches, and his 17.5 yards per catch led the Bengals last season... was fifth on the team with 280 yards... caught two passes against the University of Kentucky, including a 63-yard bomb in the first quarter... the 63-yarder was a career-long for him... had one catch for 18 yards against Montana-Western... caught his only touchdown of the season, a 34-yarder against Eastern Washington, part of a two-catch night... had two more catches against Montana State... had a career-high four catches against Montana... had just one catch in his next three games, but had a career night against Northern Arizona with four catches for 85 yards, including a 56-yard reception Simmons had a solid sophomore campaign, playing in all 11 games with a start... caught 20 passes for 267 yards and two touchdowns... had an amazing t o u c h d o w n against San Diego State, catching a screen and shaking four defenders for a 15-yard score... that was one of his four catches in that game... set a career-high with five catches for 49 yards against Portland State... after catching just seven balls over the first six games, Simmons caught 13 over the final five... had two catches against Sacramento State and Weber State... also had a pair of catches against both Northern Arizona and Southern Utah... caught a season-long 54-yard pass for a score against Southern Utah as well Played in 10 games as a backup receiver, catching two passes for 21 yards... caught his first pass, a three-yarder, against Northern Colorado... had his second catch against Eastern Washington, good for 18 yards Redshirted... HS Lettered for three years in football at Etiwanda High School was a First Team All-League selection, and was named Second Team Inland Valley caught 35 passes as a senior for 535 yards with six touchdowns was voted his team s most outstanding receiver was a CIF Scholar Athlete also lettered in track Personal His parents are Dane, Sr., and Luwanna Simmons will major in mass communications his birthday is March 27, 1984 won the Long Drugs Scholar Award. Simmons s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Avg/Rec LG TD Total Geo Simmons Defensive Line * 276 * Jr * RS Sacramento, CA Yuba College McClatchy HS Redshirted... JC... Played for one season at Yuba College, lettering in football, wrestling, and track... also played for one season at Sacramento City College... helped Sacramento City College to a 2003 North Region Championship... also led Sacramento City to a Bay Valley Conference wrestling championship... at Yuba College, he qualified for the 3.5 GPA Honor Roll... HS... Lettered in football, wrestling, and track at McClatchy High School... was named First Team All-Metro in football as a senior... was also the team MVP at McClatchy in track and wrestling... Personal... is majoring in sports management... his birthday is July 5, his parents are Chester Simmons and Joyce Schamburg... his cousin Wayne Nunnelly is the defensive line coach for the San Diego Chargers... full name is Geoffrey. Anthony Smalls Offensive Line 6-4 * 265 * So * 1SQ-RS Colton, CA Colton HS Spent spring ball making the transition from defensive line to offensive line Saw action in six games as a defensive lineman, but did not record a tackle Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Colton High School... was named All-San Andreas League as a senior, as well as Most Improved Player...was a member of the All-San Bernardino County All-Star Team... his team went undefeated in the San Andreas League, and were ranked second in the state... his team made it to the quarterfinals... Personal His mother is Terry Webster... has eight brothers and sisters... is undecided on a major... his birthday is June 14, first name is actually William. Evan Dietrich-Smith Offensive Line 6-4 * 265 * So * 1VL-RS Salinas, CA Salinas HS Started and played in 10 games at left guard... the only game he missed was the Portland State game Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and basketball for four years apiece at Salinas High School was his teams captain and earned the Golden Helmet award during his senior year as team MVP was a First Team All-Tri-County pick as both an offensive and a defensive lineman in 2003 was named Monterey Herald All-County and Salinas Californian All-County as well as a Cal Hi Sports Preseason Honor Squad member Salinas went undefeated in league play in 2003, and they were section semifinalists his junior year was also a First Team All-Conference offensive lineman as a junior in basketball he led his team to a league championship as a senior, and to the NorCal State semifinals was a Second Team All-League pick in basketball as a senior... Personal His parents are Albert and Laura Smith has a brother, Alex Smith, who is a Specialist, Team Leader, U.S. Army, 10 th Mtn. Division... will major in physical education... his birthday is July 19, 1986 was named a scholar-athlete every quarter of high school with a grade point average of 3.00 or better. Randall Smith Linebacker 5-11 * 235 * Sr * 1VL Riverside, CA Riverside CC Riverside Poly HS Played in eight games for the Bengals as a reserve linebacker... missed three games with an injury... ended the season with nine tackles... registered two tackles against Southern Utah... had a career night against Montana with six tackles... also had a tackle vs. Sacramento State... JC... Played for two seasons at Riverside Community College... was named First Team All-Mission Conference in 2004 after finished third on his team in tackles with also recorded five big hits... HS... Lettered in both football and basketball at Riverside Poly High School... as a senior, he was named first team All-Ivy League at linebacker... recorded 99 tackles as a senior, second on the team... was an honorable mention all-league pick as a junior... Personal... his mother is Helen Steen... his birthday is January 19, will major n physical education. Randall Smith s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide 47

50 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Joe Strayhand Defensive Back 5-10 * 193 * Fr * RS Phoenix, AZ Moon Valley HS Redshirted at running back... HS... Lettered in football for three years and track for four at Moon Valley High School rushed for over 2,000 yards in being named First Team All-Region and First Team All-State... was voted Best Running Back in Arizona and he was also a Best in the West selection... served as a team captain... helped his team to the state semifinals... Personal His parents are Tony and Yolanda Strayhand has two brothers Julius and Jason... will major in management... his birthday is February 12, 1986 his brother Jason plays for Northern Arizona. Jaron Taylor Wide Receiver 5-11 * 175 * Fr * HS Lacey, WA Timberline HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and track at Timberline High School... set a school record for receptions in earning First Team All-Conference honors... caught 53 passes for 770 yards... totaled 1,001 all-purpose yards and eight touchdowns as a senior... was named First Team All-Area by The Olympian and the News-Tribune... was a Second Team All-State selection... named Timberline s Most Inspirational Player had 20 catches for 350 yards and three touchdowns as a junior... a member of the Honor Roll and he was also named Marketing Student of the Year... Personal... his parents are Willie and Doris Taylor... his cousin is Fred Taylor, star running back of the Jacksonville Jaguars... will major in business... his birthdate is March 17, was born in Augsburg, Germany. Eddie THompson Wide Receiver 5-10 * 185 * Fr * 1VL-RS Sacramento, CA Foothill HS Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors, and ISU Offensive MVP accolades after catching a team-high 39 passes for a team-high 428 yards... also spent time at quarterback, and averaged 12.8 yards on punt returns... rushed for 101 yards on the season as well... played in nine games, starting the final four... caught two passes for 36 yards i n his collegiate debut vs. Southern Utah... torched the University of Kentucky for seven catches and 69 yards... missed the next two games with an injury, and then bounced back with three catches for 46 yards against Montana State, including his first collegiate touchdown... had career-highs of seven receptions and 93 yards against Montana... played receiver and quarterback against Sacramento State, catching three passes for 41 yards, and rushing four times for 23 yards... had four catches for 42 yards, and two rushes for 33 yards, including a season-long 31-yard burst against Portland State... established a new career-high with eight catches vs. Northern Arizona... had 22 yards receiving and 26 rushing against Cal Poly Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Foothill High School was named First Team All-League and Second Team All-City after grabbing 16 catches for 305 yards, and rushing 43 times for 386 yards... was named Defensive MVP after picking off five passes as a senior... was a key player in Foothill s 2003 state basketball title, earning Sportsmanship Award for the state tournament... earned his team s Sportsmanship Award... a four-year Honor Roll member... Personal his parents are Rick and Kim Thompson will major in physical education... his birthday is February 1, Thompson s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Yds/Rec LG TD Total Thompson s Career Rushing Stats Year No Yds Yds/Att LG TD Total Pago Togafau Linebacker 5-10 * 210 * Sr * 3VL-RS Long Beach, CA Long Beach Poly HS Was named the Preseason Defensive Player of the Year by Lindy s 2006 College Football Preview Magazine Led the Bengals in tackles for the second straight year, again with over 100 tackles... was named First Team All-Big Sky Conference, and he was ISU s Team Most Valuable Player... finished the season second in the conference with 103 tackles, including 4.5 for loss, an interception, a forced fumble, and three pass breakups... had a quiet beginning to the season, with just six tackles over the first two games... had a seven-tackle night against Montana-Western... started a streak of six straight double-digit tackle games with a 13-tackle night against Eastern Washington... also knocked down two passes, forced a fumble, and clinched the game with an interception in the final minutes, earning National Defensive Player of the Week honors from The SportsNetwork... had 11 tackles, five solo, and a tackle for a loss against Montana State... added 10 tackles against Montana... had seven solos and 11 overall tackles vs. Sacramento State... had a season-high 17 tackles against Weber State... added 13 more the next week against Portland State... his streak of double-digit tackle games ended at six when he had four against Northern Arizona, to go with a pass deflection... finished the season wtih 14 tackles and another pass breakup against Cal Poly Was named ISU s team MVP after leading the squad with 122 tackles, tying for the third-most by a sophomore in ISU history... also recovered a team-best three fumbles... recorded double-figure tackles in six games, and nine tackles in all but two games... had an 11 tackle games against San Diego State, and followed that up with nine against Cal Poly... had 11 more against Northern Colorado, including a pass breakup... had a monster game against Eastern Washington with 20 tackles... proved it wasn t a fluke with 13 tackles against Montana State the next week, with a pass breakup... had eight tackles with a sack against Montana... added 11 tackles, three for loss, and sack and a half against Sacramento State... had 11 more tackles aginst Weber State... had his first fumble recovery of the season at Portland State, along with nine tackles... added nine more, two for loss, the next week against Northern Arizona... had a season-low seven tackles, but recovered two fourth quarter fumbles against Southern Utah... Togafau also blocked a field goal in that game Played in all 12 games as a backup linebacker and special teamer... recorded his season-high for tackles in his final game, getting five against Southern Utah... that bested his four tackles the previous game against Cal Poly... also had a four-tackle game against Weber State... came up big with three key tackles against Montana...had a pair of tackles in his first game, including a tackle for a loss against Montana-Western Redshirted... HS Lettered in football at Long Beach Poly High School, one of the nation s top prep programs... was a First Team All-Moore League selection... was also named First Team All-Press Telegram and First Team All-CIF, as well as First Team All-Dream Team... led his team to a CIF Division 1 Championship Personal His parents are Moeva and Lima Togafau is majoring in sociology his birthday is January 10, Togafau s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Jon Vanderweilen Punter 6-3 * 190 * Fr * HS Upland, CA Upland HS Redshirted... HS... Lettered in football at Upland High School... was a two-time all-league pick in 2002 and was named First Team All-Southern Section as a senior, along with Second Team All-CIF... Personal... will major in criminal justice... his birthday is January 16, his parents are Matthew and Lynnette Vanderwielen Idaho State University Football Media Guide

51 Jon Winn Tight End 6-6 * 256 * Jr * 2VL-RS Pocatello, ID Highland HS b e n g a l f o o t b a l l George Yarno Offensive Line 6-0 * 275 * Jr * 1VL Phoenix, AZ University of Nevada Hamilton HS Dan Zeidman Punter-Kicker 6-1 * 190 * Jr * 1VL El Cajon, CA Grossmont Junior College Steele Canyon HS Played in nine games for the Bengals, starting the final six... missed two games at the beginning of the season due to injury, and ended the season with four receptions for 43 yards... caught one pass each against Montana-Westerm, Montana, Weber State, and Portland State... his catch against Montana went for a season-best 25 yards Played in all 11 games, starting three... caught eight passes for 69 yards on the season... caught his first collegiate pass against San Diego State for a career-long 28 yards... twice caught two passes in a game, against Northern Colorado and at Portland State... six of his eight catches were on the road Redshirted... HS... lettered in football for two years for state champion Highland High School, where he played under former Bengal Gino Mariani... also lettered in basketball and golf for three years each... last season he caught 69 passes for 822 yards and six touchdowns... over the past two seasons, he caught 119 passes for 1,519 yards and 10 touchdowns was a two-time All-State selection, and he was Offensive Player of the Year... was named All-Region in 2001 and was a First Team All-Southeast Idaho pick... he also lettered in basketball, where he was the teams leading scorer... earned All-Region honors in basketball for the past two years... helped his team to the state playoffs the last two years... also was named All-Region in golf, where he sports an 11 handicap... Personal his parents are William and Paula Winn... is majoring in political science his birthday is July 19, a three-year member of Who s Who Among American High School Students and Who s Who Among American High School Athletes... a three-year Honor Roll member... also earned the Presidential Academic Award for three years.. as a sophomore, he was Honors English Student of the Year. Winn s Career Receiving Stats Year No Yds Avg/Rec LG TD Total JaSON WRIGHT Defensive Back 5-8 * 170 * So * 1SQ-RS La Mesa, CA Helix Charter HS Saw action in four games, without recording a tackle Redshirted... HS... Was a two-year letterman in football and a three-year track letter winner at Helix Charter High School... helped his team to a pair of CIF runner up finishes... also earned All-Conference honors in the high jump in 2003, and he was an All-CIF finisher as part of Helix s 4 x 100 relay team... Personal... his mother is LeChonne Wright... has three sisters... his birthday is April 13, is majoring in business Started and played center all 11 games for the Bengals last season... also served and the teams snapper on field goals... UNR... Lettered in football at Nevada in 2004, playing in six games, starting two at center... also was a long-snapper for Nevada... redshirted in HS... Lettered in football at Hamilton High School... Yarno earned all-league honors as a linebacker and as a long snapper... He had 106 tackles, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, was credited with four sacks, 11 quarterback hurries and 12 tackles-for-loss at linebacker... Personal...will major in biology... his birthday is January 1, his father George played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons, Houston Oilers from , and with the Denver Gold of the USFL from Will Yoder Linebacker 5-10 * 225 * Jr * 2SQ-RS Wendell, ID Wendall HS Saw action in two games and did not letter... did not record a tackle... saw action against both Eastern Washington and Montana State Yoder saw action in three games for ISU, all on special teams... made a pair of tackles on the year, both coming against Northern Arizona Redshirted... HS... Lettered for three years in football, wrestling, and track, and for four years in baseball at Wendell High School... was twice named All-Conference in football, including once as a lineman... was an All-State pick as a linebacker as a senior, and was both team captain and team MVP... was also MVP of the wrestling team as a senior, and was a two-time district runner-up...qualified for state three times, and he placed fourth in the state as a senior... was a co-captain and team MVP in baseball as a senior... Personal His mother is Yolanda Yoder has one sister... will major is physical education. Yoder s Career Defensive Stats Year TT-UT Tfl-Yds Sck-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds PBU Total Zeidman served as ISU s punter for all 11 games, averaging 40.2 yards per kick, ranking 21st nationally... Zeidman punted 58 times with a long of 58 yards... he forced 13 fair catches, and pinned 13 punts inside the 20, with just five touchbacks... averaged 33.6 per punt net of his 58 punts traveled 40 yards or more... averaged 37.2 over five punts in the opener against Southern Utah... averaged 32.7 with one punt inside the 20 against Kentucky... punted four times agianst Montana-Western, forcing three fair catches and pinning two inside the 20, averaging 38.2 per kick... banged a 55-yarder in that game, starting a streak of four straight games with a 50-yard punt, and six of seven as well... averaged 46.4 on five punts against Eastern Washington, including a 54-yarder... punted just twice against Montana State, but averaged 52.5, including a season-long 58-yarder into a serious wind... averaged 41.2 with a couple of fair catches against Montana... had a punt blocked for the only time during the season in that game... punted a season-high nine times at Sacramento State, averaging 36.8, and pinning the Hornets inside the 10 three times... averaged 44.0 on five punts at Weber State, including a 53 yarder... punted five times for 38.6 at Portland State, including a 54-yard boot... averaged 41.8 and 39.8 in his final two contests against Northern Arizona and Cal Poly... had only kickoff of the year against Montana on a free kick... JC... Spent one year at Grossmont Junior College, averaging nearly 37.6 yards per kick with a long of 62 over just 29 punts... also served as a placekicker at Grossmont, going 6-for-11 on field goals, including 2-of-3 from beyond 40, and he was 43-of-45 on extra points... was named All-Foothills Conference as both a punter and a kicker in HS... Lettered in football for two years at Steele Canyon High School... earned All-Grossmont South Conference honors as a senior... Played for the All-South team in the Alex Spanos North-South All-Star Game... kicked field goals of 42, 42, and 49 yards in one half last season... Personal... will major in physical education... his birthday is June 2, his parents are Dan Zeidman and Mary Melquist... has three sisters (Katie, Lorrene, and Sarah) and one brother (Bobby)... his sister Lorrene is a military police officer with the U.S. Army, currently stationed in Kosovo. Zeidman s Career Punting Stats Year No Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 Blk Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide 49

52 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Villima Akoteu Defensive Line 6-3 * 340 * Jr *JC Oakland, CA Laney College Fremont HS JC... Lettered in football at Laney College... was named All- California First Team as a defensive line for both the Football Coaches Association and the California Community Colleges... helped Laney College to the 2005 Capital Shrine Bowl Championships... was ranked by College Football News as the 17th best defensive tackle prospect in the nation coming out of junior college... HS... Lettered in football at Fremont High School... was a first team all-league and all-region pick as a defensive tackle... Personal... his parents are Tony and Oteti Akoteu... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is December 12, Cody Boek Quarterback 6-3 * 215 * Fr * HS Orangevale, CA Del Campo HS HS... Lettered in football for two years at Del Campo High School... also earned a pair of letters in basketball and three in baseball... was an All-League pick as a senior, and he was Del Campo s Student-Ahtlete of the Year as a junior... is also senior class president, and a member of the Principal s Honor Roll... Personal... his father is Nathan Boek... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is March 17, Isaiah Burel Wide Receiver 6-2 * 182 * Fr * HS Redlands, CA Redlands East Valley HS HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Redlands East Valley High School... was an All-San Bernardino County pick as a junior and a senior along with All-Citrus Belt as a sophomore, a junior and a senior... had 50 catches for 891 yards with 15 touchdowns as a senior... also rushed six times for 40 yards... returned seven punts for a 10.6 yard average, and 14 kickoffs for a 26.2 yard average and a 91-yard touchdown... helped Redlands East Valley to three straight Citrus Belt titles including a mark in was Homecoming King... Personal... Sylvester and Jacouline Burel... has a brother Sylvester, Jr. and a sister Jazmine... will major in business... his birthdate is July 8, Cody Clark Linebacker 6-3 * 220 * Fr * HS Central Point, OR Crater HS HS... Lettered in football for three years and wrestling for four at Crater High School... was a First Team All-League pick at linebacker, and Honorable Mention at tight end and at punter as a senior... was Crater s Defensive Player of the Year in both 2004 and also led Crater to three straight state wrestling titles, and they went 32-1 and ranked #2 in Oregon... Personal... his parents are Steve and Judy Clark... will major in biology... his birthdate is September 14, Travis DeRaad Offensive Line 6-4 * 285 * Fr * HS Ontario, CA Ontario HS HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Ontario High School... was named Offensive MVP as a senior by his team... was a First Team All-League pick as a senior, and was Second-Team as a sophomore... was also selected Freshman Offensive Line MVP as well... helped Ontario High School to the 2004 state playoffs... also a member of the Honor Roll... Personal... his mother is Torri DeRaad... is undecided on a major... his birthdate is December 11, Nic Edgson Defensive Back 6-1 * 198 * Fr * RS West Vancouver, BC West Vancouver Secondary Redshirted for the Bengals before leaving for a twoyear LDS Mission... HS... A four year letterwinner at West Vancouver High School... Played wide receiver and defensive back... Led the Province his senior year as a receiver with 32 receptions for 815 yards and 3 touchdowns... Recorded 72 tackles, four interceptions and three sacks as a strong safety... Named team Captain both his Junior and Senior year... Named team Most Valuable Player Pepsi Provincial All Star... Outstanding Defensive Back at the 2003 Senior Bowl... Also lettered in basketball... Named the 2003 Outstanding High School Athlete... Also competed in basketball and rugby at WVSC... Personal... his major in undecided... his father Art played for Idaho State from Branden Jones Kicker 6-2 * 230 * Jr * JC Culver City, CA El Camino JC St. Monica Catholic HS JC... Lettered at El Camino Junior College for two seasons as a kicker... played in four games as a sohpmore before missing the remainder of the season with an injury... was a preseason All-American, and was 2-3 on field goals and 16-of-17 on extra points before the injury... was First Team All-Mission Conference as a freshman and El Camino s Special Teams Player of the Year after going 13-of-16 on field goals, with a long of 40 yards, and 26-of-30 extra points... helped El Camino to an undefeated 10-0 regular season in El Camino finished ranked 5th nationally after being ranked #1 heading into the postseason... HS... Lettered in football, volleyball and soccer at St. Monica Catholic High School... was Special Teams Player of the Year in 2001 and 2002, and was a Second Team All-Camino Real selection in football in in 2001 earned Second Team All-Camino Real in soccer, as well as his team s Most Inspirational... in 2003 he was team captain in volleyball, earning First Team All-Camino Real, First Team All-CIF SS Division V... earned First Team All-Camino Real League in 2002 and the team blocker award... helped all three squads to the state playoffs... was named First Honor Roll once and Second Honor Roll twice... Personal... his parents are Rick Jones and Suzanne Borden-Jones... his major is secondary education, emphasizing math... his birthdate is September 8, Taylor Kerbs Defensive Line 6-4 * 200 * Fr * HS Burley, ID Burley HS HS... Lettered in both football and basketball at Burley High School... was named First Team All-Conference at both tight end and defensive end as a junior and a senior... was also conference Defensive Player of the Year... as a senior he earned All-State honors as a tight end with 25 catches for 629 yards and four touchdowns... Personal... his parents are Jeff and Cindy Kerbs... will major in accounting... his birthdate is April 2, Idaho State University Football Media Guide

53 Aaron KlovAs Offensive Line 6-6 * 310 * So * Tr Graham, WA University of Oregon Bethel HS b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Jacob Stewart Defensive Back 6-0 * 206 * Sr * Tr Ypsilanti, MI University of Michigan Ypsilanti HS Jeffrey Tuua Linebacker 6-2 * 218 * Fr * HS Long Beach, CA Artesia HS UO... Did not see action at Oregon in 2005 after redshirting in HS... Lettered in football and baseball at Bethel High School, and he was named to the first-team USA Today All-America team despite not taking up the sport until the ninth grade... was rated by SuperPrep Magazine as the fifth-best offensive lineman prospect in the nation coming out of Bethel... was one of three players at his position voted to the Long Beach Press-Telegram s Best in the West elite... also was named to the 2003 SuperPrep and PrepStar Dream Team All- American was selected to the Seattle Times Blue Chip ledger, the Tacoma News Tribune s Northwest Nuggets list and he was named offensive MVP by the Seattle Post-Intellegencer... as a senior at Bethel, he did not allow a quarterback sack his senior year while paving the way for a 1,600-yard rusher... was a two-time First Team All-South Puget Sound League South Division recipient and he participated in the 2004 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...was a two-year letterwinner in baseball as well... Personal... his parents are Jerome and Linda Klovas... his major is pre-business administration... his birthdate is November 26, Kevin Nelson Offensive Line 6-6 * 245 * Fr * HS Clinton, UT Clearfield HS HS... Lettered in football, basketball, and track at Clearfield High School... was named First Team All-Davis County, First Team All-Area, and First Team All-Region... was a three-year team captain... helped Clearfield to the state playoffs twice... was on Clearfield s Honor Roll... Personal... is his parents are Blaine and Dianne Nelson... his father Blaine played football at Snow College and Utah State... his birthdate is January 2, will major is education. UM... Earned two varsity letters with the University of Michigan in 2002 and 2003 as a true freshman and a true sophomore... was injured two games into his junior year, and then took all of 2005 off to rehab his injury... has one year to play, although he can appeal his 2004 season for a medical redshirt, since the injury cost him two seasons of play... in 2002 he played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams, recording three tackles... played in the Outback Bowl against Florida... in 2003 as a sophomore has played in eight games, starting two... recorded 22 tackles, broke up two passes, and had an interception... recorded a career-high nine tackles against Central Michigan in the 2003 opener, with a pass breakup... earned his first career start at safety against Indiana, recording five tackles... had two tackles and his first career interception against Minnesota, returning it 34 yards for a touchdown... played in the 2004 Rose Bowl against USC... as a junior, he played in two games, recording an interception and two tackles before suffering a season-ending injury in the second game of the season... had his interception against the University of Miami... HS... was a three-year letterman at Ypsilanti High School before attending Bridgton Academy in North Brigton, Maine for a year... recorded 215 tackles and forced 10 fumbles in his high school career... also recovered four fumbles, and he had 11 interceptions, four returned for touchdowns... also played offense, rushing for 183 yards and a touchdown... ranked number 59 in the MidWest by SuperPrep Magazine... selected t the Detroit News 2000 Dream Team... as a senior he was named Class A Player of the Year by the Ann Arbor News... Personal... his birthdate is January 29, will major in physical education. Erik Stoll Defensive Back 6-2 * 200 * Fr * HS Sandpoint, ID Sandpoint HS HS... Lettered in football at Artesia High School... was a member of the Press-Telegram s 2005 Dream Team... was a First Team All-CIF pick as a linebacker in was also a First Team All-Surburbia League selection as a junior and as a senior... was also his team s Defensive Player of the Year in Personal... his parents are Vaigafa and Iulai Tuua... has a brother Julai at Cal Poly, and his uncle Don Sosa played at Washington State and for the San Diego Chargers... his older brother Jonathan is also a 2006 recruit for the Bengals... will major in criminal justice... his birthdate is March 12, Jonathan Tuua Defensive Line 6-3, 255, So, JC San Luis Obispo, CA Allen Hancock JC Long Beach Poly HS JC... Lettered in football at Allen Hancock Community College, where he earned First-Team All-Western States Conference honors... recorded six sacks for the 7-4 Bulldogs, helping Allen Hancock to the American Bowl... HS... Lettered in football, wrestling, and volleyball at Long Beach Poly High School... was a First Team All-CIF pick as a defensive end in 2003, and he was All-Southern Section in both 2002 and was also named First-Team All-Moore League in 2002 and helped Long Beach Poly to the Southern Section playoffs three straight years... Personal... his parents are Vaigafa and Iulai Tuua... has a brother Julai at Cal Poly, and his uncle Don Sosa played at Washington State and for the San Diego Chargers... his younger brother Jeffrey is also a 2006 recruit for the Bengals... will major in physical education... his birthdate is December 12, Sean Rutten Linebacker 6-2 * 225 * Fr * HS Pocatello, ID Century HS HS... Lettered in football and basketball at Century High School... was an All-State pick as a senior, as well as team captain... was named First Team All-Conference as a junior and a senior, leading Century in tackles both years... averaged over 90 tackles per season in his career... was also named First Team All-Region as a junior and a senior... led Century to the 2003 state title and the 2004 District title... Personal... his father is Ron Rutten... his birthdate is April 24, will major in physical therapy. HS... Lettered in football and track at Sandpoint High School... was named his conference s Defensive Player of the Year, as well as First Team All-Conference at tight end... was a First Team All-North Idaho pick on defensive and a Second Team All-North Idaho pick on offense... also was selected All-State in 2005 after recording 154 tackles and three interceptions... Personal... his parents are Bob and Heidi Stoll... will major in pre-medicine... his birthdate is April 26, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 51

54 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Postseason All-Americans (13) First Team (4) 2001-Eddie Johnson, P 2003-Jared Allen, DE 2005-Jaret Johnson, PK 2005-Jeff Charleston, DE Second Team (4) 1999-Pete Garces, K 2000-DeRonn Finley, PR 2002-Jared Allen, DL 2002-Corey Brown, OL Third Team (1) 2001-Javier Garcia, K Honorable Mention (4) 2000-DeRonn Finley, WR 2000-Junior Ioane, LB 2002-Steve Burch, OL 2002-Ernie James, DB All-Big Sky Players (121) First Team (20) 2005-Jaret Johnson, PK 2005-Jeff Charleston, DE 2005-Pago Togafau, ILB 2004-Ernie James, CB 2003-Sale Key, WR 2003-Jared Allen, DE 2003-Mark Weivoda, DT 2003-Emery Beckles, CB 2002-Jared Allen, DE 2002-Mark Weivoda, DT 2002-Josh Whitworth, OLB 2002-Ernie James, DB 2002-Eddie Johnson, P 2002-Bart Brooks, ILB 2002-Corey Brown, C 2001-Eddie Johnson, P 2001-Jared Allen, DE 2001-Eric Boose, DT 2000-DeRonn Finley, WR 1999-Pete Garces, K Second Team (26) 2005-Eddie Thompson, WR 2005-D.J. Clark, CB 2004-Sale Key, WR 2004-Steve Burch, OL 2004-Mark Hetherington, QB 2004-Jermaine Horn, DT 2004-Kris Krosch, OLB 2004-David Beverly, CB 2004-Kyle McQuown, P 2003-Brett Fowler, WR 2003-Robert Poleki, G 2003-Isaac Mitchell, RB 2003-Jeremy Hershey, PK 2003-Josh Whitworth, LB 2003-Ernie James, S 2002-Doug Baughman, QB 2002-Isaac Mitchell, RB 2002-Eric Boose, DT 2002-Audie Attar, OLB 2002-Sale Key, WR 2002-Robert Poleki, G 2002-Steve Burch, T 2001-Javier Garcia, K 2001-Bart Brooks, ILB 2000-DeRonn Finley, PR 2000-Junior Ioane, ILB Honorable Mention (75) 2005-Shedrack Okoebor, WR 2005-Shawn Oram, OL 2005-Evan Smith, OL 2005-Clifton Buckway, OL 2005-George Yarno, OL 2005-Brandon Mennear, TE 2005-Josh Barnett, RB 2005-Ken Cornist, FB 2005-Kenyon Blue, RET 2005-Jermaine Horn, DT 2005-James Drake, DT 2005-Dustin Schroader, DE 2005-Atelea Raass, LB 2005-Quinton Freeman, S 2005-Dan Zeidman, P 2004-Akilah Lacey, WR 2004-Shedrack Okoebor, WR 2004-Jamar Ikpi, OL 2004-Shawn Oram, OL 2004-Clifton Buckway, OL 2004-Xavier Simms, OL 2004-Karl Kuhau-Liftee, DT 2004-Michael Hodges, DE 2004-Dustin Schroader, DE 2004-Anthony Henderson, OLB 2004-Pago Togafau, ILB 2004-Marcel Lagrone, S 2003-Steve Burch, T 2003-David Garrett, G 2003-Edwin Thompson, TE 2003-Mark Hetherington, QB 2003-Emery Beckles, RS 2003-James Drake, DT 2003-Cedrick Dawson, LB 2003-Anthony Henderson, LB 2003-Atari Callen, S 2003-Kyle McQuown, P 2002-Brett Fowler, WR 2002-Eugene Mirador, WR 2002-Jamar Ikpi, T 2002-Mike Jones, FB 2002-Jeremy Hershey, PK 2002-Mike Rose, DE 2002-Emery Beckles, CB 2002-Quinton Freeman, S 2001-Brett Fowler, WR 2001-Jermaine Anderson, WR 2001-Judd Gold, OL 2001-Bart Teuscher, OL 2001-Doug Baughman, QB 2001-Mike Jones, FB 2001-Mark Weivoda, DT 2001-Seth Wertman, DE 2001-Josh Whitworth, OLB 2001-Ernie James, CB 2001-LaDerick Daniels, CB 2001-Josh Robinson, S 2001-Na Jai Rankin, S 2000-Nick Whitworth, RB 2000-Shane Griggs, QB 2000-Matt Nighswonger, OL 2000-Brent Hogan, OL 2000-Bart Teuscher, OL 2000-Judd Gold, OL 2000-Ben Simpson, P 2000-Jared Allen, DE 2000-Sony Galvan, DE 2000-Cedric Dawson, OLB 2000-Mike Clancey, CB 2000-Lemont Hudgens, CB 2000-Josh Robinson, FS 1999-Kevin McCarthy, QB 1999-Jason Meador, LB 1999-Ben Simpson, P 1999-Nick Whitworth, RB All-Big Sky Academic (40) 2005-Turill Engelman 2005-Spencer Franz 2005-Brandon Mennear 2005-Sterling Mennear 2005-Luke Sneiwski 2005-Jon Winn 2004-Jeff Davenport 2004-Brandon Mennear 2004-Jon Winn 2003-Jeff Davenport 2003-Brandon Mennear 2002-Troy Bell 2002-Bart Brooks 2002-Jeff Davenport 2002-Mike Rose 2001-Troy Bell 2001-Brett Fowler 2001-Judd Gold 2001-Sean Judd 2001-Donell McNeal 2001-Mike Rose 2001-Bart Teuscher 2001-Jerry Troyer 2000-Adam Christian 2000-Darren Dubois 2000-Josh Del Prado 2000-DeRonn Finley 2000-Kaili McCray 2000-Matt Nighswonger 2000-Ben Simpson 2000-David Steel Bart Teuscher 2000-Brandon Tuia 1999-Troy Bell 1999-Craig Broyles 1999-Darren Dubois 1999-L. Kaili McCray 1999-Matt Nighswonger 1999-Brandon Reed 1999-Mark Young Big Sky Scholar-Athlete (1) 2000-Adam Christian Verizon Academic All-District VIII (2) 2000-Matt Nighswonger 2002-Bart Brooks AFCA Academic All-Stars Team (2) 2000-Matt Nighswonger 2002-Bart Brooks AFCA Good Works All-America Team (1) 2001-Donell McNeal PLAYERS Francisco Anguiano... ahn GWE AHN oh Villima Akoteu...vill AHMA AHK oh TWO Isaiah Burel... BURR ell Evan Dietrich-Smith... DEET rick Spencer Franz...FRAHNZ Matt Gutierrez...goo TEHR ez Joel Janke... JANK ee Scott Jossis...JAHS iss Clint Knickrehm... NICK rem Akilah Lacey... ah KEY la Brandon Mennear... meh NEAR Sterling Mennear... meh NEAR Amir Owens...ah MEER Hayden Plocher...PLOCK er Atelea Raass... at ah LAY rahss Jaquwan Ramsey... JAH kwan Renell Robinson, Jr... reh NELL Jaron Taylor... jah RIN Pago Togafau...PAHN go TONG ga FOW Jeffrey Tuua...TWO ah Jonathan Tuua...TWO ah Jon Vanderweilen...Van der wheel in Will Yoder...YO drr Dan Zeidman... ZEYED mihn COACHES/STAFF Joe Lorig...LORE ig Frank Mercogliano...mer cog lee AH no Dr. Mick Mickelson...MICK el son Idaho State University Football Media Guide

55 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Opponents and Statistics Opponent Information...Page Buck Buchanan Award...Page 65 Travel Itineraries...Page 65 The Big Sky Conference...Page 66 All Big Sky Conference Honors...Page Big Sky Conference Statistics...Page Idaho State Statistics...Page Season in Review...Page Idaho State University Football Media Guide 53

56 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME 1 September 2 Sam Boyd Stadium (36,800) Kickoff: 8:00 pm MT 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 Idaho State 8:00 pm Sept. 9 at Iowa State 5:00 pm Sept. 16 at Hawai i 10:00 pm Sept. 30 Nevada 8:00 pm Oct. 7 *at Colorado State 3:00 pm Oct. 14 *New Mexico 8:00 pm Oct. 21 *at Brigham Young 1:00 pm Oct. 28 *at Utah 2:00 pm Nov. 4 *Texas Christian 1:00 pm Nov. 11 *at San Diego State 6:00 pm Nov. 18 *Wyoming 5:00 pm Nov. 24 *Air Force 5:00 pm 2005 RESULTS (2-9, 1-7) Sept. 5 *at New Mexico L Sept. 10 Idaho W Sept. 17 at Nevada L Sept. 24 at Utah State L Oct. 1 *at Wyoming L Oct. 8 *San Diego State W Oct. 15 *at Air Force L 7-42 Oct. 22 *Utah L Nov. 5 *Brigham Young L Nov. 12 *at Texas Christian L 3-51 Nov. 19 *Colorado State L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Erick Jackson Shane Steichen Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Jarrod Jackson Shane Steichen Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Erick Jackson Casey Flair GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Las Vegas, Nevada Founded Enrollment... 28,000 Affiliation... NCAA I-A Conference... Mountain West Nickname... Rebels Colors... Red & Silver Home Field...Sam Boyd Stadium Capacity (Surface)... 36,800 (Grass) President... Dr. David Ashley Athletic Director...Mike Hamrick MEDIA INFORMATION Media Relations Dir.(FB Contact)...Mark Wallington MRD ... SID Phone...(702) SID Home Phone...(702) FAX...(702) Press Box Phone...(702) Assistant SID...Bryan Haines Asst. SID Website... SERIES RESULTS Mike Sanford Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Beau Bell Linebacker Head Coach... Mike Sanford Alma Mater, Year...USC, 1978 Record at UNLV (2nd year) Career Record (2nd year) Office Phone...(702) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 41/26 Starters Returning/Lost... 14/ Overall Record Conference Record (9th) This is the first meeting between Idaho State and UNLV since 1984 * The two teams met in the first collegiate game played in Holt Arena on September 26, 1970, a Bengal win... UNLV s offensive line coach Keith Uperesa was Larry Lewis offensive coordinator for two seasons ( )... ISU receivers coach Bryant Thomas is the cousin of former Rebel quarterback Jason Thomas ( ) * Idaho State also opened the 2004 season against a Mountain West team in San Diego State * The game NOTES* is ISU s first in the state of Nevada since Oct. 12, SERIES INFORMATION UNLV leads series 4-2 Current Winning Streak: UNLV, 2 Home: 2-0 Away: 0-4 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...10/13... L * A...10/2... L H...9/20... W A...11/23... L H...9/26... W A...11/8... L *forfeited to ISU TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST UNLV Rushing: Kevin Crocker, 126 yards, Jerry Dunne, 110 yards, Passing: Vern Harris, 365 yards, Receiving: Ken Warren, 151 yards, Tom Hofmann, 143 yards, Idaho State University Football Media Guide

57 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Ed Rifialto Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Matt Gutierrez Quarterback Head Coach... Ed Rifialto Alma Mater, Year...California Coast, 1998 Record at FLC (3rd year) Career Record (4th year) Office Phone...(970) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost...N/A Starters Returning/Lost... N/A 2005 Overall Record Conference Record Rocky Mt. (2nd) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Durango, Colorado Founded Enrollment... 4,347 Affiliation...NCAA II Conference...Rocky Mountain Nickname... Skyhawks Colors... Light Blue, Navy Blue & Gold Home Field... Ray Dennison Memorial Field Capacity (Surface)... 4,000 (Grass) President...Dr. Brad Bartel Athletic Director...Dave Preszler MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director...TBA SID ...TBA SID Phone...(970) SID Home Phone...TBA FAX...(970) Press Box Phone...N/A Assistant SID...None Asst. SID ...None Website... Idaho State has only faced Fort Lewis once before, in Larry Lewis s second game as Bengal head coach * The game features two quarterbacks with identical names in Matt Gutierrez, both of whom are seniors at their respective schools * ISU running backs coach Nick Whitworth set an ISU record for rushing yards in a game with his 273 against Fort Lewis in 1999 * Idaho State is 8-0 against lower division opponents under Larry Lewis * Idaho State shutout their last lower division opponent 37-0 last NOTES* season vs. Montana-Western. SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State leads series 1-0 Current Winning Streak: Idaho State, 1 Home: 1-0 Away: 0-0 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score H...9/11... W TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST FORT LEWIS Rushing: Nick Whitworth, 273 yards, Passing: No 300-yard games recorded Receiving: Jesse Levin, 116 yards, GAME 2 September 9 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 3:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Aug. 26 *at Western New Mexico 1:00 pm Sept. 2 at Cal Poly 7:00 pm Sept. 9 at Idaho State 3:05 pm Sept. 16 *Nebraska-Kearney 12:00 pm Sept. 23 *at Mesa State TBA Sept. 30 *Western State TBA Oct. 7 *at Adams State TBA Oct. 14 *Chadron State TBA Oct. 21 *at Colorado Mines TBA Oct. 28 *New Mexico Highlands TBA 2005 RESULTS (6-4, 6-2) Sept. 3 *at Montana L 0-55 Sept. 10 *Mesa State W Sept. 17 *at Adams State L Sept. 24 *at Western State W Oct. 1 *Chadron State W Oct. 8 *Fort Hays State W Oct. 15 *at Colorado Mines L Oct. 22 *at Nebraska-Kearney W Oct. 29 at Northern Colorado L Nov. 5 *New Mexico Highlands W LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Matt Gutierrez Geramie Bascomb Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Matt Gutierrez Dustin Moore Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Kris Ducy Brandon Cummings Idaho State University Football Media Guide 55

58 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME 3 September 16 Kibbie Dome (16,500) Kickoff: 3:05 pm MT 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 at Michigan State 10:00 am Sept. 9 at Washington State TBA Sept. 16 Idaho State 3:05 pm Sept. 23 at Oregon State TBA Sept. 30 *at Utah State 1:30 pm Oct. 7 *New Mexico State 3:00 pm Oct. 14 *at Louisiana Tech 4:00 pm Oct. 21 *Boise State 3:05 pm Oct. 28 *at Hawai i TBA Nov. 4 *Nevada 3:05 pm Nov. 18 *at Fresno State 3:00 pm Nov. 24 *San Jose State 3:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (2-9, 1-7) Sept. 1 at Washington State L Sept. 10 at UNLV L Sept. 17 at Washington L 6-34 Sept. 24 *Hawai i L 0-24 Oct. 1 *Utah State W Oct. 8 *at Nevada L Oct. 22 *Fresno State L Oct. 29 *at New Mexico St. W-2ot Nov. 12 *Louisiana Tech L Nov. 19 *at Boise State L Nov. 26 *at San Jose State L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Rolly Lumbala Tracy Ford Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Steven Wichman Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Daniel Smith Wendall Octave Dennis Erickson Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Steve Wichman Quarterback Head Coach... Dennis Erickson Alma Mater, Year... Montana State, 1970 Record at UI (5th year) Career Record (18th year) Office Phone... Call SID Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost...N/A Starters Returning/Lost...N/A 2005 Overall Record Conference Record WAC (8th) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Moscow, Idaho Founded Enrollment... 12,824 Affiliation... NCAA I-A Conference... Western Athletic Nickname...Vandals Colors... Silver & Gold Home Field...Kibble Dome Capacity (Surface)... 16,000 (Grass) President...Dr. Tim White Athletic Director...Dr. Rob Spear MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director...Becky Paull SID ... SID Phone...(208) SID Home Phone...(208) FAX Phone...(208) Press Box Phone...N/A Assistant SID... Amy Rysdam Asst. SID ... Website... Idaho State and Idaho have not met since October 3, 1998 * Idaho has outscored ISU 95-3 over the past two games * The Bengals took a win in Idaho s final season in the Big Sky * ISU s last win in Moscow was in the 1981 National Championship season * Idaho lost in the second game of the 2005 season against UNLV, ISU s other I-A opponent * In his first stint at Idaho, Dennis Erickson was 2-2 against the Bengals, with three games decided by a field goal or less * This game is one of three in the Pacific NOTES* Time Zone for the Bengals. SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series Current Winning Streak: Idaho, 2 Home: 6-13 Away: 5-12 Neutral: 0-1 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...10/3... L H...9/13... L H...9/30... W A...10/1... L H...10/9... L... (HC) A...10/10... L H...10/19... L A...10/13... L H...11/4... L A...11/12... L TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST IDAHO Rushing: Corky Federico, 133 yards, Butch Caston, 122 yards, Merril Hoge, 120 yards, Sylvester Jones, 105 yards, Passing: Mike Machurek, 359 yards, Jason Whitmer, 352 yards, Vern Harris, 301 yards, Jerry Dunne, 301 yards, Receiving: Sam Carter, 142 yards, Rommie Wheeler, 115 yards, Complete series information on page Idaho State University Football Media Guide

59 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l GENERAL INFORMATION Location...Flagstaff, Arizona Founded Enrollment... 19,000 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname... Lumberjacks Colors... Blue & Gold Home Field... J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome Capacity (Surface)...15,300 (Turf) President... Dr. John Haeger Athletic Director... Jim Fallis MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director...Steve Shaff SID ... SID Phone...(928) SID Home Phone... (928) FAX Phone...(928) Press Box Phone...(928) Assistant SID...Karen Auerbach Asst. SID Website... SERIES RESULTS Jerome Sauers Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Alex Watson Wide Receiver Head Coach... Jerome Souers Alma Mater, Year... Oregon, 1983 Record at NAU (9th year) Career Record (9th year) Office Phone... (928) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 43/23 Starters Returning/Lost... 18/ Record (Conference) Conference Record Big Sky (8th) ISU has recorded seven 300-yard passing games against Northern Arizona all-time * ISU has won five straight vs. NAU in Holt Arena, one of which was a forfeit declared by the Big Sky and the NCAA * Jerome Sauers and Larry Lewis are second and third among Big Sky coaches in tenure at their current schools * The game is ISU s Homecoming game * The Bengals have won five straight Homecoming games, tying the school record * ISU is 2-1 vs. Northern Arizona on Homecomings * ISU had five NOTES* turnovers last year in Flagstaff. SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series Current Winning Streak: No. Arizona, 1 Home: 14-9 Away: Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...11/12... L H...11/13... W A...11/8... L H...11/9... W A...10/6... L H...10/7... W H...10/9... W * A...10/10... L H...11/1... W A...10/2... L... (OT) Complete series information on page 86 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST NORTHERN ARIZONA Rushing: John Peoples, 210 yards, Darl Thornton, 163 yards, Sylvester Jones, 141 yards, Craig Joseph, 139 yards, Anthony Elgaaen, 131 yards, Passing: Vern Harris, 397 yards, Jason Whitmer, 390 yards, Shane Griggs, 356 yards, Shane Griggs, 355 yards, Doug Baughman, 350 yards, Receiving: Troy Waters, 145 yards, DeRonn Finley, 140 yards, Tad Pearson, 138 yards, Sale Key, 127 yards, Brett Fowler, 123 yards, GAME 4 September 23 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 3:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Aug. 31 at Arizona 8:05 pm Sept. 9 at Utah 6:00 pm Sept. 16 Dixie College 4:05 pm Sept. 23 *at Idaho State 3:05 pm Sept. 30 *Montana State 4:05 pm Oct. 14 *at Montana 1:05 pm Oct. 21 *Sacramento State 4:05 pm Oct. 28 *at Eastern Washington 3:05 pm Nov. 4 *Portland State 3:05 pm Nov. 11 *Weber State 3:05 pm Nov. 18 *at Northern Colorado 12:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (3-8, 1-6) Sept. 1 Adams State W Sept. 10 at Arizona L Sept. 17 Southern Utah W 27-7 Sept. 24 *at Weber State L Oct. 1 *at Sacramento State L Oct. 8 *Eastern Washington L Oct. 22 *at Portland State L 0-45 Oct. 29 *at Montana State L Nov. 5 *Montana L 0-23 Nov. 12 *Idaho State W Nov. 19 at Northern Iowa L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Alex Watson Josh Sayles Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Jason Murietta Brian Wriston Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Alex Watson Kory Mahr Idaho State University Football Media Guide 57

60 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME 5 October 7 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 1:35 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 UC Davis 1:30 pm Sept. 9 *at Portland State 7:05 pm Sept. 16 at Texas State 5:00 pm Sept. 23 Western Illinois 1:30 pm Sept. 29 *at Weber State 7:05 pm Oct. 7 *Idaho State 1:35 pm Oct. 14 *Eastern Washington 1:35 pm Oct. 28 *at Sacramento State 7:05 pm Nov. 4 *at Montana State 12:05 pm Nov. 11 *Montana 12:05 pm Nov. 18 *Northern Arizona 12:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (4-7, 0-5) Sept. 3 Colorado Mines W Sept. 8 at Western Illinois L Sept. 17 Southeastern Louisiana W Sept. 24 at Portland State L Oct. 1 *Cal Poly L Oct. 22 *at Southern Utah L-OT Oct. 29 Fort Lewis W Nov. 5 at North Dakota State L 0-44 Nov. 12 Sam Houston State W 24-3 Nov. 19 *at South Dakota State L Nov. 26 *at UC Davis L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Andre Wilson Patrick Ealy Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int T. J. Swanson Cody Stone Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Andy Birkel Cory Sleeth Scott Downing Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Andre Wilson Running Back Head Coach... Scott Downing Alma Mater, Year... Sterling College, 1979 Record at UNC (1st year) Career Record (3rd year) Office Phone...(970) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost...44/11 Starters Returning/Lost... 15/ Overall Record Conference Record Great West (6th) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Greeley, Colorado Founded Enrollment Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname... Bears Colors... Blue & Gold Home Field... Nottingham Field Capacity (Surface)... 8,500 (Grass) President... Kay Norton Athletic Director...Jay Hinrichs MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director...Kyle Schwartz SID ... FAX...(970) Press Box Phone...(970) Assistant SID (FB Contact)... Eric Scott Asst. SID SID Phone...(970) SID Home Phone...(970) Website... Northern Colorado is in their first season as a member of the Big Sky Conference * ISU and UNC were both members of the old Rocky Mountain Conference * Idaho State s only two 300-yard passing games vs. UNC have come under Larry Lewis watch * ISU s win in 2004 saw ISU down with just over a minute left in the third quarter * In 2003, Ernie James tied the ISU record with a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown * ISU s last 100-yard rushing game vs. UNC was 47 years ago * The NOTES* 2004 double overtime win marked ISU s first ever road double overtime win in school Idaho State leads series 17-5 Current Winning Streak: Idaho State, 4 Home: 8-3 Away: 9-2 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...9/18... W... (2OT) H...9/13... W A...9/9... W * H...9/7... W H...9/15... L A...10/7... W A...10/14... L H...11/5... W A...11/7... W H...11/8... W *forfeited to ISU Complete series information on page 87 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST NORTHERN COLORADO Rushing: Boyd Hall, 151 yards, Bus Connor, 115 yards, Passing: Mark Hetherington, 360 yards, Roman Ybarra, 327 yards, Receiving: Brett Fowler, 117 yards, Joe Funk, 111 yards, Idaho State University Football Media Guide

61 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Tim Walsh Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Dominic Dixon Cornerback Head Coach...Tim Walsh Alma Mater, Year... UC Riverside, 1977 Record at PSU (14th year) Career Record (18th year) Office Phone... (503) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 44/17 Starters Returning/Lost... 14/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-4th) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Portland, Oregon Founded Enrollment...23,117 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname...Vikings Colors...Green & White Home Field... PGE Park Capacity (Surface)... 20,000 (Artificial Turf) President... Daniel Bernstine Interim Athletic Director...Teri Mariani MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant A.D./Media Relations...Mike Lund SID ... SID Phone...(503) SID Home Phone...(503) FAX Phone...(503) Press Box Phone...(503) Assistant SID... Rick Stupak Asst. SID ... Website... Idaho State leads the series * The last time these two teams met in Portland, Idaho State set an NCAA I-AA record for pass attempts in a game with 79 * The 232- yard rushing game by Ed Coleman against PSU in 1996 was his only career 100-yard game * Two of ISU s eight 200-yard rushing games have come against Portland State * Idaho State s Jaret Johnson kicked a 54-yard field goal with one second left for a win last year, the longest game-winning field goal in ISU history * The game is NOTES* the first non-november meeting of the two teams since 2001 * Idaho State leads series Current Winning Streak: Idaho State, 1 Home: Away: 9-6 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score H...11/5... W A...11/6... L H...11/1... W A...11/2... L H...10/13... W... (HC) A...10/14... L H...9/25... L A...9/26... W H...11/15... W A...11/16... W Complete series information on page 87 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST PORTLAND STATE Rushing: Ed Coleman, 232 yards, Mike Jones, 200 yards, Kennedy Nkeyasen, 179 yards, Kennedy Nkeyasen, 141 yards, Merril Hoge, 140 yards, Passing: Mike Machurek, 420 yards, Larry Kerychuk, 342 yards, Mark Hetherington, 323 yards, Receiving: Ed Bell, 175 yards, Greg Smith, 151 yards, Carlis Harris, 147 yards, Sale Key, 130 yards, Shawn Beals, 121 yards, GAME 6 October 14 PGE Park (20,000) Kickoff: 7:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 at New Mexico 5:00 pm Sept. 9 *Northern Colorado 7:05 pm Sept. 16 at California TBA Sept. 23 *at Weber State 5:05 pm Sept. 30 *Montana 7:05 pm Oct. 7 *at Montana State 12:35 pm Oct. 14 *Idaho State 7:05 pm Oct. 21 *Eastern Washington 7:05 pm Oct. 28 at Oregon 1:35 pm Nov. 4 *at Northern Arizona 2:05 pm Nov. 11 *at Sacramento State 5:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (6-5, 4-3) Sept. 3 at Oregon State L Sept. 10 at UC Davis W Sept. 17 *Sacramento State W Sept. 24 Northern Colorado W Oct. 1 *at Eastern Washington L Oct. 8 at Boise State L Oct. 15 *Montana State W Oct. 22 *Northern Arizona W 45-0 Oct. 29 *at Montana L Nov. 5 *at Idaho State L Nov. 12 *Weber State W LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Kelana Ho okano Saywer Smith Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Sawyer Smith Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Brandon Ferrigno Kenneth Mackins Idaho State University Football Media Guide 59

62 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME 7 October 21 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 1:35 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 at Colorado 1:30 pm Sept. 9 UC Davis 1:05 pm Sept. 16 Humboldt State 1:05 pm Sept. 23 *Eastern Washington 1:05 pm Sept. 30 *at Northern Arizona 4:05 pm Oct. 7 *Portland State 1:35 pm Oct. 14 *at Sacramento State 3:05 pm Oct. 21 *at Idaho State 1:35 pm Oct. 28 *Weber State 1:35 pm Nov. 4 *Northern Colorado 12:05 pm Nov. 18 *at Montana 12:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (7-4, 5-2) Sept. 3 at Oklahoma State L Sept. 10 Stephen F. Austin W 42-6 Sept. 17 at Cal Poly L Sept. 24 North Dakota State W Oct. 1 *Idaho State W Oct. 8 *at Weber State W Oct. 15 *at Portland State L Oct. 29 *Northern Arizona W Nov. 5 *Sacramento State W Nov. 12 *at Eastern Washington L Nov. 19 *Montana W 16-6 LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Evin Groves Cory Carpenter Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Cory Carpenter Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Elliott Barnhart Evin Groves Mike Kramer Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Clive Lowe Linebacker Head Coach... Mike Kramer Alma Mater, Year... Idaho, 1977 Record at MSU (7th year) Career Record (13th year) Office Phone... (406) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 35/12 Starters Returning/Lost...13/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-1st) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Bozeman, Montana Founded Enrollment... 12,500 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname... Bobcats Colors... Blue & Gold Home Field... Bobcat Stadium Capacity (Surface)... 13,500 (Grass) President... Dr. Geoffrey Gamble Athletic Director... Peter Fields MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant A.D./Media Relations...Bill Lamberty SID SID Phone...(406) SID Home Phone...(406) FAX Phone...(406) Press Box Phone...(406) Assistant SID...Tom Schulz Asst. SID ... Website... Idaho State and Montana State have met 72 times, making the Bobcats ISU s most common opponent * Thirteen of the last 18 meetings between the two teams have been decided by one score or less * Two of the last four were decided by incompletions in the end zone, and all were diceded by six points or less * Idaho State had won three of the last four in Holt Arena vs. Montana State * Last year s game in Bozeman was played in horrid wind conditions * Both teams were ranked when they met last year * NOTES* Josh Barnett had a career-high 148 yards rushing against MSU last year SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series Current Winning Streak: Montana State, 2 Home: Away: Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...10/1... L H...10/2... L A...10/11... W H...10/12... W... (HC) A...11/10... L H...11/11... W H...11/13... W A...11/14... L H...9/27... L A...10/12... L Complete series information on page 86 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST MONTANA STATE Rushing: Alfredo Anderson, 271 yards, Alfredo Anderson, 161 yards, Josh Barnett, 148 yards, Boyd Hall, 136 yards, Merril Hoge, 114 yards, Passing: Mark Hetherington, 348 yards, Jason Whitmer, 306 yards, Receiving: Michael Thompson, 149 yards, Ed Bell, 144 yards, Tom Hofmann, 121 yards, Craig Norby, 114 yards, Brett Fowler, 113 yards, Chris Corp, 113 yards, Idaho State University Football Media Guide

63 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Missoula, Montana Founded Enrollment... 13,352 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname...Grizzlies Colors...Maroon & Silver Home Field... Washington-Grizzly Stadium Capacity (Surface)... 23,183 (Sprinturf) President...Dr. George Dennison Athletic Director...Jim O Day MEDIA INFORMATION Asst. A.D. for Media Relations... Dave Guffey SID ... SID Phone...(406) SID Home Phone... (406) FAX Phone...(406) Press Box Phone...(406) Assistant SID... Joel Carlson Asst. SID Website... SERIES RESULTS Idaho State trails series Current Winning Streak: Montana, 2 Home: Away: 3-24 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score H...10/8... L A...10/9... L H...10/18... W (2 OT) (HC) A...9/21... L H...11/3... L A...11/4... L H...10/30... L A...10/31... L H...10/11... L... (HC) A...10/12... L Complete series information on page 86 Bobby Hauck Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Lex Hilliard Running Back Head Coach... Bobby Hauck Alma Mater, Year... Montana, 1988 Record at UM (4th year) Career Record (4th year) Office Phone...(406) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 46/14 Starters Returning/Lost... 15/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-1st) Five of the top 11 receiving games in ISU history have come against Montana * The Griz have defeated the Bengals in 20 of the last 22 meetings * ISU s last two trips to Missoula have been decided by four and two points * The Bengals did not score in the second half against Montana last season * UM s Lex Hilliard rushed for 142 yards * Montana was penalized 15 times for 138 yards, compared to ISU s six penalties for just 40 yards * Ten different receivers caught a pass for ISU last season vs. Montana NOTES* * ISU has never won at Washington-Grizzly Stadium SERIES INFORMATION TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST MONTANA Rushing: Eddie McGill, 213 yards, Alfredo Anderson, 162 yards, Alfredo Anderson, 116 yards, George Kelley, 116 yards, Isaac Mitchell, 108 yards, Passing: Vern Harris, 589 yards, Mark Hetherington, 415 yards, Jerry Dunne, 385 yards, Vern Harris, 349 yards, Doug Baughman, 300 yards, Receiving: Shawn Beals, 222 yards, Tom Hofmann, 178 yards, Akilah Lacey, 177 yards, Jody Griswold, 172 yards, Ed Bell, 167 yards, GAME 8 October 28 Washington-Grizzly Stadium (23,183) Kickoff: 1:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 at Iowa 10:05 am Sept. 9 South Dakota State 1:05 pm Sept. 23 *Sacramento State 1:05 pm Sept. 30 *at Portland State 7:05 pm Oct. 7 *at Eastern Washington 3:05 pm Oct. 14 *Northern Arizona 1:05 pm Oct. 21 *at Weber State 1:05 pm Oct. 28 *Idaho State 1:05 pm Nov. 4 Cal Poly 12:05 pm Nov. 11 *at Northern Colorado 12:05 pm Nov. 18 *Montana State 12:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (8-4, 5-2) Sept. 3 Fort Lewis W 55-0 Sept. 10 at Oregon L Sept. 17 South Dakota State W 7-0 Oct. 1 *Weber State W Oct. 8 *at Idaho State W Oct. 15 *Eastern Washington L Oct. 22 Cal Poly W Oct. 29 *Portland State W Nov. 5 *at Northern Arizona W 23-0 Nov. 12 *at Sacramento State W Nov. 19 *at Montana State L 6-16 Nov. 26 #Cal Poly L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Lex Hilliard Brady Green Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Cole Bergquist Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Ryan Bagley Mike Ferriter Idaho State University Football Media Guide 61

64 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME 9 November 4 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 3:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Aug. 31 at Boise State 7:05 pm Sept. 16 Cal Poly 7:05 pm Sept. 23 *at Montana 1:05 pm Sept. 30 *at Eastern Washington 3:05 pm Oct. 7 *Weber State 7:05 pm Oct. 14 *Montana State 3:05 pm Oct. 21 *at Northern Arizona 4:05 pm Oct. 28 *Northern Colorado 7:05 pm Nov. 4 *at Idaho State 3:05 pm Nov. 11 *Portland State 5:05 pm Nov. 18 at UC Davis 2:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (2-9, 1-6) Sept. 3 at California L 3-41 Sept. 10 at Cal Poly L Sept. 17 *at Portland State L Sept. 24 UC Davis L 7-37 Oct. 1 *Northern Arizona W Oct. 8 Azusa Pacific W Oct. 15 *at Weber State L Oct. 22 *Idaho State L Oct. 29 *Eastern Washington L Nov. 5 *at Montana State L Nov. 12 *Montana L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Ryan Mole Kris Daniels Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Crosby Wehr Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Ryan Coogler B. Mooshagian Steve Mooshagian Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Tyson Butler Linebacker Head Coach...Steve Mooshagian Alma Mater, Year...Fresno State, 1982 Record at SAC (4th year) Career Record (4th year) Office Phone...(916) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 41/18 Starters Returning/Lost... 18/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-7th) SERIES RESULTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location...Sacramento, California Founded Enrollment... 27,972 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname...Hornets Colors... Green & Gold Home Field... Hornet Stadium Capacity (Surface)... 21,195 (Grass) President...Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director...Terry Wanless MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director... Brian Berger SID ... SID Phone...(916) SID Home Phone...(916) FAX Phone...(916) Press Box Phone...(916) Assistant SID...Ryan Bjork Asst. SID ... Website... Idaho State owns a two-gme winning streak over the Hornets after their first win in Sacramento * The win last year was ISU s only road win of the season * Anthony Melvin scored his first career touchdown on a 53-yard fumble return * Josh Barnett has rushed for 100 yards in both of his career meetings with the Hornets * ISU s 17 first quarter points against Sacramento State last year was a season-high * The Bengals have won the last three meetings between the two clubs in Pocatello, but all three were by just NOTES* one score * ISU has never had a 100-yard receiving game vs. Sacramento State SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series 5-5 Current Winning Streak: Idaho State, 2 Home: 4-1 Away: 1-4 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...10/22... W... W H...10/23... W... (HC) A...9/27... L H...9/28... W A...9/22... L H...9/23... W A...11/6... L H...11/7... L A...10/4... L H...10/5... W TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST SACRAMENTO STATE Rushing: Isaac Mitchell, 160 yards, Cleavon Bradshaw, 146 yards, Nick Whitworth, 135 yards, Nick Whitworth, 134 yards, Josh Barnett, 122 yards, Passing: Doug Baughman, 392 yards, Mark Hetherington, 354 yards, Receiving: No 100-yard receiving games Idaho State University Football Media Guide

65 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Cheney, Washington Founded Enrollment... 9,968 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname... Eagles Colors... Red & White Home Field... Woodward Field Capacity (Surface)... 8,600 (Grass) President... Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Interim Athletic Director...Pam Parks MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information Director...Dave Cook SID SID Phone...(509) SID Home Phone...(509) FAX Phone...(509) Press Box Phone...(509) Assistant SID...TBA Asst. SID ...TBA Website... SERIES RESULTS Paul Wulff Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Brandon Keeler Safety Head Coach... Paul Wulff Alma Mater, Year... Washington State, 1990 Record at EWU (7th year) Career Record (7th year) Office Phone... (509) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 39/21 Starters Returning/Lost... 14/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-1st) Pago Togafau was the national Defensive Player of the Week after recording 13 tackles, an interception, a forced fumble, and two pass break ups after ISU s win over Eastern last year * ISU led 24-7 at the half * 2005 Buchanan candidate Jeff Charleston had three sacks * ISU s win equalled over #5 Eastern equalled the highest-ranked opponent ever beaten by ISU * The win ran ISU s streak of Homecoming wins to five straight * This is the latest meeting between the two clubs since the 2001 season when NOTES* they met Nov. 24 after the original game was postponed due to the 9/11 tragedy. SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series 9-18 Current Winning Streak: Idaho State, 1 Home: 5-11 Away: 4-7 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score H...9/24... W A...9/25... L H...10/4... W... (2 OT) A...10/5... W H...11/24... L A...9/16... L A...10/16... L H...10/17... L... (HC) A...10/25... L H...10/26... L... (HC) Complete series information on page 85 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST EASTERN WASHINGTON Rushing: Isaac Mitchell, 186 yards, Merril Hoge, 149 yards, Bus Connor, 142 yards, Scott Hersley, 131 yards, Rob Vera, 125 yards, Passing: Kevin McCarthy, 477 yards, Vern Harris, 418 yards, Trevor Cavanaugh, 399 yards, Mark Hetherington, 386 yards, Doug Baughman, 364 yards, Receiving: Eugene Mirador, 160 yards, Al Smith, 151 yards, Brett Fowler, 119 yards, Charles James, 119 yards, Nick Whitworth, 114 yards, GAME 10 November 11 Woodward Field (8,600) Kickoff: 3:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Aug. 31 at Oregon State 8:05 pm Sept. 9 at West Virginia TBA Sept. 16 *Central Washington 7:05 pm Sept. 23 *at Montana State 1:05 pm Sept. 30 *Sacramento State 3:05 pm Oct. 7 *Montana 3:05 pm Oct. 14 *at Northern Colorado 1:35 pm Oct. 21 *at Portland State 7:05 pm Oct. 28 *Northern Arizona 3:05 pm Nov. 4 at Weber State 1:05 pm Nov. 11 *Idaho State 3:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (7-5, 5-2) Sept. 3 at San Jose State L Sept. 17 Western Oregon W 48-7 Sept. 24 *at Idaho State L Oct. 1 *Portland State W Oct. 8 *at Northern Arizona W Oct. 15 *at Montana W Oct. 22 *Weber State L Oct. 29 *at Sacramento State W Nov. 5 at Cal Poly L Nov. 12 *Montana State W Nov. 19 UC Davis W 24-7 Nov. 26 #at Northern Iowa L LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Ryan Cole Dale Morris Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Chris Peerboom Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Tyler Coleman Tim Calhoun Idaho State University Football Media Guide 63

66 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GENERAL INFORMATION Location... Odgen, Utah Founded Enrollment... 19,506 Affiliation...NCAA I-AA Conference... Big Sky Nickname...Wildcats Colors... Purple & White Home Field... Stewart Stadium Capacity (Surface)... 17,500 (Grass) President... Dr. Ann Millner Interim Athletic Director...Jerry Graybeal MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant A.D./Media Relations...Brad Larsen SID ... SID Phone...(801) SID Home Phone...(801) FAX Phone...(801) Press Box Phone...(801) Assistant SID... Paul Grua Asst. SID Website... SERIES RESULTS Idaho State University Football Media Guide Ron McBride Head Coach TEAM INFORMATION Ian Pizarro Quarterback Head Coach...Ron McBride Alma Mater, Year... San Jose State, 1962 Record at WSU (2nd year) Career Record (14th year) Office Phone... (801) Best Time to Call...Mornings Lettermen Returning/Lost... 27/20 Starters Returning/Lost... 12/ Overall Record Conference Record Big Sky (T-4th) Larry Lewis spent seven years as an assistant coach at Weber State prior to heading to Washington State * ISU s only I-AA shutout in the Larry Lewis era was a 34-0 whitewash against Weber State in 2002 * The Bengals have lost 20 of the past 22 games against the Wildcats * ISU defeated Weber State in triple overtime to win the 1981 outright Big Sky title * ISU and Weber State are meeting for the final game of the season for the first time since 1997 * The last time the two teams played on November 18 was a NOTES* Bengal win * Last year s game was played in sloppy conditions SERIES INFORMATION Idaho State trails series Current Winning Streak: Weber State, 3 Home: 8-15 Away: 6-16 Neutral: 0-0 Last 10 Meetings: Year... Site... Date... Res... Score A...10/29... L H...10/30... L A...10/25... L H...10/26... W A...10/27... L H...10/28... L A...9/18... L H...9/19... L A...11/22... L H...11/23... L Complete series information on page 87 TOP BENGAL PERFORMANCES AGAINST WEBER STATE Rushing: Eddie McGill, 178 yards, Merril Hoge, 167 yards, Mike Jones, 132 yards, George Kelley, 124 yards, Corky Federico, 124 yards, Passing: Jaosn Whitmer, 469 yards, Mike Machurek, 355 yards, Doug Baughman, 320 yards, Jason Whitmer, 312 yards, Vern Harris, 311 yards, Receiving: Kevin Pettit, 174 yards, Sylvester Jones, 149 yards, Shawn Beals, 146 yards, Tom Hofmann, 138 yards, Rod Childs, 130 yards, GAME 11 November 18 Holt Arena (12,000) Kickoff: 3:05 pm 2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 at Colorado State 3:05 pm Sept. 9 Cal Poly 7:05 pm Sept. 16 Southern Utah 7:05 pm Sept. 23 *Portland State 6:05 pm Sept. 29 *Northern Colorado 7:05 pm Oct. 7 *at Sacramento State 7:05 pm Oct. 21 *Montana 1:05 pm Oct. 28 *at Montana State 1:35 pm Nov. 4 *Eastern Washington 2:05 pm Nov. 11 *at Northern Arizona 3:05 pm Nov. 18 *at Idaho State 3:05 pm 2005 RESULTS (6-5, 4-3) Sept. 3 Western State W 61-0 Sept. 10 at Fresno State L Sept. 17 at North Dakota State L 0-41 Sept. 24 *Northern Arizona W Oct. 1 *at Montana L Oct. 8 *Montana State L Oct. 15 *Sacramento State W Oct. 22 *at Eastern Washington W Oct. 29 *Idaho State W Nov. 12 *at Portland State L Nov. 19 at Southern Utah W LEADING RETURNEES Rushing Att Yds Avg TD LG Zach Hall Adrian Conway Passing Comp Att Yds TD Int Ian Pizarro Shawn Woods Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD LG Terry Larsen Drew Dukeshite

67 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Chattanooga, TN (Sports Network) - Idaho State defensive end Jared Allen was named the 10th winner of the Buck Buchanan Award at the Division I-AA College Football Awards on the eve of the 2003 I-AA national championship. The Buchanan Award is presented annually to the top defensive player in I-AA football. The fourth-round draft choice of the Kansas City Chiefs recorded 17.5 sacks, 102 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles, three recovered fumbles, and nine pass deflections during 2003, ranking among the Big Sky Conference leaders in several defensive categories. Allen, a First-Team All-America choice, led ISU to an 8-4 record this season, helping the school post its first back-to-back eight win seasons in school history. Idaho State finished the regular season ranked No. 21 in the nation. Said Allen, Being named the recipient of the Buck Buchanan Award is truly an amazing honor. There were so many deserving candidates this year, it was an honor just to be named in such an elite group. A lot of credit to this year goes to our team s successes over the past few years, and most of all to my teammates, because football is a team game. I certainly share this with them. Allen was the eighth consecutive senior to win the award, and the first defensive end since North Carolina A&T s Chris McNeil in Allen was the first player from the Big Sky Conference to win the Buck Buchanan Award and the first Big Sky player to take a major I-AA honor since Northern Arizona s Archie Amerson won the Walter Payton Award in Allen was at his best in the Bengals seven conference games, posting all but two of his sacks in league play. The Los Gatos, CA native was basically unblockable against opponents such as Eastern Washington (4 sacks), Montana (3.5 sacks), Weber State (2 sacks), and Portland State (2 sacks). After recording just four tackles for loss through the first four games, Allen exploded fro 24 in his final eight contests combined. The senior had a string of three straight games with a forced fumble, and ended the year by recovering a trio of fumbles in his final two outings. On the offensive end, the 6-6, 275-pounder lined up to catch at three-yard touchdown pass in an upset of Cal Poly on Nov. 15th. Allen finished his outstanding collegiate career with 38.5 sacks and 250 tackles. Allen received 28 first-place votes and 253 points from the panel of 91 I-AA sports information directors and selected media. Following Allen in the voting were Illinois State linebacker Boomer Grigsby, who earned 13 first-place votes and 193 total points, and Wofford safety Matt Nelson, who registered 10 first-place votes and 160 total points. Grigsby eventually became a teammate of Allen s in Kansas City. The Buck Buchanan Award was established in 1995 by The Sports Network. The Award is named for All-Pro defensive end Junious Buck Buchanan, who played for the Kansas City Chiefs after beginning his career at Grambling State University. Former Buchanan winners include Dallas Cowboys All-Pro linebacker Dexter Coakley (Appalachian State, 1995, 1996), Baltimore Ravens starting LB Ed Hartwell (Western Illinois, 2000), and Jacksonville Jaguars starting defensive back Rashean Mathis (Bethune-Cookman, 2002). UNLV * Las Vegas, NV Depart: Friday, Sept. 1 via charter plane (Pocatello Airport) Hotel: Alexis Park Resort & Spa 375 E. Harmon Las Vegas, NV Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game Idaho * Moscow, ID Depart: Friday, Sept. 15 via charter plane (Pocatello Airport) Hotel: Red Lion Hotel - Lewiston st Street Lewiston, ID Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game Northern Colorado * Greeley, CO Depart: Friday, Oct. 6 via charter plane (Pocatello Airport) Hotel: The Radisson - Longmont 1900 Ken Pratt Blvd. Longmont CO Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game Portland State * Portland, OR Depart: Friday, Oct. 13 via charter plane (Pocatello Airport) Hotel: Embassy Suites Hotel Portland - Washington Square 9000 S.W. Washington Square Road Tigard, OR Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game Montana * Missoula, MT Depart: Friday, Oct. 27 via charter bus (Holt Arena) Hotel: Ruby s Inn & Convention Center 4825 North Reserve Missoula, MT Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game Eastern Washington * Cheney, WA Depart: Friday, Nov. 10 via charter plane (Pocatello Airport) Hotel: Red Lion Hotel - Spokane W. 303 North River Drive Spokane, WA Front Desk: Fax: Website: Return: Immediately After Game 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 65

68 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y The Big Sky Conference The Big Sky Conference enters its 44th year of athletic competition in by welcoming a ninth member. The University of Northern Colorado officially became a member of the Big Sky Conference on July 1, The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified as I-AA in football. The Big Sky returns to a nine-team format after spending five years as an eight-member league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in I-AA football. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001, giving the Big Sky its current makeup. With the addition of Northern Colorado, the Big Sky spreads across seven states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and now Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled The Big Sky. Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State, and Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men s and women s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women s volleyball, golf and soccer. The season will mark the 19th year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from , sponsoring championships for women s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 12th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from while John Roning held the post from The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from Idaho State University Football Media Guide Big Sky Address P.O. Box Washington Blvd., Suite 201 Ogden, UT Phone Numbers Phone: Fax: Web Site Staff Commissioner... Doug Fullerton , Ext. 10 Associate Commissioner... Ron Loghry , Ext. 14 (home) Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations... Jon Kasper , Ext. 16 (home) Asst. Comm./Compliance... Jaynee Nadolski , Ext. 12 (home) Administrative Assistant... Janet Carpenter , Ext. 10 Business Manager... Christy Hatley , Ext. 13 Doug Fullerton Commissioner Jon Kasper Asst. Commissioner/ Media Relations Doug Toole Coordinator of Football Officials 2005 BIG SKY CONFERENCE FINAL FOOTBALL STANDINGS Ron Loghry Associate Commissioner Jaynee Nadolski Asst. Commissioner/ Compliance BIG SKY GAMES ALL GAMES W L PCT. PF PA W L PCT. PF PA STREAK Eastern Washington* Lost 1 Montana State Won 1 Montana^ Lost 2 Portland State Won 1 Weber State Won 1 Idaho State Lost 2 Sacramento State Lost 5 Northern Arizona Lost 1 ^Clinched share of the regular season title and advanced to I-AA playoffs *Earned automatic bid to playoffs Autumn Wehr Media Relations

69 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Wide Receivers - Eric Kimble, Sr., Eastern Washington Shaun Bodiford, Sr., Portland State Rick Gatewood, Sr., Montana State Tackles - Paul McQuistan, Sr., Weber State Brad Rhoades, Sr., Montana Guards - Matt Alfred, So. Eastern Washington Brennan Carvalha, So. Portland State Centers - Jeff Bolton, Sr. Montana State Tight End - Scott Weaver, Sr., Portland State Quarterbacks - Erik Meyer, Jr., Eastern Washington Running Backs - Joe Rubin, Sr., Portland State Lex Hilliard, Jr. Montana Fullback - Allen Kennett, Sr., Portland State Place Kicker - Jaret Johnson, Sr., Idaho State Return Specialist - Tuff Harris, Jr., Montana SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Wide Receivers - Raul Vijil, Sr., Eastern Washington Lynzell Jackson, Sr., Weber State Eddie Thompson, Fr., Idaho State Kory Mahr, So., Northern Arizona Tackles - Joe Hirst, Jr., Montana State Peter St. John, So., Portland State Guards - Lawrence Figueroa, Sr., Montana State Pat McQuistan, Sr., Weber State Center - Jeff Marshall, Jr., Montana Kraig Sigler, Sr., Eastern Washington Quarterback - Travis Lulay, Sr., Montana State Running Backs - Ryan Cole, Jr., Eastern Washington Ryan Mole, So., Sacramento State Fullback - Lars Slind, Sr., Eastern Washington Place Kicker - Dan Carpenter, So., Montana Return Specialist - Kris Daniels, Jr., Sacramento State AWARD WINNERS Offensive Most Outstanding Player - Erik Meyer, QB, Eastern Washington FIRST TEAM DEFENSE Tackles - Alan Saenz, Sr., Montana Shane Barkdull, Sr., Weber State Ends - Jeff Charleston, Sr., Idaho State Brady Fosmark, Sr., Weber State Outside Linebackers - Joey King, Sr., Portland State Matt Logue, Sr., Sacramento State Inside Linebackers - Joey Cwik, Sr., Eastern Washington Pago Togafau, Jr., Idaho State Cornerbacks - Dominic Dixon, Jr., Portland State Jesse Hendrix, Sr., Eastern Washington Safeties - Bryant Jarrett, So., Eastern Washington Dallas Drecksel, Sr., Weber State Punter - Rhian Madrid, Jr., Northern Arizona Special Teams - Brady Green, Jr., Montana SECOND TEAM DEFENSE Tackles - Aaron Papich, So., Montana State Harrison Nikoloa, Sr., Eastern Washington Ends - Mike Murphy, Jr., Montana Lance Spencer, Sr., Montana Outside Linebackers - Nick Marudas, Sr., Montana State Shane MacIntyre, Sr., Montana Inside Linebackers - Mac Mollohan, Sr., Montana State Epikopo King, So., Montana State Cornerbacks - D.J. Clark, Idaho State K.J. Gerard, So., Northern Arizona Safeties - Ryan Force, Jr., Montana State Brandon Keeler, Jr., Eastern Washington Brett Shelton, So., Sacramento State Punter - Tyson Johnson, Jr., Montana Special Teams - Kenneth Mackins, So. Portland State Defensive Most Outstanding Player - Jeff Charleston, DE, Idaho State; Matt Logue, LB, Sacramento State; Joey Cwik, LB, Eastern Washington Newcomer of the Year - Jeff Charleston, DE, Idaho State Coach of the Year - Paul Wulff, Eastern Washington; Mike Kramer, Montana State HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE Wide Receivers - Craig McIntyre, EWU; Shedrack Okoebor, ISU; Jon Talmage, UM; Ryan Bagley, UM; Tramaine Murray, MSU; Chaz Guinn, MSU; Alex Watson, NAU; Ryan Coogler, SAC; Bobby Mooshagian, SAC; Terry Larsen, WSU Tackles - Shawn Oram, ISU; Dustin Nicolodi, SAC, David Hale, WSU Guards - Rocki Hanni, EWU; Evan Dietrich-Smith, ISU; Clifton Buckway, ISU Center - George Yarno, ISU; Antonio Narcisse, PSU Tight End - Brandon Mennear, ISU; Elliott Barnhart, MSU; Adam Whitehead, PSU; Drew Dukeshire, WSU Quarterback - Ian Pizarro, WSU Running Back - Josh Barnett, ISU; Zach Hall, WSU Fullback - Ken Cornist, ISU; Ross Brunelle, UM Return Specialist - Kenyon Blue, ISU; Brandon Anthony, NAU; Brendan Ferrigno, PSU; Bryant Eteuanti, WSU HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE Tackles - Jermaine Horn, ISU; James Drake, ISU; Matthris Gehring, PSU,; Casey Tyler, PSU; Walter Brock, SAC; Derek Johnson, WSU Ends - Dustin Schroader, ISU; Clive Lowe, MSU; Ryan Friesen, PSU; Mike Brannon, SAC Outside Linebacker - Nick Denbeigh,EWU; Atelea Raass, ISU; Bruce Branch, NAU; Tyler DeBry, WSU; Steve Shinen, PSU Inside Linebackers - David Eneberg, EWU, Tyler Joyce, UM, Chris Hunsaker, NAU; George Quijano, PSU; Tyson Butler, SAC Cornerbacks - Tuff Harris, UM; Jimmy WIlson, UM; Kahiam Hunter, MSU; Odell Jackson, PSU; Brandon Smith, SAC; Curlee Dorn, WSU Safeties - Quinton Freeman, ISU; Tyler Thomas, UM, Torrey Thomas, UM; Toph Grenfell, MSU; Jordan Senn, PSU; Brent Webber, SAC; John McBride, WSU Punter - Dan Zeidman, ISU; Travis Lulay, MSU; Mitch Lively, SAC Special Teams - Grant Elliott, MSU; Torrell Baker, SAC; Geoff Ducksworth, NAU; Shea Emery, EWU Jaret Johnson 1st Team All-Big Sky Placekicker Pago Togafau 1st Team All-Big Sky Inside Linebacker Jeff Charleston 1st Team All-Big Sky Defensive End Eddie Thompson 2nd Team All-Big Sky Wide Receiver D.J. Clark 2nd Team All-Big Sky Cornerback 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 67

70 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y SCORING OFFENSE...G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg Eastern Washington (13) Portland State (36) Idaho State (45) Montana (58) Weber State (60) Montana State (61) Northern Arizona (84) Sacramento State (100) TOTAL OFFENSE... G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Y/G Eastern Washington (4) Weber State (42) Montana State (50) Portland State (61) Idaho State (67) Montana (86) Northern Arizona (95) Sacramento State (105) OPPONENT PENALTIES...G Pen Yards Avg Northern Arizona Idaho State Weber State Eastern Washington Portland State Montana Montana State Sacramento State SCORING DEFENSE...G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg Montana (15) Montana State (38) Eastern Washington (44) Portland State (52) Weber State (55) Idaho State (76) Northern Arizona (87) Sacramento State (98) TOTAL DEFENSE... G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Y/G Montana State (32) Idaho State (33) Montana (41) Weber State (47) Eastern Washington (61) Portland State (63) Sacramento State (65) Northern Arizona (74) TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS... G Conv Att Pct Portland State Montana State Northern Arizona Idaho State Montana Eastern Washington Sacramento State Weber State PASS OFFENSE... G Cmp Att I Pct Yds Avg TD Y/G Eastern Washington (2) Montana State (26) Weber State (37) Northern Arizona 47) Idaho State (58) Portland State (80) Montana (90) Sacramento State (94) PUNT RETURNS...G Ret Yds TD Avg Portland State (18) Montana (20) Idaho State (22) Montana State (23) Northern Arizona (31) Eastern Washington (49) Weber State (65) Sacramento State (110) OPP. 4TH-DOWN CONV.... G Conv Att Pct Idaho State Montana Montana State Eastern Washington Northern Arizona Sacramento State Weber State Portland State PASS DEFENSE... G Cmp Att I Pct Yds Avg TD Y/G Montana State (16) Weber State (41) Eastern Washington (68) Montana (78) Sacramento State (82) Northern Arizona (83) Idaho State (87) Portland State (103) PASS EFFICIENCY...G Cmp Att I PCT Yds TD Eff Eastern Washington (7) Weber State (47) Montana State (48) Portland State (57) Montana (83) Northern Arizona (97) Idaho State (104) Sacramento State (108) RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS... G Conv Att Pct Eastern Washington Montana State Weber State Idaho State Portland State Sacramento State Northern Arizona Montana KICKOFF RETURNS... G Ret Yds TD Avg Montana (9) Portland State (20) Sacramento State (24) Eastern Washington (37) Northern Arizona (45) Weber State (50) Idaho State (73) Montana State (97) PASS EFF. DEFENSE...G Cmp Att I PCT Yds TD Eff Eastern Washington (14) Weber State (16) Montana State (18) Montana (21) Sacramento State (42) Portland State (43) Northern Arizona (57) Idaho State (70) OPP 3RD-DOWN CONV.... G Conv Att Pct Idaho State Montana State Weber State Montana Sacramento State Portland State Eastern Washington Northern Arizona NET PUNTING G Punts Yds Avg Ret Yds Avg Net/P Northern Arizona (3) Montana (8) Montana State (21) Idaho State (41) Portland State (42) Sacramento State (65) Eastern Washington (83) Weber State (112) FIRST DOWNS...G Rush Pass Pen Total Eastern Washington Montana State Idaho State Montana Portland State Weber State Northern Arizona Sacramento State SACKS AGAINST... G Sacks Yards Portland State Idaho State Weber State Montana State Montana Northern Arizona Sacramento State Eastern Washington Gained-- ---Lost--- TURNOVER MARGIN.G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar P/G Montana (6) Portland State (7) Eastern Washington (32) Weber State (59) Sacramento State (81) Northern Arizona (90) Montana State (90) Idaho State (101) RUSHING OFFENSE... G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G Portland State (27) Montana (48) Weber State (52) Idaho State (53) Eastern Washington (69) Montana State (74) Sacramento State (80) Northern Arizona (112) RUSHING DEFENSE... G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G Idaho State (19) Portland State (25) Montana (32) Sacramento State (53) Weber State (58) Eastern Washington (60) Northern Arizona (66) Montana State (69) OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS...G Rush Pass Pen Total Idaho State Weber State Montana Sacramento State Montana State Northern Arizona Portland State Eastern Washington SACKS BY...G Sacks Yards Weber State Idaho State Montana State Montana Portland State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Eastern Washington PENALTIES...G Pen Yards Avg Idaho State Weber State Montana State Portland State Montana Northern Arizona Eastern Washington Sacramento State FIELD GOALS...G Made Att Pct Idaho State Montana State Northern Arizona Montana Eastern Washington Weber State Portland State Sacramento State PAT KICKING...G Made Att Pct Northern Arizona Portland State Eastern Washington Sacramento State Montana Weber State Idaho State Montana State TIME OF POSSESSION... G Total Time Avg/G Eastern Washington :38 31:23 Sacramento State :32 29:57 Portland State :22 29:56 Idaho State :45 29:53 Weber State :57 29:27 Montana :12 28:21 Montana State :11 28:11 Northern Arizona :40 28: Idaho State University Football Media Guide

71 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l RUSHING... Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G Joe Rubin (3)...PSU Sr Lex Hilliard (19)...UM Jr Ryan Mole (43)...SAC So Zach Hall (58)...WSU Jr Ryan Cole (71)...EWU Jr Josh Barnett (76)... ISU So Ken Cornist (80)... ISU Fr Travis Lulay... MSU Sr Philo Sanchez...NAU Sr PUNT RETURNS... Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Avg Brendan Ferrigno... PSU Jr Tuff Harris...UM Jr Eric Kimble... EWU Sr Brandon Anthony...NAU Jr Kenyon Blue...ISU So Bryant Eteuati... WSU Fr PAT KICKING PCT...Team Cl G Made Att Pct. Robbie Dehaze... NAU Fr Sheldon Weddle... EWU Jr Eric Azorr... PSU Jr Juan Gamboa... SAC Fr Dan Carpenter... UM So Joe Johnson... WSU Sr Jaret Johnson...ISU Sr Jeff Hastings...MSU Jr PASSING...Team Cl G A Cmp I Pct Yds TD Avg Erik Meyer (2)... EWU Sr Travis Lulay (21)...MSU Sr Ian Pizarro (29)... WSU Jr Matt Hagler (47)...ISU So Jason Murrieta (51)... NAU Jr Sawyer Smith (55)... PSU Jr Cole Bergquist (92)... UM Fr TOTAL OFFENSE... Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G Erik Meyer (2)...EWU Sr Travis Lulay (8)... MSU Sr Ian Pizarro (37)...WSU Jr Matt Hagler (63)... ISU So Sawyer Smith (66)...PSU Jr Jason Murietta (69)...NAU Jr Joe Rubin (75)...PSU Sr Cole Bergquist...UM Fr Lex Hilliard...UM Jr Ryan Mole...SAC So REC./GAME... Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Rec/G Eric Kimble (5)... EWU Sr Raul Vijil (17)... EWU Sr Alex Watson (43)...NAU So Shaun Bodiford (54)... PSU Sr Eddie Thompson (65)...ISU Fr Jon Talmage (68)...UM Sr Ryan Bagley (70)...UM So Ryan Coogler (78)... SAC Jr Tramaine Murray (82)...MSU Sr Chaz Guinn (82)...MSU Sr REC. YDS/GAME...Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Yds/G Eric Kimble (5)... EWU Sr Raul Vijil (12)... EWU Sr Tramaine Murray (57)...MSU Sr Lynzell Blackmon (60)... WSU Sr Terry Larsen (70)... WSU Jr Alex Watson (79)... NAU So Craig McIntyre (90)... EWU Sr Shaun Bodiford... PSU Sr Chaz Guinn...MSU Sr ALL PURPOSE...Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg Joe Rubin (7)...PSU Sr Eric Kimble (13)...EWU Sr Shaun Bodiford (39)...PSU Sr Lex Hilliard (40)... UM Jr Ryan Mole (54)...SAC So Kenyon Blue (77)... ISU So Philo Sanchez (93)... NAU Sr Wiley King...WSU Sr Tramaine Murray... MSU Sr Raul Vijil...EWU Sr INTERCEPTIONS... Team Cl G Int Yds TD Avg K.J. Gerard (38)...NAU So Torrey Thomas (58)...UM So Toph Grenfell (84)...MSU Sr Dominic Dixon (84)... PSU Jr Brandon Smith (84)... SAC Sr Marcus Mcllwain (84)...NAU Fr D.J. Clark (84)...ISU Fr Jimmy Wilson...UM So Tyler Thomas...UM Sr Brent Webber... SAC So PASS EFFICIENCY...Team Cl G A C I Pct. Yds TD Eff. Erik Meyer (4)...EWU Sr Ian Pizarro (45)...WSU Jr Travis Lulay (47)...MSU Sr Sawyer Smith (56)...PSU Jr Matt Hagler (72)...ISU So Cole Bergquist (84)... UM Fr Jason Murietta (87)... NAU Jr PUNT RETURNS... Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Avg KICKOFF RETURNS... Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Avg Kris Daniels (7)... SAC Jr Rob Schulte (14)...UM Fr Shaun Bodiford (27)... PSU Sr Philo Sanchez (40)...NAU Sr Brandon Anthony (64)...NAU Jr Kenyon Blue (69)...ISU So Chris Clark (85)...UM So Tramaine Murray (93)...MSU Sr Wiley King (94)... WSU Sr Jevon Miller...MSU Sr PUNTING...Team Cl G Punt Yds Avg Rhian Madrid (4)... NAU Jr Travis Lulay (16)...MSU Sr Tyson Johnson (17)... UM Jr Dan Zeidman (21)...ISU So Mitch Lively (31)... SAC Jr Andrew Levers (33)... PSU Jr Wyatt Kennah (63)... WSU Sr SCORING... Team Cl G TD XPT FG Pts Pts/G Joe Rubin (9)...PSU Sr Ken Cornist (20)... ISU Fr Ryan Cole (31)...EWU Jr Jaret Johnson (37)... ISU Sr Sheldon Weddle (45)...EWU Jr Lex Hilliard (51)...UM Jr Jeff Hastings (57)... MSU Jr Joe Johnson (73)...WSU Sr Dan Carpenter (74)...UM So Eric Kimble (85)...EWU Sr SCORING (TDs)... Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts P/G Joe Rubin... PSU Sr Ken Cornist...ISU Fr Ryan Cole... EWU Jr Lex Hilliard...UM Jr Eric Kimble... EWU Sr Allen Kennett... PSU Sr Zach Hall... WSU Jr Kory Mahr...NAU So Raul Vijil... EWU Sr Craig McIntyre... EWU Sr SCORING (KICK)... Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts P/G Jaret Johnson... ISU Sr Sheldon Weddle... EWU Jr Jeff Hastings... MSU Jr Joe Johnson... WSU Sr Dan Carpenter...UM So Eric Azorr... PSU Jr Robbie Dehaze...NAU Fr Juan Gamboa... SAC Fr FIELD GOALS... Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. FG/G Jaret Johnson (6)... ISU Sr Jeff Hastings (8)... MSU Jr Joe Johnson (14)...WSU Sr Dan Carpenter (19)...UM So Sheldon Weddle (26)...EWU Jr Eric Azorr (51)...PSU Jr Robbie Dehaze (67)...NAU Fr Juan Gamboa (78)...SAC Fr FIELD GOAL PCT...Team Cl G FG FGA Long Pct. Jaret Johnson...ISU Sr Jeff Hastings...MSU Jr Robbie Dehaze... NAU Fr Dan Carpenter... UM So Sheldon Weddle... EWU Jr Joe Johnson... WSU Sr Eric Azorr... PSU Jr Juan Gamboa... SAC Fr PASSES DEFENDED... Team Cl Gm Brup Int Total Jesse Hendriz... EWU Sr Jimmy Wilson...UM So K.J. Gerard...NAU So Kris Theus...NAU Jr Curlee Dorn... WSU Sr Toph Grenfell...MSU Sr Dominic Dixon... PSU Jr Brandon Smith... SAC Sr John Collins... WSU So Nick Denbeigh... EWU Jr TACKLES (All positions) Player...Team Cl G UA A Total Avg/G Sck Matt Logue (36)...SAC Sr Pago Togafau (39)... ISU JR Joey Cwik (99)...EWU Sr Nick Marudas... MSU Sr Brett Shelton...SAC So Ryan Force... MSU Jr Bruce Branch... NAU Sr Dallas Drecksel...WSU Sr Epikopo King... MSU So Tyler DeBry...WSU Jr Tyler Jones... UM So George Quijano...PSU Sr John McBride...WSU Sr Quinton Freeman... ISU Sr K.J. Gerard... NAU So Toph Grenfell... MSU Sr Joey King...PSU Sr Jeff Singleton... NAU Sr Kyle Ryan... UM So Eric Jones...WSU Sr Nick Denbeigh...EWU Jr Jordan Senn...PSU So Brady Fosmark...WSU Sr Chris Hunsaker... NAU Jr Brent Webber...SAC So SACKS... Team Cl G UA A Yds Total Avg Jeff Charleston (5)... ISU Sr Nick Marudas (17)... MSU Sr Ryan Friesen (17)...PSU Sr Shane Barkdull (22)...WSU Sr Brady Fosmark (22)...WSU Sr Tyson Butler (41)...SAC Jr Mike Murphy (53)...UM Jr Dustin Schroader (53)... ISU Sr TACKLES/LOSS... Team Cl G UA A Yds Total Avg Jeff Charleston (7)... ISU Sr Matt Logue (27)...SAC Sr Brady Fosmark (17)...WSU Sr Ryan Friesen (50)...PSU Sr Nick Marudas (69)... MSU Sr Shane Barkdull (93)...WSU Sr Chris Hunsaker (93)...NAU Jr Atelea Raass... ISU Jr Mike Brannon...SAC Fr Clive Lowe... MSU Jr FUMBLES FORCED... Team Cl Gms Num Mike Murphy (5)...UM Jr 11 5 Ryan Friesen (8)...PSU Sr 11 4 Muhammad Shamsid-Deen...EWU Sr 12 3 Garrett Quinn (55)...EWU Sr 9 2 Tyler Corwin...UM Fr 10 2 Tyler DeBry...WSU Jr 11 2 D.J. Wade...NAU Jr 11 2 Quinton Freeman... ISU Sr 11 2 Isaiah Trufant...EWU Sr 6 2 Nick Marudas... MSU Sr 11 2 FUMBLES RECOVERED... Team Cl Gms Num Shane Barkdull...WSU Sr 11 4 Matt Logue...SAC Sr 11 3 Shane McIntyre...UM Sr 12 2 Isaiah Trufant...EWU Sr 6 2 Kory Bierman...UM So 12 2 Max Moala...WSU Fr 10 2 Brian Jarrett...EWU So 12 2 Alan Saenz...UM Sr 11 2 Randy Kirschman...NAU Jr 7 2 Aaron Papich... MSU So Idaho State University Football Media Guide 69

72 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Date W-L Score Opponent Attendance Sep. 1 W Southern Utah 7,301 Sep. 10 L at Kentucky 59,519 Sep. 17 W 37-0 Montana-Western 7,546 Sep. 24 W *#5 Eastern Washington 9,405 Oct. 1 L *#12 at Montana State 14,127 Oct. 8 L *#4 Montana 10,273 Oct. 21 W *at Sacramento State 4,451 Oct. 29 L *at Weber State 7,654 Nov. 5 W *Portland State 7,874 Nov. 12 L *at Northern Arizona 5,020 Nov. 19 L at #13 Cal Poly 6,339 TEAM STATISTICS ISU OPP 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 Att-Comp-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 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME... 30:09 29:50 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS... 64/174 56/155 3rd-Down Pct... 37% 36% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS... 12/26 3/11 4th-Down Pct... 46% 27% SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game... 5/8480 6/16185 Neutral Site Games... 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS OT Total Idaho State Opponents RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Josh Barnett Ken Cornist Eddie Thompson Turill Engelman Kenyon Blue George Barnes Brian Zeches Hayden Plocher Team Luke Sniewski Matt Hagler Total Opponents Idaho State University Football Media Guide PASSING GP Effic A-C-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Matt Hagler Luke Sniewski Brian Zeches Eddie Thompson Shedrack Okoebor Akliah Lacey Total Opponents RECEIVING...GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Eddie Thompson Shedrack Okoebor Kenyon Blue Akliah Lacey Ken Cornist Dane Simmons Josh Barnett Brandon Mennear Bruce Minnett Jon Winn Colin Poe Turill Engelman Hunter Rodriguez Bryce Metcalf George Barnes Total Opponents PUNT RETURNS... No. Yds Avg TD Long Kenyon Blue Eddie Thompson Shedrack Okoebor Sterling Mennear Total Opponents Akilah Lacey caught 22 balls for 303 yards and two touchdowns in INTERCEPTIONS... No. Yds Avg TD Long D.J. Clark Anthony Melvin Pago Togafau Jermaine Horn Sye Sweat Atelea Raass Quinton Freeman Dustin Murray Total Opponents KICK RETURNS... No. Yds Avg TD Long Kenyon Blue Luc Martin Bryce Metcalf Dane Simmons Ken Cornist Eddie Thompson Zach Raphael Total Opponents FUMBLE RETURNS... No. Yds Avg TD Long Dustin Murray Anthony Melvin Total Opponents

73 b e n g a l PATs SCORING...TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Ken Cornist Jaret Johnson Matt Hagler Josh Barnett Shedrack Okoebor Akliah Lacey Sterling Mennear Anthony Melvin Dane Simmons Kenyon Blue Eddie Thompson Brandon Mennear Team Total Opponents Ken Cornist burst on the scene as a freshman, rushing for nearly 800 yards, but setting the ISU record for touchdowns by a freshman with 15, and points by a freshman with 90. TOTAL OFFENSE...G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Matt Hagler Josh Barnett Ken Cornist Luke Sniewski Eddie Thompson Shedrack Okoebor Turill Engelman Kenyon Blue George Barnes Brian Zeches Hayden Plocher Team Total Opponents FIELD GOALS TOT.. Pct Lg Blk Jaret Johnson Totals Opponents PUNTING... No. Yards Avg Long TB FC I20 Blk Dan Zeidman Team Total Opponents KICKOFFS...No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Ryan Slack Jaret Johnson Dan Zeidman Total Opponents f o o t b a l l FG SEQUENCE... Idaho State... Opponents Southern Utah...(37), at Kentucky...(32), (50), (31)...36 Montana-Western... (24)...48 Eastern Washington...(22), (28)...(22) at Montana State...(21), (38)... (25), 41 Montana... 53, (32)... (37), (29), (34) at Sacramento State...(34), (28)...(24) at Weber State (34), (25), (30) Portland State...(24), (54)... (45), (42) at Northern Arizona...(29), (32)... - at Cal Poly... (38)... - Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. All Purpose... G Rush Rec Pr KOR IR Tot Avg/G Kenyon Blue Ken Cornist Josh Barnett Eddie Thompson Shedrack Okoebor Dane Simmons Akliah Lacey Turill Engelman Bryce Metcalf Brandon Mennear George Barnes Jon Winn Bruce Minnett Luc Martin Atelea Raass Dustin Murray D.J. Clark Sterling Mennear Brian Zeches Zach Raphael Colin Poe Hunter Rodriguez Anthony Melvin Hayden Plocher Jermaine Horn Quinton Freeman Team Sterling Mennear made a big splash in his first season back from an LDS Mission, starting several games at linebacker, and scoring two special teams touchdowns, recovering a blocked punt in the end zone, and running another block back 26 yards. He also blocked a field goal against Montana State Idaho State University Football Media Guide 71

74 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y - --Tackles Sacks- --Pass Def-- --Fumbles-- Blkd Defense...GP UT AT Total ForLoss No-Yards Int-Yds PD QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 5 Pago Togafau Quinton Freeman Atelea Raass Jeff Charleston Dustin Murray D.J. Clark Jermaine Horn Anthony Melvin Dustin Schroader David Tongelei Sterling Mennear Terrence Calloway Donte Williams James Drake Anthony Henderson Renell Robinson Zach Raphael Randall Smith Sye Sweat Turill Engelman Joe Nelthorpe Josh Barnett Chaz Brewer Ryan Slack Dane Simmons Hayden Plocher Shedrack Okoebor Matt Hagler Brandon McMillin Doug Hurst George Barnes Bruce Minnett Brock Drake Spencer Franz Shawn Oram Eddie Thompson Ken Cornist ISU s defensive leader is Pago Togafau, who recorded 100+ tackles for the second straight season, and he is looking to become the first Bengal to lead the team three straight years in tackles since Ambrose Costa in Atelea Raass was third on the team in tackles and second in tackles for loss last year in his first year as a starter. Raass, who became a U.S. Citizen last year, also recovered a fumble and picked off a pass as well Idaho State University Football Media Guide

75 b e n g a l GAME #1 Idaho State 38, Southern Utah 13 Thursday, Sept. 1, at Holt Arena Idaho State s Matt Hagler threw for a touchdown and passed for another in his first start in nearly six years as Idaho State rolled to a punishing win over Southern Utah in the season opener for both teams. Hagler threw for 210 yards, but was aided by a rushing game that amassed 197 yards, their most since November of Freshman Ken Cornist rushed for 88 yards and three touchdowns, and sophomore Josh Barnett raced for 79 as well. The Bengals defense was stellar throughout the evening, allowing Southern Utah just six yards rushing for the night. Idaho State bolted out to a 28-0 lead before Southern Utah got on the scoreboard just before the half. ISU controlled the ball for over 38 minutes, including 12:18 of the third quarter. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Southern Utah Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Ken Cornist 3 run (Jaret Johnson kick) :35 ISU Akilah Lacey 11 pass from Matt Hagler (Johnson kick)...1-4:34 ISU Cornist 19 run (Johnson kick)...2-9:59 ISU Hagler 1 run (Johnson kick)...2-1:24 SUU Joey Hew Len 26 pass from Zac Connors (Joey Mack kick)...2-0:50 ISU Cornist 1 run (Johnson kick)...3-7:21 SUU Hew Len 59 pass from Connors (kick blocked)...3-2:21 ISU Johnson 37 FG :48 Missed FGs: ISU-Johnson 38 (WR). Attendance: 7,301. Time: 3:00. TEAM STATISTICS... SUU ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...21:28 38:32 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing SUU ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Wes Marshall Ken Cornist Landon Beus Josh Barnett Jamar Lee Turill Engelman Kyle Coop Team Brandon Perkins Matt Hagler Zac Connors TOTALS TOTALS Passing SUU CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Zac Connors Matt Hagler Wes Marshall Brian Zeches TOTALS TOTALS Receiving SUU REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Joey Hew Len Akilah Lacey Larue Bailey Shedrack Okoebor Jerome Eason Eddie Thompson Brett Johansen Ken Cornist Jamar Lee Josh Barnett Dane Westmoreland Kenyon Blue Bobby Pond George Barnes Matt Jacobsen Bryce Metcalf Ryan Larsen Bruce Minnett Kyle Coop TOTALS TOTALS Defense SUU ST-AT-TT: Steve Smith 6-2-8, Josh Raban 5-2-7, Jimmy Judd 5-2-7, La Var Porter 4-3-7, Jonathon King 4-2-6, Matt Hammer 4-2-6, Brian Majors 4-0-4, Levi Erickson 4-0-4, Dave Zelasko 4-0-4, Andrew Taeoalii 3-1-4, Brandon Perkins 3-0-3, Ryan Larsen 2-1-3, Derek Hood 1-2-3, Jason Ripley 0-3-3, Austin Curtis 0-3-3, Bret Albrecht 2-0-2, Jason Lee 2-0-2, Jeff Janes 2-0-2, Brian Kofoed 1-1-2, Kevin Wilks, 1-1-2, Spencer Meier 0-2-2, Jerome Eason 1-0-1, Zac Connors 1-0-1, Kyle Coop SKS-YDS: Erickson PBU: Porter 2, Majors 1, Ripley 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Jeff Charleston 4-2-6, Anthony Henderson 4-2-6, Anthony Melvin 3-1-4, Atelea Raass 2-2-4, D.J. Clark 3-0-3, Dustin Schroader 2-1-3, Donte Williams 2-0-2, Sterling Mennear 2-0-2, Pago Togafau 2-0-2, Dustin Murray 2-0-2, Jermaine Horn 2-0-2, Randall Smith 0-2-2, Renell Robinson 0-2-2, Terrence Calloway 1-0-1, Brandon McMillin 1-0-1, Ryan Slack 1-0-1, Chaz Brewer 1-0-1, Sye Sweat 0-1-1, Quinton Freeman SKS-YDS: Charleston , Dustin Schroader 1-9. INT-YDS: Raass 1-36, Clark 1-1. PBU: Charleston 1, Henderson 1, Horn 1, Calloway 1. FF- Schroader 1. f o o t b a l l GAME #2 Kentucky 41, Idaho State 29 Saturday, Sept. 10, at Commonwealth Stadium Rafael Little of Kentucky returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown with under five minutes to play to thwart Idaho State s upset bid, as the Wildcats held on for a win over the Bengals. ISU had taken a late fourth quarter lead when Shedrack Okoebor swooped in to block a Tim Masthay punt, and Sterling Mennear picked up the ball, running it in from 26 yards out for a score and a ISU lead. The Bengals got a 291-yard performance from Matt Hagler in his second career start, and two rushing touchdowns as well. The Bengals outgained Kentucky , and ISU got a big boost from Jaret Johnson, who kicked a career-high three field goals, including a long of 50. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Kentucky TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT UK Alexin Bwenge 6 run (Taylor Begley kick) :43 ISU Jaret Johnson 32 FG :53 ISU Johnson 50 FG...1-4:54 ISU Johnson 31 FG :18 UK Keenan Burton 31 pass from Andre Woodson (Begley kick)...2-5:19 ISU Matt Hagler 1 run (Johnson kick)...2-0:00 UK Jeremy Drobney 9 pass from Woodson (Begley kick)...3-7:57 UK Arliss Beach 2 run (Begley kick)...3-1:42 ISU Hagler 3 run (Johnson kick)...4-6:54 ISU Sterling Mennear 26 blocked punt return (pass failed)...4-5:06 UK Rafael Little 99 kickoff return (pass failed)...4-4:51 UK Beach 2 run (Begley kick)...4-1:18 Missed FGs: UK-Begley 36 (WR). Attendance: 59,519. Time: 3:19. TEAM STATISTICS...ISU UK FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...33:10 26:50 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG UK ATT YDS TD LG Ken Cornist Rafael Little Josh Barnett Arliss Beach Matt Hagler Glenn Holt Alexis Bwenge Team Andre Woodson TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I UK CMP ATT YDS TD-I Matt Hagler Andre Woodson Akilah Lacey TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG UK REC YDS TD LG Eddie Thompson Tommy Cook Shedrack Okoebor Rafael Little Ken Cornist Keenan Burton Kenyon Blue Jacob Tamme Dane Simmons Scott Mitchell Akilah Lacey Jeremy Drobney Josh Barnett Glenn Holt Arliss Beach TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Atelea Raass 6-2-8, Jermaine Horn 5-2-7, Quinton Freeman 6-0-6, D.J. Clark 5-0-5, Dustin Murray 3-2-5, Pago Togafau 3-1-4, James Drake 2-0-2, Terrence Calloway 2-0-2, Ryan Slack 2-0-2, Jeff Charleston 2-0-2, Dustin Schroader 2-0-2, Josh Barnett 2-0-2, Sye Sweat 1-0-1, Matt Hagler 1-0-1, Eddie Thompson 1-0-1, Joe Nelthorpe 1-0-1, Donte Williams 1-0-1, Renell Robinson 1-0-1, Chaz Brewer 1-0-1, Anthony Melvin 1-0-1, Anthony Henderson SKS-YDS: James Drake , Dustin Schroader PBU: Schroader 1. UK ST-AT-TT: Wesley Woodyard 7-2-9, Ray Fontaine 5-1-6, Travis Day 4-2-6, Muhammad Abdullah 4-2-6, Bo Smith 5-0-5, Jason Leger 3-2-5, Antoine Huffman 3-1-4, Karl Booker 3-1-4, Cedric Koger 3-1-4, Adam Richey 3-0-3, Shomari Moore 3-0-3, Trey Mielsch 3-0-3, Braxton Kelley 3-0-3, Joe Schuler 2-1-3, Roger Williams 2-0-2, Marcus McClinton 2-0-2, Durrell White 2-0-2, N. Adjei Oninku 1-1-2, Dallas Greer 1-0-1, Ben Jay Parsons 1-0-1, Johnny Williams INT-YDS: Smith 1-31, Williams 1-16, Moore 1-6, Woodyard 1-0. PBU: Woodyard 1, Abdullah 1, Booker 1, Kelley 1, Parsons Idaho State University Football Media Guide 73

76 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME #3 Idaho State 37, Montana-Western 0 Saturday, Sept. 17, at Holt Arena Idaho State s Ken Cornist ran for a career-high 120 yards and three touchdowns and Idaho State s defense limited Montana-Western to just 156 total yards and 30 on the ground as Idaho State picked up their first shutout since Oct. 26, 2002 with a 37-0 whitewashing of the Bulldogs. Cornist teammed up with six other rushers, but mostly Josh Barnett to lead ISU with 262 yards on the ground. Matt Hagler had a hand in two touchdowns, one on the ground, and one through the air to Brandon Mennear, who scored his first career touchdown. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Montana-Western Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Brandon Mennear 11 pass from Matt Hagler (Jaret Johnson kick)...1-8:58 ISU Ken Cornist 3 run (Johnson kick) :11 ISU Cornist 1 run (kick failed) :10 ISU Johnson 24 FG...2-0:00 ISU Hagler 1 run (Johnson kick)...3-8:03 ISU Cornist 2 run (Johnson kick)...4-8:25 Missed FGs: UMW-Hollen 48 (WL). Attendance: 7,546. Time: 2:32 TEAM STATISTICS...UMW ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time... 28:11 31:40 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UMW ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Caleb Drinkwalter Ken Cornist Tyler Cress Josh Barnett Derik Pluff George Barnes Travis Blome Turill Engelman Justin Hartman Hayden Plocher Matt Hagler Brian Zeches Team TOTALS TOTALS Passing UMW CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Justin Hartman Matt Hagler Travis Blome Luke Sniewski Brian Zeches TOTALS TOTALS Receiving UMW REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Jake Larson Akilah Lacey Josh Illig Brandon Mennear Jeff Schultz Josh Barnett Matt Allen Dane Simmons Michael Guelff Shedrack Okoebor Mike Bogy Ken Cornist Hunter Rodriguez Jon Winn TOTALS TOTALS Defense UMW ST-AT-TT: Bryan Gardner , Jake Hayes , Albert Distajo 2-7-9, Ryan Keltz 5-2-7, Nick Prenzing 1-6-7, Dustin Johnson 3-3-6, Kawai Curran 3-2-5, Tom Griffin 2-2-4, John Fantroy 2-1-3, Derik Stanley 1-2-3, Stephan O Neal 1-1-2, Seth Rosberry 0-2-2, Casey Bingham 1-0-1, Sean McKinney 1-0-1, Chris Alexander 1-0-1, J.C. Giovetti 1-0-1, Abraham Apilado 1-0-1, Shawn Stennerson 1-0-1, Kyle Hardee 1-0-1, Caleb Drinkwalter 1-0-1, Kama McKeague 1-0-1, Travis Cole INT-YDS: Keltz 1-0, Tuttle 1-0. PBU: Keltz 2. FF: Hayes 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau 6-1-7, Jeff Charleston 2-4-6, Donte Williams 4-1-5, Quinton Freeman 2-2-4, Jermaine Horn 1-3-4, Dustin Schroader 1-3-4, Sterling Mennear 3-0-3, Atelea Raass 1-2-3, James Drake 0-3-3, Renell Robinson 2-0-2, Dustin Murray 1-1-2, Terrence Calloway 1-1-2, Sye Sweat 0-2-2, D.J. Clark 1-0-1, Anthony Melvin 1-0-1, Josh Barnett 1-0-1, Anthony Henderson 1-0-1, Brandon McMillin 0-1-1, David Tongelei 0-1-1, Spencer Franz SKS-YDS: Charleston 1.0-6, Henderson 1.0-7, Raass 1.0-5, Schroader INT-YDS: D.J. Clark 1-12, Melvin 1-5, Sweat 1-0. PBU: Charleston 1, Murray 1, Calloway 1, Ivin Clark 1. FF- Charleston Idaho State University Football Media Guide GAME #4 Idaho State 34, #5 Eastern Washington 30 Saturday, Sept. 24, at Holt Arena Idaho State picked off two Erik Meyer passes in the final 2:24 and ISU escaped a furious second half rally by Eastern Washington as the Bengals knocked off the nation s fifth-ranked team on Homecoming. The Bengals bolted to a 24-7 lead, but Eastern tied the game in the fourth at 24. Kenyon Blue s 62-yard kickoff return set up a Ken Cornist touchdown. EWU looked to tie the game after a 1-yard touchdown run with 6:09 left, but Eastern s Casey Willis missed the extra point, and the Bengal defense responded with their two picks. ISU sacked Meyer seven times in the game. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Eastern Washington Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT EWU Richmond Sanders 21 pass from Erik Meyer (Casey Willis kick) :34 ISU Dane Simmons 34 pass from Matt Hagler (Jaret Johnson kick)...1-9:23 ISU Ken Cornist 6 run (kick failed)...1-1:41 ISU Josh Barnett 11 run (Shedrack Okoebor pass from Hagler) :53 ISU Johnson 22 FG...2-0:12 EWU Willis 22 FG...3-6:12 EWU Eric Kimble 3 pass from Meyer (Casey Willis kick)...3-0:00 EWU Meyer 11 run (Casey Willis kick) :50 ISU Cornist 4 run (Johnson kick)...4-8:33 EWU Ryan Cole 1 run (kick failed)...4-6:09 ISU Johnson 28 FG...4-1:26 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 9,405. Time: 3:12 TEAM STATISTICS... EWU ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...30:45 29:15 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing EWU ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Dale Morris Josh Barnett Ryan Cole Ken Cornist Erik Meyer Team Matt Hagler TOTALS TOTALS Passing EWU CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Erik Meyer Matt Hagler Team TOTALS TOTALS Receiving EWU REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Raul Vijil Akilah Lacey Eric Kimble Shedrack Okoebor Tyler Coleman Dane Simmons Ryan Cole Kenyon Blue Richmond Sanders Turill Engelman Tim Calhoun Brandon Mennear Dale Morris Ken Cornist Craig McIntyre Shawn Powell Lars Slind TOTALS TOTALS Defense EWU ST-AT-TT: Joey Cwik , Brandon Keeler 5-4-9, DeNique Ford 4-5-9, Gregor Smith 3-6-9, David Eneberg 4-4-8, Harrison Nikolao 4-1-5, Keith Grennan 2-2-4, Johnny Hanson 0-4-4, Jason Belfod 2-1-3, Jesse Hendrix 2-1-3, Nick Denbeigh 1-2-3, Charles Searcy 1-1-2, Ira Jarmon 1-1-2, Rocky Hanni 1-0-1, Jake Young 1-0-1, Marcus Walker 1-0-1, Eric Kimble 1-0-1, Mark Lathim 0-1-1, Brian Jarrett 0-1-1, Muhammad Shamsid-Deen 0-1-1, Tim Calhoun 0-1-1, Garrett Quinn 0-1-1, Greg Peach SKS-YDS: Belford , Grennan 1-8. INT-YDS: Cwik 1-0, Smith 1-8. PBU: Ford 1, Smith 1, Hendrix 1, Denbeigh 1. FF: Keeler 1, Belford 1. FR: Quinn 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau , Dustin Murray 5-4-9, Quinton Freeman 2-7-9, Atelea Raass 4-2-6, Jeff Charleston 3-3-6, Sterling Mennear 1-4-5, D.J. Clark 3-1-4, Anthony Henderson 2-2-4, David Tongelei 1-3-4, Renell Robinson 1-2-3, Dustin Schroader 2-0-2, Donte Williams 1-1-2, James Drake 1-1-2, Terrence Calloway 0-2-2, Shedrack Okoebor 1-0-1, Dane Simmons 1-0-1, Anthony Melvin 1-0-1, Brock Drake 1-0-1, Shawn Oram 0-1-1, George Barnes 0-1-1, Zach Raphael 0-1-1, Sye Sweat 0-1-1, Josh Barnett 0-1-1, Turill Engelman 0-1-1, Bruce Minnett SKS-YDS: Charleston , Raass 1.0-3, Tongelei 1.0-7, Robinson 1.0-3, J. Drake INT-YDS: Murray 1-35, Togafau 1-0. PBU: Togafau 2, Raass 1, Charleston 1, Schroader 1. FF- Togafau 1, Clark 1, Simmons 1. FR: Murray 1, Simmons 1.

77 b e n g a l GAME #5 #12 Montana State 30, #24 Idaho State 28 Saturday, Oct. 1, at Bobcat Stadium Idaho State failed to get a first down on either of their final two possessions, and Montana State came away with a close win over the Bengals at Bobcat Stadium on MSU s Homecoming. The Bengals trailed by as much as 17-3, but cut it to at the half on a 10-yard touchdown from Matt Hagler to Eddie Thompson with 20 seconds left in the half. After a third quarter MSU touchdown, Ken Cornist cut it to with 11:30 left with a short TD run, but the story for ISU was Josh Barnett, who rushed for 148 yards, a career-best. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Montana State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT MSU Jeff Hastins 25 FG :03 MSU Epikopo King 15 interception return (Hastings kick)...1-4:50 ISU Jaret Johnson 21 FG :58 MSU Justin Domineck 4 run (Hastings kick) :09 ISU Johnson 38 FG...2-8:45 ISU Ken Cornist 4 run (Shedrack Okoebor pass from Matt Hagler)...2-7:57 MSU Rick Gatewood 18 pass from Travis Lulay (Hastings kick)...2-2:27 ISU Eddie Thompson 10 pass from Hagler (Johnson kick)...2-0:20 MSU Lulay 20 run (run failed)...3-3:16 ISU Cornsit 3 run (Johnson kick) :30 Missed FGs: MSU-Hastings 41 (BL). Attendance: 14,127. Time: 3:13. TEAM STATISTICS...ISU MSU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...29:52 30:08 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG MSU ATT YDS TD LG Josh Barnett Justin Domineck Ken Cornist Travis Lulay Kenyon Blue Jason Gathing Matt Hagler Team TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I MSU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Matt Hagler Travis Lulay TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG MSU REC YDS TD LG Eddie Thompson Rick Gatewood Kenyon Blue Justin Domineck Shedrack Okoebor Tremaine Murray Dane Simmons Chaz Guinn Josh Barnett Jevon Miller TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Sterling Mennear , Pago Togafau , Anthony Melvin 4-4-8, D.J. Clark 6-0-6, Jeff Charleston 4-2-6, Atelea Raass 1-5-6, Terrence Calloway 3-0-3, Donte Williams 2-13, Quinton Freeman 1-2-3, Rennell Robinson 0-3-3, Dustin Murray 2-0-2, James Drake 1-1-2, David Tongelei 0-2-2, Shedrack Okoebor 1-0-1, Dustin Schroader 1-0-1, Zach Raphael 1-0-1, George Barnes SCK-YDS: Charleston INT-YDS: Clark PBU: Charleston 1, Calloway 1, Williams 1. MSU ST- AT-TT: Nick Marudas , David Siataga , Bobby Daly 5-2-7, Aaron Papich 2-5-7, Epikopo King 2-5-7, Kahiam Hunter 4-2-6, Ryan Force 3-3-6, Daryl Rogers 3-3-6, Toph Grenfell 2-3-5, Andre Fuller 3-1-4, Kory Austin 3-1-4, Isaiah Taito 1-0-1, Evin Groves 1-0-1, Grant Elliott FF: Marudas 1. FR: Daly 1-0. INT-YDS: King PBU: King 2, Force 2, Grenfell 1, Austin 1, Marudas 1. f o o t b a l l GAME #6 #4 Montana 32, #25 Idaho State 10 Saturday, Sept. 24, at Holt Arena Montana extended a two-point halftime advantage with two long third quarter touchdowns, and the #4 Griz shutout Idaho State in the second half to defeat the Bengals in Holt Arena. Montana bolted out of the gate with a field goal, a safety on a blocked punt, and a touchdown pass, but ISU cut that to at the half after a touchdown run by Josh Barnett and a Jaret Johnson field goal. The Bengals were undone by four turnovers, three by quarterback Matt Hagler. ISU also allowed 234 yards on the ground after entering the contest allowing just 72.6 yards rushing per contest. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Montana Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT UM Dan Carpenter 37 FG...1-8:09 UM Safety (Dan Ziedman recovered blocked punt in end zone)...1-7:03 UM Jon Talmage 32 pass from Cole Bergquist (Carpenter kick)...1-4:06 ISU Josh Barnett 2 run (Jaret Johnson kick)...2-9:52 ISU Johnson 32 FG...2-6:04 UM Lex Hilliard 69 run (Carpenter kick) :32 UM Talmage 48 pass from Bergquist (Carpenter kick)...3-8:54 UM Carpenter 29 FG...3-1:58 UM Carpenter 34 FG...4-5:23 Missed FGs: ISU-Johnson 53 (SH). Attendance: 10,273. Time: 3:05 TEAM STATISTICS... UM ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...31:37 28:23 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UM ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Lex Hilliard Ken Cornist JR Waller Josh Barnett Brady Green Luke Sniewski Cole Bargquist Matt Hagler Quinton Jackson Rob Schulte TOTALS TOTALS Passing UM CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Cole Bergquist Matt Hagler Luke Sniewski TOTALS TOTALS Receiving UM REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Ryan Bagley Eddie Thompson Jon Talmage Shedrack Okoebor Ross Brunnelle Dane Simmons Matt Troxel Akilah Lacey Mike Ferriter Ken Cornist Eric Allen Jon Winn Brandon Mennear Kenyon Blue Bruce Minnett Josh Barnett TOTALS TOTALS Defense UM ST-AT-TT: Jimmy Wilson , Tyler Thomas 5-2-7, Kyle Ryan 1-5-6, Van Cooper 4-1-5, Tyler Corwin 4-1-5, Dustin Dlouhy 1-4-5, Tyler Joyce 1-4-5, Alan Saenz 0-5-5, Muckie Foreman 2-2-4, Shane McIntyre 1-3-4, Tuff Harris 2-1-3, Shawn Lebsock 1-2-3, Lance Spencer 1-2-3, Torrey Thomas 1-2-3, Matt Lebsock 0-3-3, Craig Mettler 2-0-2, Kevin Edwards 1-1-2, Mike Murphy 1-1-2, Kroy Bierman 0-2-2, Kerry Mullan 0-2-2, Tom Martin 1-0-1, Quinton Jackson 0-1-1, David Haile 0-1-1, Pete Sloan 0-1-1, Mike Stadnyk 0-1-1, Jesse Carlson SKS-YDS: Dlouhy , Murphy , Martin INT-YDS: Thomas 1-2, Ryan 1-0. PBU: Murphy 2, Wilson 1, Cooper 1, Corwin 1, Foreman 1, Bierman 1. FF: Corwin 2, McIntrye 1. FR: McIntyre 1, Bierman 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Quinton Freeman , Pago Togafau , Dustin Murray 3-3-6, Dustin Schroader 2-4-6, Randall Smith 1-5-6, D.J. Clark 3-2-5, Anthony Melvin 4-0-4, Jeff Charleston 1-3-4, David Tongelei 0-4-4, Renell Robinson 1-2-3, Jermaine Horn 1-2-3, Donte Williams 1-2-3, Zach Raphael 0-3-3, Chaz Brewer 1-1-2, Atelea Raass 1-1-2, James Drake 1-1-2, Shedrack Okoebor 1-0-1, Sterling Mennear 1-0-1, Kenyon Blue 1-0-1, Josh Barnett 1-0-1, Bruce Minnett 1-0-1, Hayden Plocher SKS-YDS: J. Drake PBU: Melvin Idaho State University Football Media Guide 75

78 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME #7 Idaho State 27, Sacramento State 17 Saturday, Oct. 22, at Hornet Stadium Idaho State converted six Sacramento State turnovers into 20 points, but none was bigger than Anthony Melvin s 53-yard fumble return in the third quarter to thwart a potential tying touchdown drive and give ISU their first ever win in Sacramento by a count over the Hornets. The Bengals played it close to the vest, getting just 267 yards of offense, and only 75 through the air. However, Josh Barnett rushed for 122 yards, and ISU s defense registered four sacks, five fumble recoveries, and an interception. The Bengals recovered a fumble on the opening kickoff, and kicked a field goal just 19 seconds later, and they never trailed after that. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Sacramento State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Jaret Johnson 34 FG :33 SAC Juan Gamboa 24 FG :11 ISU Josh Barnett 20 run (Johnson kick)...1-9:19 ISU Shedrack Okoebor 15 pass from Luke Sniewski (Johnson kick)...1-4:31 SAC Martin Fleurinord 4 pass from Chris Hurd (Gamboa kick)...3-9:09 ISU Anthony Melvin 53 fumble return (Johnson kick)...3-6:00 ISU Johnson 28 FG...3-2:21 SAC Brandon Smith 55 interception return (Gamboa kick) :06 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 4,451. Time: 3:04. TEAM STATISTICS...ISU SAC FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...33:16 26:44 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG SAC ATT YDS TD LG Josh Barnett Kris Daniels Ken Cornist Ryan Mole Eddie Thompson James Cummings Team Brad Treadway Luke Sniewski Ryan Coogler Matt Hagler Team Chris Hurd TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I SAC CMP ATT YDS TD-I Luke Sniewski Chris Hurd Brad Treadway TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG SAC REC YDS TD LG Shedrack Okoebor Ryan Coogler Kenyon Blue Bobby Mooshagian Eddie Thompson Ryan Mole Ken Cornist Torrell Baker Martin Fleurinord Tyler Fannuchi TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau , Quinton Freeman 7-1-8, Jermaine Horn 5-1-6, Zach Raphael 4-1-5, Jeff Charleston 3-2-5, Atelea Raass 2-2-4, David Tongelei 1-3-4, Dustin Schroader 2-1-3, Sterling Mennear 2-1-3, Renell Robinson 1-2-3, D.J. Clark 2-0-2, Terrence Calloway 1-1-2, Anthony Melvin , Dustin Murray 0-2-2, Shedrack Okoebor 1-0-1, Donte Williams 1-0-1, Randall Smith 1-0-1, Anthony Henderson 1-0-1, Turill Engelman 0-1-1, Dane Simmons SCK-YDS: Charleston , Henderson 1-14, Schroader 1-1. FF: Freeman 2, Charleston 1, Raphael 1. FR: Melvin 1-53, Raass 1-0, Charleston 1-0, Freeman 1-0, Calloway 1-0. INT-YDS: Melvin 1-0. PBU: Melvin 1, Freeman 1, Raphael 1. SAC ST-AT-TT: Matt Logue , Brett Shelton 6-2-8, Brent Webber 4-4-8, Tyson Butler 2-5-7, Walter Brock 3-3-6, James Henderson 3-3-6, Mike Brannon 2-3-5, Brandon Smith 2-3-5, Steve Lynn 1-4-5, Jody Johnson 3-0-3, Levi Ehniez 1-2-3, Adolph Stone 1-1-2, Chris Hurts 1-1-2, Will Hamilton 1-0-1, Carlos Francies 1-0-1, Durrell Oliver 1-0-1, LeMarr Robinson 0-1-1, Kyle Mowry 0-1-1, Mike Hogue 0-1-1, Faheem Muhammed INT-YDS: Smith 1-55, Shelton 1-0. PBU: Lynn 1. GAME #8 Weber State 30, Idaho State 21 Saturday, Oct. 29, at Stewart Stadium Weber State s Ian Pizarro threw for 323 yards and three touchdowns, and Weber State held off a late comeback attempt as the Wildcats won 30-21, extending ISU s losing streak in Ogden to 21 years. The Bengals took a lead on a 19-yard touchdown from Josh Barnett early in the second quarter, but WSU answered on the next possession. The killer was a 47-yard Hail Mary touchdown that started with just one second on the clock to give WSU a 20-7 lead at the break. ISU eventually got it to in the fourth on a 63-yard Akilah Lacey touchdown pass from Matt Hagler, but ISU couldn t break through again. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Weber State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT WSU Joe Johnson 34 FG :11 ISU Josh Barnett 19 run (Johnson kick) :55 WSU B.A Harrell 9 pass from Ian Pizzaro (Johnson kick)...2-8:21 WSU Johnson 25 FG...2-1:24 WSU Wiley King 47 pass from Pizzaro (Johnson kick)...2-0:00 ISU Shedrack Okoebor 15 pass from Matt Hagler (Johnson kick) :11 WSU King 28 pass from Pizarro (Johnson kick)...3-5:42 ISU Akilah Lacey 63 pass from Hagler (Johnson kick) :11 WSU Johnson 30 FG...4-2:56 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 7,654. Time: 3:20. TEAM STATISTICS...ISU WSU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...25:31 34:29 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG WSU ATT YDS TD LG Josh Barnett Zach Hall Ken Cornist Sione Havili Matt Hagler Ian Pizzaro Eddie Thompson Team TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I WSU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Matt Hagler Ian Pizzaro Luke Sniewski Eddie Thompson TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG WSU REC YDS TD LG Kenyon Blue Wiley King Shedrack Okoebor Terry Larsen Akilah Lacey Lynzell Jackson Eddie Thompson Bryant Eteuati Bruce Minnett Zach Hall Jon Winn B.A. Harrell Sione Havili TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau , Quinton Freeman , Jeff Charleston 4-5-9, Atelea Raass 1-7-8, D.J. Clark 0-7-7, Dustin Murray 0-6-6, Anthony Henderson 3-2-5, Jermaine Horn 1-4-5, Anthony Melvin 3-1-2, Sterling Mennear 1-2-3, Renell Robinson 2-0-2, David Tongelei 1-1-2, Donte Williams 1-1-2, Dustin Schroader 0-2-2, Dane Simmons 1-0-1, Terrence Calloway 1-0-1, Joe Nelthorpe 1-0-1, Zach Raphael 0-1-1, James Drake SCK-YDS: Charleston PBU: Williams 1. WSU ST-AT-TT: Eric Jones 3-6-9, Dallas Drecksel 7-1-8, Tyler DeBry 1-7-8, John McBride 4-3-7, Derek Johnson 0-7-7, Shane Barkdull 1-5-6, Dewey Crayton 3-1-4, Brady Fosmark 3-0-3, John Collins 1-2-3, Gary Boden 1-2-3, Max Moala 2-0-2, Patrick O Keefe 1-1-2, Leon Lautalo 0-2-2, Terrell Cloud 1-0-1, Curlee Dorn 1-0-1, B.A. Harrell 0-1-1, Bryant Eteuati 0-1-1, David Brooks 0-1-1, John Stewart 0-1-1, Scotty Goodloe FF: Barkdull 1-0. INT-YDS: McBride 1-3. PBU: Collins 2, Barkdull 1, Johnson 1, Fosmark 1, O Keefe Idaho State University Football Media Guide

79 b e n g a l GAME #9 Idaho State 36, Portland State 34 Saturday, Nov. 5, at Holt Arena Jaret Johnson kicked a career-long 54-yard field goal with one second left to give Idaho State a comefrom-behind win over Portland State on senior night. The field goal was the longest game-winner in Idaho State history. Johnson s kick was set up by a four-play, 28-yard drive led by Matt Hagler that started at the ISU 35 with 20 seconds left and ISU out of timeouts. The Bengals rushed for 204, and held the nation s leading rusher in Joe Rubin to 113 yards on 34 carries. The teams traded the lead five times in the final quarter, and it was ISU s first win on the season when trailing after three quarters. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Portland State Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Sterling Mennear recovered blocked punt in end zone (Jaret Johnson kick) :52 PSU Joe Rubin 1 run (Eric Azorr kick)...1-2:28 ISU Ken Cornist 9 pass from Matt Hagler (Johnson kick)...2-8:40 ISU Cornist 2 run (Johnson kick)...2-3:29 PSU Azorr 45 FG...2-0:39 PSU Scott Weaver 1 pass from Sawyer Smith (Azorr kick) :53 PSU Rubin 2 run (Azorr kick)...3-2:53 ISU Hagler 1 run (Johnson kick) :58 ISU Safety (Joe Rubin stepped out of end zone) :46 PSU Shaun Bodiford 9 pass from Smith (Azorr kick)...4-7:31 ISU Johnson 24 FG...4-5:28 PSU Azorr 42 FG...4-0:23 ISU Johnson 54 FG...4-0:01 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 7,874. Time: 3:36. TEAM STATISTICS... PSU ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...34:00 26:00 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing PSU ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Joe Rubin Josh Barnett Allen Kinnett Ken Cornist Shaun Bodiford Eddie Thompson Brendan Ferrigno Kenyon Blue Sawyer Smith Matt Hagler TOTALS TOTALS Passing PSU CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Sawyer Smith Matt Hagler TOTALS TOTALS Receiving PSU REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Shaun Bodiford Eddie Thompson Allen Kinnett Josh Barnett Joe Rubin Bruce Minnett Kenneth Mackins Brandon Mennear Brendan Ferrigno Shedrack Okoebor Adam Whitehead Dane Simmons Scott Weaver Akilah Lacey Colin Poe Ken Cornist Jon Winn TOTALS TOTALS Defense PSU ST-AT-TT: Charles Manigo , D.J. Robinson 7-1-8, George Quijano 6-2-8, Joey King 3-4-7, Jordan Senn 1-4-5, Dominic Dixon 3-1-4, Cole Smith 3-1-4, Ryan Friesen 1-1-2, Odell Jackson 1-1-2, Adam Heyward 1-1-2, Steve Shinen 1-1-2, Arthur Giddens 1-1-2, Kenneth Mackins 1-0-1, Casey Tyler 1-0-1, Branden Brooks 1-0-1, Matthis Gehring 1-0-1, Jimmy Ko 1-0-1, Byron Woods 1-0-1, Bobby Brush 0-1-1, Jamal Abdullah SKS-YDS: Robinson 0.5-1, Hayward PBU: Dixon 2, Jackson 1, Shinen 1, Jackson 1. FR: Brush 1-0. ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau , Quinton Freeman 5-3-8, Atelea Raass 2-5-7, James Drake 2-5-7, Jermaine Horn 2-5-7, D.J. Clark 4-2-6, David Tongelei 3-3-6, Jeff Charleston 1-5-6, Dustin Schroader 3-2-5, Dustin Murray 2-3-5, Anthony Melvin 4-0-4, Terrence Calloway 1-3-4, Zach Raphael 2-1-3, Sterling Mennear 1-12, Anthony Henderson 1-0-1, Doug Hurst 1-0-1, Turill Engelman 1-0-1, Ryan Slack 0-1-1, Hayden Plocher 0-1-1, Sye Sweat SKS-YDS: Schroader PBU: Charleston 1. f o o t b a l l GAME #10 Northern Arizona 42, Idaho State 28 Saturday, Nov. 12, at J.L. Walkup Skydome NAU s Alex Watson hauled in two long scoring passes to break a tie and give Northern Arizona their first conference win of the season, and in the process denying ISU a winning conference record. The Bengals led in the third quarter after Ken Cornist s 2-yard touchdown run, which broke the ISU single-season individual and team rushing touchdown records, but NAU answered with an 11-yard touchdown pass, one of four by Jason Murrietta. ISU s comeback was thwarted when a fourth-and-1 play at the NAU 13-yard line fell inches short. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Northern Arizona TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Ken Cornist 15 run (Jaret Johnson kick) :23 NAU Kory Mahr 11 pass from Jason Murrieta (Robbie Dehaze kick)...1-6:36 ISU Johnson 29 FG...2-2:15 ISU Johnson 32 FG :13 NAU Ryan Williams 1 run (Dehaze kick)...2-9:36 NAU Marcus Mcllwain 24 interception return (Dehaze kick)...2-9:28 ISU Kenyon Blue 36 pass from Matt Hagler (Alkiah Lacey pass from Hagler)...2-6:13 ISU Cornist 2 run (Johnson kick) :25 NAU Sean Fitzpatrick 11 pass from Murrieta (Dehaze kick)...3-7:05 NAU Alex Watson 36 pass from Murrieta (Dehaze kick)...3-1:09 NAU Watson 58 pass from Murrieta (Dehaze kick) :58 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 5,020. Time: 3:33 TEAM STATISTICS...ISU NAU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards... 1-(-2) 4-58 Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...31:45 28:15 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG NAU ATT YDS TD LG Ken Cornist Philo Sanchez Kenyon Blue Ryan Williams Eddie Thompson Josh Sayles Josh Barnett Alex Watson Matt Hagler Jason Murrietta TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I NAU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Matt Hagler Jason Murrietta Luke Sniewski Shedrack Okoebor Eddie Thompson TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG NAU REC YDS TD LG Eddie Thompson Alex Watson Kenyon Blue Kory Mahr Dane Simmons Kawon Walker Shedrack Okoebor Ryan Williams Akilah Lacey Sean Fitzpatrick Josh Barnett Simirone Wade Ken Cornist Gerry Ducksworth Bruce Minnett Philo Sanchez Josh Sayles Brandon Lewis TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Quinton Freeman 5-1-6, David Tongelei 3-3-6, D. J. Clark 4-1-5, Anthony Henderson 4-0-4, James Drake 3-1-4, Dustin Murray 3-1-4, Pago Togafau 2-2-4, Terrence Calloway 3-0-3, Atelea Raass 2-1-3, Jeff Charleston 1-2-3, Anthony Melvin 2-0-2, Joe Nelthorpe 1-1-2, Zach Raphael 1-0-1, Doug Hurst 1-0-1, Hayden Plocher 1-0-1, Jermaine Horn 1-0-1, Matt Hagler 1-0-1, Turill Engelman 1-0-1, Sye Sweat 0-1-1, Ken Cornist 0-1-1, Dustin Schroader SCK-YDS: Raass , Murray 1.0-5, Charleston PBU: Clark 2, Schroader 1. NAU ST-AT-TT: Bruce Branch , K.J. Gerard , D.J. Wade 5-3-8, Jeff Singleton 1-5-6, Chris Hunsaker 4-1-5, Jason Webb 2-2-4, Justin Grimm 2-2-4, Drew Hoffman 3-0-0, Marcus Mcllwain 2-1-3, Blair Boynton 2-1-3, Gerry Ducksworth 2-0-2, Randy Kirschman 1-1-2, Andre Johnson 1-0-1, Rhian Madrid 1-0-1, Kurt Karstens 1-0-1, Kris Theus 1-0-1, Mark Spradlin FF: Boynton 1. FR: Hoffman 1-0 INT-YDS: Gerard 1-34, Mcllwain 1-24, Singleton 1-0, Thues 1-0. PBU: Gerard 3, Thues 2, Wade 1, Grimm 1, Hoffman 1, Mcllwain 1, Martin 1, Clements Idaho State University Football Media Guide 77

80 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y GAME #11 #13 Cal Poly 35, Idaho State 10 Saturday, Nov. 19, at Mustang Stadium Idaho State couldn t stop James Noble, as the Mustang running back galloped for 248 yards and five touchdowns as the Bengals faltered in the second half to lose their season finale to #13 Cal Poly. The loss dropped the Bengals to 1-19 all-time on the road vs. ranked opponents. Idaho State led 10-7 at the half after a 38-yard field goal by Jaret Johnson, but ISU would get just four first downs and 45 second half yards. Noble ran for 177 of his 248 in the second half. Luke Sniewski started at quarterback for the Bengals, but was just 12-of-31 passing for 97 yards. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Idaho State Cal Poly TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT CP James Noble 12 run (Nick Coromelas kick)...1-9:33 ISU Ken Cornist 1 run (Jaret Johnson kick)...1-3:55 ISU Johnson 38 FG...2-0:04 CP Noble 10 run (Coromelas kick) :00 CP Noble 23 run (Coromelas kick)...3-1:12 CP Noble 35 run (Coromelas kick)...4-8:58 CP Noble 2 run (Coromelas kick)...4-5:57 Missed FGs: None. Attendance: 6,339. Time: 3:00. TEAM STATISTICS...ISU CP FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...24:12 35:48 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ISU ATT YDS TD LG CP ATT YDS TD LG Ken Cornist James Noble Eddie Thompson Matt Brennan Brian Zeches Fred Hives II Turill Engelman Jeremy Konaris Josh Barnett Jonah Russell Luke Sniewski Adam George Matt McCormick Team TOTALS TOTALS Passing ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I CP CMP ATT YDS TD-I Luke Sniewski Matt Brennan Brian Zeches John Mende TOTALS TOTALS Receiving ISU REC YDS TD LG CP REC YDS TD LG Kenyon Blue Jonah Russell Eddie Thompson Ramses Barden Shedrack Okoebor Jason Holmes Ken Cornist Josh Barnett TOTALS TOTALS Defense ISU ST-AT-TT: Pago Togafau , Atelea Raass 6-3-9, Donte Williams 6-1-7, Terrence Calloway 5-0-5, Anthony Melvin 3-1-4, Dustin Schroader 3-1-4, Jermaine Horn 2-2-4, Quinton Freeman 3-0-3, David Tongelei 2-0-2, Shedrack Okoebor 2-0-2, Zach Raphael 2-0-2, Turill Engelman 2-0-2, James Drake , Dustin Murray 1-0-1, Jeff Charleston SCK-YDS: Schroader INT-YDS: Horn 1-0. PBU: Togafau 1, Horn 1. CP ST-AT-TT: Kyle Shotwell , Chris Gocong 5-2-7, Kenny Chicoine 5-1-6, Mark Restelli 4-2-6, Courtney Brown 3-1-4, Randy Samuel 3-1-4, Wes Pryor 2-2-4, Tom Curiel 2-1-3, Chris White 2-0-2, Justen Peek 1-1-2, Matt Chachere 0-2-2, Andre Thomas 1-0-1, Cordel Webb 1-0-1, Will Hames 1-0-1, Kevin Van Gorder 1-0-1, Michael Maye 1-0-1, Phil Skinner 1-0-1, Justin Belcher 0-1-1, Adam Torosian 0-1-1, Dustin Baxley FF: Gocong 2. FR: White 1-0. INT-YDS: Brown 2-0. PBU: Brown 3, Gocong 2, Pryor 1, White 1, Maye 1. Idaho State continued their reputation for being a tough opponent for I-A schools, as this scoreboard shot shows with the Bengals leading with just 5:06 left after Sterling Mennear s blocked punt return for a touchdown. Bengals fans were loud and proud in Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. Anything can happen at an ISU home game. Last year against Portland State in the season finale, fan Tyler Pincock won $10,000 after hitting a 27-yard field goal as part of ISU s Punt, Pass and Kick halftime contest. Pincock celebrated with a very happy lap around the field, pictured on the left Idaho State University Football Media Guide

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82 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Herbert Chaney ACADEMY OF IDAHO Team Name is Bantams 1902 (5-0-0) Herbert Chaney Pocatello HS... W 17-0 Pocatello HS... W Falls HS... W 27-0 Pocatello HS... W Pocatello HS... W 6-5 Total (0-1-1) Herbert Chaney Boise... L K.I.N.G... T 0-0 Total Charles Rowe (1-3-0) Charles Rowe Idaho Falls HS... W Aggies... L HS... L 5-22 Utah Aggies... L 0-10 Total Hubert Upjohn (3-0-2) Hubert Upjohn Capt: Redman Moon Idaho Falls HS... T 0-0 Albion Normal... W 45-0 Idaho Falls HS... W Normal... W 32-7 Boise HS... T 0-0 Total (0-2-1) Hubert Upjohn Capt: LeRoy Houde All-Hallows College... L Normal (S)... T 0-0 Albion Normal... L 0-6 Total John Morris (6-3-0) John Morris Idaho Scholastic Champions Capt: Ben Lowrie 9/29 Idaho Falls HS... W 33-0 Normal... W /12 Pocatello HS... W 34-0 HS... L /26 Albion Normal... W 11-0 HS... W /9 Ogden HS... L 4-5 College... L /28 (Thurs.)Payette HS... W 34-0 Total (2-2-0) John Morris Capt: Henry Griffith HS (R)... L 0-5 Falls HS... W /24 Pocatello HS... W /6 Normal... L 0-21 Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide Harvey Holmes (4-0-0) Harvey Holmes Capt: Eugene Doc Miller Pocatello HS... W 24-3 Blackfoot HS... W 23-2 Albion Normal... W 5-0 Payette HS... W 10-5 Total (6-0-0) Harvey Holmes Capt: Al Higson 10/16 St. Anthony HS... W /23 Pocatello HS... W /5 Twin Falls HS... W 22-0 Normal... W /17 HS... W 5-0 HS... W 5-0 Total (6-3-0) Harvey Holmes Idaho Scholastic Champions Capt: Llewellyn Roubidoux Pocatello HS... W HS... Falls HS... HS... L 5-9 Idaho Falls HS... W Logan HS...L Albion Normal... W 8-0 College of Idaho... L 5-23 Total (1-2-0) Harvey Holmes Capt: Ray Falls All-Stars.. L 0-33 American Falls All-Stars... L /12 Pocatello HS... W 60-0 Total (5-2-0) Harvey Holmes Capt: Wilbur Pierce Blackfoot All-Stars... L All-Stars... W 30-0 Rigby HS... W 81-0 Pocatello HS... W 41-0 American Falls HS... W 14-0 Albion Normal... L of Idaho... W 13-3 Total (6-1-0) Harvey Holmes Capt: Lloyd Morphey Pocatello YMCA... L 7-13 Pocatello YMCA... W HS... W Normal... W Twin Falls HS... W All-Stars... W 12-6 College of Idaho... W 7-0 Total IDAHO TECH. INSTITUTE Reuben Bronson , (4-3-0) Reuben Bronson Capt: Alan Harwood Pocatello YMCA... W 30-0 Utah Aggie Freshmen... W HS... W HS... L of Idaho... L 0-7 Albion Normal... W 41-0 Utah Freshmen... L Total (5-2-0) Reuben Bronson Capt: Rom Kennedy Blackfoot HS... W 13-7 Pocatello HS... W Frosh... L Aggie Freshmen... W 13-6 College of Idaho... W Normal... W Idaho... L 0-32 Total J. A. Fogt Team Name Changed to Tigers 1917 (2-2-0) J.A. Fogt Capt: William Mau Gooding HS... W 12-6 Blackfoot HS... L 0-10 Brigham City HS... W of Idaho... L 0-36 Total No Football (Flu Epidemic) 1919 (2-3-1) Reuben Bronson Capt: Rom Falls HS... T 0-0 Ricks... W 29-0 Brigham Young... W 17-9 College of Idaho... L 0-28 Utah State Aggies... L L 6-12 Total Ralph Hutchinson (3-3-0) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: T. Otis HS... W 20-7 Utah Aggie Freshmen... L W 20-6 Gooding College... W of Idaho... L 0-50 Utah Freshmen... L 0-16 Total (6-2-0) Ralph Hutchinson Idaho Scholastic Champions Capt: Bud Bliss Blackfoot HS... W L 0-25 Utah Aggie Freshmen... W 34-0 College of Idaho... W 13-7 Ricks... W College... W Young... W 6-0 Utah Freshmen... L 0-3 Total (4-3-0) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: Bryan West Utah Aggie Freshmen... W 56-0 (Aggie Game was first at Hutchinson L State Freshmen.. L vs. Brigham Young... W 22-3 Gooding College... W of Idaho... L W 39-0 Total (3-2-1) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: Mark Lehrbas Montana State... L 0-41 Weber JC... W Montana Mines... W 7-6 College of Idaho... L Young... T 6-6 Montana Wesleyan... W 14-0 Total (5-2-0) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: Jack Keane Utah Aggie Freshmen... W 6-0 Albion Normal... W 32-0 Weber JC... W 58-0 Brigham Young... W 47-0 vs. Idaho Freshmen... L 0-37 South Dakota Wesleyan... W of Idaho... L 0-35 Total (2-4-0) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: Jack Keane 9/16 Utah Aggie Freshmen... W 7-0 JC... L 3-6 9/30 Albion Normal... L /14 Brigham Young Freshmen... W /21 College of Idaho... L /28 Montana Mines... L 6-7 Total

83 1926 (1-4-0) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: William Tatro Utah Aggie Freshmen... L 0-13 Ricks... W JC... L 0-33 Albion Normal... L of Idaho... L 7-27 Total UNIV. OF IDAHO- SOUTHERN BRANCH Team Name Changed to Bengals 1927 (1-4-1) Ralph Hutchinson Capt: E. Peterson 10/14 Utah Aggie Freshmen... L 0-13 W Normal... T /5 of Idaho... L 6-39 Aggie Freshmen... L /19 (Sun.)Weber JC... L 7-12 Total Felix Plastino (5-1-1) Felix Plastino Capt: James Machacek 10/6 Montana Normal... W /13 vs. College of Idaho... L /27 Utah Aggie Freshmen... W /3 Albion Normal... W /11 (Sun.)Montana Mines... W 22-0 JC (R)... T /24 Intermountain Union... W 15-3 Total (6-4-0) Felix Plastino Capt: Amos Stephens W 7-0 Normal... L /12 vs. College of Idaho... L /19 Montana Mines... W /26 Utah Freshmen... W 7-0 Normal... W 40-0 Union... L /16 BYU Reserves... W 13-6 W /28 (Thurs.)Idaho (HC)... L 7-41 Total (4-3-0) Felix Plastino Capt: Elvin Freshmen... W Albion Normal... W 20-0 BYU Reserves... L 7-24 (BYU First Night Game at Hutchinson Field) Montana Normal (HC)... W W Haskell Indians... L Mines... L Total (7-1-0) Felix Plastino Capt: Gilbert French 9/26 BYU Freshmen... W /3 Ricks... W /10 Montana Mines... L 7-14 b e n g a l Normal... W /24 McKinley-Honolulu... W 12-6 Union... W /7 Western State (HC)... W 7-6 Normal... W Total (3-4-1) Felix Plastino Capt: Gilbert Aggies... L W State... T 0-0 Albion Normal (HC)... W State... L 7-13 Brigham Young... L Mines... W 17-7 Carroll College... L 7-13 Total (5-1-0) Felix Plastino Capt: Jim Normal... W 7-0 Weber JC... W 19-6 Montana Mines... W Montana State (HC)... W 13-6 Ricks... W 14-0 vs. College of Idaho... L 0-21 Total (4-2-1) Felix Plastino Capt: Ronald Hale L JC... W /20 Albion Normal... W /27 College of Idaho (HC)... L /3 Santa Rosa JC... T /17 Western State... W 51-0 JC... W 25-6 Total Guy Wicks (7-0-1) Guy Wicks Capt: Wendell Twitchell Normal... W /11 (Fri.)Ricks... W 27-0 State... W 13-0 of Idaho... W /2 Montana Mines (S)... W /11 (Mon.)Montana State (HC)... T /16 Boise JC... W /22 Rosa JC... W 13-0 Total (4-4-0) Guy Wicks Capt: Les Hopkins 10/2 L /9 L /17 Western State... W /25 W 34-0 Mines (S)... L /7 Albion Normal... W /11 (Wed.)Montana State... L (First Game in Spud Bowl) 11/21 College of Idaho (HC)... W 30-0 Total (6-3-0) Guy Wicks Capt: Otto Tronowsky College... W /2 Ricks... W 45-0 f o o t b a l l 10/8 JC... W 45-0 State... L /30 Montana Mines... W 39-6 Normal... W /11 (Thurs.)College of Idaho (HC)... W 39-0 State... L /25 (Thurs.)Cal Poly... L 7-13 Total (4-3-0) Guy Wicks Capt: Newell Berg Western State... L 6-7 vs. Chaffee JC... W 26-0 Boise JC... W 54-0 Albion Normal (R)... L /11 vs. College of Idaho... W 22-0 Montana State (HC)... W Poly... L 0-21 Total (5-2-0) Guy Wicks Capt: Woody Lundberg Northern Colorado... L 0-13 Compton JC... W 16-0 Albion Normal... W State... L 6-10 College of Idaho (HC)... W 13-6 Nebraska-Omaha... W 6-0 (Thurs.)vs. Chaffee JC...W Total (3-5-0) Guy Wicks Capt: Jim Erley Western State... W Colorado... L L of Idaho... W Albion Normal... W JC... L Montana State (HC)... L JC... L 7-21 Total (5-1-2) John Vesser Capt: Dale (R)... T State... W 13-6 College of Idaho... L JC... W 34-0 Albion Normal... W Weber JC... W 39-7 Montana State (HC)... T vs. Chaffee JC (S)... W 13-0 Total (4-2-0) John Vesser Capt: Rex JC... W 13-0 Logan Marines... W 27-0 vs. College of Idaho... W 6-0 Compton JC (HC)... W College... L Douglas... L Total No Football World War II John Vesser (4-5-0) John Vesser Capt: None Second Air Force... L 0-45 Pocatello Marines... W L Warren... L 0-66 Utah... L Army AB... W State... L 7-8 Pocatello Marines... W Army AB... W 7-6 Total No Football World War II 1946 (4-3-1) John Vesser Capt: Leno State... L 0-47 Carlsbad JC... W JC... L 0-37 Boise JC... W 6-0 Weber JC (HC)... L Normal... W 6-0 College of Idaho... W Western State... T 6-6 Total IDAHO STATE COLLEGE 1947 (3-5-1) John Vesser Capt: Ted JC... L Southern Idaho Coll. of Ed... T Hawaiian All-Stars... L State... W State... L College of Idaho... L Eastern Washington (HC)... L 0-13 Northern Idaho Coll. of Ed. W 45-0 Colorado Mines... W 25-0 Total (6-1-1) John Vesser Capts: Sam Maynard, Pete Richardson Western State... W Mines... W College... T L Northern Colorado (HC)... W 28-6 Montana State... W Idaho Coll. of Ed...W Idaho Coll. of Ed...W Total (6-2-1) John Vesser Capts: Gordon Hall, Jim Blake Wyoming... L of Idaho... W 14-6 Colorado College (HC)... W Colorado... W 41-6 Southern Idaho Coll. of Ed...W State... L State... W 25-0 Colorado Mines... T State... W 20-2 Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide 81

84 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y 1950 (4-4, 4-1) John Vesser Capts: Ed Smira, Ronald Anderson 9/16 Brigham Young... L /23 Mines... W /30 +Western State... W /20 Santa Barbara... L /28 +Northern Colorado (HC).. L /4 +Montana State... W /11 College... W /18 College of Idaho... W 31-7 Total (5-4, 3-2) John Vesser Capts: Ed Smira, Ronald Anderson Young... L /22 (Sun.)+Colorado Mines... L /6 State... W /13 +Colorado College (HC)... W /19 Colorado W /27 Northern Arizona... W /3 State... L /10 Lewis & Clark... L /17 vs. College of Idaho... W Total Babe Caccia (8-0, 5-0) Babe Caccia Rocky Mountain Champions Capts: Chet Lee, Lamont Jones 9/20 College of Idaho... W /27 +Western State... W /4 College... W /11 +Northern Colorado (HC) W /18 Nevada... W /25 Mines... W /1 +Montana State... W & Clark... W Total (6-2, 5-0) Babe Caccia Rocky Mountain Champions Capts: Nolan Ford, Vernon Ravsten 9/19 Eastern Washington... L /3 +Colorado College... W /10 +Colorado Mines (HC)... W /16 Colorado W 10-7 of Idaho... L /31 State... W /7 +Western State... W W Total (4-4, 3-2) Babe Caccia Capts: Bill Fuger, John Curran 9/18 College of Idaho... L /25 College... W /2 +Montana State... L /9 +Northern Colorado (HC) W /14 State... L 7-35 State... L /6 Mines... W /11 (Thurs.)Northern Arizona... W 46-7 Total (8-1, 5-0) Babe Caccia Rocky Mountain Champions Capts: Larry Kent, Howard Green 9/17 Pepperdine... W 9-0 9/24 +Colorado College... W 27-0 State... W /7 Colorado W /15 +Western State (HC)... W /21 (Fri.)vs. College of Idaho W /29 +Montana State... W /5 +Colorado Mines... W /11 L 7-18 Total (6-3, 3-2) Babe Caccia Capts: Al Stephenson, Art Bushnell 9/22 Nevada... W /29 U.S. Naval T.C... W /6 State... L /13 Nebraska-Omaha (HC)... L /20 State... L /27 +Colorado College... W /3 Mines... W /10 +Northern Colorado... W 20-7 Force Academy... W 13-7 Total (9-0, 6-0) Babe Caccia Rocky Mountain Champions Capts: Jim Wagstaff, Ken Peterson 9/21 Hastings... W 22-0 W /5 +Western State... W /19 +Montana State (HC)... W /26 College... W /2 +Colorado Mines... W /9 Colorado... W /16 State... W /23 vs. College of Idaho... W Total (4-5, 3-3) Babe Caccia Capts: Dee Pankratz, Ed Peterson 9/20 Eastern Washington... W /4 State... W /11 +Adams State... W /18 State... L /25 +Colorado College (HC)... L 7-8 Mines... L /8 +Northern Colorado... W /23 Diego... L 0-24 i... L Total (6-2, 4-0) Babe Caccia Rocky Mountain Champions Capts: Paul Tripp, Ray Konczos 9/19 Northern Arizona... L /26 Hawai i... L /3 +vs. Western State... W 32-7 W /17 +Montana State (HC)... W /24 College... W /31 College of Idaho... W /7 Colorado... W Total (6-2, 3-1) Babe Caccia Capts: Blaine Jones, Chuck Maraldo 9/24 Northern Arizona... W /1 State... W /8 Nebraska-Omaha... W 44-6 State... L /22 +Colorado College (HC)... W /29 Mines... L /5 +Northern Colorado... W 14-7 of Idaho... W Total (5-2-1) Babe Caccia Capts: Bert Owens, Jerry Mahoney 9/23 Hamilton Air Force Base... T /30 Colorado Mines... W /7 Western State... W Arizona... W 27-0 W /28 Montana State (HC)... W Colorado... L Diego Marines... L 6-28 Total (3-6) Babe Caccia Capts: Roger Cross, Bill Jencks Mines... W 30-0 L /6 Northern Arizona... L State... L State... W /27 Montana (HC)... L /3 Drake... W State... L L 7-14 Total present IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY 1963 (5-3, 3-1) Babe Caccia Big Sky Champions Capts: Gary Aizawa, Ben Sanford, Nick Yorges 9/21 Nevada... W L 6-19 Arizona... W /12 W /26 *Montana State (HC)... W L /9 *Weber State... W /16 *Idaho... L /23 at Witchita State... (Cancelled Due to JFK Assassination) Total (6-3, 3-1) Babe Caccia Capts: Rod Hohnhorst, Carl Humphrey 9/19 Nebraska-Omaha... W 30-0 of Idaho... W /3 Northern Arizona... L /10 Fresno State (HC)... W /24 State... L /31 State... W /7 *Montana... W /14 North Dakota State... L Poly... W 20-0 Total (3-5-1) Babe Caccia Capts: Al Jacobson, George Douglas L /25 College of Idaho... W /2 L 0-16 Arizona... T /16 *Montana State (HC)... W /23 *Weber State... L /30 Portland State... W /6 North Dakota... L /13 L 7-15 Total Leo McKillip (3-6, 1-3) Leo McKillip Capts: John McCarthy, Bob Upshaw 9/17 Nebraska-Omaha... W Dakota... L /1 Northern Arizona... L /8 *Idaho... L /15 State... L /22 *Montana (HC)... W /29 State... L 7-16 L /24 State... W 12-7 Total (1-9, 0-4) Leo McKillip Capts: Dave Muniz, Otis Thomas Mexico... L /23 South Dakota... L /30 *vs. Idaho... L 6-16 L /14 *Montana State (HC)... L /21 L /28 *Weber State... L 0-19 i... L 6-21 L /23 State.. W Total Ed Cavanaugh (4-5, 1-3) Ed Cavanaugh Capts: Larry Bender, Steve Millard 9/14 Portland State... W State... W /28 *Idaho (HC)... L /12 State... L /19 *Montana... W /26 State... L State... L Dakota State... L W Total Idaho State University Football Media Guide

85 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l 1969 (5-5, 2-2) Ed Cavanaugh Capts: Joe Clark, Joe McGrath, Ambrose Costa 9/20 Parsons... W /27 *at Idaho... W /4 Nebraska-Omaha... W /11 *Montana State (HC)... W /18 L /25 *Weber State... L State... W Vegas... L State... L /22 Drake... L Total (5-5, 3-2) Ed Cavanaugh Capts: Steve Mandelkow, Jerry Dunne, Tyrone Watley, Larry Chandler L L /26 Nevada-Las Vegas... W (UNLV was First Game in Holt Arena) 10/3 *Idaho... W /10 State... W /17 *Montana (HC)... L /24 State... W /31 *Boise State... L /7 Portland State... W 37-6 L 7-68 Total (6-4, 2-3) Ed Cavanaugh Capt: Selected Game-by-Game Dakota... W /25 Cal State-Los Angeles... W /2 Eastern Michigan... L /9 L /16 L /23 *Montana State (HC)... W /30 Nevada... W 27-0 State... W /13 *Boise State... W /20 *Weber State... L Total Bob Griffin (7-3, 4-1) Bob Griffin Capts: Tom Toner, Andy Barron L /16 South Dakota... L /30 Portland State... W 51-6 Michigan... W /14 *Montana (HC)... W /21 *Idaho... W /28 State... W State... W 49-7 State... L /18 Drake... W Total (2-9, 0-6) Bob Griffin Capts: Tony Ramonas, Ben Tyler 9/8 State... L /15 Cal Hayward... W 21-7 Poly... L L /6 *Montana State... L /13 L /27 *Weber State (HC)... L State... W /11 *Boise State... L /17 L /22 (Thurs) *Northern Arizona... L 7-35 Total (5-5, 2-4) Bob Griffin Capts: Tom Hofmann, Pal Sartori 9/21 Nevada... W /28 Arizona... L /5 *Idaho... L /12 State... L /19 State... L /26 State... W /2 Portland State (HC)... W /9 *Montana... W /16 Cal Poly... W 12-7 Vegas... L 7-31 Total (7-3, 4-2) Bob Griffin Capts: Rick Noel, Rich Rodgers W /20 Nevada-Las Vegas... W /27 W /4 *Northern Arizona... W /11 W /18 *Montana State (HC)... L /25 *Weber State... W 20-3 W 28-3 Poly... L /15 *Boise State... L Total Joe Pascale (1-9, 0-6) Joe Pascale Capts: Rick Scribner, Wayne Hill 9/11 Arizona... L /18 Cal Poly... L /25 Nevada... W Vegas... L /9 Portland State (HC)... L /16 State... L /23 State... L /30 *Idaho... L /6 L /13 *Boise State... L 0-37 Total Bud Hake (3-8, 2-4) Bud Hake Capt: Joe Moreino 9/10 *Northern Arizona... L 7-28 L /24 Eastern Montana... W State... L /8 W /15 *Montana State (HC)... L /22 L State... L /5 State... L /12 *Weber State... W /19 Utah State... L 7-35 Total (2-8, 0-6) Bud Hake Capt: Neal Richardson 9/3 (Sun.)vs. Utah State (Osaka, Japan) L 0-10 L /16 Arizona... L /23 Portland State... W Colorado... W /14 State... L /21 *Montana (HC)... L /28 *Boise State... L /4 State... L /11 *at Idaho...No Contest 11/8 Nevada... L 0-37 Total (0-11, 0-7) Bud Hake Capt: Greg Smith 9/8 L /15 Northern Colorado... L /22 *Montana State... L /29 *Northern Arizona... L /6 *Idaho (HC)... L /13 L /20 State... L /3 *Weber State... L State... L /17 Cal State Fullerton... L 7-42 L 0-48 Total Dave Kragthorpe (6-5, 4-4) Dave Kragthorpe Capts: Mike Machurek, Gregg Feightner, Marvin Lewis, Bob Matsey, Jim Lane State... L /20 State... L /27 Portland State... W /4 Arizona... L /11 State... L /18 *Montana (HC)... W /25 Western Montana... W /1 W /8 W /15 *Weber State... W /22 *Boise State... L Total (12-1, 6-1) Dave Kragthorpe NCAA National Champions Big Sky Champions Capts: Mike Machurek, Rod Childs, Dave Walser, John Naut, Case debruijn 9/12 Eastern Washington... W /19 State... W /26 *Nevada... W /3 *Northern Arizona (HC)...W 31-6 State... W /17 L /31 W /7 *Montana State... W /14 Utah State... W /21 *Weber State (3-OT)... W /5 #Rhode Island... W /12 #South Carolina State... W /19 #vs. Eastern Kentucky...W Total #NCAA I-AA Playoff Games 1982 (3-8, 1-6) Dave Kragthorpe Capts: Ken Bacon, Paul Peterson, Bill Snapp, Chuck Weifels W /18 Portland State... W /25 Cal Poly... L /2 State (3-OT).. L State... L /16 Arizona... L /23 *Montana (HC)... W /30 State... L /6 *Idaho... L /13 *Nevada... L /20 *Boise State... L Total Jim Koetter (8-4, 5-2) Jim Koetter Capts: Paul Peterson, Ken O Neal, Carl Qualls, Steve Anderson Paso... W Washington... W /24 *Idaho... W /1 L /8 *Montana State (HC)... W /15 *Northern Arizona... W Poly... L /29 Cal Fullerton... W /5 State... L /12 *Weber State... W /19 W /23 #Nevada... L Total #NCAA Playoff Game 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 83

86 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y 1984 (5-6, 4-3) Jim Koetter Capts: Vern Harris, Todd Price, Steve Anderson, John Berry Paso... L /15 Chico State... W /22 *Montana... W /29 State... W /6 *Boise State (HC)... L Vegas... L /20 Arizona... W /27 Eastern Washington... L /3 State... W /10 L /17 *Nevada... L Total $Forfeited to ISU 1985 (5-6, 3-4) Jim Koetter Capts: Vern Harris, Merril Hoge, Kevin Hudgens, Ron Manu 9/7 Northern Colorado... W State... W Louisiana... L /5 *Northern Arizona... W /12 L /19 *Montana State (HC)... W /26 *Idaho... W /2 State... L /9 L /16 *Weber State... L /23 Eastern Washington... L Total (2-9, 1-7) Jim Koetter Capts: John Arbuckle, Chuck Hendrix, Merril Hoge, Bill Lasley, Ron Manu, Gino Mariani 9/6 Chico State... W State Fullerton... L /20 *Montana State... L /27 *Boise State... W /4 L /11 Eastern Washington (HC)... L /18 L /25 State... L /1 *Nevada... L /8 Arizona... L /15 *Montana... L Total (3-7-1, 3-5) Jim Koetter Capts: Mike Calley, Clete Edmunson, Don Davis, Corky Federico, Gino Mariani 9/12 Texas A&I... L /19 Washington... L L /3 *Idaho... W /10 Portland State (HC)... T /17 *Northern Arizona... L /24 State... W /31 L /7 L /14 *Montana State... W /21 *Weber State... L Total Garth Hall (0-11, 0-8) Garth Hall Capts: Joe Henderson, Tony Manu, Jason Whitmer, Paul Schwenke L /17 *Montana... L /24 Cal State Northridge... L /1 State... L /8 State... L L /22 Arizona... L /29 *Eastern Washington (HC).. L /5 *Boise State... L /12 L /19 *Nevada... L Total (3-7, 2-6) Garth Hall Capts: Selected Game-by-Game 9/9 Colorado... L /16 Southern Utah... W /23 L /30 *Montana State (HC)... W /7 State... L /14 Washington... L /28 *Northern Arizona... W /4 *Idaho... L /11 L /18 *Weber State... L Total $Forfeited to ISU 1990 (3-8, 1-7) Garth Hall Capts: Selected Game-by-Game 9/8 Southern Utah... W /15 State (2-OT)... L /22 Northern Iowa... L /29 Arizona... L /6 *Nevada (HC)... L /13 L /20 State... W /27 *Boise State... L /3 *Eastern Washington (OT) L /10 Mesa State... W /17 Montana... L Total (3-7-1, 2-6) Garth Hall Capts: Trevor Cavanaugh, Reed Payne, Steve Boyenger, Jack Horton 9/7 Mesa State... W 38-7 State... L /28 L /5 *Northern Arizona (HC)... W /12 L /19 *Idaho... L /26 *Montana State... L /2 State... L /9 Washington... W Utah... T /23 *Weber State... L Total Brian McNeely (3-8, 1-6) Brian McNeely Capts: Mahe Liava a, Sylvester Jones, Pete Molino, Ted Oparnico, Robert Ford, Aaron Eleazar 9/5 Mesa State... W /12 *Boise State... W Iowa...L /26 Arizona... L /3 Central Washington... W /10 L /17 State... L /24 State...L /31 *Eastern Washington (HC).. L /14 Southern Utah... L /21 *Montana... L Total (2-9, 0-7) Brian McNeely Capts: Jeff Clark, Shawn Behr, Johnny Flowers, Kevin Kempf 9/4 $Chadron State... W 52-3 State... L /18 L /25 *Northern Arizona... L /2 $Mesa State... W /9 *Idaho (HC)... L /16 *Montana State... L /23 State... L /30 Washington... L 7-38 Mexico... L /13 *Weber State... L Total $Forfeited by ISU 1994 (6-5, 4-3) Brian McNeely Capts: Rick Brown, Tom Prudhomme, Rommie Wheeler, Jeff Clark 9/3 Adams State... W 54-0 L /17 Arizona... L /1 L /8 State... W /15 *Boise State... W /22 *Eastern Washington (HC). W /29 Portland State... L /5 State... L /12 *Montana... W /19 Minnesota-Duluth... W Total (6-5, 3-4) Brian McNeely Capts: Josh Hays, Alipate Taualupe, Robb Wetta, Shaun Lawson Poly... W /16 Cal State Northridge... W /23 Southern Utah... W /30 *Idaho... W /7 Washington... W /14 *Montana State (HC)... L /21 State... L /28 *Northern Arizona... L /4 L Texas... L /18 *Weber State... W Total (4-7, 2-6) Brian McNeely Capts: Telly Lockette, Josh Hays, Steve Burch, Gary Anderson L /7 Cal Poly (OT)... W /21 Western Montana... W /28 State... L /5 *Sacramento State... W /12 L /26 *Eastern Washington (HC) L /2 Arizona (OT).. L /9 *Cal State Northridge... L /16 State... W /23 *Weber State... L Total Tom Walsh (3-8, 2-6) Tom Walsh Capts: Telly Lockette, Trevor Bell, Gary Anderson, James Ferrell State... L /13 Idaho... L /27 *Montana State... L /4 State... L /11 *Montana (HC)... L /18 Southern Utah... W /25 Washington... L /1 *Northern Arizona... W /8 State Northridge... L /15 *Portland State... W /22 State... L 7-26 Total (3-8, 2-6) Tom Walsh Capts: Craig Joseph, Raven Battle, Pete Beecher Mexico... L /19 *Weber State... L 3-6 9/26 State... W /3 L /10 Arizona... L /17 *Eastern Washington (HC) L /24 Southern Utah... W /31 L /7 *Sacramento State... L /14 State... L /21 *Cal State Northridge... W Total Larry Lewis (4-7, 2-6) Larry Lewis Capts: Pete Garces, Gene Zuniga, Brandon Reed 9/4 Eastern Oregon... W /11 Ft. Lewis... W /18 State... L /25 *Portland State... L /2 State Northridge... L Idaho State University Football Media Guide

87 10/9 *$Northern Arizona (HC).. W /16 Washington... L Utah... L /30 *Montana... L /6 State... L /13 *Montana State... W Total $Forfeit to ISU 2000 (6-5, 4-4) Larry Lewis Capts: Matt Nighswonger, Ben Simpson, Brandon Tuia 9/9 Montana Tech... W /16 Washington... L /23 *Sacramento State... W /30 State Northridge (OT).. W /7 *Northern Arizona... W /14 State... L /21 Southern Utah (HC)... L /28 *Weber State... L /4 L /11 *Montana State... W State... W Total (4-7, 1-6) Larry Lewis Capts: Bart Teuscher, Donell McNeal, Josh Robinson, Javier Garcia 9/8 Montana Tech... W /22 State... L /29 Montana State-Northern... W /6 Arizona... L /13 *Portland State (HC)... W State... L /27 State... L /3 *Montana... L /10 State... L /17 Southern Utah... W /24 *Eastern Washington... L Total (8-3, 5-2) Larry Lewis Big Sky Champions Capts: Doug Baughman, Bart Brooks, Eddie Johnson 8/29 (Thurs.)Montana-Western.. W 48-7 State... L /21 L /28 *Sacramento State... W /5 Washington... W /12 *Montana State (HC)... W /26 *Weber State... W /2 State... L /9 *Northern Arizona... W /16 Cal Poly... W Utah... W Total (8-4, 4-3) Larry Lewis Capts: Lee Long, Isaac Mitchell, Josh Whitworth 8/28 (Thurs.)Montana-Western W State... L /13 Northern Colorado... W /27 State... L /4 *Eastern Wash.(2-OT)... W /11 State... W /18 *Montana (2-OT) (HC)... W /25 State... L /1 *Portland State... W /8 Arizona... L b e n g a l Poly (R)... W /22 Southern Utah... W Total (3-8, 2-5) Larry Lewis Capts: Mark Hetherington, Vince Caviglia, Ernie James Diego State... L /11 Cal Poly... L Colorado (2OT)... W /25 Washington... L /2 *Montana State... L /9 L /23 *Sacramento State (HC).. W /30 *Weber State... L /6 State... L /13 *Northern Arizona... W Utah... L Total (5-6, 3-4) Larry Lewis Capts: Shedrack Okoebor, Pago Togafau, Jeff Charleston 9/1 Southern Utah... W L /17 Montana-Western... W /24 *Eastern Washington (HC).. W /1 State... L /8 *Montana... L /22 State... W /29 State... L /5 *Portland State... W /12 Arizona... L Poly... L Total *denotes Big Sky Conference game +denotes Rocky Mountain Conf. game (HC) Homecoming Adams State (3-0) 2-0 Home, 1-0 Away H... 9/3...W H...10/11...W A...11/16...W Air Force (1-0) 1-0 Away A...11/17...W Boise State (6-23) 4-10 Home, 2-13 Away A... 9/6...L A... 10/21...L H... 10/15...W A... 10/23...L H... 9/12...W A...11/2...L H... 10/27...L A... 10/7...L H...11/5...L A... 10/24...W H... 9/27...W A...11/2...L H... 10/6...L... (HC) A...11/5...L H...11/20...L A... 9/19...W H...11/22...L A... 10/20...L H... 10/28...L A...11/5...L H...11/13...L H...11/15...L A... 10/12...L H...11/11...L A...11/11...L f o o t b a l l H...11/13...W H... 10/31...L A...11/15...L A...11/2...L Brigham Young (0-3) 0-2 Home, 0-1 Away A... 9/14...L H... 9/16...L H...L Cal State Fullerton (1-2) 1-1 Home, 0-1 Away A... 9/13...L H... 10/29...W H...11/17...L Cal State Northridge (3-4) 2-2 Home, 1-2 Away A... 9/30...W... (OT) A... 10/2...L H...11/21...W A...11/8...L H...11/9...L H... 9/16...W H... 9/24...L Cal State Hayward (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 9/15...W Cal State Los Angeles (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 9/25...W Cal Poly (6-9) 3-4 Home, 3-5 Away A...11/19...L H...9/11...L A...11/15...W... (Rain) H...11/16...W H... 9/7...W...(OT) A... 9/9...W A... 10/22...L H... 9/25...L H... 9/18...L A...11/8...L H...11/16...W A... 9/22...L A...11/21...W A...L H...11/25...L... (Thurs.) 7-13 Central Washington (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 10/3...W Chadron State (2-0) 1-0 Home, 1-0 Away H... 9/4...W A...W Chico State (2-0) 2-0 Home H... 9/6...W H... 9/15...W Colorado College (11-2-1) 6-1 Home, Away H... 10/22...W... (HC) A... 10/24...W H... 10/25...L... (HC) A... 10/26...W H... 10/27...W H... 9/24...W A... 9/25...W H... 10/3...W A... 10/4...W H... 10/13...W...(HC) A...11/11...W H...W A... T A...L Colorado Mines (11-3-1) Home, 6-2 Away A... 9/22...W H... 9/30...W A... 10/29...L A... 10/31...L... (Fri.) H...11/2...W A...11/3...W H...11/5...W A...11/6...W H... 10/10...W...(HC) A... 10/25...W H... 9/22...L... (Sun.) A... 9/23...W H... T A...W H...W Drake (4-3) 2-1 Home, 2-2 Away A...9/11...W H...11/18...W A... 9/12...L H...11/22...L A...11/2...L H...11/3...W A... 10/21...W Eastern Kentucky (1-0) 1-0 Neutral H... 12/19...W Eastern Michigan (1-1) 0-1 Home, 1-0 Away A... 10/7...W H... 10/2...L Eastern Montana (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 9/24...W Eastern Oregon (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 9/4...W Eastern Washington (9-18) 5-11 Home, 4-7 Away H... 9/24...W...(HC) A... 9/25...L H... 10/4...W...(2 OT) A... 10/5...W H...11/24...L A... 9/16...L A... 10/16...L H... 10/17...L... (HC) A... 10/25...L H... 10/26...L... (HC) A... 10/7...W H... 10/22...W... (HC) A... 10/30...L H... 10/31...L... (HC) A...11/9...W H...11/3...L... (OT) A... 10/14...L H... 10/29...L... (HC) A... 9/19...L H...10/11...L... (HC) H...11/23...L H... 10/27...L A... 9/17...W H... 9/12...W H... 9/20...W H... 9/19...L H...L... (HC) 0-13 Fort Lewis (1-0) 1-0 Home H... W Idaho State University Football Media Guide 85

88 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Fresno State (2-1) 1-0 Home, 1-1 Away A... L A... W H... W Hastings (1-0) 1-0 Home H... W Hawai i (0-3) 0-1 Home, 0-2 Away A... L H... L A... L Idaho (11-26) 6-13 Home, 5-12 Away, 0-1 Neutral A... 10/3...L H... 9/13...L H... 9/30...W A... 10/1...L H... 10/9...L... (HC) A... 10/10...L H... 10/19...L A... 10/13...L H...11/4...L A...11/12...L H... 10/3...W A... 10/4...L H... 10/26...W A...11/10...L H... 9/24...W H...11/6...L A... 10/31...W A...11/8...W H... 10/6...L... (HC) A...11/11...No Contest A... 10/8...W H... 10/30...L A... 9/27...W H... 10/5...L A...11/17...L H... 10/21...W A... 10/9...L H... 10/3...W A... 9/27...W H... 9/28...L... (HC) N... 9/30...L... (in Boise) H... 10/8...L A...11/13...L H...11/16...L A... 9/29...L H...11/28...L (Thurs.)(HC) H...L *game forfeited Kansas State (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 9/14...L Kentucky (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 9/10...L Lewis & Clark (1-1) 0-1 Home, 1-0 Away A...11/8...W H...11/10...L Mesa State (4-0) 4-0 Home H... 10/2...W H... 9/5...W H... 9/7...W H...11/10...W Minnesota-Duluth (1-0) 1-0 Home H...11/19...W Mississippi (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 8/31...L Montana (13-35) Home, 3-24 Away H... 10/8...L A... 10/9...L H... 10/18...W (2 OT) (HC) A... 9/21...L H...11/3...L A...11/4...L H... 10/30...L A... 10/31...L H...10/11...L... (HC) A... 10/12...L A...11/4...L H...11/12...W A... 9/18...L H...11/21...L A... 9/28...L H...11/17...L A...11/11...L H... 9/17...L A...11/7...L H...11/15...L A... 10/18...L A... 10/12...L H... 9/22...W A...11/19...W H... 10/23...W... (HC) A... 10/17...L H... 10/18...W... (HC) A... 10/13...L H... 10/21...L... (HC) A... 10/22...L A...11/6...L A...10/11...W H...11/9...W A... 10/13...L H... 10/14...W... (HC) A... 10/16...L H... 10/17...L... (HC) A... 10/18...L H... 10/19...W A... 10/21...L H... 10/22...W... (HC) A... 10/2...L H...11/7...W A... 10/12...W H... 10/27...L... (HC) A... 10/9...L... (Fri.) A...L A...L Montana State ( ) Home, Away A... 10/1...L H... 10/2...L A...10/11...W H... 10/12...W... (HC) A...11/10...L H...11/11...W H...11/13...W A...11/14...L H... 9/27...L A... 10/12...L H... 10/14...L... (HC) A... 10/8...W H... 10/16...L A... 10/17...L H... 10/26...L A... 10/20...W H... 9/30...W... (HC) A... 10/1...L H...11/14...W H... 9/20...L H... 10/19...W... (HC) A... 9/29...W H... 10/8...W... (HC) A... 10/2...L... (3 OT) H...11/7...W A...10/11...L Idaho State University Football Media Guide H... 9/22...L A... 10/14...L H... 10/15...L... (HC) A... 10/16...L H... 10/18...L... (HC) A... 10/19...L H... 10/6...L A... 9/8...L A... 10/28...W H... 10/23...W... (HC) A... 10/10...W H...10/11...W... (HC) A... 10/12...L H... 10/14...L... (HC) A... 10/15...L H... 10/16...W... (HC) A... 10/24...L H... 10/26...W... (HC) A... 10/13...L H... 10/28...W... (HC) A... 10/15...L H... 10/17...W... (HC) A... 10/18...L H... 10/19...W... (HC) A... 10/20...L A... 10/29...W H... 10/1...W H... 10/30...L A... 10/2...L A... 10/31...W H...11/1...W A... 10/6...W H...11/4...W A...L H...W A...L H... T... (HC) H...L A...L H...W... (HC) A... 10/16...L H...11/11...L... (Mon.) H...11/11... T... (Wed.) (HC) H...W... (HC) A... T H...L Montana St.-Northern (1-0) 1-0 Home, 0-0 Away H... 9/29...W Montana Tech (9-4) ( listed as Montana Mines) 8-1 Home, 1-3 Away H... 9/8...W H... 9/9...W H... 10/30...W A... 10/31...L... (Snow) H...11/2...W... (Snow) H...W A...W H...L A...L H... 10/19...W H...11/11...W... (Sun.) A... 10/28...L H...W Montana-Western (9-0) ( listed as Montana Normal) 7-0 Home, 2-0 Away H... 9/17...W H... 8/28...W...(Thurs.) H... 8/29...W... (Thurs.) H... 9/21...W H... 10/25...W A...11/14...W H...W... (HC) A...11/2...W H... 10/6...W Nebraska-Omaha (7-4-1) 5-1 Home, Away H... 10/4...W A...11/16...W H... 9/17...W A... 9/18...L H... 9/19...W A... 9/28...L H... 10/8...W A... 10/10...W H... 10/13...L... (HC) A...11/11...L... (Fri.) A... T... (Rain) H...W Nevada (11-18) 7-7 Home, 4-11 Away A... 10/12...L H... 10/6...L... (HC) A... 9/23...L H...11/19...L A... 10/31...L H...11/1...L A...11/9...L H...11/17...L A...11/23...L H... 10/1...L H...11/13...L H... 9/26...W A...11/1...W A... 9/8...L H...11/8...L A... 9/17...L H... 9/25...W A...11/1...W H... 9/21...W A... 9/29...L H... 10/30...W H... 9/21...W A...11/17...L A... 9/28...W H... 9/22...W A...11/14...W H... 10/18...W A...L A... 10/2...L... (Fri.) Nevada-Las Vegas (2-4) 2-0 Home, 0-4 Away A... 10/13...L * A... 10/2...L H... 9/20...W A...11/23...L H... 9/26...W A...11/8...L *forfeited to ISU New Mexico (0-3) 0-3 Away A... 9/5...L A...11/6...L A... 9/16...L North Dakota St. (0-1) 0-1 Home H 11/14...L North Dakota (0-2) 0-1 Home, 0-1 Away A... 9/24...L H...11/6...L North Texas (0-1) 0-1 Away A...11/11...L Northern Arizona ( ) 14-9 Home, Away A...11/12...L H...11/13...W A...11/8...L H...11/9...W A... 10/6...L

89 H... 10/7...W H... 10/9...W * A... 10/10...L H...11/1...W A... 10/2...L... (OT) H... 10/28...L A... 9/17...L H... 9/25...L A... 9/26...L H... 10/5...W... (HC) A... 9/29...L H... 10/28...W A... 10/22...L H... 10/17...L A...11/8...L H... 10/5...W A... 10/20...W H... 10/15...W A... 10/16...L H... 10/3...W... (HC) A... 10/4...L H... 9/29...L A... 9/16...L H... 9/10...L A...9/11...L H... 10/4...W A... 9/28...L H...11/22...L... (Thurs.) H... 10/1...L A... 10/9... T H... 10/3...L A... 10/5...W H... 10/6...L A... 10/14...W H... 9/24...W A... 9/19...L H...11/11...W...(Thurs.) H... 10/27...W *forfeited to ISU Northern Colorado (17-5) (Was Colorado State ) 8-3 Home, 9-2 Away A... 9/18...W...(2 OT) H... 9/13...W A... 9/9...W * H... 9/7...W H... 9/15...L A... 10/7...W A... 10/14...L H...11/5...W A...11/7...W H...11/8...W A...11/9...W H...11/10...W A... 10/7...W... (Fri.) H... 10/9...W... (HC) A... 10/16...W... (Fri.) H...10/11...W... (HC) A... 10/19...W...(Fri.) H... 10/28...L... (HC) A...W H...W... (HC) A...L H...L *forfeited to ISU Northern Iowa (0-2) 0-1 Home, 0-1 Away A... 9/19...L H... 9/22...L Oregon (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 10/15...L Pepperdine (0-1) 0-1 Home H... 9/17...W b e n g a l Portland State (21-9-1) Home, 9-6 Away H...11/5...W A...11/6...L H...11/1...W A...11/2...L H... 10/13...W... (HC) A... 10/14...L H... 9/25...L A... 9/26...W H...11/15...W A...11/16...W H... 10/29...L A...9/11...L H... 10/10... T... (HC) A... 9/14...W H... 9/18...W A... 10/10...W H... 9/27...W A...11/10...L H... 9/23...W A... 10/1...L H... 10/9...L... (HC) H...11/2...W... (HC) A...11/3...W H... 9/30...W A...11/6...W H...11/7...W A...11/1...W H... 9/14...W A...11/23...W... (Thurs.) A...11/24...W... (Thurs.) H... 10/30...W Rhode Island (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 12/5...W Sacramento State (5-5) 4-1 Home, 1-4 Away A... 10/22...W H... 10/23...W... (HC) A... 9/27...L H... 9/28...W A... 9/22...L H... 9/23...W A...11/6...L H...11/7...L A... 10/4...L H... 10/5...W San Diego (0-1) 0-1 Away A...11/23...L... (Sun.) 0-24 San Diego State (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 9/4...L South Carolina St. (1-0) 1-0 Home H... 12/12...W South Dakota (1-1) 0-1 Home, 1-0 Away H... 9/16...L A... 9/18...W South Dakota St. (0-2) 0-1 Home, 0-1 Away A...11/9...L H... 9/23...L Southern Utah (9-4-1) 8-2 Home, Away H... 9/1...W.(Thurs.) A...11/20...L H...11/22...W A...11/23...W H...11/17...W H... 10/21...L... (HC) A... 10/23...L f o o t b a l l H... 10/24...W H... 10/18...W H... 9/23...W H...11/14...L A...11/16... T H... 9/8...W H... 9/16...W Southwestern Louisiana (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 9/21...L Tampa (0-1) 0-1 Away A...11/14...L Texas A&M-Kingsville (0-1) (1987 listed as Texas A & I) 0-1 Home H... 9/12...L Texas-Arlington (0-1) 0-1 Away A...11/24...L Texas-El Paso (1-1) 1-1 Away A... 9/8...L A... 9/10...W Tulsa (0-2) 0-2 Away A... 9/19...L A... 10/7...L UC Santa Barbara (0-1) 0-1 Away A... 10/20...L... (Fri.) 0-13 Utah (0-6) 0-1 Home, 0-5 Away A... 9/10...L A... 9/10...L A... 9/26...L A... 9/9...L A...L H...L Utah State (2-11) 1-2 Home, 1-8 Away A... 9/14...L A... 10/20...L A...11/18...W A... 9/6...L A... 10/9...L H...11/14...W A... 9/13...L (Japan)... 9/3...L... (Sun.) H...11/19...L A...L A...L A...L H...L Weber State (14-31) 8-15 Home, 6-16 Away A... 10/29...L... (Rain) H... 10/30...L A... 10/25...L H... 10/26...W A... 10/27...L H... 10/28...L A... 9/18...L H... 9/19...L A...11/22...L H...11/23...L H...11/18...W A...11/5...L H...11/13...L A... 10/24...L H...11/23...L A... 9/15...L... (2OT) H...11/18...L A... 10/8...L H...11/21...L A... 10/25...L H...11/16...L A...11/3...W H...11/12...W A... 10/30...L H...11/21...W... (3OT) H...11/15...W A... 9/20...L H...11/3...L A...11/4...L H...11/12...W A... 10/23...L H... 10/25...W A... 10/26...W H... 10/27...L... (HC) A...11/4...W H...11/20...L A... 10/24...W H... 10/25...L A... 10/26...L H... 10/28...L A... 10/29...L H... 10/23...L A... 10/31...W H...11/9...W A... 10/20...W Western State (18-7-1) Home, A...11/10...L H... 10/7...W A... 10/1...W H... 10/3...W A... 10/4...W H... 10/5...W A... 10/6...L H... 10/15...W... (HC) A... 10/14...L... (Thurs.) H...11/7...W H... 9/27...W A...11/3...L H... 9/30...W A...W H...W A...W H... T Idaho State University Football Media Guide 87

90 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y INDIVIDUAL Total Offense Plays Game 82, Paul Peterson vs. Nevada, Season 554, Paul Peterson, 1982 Career 1617, Jason Whitmer, Yards Game 587, Vern Harris vs. Montana, Season 3253, Vern Harris, 1984 Career 8456, Jason Whitmer, Touchdowns Game 7, Jerry Dunne vs. Parsons, Season 32, Mike Machurek, 1981 Career 58, Jason Whitmer, Idaho State University Football Media Guide Jay Whitmer Holds nine career records including completions, attempts, yards, and touchdowns Rushing Carries Game 41, Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana State, Season 216, Isaac Mitchell, 2003 Career 591, Merril Hoge, Yards Game 273, Nick Whitworth vs. Ft. Lewis, Season 1192, Alfredo Anderson, 1995 Career 3370, Alfredo Anderson, All-Purpose Plays Game 45, Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana State, Season 285, Merril Hoge, 1985 Career 829, Merril Hoge, Yards Game 310, Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana State, Season 2113, Merril Hoge, 1985 Career 5453, Merril Hoge, Passing Attempts Game 74, Paul Peterson vs. Nevada, Season 504, Mark Hetherington, 2004 Career 1349, Jason Whitmer, Completions Game 38, Jason Whitmer vs. Idaho, Season 270, Mark Hetherington, 2004 Career 721, Jason Whitmer, TDs Game 6, Jerry Dunne vs. Parsons, Season 31, Mike Machurek, 1981 Career 55, Jason Whitmer, Yardage Game 589, Vern Harris vs. Montana, Season 3551, Mike Machurek, 1981 Career 9081, Jason Whitmer Interceptions Game 7, Mick Spoon vs. Montana, Season 24, Tom Lee, 1972 Career 53, Jason Whitmer, Receiving Catches Game 15, Ed Bell vs. Montana, Season 96, Ed Bell, 1969 Career 187, Sale Key, Yards Game 261, Ed Bell vs. Parsons, Season 1522, Ed Bell 1969 Career 2676, Ed Bell, Receiving (Continued) TDs Game 4, Ed Bell vs. Parsons, , Chris Corp vs Utah State, Season 20, Ed Bell, 1969 Career 30, Ed Bell, Punting Punts Game 14, Kyle McQuown vs. Boise State, , Steve Beller vs Idaho, Season 79, Larry Kerychuk, 1967; Wally Buono, 1971 Career 256, Case debruijn, Yards Game 582, Steve Beller vs Idaho, Season 3261, Case debruijn, 1979 Career 11,760, Case debruijn, Average Game 61.5 (6), Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly, Season 46.3, Eddie Johnson, 2001 Career 46.3, Eddie Johnson, Net punting Game 61.3 (6), Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly, Season 44.3, Eddie Johnson, 2001 Career 43.7, Eddie Johnson, TDs Game Scoring 6, Steve Detmer vs. Montana Normal, (JC) 4, Ed Bell vs. Parsons, , Chris Corp vs Utah State, , Isaac Mitchell vs Eastern Washington, Season 21, Ed Bell, 1969 Career 44, Merril Hoge, Points Game 24, Steve Detmer vs. Montana Normal, (JC) 24, Ed Bell vs. Parsons, , Chris Corp vs Utah State, , Isaac Mitchell vs Eastern Washington, Season 130, Ed Bell, 1969 Career 268, Merril Hoge, Kick Scoring Field Goals Game 5, James Ferrell vs. Southern Utah, , Jeremy Hershey vs. Northern Colorado, Season 20, Darren Goodman, 1990 Career 41, Perry Larson, (41-61) Consec. 8, Darren Goodman, 1990; Javier Garcia, 2002; Jaret Johnson, 2005 (twice) Points Game 18, James Ferrell vs. Southern Utah, , Jeremy Hershey vs. Northern Colorado, Season 93, Case debruijn, 1981 Career 213, James Ferrell, Extra Point Percentage Game 1.000, Many Season 1.000, (25-25) Darren Goodman, 1990 Career.980, (49-50) Darren Goodman, Extra Points Game 7, (six times, last by) Jeremy Hershey vs. Montana- Western, (7-7) Season 48, Case debruijn, 1981 (48-51) Career 102, James Ferrell, ( ) Consec. 49, Darren Goodman,

91 b e n g a l Long Gains Pass 95td, Gary Anderson to Alfredo Anderson vs. Western Montana, Run 99td, Lyle Anderson vs Western State, Punt 88, Jeff Kaiser vs. Texas-El Paso, Punt Ret. 88td, Dubby Holt vs College of Idaho, , (Junior College) 86td, Alfredo Anderson vs. Adams State, KO Ret. 100td, Jake LaRue vs. Wyoming, 1949 FG 60, Pete Garces vs. Cal St. Northridge, Interc. 100td, Jacori Rufus vs. Southern Utah, td, Ernie James vs. Northern Colorado, Fum. Ret. 100td, Jarmaine Johns vs. Idaho, Long Gains, Opponent Pass 92td, Neal Lomax to Stu Gaussoin (Portland State), Run 95td, Cedric Croner (North Texas), Punt 77, Travis Lulay (Montana State), Punt Ret. 91td, Jeff Jenkins (Boise State), KO Ret. 100td, Junior Crockett (Weber State), td, Len Rainey (Northern Arizona), FG 56, Tony Zendejas (Nevada), , Terry Godfrey (Montana State), Interc. 99td, Todd Campbell (Northern Arizona), Fum. Ret. 95td, Justin Gaines (Montana), Kickoff Returns Number Season 34, Merril Hoge, 1986 Career 54, Merril Hoge, Yardage Season 726, Carlis Harris, 1969 Career 1506, Carlis Harris, Average Season 33.0, Carlis Harris, 1969 Career 31.4, Carlis Harris, Punt Returns Number Season 37, Emery Beckles, 2002 Career 67, Matt Courtney, Yardage Season 526, Emery Beckles, 2002 Career 903, Emery Beckles, Average Season 22.8, Carlis Harris, 1970 Career 16.3, Carlis Harris, Interceptions Game 4, William Smith vs. Montana State, Season 10, Billy Satterfield, 1968 Career 17, Trevor Bell, Tackles Game 27, Joe Mattie vs. Northern Arizona, , Mike Calley vs. Northern Arizona, 1987 Season 208, Joe Mattie, 1973 Career 414, Mike Calley, Sacks Game 5, Josh Hays vs. Boise State, 1994 Season 17½, Jared Allen, 2003 Career 42½, Josh Hays, Merril Hoge Holds records for season and career all-purpose yardage f o o t b a l l MISCELLANEOUS Most Combined Total Yards: 1316 ISU (440) vs. Weber State (876), ISU (565) at Southern Utah (734), ISU (625) vs. Weber State (664), 1985 Consec. Games Catching Passes: 38, Sale Key, Consec. Games Avg Punting: 14, Kyle McQuown, Consec. Passes Without an Interception: 147, Kevin McCarthy, 1999 Consec. Yrs. Catch 10 or more passes: 4, Merril Hoge, ; Rob Vera, ; Eugene Mirador, ; Brett Fowler, ; Sale Key, , Jeff Davenport 1998, ; Shedrack Okoebor, TEAM Penalties Game, ISU: 16, vs. Idaho, , at Eastern Washington, Game, Opp: 18, Portland State, Yards, ISU: 162, vs. Eastern Kentucky, Yards, Opp: 167, Cal State Northridge, Combined: 31, ISU (15) vs. Portland State (18), Comb. Yds.: 289, ISU (133) vs. Portland State (156), Points Scored By Quarters 1st 28 vs. Montana Tech, nd 33 vs. UNLV, rd 28 at Texas A & I-Kingsville, vs. Colorado College, th 28 vs. Montana Tech, Points Allowed By Quarters 1st 24 by North Texas, nd 35 by Southern Utah, by Cal State Northridge, rd 27 by Weber State, by Montana, th 28 by Idaho, Season Total Offense: 5677, 13G, 1981 Rushing: 2442, 9G, 1957 Passing: 4475, 13G, 1981 Total Defense: 2578, 10G, 1975 (10+ game seasons only) Rushing: 1240, 11G, 1996 (10+ game seasons only) Passing: 1019, 10G, 1975 (10+ game seasons only) Scoring Offense: 422, 13G, 1981 Scoring Defense: 148, 10G, 1975 (10+ game seasons only) Turnovers Forced: 56, 10G, 1972 Jacori Rufus His 100-yard interception return is one of 14 in I-AA history Game Points: 111, Montana-Western, (Junior College) 77, Colorado College, (Non-Division I) 64, UNLV, (Division I) Total Offense: 645, Parsons, Rushing: 448, vs. Western State, , vs. Western State, Passing: 589, Montana, Plays: 100, at Northern Colorado, ; at Portland St., TD Passes: 7, Parsons, Rush Defense: (-14), Portland State, Pass Defense: 0, Western Montana, Most Interceptions: 6, Colorado College, Most INTs Returned for TD, game: 3, Colorado College, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 89

92 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y INDIVIDUAL Rushing Carries ISU 36, Mike Jones vs. Portland State, Opp 43, Charvez Foger (Nevada), Yards ISU 273, Nick Whitworth vs. Ft. Lewis, Opp 262, Matt Cannon (Southern Utah), Long Gain ISU 85td, Alfredo Anderson vs. Chadron State, Opp 80td, Chuck Henderson (Southern Utah), TD ISU 4, Isaac Mitchell vs. Eastern Washington, Opp 3, Many Times, last by Matt Cannon (Southern Utah), Passing Attempts ISU 60, Paul Peterson vs. Idaho, Opp 62, Ken Hobart (Idaho), Complete ISU 38, Jason Whitmer vs. Idaho, Opp 47, Jamie Martin (Weber State), Yards ISU 469, Jason Whitmer vs. Weber State, Mike Machurek His five touchdown 1987 passes vs. Utah State Opp 624, Jamie Martin (Weber State), shares the ISU Holt Arena TD ISU 5, Mike Machurek vs. Utah State, record with Vern Harris and Joel Jund 5, Vern Harris vs. Montana State, , Joel Jund vs. Weber State, , Doug Baughman vs. Montana Tech, , Mark Hetherington vs. Eastern Washington, Opp 6, Doug Nussmeier (Idaho), , Travis Brown (Northern Arizona), Interceptions ISU 7, Mick Spoon vs. Montana, Opp 5, Ken Hobart (Idaho), Long Play ISU 95, Gary Anderson to Alfredo Anderson vs. W. Montana, Opp 92, Neal Lomax to Stu Gaussoin (Portland State), Receiving Receptions ISU 11, Troy Waters vs. Northern Arizona, Opp 15, Alfred Pupunu (Weber State), Yards ISU 194, Tom Hofmann vs. Eastern Michigan, Opp 214, Vincent Jackson (Northern Colorado), TD ISU 4, Chris Corp vs. Utah State, Opp 3, Keith Neal (Idaho), , Cheo Angel (Portland State), , Jake Larson (Montana-Western), , Vincent Jackson (Northern Colorado), Punting Number ISU 11, Ben Simpson vs. Weber State, Opp 13, Tom Curtin (Chico State), Yards ISU 465, Case debruijn vs. Northern Arizona, Opp 525, Mark Gould (Northern Arizona), Average ISU 61.5, Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly, Opp 53.4, Ralph Parrish (Weber State), Net Avg. ISU 61.3, Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly, Opp 48.8, Ralph Parrish (Weber State), Longest ISU 80, Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly, , Wally Buono vs. Idaho, Opp 71, Tom Spadafore (Boise State), Returns Punts Returned ISU 8, Jamie FitzGerald vs. Northern Colorado, Opp 6, Johnny Jones (Los Angeles State), , Jeremy Cooper (Northern Arizona), Punt Returns Yards ISU 209, Carlis Harris vs. Idaho, TD ISU 2, Carlis Harris vs. Idaho, Longest Punt Return ISU 86td, Alfredo Anderson vs. Adams State, Opp 69, Rob Fries (Eastern Washington), Blocked FG Return for a TD ISU None Opp 75, Kal Kelley (Montana Tech), Kickoff Return Yards ISU 183, John McCalister vs. Weber State, Opp 214, Marv Ellis (Utah State), Longest Kickoff Return ISU 93td, Butch Caston vs. Texas A&I, Opp 100td, Junior Crockett (Weber State), Interceptions ISU 3, Willie Allen vs Montana State, , Josh Robinson vs. Montana State, , Quinton Freeman vs. Weber State, Opp 4, Mike Babb (Weber State), Interception LG ISU 100td, Jacori Rufus vs. Southern Utah, td, Ernie James vs. Northern Colorado, Opp 91td, Lee Miller (Cal State Fullerton), Fumble LG ISU 58td, David Houde vs. Montana, Opp 95td, Justin Gaines (Montana), Nick Whitworth His 273-yard effort vs. Ft. Lewis broke his own record of 221 yards set just one week earlier Idaho State University Football Media Guide

93 b e n g a l Field Goals Number ISU 5, James Ferrell vs. Southern Utah, , Jeremy Hershey vs. Northern Colorado Opp 5, Marty Zendajas (Nevada), Longest ISU 60, Pete Garces vs. CS Northridge, Opp 56, Tony Zendejas (Nevada) Tackles ISU 27, Joe Mattie vs. Northern Arizona, , Mike Calley vs. Northern Arizona, Sacks ISU 5, Josh Hays vs. Boise State, OPP 6½, Kacey Allen (North. Arizona), TEAM Offense-Rushing Most Plays ISU 67, vs. Portland State, Opp 78, Montana, Most Yards ISU 393, vs. Portland State, Opp 679, Southern Utah, Passing Most Attempts ISU 60, vs. Idaho, , Opp 65, Portland State, Most Complete ISU 42, vs. Idaho, Opp 47, Weber State, Most Yards ISU 469, vs. Weber State, Opp 624, Weber State, Most TD ISU 6, vs. Weber State, Opp 6, Idaho, Total Offense Most Plays ISU 98, vs. Weber State, Opp 103, Idaho, Most Yards ISU 632, vs. Northern Arizona, Opp 876, Weber State, Pete Garces His 60-yard field goal is a Holt Arena and was a I-AA record as well Josh Hays His five sacks vs. Boise State is a Holt Arena record Scoring Most Points ISU 64, vs. Nevada-Las Vegas, Opp 73, Montana, Most Combined Points 107 Idaho State 55, Eastern Washington 52 (2 OT) Texas A&I-Kingsville 52, Idaho State 51, f o o t b a l l Defense-Rushing Fewest Plays Ran ISU 17, vs. Montana, Opp 15, by Portland State, Fewest Yards Gained ISU 8, vs. Nevada, Opp -26, by Adams State, Passing Fewest Attempts ISU 7, vs. Portland State, Opp 4, by Eastern Montana, Fewest Complete ISU 2, vs. Portland State, Opp 0, by Eastern Montana, Fewest Yards ISU 30, vs. Northern Arizona, Opp 0, by Eastern Montana, Most Interceptions ISU 7, vs. Montana, Opp 6, by Portland State, , by Montana State, Total Defense Fewest Plays ISU 47, vs. Cal State Hayward, Opp 49, by Cal State Fullerton, Fewest Yards ISU 75, vs. Northern Arizona, Opp 73, by Northern Colorado, First Downs-Offense Most First Downs Rushing ISU 19, vs. Idaho, Opp 24, by Southern Utah, Most First Downs Passing ISU 22, vs Southern Utah, Opp 31, by Weber State, Most First Downs by Penalty ISU 7, vs. Montana, Opp 6, by Cal State-Los Angeles, , by Montana, Most Total First Downs ISU 32, vs. Chico State, Opp 46, by Weber State, First Downs-Defense Fewest First Downs Rushing ISU 1, vs. Nevada, Opp 0, by Cal State Fullerton, Fewest First Downs Passing ISU 0, vs. Portland State, Opp 0, by Eastern Montana, Fewest Total First Downs ISU 9, vs. Boise State, Opp 4, by Portland State, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 91

94 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y (Statistics are unavailable prior to 1949) Total Offense G PI Yds Td Ypg Vern Harris ( ) Mike Machurek ( ) Doug Baughman ( ) Mark Hetherington ( ) Paul Peterson ( ) Jason Whitmer ( ) Shane Griggs (1996, 99-00) Robb Wetta ( ) Trevor Cavanaugh ( ) Jerry Dunne ( ) Vern Harris Passing G Com-Att-Int Pct Yds Td Ypg Vern Harris ( ) Mark Hetherington ( ) Mike Machurek ( ) Doug Baughman ( ) Paul Peterson ( ) Jason Whitmer ( ) Robb Wetta ( ) Shane Griggs (1996, 99-00) Gino Mariani ( ) Trevor Cavanaugh ( ) Rushing Att Yds Avg Td Alfredo Anderson ( ) Merril Hoge ( ) Isaac Mitchell ( ) Nick Whitworth ( ) Kennedy Nkeyasen ( , 97-98) Craig Joseph ( ) Mike Davis ( ) Corky Federico ( ) Eddie McGill ( ) Boyd Hall ( ) All-Purpose Yardage G Rush Rec Pr Kor Yds Ypg DeRonn Finley (1998, 00) Ed Bell ( ) Carlis Harris ( ) Alfredo Anderson ( ) Merril Hoge ( ) Dwain Wilson ( ) Emery Beckles ( ) Nick Whitworth ( ) Butch Caston ( ) Receiving G No Yds Avg Td CPG Ed Bell ( ) Dwain Wilson ( ) Merril Hoge ( ) Sale Key ( ) DeRonn Finley (1998, 00) Carlis Harris ( ) Tom Hofmann ( ) Shawn Beals ( ) Akilah Lacey (2003-current) Rod Childs ( ) Punting No Yds Avg Eddie Johnson ( ) 100 4, Kyle McQuown (2001) 132 5, Case debruijn ( ) , Jeff Kaiser ( ) 161 6, Steve Beller ( ) 193 7, Wally Buono ( ) 207 8, Ben Simpson ( ) , Neil Henderson ( ) 57 2, Duffy Daugherty ( ) 123 4, Matt Maloney (1986, 88) 108 4, Case debruijn Punt Returns No Yds Avg Td Carlis Harris ( ) Emery Beckles ( ) Phil Price ( ) DeRonn Finley (1998, 00) Billy Satterfield ( ) Eric Alden ( ) Louie Hurst ( ) Trevor Bell ( ) Ed Bell ( ) Darren Dubois ( ) Kickoff Returns No Yds Avg Td Carlis Harris ( ) Frank Selto ( ) DeRonn Finley (1998, 00) George Kelley ( ) Rene Garnett ( ) Emery Beckles ( ) Al Smith ( ) Monte Walzer ( ) Tony Roland ( ) Nick Whitworth ( ) Interceptions No Yds Avg Td Trevor Bell ( ) Josh Robinson ( ) Dave Benko ( , 75-76) John Berry ( , 83-84) Quinton Freeman ( ) Louie Hurst ( ) Brent Koetter ( ) Billy Satterfield ( ) Bob Matsey ( ) Walter Johnson ( ) Art Edgson ( ) Brett Helmandollar ( ) Joe Barnes ( ) Scoring G Td Pat Fg Pts Ppg Boyd Hall ( ) Ed Bell ( ) Bus Connor ( ) Jeremy Hershey ( ) Merril Hoge ( ) Jaret Johnson ( ) Pete Garces ( ) Javier Garcia ( ) Darren Goodman ( ) Billy Shaw ( ) Trevor Bell Kick-Scoring G XPM-A FGM-A Pts Ppg Jeremy Hershey ( ) Jaret Johnson ( ) Pete Garces ( ) Javier Garcia ( ) Darren Goodman ( ) Perry Larson ( ) Rene Weitmann ( ) Matt Bombard ( ) James Ferrell ( ) Matt Maloney (1985, 87-88) Idaho State University Football Media Guide

95 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Total Offense G PI Yds Td Ypg Mike Machurek (1981) Vern Harris (1984) Kevin McCarthy (1999) Doug Baughman (2002) Jason Whitmer (1987) Mark Hetherintgon (2004) Jerry Dunne (1969) Shane Griggs (2000) Vern Harris (1985) Paul Peterson (1983) Kevin McCarthy Punt Returns No Yds Avg Td Carlis Harris (1970) Louie Hurst (1970) Emery Beckles (2003) DeRonn Finley (2000) Ed Bell (1968) Phil Price (1971) Billy Satterfield (1967) Emery Beckles (2002) Trevor Bell (1997) Eric Alden (1993) Passing G Com-Att-Int Pct Yds Td Ypg Vern Harris (1984) Mike Machurek (1981) Jason Whitmer (1987) Mark Hetherington (2004) Kevin McCarthy (1999) Doug Baughman (2002) Shane Griggs (2000) Vern Harris (1985) Paul Peterson (1983) Jason Whitmer (1989) Rushing G Att Yds Avg Td Avg Alfredo Anderson (1995) Alfredo Anderson (1993) Nick Whitworth (1999) Merril Hoge (1985) Isaac Mitchell (2002) Nick Whitworth (2000) Merril Hoge (1984) Boyd Hall (1959) Isaac Mitchell (2003) Mike Jones (2001) Kickoff Returns No Yds Avg Td Carlis Harris (1969) Carlis Harris (1968) Robert Johnson (1992) Carlis Harris (1970) Frank Selto (1987) Adam Johnson (1993) DeRonn Finley (1998) Rene Garnett (1973) Phil Price (1971) Monte Walzer (1997) Interceptions No Yds Avg Td Billy Satterfield (1968) Trevor Bell (1997) Trevor Bell (1996) Quinton Freeman (2002) Josh Robinson (2000) Louie Hurst (1970) Phil Spain (1972) Brent Koetter (1984) Walter Johnson (1984) Matt Courtney (1983) Reggie Allen (1983) Ed Bell All-Purpose Yardage G Rush Rec Pr Kor Yds Ypg Merril Hoge (1985) Ed Bell (1969) Nick Whitworth (1999) DeRonn Finley (2000) Alfredo Anderson (1995) Carlis Harris (1970) Merril Hoge (1986) Ed Bell (1968) Dwain Wilson (1981) Carlis Harris (1969) Receiving G No Yds Avg Td CPG Ed Bell (1969) Ed Bell (1968) Tom Hoffman (1971) Sale Key (2004) Merril Hoge (1985) Dwain Wilson (1981) Shawn Beals (1987) Rommie Wheeler (1994) Shedrack Okoebor (2004) Greg Smith (1978) Punting No Yds Avg Eddie Johnson (2001) Eddie Johnson (2002) Thomas Washington (1994) Case debruijn (1979) Tom Zaun (1955) Case debruijn (1980) Case debruijn (1981) Kyle McQuown (2003) Neil Henderson (1958) Kyle McQuown (2004) Scoring G Td Pat Fg Pts Ppg Ed Bell (1969) Boyd Hall (1959) Merril Hoge (1985) Billy Shaw (1964) Ken Cornist (2005) Carlis Harris (1970) Darren Goodman (1990) Jeremy Hershey (2003) Merril Hoge (1984) Alfredo Anderson (1995) Merril Hoge (1984) Alfredo Anderson (1995) Kick-Scoring G XPM-A FGM-A Pts Ppg Darren Goodman (1990) Jeremy Hershey (2003) Perry Larson (1983) Pete Garces (1999) Jaret Johnson (2005) Javier Garcia (2001) Case debruijn (1981) James Ferrell (1996) Rene Weitmann (1995) Perry Larson (1984) Idaho State University Football Media Guide 93

96 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y All-Time 100-yard rushing games Nick Whitworth vs. Fort Lewis ( ) Alfredo Anderson at Montana State ( ) Edward Coleman at Portland State ( ) Nick Whitworth vs. Eastern Oregon ( ) Eddie McGill at Montana ( ) John Peoples vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Nick Whitworth at Utah State ( ) Mike Jones vs. Portland State ( ) Sylvester Jones vs. Boise State ( ) Isaac Mitchell vs. Eastern Washington ( ) Jack Frisch vs. Western State ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Southern Utah ( ) 183 Boyd Hall vs. College of Idaho ( ) Kennedy Nkeyasen at Portland State ( ) Eddie McGill vs. Weber State ( ) Craig Joseph vs. Cal State Northridge ( ) Merril Hoge vs. Weber State ( ) Bus Connor vs. Western State ( ) Alfredo Anderson at Boise State ( ) Darl Thornton at Northern Arizona ( ) Alfredo Anderson at Montana ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana State ( ) 161 Sylvester Jones vs. Mesa State ( ) Isaac Mitchell at Sacramento State ( ) 160 Alfredo Anderson at Boise State ( ) Larry Kent vs. Colorado College ( ) Boyd Hall vs. Northern Colorado ( ) Merril Hoge vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 148 Josh Barnett at Montana State ( ) Mike Davis at South Dakota ( ) 147 Bus Connor at Lewis and Clark ( ) Cleavon Bradshaw vs. Sacramento St. ( ) Bus Connor vs. Eastern Washington ( ) Kennedy Nkeyasen vs. Portland State ( ) 141 Sylvester Jones at Northern Arizona ( ) Mike Jones at Utah State ( ) 140 Merril Hoge at Portland State ( ) Craig Joseph at Northern Arizona ( ) Ron Pugmire vs. Western State ( ) Boyd Hall vs. Montana State ( ) David Beverly vs. Portland State ( ) 135 Nick Whitworth at Sacramento State ( ) Nick Whitworth vs. Sacramento State ( ) 134 Jim Witkowski at Eastern Michigan ( ) 134 Boyd Hall vs. Western State ( ) Corky Federico vs. Idaho ( ) 133 Jerry Dunne at Idaho ( ) Mike Jones at Weber State ( ) 132 Alfredo Anderson vs. CS Northridge ( ) Anthony Elgaaen vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 131 Scott Hersley at Eastern Washington ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Chadron State ( ) Alfredo Anderson at Cal Poly ( ) Bus Connor vs. Northern Arizona ( ) George Kom at Colorado College ( ) 127 Joe Sarratore vs. Adams State ( ) Isaac Mitchell at Utah State ( ) 126 Merril Hoge vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 126 Kevin Crocker vs. UNLV ( ) Rob Vera vs. Eastern Washington ( ) George Kelley at Weber State ( ) 124 Corky Federico vs. Weber State ( ) Josh Barnett vs. Portland State ( ) 123 Robert Johnson at Weber State ( ) 123 Jack Frisch at Brigham Young ( ) Josh Barnett at Sacramento State ( ) 122 Isaac Mitchell vs. Cal Poly ( ) 122 Butch Caston vs. Idaho ( ) Ken Cornist vs. Montana-Western ( ) 120 Merril Hoge vs. Idaho ( ) 120 Rene Garnett at Boise State ( ) Idaho State University Football Media Guide Billy Shaw vs. Nevada ( ) 117 Boyd Hall at Nebraska-Omaha ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana ( ) 116 Thomas Washington vs. Adams State ( ) 116 George Kelley at Montana ( ) 116 Pal Sartori vs. Portland State ( ) 116 Mike Acker vs. Weber State ( ) Craig Joseph vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 115 Bus Connor vs. Northern Colorado ( ) Isaac Mitchell vs. Southern Utah ( ) 114 Kennedy Nkeyasen vs. Southern Utah ( ) 114 Merril Hoge vs. Montana State ( ) 114 Jerry Mahoney vs. Hamilton Air Force Base ( ) 114 Bus Connor vs. Colorado College ( ) Nick Whitworth vs. Montana State ( ) Isaac Mitchell at Montana State ( ) 112 Rob Vera vs. Weber State ( ) 112 Corky Federico at Portland State ( ) 112 Eddie McGill vs. Eastern Montana ( ) 112 Tyrone Watley at Portland State ( ) Mike Davis at Eastern Michigan ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 110 Scott Hersley vs. Mesa State ( ) 110 Eddie McGill vs. Utah State ( ) 110 Mike Davis vs. Nevada ( ) 110 Jerry Dunne vs. UNLV ( ) 110 Keith Berry at Nebraska-Omaha ( ) Dale Neussen vs. Portland State ( ) 109 Lyle Andersen vs. Western State ( ) Isaac Mitchell vs. Montana ( ) 108 Alfredo Anderson vs. Weber State ( ) 108 Rene Garnett at Weber State ( ) 108 Bill Hardy at Montana State ( ) Rod Gilner vs. Weber State ( ) 107 Kevin Wellard at Weber State ( ) Wade Wilhite at Montana ( ) 106 Boyd Hall vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Isaac Mitchell at Portland State ( ) 105 Isaac Mitchell vs. Montana State ( ) 105 Isaac Mitchell vs. Sacramento State ( ) 105 Sylvester Jones at Idaho ( ) 105 Jim Wagstaff vs. Montana State ( ) Merril Hoge vs. Boise State ( ) 104 Larry Kent vs. Colorado College ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs. Montana State ( ) 103 Corky Federico vs. Texas A & I ( ) 103 Nick Yorges vs. Weber State ( ) 103 Carl Williams vs. Nevada ( ) Josh Barnett vs. Sacramento State ( ) 102 Rob Vera at Nevada ( ) 102 Frank Selto vs. Montana State ( ) 102 Jerry Dunne vs. Omaha ( ) Isaac Mitchell vs. Southern Utah ( ) 101 Merril Hoge vs. Boise State ( ) 101 Mike Acker at Portland State ( ) 101 Larry Kent at College of Idaho ( ) Bruce Bachmeier at Montana ( ) Player 100-yd Gms. 200-yd Gams. High Game Alfredo Anderson Isaac Mitchell Merril Hoge Nick Whitworth Boyd Hall Bus Connor Eddie McGill Sylvester Jones Josh Barnett Corky Federico Mike Jones Kennedy Nkeyasen Craig Joseph Larry Kent Mike Davis Jerry Dunne Rob Vera Jack Frisch Scott Hersley George Kelley Rene Garnett Mike Acker (Note 100-yd game totals include the 200-yd games) Tied with 1: Ed Coleman (200-yard game), Darl Thornton, Cleavon Bradshaw, Ron Pugmire, David Beverly, Jim Witkowski, Anthony Elgaaen, George Kom, Joe Sarratore, Kevin Crocker, Robert Johnson, Butch Caston, Ken Cornist, Billy Shaw, Thomas Washington, Pal Sartori, Jerry Mahoney, Tyrone Watley, Keith Berry, Dale Neussen, Lyle Andersen, Bill Hardy, Rod Gilner, Kevin Wellard, Wade Wilhite, Jim Wagstaff, Nick Yorges, Carl Williams, Frank Selto, Bruce Bachmeier All-Time 100-yard receiving games (All-Time) Ed Bell vs. Parsons ( ) Shawn Beals at Montana ( ) Tom Hofmann vs. Eastern Michigan ( ) Tom Hofmann at Montana ( ) Akilah Lacey at Montana ( ) Ed Bell vs. Portland State ( ) Kevin Pettit vs. Weber State ( ) Jody Griswold at Montana ( ) Rommie Wheeler at Boise State ( ) 167 Rommie Wheeler at Boise State ( ) 167 Ed Bell at Montana ( ) Chris Corp vs. Utah State ( ) Jerry Bird vs. Eastern Kentucky (N) ( ) DeRonn Finley vs. Southern Utah ( ) 160 Eugene Mirador at Eastern Washington ( ) 160 Charles Ewing vs. Rhode Island ( ) Charles Ewing vs. South Carolina State ( ) Shawn Beals at Boise State ( ) Brett Fowler vs. Southern Utah ( ) Al Smith at Eastern Washington ( ) 151 Greg Smith vs. Portland State ( ) 151 Ken Warren vs. UNLV ( ) Sylvester Jones at Weber State ( ) 149 Michael Thompson vs. Montana State ( ) Carlis Harris vs. Portland State ( ) Shawn Beals vs. Weber State ( ) Brett Fowler at Utah State ( ) 145 Troy Waters vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Ed Bell at Montana State ( ) Tom Hofmann at UNLV ( ) Sam Carter vs. Idaho ( ) DeRonn Finley vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 140 Alfredo Anderson at New Mexico ( ) Tad Pearson at Northern Arizona ( ) 138 Tom Hofmann vs. Weber State ( ) Joe Funk vs. Mesa State ( ) Sylvester Jones vs. Southern Utah ( ) Bob Odom vs. Omaha ( ) James Jackson at Montana ( ) 132 Ed Bell at South Dakota State ( ) Joe Funk vs. Southern Utah ( ) 131 Sam Carter vs. Minnesota-Duluth ( ) 131 Rommie Wheeler vs. Adams State ( ) Sale Key at Montana ( ) 130 Sale Key at Portland State ( ) 130 Rod Childs at Weber State ( ) Shedrack Okoebor at Southern Utah ( ) Sale Key vs. Southern Utah ( ) 128 Shawn Beals at Nevada ( ) 128 Greg Smith vs. Montana ( ) Sale Key at Northern Arizona ( ) 127 Chris Brinagh at Southern Utah ( ) 127 DeRonn Finley vs. Southern Utah ( )

97 127 Lamont Jones vs. Western State ( ) Butch Caston vs. Montana ( ) Brett Fowler at Northern Arizona ( ) 123 Ken O Neal at Nevada ( ) Blake Stamper vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Sylvester Jones vs. Montana ( ) 121 Shawn Beals vs. Portland State ( ) 121 Tom Hofmann vs. Montana State ( ) Bus Connor vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Brett Fowler vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 119 Charles James vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 119 Elliot Giles at North Texas ( ) Akilah Lacey vs. Cal Poly ( ) 117 Brett Fowler vs. Northern Colorado ( ) 117 Rommie Wheeler at Northern Arizona ( ) Jesse Levin vs. Ft. Lewis ( ) David Steel at Portland State ( ) 115 Rommie Wheeler vs. Idaho ( ) 115 Torrey Sheets vs. Cal State Northridge ( ) 115 Todd Jones at Northern Arizona ( ) Nick Whitworth at Eastern Washington ( ) 114 Rod Childs at Portland ( ) 114 Craig Norby vs. Montana State ( ) Brett Fowler vs. Montana State ( ) 113 Chris Corp at Montana State ( ) Jason Girley vs. Portland State ( ) 112 Shawn Beals vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 112 Tom Fischer at Montana State ( ) DeRonn Finley at Cal State Northridge ( ) 111 Justin Young at Northern Arizona ( ) 111 Tom Sharp vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 111 Joe Funk at Northern Colorado ( ) Lamont Allen at Eastern Washington ( ) 110 Jeff Davenport vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 110 Ed Bell at Fresno State ( ) Sale Key vs. Weber State ( ) 109 Jaxon Ernst vs. Montana State ( ) 109 Joe Funk at Northern Arizona ( ) 109 Shawn Beals vs. Cal State Chico ( ) 109 Ed Scott vs. Weber State ( ) 109 Ed Bell vs. Nebraska-Omaha ( ) Wade Wilhite vs. Eastern Washington ( ) Troy Waters vs. Montana State ( ) 107 Tom Sharp vs. Weber State ( ) 107 Chris Cawdry vs. Nevada ( ) David Steel vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 105 Jaxon Ernst vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Eugene Mirador vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 104 Joe Funk vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 104 Chris Corp vs. Montana State ( ) Isaac Mitchell at Eastern Washington ( ) 103 DeRonn Finley vs. Weber State ( ) Alfredo Anderson vs Western Montana ( ) 102 Elloit Giles vs. Cal Poly ( ) 102 Rommie Wheeler vs. Montana ( ) John McCalister vs. Mesa State ( ) 101 Butch Caston vs. Nevada ( ) Sale Key vs. Weber State ( ) 100 Lamont Allen vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 100 Joe Funk at Weber State ( ) 100 Butch Caston at Boise State ( ) 100 Butch Caston vs. Taxas A&I ( ) 100 Shawn Beals vs. Montana State ( ) 100 Brooks Douglass at Montana ( ) 100 Michael Thompson vs. Nevada ( ) 100 Chris Cawrdy at Drake ( ) b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Player 100-yd Gms. 200-yd Gams. High Game Shawn Beals Ed Bell Sale Key Tom Hofmann Rommie Wheeler Brett Fowler Joe Funk DeRonn Finley Butch Caston Akilah Lacey Chris Corp Sylvester Jones Shedrack Okoebor Eugene Mirador Charles Ewing Greg Smith Troy Waters Sam Carter Alfredo Anderson Rod Childs Elliot Giles David Steel Tom Sharp Lamont Allen Jaxon Ernst Chris Cawdry (Note 100-yd game totals include the 200-yd games) Kevin Pettit, Jody Griswold, Jerry Bird, Al Smith, Ken Warren, Michael Thompson, Carlis Harris, Tad Pearson, Bob Odom, James Jackson, Chris Brinagh, Lamont Jones, Ken O Neal, Blake Stamper, Bus Connor, Charles James, Jesse Levin, Torrey Sheets, Todd Jones, Nick Whitworth, Craig Norby, Jason Girley, Tom Fischer, Justin Young, Jeff Davenport, Ed Scott, Wade Wilhite, Isaac Mitchell, John McCalister, Brooks Douglass, Michael Thompson. All-Time 300-yard passing games (All-Time) Vern Harris at Montana ( ) Kevin McCarthy at Southern Utah ( ) Kevin McCarthy at Eastern Wash. ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Weber State ( ) Mark Hetherington vs. So. Utah ( ) Mike Machurek vs. Utah State ( ) Mike Machurek at Portland State ( ) Vern Harris at Eastern Washington ( ) Mark Hetherington at Montana ( ) Trevor Cavanaugh at Eastern Wash. ( ) Mark Hetherington vs. Montana ( ) Vern Harris at Northern Arizona ( ) Doug Baughman at Sacramento St. ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Mark Hetherington vs. Eastern Wash. ( ) Shane Griggs vs. Southern Utah ( ) 385 Jerry Dunne at Montana ( ) Jason Whitmer at Boise State ( ) Paul Peterson vs. Nevada ( ) Paul Peterson at Nevada ( ) Vern Harris at UNLV ( ) Doug Baughman vs. Eastern Wash. ( ) Rob Wetta vs. Boise State ( ) Mark Hetherington at No. Colorado ( ) Mike Machurek at Idaho ( ) Shane Griggs at Northern Arizona ( ) 356 Paul Peterson at Drake ( ) 356 Jerry Dunne vs. Parsons ( ) Shane Griggs vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 355 Mike Machurek at Weber State ( ) Mark Hetherington at Sacramento St. ( ) Mike Machurek vs. Rhode Island ( ) Jason Whtmer vs. Idaho ( ) Doug Baughman vs. Northern Ariz. ( ) Vern Harris vs. Montana ( ) Mark Hetherington vs. Montana State ( ) Vern Harris at Texas-El Paso ( ) Larry Kerychuk vs. Portland State ( ) Paul Peterson vs. Cal St. Fullerton ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Mesa State ( ) Gino Mariani vs. Cal State Chico ( ) Shane Griggs vs. Cal St. Northridge ( ) 333 Rob Wetta at North Texas ( ) Doug Baughman at Eastern Wash. ( ) Mike Machurek vs. East. Kentucky (N) ( ) Rob Wetta vs. Minnesota-Duluth ( ) 328 Mike Machurek vs. Nevada ( ) Roman Ybarra vs. Northern Colorado ( ) Mark Hetherington vs. Portland State ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Northern Arizona ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Cal St. Northridge ( ) Doug Baughman vs. Weber State ( ) Jason Whitmer at Northern Arizona ( ) Jason Whitmer at Weber State ( ) 312 Paul Peterson vs. Nevada ( ) 312 Mike Machurek vs. Weber State ( ) Vern Harris at Weber State ( ) Jason Whitmer at Nevada ( ) Shane Griggs vs. Montana Tech ( ) Jason Whitmer at Eastern Wash. ( ) Jason Whitmer vs. Montana State ( ) Gino Mariani at Cal State Nullerton ( ) Mark Hetherington at Southern Utah ( ) 302 Doug Baughman at Southern Utah ( ) Vern Harris vs. Idaho ( ) 301 Jerry Dunne at Idaho ( ) Mark Hetherington at San Diego State ( ) 300 Doug Baughman vs. Montana ( ) Player 300-yd 400-yd 500-yd High Game Jason Whitmer Mark Hetherington Vern Harris Mike Machurek Doug Baughman Shane Griggs Paul Peterson Jerry Dunne Rob Wetta Kevin McCarthy Gino Mariani Trevor Cavanaugh Larry Kerychuk Roman Ybarra (Note 300-yd game totals include the 400-yd games, etc.) 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 95

98 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y All-Time Longest Field Goals (All-Time 50+ yards) Pete Garces vs. Cal State Northridge ( ) Joe Petrone vs. Portland State ( ) Andy Norell vs. Idaho ( ) Pete Garces at Eastern Washington ( ) 55 Pete Garces vs. Portland State ( ) 55 Perry Larson vs. Boise State ( ) 55 Pete Garces at New Mexico ( ) Jaret Johnson vs. Portland State ( ) 54 Javier Garcia at Northern Arizona ( ) 54 Pete Garces vs. Montana State ( ) 54 Pete Garces vs. Montana ( ) 54 Pete Garces vs. Sacramento State ( ) 54 Andy Norell vs. Idaho ( ) Jeremy Hershey vs. Montana ( ) 53 Javier Garcia vs. Southern Utah ( ) 53 Pete Garces vs. Sacramento State ( ) 53 Darren Goodman vs. Southern Utah ( ) Pete Garces at Idaho ( ) 52 James Ferrell vs. Weber State ( ) 52 Rene Weitmann at Weber State ( ) 52 Perry Larson vs. Nevada ( ) Jeremy Hershey vs. Montana State ( ) 51 Rene Weitmann vs. Cal State Chico ( ) 51 Pete Garces vs. Southern Utah ( ) 51 James Ferrell vs. Cal State Northridge ( ) 51 Darren Goodman vs. Northern Iowa ( ) 51 Perry Larson vs. Montana ( ) Jaret Johnson at Kentucky ( ) 50 Jeremy Hershey at Utah State ( ) 50 Pete Garces at Weber State ( ) 50 Darren Goodman at Nevada ( ) 50 Case debruijn vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 50 Case debruijn vs. Montana ( ) Top Ten Longest Pass Plays (All-Time) 1. 95td Gary Anderson to Alfredo Anderson vs. W. Montana ( ) 2. 92td Jerry Dunne to Ken Warren vs. UNLV ( ) 3. 89td Vern Harris to Tad Pearson at Northern Arizona ( ) 4. 86td Virgil Gardner to Sam Carter at Boise State ( ) 86td Joel Jund to Sylvester Jones vs. Southern Utah ( ) 6. 85td Doug Baughman to Isaac Mitchell at E. Washington ( ) 7. 82td Dan Halt to Ed Bell vs. Parsons ( ) 8. 81td Virgil Gardner to Alfredo Anderson at New Mexico ( ) 9. 79td Doug Baughman to Jason Girley vs. Portland State ( ) 79td Jermain Anderson to Brett Fowler at No. Arizona ( ) (NOTE: Jermain Anderson s 79-yard pass to Brett Fowler is the longest pass thrown by a non-quarterback. The play was a double-pass, with Anderson as a wide receiver. Baughman s 85-yard pass to Mitchell was a screen pass, as was Gardner s 81-yard pass to Anderson.) Longest Runs From Scrimmage (All-Time) 1. 99td Lyle Andersen vs. Western State ( ) 2. 86td Robert Johnson at Weber State ( ) 3. 85td Alfredo Anderson vs. Chadron State ( ) 4. 83td Nick Whitworth vs. Fort Lewis ( ) 83td Alfredo Anderson vs. Southern Utah ( ) 6. 82td Isaac Mitchell vs. Southern Utah ( ) 82td Kennedy Nkeyasen vs. Portland State ( ) 82td Billy Shaw vs. Western State ( ) 82td Ronald Pugmire vs. Western State ( ) td Charles Atkinson at Nevada ( ) (Lyle Andersen s 99-yard touchdown is the longest run by an ISU quarterback as well. The play was actually a quarterback sneak designed to get off the goal line) Longest Interception Returns (All-Time) td Jacori Rufus vs. Southern Utah ( ) 100td Ernie James vs. Northern Colorado ( ) 3. 98td Parr Sainsbury vs. Colorado College ( ) 4. 97td LeRoy Russell vs. Colorado College ( ) 5. 92td Bobby Hallcy at Weber State ( ) 6. 90td Charles Atkinson at Gooding ( ) 7. 86td Ken Parks at Nevada ( ) Idaho State University Football Media Guide 8. 82td Burdette Mallack vs. Colorado College ( ) 9. 80td Rex Thomas vs. Ricks College ( ) td Josh Whitworth vs. Montana-Western ( ) td David Beverly vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 70td Brandon Reed at Southern Utah ( ) 70td Marcus Jackson at Cal Poly ( ) 70td Nick Yorges at Montana State ( ) (Rufus interception occured two-yards deep in the end zone, while James was at the goalline. He tragically passed away from a car accident the follwing March. Sainsbury s touchdown return was his last as a Bengal, as back injuries forced him to retire) Longest Punts (All-Time) Jeff Kaiser at Texas-El Paso ( ) Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly ( ) 80 Wally Buono vs. Idaho ( ) Case debruijn vs. Nevada ( ) Jeff Kaiser at Northern Arizona ( ) Kyle McQuown vs. Sacramento State ( ) 73 Matt Maloney vs. CS Chico ( ) 73 Steve Holzer vs. Idaho ( ) 73 Steve Beller at Weber State ( ) Kyle McQuown vs. Montana-Western ( ) 72 Case debruijn vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 72 Steve Beller at Wyoming ( ) Randy Nate vs. Idaho ( ) Eddie Johnson vs. Cal Poly ( ) 70 Ben Simpson vs. Montana State ( ) 70 Case debruijn at Utah State ( ) 70 Tom Zaun vs. Pepperdine ( ) Longest Kickoff Returns (All-Time) td Jake LaRue vs. Wyoming ( ) 2. 97td DeRonn Finley at Portland State ( ) 97td Frank Selto at Boise State ( ) 97td Carlis Harris at UNLV ( ) 97td Jake LaRue vs. Colorado College ( ) 6. 95td Carlis Harris at Montana State ( ) 7. 93td Butch Caston vs. Texas A&I ( ) 8. 92td Frank Selto vs. Idaho ( ) 9. 90td Monte Walzer at Cal State Sacramento ( ) 90td Herman Noblisse vs. Western State ( ) (NOTE: LaRue had previously been credited with a 100-yard touchdown against Colorado College also in 1949, but that score was actually his 97-yarder the previous year) Top Ten Longest Punt Returns (All-Time, 65+ yards) 1. 88td Milton Dubby Holt vs. College of Idaho ( ) 2. 86td Alfredo Anderson vs. Adams State ( ) 3. 85td DeRonn Finley vs. Sacramento State ( ) 85td Billy Satterfield vs. South Dakota State ( ) 5. 83td Emery Beckles at Weber State ( ) 83td Carlis Harris at Idaho ( ) 7. 80td Emery Beckles vs. Northern Arizona ( ) 80td Vern Adams vs. Montana State ( ) 80td Mike Gates vs. Ricks College ( ) td DeRonn Finley at Montana ( ) td Matt Courtney at Nevada ( ) Emery Beckles vs. Eastern Washington ( ) 65td Carlis Harris at Idaho ( ) (NOTE: Anderson s 86-yard touchdown is the modern record, which is from 1947 forward, when ISU became a four-year school. Dubby Holt returned a punt 88-yards for a touchdown against the College of Idaho in 1937 s Homecoming game)

99 Total Offense Bus Connor Larry Brackenbury George Kom Joe Sarratore Boyd Hall Boyd Hall Darl Thornton Bill Loehr Billy Shaw Billy Shaw Don Neves Bill Ingram Bill Ingram Larry Kerychuk Jerry Dunne Jerry Dunne Tom Lee Tom Lee Gary Wood Steve Tosches Steve Tosches Steve Holzer Eddie McGill Mick Spoon Eddie McGill Mike Machurek Mike Machurek Paul Peterson Paul Peterson Vern Harris Vern Harris Gino Mariani Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Trevor Cavanaugh Sylvester Jones Virgil Gardner Robb Wetta Robb Wetta Shane Griggs Seth Burford Seth Burford Kevin McCarthy Shane Griggs Doug Baughman Doug Baughman Mark Hetherington Mark Hetherington Matt Hagler All-Purpose Yardage Bus Connor Bus Connor Jim Wagstaff Joe Sarratore Boyd Hall Boyd Hall Stan Brown Bill Jencks Bill Harvey Billy Shaw Paul McCormick Mike Acker Mike Acker Ed Bell Ed Bell Carlis Harris Tom Hofmann Rene Garnett b e n g a l Rene Garnett Tom Hofmann Kevin Crocker Curt Ashton Eddie McGill Greg Smith Eddie McGill Dwain Wilson Dwain Wilson Cliff Baxter Michael Thompson Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Butch Caston Rob Vera Chris Schrade George Kelly Al Smith Sylvester Jones Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson Monte Walzer DeRonn Finley Nick Whitworth DeRonn Finley Mike Jones Isaac Mitchell Emery Beckles Sale Key Kenyon Blue Passing Effeciency Reid Gunnell Larry Brackenbury Ken Peterson Gary Tomlinson Not Available Bill Loehr Chuck Forrestal Billy Shaw Don Neves Bill Ingram Bill Ingram Larry Kerychuk Dan Halt Jerry Dunne Tom Lee Tom Lee Gary Wood Steve Tosches Steve Tosches Steve Holzer Mick Spoon Mick Spoon John Coatta Mike Machurek Mike Machurek Paul Peterson Paul Peterson Vern Harris Vern Harris Gino Mariani Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Trevor Cavanaugh Shawn Behr Virgil Gardner f o o t b a l l Rob Wetta Rob Wetta Shane Griggs Seth Burford Seth Burford Kevin McCarthy Shane Griggs Doug Baughman Doug Baughman Mark Hetherington Mark Hetherington Matt Hagler Passing Yards Reid Gunnell Larry Brackenbury Ken Peterson Gary Tomlinson Lyle Petty Bill Loerh Chuck Forrestal Bill Loehr Billy Shaw Billy Shaw Don Neves Bill Ingram Bill Ingram Larry Kerychuk Jerry Dunne Jerry Dunne Tom Lee Tom Lee Gary Wood Steve Tosches Steve Tosches Steve Holzer Mick Spoon Mick Spoon Dirk Koetter Mike Machurek Mike Machurek Paul Peterson Paul Peterson Vern Harris Vern Harris Gino Mariani Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Jason Whitmer Trevor Cavanaugh Shawn Behr Virgil Gardner Robb Wetta Robb Wetta Shane Griggs Seth Burford Seth Burford Kevin McCarthy Shane Griggs Doug Baughman Doug Baughman Mark Hetherington Mark Hetherington Matt Hagler Rushing Yards Bus Connor Bus Connor Bus Connor Larry Kent Not Available George Kom Joe Sarratore Boyd Hall Boyd Hall Darl Thornton Bill Jencks Billy Shaw Billy Shaw Don Neves Mike Acker Mike Acker Lewis Cook Jerry Dunne Jerry Dunne Mike Davis Rene Garnett Rene Garnett Ken Monroe Tony McCright Kevin Wellard Eddie McGill Don Woolley Eddie McGill Dwain Wilson Dwain Wilson Mike Holliday Ron Gilner Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Corky Federico Rob Vera Rob Vera George Kelley Scott Hersley Sylvester Jones Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson Craig Joseph Kennedy Nkeyasen Kennedy Nkeyasen Nick Whitworth Nick Whitworth Mike Jones Isaac Mitchell Isaac Mitchell Josh Barnett Josh Barnett Receptions Jake LaRue Nolan Ford Bus Connor Bob Cook Neil Henderson/John Ventry... Ron Pugmire Neil Henderson Don Papenberg Jim Fransen Kent Dean Bill Harvey Ron Arnold Ron Arnold John McCarthy Jim Rackley Ed Bell Ed Bell Carlis Harris/Tom Ude Tom Hofmann Tom Fischer Tom Hofmann Idaho State University Football Media Guide 97

100 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Tom Hofmann Craig Norby Craig Norby Don Woolley Greg Smith Greg Smith Rod Childs Dwain Wilson Cliff Baxter Ken O Neal Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Shawn Beals Kevin Pettit Joe Funk Joe Funk Sylvester Jones Rommie Wheeler Josh Gibbs Rommie Wheeler Justin Young Justin Young Jaxon Ernst DeRonn Finley Jesse Levin/Eugene Mirador DeRonn Finley Jason Girley Eugene Mirador Sale Key Sale Key Eddie Thompson...39 Receiving Yards Jake LaRue Lamont Jones Bus Connor Bob Hodson Ron.Pugmire/N. Henderson Neil Henderson Herman Noblisse Jim Fransen Kent Dean Bill Harvey Ron Arnold/George Douglas Ron Arnold Bob Odom Jim Ackley Ed Bell Ed Bell Carlis Harris Tom Hofmann Tom Fischer Tom Hofmann Tom Hofmann Craig Norby Craig Norby Greg Smith Greg Smith Greg Smith Rod Childs Charles Ewing Ken O Neal Blake Stamper Jody Griswold Merril Hoge Butch Caston Shawn Beals Torrey Sheets Joe Funk Joe Funk Sylvester Jones Rommie Wheeler Sam Carter Rommie Wheeler Justin Young Elliot Giles Jaxon Ernst DeRonn Finley Brian Goodell DeRonn Finley Brett Fowler Brett Fowler Sale Key Sale Key Eddie Thompson Scoring Jake LaRue Jay Paris Bus Connor Bus Connor Bus Connor Larry Kent Not Available George Kom Ron Pugmire Boyd Hall Boyd Hall Darl Thornton Bill Jencks Billy Shaw Billy Shaw Don Neves Bob Odom Mike Acker Ed Bell Ed Bell Louie Hurst Tom Hofmann Rene Garnett Tom Hofmann Steve Beller Kevin Crocker Ricardo Restrepo Jeff Fillmore Greg Smith Bruce Bachmeier Case debruijn Case debruijn Perry Larson Perry Larson Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Merril Hoge Matt Maloney Todd Jones Matt Bombard Darren Goodman Darren Goodman Randy Nate Andy Norrell Alfredo Anderson Alfredo Anderson James Ferrell James Ferrell Pete Garces Pete Garces DeRonn Finley Javier Garcia Isaac Mitchell Jeremy Hershey Sale Key Ken Cornist Idaho State University Football Media Guide Field Goals Carl Williams None Don Gatewood None Don Neves Don Neves Lowell Van Orman Rich Carrillo Joe Petrone Doug Flint Louie Hurst Louie Hurst Steve Beller Steve Beller Steve Beller Ricardo Restrepo Ricardo Restrepo Jeff Fillmore Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Perry Larson Perry Larson Perry Larson Rene Weitmann Rene Weitmann Matt Maloney Matt Bombard Matt Bombard Darren Goodman Darren Goodman Randy Nate Andy Norrell James Ferrell James Ferrell James Ferrell James Ferrell Pete Garces Pete Garces Javier Garcia Javier Garcia Jeremy Hershey Jeremy Hershey Jaret Johnson Jaret Johnson Extra Points Jay Paris Carl Williams Larry Brackenbury Bob Fails Not Available George Kom Ron Pugmire... Neil Henderson/Jim Koetter... 2-? Neil Henderson Don Gatewood Bardell Bailey/Louie Mello Billy Shaw Carl Humphreys Don Neves Don Neves Lowell Van Orman Rich Carrillo Joe Petrone Louie Hurst Louie Hurst Steve Beller Steve Beller Steve Beller Steve Beller Ricardo Restrepo Ricardo Restrepo Jeff Fillmore Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Perry Larson Perry Larson Perry Larson Rene Weitmann Rene Weitmann Matt Maloney Matt Bombard Matt Bombard Darren Goodman Darren Goodman Randy Nate Andy Norrell James Ferrell James Ferrell James Ferrell James Ferrell Pete Garces Pete Garces Javier Garcia Javier Garcia Jeremy Hershey Jeremy Hershey Jaret Johnson Jaret Johnson Punting Average Jack Logan Tom Zaun Not Available George Kom Neil Henderson Neil Henderson Jim Schneider Jerry Carothers Jerry Carothers John Miller Paul McCormick Paul Shaner Larry Taylor Larry Kerychuk Joe Petrone Larry Rodriguez Wally Buono Wally Buono Steve Beller Steve Beller Steve Beller Steve Holzer Steve Holzer Jeff Fillmore Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Case debruijn Jeff Kaiser Jeff Kaiser Jeff Kaiser Gino Mariani Matt Maloney Gino Mariani Matt Maloney Duffy Daugherty Duffy Daugherty Darren Goodman Rod Murphy Randy Nate

101 Thomas Washington James Ferrell James Ferrell Ben Simpson Ben Simpson Ben Simpson Ben Simpson Eddie Johnson Eddie Johnson Kyle McQuown Kyle McQuown Dan Zeidman Punt Return Average Bus Connor Jim Wagstaff Not Available Neil Henderson Burdette Mallack Herman Noblisse Not Available Bill Harvey Paul McCormick Bud Hare Russ Eacker Billy Satterfield Ed Bell Carlis Harris Carlis Harris Phil Price Steve Merritt Jerry McIntyre Ken Parks Wally Kelly Ken Parks Sonny Booker Terry Wilson Terry Wilson William Harrison Matt Courtney Brent Koetter Matt Courtney Wade Wilhite Jamie FitzGerald Mike Marks Mike Marks Mike Marks Mike Marks Al Smith Al Smith Eric Alden Eric Alden Josh Brown Trevor Bell Trevor Bell Trevor Bell DeRonn Finley Darren Dubois DeRonn Finley Jason Girley Emery Beckles Emery Beckles Kenyon Blue Kenyon Blue Kick Return Average Bus Connor Jim Wagstaff Neil Henderson Herman Noblisse Stan Brown Not Available Bill Harvey George Douglas b e n g a l Paul McCormick Russ Eacker Mike Acker Carlis Harris Carlis Harris Carlis Harris Phil Price Rene Garnett Rene Garnett Rene Garnett Scott Butterfield Rick Riedel Rick Riedel Rick Riedel Mike Allison Lamar Fite Dwain Wilson Michael Thompson Michael Thompson Wade Wilhite Merril Hoge Butch Caston Frank Selto Tony Roland Chris Schrade George Kelley Al Smith Robert Johnson Adam Johnson Alfredo Anderson Justin Young Cleavon Bradshaw Monte Walzer DeRonn Finley Nick Whitworth DeRonn Finley Charles James Emery Beckles Emery Beckles Dane Simmons Kenyon Blue Interceptions L. Brackenbury/Bus Connor Bob Steinmetz Not Available Jim Koetter/Jim Fransen Burdette Mallack... Thornton/Don Gatewood Jim Schneider Not Available Al Jacobson George Douglas Bob Ray Russ Eacker Not Available Billy Satterfield Dick Cook Louie Hurst Jim Jones Phil Spain Art Edgson Rene Garnett/Steve Kaupan Ken Parks/Wade Wilker Dave Benko Brett Helmandollar Bob Matsey/Karl Richens Brett Helmandollar Bill Snapp/John Berry Willie Allen/Matt Courtney Brent Koetter John Berry Walter Johnson/Brent Koetter Walt. Johnson/Jamie FitzGerald.4 f o o t b a l l Bobby Hallcy/Matt Jeffries... Gerald Richardson... Bob Burkhalter Don Davis/Mike Calley Tony Manu/Robert Justin Terrell Johnson Mark EchoHawk Michael Key Don Dwyer/Brion Bethel Brian Holland... Eric Alden/Mark EchoHawk Josh Brown/Marcus Jackson Jarmaine Johns Trevor Bell Trevor Bell Josh Robinson Josh Robinson Josh Robinson Josh Robinson Quinton Freeman Emery Beckles Quinton Freeman D.J. Clark...3 Fumble Recoveries Dennis Shorrock/Jake Palas Wally Buono/Jake Palas... Larry Rodriguez... Dennis Shorrock Not Available Jim Arbuckle... Bob Matsey/Dave Walser Marvin Lewis/George Semons Dave Walser/John Berry... Aaron Graham/Marvin Lewis John Olivia Dave Clark Jerome Galloway/Brent Koetter/ Lynn Hirschi/Steve Anderson/ Gerald Richardson B. Koetter/Anthony Delaney Mike Calley Ron Manu/Bob Burkhalter... Bobby Hallcy/Rob Bunting... Gary Taylor Don Davis/Arthur White Paul Schwenke Donald Miller/Mike Marks... Bruce Givens/Kirk Gerling... Mark Campbell/Tom Brooks Marvin Metoyer Mahe Liava a/michael Key... Herman Mitchell... Clarence Reese Don Dwyer/Robert Ford Sean Mottishaw Ike Johnson/Josh Hays... Rick Brown Eric Johnson Josh Hays Trevor Bell Travis Hansen Cantrell Hayes Josh Robinson/Ben Tanuvasa Jared Allen/LaDerick Daniels Daniel Pryor Jared Allen/Atari Callen Pago Togafau Quinton Freeman/Atelea Raass... Jeff Charleston/Dustin Murray... Anthony Melvin/Dane Simmons... Anthony Henderson...1 Tackles Ambrose Costa Ambrose Costa Ambrose Costa Mike Heberlein Ras Cattolico Dennis Shorrock... /Larry Rodriguez Phil Spain Joe Mattie Wayne Hill Not Available Wayne Hill Ray Allred Neal Richardson Bob Matsey Gregg Feightner Lem Galeai Bill Snapp Lem Galeai Ron Manu Jamie FitzGerald Ron Manu Mike Calley Greg Hetrick Tony Manu Mark Campbell Craig Barr Mahe Liava a Bryon Price Brian Getz Mark Fisher Josh Hays Telly Lockette Raven Battle Jason Meador Junior Ioane Bart Brooks Bart Brooks Jared Allen Pago Togafau Pago Togafau Sacks Tom Toner Joe Molale Marvin Lewis Jim Arbuckle Michael Johnson Leroy Spears Earl Davis Ron Manu/Jerry Oates... John Arbuckle Paul Schwenke Clete Edmundson Paul Schwenke Tony Manu/Bruce Givens... Mark Campbell Tobe Smith Sean Mottishaw Rod Murphy Tom Prudhomme Josh Hays Alipate Taualupe Josh Hays Michael Gary Trevor McKenna Seth Wertman Sony Galvan Jared Allen Jared Allen Jared Allen James Drake Jeff Charleston Idaho State University Football Media Guide 99

102 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Offense Defense st Rush Rush Rush Pass Pass Pass Pass Total Punt Total Punt KO 1st Rush Rush Rush Pass Pass Pass Pass Total Punt Total Punt KO Year G Dwn Att Yds TD Cmp. Att Yds Pct. TD Int Off. Punt Avg. Pts Ret. Ret. Dwn Att Yds TD Cmp. Att Yds Pct. TD Int Off. Punt Avg. Pts Ret. Ret * * *denotes all games not accounted for All Time Best ISU marks are in bold and are only for games since the advent of the 10-game schedule in 1967, denoted by dotted line Idaho State University Football Media Guide

103 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Total Offense Seniors 1981 Mike Machurek Doug Baughman Makr Hetherington Shane Griggs Paul Peterson Total Offense Juniors 1984 Vern Harris Kevin McCarthy Doug Baughman Jason Whitmer Paul Peterson Total Offense Sophomores 1995 Robb Wetta Jason Whitmer Matt Hagler Gary Anderson Steve Tosches Total Offense Freshmen 1987 Jason Whitmer Robb Wetta Shane Griggs Alfredo Anderson Seth Burford All Purpose Yardage Seniors 1969 Ed Bell DeRonn Finley Merril Hoge Bus Connor Butch Caston Juniors: 1985 Merril Hoge Nick Whitworth Alfredo Anderson Ed Bell Carlis Harris Sophomores: 1984 Merril Hoge Alfredo Anderson Carlis Harris Tom Hofmann Kenyon Blue Freshmen: 1993 Alfredo Anderson Cleavon Bradshaw Ken Cornist Robert Johnson Jason Girley 80.6 Passing Effeciency Seniors 1981 Mike Machurek Doug Baughman Vern Harris Shane Griggs Trevor Cavanaugh Juniors: 2003 Mark Hetherington Virgil Gardner Doug Baughman Kevin McCarthy Vern Harris Sophomores: 1998 Seth Burford Rob Wetta Dan Halt Matt Hagler Kevin McCarthy Freshmen: 1987 Jason Whitmer Rob Wetta Shane Griggs Seth Burford Matt Hagler 92.8 Passing Yards Seniors: 1981 Mike Machurek Mark Hetherington Paul Peterson Doug Baughman Shane Griggs 2861 Juniors: 1984 Vern Harris Kevin McCarthy Paul Peterson Doug Baughman Gino Mariani 2599 Sophomores: 1988 Jason Whitmer Robb Wetta Matt Hagler Steve Tosches Dan Halt 1105 Freshmen: 1987 Jason Whitmer Rob Wetta Shane Griggs Steve Tosches Shawn Behr 743 Rushing Yards Seniors: 2000 Nick Whitworth Isaac Mitchell Sylvester Jones Kennedy Nkeyasen Merril Hoge 631 Juniors: 1995 Alfredo Anderson Nick Whitworth Merril Hoge Isaac Mitchell Boyd Hall 898 Sophomores: 1984 Merril Hoge Josh Barnett Alfredo Anderson Scott Hersley Anthony Elgaaen 584 Freshmen: 1993 Alfredo Anderson Ken Cornist Josh Barnett Robert Johnson Marcus Teal 359 Receptions Seniors: 1969 Ed Bell Dwain Wilson Shawn Beals Rommie Wheeler Joe Funk 50 Juniors: 1985 Merril Hoge Ed Bell Sale Key Greg Smith Sylvester Jones 48 Sophomores: 1971 Tom Hofmann Merril Hoge Shedrack Okoebor Sylvester Jones Justin Young 44 Freshmen: 2001 Jason Girley Eddie Thompson Jesse Levin Eugene Mirador Sale Key 32 Receiving Yards Seniors: 1969 Ed Bell Shawn Beals Sale Key Rommie Wheeler DeRonn Finley 849 Juniors: 1968 Ed Bell Sale Key Brett Fowler Merril Hoge Greg Smith 659 Sophomores: 1971 Tom Hofmann Akilah Lacey Shawn Beals Justin Young Brett Fowler 552 Freshmen: 2003 Akilah Lacey Jesse Levin Eddie Thompson Eugene Mirador Jason Girley 404 Scoring Seniors: 1969 Ed Bell Jeremy Hershey Jaret Johnson Javier Garcia Billy Shaw 78 Juniors: 1985 Merril Hoge Perry Larson Darren Goodman Alfredo Anderson Isaac Mitchell 78 Sophomores: 1984 Merril Hoge Justin Young Alfredo Anderson Isaac Mitchell James Ferrell Sylvester Jones 50 Freshmen: 2005 Ken Cornist Alfredo Anderson Jesse Levin Dave Shulz Akilah Lacey Shane Griggs 36 Field Goals Seniors: 2003 Jeremy Hershey Jaret Johnson Perry Larson Javier Garcia Pete Garces James Ferrell Juniors: 1990 Darren Goodman Perry Larson James Ferrell Jeremy Hershey Pete Garces Matt Maloney Sophomores: 1982 Perry Larson Randy Nate Ricardo Restrepo Steve Beller Case debruijn 4-7 Freshmen: 1994 James Ferrell Case debruijn Idaho State University Football Media Guide 101

104 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Extra Points Seniors: 1981 Case DeBruijn Jeremy Hershey Javier Garcia Pete Garces Andy Norrell Juniors: 2000 Javier Garcia Rene Weitmann Jeremy Hershey Matt Maloney Darren Goodman Carl Williams Sophomores: 1995 James Ferrell Steve Beller Randy Nate Ricardo Restrepo Perry Larson Freshmen: 1994 James Ferrell Steve Beller Case debruijn 5-7 Punting Average Seniors: 2002 Eddie Johnson Case debruijn Duffy Daugherty George Kom Ben Simpson 41.6 Juniors: 2001 Eddie Johnson Case debruijn Neil Henderson Wally Buono Jeff Kaiser 41.5 Sophomores: 1994 Thomas Washington Case debruijn Tom Zaun Kyle McQuown Paul Shaner 42.6 Freshmen: 2003 Kyle McQuown Case debruijn Steve Holzer Ben Simpson Randy Nate 37.7 Punt Return Average Seniors: 1970 Carlis Harris Emery Beckles DeRonn Finley Rene Garnett Phil Price 14.7 Juniors: 1973 Rene Garnett Billy Satterfield Ed Bell Emery Beckles Eric Alden 12.3 Sophomores: 1992 Rommie Wheeler Rick Riedel Trevor Bell Matt Courtney Kenyon Blue 9.7 Freshmen: 1977 Sonny Booker Adam Johnson Jason Girley Kenyon Blue Mike Marks 7.3 Kick Return Average Seniors: 1970 Carlis Harris Frank Selto Phil Price Dwain Wilson Emery Beckles 22.2 Juniors: 1969 Carlis Harris DeRonn Finley Rene Garnett George Douglas Stan Brown 23.9 Sophomores: 1968 Carlis Harris Monte Walzer Rene Garnett Justin Young Nick Whitworth 21.7 Freshmen: 1992 Robert Johnson Adam Johnson Cleavon Bradshaw Kevin Crocker Nick Whitworth 19.6 Interceptions Seniors: 1968 Billy Satterfield Trevor Bell Brent Koetter Walter Johnson Matt Courtney Phil Spain 6 Juniors: 1996 Trevor Bell Josh Robinson Willie Allen Louie Hurst Michael Key Mark EchoHawk Art Edgson 5 Sophomores: 1999 Josh Robinson Jarmaine Johns Brent Koetter Brent Koetter Matt Courtney Karl Richens Brett Helmandollar Art Edgson 4 Freshmen: 2002 Quinton Freeman Mark Echohawk Dave Benko D. J. Clark Brion Bethel John Berry 3 Fumble Recoveries Seniors: 1997 Trevor Bell Paul Schwenke Jared Allen Atari Callen Josh Hays Rick Brown Marvin Metoyer Earl Davis Dennis Shorrock Larry Rodriguez Jake Palas Wally Buono 3 Juniors: 1995 Erick Johnson Ike Johnson Sean Mottishaw Bob Matsey Jim Arbuckle Jake Palas Dennis Shorrock 3 Sophomores: 1985 Jamie FitzGerald Pago Togafau Jared Allen Cantrell Hayes Josh Hays George Semons 2 Freshmen: 2001 LaDerick Daniels Josh Hays Dave Walser Jeremy Heinrich Lynn Hirschi John Berry 2 Tackles Seniors: 1973 Joe Mattie Mike Calley Clete Edmunson Craig Barr Bill Snapp Gregg Feightner 135 Juniors: 1981 Bill Snapp Bart Brooks Brian Geltz Craig Barr Ras Cattolico 110 Sophomores: 1981 Lem Galeai Mike Heberlein Pago Tagafau Ron Manu Wayne Hill 122 Freshmen: 2000 Cedric Dawson Anthony Henderson Moneer Scott LaDerick Daniels Mike Clancy 52 Sacks Seniors: 2003 Jared Allen Josh Hays Jeff Charleston Herman Mitchell Earl Davis 9.0 Juniors: 1995 Josh Hays Jared Allen Mark Weivoda Telly Lockette Tom Prudhomme 7.5 Sophomores: 1994 Josh Hays Sean Mottishaw Rod Murphy Jared Allen Jerry Oates 6.0 Freshmen: 1994 Ahmad Lewis Jared Allen Trevor McKenna Cedric Dawson Jeremy Mowe Zach Raphael Mike Rose Idaho State University Football Media Guide

105 b e n g a l All-Time Idaho State All-Conference Selections All- Rocky Mountain Conference ( ) 1950 Ed Samira, Guard John Walker, Tackle Jack Frisch, Fullback 1951 Ed Samira, Guard Lamont Jones, End 1952 Lamont Jones, End Phil Roche, End Bill Slonaker, Tackle Leonard Smorin, Center Chet Lee, Halfback Bus Connor, Halfback 1953 Bus Connor, Halfback Nolan Ford, End Percy Christiansen, Guard Howard Green, Tackle 1954 Bus Connor, Halfback Howard Green, Tackle Bill Fuger, Guard Jim Cherry, End Larry Brackenbury, QB 1955 Howard Green, Guard Paul Tripp, Tackle Larry Kent, Halfback Bob Fails, End 1956 Bob Fails, End Bill Wilson, Guard Art Bushnell, Halfback 1957 Bob Hodson, End Charlie Maiava, Guard Ken Peterson, QB Jim Wagstaff, Halfback George Kom, Fullback 1958 Dee Pankratz, Guard 1959 Ray Konczos, End Paul Tripp, Tackle Blaine Jones, Guard Boyd Hall, Back All Big Sky Conference (1963- present) 1963 John Miller, T, 1st Ben Sanford, C, 1st Nick Yorges, HB, 1st Ted Schmidt, FB, 1st Ken Dean, E, 2nd Carl Humphrey, E, 2nd Robert Helton, G, 2nd Bill Shaw, QB, 2nd 1964 Gene Kelikuli, T, 1st Bill Shaw, QB, 1st Carl Humphrey, E, 2nd Jim Anaya, G, 2nd 1965 Ron Arnold, OL, 1st George Douglas, DB, 1st 1967 Otis Thomas, LB, 1st Leroy Harris, DB, 1st 1968 Ed Bell, WR, 1st Leroy Harris, DB, 1st Billy Satterfield, DB, 1st 1969 Joe McGrath, C, 1st Ed Bell, WR, 1st Jerry Dunne, QB, 1st Steve Mandelkow, DE, 1st Larry Chandler, DT, 1st Ambrose Costa, LB, 1st 1970 Stan Geyer, C, 1st Dave Flynt, G, 1st Jerry Dunne, QB, 1st Ras Cattalico, LB, 1st Louie Hurst, DB, 1st 1971 Tom Hofmann, SE, 1st Tom Toner, DE, 1st Phil Price, DB, 1st 1972 Tony Ramonas, T, 1st Mike Davis, FB, 1st Rene Garnett, HB, 1st Tom Toner, DE, 1st Phil Spain, LB, 1st 1973 Joe Mattie, LB, 1st Tom Hofmann, SE, 1st 1974 Tom Hofmann, SE, 1st John Roman, G, 1st Steve Beller, P, 1st Matt Kendon, DT, 1st 1975 Rich Rodgers, C, 1st Rick Scribner, T, 1st Greg Taylor, DE, 1st Wayne Hill, LB, 1st Rick Noel, LB, 1st (MVP) Steve Kapaun, DB, 1st 1976 Rick Scribner, T, 1st Wayne Hill, LB, 1st Ray Allred, NG, 1st 1977 Ray Allred, NG, 1st 1978 Greg Smith, WR, 1st Case debruijn, P, 1st 1979 Wayne Whitaker, T, 1st Michael Johnson, DT, 1st 1980 Bob Matsey, DB, 1st Rod Childs, TE, 1st Case debruijn, P, 1st Case debruijn, K, 1st 1981 Case debruijn, P, 1st Rod Childs, TE, 1st Mike Machurek, QB, 1st (MVP) Dave Walser, LB, 1st Matt Courtney, DB, 1st 1982 Jim Lane, C, 1st Dan Taylor, T, 1st Steve Anderson, NG, 1st 1983 Todd Price, C, 1st Carl Qualls, LB, 1st Lem Galeai, MLB, 1st Matt Courtney, DB, 1st Jeff Kaiser, P, 1st 1984 Merril Hoge, RB, 1st Steve Anderson, NG, 1st Brent Koetter, DB, 1st 1985 Merril Hoge, RB, 1st 1986 Merril Hoge, RB, 1st 1987 Frank Selto, RS, 1st 1990 Duffy Daugherty, P, 1st 1992 Sylvester Jones, RB, 1st Mahe Liava a, MLB, 1st 1993 Alfredo Anderson, RB, 1st Sam Carter, WR, 1st Robert Ford, DL, 1st Jeff Vrbas, G, 2nd 1994 Jeff Vrbas, G, 1st Jeff Clark, C, 2nd Alfredo Anderson, RB, 2nd Josh Hays, DE, 2nd Alipate Taulaupe, DL, 2nd 1995 Alfredo Anderson, RB, 1st Josh Hays, DE, 1st Justin Young, WR, 2nd Marcus Jackson, CB, 2nd James Ferrell, P, 2nd 1996 Josh Hays, DE, 1st Marcus Jackson, DB, 1st Telly Lockette, LB, 1st James Ferrell, K, 2nd 1997 Trevor Bell, S, 1st Telly Lockette, LB, 1st Anthony Elgaaen, FB, 2nd James Ferrell, K, 2nd Joe Barnes, CB, 2nd 1998 Pete Garces, K, 1st DeRonn Finley, RS, 2nd Craig Joseph, FB, 2nd Raven Battle, LB, 2nd 1999 Pete Garces, K, 1st 2000 DeRonn Finley, WR, 1st DeRonn Finley, RS, 2nd Junior Ioane, MLB, 2nd 2001 Jared Allen, DL, 1st Eric Boose, DL, 1st Eddie Johnson, P, 1st Javier Garcia PK, 2nd Bart Brooks, ILB, 2nd 2002 Corey Brown, OL, 1st Eddie Johnson, P, 1st Mark Weivoda, DL, 1st Jared Allen, DL, 1st Josh Whitworth, LB, 1st Bart Brooks, LB, 1st Ernie James, DB, 1st Sale Key, WR, 2nd Steve Burch, OL, 2nd Robert Poleki, OL, 2nd Doug Baughman, QB, 2nd Isaac Mitchell, RB, 2nd Eric Boose, DL, 2nd Audie Attar, LB, 2nd 2003 Sale Key, WR, 1st Mark Weivoda, DT, 1st Jared Allen, DE, 1st Emery Beckles, CB, 1st Brett Fowler, WR, 2nd Robert Poleki, G, 2nd Isaac Mitchell, RB, 2nd Jeremy Hershey, K, 2nd Josh Whitworth, OLB, 2nd Ernie James, S, 2nd 2004 Ernie James, CB, 1st Sale Key, WR, 2nd Mark Hetherington, QB, 2nd Steve Burch, T, 2nd Jermaine Horn, DT, 2nd Kris Krosch, OLB, 2nd David Beverly, CB, 2nd Kyle McQuown, P, 2nd 2005 Jaret Johnson, PK, 1st Jeff Charleston, DE, 1st Pago Togafau, LB, 1st Eddie Thompson, WR, 2nd D.J. Clark, CB, 2nd f o o t b a l l All-Time Idaho State All-Big Sky Academic Selections 1978 Neal Richardson 1979 Marvin Lewis 1980 Ken Bacon George Ripley Dirk Koetter Marvin Lewis 1981 Ken Bacon Dirk Koetter Lem Galeai 1982 Ken Bacon Scott Berger Brent Koetter Kerry Sjelin 1983 Rich Williamson Blake Stamper Bill Rice Brent Koetter Jeff Kaiser 1984 Jeff Bartlow Jim Harrell Tim Messuri Richard Williamson Ron Manu Brent Koetter Jeff Kaiser 1985 Jim Harrell Mike Hronek 1986 Todd Jones Mark Arstein Gino Mariani Ron Manu 1987 Joe Funk Todd Jones Shawn Nessen Corky Federico Randy Miskol 1989 Steve Boyenger Joe Funk Jason Gault Todd Jones Jason Whitmer 1990 Steve Boyenger Duffy Daugherty Robert Ford Joe Funk Troy Koopman Reed Payne Troy Shippen Three-Time First Team All-Big Sky Tom Hofmann, SE (1971, 73-74) Case debruijn, P (1978, 80-81) Merril Hoge, RB ( ) Jared Allen, DL ( ) Two-Time First Team All-Big Sky Leroy Harris, DB ( ) Ed Bell, WR ( ) Jerry Dunne, QB ( ) Tom Toner, DE ( ) Wayne Hill, LB ( ) Rick Scribner, T ( ) 1991 Steve Boyenger Scott Hersley Jack Horton Joel Jund Joe Koga Mitch Oparnico Reed Payne Tom Sharp Rob Vera 1992 Shawn Behr Aaron Gutridge Traves Olson Dave Rasmussen Tom Sharp 1993 Shawn Behr Kirk Clifford Mark EchoHawk Scott Hersley Chad Kay Randy Nate Aaron Norby John Pearce 1994 Rick Brown Eddy Christensen Kirk Clifford Chad Kay Steve Krause Eric Lenoci 1995 Gary Anderson Joe Barnes Jake Barry Trevor Bell Kirk Clifford Chris Driscoll Mark EchoHawk Sy Farris Mark Fisher Ray Felts Josh Hays Steve Krause Eric Lenoci Aaron Norby Kevin Patton Duane Riggs Marcus Teal 1996 Gary Anderson Joe Barnes Trevor Bell Troy Bell Steve Burch Kirk Clifford Chirs Driscoll Anthony Elgaaen Sy Farris Mike Fullwood Josh Hays Robert McBride Kevin Patton Duane Riggs Jason Smith Andy Thuernagle 1997 Gary Anderson Joe Barnes Pete Beecher Trevor Bell Chris Driscoll Michael Gary Travis Hansen Kevin Paugh 1998 Craig Broyles Chris Driscoll Jeff Davenport Rafe Hewett Pete Beecher Travis Hansen Craig Joseph Kaili McCray Brandon Reed Nick Whitworth 1999 Troy Bell Craig Broyles Darren Dubois Kaili McCray Matt Nighswonger Brandon Reed Mark Young 2000 Adam Christian Darren Dubois Josh Del Prado DeRonn Finley Kaili McCray Matt Nighswonger Ben Simpson David Steel Bart Teuscher Brandon Tuia 2001 Troy Bell Brett Fowler Judd Gold Sean Judd Donell McNeal Mike Rose Bart Teuscher Jerry Troyer 2002 Troy Bell Bart Brooks Jeff Davenport Mike Rose 2003 Jeff Davenport Brandon Mennear 2004 Jeff Davenport Brandon Mennear Jon Winn 2005 Turill Engleman Spencer Franz Brandon Mennear Sterling Mennear Luke Sniewski Jon Winn Two-Time First Team All-Big Sky Ray Allred, NG ( ) Rod Childs, TE ( ) Matt Courtney, DB (1981, 83) Steve Anderson, NG (1982, 84) Alfredo Anderson, RB (1993, 95) Josh Hays, DE ( ) Telly Lockette, LB ( ) Pete Garces, K ( ) Eddie Johnson, P ( ) Mark Weivoda, DT ( ) Ernie James, CB (2002, 2004) 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 103

106 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Idaho State All-America Selections 1949 Harry Dickson, Tackle 1955 Howard Green, Guard 1958 DeLane Pankratz, Guard 1959 Paul Tripp, Tackle 1961 Jerry Mahoney, Fullback 1963 Gary Aizawa, Guard 1968 Leroy Harris, Defensive Back Ed Bell, Split End 1969 Ed Bell, Split End 1975 Wayne Hill, Linebacker Rich Rodgers, Center 1977 Ray Allred, Nose Guard 1981 Case debruijn, Punter Mike Machurek, Quarterback 1983 Jeff Kaiser, Punter 1984 Steve Anderson, Def. Tackle Bob Otto, Def. Tackle 1995 Josh Hays, Defensive End 1996 Josh Hays, Defensive End Telly Lockette, Linebacker 1997 Trevor Bell, Defensive Back Telly Lockette, Linebacker 1998 Pete Garces, Kicker 1999 Pete Garces, Kicker 2000 DeRonn Finley, Punt Returner DeRonn Finley, Wide Receiver Junior Ioane, Middle Linebacker 2001 Eddie Johnson, Punter Javier Garcia, Placekicker 2002 Jared Allen, Defensive Lineman Corey Brown, Center Steve Burch, Tackle Ernie James, Cornerback 2003 Jared Allen, Defensive Lineman 2005 Jeff Charleston, Defensive Lineman Jaret Johnson, Kicker Idaho State Preseason All- America Selections 2001 Jared Allen, Defensive Line Josh Robinson, Defensive Back 2002 Jared Allen, Defensive Line Eddie Johnson, Punter 2003 Jared Allen, Defensive Line Bengals in Post-Season All-Star Games American Bowl 1970-Ed Bell, WR Blue-Gray Game 2001-Shane Griggs, QB East-West Shrine Game 1983-Matt Courtney, DB 2003-Jared Allen, DL Hula Bowl 1982-Case debruijn, P 2001-Shane Griggs, QB CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Steve Beller, P/K, 1972 North-South Shrine Game Kim Kildew, DE, Wayne Hill, LB Jeff Fillmore, K, 1978 Brent Koetter, DB, 1984 Olympia Gold Bowl Jim Harrell, G, Mike Machurek, QB Steve Boyenger, DB, 1991 Trevor Bell, DB, 1996 King All-America Classic 1989-Donald Miller, LB Idaho State University Football Media Guide 1972 (5) Offense-2 Rene Garnett, RB Tom Lee, QB Defense-2 Tom Toner, DE Tim Perreira, DT 1973 (4) Offense-1 Rene Garnett, RB Defense-3 Joe Mattie, LB Joe Mattie, LB *Mark Kastilahn, DE 1974 (2) Offense-1 Pal Sartori, QB Defense-1 Matt Kendon, DT 1975 (2) Defense-2 Wayne Hill, LB Rick Noel, LB 1976 (1) Defense-1 Wayne Hill, LB 1977 (2) Defense-2 Larry Chambers, DB *Neal Richardson, LB 1978 (1) Defense-1 Bob Matsey, DB 1979 (1) Offense-1 Eddie McGill, RB 1980 (4) Offense-2 Mike Machurek, QB Mike Machurek, QB Defense-2 Marvin Lewis, LB Marvin Lewis, LB 1981 (8) Offense-6 Mike Machurek, QB Mike Machurek, QB *Mike Machurek,QB Mike Machurek, QB Chris Corp, WR Case debruijn, K Defense-2 Dave Walser, LB WIllie Allen, CB 1982 (2) Offense-2 Paul Peterson, QB Paul Peterson, QB 1983 (5) Offense-4 Michael Thompson, WR *Paul Peterson, QB Paul Peterson, QB John Berry, QB Defense-1 Lem Galeai, LB 1984 (4) Offense-2 Vern Harris, QB Vern Harris, QB Past ISU Big Sky Players of the Week Defense-2 Brent Koetter, DB Ron Manu, LB 1985 (3) Offense-3 Vern Harris, QB %Vern Harris, QB %Merril Hoge, RB 1987 (2) Offense-1 Jason Whitmer, QB Defense-1 Mike Calley, LB 1989 (2) Offense-1 Jason Whitmer, QB Defense-1 Ron Manu, LB 1990 (1) Defense-1 Mark EchoHawk, DB 1991 (2) Offense-1 John Peoples, RB Defense-1 Michael Key, DB 1992 (2) Offense-1 Sylvester Jones, RB Defense-1 Pete Davis, LB 1994 (7) Offense-2 Alfredo Anderson, RB *Rob Wetta, QB Defense-3 Josh Hays, DE *Brion Bethel, DB Brian Getz, LB Special Teams-2 Thomas Washington, P *James Ferrell, K 1995 (3) Defense-2 Marcus Jackson, DB Josh Hays, DE Special Teams-1 James Ferrell, K 1996 (5) Offense-2 Shane Griggs, QB Ed Coleman, RB Defense-1 Josh Hays, DE Special Teams-2 James Ferrell, P/K James Ferrell, P/K 1997 (6) Defense-4 Trevor Bell, DB Trevor Bell, DB Telly Lockette, LB Joe Barnes, DB Special Teams-2 James Ferrell, K James Ferrell, K 1998 (4) Defense-1 Josh Robinson, DB Special Teams-3 DeRonn Finley, KR Pete Garces, K Pete Garces, K 1999 (3) Offense-2 Nick Whitworth, RB *Nick Whitworth, RB Special Teams-1 Pete Garces, K 2000 (6) Offense-1 Nick Whitworth, RB Defense-1 Josh Robinson, DB Special Teams-4 Javier Garcia, K DeRonn Finley, PR Ben Simpson, P DeRonn Finley, PR 2001 (3) Offense-1 Mike Jones, RB Defense-1 Bart Brooks, LB Special Teams-1 Javier Garcia, PK 2002 (7) Offense-1 Doug Baughman, QB Defense-2 Quinton Freeman, DB Jared Allen, DL Special Teams-4 Eddie Johnson, P Eddie Johnson, P Emery Beckles, PR Eddie Johnson, P 2003 (7) Offense-1 Mark Hetherington, QB Defense-3 Jared Allen, DL Jared Allen, DL Ernie James, DB Special Teams-3 Jeremy Hershey, K Emery Beckles, PR Emery Beckles, PR 2004 (2) Offense-1 Akilah Lacey, WR Defense-1 David Beverly, CB 2005 (5) Defense-2 Jeff Charleston, DL Pago Togafau, LB Special Teams-3 Jaret Johnson, K Kenyon Blue, KR-PR Jaret Johnson, K * denotes back-to-back % shared award 110 -Big Sky POWs 41-Offense 43-Defense 26-Special Teams Note: Big Sky added a Special Teams POW in 1994, prior to that, they were eligible for the offensive award.

107 All-Time Homecoming Results Year Date Opponent...Result 1929 Nov. 28 Idaho...L Montana Normal (Montana-Western)... W Nov. 7 Western State... W Albion Normal... W Montana State... W Oct. 27 College of Idaho (Albertson)...L Nov. 11 Montana State... T Nov. 21 College of Idaho (Albertson)... W Nov. 11 College of Idaho (Albertson)... W Montana State... W College of Idaho (Albertson)... W Montana State...L Montana State... T Compton... W No Homecoming Game (War Restrictions) 1944 No Homecoming Game (War Restrictions) 1945 No Homecoming Game (War Restrictions) 1946 Oct. 26 Weber JC (Weber State)...L Nov. 15 Eastern Washington...L Oct. 8 No. Colorado (was Colo. St. Teachers)... W Oct. 1 Colorado College... W Oct. 28 No. Colorado (was Colo. St. Teachers)...L Oct. 13 Colorado College... W Oct. 18 No. Colorado (was Colo. St. Teachers)... W Oct. 10 Colorado Mines... W Oct. 9 No. Colorado (was Colo. St. Teachers)... W Oct. 15 Western State... W Oct. 13 Nebraska-Omaha...L Oct. 19 Montana State... W Oct. 25 Colorado College...L Oct. 17 Montana State... W Oct. 22 Colorado College... W Oct. 28 Montana State... W Oct. 27 Montana...L Oct. 26 Montana State... W Oct. 10 Fresno State... W Oct. 16 Montana State... W Oct. 22 Montana... W Oct. 14 Montana State...L Sept. 28 Idaho...L Oct. 11 Montana State... W Oct. 17 Montana...L Oct. 23 Montana State... W Oct. 14 Montana... W Oct. 27 Weber State...L Nov. 2 Portland State... W Oct. 18 Montana State...L Oct. 9 Portland State...L Oct. 15 Montana State...L Oct. 21 Montana...L Oct. 6 Idaho...L Oct. 18 Montana... W Oct. 3 Northern Arizona... W Oct. 23 Montana... W Oct. 8 Montana State... W Oct. 6 Boise State...L Oct. 19 Montana State... W Oct. 11 Eastern Washington...L Oct. 10 Portland State... T Oct. 29 Eastern Washington...L Sept. 30 Montana State... W Oct. 6 Nevada...L Oct. 5 Northern Arizona... W Oct. 31 Eastern Washington...L Oct. 9 Idaho...L Oct. 22 Eastern Washington... W Oct. 14 Montana State...L Oct. 26 Eastern Washington...L Oct. 11 Montana...L Oct. 17 Eastern Washington...L Oct. 9 Northern Arizona...L Oct. 21 Southern Utah...L Oct. 13 Portland State... W Oct. 12 Montana State... W Oct. 18 Montana...W (2 OT) Oct. 23 Sacramento State... W Sept. 24 Eastern Washington... W b e n g a l f o o t b a l l All-Time Homecoming Records All-Time Homecoming Record: Longest Winning Streak:... 5 games ( ) & ( ) Longest Losing Streak:... 6 games ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: (103-0), Montana Western, (50-9), Montana State, 1985 Smallest Margin of Victory:... 1 (7-6), Western State, (14-12) Montana State, (23-21) Montana State, 1989 Largest Margin of Defeat: (0-48), Montana, 1997 Smallest Margin of Defeat:... 1 (34-35), Montana, (7-8), Colorado College, , (19-20), Northern Colorado, 1950 vs. Homecoming Opponents Western State (CO) (1.000) Sacramento State (1.000) Fresno State (1.000) Colorado Mines (1.000) Compton (1.000) Montana Western (1.000) Southern Idaho (Albion) (1.000) Colorado College (.750) Northern Colorado (.750) College of Idaho (.750) Montana State (.700) Northern Arizona (.667) Portland State (.625) Montana (.556) Eastern Washington (.250) Southern Utah (.000) Nevada (.000) Boise State (.000) Nebraska-Omaha (.000) Weber State (.000) Idaho (.000) All-Time Overtime Games Year Opponent OTs Result 1981 Weber State 3 W (Case DeBruijn 33 FG) 1982 at Montana State 3 L (Mark Carter 20 FG) 1990 at Weber State 2 L (George Jackson 13 run) 1990 at Eastern Washington 1 L (Tony Lenseigne 7 pass from Mark Tenneson) 1996 Cal Poly 1 W (James Ferrell 20 FG) 1996 at Northern Arizona 1 L (Troy Campbell 99-yard interception return) 2000 at Cal State Northridge 1 W (Derek Brown missed extra point) 2003 Eastern Washington 2 W (Isaac Mitchell 1 run) 2003 Montana 2 W (Shedrack Okoebor 13 pass from Mark Hetherington) 2004 Northern Colorado 2 W (Akilah Lacey 9 pass from Mark Hetherington) Overall OT Record: Home Record: Road Record: Single Overtime: Double Overtime: Triple Overtime: Most Points Scored Year Opponent Result 1960 Colorado College 77 W Nevada-Las Vegas 64 W Mesa State 59 W Portland State 59 W Montana State 58 W Eastern Washington 55 W (2 OT) Montana State-Northern 55 W Montana-Western 54 W Eastern Oregon 54 W Adams State 54 W Western State 53 W (Junior College) 1931 Montana Normal (Western) 111 W Gooding College 106 W Montana Normal (Western) 103 W Brigham City High School 87 W St. Anthony High School 84 W Pocatello High School 81 W Rigby High School 81 W 81-0 Most Points Allowed Year Opponent Result 1999 Montana 73 L at Idaho 70 L at Tampa 68 L at Montana State 66 L at Utah 66 L at Cal Poly 63 L at Southern Utah 63 L at Montana 63 L at Weber State 63 L at Boise State 62 L Southern Utah 62 L at Boise State 61 L Weber State 60 L (Junior College) 1919 Utah State 136 L at Fort Warren 66 L at Nevada 62 L at College of Idaho (Albertson) 50 L 0-50 Largest Margin of Victory Year Opponent Margin Result 1960 Colorado College 69 W Montana State-Northern 55 W Adams State 54 W Cal State Northridge 52 W Rhode Island 51 W Mesa State 49 W Chadron State 49 W Montana State 49 W Montana-Western 47 W Portland State 45 W 51-6 (Junior College) 1931 Montana Normal (Western) 111 W Gooding College 106 W Montana Normal (Western) 103 W Brigham City High School 87 W Pocatello High School 81 W Rigby High School 81 W 81-0 Largest Margin of Defeat Year Opponent Margin Result 1994 at Utah 66 L at Montana 63 L at Boise State 62 L at Tampa 61 L at Boise State 58 L at Tulsa 58 L at Utah 56 L at Cal Poly 51 L Montana 50 L at Idaho 49 L at Idaho 49 L at Montana State 49 L 0-49 (Junior College) 1919 Utah State 136 L at Fort Warren 66 L at Nevada 62 L at College of Idaho (Albertson) 50 L Idaho State University Football Media Guide 105

108 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y A Mike Acker Dayman Adams Vern Adams Greg Adelsbach Chuck Agee Dan Agte Werner Ahrbeck Ted Aird Gary Aizawa Eric Alden Chris Alexander Riyad Ali Jared Allen Lamont Allen Willie Allen Mike Allison Ray Allred Dave Almgren Marty Ambrose Tommy Ambrose Rick Ambrosi Jim Anaya Alfredo Anderson Bill Anderson Charles Anderson Chase Anderson Denny Anderson Fritz Anderson Gale Anderson Gary Anderson Harold Anderson Jermain Anderson Lyle Anderson Merlyn Anderson Ronald Anderson Steve Anderson (OL) Steve Anderson (DL) Floyd Anderson Ray Andree F. Whipple Andrews Francisco Anguiano Jim Arbuckle John Arbuckle Ron Arnold Mark Arstein Curt Ashton Charles Atkinson George Atkinson , 46 Audie Attar Jimmy Ayala Joe Ayre Jerry Bellon ( ) B Bruce Bachmeier , 79 Ken Bacon Scott Badavinac William Baggs Arnie Bagley John Bahan Bardell Bailey John Bailey Bruce Baird Flenor Baker Orvil Baker Jack Balch H.R. Ball Howard Ball Milton Ballard Bob Bandy Nick Bangar Jack Barbee Fulmer Barlow George Barnes Joe Barnes Josh Barnett Craig Barr Jake Barry Andy Barron Dick Bartlett Lee Bartlett Hubert Barlow Orie Barnes Afton Barrett Jeff Bartlow Reggie Barton Raven Battle Doug Baughman Cliff Baxter Max Baxter Robert Bayless Shawn Beals Gary Beasley Pat Beck Bruce Becker Emery Beckles Bob Becklund George Beckstead Kenneth Beckstead Pete Beecher Shawn Behr John Beimer Willard Beitz Andy Beke Ed Bell Ned Bell Trevor Bell Troy Bell , 99, Steve Beller Jerry Bellon Joe Benac Larry Bender Dave Benko Mitch Berg Newell Berg Scott Berger Chris Bergman John Berry , Keith Berry David Bertles Gary Bertsch Brion Bethel , 95 David Beverly Roland Birch Jerry Bird Thayer Black Todd Blackwell Jim Blake Russell Blenisky Lary Bloom Kenyon Blue Chris Boblit Matt Bombard Gary Bonar Pat Bonnett Sonny Booker Bob Boone Eric Boose Barry Bottrell Brad Boudreau John Boyd Steve Boyenger Pat Boyle Ted Bracke Larry Brackenbury John Bradford Roland Bradford Glen Brado Cleavon Bradshaw Terry Bradshaw Clifford Brandel Dean Brandon Chaz Brewer , 05 Dale Briggs Clark Brimhall Maurice Brimhall Chris Brinagh McArthur Brinson Bart Brooks Bill Brooks Ernest Brooks Tom Brooks Bob Brown Bill Brown Bruce Brown Cazzie Brown Corey Brown Darrell Brown Dick Brown Elwood Brown Greg Brown John Brown Josh Brown Max Brown Rick Brown Stan Brown , 62 Tom Brown Criag Broyles Dave Buchanan Carl Buchholz Clifton Buckway Idaho State University Football Media Guide Grant Budge Steve Budke Rob Bunting Wally Buono R.J. Buster Bill Burton Steve Burch (Firth, ID) Steve Burch (Oakley, ID) Seth Burford Mark Burgraff Mike Busch Art Bushnell Hillary Butcher Enock Butler Scott Butterfield Craig Coye (1967) C Italo Babe Caccia Tige Cadet , 99 Wayne Cagle Richard Calender John Cali Atari Callen Mike Calley Terrence Calloway Carlos Calvillo Andrew Campbell Mark Campbell Ronald Campbell Ed Campbell Ray Capitanelli Mo Caraway Scott Carlovsky Cecil Carlson Herbert Carlyle Tommy Carlyle Jerry Carothers Richard Carrillo Rory Carrington Joseph Carroll Walter Carte Wayne Carte Sam Carter Nick Carter Con Carver Butch Caston Ed Cathcart Ras Cattolico Fred Caudill Trevor Cavanaugh Vince Cavaglia Carlos Cavillo Chris Cawdrey John Cecil Joseph Chaffee Larry Chambers Larry Chandler Bob Chapman Reggie Chapman , 83 Jeff Charleston Dale Chatterton Tony Chavez Ted Chenowith Jim Cherry Jay Childers Rod Childs Tremayne Childs Cliff Chilton Eddy Christensen Percy Christensen Adam Christian Jerald Christiansen Jim Christopher John Christopherson Mike Clabby Mike Clancey Craig Clark D.J. Clark Dave Clark Floyd Clark Jeff Clark Jim Clark Joe Clark Mike Clark Charlie Cleary Ed Clifford Kirk Clifford Fred Clift John Coatta Lyle Cole Tyson Cole Ed Coleman Russ Collings Brent Collins , H. Jason Collins Larry Combs Leo Compton Dustin Comstock Earnest Conan Ed Cornforth Doran Bus Connor Dick Cook Leo Cook Lewis Cook Robert Cook Don Cooper Jim Corder Clarence Cordon , 42 Ken Cornist Chris Corp Byron Cosgrave Ambrose Costa Duane Cotterel Matt Courtney Don Coury Don Cowell Exnor Cox Craig Coye Brandon Crawford , 96 Jason Cresto Kevin Crocker Paul Croghan Jack Cronkhite Roger Cross Darren Crowe , 87 Tron Crumley Carl Cullen Rashawn Cummings Joe Cunningham John Curran Henry Curtis Jerry Dunne ( ) D Joe D Amico Jeff Daggon Ken Dahlberg Dean Damont LaDerick Daniels Duffy Daugherty Jeff Davenport , Don Davey Ed Davin Al Davis Don Davis Earl Davis Pete Davis Mike Davis Cedrick Dawson , 03 David Day Doug Day Robert Day , 44 Case debruijn Kenneth De Late Kent Dean John Dean , Steve Dechart Charlie Dehoney Jose DeJesus Victor DeJulis Josh Del Prado Jeff Delancy Anthony Delaney Dill Dellinger Gerald Dellinger Kip Dennis Gene Despard Steve Detmer George Di lorio , Justin Dick Dick Dickerson Harry Dickson William Diehl Paul Difilippo Douglas Dillard Dan Dionas Ron Dixon , 71 Ivan Doggett George Douglas Brooks Douglass Alan Dowd Sam Downs Brock Drake James Drake Matt Dredge Chris Driscoll Darren Dubois Paul Dudunake Greg Duff Dale Dunn Shawn Dunn Jerry Dunne Tim Dunne William Dursteller , 30 Dow Dwyer Dale Dykeman Charles Ewing ( ) E Russ Eacker Caleb Eastman Guy Ebanez Mark EchoHawk , 93, 95 Merle Eden Art Edgson Clete Edmunson Forrest Edwards Bill Ehler Joe Ehler Elvin Ehler Stan Ehler Len Eisen Aaron Eleazer Anthony Elgaaen Craig Ellis Jerry Emerson Albert Enamo Donald Engle Travis Engle Turill Engelman Jerry Ennis Francis Eraven Woody Erickson Jim Erley Fred Ernst Jaxon Ernst Greg Esplin Eldridge Estinvil DeVon Evans Charles Ewing F Robert Fails Willie Farleigh Derek Farr Blake Farris Sy Farris

109 Corky Federico Mike Fehely Gregg Feightner Nick Fellis Pete Fellis Marlon Felton , 53 Ray Felts Jay Ferguson James Ferrell Dave Ferreti John Figueroa Ivor Filiaga Jeff Fillmore DeRonn Finley , 00 Bob Fischer Tom Fischer Mark Fisher Lamar Fite Jamie FitzGerald Scott Fitzgerald Dustin Fitzpatrick Joe Fix Dick Fleishmann Cecil Flint Doug Flint Johnny Flowers Don Fluegge Dave Flynt Nolan Ford Robert Ford Walter Ford Merril Fore Chuck Forrestal Lee Fortin Howard Fosnate Shawn Foster William Foster Brett Fowler Jon Foyer Tony Fragomeni Noel Franklin Gerald Franks Jim Fransen Spencer Franz David Frazier Quinton Freeman Gilbert French Jack Frisch Ryan Frost Bill Fuger Mike Fullwood Joe Funk Peter Garces ( ) G Bruce Gaitor Larry Gale Lem Galeai Jim Gallagher Pete Gallagher Jerome Galloway Jim Galloway Sony Galvan John Ganske Pete Garces Andy Garcia Javier Garcia Owen Gardner Virgil Gardner Rocky Garibay Rene Garnett Bill Garren David Garrett Sidney Garrett Don Garrison , Byron Garritson Virgil Garst Michael Gary Don Gatewood Stan Gatewood Jason Gault Walt Gay b e n g a l Brad GeBott Wayne Gentry George Gerbing Kirk Gerling Brian Getz Stan Geyer Dewey Gibb Emmett Gibb Josh Gibbs Jack Giese Elliot Giles Ted Gill Tim Gilman Ron Gilner Jason Girley Con Gissell Jim Giufre Bruce Givens Adam Goddard Judd Gold Mike Golightly , 01 Brian Goodell Darren Goodman Goodman Bob Goodnight Dale Goodwin H.A. Gorman Brett Gorrell Homer Gower Wil Grant Aaron Graham John Graham Jerry Graybeal Howard Green Heath Greenwald John Griffith Shane Griggs , Rich Grimmett Jody Griswold Reid Gunnell Gabe Gurney Aaron Gutridge John Guy James Gwinn Leroy Harris ( ) H Joe Haber Tom Hacker , 71 Clayton Hadley Mickey Haggerty Charles Haggett Matt Hagler Nic Hale Ronald Hale Phillip Hales Boyd Hall Clarence Hall Frank Hall Gordon Hall Howard Hall Mel Hall Richard Hall Ryan Hall Bobby Hallcy , 88 Dan Halt Bob Hammond Robert Hammond Clarence Han Mike Hancock , Jim Haneke Ted Hanks Thead Hanks Brent Hansen Bret Hansen John Hansen Ray Hansen Richard Hansen Todd Hansen Travis Hansen Gerry Hansink Bill Hardy Ray Harding Bud Hare Steve Harkins Curtis Harman Jim Harrell Carlis Harris Joe Harris Leroy Harris Michael Harris Rob Harris Scott Harris Vern Harris Nate Harrison William Harrison Lyall Hartley Charles Hauck Bill Harvey Mike Havens Ron Havinear Scott Hawks Cantrell Hayes Josh Hays John Hazel Tom Healey Mike Heberlein Tom Hebert Brad Heidelberg Jeremy Heinrich Brett Helmandollar Bob Helton Anthony Henderson Joe Henderson Neil Henderson Chuck Hendrix Pat Henry Duane Henson J.R. Herring Jeremy Hershey Scott Hersley , 93 Vern Herzog Mark Hetherington Robert Hetlund Greg Hetrick Rob Heuseveldt Rafe Hewett Silas Hibbard Shane Hill , Wayne Hill Bob Hilliard Buddy Hiram Lynn Hirschi Steve Hochman Stan Hodge Michael Hodges Bob Hodson Boyd Hodson Tom Hofmann , Brent Hogan Marty Hoge Merril Hoge Drummond Hoggan Rod Hohnhurst , 64 Brian Holland Mike Holliday Jim Hollifield Wally Holmberg Claude Holmes Milton Dubby Holt Mike Holzer Steve Holzer Tom Holzer Keith Homan Scott Honican Pat Hooks Lester Hopkins Don Horn Jermaine Horn Bob Hornes Jack Horton Zoltan Horvath David Houde Gene Hough Bob Howard Merlin Howard Wiley Howell Mike Hronek Kevin Hudgens Lemont Hudgens LaVern Hughes Mel Hulbert Rick Hulbert Bob Hull Russell Hult Miregi Huma Kevin Humann Carl Humphrey Deron Hunsberger Michael Hunt , 88 Louie Hurst Harry Hurt f o o t b a l l Steve Hurth Ed Huot I Gary Iannini James Ihli Jamar Ikpi Bill Ingram Sam Inouye Troy Irving Merle Isham Craig Joseph ( , 1998) J James Jackson , 71 Kevin Jackson Marcus Jackson Barney Jacobs , Al Jacobson James Jacquith Charles James Ernie James Wayne Jansen Dennis Janssen Matt Jeffries Jack Jelke Bill Jencks Harold Jenkins Scott Jenner Andy Jensen David Jensen Peter Jensen Wayne Jensen Ray Jergensen Tom Jewell Tom Jewell, Jr , 86 Jarmaine Johns Adam Johnson Alfred Johnson Bud Johnson Eddie Johnson Eric Johnson George Johnson George Johnson Ike Johnson Jaret Johnson John Johnson John Johnson Michael Johnson Milt Johnson Robert Johnson Terrell Johnson Terry Johnston Walter Johnson Wayne Johnson Mike Johnston Blaine Jones Bob Jones Frank Jones Frank Jones J.P. Jones Jim Jones Jim Jones Lamont Jones Mike Jones Sylvester Jones Todd Jones Craig Joseph , 98 Sean Judd Mike Julian Joel Jund Joe Juscen Robert Justin Larry Kerychuk ( ) K Jeff Kaiser , John Kalivas Mike Kane Steve Kapaun Mark Kastilahn Chad Kay Jack Keane Pat Keating Eugene Keliikuli Mike Keliikuli Anthony Kelley George Kelley Don Kelly Elvin Kelly James Kelly Mark Kelly Wally Kelly Mark Kelsch Kevin Kempf Matt Kendon Felton Kennedy Larry Kent Rolfe Kerfoot Larry Kerychuk Pete Ketchum Michael Key Sale Key Kim Kildew Jack Kime Scott Kimmell Gerald Kimura Jonathan King Dave Kinnunen Al Kirlin Spencer Klevenow Dave Knight Ted Knotter Troy Knuckles Brent Koetter Dirk Koetter , Jim Koetter Joe Koga Rick Kolsen , 83 George Kom Ray Konczos Troy Koopman John Kopta Ken Krahn Roland Kramer Steve Krause Ray Krein Ted Krein Walt Krein Kris Krosch Karl Kuhau-Liftee Steve Kuharski L Akilah Lacey Chris Lacy Ralph Lacy Marcell Lagrone Alex Laigo Bob Laing Jim Lane Greg Langford Jeff Lanthorn George Lanyer Rick Larsen Perry Larson Jake LaRue Bill Lasley , Joey Lawrence Shaun Lawson Richard Lazzarini Joe Leach John Leary , 89 Dale Leatham Idaho State University Football Media Guide 107

110 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Royce Leaville Chet Lee Tom Lee Zach Lee Ray Legault Paul Lemmon Eric Lenoci Art Lepore Bob Leute George Levave Jesse Levin Leo Levine Ahmad Lewis Jack Lewis Marlo Lewis Marvin Lewis Mahe Liava a Rick Lindblad Doug Linde Chuck Lingle Mike Lloyd Telly Lockette , William Lockey Bill Loehr Jack Logan , 54 Lee Long Don Loosli Daniel Lopez Gil Lopez John Lortz Jim Lovat Mike Love Karl Loew Scott Lowe Waynard Lowe Ken Lowry Thomas Lucas Ron Lueker , 77 Matt Lugauskas Woodrow Lundberg Barry Lutterman Jim Lynch Roger Lynch Be Lytle John McCarthy ( ) M Dan MacDonald James Machacek Mike Machurek Scott MacLean Cliffford MacKrill Robert Maddox Kay Magleby Lowell Magleby Richard Magner Bill Maher Ted Maheras Jerry Mahoney Mike Mahoney William Mahoney Charlie Maiava Jeff Main Erice Major Lumir MaKousky Edgar Malapeai Burdette Mallack Matt Maloney Bruce Malson Steve Mandlekow Ron Manu Tony Manu Chuck Maraldo , 60 Kent Marboe Rene Marchand Scott Marchand Gino Mariani Dick Mariotto Otis Marler Mike Marks Robert Marsh Charles Martin Devin Martin Luc Martin Boyd Martindale Lance Massey Greg Mathis Bob Matsey Chris Matthews Frank Matthews LeRoy Matthews , 67 Joe Mattie Dean Mattison , 59 Alika Mausia Leon Maycock Harold Mayer Randy Mayfield John Manyard Sam Maynard Dick McAdams Robert McBride Bob McCain , John McCalister Dave McCann Jim McCarthy John McCarthy Kevin McCarthy Bob McCain Paul McCormick Kaili McCray Tony McCright Dan McCullough James McDermott Terence McDermott Glae McDonald Wayne McEachern , 57 Eddie McGill , 79 Joe McGrath Jim McHaley Trevor McKenna Harry McIntosh Jerry McIntyre Leo McKrola Tim McLaughlin Port McMurray Steve McMurren Donell McNeal Kyle McQuown Tom McVey Jason Meador Jim Meeks Wilfred Mehlhoff Louie Mello Anthony Melvin Brandon Mennear Sterling Mennear , 05 DeLoy Meppen Steve Merritt Tim Messuri Bryce Metcalf Marvin Metoyer David Michaeli Jason Miksza Dan Milender Stan Millard Steve Millard Art Miller August Miller Bryon Miller Donald Miller John Miller John Miller Steve Miller Ray Millward Edward Milton Andy Minda Bruce Minnett Eugene Mirador Trevor Misipeka Randy Miskol , 87 Herman Mitchell Isaac Mitchell Louie Mitchell Paul Mitchell , 59 Randy Mitchell Joe Molale Toben Molica , Pete Molino Ken Monroe Dan Montelongo John Montes Ed Mooney Mike Moore Rick Moore Joe Moreino , Jerry Morgan Mike Morita Hollow Morris Richard Morris Rob Morton Sean Mottishaw , 93 Jeremy Mowe Mike Moye Bob Mulica Mike Munger Dave Muniz Rod Murphy Dustin Murray Steve Mutsaers Kennedy Nkeyasen ( , 97-98) N Hale Napper Mike Nash Randy Nate John Naut Vincent Navin Ray Naworol Lance Nazel Roy Nebeker Norman Nelson Joe Nelthorpe Shawn Nessen , 87 Lee Neumann , 81 Dale Neussen Don Neves Ray Newman Preston Nichols Dan Nicholson Ralph Nield Jim Nielsen , 84 Nip Nielsen , Matt Nighswonger Kennedy Nkeyasen , Herman Noblisse Ken Noel Rick Noel Jim Nolan Craig Norby Aaron Norby , 95 Barton Nordling Howard Norley Andy Norrell Richard Nykorak , 68 O Shawn O Hearn Brooks O Kelley Bob O Meara Ken O Neal Poll Oakey Jerry Oates Rick Ockey , 91 Bob Odom Shedrack Okoebor Mike Oliver John Olivia John Olsen Nick Olsen Albert Olson Camron Olson Rick Olson Roger Olson Traves Olson Mitch Oparnico Ted Oparnico Shawn Oram Joe Orchard Kort Orr , 81 Bob Otto , 84 John Oud Tim Overton Adam Owens Burt Owens , 61 Jed Owens Ed Peterson ( ) P Bob Paoli Jake Palas James Pale Cliff Palfreyman DeLane Pankratz William Pankratz Don Pappenberg Jay Paris Dean Parker Jim Parker Dean Parker Ken Parks Keith Parry Glenn Parsons John Pastos John Patierno Dan Patricelli John Patterson George Pattis Bob Patton Kevin Patton Kevin Paugh Dave Paul Gordon Paxman Reed Payne David Peacock John Pearce Gerald Pearson John Pearson Tad Pearson Bill Pederson Red Pennoyer John Peoples Dave Perkins Tim Perreira Burton Perrins Bill Perry Phil Perry Wayne Personette Al Peters Ed Peterson Ken Peterson , 57 Lloyd Peterson Paul Peterson Sam Peterson Joe Petrone Kevin Pettit Lyle Petty Roggy Pflug Dave Phelps Charlie Pickett Milt Pickford William Pincock Anta juan Pinkney Genio Plastino Tony Plott Colin Poe Robert Poleki Jesse Ponce Earl Pond , Nic Poppleton Keith Porter Robert Pospishil Keith Poulton George Powell Nat Powell John Powers Don Prandon George Pratt Byron Price Gordon Price Phil Price Todd Price Matt Proffitt Steve Proniewych Tom Prudhomme Daniel Pryor Ron Pugmire Fred Pynes Q Carl Qualls Jacori Rufus (1998) R Atelea Raass Jim Rackley Russ Radford Rick Radinger Tony Ramonas Gene Ramsey Na Jai Rankin Gene Ranstrom Zach Raphael Kevin Rasco Dave Rasmussen Russell Rasmussen Tom Rauch Vern Ravnsten Jeff Rawley Bob Ray Larry Ray Lloyd Rebischke Tim Rediger Brandon Reed Carlos Reed Gerald Reed Joe Reed Russ Reed Clarence Reese Randy Rehrer Courtney Remekie Dave Rencher Bob Requejo John Reschert Ricardo Restrepo Mark Revers Doug Rex Bill Reynolds Damin Reynolds Dusty Rhodes Bill Rice Dave Richards Roger Richards Russell Richards Gerald Richardson , 86 Louis Richardson Neal Richardson Pete Richardson Lee Richey , 27 Karl Richins Rick Riedel Duane Riggs Fred Ringe George Ripley Jim Ritchey Norm Roach Jarod Robb LaVern Robbins Troy Robbins Jarod Robbs Otha Roberts John Robertson Thomas Robertson Merville Robinsen Evan Robinson Jack Robinson Josh Robinson Renell Robinson Phil Roche Dick Roddy , 58 Rich Rodgers Hunter Rodriguez Larry Rodriguez Charles Rogers Idaho State University Football Media Guide

111 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Sandy Rogers Tony Roland John Roman Carl Romanowski Howard Romreill Grant Rondeau Bob Rosauer Chris Rose Mike Rose Joseph Roskelley Del Rotelli Keith Roundy Cleo Row Elmer Rucker Murray Rudd Jacori Rufus Noel Ruhter Dana Russell LeRoy Russell Rod Rutherford Bob Ryan Kevin Ryan , 82 Dave Ryder Ben Sanford ( ) S Monroe Sagers Parr Sainsbury Eddie Samira Ed Sanders Don Sanders Ben Sanford Tom Sanford Jim Sanford Terrell Santiago Roy Saras Spencer Sargent Joe Sarratore , 60 Pal Sartori Rick Sasser Billy Satterfield , 68 Jack Satterfield Bob Satterwhite , Nolan Sayer Tony Scalcucci Jim Scardino Chris Schmidt Cody Schmidt Ted Schmidt Jim Schneider Richard Schow Chris Schrade Dustin Schroader Don Schroeder Pat Schroeder Mark Schwartz Jackson Schweikert Paul Schwenke Brady Scott Ed Scott Everett Scott Lowell Scott Lyle Scott Marlon Scott Moneer Scott Steve Scott Rick Scribner Chris Seals George Sedam Clarence Sell Frank Selto George Semons Leno Seppi , Red Shafer Tyler Shafer Paul Shaner Tom Sharp Dave Sharpe Bill Shaw Howard Shaw Ron Shaw Wesley Shaw Austin Shawver Torrey Sheets Forrest Shepard Jason Shephard Rhett Sherman Robert Dutch Sherman , Clement Sheeran Troy Shippen Dennis Shockley Vern Shockley Kenneth Shook Eddie Shone Duane Shore Dennis Shorrock Pat Shorrock Paul Shrum Dave Shulz , Manuel Shute Bert Siclari Bernard Silva Bob Simerson Todd Simis Anthony Simmons Charles Bud Simmons Dane Simmons Kyle Simmons Xavier Simms Keith Simons Russ Simons Ben Simpson Gideon Simpson Hunter Sims Maurice Sims Russ Sion John Sisul Wallace Skidmore Ryan Slack Bill Slonaker Tom Smaciorz Al Smith Chris Smith Evan Smith Frank Smith Glenn Smith Greg Smith Jason Smith Lyle Smith Mike Smith Oleen Smith Paul Smith Randall Smith Tobe Smith William Smith Leonard Smorin Bill Snapp Ursal Snapp Luke Sniewski Byron Snyder Bert Sorensen Jeff Sorensen George Soto Phil Spain William Spear Leroy Spears David Spence Josh Spoklie Jim Sponsler Mick Spoon Blake Stamper Mike Stantz David Steel Robert Steinmetz Amos Stephens Jim Stephens Al Stephenson , Trey Stice , Hayden Stites Eugene Stockdale Joe Stockwell Tom Stone Iver Strand Clem Streifus Dale Strong Cody Sullivan Lloyd Sullivan , 30 Ray Swallow Sye Sweat Rick Swisher George Sylvester Tom Toner ( ) T Ota Tabron Jerry Tache Ralph Tacy Carlton Tanaka Ben Tanuvasa William Tatro Alipate Taualupe Billy Taylor Dan Taylor , Don Taylor Gary Taylor Greg Taylor John Taylor Ray Taylor Marcus Teal Greg Teeter , 88 Norman Tennis Seth Tennis Glenn Terry Leon Terry Bart Teuscher Bul Thomas Dean Thomas Larry Thomas Milton Thomas Nick Thomas Otis Thomas Rex Thomas Roger Thomas Steuben Thomas Thomas Thomas , 86 Warren Thomas Jim Thomasson Nick Thomasson Chris Thompson Eddie Thompson Edwin Thompson Harry Thompson Josh Thompson Leo Thompson Michael Thompson Darl Thorton Andy Thuernagle Kern Thurman Pago Togafau Chris Toles Marcus Toliver Gary Tomlinson Tom Toner David Tongelei Larry Torix Steve Torix Steve Tosches Tom Townsend Wayne Toyer George Trenkle Charles Triggs Randy Triplett Paul Tripp , 59 Otto Tronswsky Jason Trotter Jerry Troyer Gerald Trunnell Julius Tucker Brandon Tuia Francis Tuitele Jamaal Turner Ray Turner Walt Turner Wayne Turner Mark Tuson Wendell Twichell Ben Tyler Glenn Tyler Tom Ude ( ) U Tom Ude Larry Unger Bob Upshaw , 66 Jamie Uyeyama V Asi Vaioleti Mika Valai Bill Valentin Lowell Van Orman Charles Vance Dave Vandergriff Ralph Vanderwood Clayton Vann Gil Varjas John Ventry Rob Vera Brian Vertefeuille Armand Vertucci Joel Vickery Jim Von Eschen Jeff Vrbas Jason Whitmer ( ) W Bill Wade Eddie Wagner Howard Wagner Jim Wagstaff John Walker Gordon Walker Dave Walser Monte Walzer James Ward Howard Warde Ross Warner Albert Warren Ken Warren Thomas Washington Troy Waters Tyrone Watley Randy Watson Craig Weathers Carl Weaver Ellsworth Spider Webb Gary Wedemeyer Abe Wedig Jon Weeks Rene Weitmann Mark Weivoda Kevin Wellard John Wells Ray Wells , 42 Rex Wells Seth Wertman Mickey West Robb Wetta Sean Whalen John Wheeler Rommie Wheeler Warren Whitaker Arthur White Corey White David White Ed White Josh White Kareem White Daunt Whitman Jason Whitmer Josh Whitworth Nick Whitworth Wilbur Wiedoff Chuck Wiefels , 83 Loren Wilding Wade Wilhite Wade Wilker Jerrold Wilkerson Ralph Wilkes Billy Williams Carl Williams Dean Williams Donte Williams Eddie Williams , 95 Jack Williams Tom Williams Earl Williams Rich Williamson Tom Williamson Bill Wilson Chick Wilson Dwain Wilson Reid Wilson Ronald Wilson Terry Wilson , Jon Winn Ryan Wing Glenn Wise Don Wiseman , Jim Witkowski Larry Wobig Steve Wolpin Gene Wolverton Gary Wood Owen Woodland Cliff Woods Lyle Woods John Woofington Don Woolley Brice Worley Harry Worrell Arthur Worth Don Wylie Mark Young (1999) Y George Yarno Roman Ybarra Nick Yorges Delbert Young Justin Young Mark Young Tanner Young William Young Z Howard Zarlin Steve Zatica Tom Zaun , Bil Zbacnik Dan Zeidman Gary Ziebell Gene Zuniga bold denotes current 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112 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Most Valuable Player 1959 Paul Tripp 1963 Gary Aizawa 1964 Bill Shaw 1965 Don Neves 1966 Bill Ingram 1967 Otis Thomas 1968 Bill Satterfield 1969 Ed Bell 1970 Jerry Dunne 1971 Wally Buono 1972 Mike Davis 1973 Joe Mattie 1975 Rick Noel 1976 Rick Scribner 1977 Ray Allred 1978 Greg Smith 1979 Bruce Bachmeier 1980 Mike Machurek 1981 Mike Machurek 1982 Bill Snapp 1983 Lem Galeai 1997 Trevor Bell 1998 Kennedy Nkeyasen 1999 Nick Whitworth 2000 Matt Nighswonger 2001 Eddie Johnson 2002 Doug Baughman 2003 Jared Allen 2004 Pago Togafau 2005 Jeff Charleston Outstanding Offensive Player 1984 Merril Hoge 1985 Merril Hoge 1986 Merril Hoge 1987 Shawn Beals 1988 Joe Henderson 1989 Jason Whitmer 1990 Darren Goodman 1991 Scott Hersley 1992 Sylvester Jones 1993 Alfredo Anderson 1994 Rommie Wheeler 1995 Alfredo Anderson 1996 Craig Joseph 1997 Anthony Elgaaen 1998 Craig Joseph 1999 Kevin McCarthy 2000 Shane Griggs 2001 Bart Teuscher 2002 Isaac Mitchell 2003 Isaac Mitchell 2004 Sale Key 2005 Eddie Thompson Idaho State University Football Media Guide Outstanding Defensive Player 1964 Bud Johnson 1965 Milton Pickford 1966 Rich Carillo 1967 LeRoy Harris 1984 Brent Koetter 1985 Kevin Hudgens 1986 Don Davis 1987 Mike Calley 1988 Tony Manu 1989 Tony Manu 1990 Mark Campbell 1991 Craig Barr 1992 Mahe Liava a 1993 Brady Scott 1994 Josh Hays 1995 Alipate Taualupe 1996 Josh Hays 1997 Telly Lockette 1998 Raven Battle 1999 Josh Robinson 2000 Junior Ioane 2001 Josh Robinson 2002 Jared Allen 2003 Jared Allen 2004 Dustin Schroader 2005 Pago Togafau Outstanding Special Teams Player 1990 Duffy Daugherty 1991 Rob Vera 1997 James Ferrell 1998 Pete Garces 1999 Ben Simpson 2000 Ben Simpson DeRonn Finley 2001 Isaac Mitchell 2002 Eddie Johnson 2003 Emery Beckles 2004 Karl Kuhau-Liftee 2005 Jaret Johnson Outstanding Newcomer 1963 Otha Roberts Bill Satterfield 1964 Bernard Silva Allen Dowd 1965 Larry Bender 1966 Willie Brown Craig Coye 1967 Jerry Dunne 1968 James Jackson 1969 Harry Conlin 1970 Bert Siclari 1971 Rene Garrett 1972 Dave Shulz Dave Benko 1973 Craig Norby 1975 Bill Taylor 1976 Rick Riedel 1977 Sonny Booker 1978 Case de Bruijn 1979 John Dean 1980 John Berry 1981 Marty Ambrose 1982 Jodi Griswold 1983 Merril Hoge 1984 Mike Calley 1985 Eric Van Orden 1986 Mike Marks 1987 Jason Whitmer 1988 Ivor Filiaga 1989 Donald Miller 1992 Rod Murphy 1993 Jeff Vrbas 1994 Robb Wetta Ike Johnson 1995 Eric Johnson 1996 Miregi Huma 1997 Jason Trotter 1998 Jacori Rufus 1999 Matt Nighswonger 2000 Jared Allen 2001 Bart Brooks 2002 Emery Beckles 2003 Atari Callen 2004 Jermaine Horn 2005 Jeff Charleston Mr. Bengal Award 1995 Steve Krause Most Improved 1975 Barney Jacobs 1976 Mike Johnson 1977 Brad Boudreau 1978 Charlie Cleary 1980 Dave Walser 1981 Lem Galeai 1982 Steve Anderson 1983 Todd Price Captain s Award Bill Jenks Roger Cross

113 b e n g a l All Times Local Thursday, August 31 Northern Arizona at Arizona...7:05 pm Sacramento State at Boise State...7:05 pm Eastern Washington at Oregon State...7:05 pm Saturday, September 2 Montana at Iowa... 11:05 am UC Davis at Northern Colorado...1:30 pm Montana State at Colorado...1:30 pm Weber State at Colorado State...3:05 pm Portland State at New Mexico...5:05 pm Idaho State at UNLV...7:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 9 Eastern Washington at West Virginia... TBA South Dakota State at Montana...1:05 pm UC Davis at Montana State...1:05 pm Fort Lewis at Idaho State...3:05 pm *Northern Colorado at Portland State...6:05 pm Northern Arizona at Utah...6:05 pm Cal Poly at Weber State...7:05 pm Saturday, Sept. 16 Portland State at California... TBA Humboldt State at Montana State...1:05 pm Idaho State at Idaho...2:05 pm Dixie College at Northern Arizona...3:05 pm Northern Colorado at Texas State...5:05 pm Central Washington at Eastern Washington...6:05 pm Cal Poly at Sacramento State...6:05 pm Southern Utah at Weber State...7:05 pm Saturday, Sept. 23 *Sacramento State at Montana...1:05 pm *Eastern Washington at Montana State...1:05 pm Western Illinois at Northern Colorado...1:30 pm *Northern Arizona at Idaho State...3:05 pm *Portland State at Weber State...5:05 pm Friday, Sept. 29 *Northern Colorado at Weber State...7:05 pm Saturday, Sept. 30 *Sacramento State at Eastern Washington...2:05 pm *Montana State at Northern Arizona...3:05 pm *Montana at Portland State...6:05 pm f o o t b a l l Saturday, Oct. 21 *Montana at Weber State...1:05 pm *Montana State at Idaho State...1:35 pm *Sacramento State at Northern Arizona...3:05 pm *Eastern Washington at Portland State...6:05 pm Saturday, Oct. 28 *Idaho State at Montana...1:05 pm *Weber State at Montana State...1:35 pm *Northern Arizona at Eastern Washington...2:05 pm *Northern Colorado at Sacramento State...6:05 pm Portland State at Oregon... TBA Saturday, Nov. 4 *Northern Colorado at Montana State...12:05 pm Cal Poly at Montana...12:05 pm *Eastern Washington at Weber State...1:05 pm *Sacramento State at Idaho State...3:05 pm *Portland State at Northern Arizona...3:05 pm Saturday, Nov. 11 *Montana at Northern Colorado...12:05 pm *Idaho State at Eastern Washington...2:05 pm *Weber State at Northern Arizona...3:05 pm *Portland State at Sacramento State...4:05 pm Saturday, Nov. 18 *Montana State at Montana...12:05 pm *Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado...12:05 pm Sacramento State at UC Davis...1:05 pm *Weber State at Idaho State...3:05 pm *Big Sky Conference game All tentative Times local to site/subject to change NCAA I-AA Football Playoffs The NCAA will hold its 27th Annual Division I-AA Football Championship this fall. Sixteen teams qualify for the championship with eight automatic qualifiers and eight at-large bids. The eight leagues that have an automatic bid are the Atlantic 10, Big Sky, Gateway, Mid-Eastern, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern and Southland Conferences. The dates for the 2006 playoffs are: First Round: November 25 (campus sites) Quarterfinals: December 2 (campus sites) Semifinals: December 9 (campus sites) Championship: December 15 (Max Finley Stadium - Chattanooga, TN) Saturday, Oct. 7 *Idaho State at Northern Colorado...1:35 pm *Portland State at Montana State...1:35 pm *Montana at Eastern Washington...2:05 pm *Weber State at Sacramento State...6:05 pm Saturday, Oct. 14 *Northern Arizona at Montana...1:05 pm *Eastern Washington at Northern Colorado...1:35 pm *Idaho State at Portland State...6:05 pm *Montana State at Sacramento State...6:05 pm 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 111

114 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Under head coach Larry Lewis, the Bengals have made an appearance in the Sports Network Top 25 poll in four of his seven seasons, including a stint of 15 consecutive polls from October 26, 2002 to November 8, The Bengals achieved their highest poll position since the advent of the Sports Network Poll (which debuted in 1990) on September 1, 2003 when the Bengals reached #10 after a win over Montana-Western. The Bengals, who have established a tradition of defending their home turf, have been nearly unbeatable at home when nationally ranked, going 13-3 all-time, including a near-perfect 10-1 record under Lewis. Idaho State, which finished #1 in the NCAA Poll in 1981 (there wasn t an official weekly poll then), has proven to be a dangerous opponent for teams sitting in the top 25 as well, with nine wins over nationally ranked opponents. Under coach Lewis, the Bengals have four such wins, including 2005 s win over #5 Eastern Washington, which equalled ISU s double-overtime win over #5 Montana in 2003, and ISU s 1994 win over #5 Montana as ISU s highest-ranked opponent that they have defeated. Lewis also led ISU to a win in 2003 over Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo when the Mustangs were ranked 20th, ISU s first win over a ranked opponent on the road. Even in defeat, the Bengals have proven that they are right on par with the nationally ranked, as ISU has lost six games to nationally ranked opponents by four points or less since the 2000 season. Idaho State All-Time vs. Ranked Opponents (since advent of Sports Network Poll in 1990) Date Opp. Rk Opponent Score 10/6/90 3 Nevada (HC) L /27/90 10 Boise State L /17/90 20 Montana L /12/91 1 at Nevada L /2/91 10 at Boise State L /23/91 14 Weber State L /19/92 3 at Northern Iowa L /10/92 5 at Idaho L /18/93 19 at Montana L /9/93 1 Idaho (HC) L /1/94 6 at Idaho L /15/94 11 Boise State W /12/94 5 Montana W /30/95 13 Idaho W /28/95 16 Northern Arizona L /4/95 10 at Montana L /12/96 2 at Montana L /26/96 22 Eastern Washington (HC) L /2/96 8 at Northern Arizona L (OT) /11/97 2 Montana (HC) L /25/97 12 at Eastern Washington L /1/97 10 Northern Arizona W /14/98 21 at Montana State L /21/98 25 Cal State Northridge W /9/99 23 Northern Arizona L 28-43$ 10/30/99 5 Montana L /7/00 24 Northern Arizona W /14/00 2 at Portland State L /28/00 24 Weber State L /4/00 3 at Montana L /3/01 1 Montana L /21/02 1 at Montana L /2/02 15 at Portland State L /18/03 5 Montana (HC) W (2OT) /8/03 20 at Northern Arizona L /15/03 20 at Cal Poly W /9/04 7 at Montana L /24/05 5 Eastern Washington (HC) W /1/05 12 at Montana State L /8/05 4 Montana L /19/05 13 at Cal Poly L $later forfeited to Idaho State Miscelleneous Records vs. Ranked Opp.: Home: Road: vs. Top vs. Top vs. Top vs. # on Homecoming in Overtime Series Records vs. Ranked Opp. vs. Boise State vs. Cal State Northridge vs. Cal Poly vs. Eastern Washington vs. Idaho vs. Montana vs. Montana State vs. Nevada vs. Northern Arizona vs. Northern Iowa vs. Portland State vs. Weber State Idaho State University Football Media Guide Idaho State All-Time When Ranked (since advent of Sports Network Poll in 1990) Date Opponent Score ISU Rank 9/30/95 #13 Idaho W /7/95 at Eastern Washington W /14/95 Montana State (HC) L /21/95 at Boise State L /31/96 at Mississippi L /7/96 Cal Poly W (OT) /21/96 Montana-Western W /29/96 at Montana State L /5/96 Sacramento State W /12/96 at #2 Montana L /26/96 #22 Eastern Washington (HC) L /14/00 at #2 Portland State L /26/02 Weber State W /2/02 at #15 Portland State L /9/02 Northern Arizona W /16/02 Cal Poly W /23/02 at Southern Utah W /28/03 Montana-Western W /6/03 at Boise State L /13/03 Northern Colorado W /27/03 at Sacramento State L /4/03 Eastern Washington W (2OT) /11/03 at Montana State W /18/03 #5 Montana W (2OT) /25/03 at Weber State L /1/03 Portland State W /8/03 at #20 Northern Arizona L /22/03 Southern Utah W /1/05 at Montana State L /8/05 Montana L Miscelleneous Records While Ranked.: Home: Road: when in Top when in Top when in Top when # on Homecoming in Overtime when both are ranked Series Records vs. Opponents vs. Boise State vs. Cal Poly vs. Eastern Washington vs. Idaho vs. Mississippi vs. Montana vs. Montana State vs. Montana-Western vs. Northern Arizona vs. Northern Colorado vs. Portland State vs. Sacramento State vs. Southern Utah vs. Weber State...1-1

115 b e n g a l In 2004, Idaho State University celebrated the 100th season of football over the course of the season. In conjunction with that milestone, a radio campaign of the top moments in Idaho State history were presented over the course of the season. Enjoy this trip down memory lane and enjoy the moments that made it onto the list, plus a few new additions. September Idaho State s First Game. The University was barely a year old when Idaho State s football team took the field for the first of five games in their inaugural season. The team didn t need to look far for an opponent, as the squad took on the Pocatello High School team and won The ISU squad defeated Pocatello three more times during the year, and Idaho Falls High School once to finish their first season with a perfect 5-0 mark. November Birth of a Champion. Under the first year of head coach John Morris, the 1907 Bengals won their first-ever recognized title, winning the Idaho Scholastic Championship. Under the direction of Ben Lowrie, the earliest recognized captain in the program s history, the Bengals clinched the title with a 34-0 whitewash of Payette High School. September ISU s First Great Coach Debuts. In Idaho State s first 17 seasons, the Bengals went through seven coaches, but in 1920, the Bengals saw the coaching debut of Ralph Hutchinson, and ISU football, and ISU athletics would be forever changed. Hutchinson, who years earlier helped change ISU s nickname from the Bantams to the Tigers defeated Blackfoot High School 20-7 in his first game. He would go on to coach eight seasons, leading the Bengals to a record. He also is credited with starting ISU s first booster organization, the I Club, as well as helping the school adopt the nickname Bengals in The 1931 Bengals put up a 111-spot on Montana-Western. November 18, Plasty s Boys Plaster Montana-Western. The 1931 squad headed to Dillon, Montana for the season finale at Montana-Western with a 6-1 record. In Idaho State s first seven games the team had scored 112 points. Against the overmatched Bulldogs, they nearly doubled that total as the Bengals ran all over the place, but mostly in the end zone as they delivered the school s all-time shellacking, handing Western a pasting. While it had to be fun, it probably old hat for head coach Felix Plastino, who saw his Bengals run up 103 points against Montana-Western on Homecoming just one year earlier. f o o t b a l l The 1902 team was Idaho State s first, and they were a perfect 5-0 on the season under head coach Herbert Chaney. November The Greatest Defense Ever Closes Out the Season. Under first year head coach Guy Wicks, Idaho State s 1935 Bengals were the first team to play an entire season of at least eight games without a loss, going 7-0-1, but it was ISU s defense from that squad that will go down as the best in school history. Over the eight game season, the Bengals pitched four shutouts, allowing just 26 points and four touchdowns all season. The defense actually was a carry over from the 1934 squad, as those two teams combined to allow a paltry 57 points over 15 games with seven shutouts. October 29, Dubby Holt s Record Return. Idaho State s 1937 Homecoming victory over the College of Idaho was like most of ISU s other early Homecoming wins, except for the play of Dubby Holt. The man who raced Jesse Owens to a dead heat took a punt on his own 12-yard line, and left everyone in a cloud of dust. When he finally stopped 88 yards later, he owned the longest punt return for a touchdown in school history. In the following 67 years, that record hasn t been topped, and it is still the longest standing individual record in ISU football history. October, Atkinson s Last Gasp Pass Stuns Albion. In a game that featured four lead changes, it was the last that was the most dramatic. Trailing 26-24, the Bengals had moved to the Albion territory with a chance for one final play. In an era where the forward pass wasn t used by the Bengals all that much, tailback George Atkinson took a pitch and lofted a pass down field and into the end zone, where Pete Gallagher came down with it after the official s gun went off to signal the end of the game. That late score is the first recorded walk-off winning play in ISU s history, and it gave ISU a win. September 30, Lyle Andersen s Sneak Surprises Everyone. Senior quarterback Lyle Andersen might be Idaho State s least likely 100- yard rusher ever. In a home game against Western State, the Bengals found themselves backed up on their own 1-yard line. Head coach John Vesser called for a quarterback sneak up the middle by Andersen to clear some room on first down. Andersen plowed past his center, and found the field wide open. Amazingly, Andersen went untouched 99 yards for a touchdown, demoralizing Western State and setting the stage for a win. Andersen would rush for 109 yards in the contest. October 11, Williams wasn t the best, but he was the first. Idaho State has gained a reputation for producing some of college football s best kickers and punters, but that tradition began way back in 1952, during Idaho State s first-ever undefeated season. Carl Williams, a defensive back and a running back by trade kicked a field goal in Idaho State s 17-6 win over Colorado College. That field goal was the first ever in the history of the storied Bengal program Idaho State University Football Media Guide 113

116 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Babe Caccia (in the tie) talks to his troops prior to the 1958 opener. September 27, Babe Caccia Becomes ISU s Winningest Coach. Entering the 1958 season, the Bengals were coming off a fourth conference title, and 13 consecutive wins. Also entering the 1958 season, Babe Caccia had won 41 games in his ISU coaching career, equaling the total of the man he replaced, John Vesser, for the most in school history. Opening against the Eastern Washington Eagles, and led by All-American guard Dee Pankratz, the Bengals won 30-7, and Caccia would go on to win 37 more games, giving him 79 in his brilliant 11-year career. actually outscored Colorado College s offense three touchdowns to one. November 9, A Rivalry is Born. The 1963 meeting between Idaho State and Weber State might have been the second meeting between the two schools, but it was beginning of a rivalry. Trailing 26-8, the Bengals reeled off the final 28 points, including 20 in the fourth quarter as the Bengals clinched the first-ever Big Sky Conference football title with a victory. September 27, The Koetter Era Begins. The 1958 season opener against Eastern Washington marked the college debut of what can be called the first family of ISU football. Jim Koetter lettered in both , the first member of the Koetter family to touch ISU football. Jim later coached the Bengals for five years, leading ISU to their second playoff berth. Two of his sons also played for ISU. Dirk Koetter was a quarterback on the 1981 national championship team, and is currently the head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils. Brent Koetter twice led Idaho State in interceptions and later coached Pocatello s Highland High School to several state football titles. The Bengals dive over for a touchdown against Eastern Washington in 1958, the first game as a Bengal for Jim Koetter, jump starting the Koetter dynasty at Idaho State. September 19, The Bengals participate in Hawaiian History. In 1959, America grew from 48 to 50 states with the addition of Alaska and Hawaii to the United States. Hawaii, the 50 th state, turned out to be Idaho State s football opponent on Statehood Day. The Rainbows, missing the big celebration back home, had their own at Davis Field as they defeated the Bengals Unfazed by the loss, the Bengals wound up winning the final six games of the season, claiming their fifth and final Rocky Mountain Conference championship. October 8, The Defense Goes on the Offensive. The 1960 Homecoming game against Colorado College was a 77-8 blitzing by the Bengals, a game that still holds the record for ISU s largest margin of victory at 69 points. However, the game also holds a different distinction. In that game ISU recorded a record six interceptions, and the returned three of those for touchdowns, including an 82-yard score by Burdette Mallack and a 97-yard return by LeRoy Russell. The three scores meant ISU s defense Idaho State University Football Media Guide The 1963 team took part in two major moments in ISU football history, the first ever Division I game with Weber State, and the postponement of the final game of the season due to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. November 23, The Bengals Pause to Remember. The 1963 season was one in which the Bengals began play in the Big Sky Conference, winning the first ever Sky title. The season ended with a 5-3 record, but Idaho State s ninth game was supposed to be against Wichita State, the first meeting ever between the two programs. That meeting never took place. The game was cancelled that week as Pocatello, and all of America mourned the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The game was never made up, and the two teams never faced each other again. September 20, The Flea Buzzes Parsons College. In the 1969 season opening win over Parsons College, Ed The Flea Bell torched the competition for a school record 261 yards receiving and a record four touchdowns. Bell s opening onslaught set the stage for his record setting 1969 season in which he set single season records with 20 touchdowns and 1,522 yards, and 96 catches, numbers which may never be equaled. September 26, The Birth of Dome Field Advantage. The brainchild of then Athletic Director Milton Dubby Holt, the ASISU Minidome, as it was originally named, opened for ISU football with a game against the UNLV Rebels. What transpired was a Bengal win in a slugfest. Ken Warren grabbed a career-high 151 receiving yards in a game that still stands as an ISU record for points in a game at Holt Arena. December Steve Beller Becomes ISU s First Academic All- American. The 1972 Bengals under Bob Griffin were successful on the field at 7-3, and kicker Steve Beller proved successful on and off it. Beller hit on 29-of-32 extra points and 6-of-10 field goals during the year, but his work in the classroom earned him Academic All-American honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America, becoming the first Idaho State football player to earn football s highest academic honor.

117 b e n g a l September 24, Eastern Montana Lays an Egg. Just looking at the final score among the seasons, Idaho State s win over Eastern Montana in 1977 seems like a blip on a non-stellar 3-8 season, but it s what s not there that is so amazing. Despite needing to pass to make a comeback, the Bengals held Eastern Montana to zero yards passing. Even more amazing, the Bengals didn t even allow a completion. That never happened before, and it hasn t happened since. September 2, Domo Arigato, Mr. Osaka. There are home games, there are road games, there are neutral site games, and then there is the 1978 season opener. Idaho State and Utah State, located just 90 miles apart, opened the 1978 season.in Osaka, Japan. As part of a cultural exchange, the two programs traveled halfway around the world to open the season. The travel took its toll on both teams as the Bengals dropped a sloppy game to Utah State The travel took its toll coming back too as ISU was shutout the next week, although they finally broke into the win column in their home opener, beating Portland State November 11, Talk About the Defense Not Showing Up. Idaho State s trip to the University of Idaho for a late 1978 Big Sky game figured to be a leisurely one hour flight. Head Coach Bud Hake had two planes to take the team, offense on one plane, the defense on the other. An hour later the offense s plane touched down, but the defense s plane never left the runway in Pocatello. Mechanical problems forced the cancellation of the flight, and since the team left the day of the game, the Bengals were forced to take a loss, 2-0, against the Vandals, although it was officially recorded by NCAA as a no contest. September 27, The Beginning of a New Era. Before the Bengals could become the greatest, they had to learn how to win, and that moment came early in In just the third game under new head coach Dave Kragthorpe, the Bengals ended a 19-game losing streak, at the time the longest in I-AA history with a thrashing of Portland State and their five receiver run-and-shot offense. After 20 games, the Bengals finally tasted victory, and just 20 games later, they would taste a national championship. November 21, Case DeBruijn s Kick Ends an Epic Battle. For the finale of the 1981 season, Idaho State and Weber State met at the Holt Arena for the Big Sky title. ISU survived a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Weber State, and the game came down to overtime. After surviving again, this on a missed 32-yard field goal by Roger Ruzek that would have won it for the Wildcats in the second overtime, Hall of Fame kicker Case DeBruijn nailed a 33-yard field goal at the end of the third overtime to give ISU a win and the Big Sky title in the longest game in ISU history. December 19, The Bengals Reach the Pinnacle. Idaho State climbed the long road back from worst to first as All-American quarterback Mike Machurek threw for 330 yards, the last of his eight career 300-yard games as the Bengals defeated Eastern Kentucky in Wichita Falls, Texas to win the I-AA National Championship. The win capped a remarkable turnaround from an 0-11 season just two years prior. November 23, Merril Hoge Becomes ISU s First 1,000-yard Rusher. Heading into the 1985 season finale, Pocatello native Merril Hoge had rushed for 892 yards, and he needed nine yards to better his school record for rushing yards in a season. He also needed 108 to become the first f o o t b a l l Bengal to ever rush for 1,000 yards. Despite a loss, Hoge did his part, rushing for 149 yards, his second-best single-game total ever to get to 1,041 yards, becoming the first ISU rusher to 1,000 yards. To date, he is just one of four to accomplish the feat. S e p t e m b e r 1 2, A Good Ol F a s h i o n e d Te x a s Shootout. The season opener between Idaho State and Texas A&I (now Texas A&M Kingsville) kept the scoreboard operator busy the entire night. The two teams combined for the first combined 100-point game in Holt Arena history as the Javalinas defeated the Bengals in a classic game. Big efforts abounded, including a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and 100 yards receiving by Butch Caston and a 103-yard rushing effort by Corky Federico. Despite ISU s record 28-point third quarter outburst, ISU s fell a point short. November 10, Jason s Back One Last Time. Jason Whitmer, ISU s starting quarterback from , won just nine games in his career, but it wasn t for a lack of trying. Whitmer threw for 300 yards a record 12 times, including a 336-yard performance in his last win, a decision over Mesa State. Whitmer s four year career ended with ISU career records for yards, attempts, completions, touchdowns and of course, 300-yard games. September 12, The Globe of Death. The Philadelphia Eagles have The Miracle at the Meadowlands, the San Francisco 49ers have The Catch, but the Idaho State Bengals have The Globe of Death. After Boise State scored a touchdown with 22 seconds left to give the Broncs what seemed like a win, BSU kicked off, and the Bengals pulled out their bag of tricks. After Carlos Reed received the squib kick, all 11 players huddled together and then sprinted out in different directions. Sylvester Jones actually had the ball and returned it to the BSU 42-yard line, and a personal foul moved the ball into field goal range. Going for the win, backup quarterback Paul Putnam hit Rommie Jason Whitmer owns nearly every single major passing record at Idaho State. Head Coach Dave Kragthorpe (left) and Athletic Director Babe Caccia pose next to the 1981 National Championship Trophy. Wheeler for a touchdown with five seconds left for an improbable win Idaho State University Football Media Guide 115

118 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y September 21, Marcus Jackson Suffers a Tragic Injury. It was a simple tackle late in the first half of an otherwise non-descript 47-0 rout of Montana-Western. It was a tackle that would change a life and touch a community. Marcus Jackson suffered a traumatic spinal injury on the tackle, becoming paralyzed from the neck down. Jackson, however, returned to school the following year, and in the summer of 1999, he truly became one of the most heroic figures in ISU history when he battled to earn a bachelor s degree, despite what some would say was an insurmountable handicap. Insurmountable to most, but not to Marcus Jackson. November 16, Ed Coleman s Shining Moment. Ed Coleman played only one season for Idaho State University, as reserve running back who basically was not even on the two-deep during the season. But, pressed into service in the next-to-last game of the 1996, Coleman had his day in the sun as he rushed for 232 yards, the second-most in school history at that time. The game would prove to be the only 100-yard rushing game of Coleman s career. James Ferrell s school record fifth field goal brought about a potato boycott, disparaging comments about Holt Arena, and eventually it led to the end of C. Ray Gregory s coaching tenure at Southern Utah Idaho State University Football Media Guide October 23, James Ferrell Kicks ISU into an Inadvertent Controversy. Leading over Southern Utah with four seconds left, Idaho State kicker James Ferrell stood on the sidelines with four made field goals, seemingly settling for a tie of the ISU single-game record. However, head coach Tom Walsh called timeout to allow Ferrell, a fifth-year senior, an opportunity to set the record. Ferrell kicked that record breaking field goal, but Walsh s timeout infuriated Thunderbird head coach C. Ray Gregory, who felt that ISU had tried to run up the score. Gregory publicly announced he was giving up potatoes for a year, and he would only eat them again after defeating ISU the next season. Gregory s potato fast lasted another year as ISU dealt the T-Birds a loss the following season. September 19, A Game Without a Touchdown. Big Sky football usually means lots of offense and lots of scoring, unless it s the 1998 meeting between the Bengals and the Weber State Wildcats. Despite a 254-yard rushing effort by Wildcat Morgan Welch, neither the Wildcats nor the Bengals could find the endzone. Weber State got two Scott Shields field goals, and ISU got only a Pete Garces field goal in a 6-3 loss to Weber State. The game remains the only game in Holt Arena history without a touchdown being scored. November 21, Pete Garces s Big Boot. Pete Garces was a late signee to the Idaho State roster, but he might have been 1998 s most important. Possessing arguably the strongest leg in school history, Garces would go on to tie an NCAA record for most career 50-yard field goals with Pete Garces tied the NCAA record for the longest field goal without a tee when he kicked this 60-yard field goal against Cal State Northridge in the 1998 season finale, a win that knocked Northridge from the I-AA playoffs. 11. In the 98 finale against Cal State Northridge, ISU tight end Robert McBride dropped a sure touchdown pass on third down from the Matador 42. With the crowd still buzzing, Peter Garces trotted out for a 60-yard field goal. The ball was hit with such force that it crossed the goalposts midway up, giving him the longest I-AA field goal without a tee at that time. The points were the difference in the season ending win. September 4 & 11, The Mackay Missile Runs Rampant. Entering the 1999, junior running back Nick Whitworth wanted to show ISU s new coaching staff he could be an impact running back. Mission accomplished. Whitworth opened the season with a 221-yard effort against Eastern Oregon, the most rushing yards by an ISU back in Holt Arena history, bettering the old record that had stood for eight years. Whitworth s record never made it to eight days as he rolled up a Holt and school record 273 yards on the ground against Ft. Lewis the very next week. His 494 yards in back-to-back games easily stands as a school record. October 16 and 23, McCarthy s Back-to-Back Explosion. The son of ISU Hall of Fame tight end John McCarthy, quarterback Kevin McCarthy spent most of his career as a backup quarterback, but he was thrust into a starting role in 1999, and McCarthy showed everyone what he could do. McCarthy threw for the secondmost yards in ISU history with a 477 yard performance against Eastern Washington. Just one week later, McCarthy was at it again, throwing for 553 yards against Southern Utah. The 1,030 yards ranks as the most ever by an ISU quarterback in back-to-back games. Kevin McCarthy had the greatest back-to-back passing games ever by an ISU quarterback.

119 Photo courtesy the Post Register b e n g a l September 9, A Personal Comeback for DeRonn Finley. In an otherwise forgettable season opening thrashing of Montana Tech, DeRonn Finley returned to the Bengal lineup nearly two years after suffering multiple leg fractures in a spring break car accident that claimed the life of his teammate Jacori Rufus. Finley, who was told he would never walk again, would go on to lead the 2000 team in receptions, receiving yards, punt return average, kickoff return average, and all-purpose yards and was a finalist for the Disney Most Inspirational Athlete Award. November 18, Nick Whitworth s Career Capper Quite the Effort. The Mackay Missile, running back Nick Whitworth, ended his career in grand style. With ISU at 5-5, the Bengals traveled to frozen Logan, Utah for a finale with 5-5 Utah State. Whitworth rushed for 201 yards, and caught a critical seven-yard pass on 4 th -and-7 that led to the go ahead touchdown as the Bengals shocked the I-A Aggies Whitworth s 200-yard game was the third of his career, a school record. f o o t b a l l November 16, Eddie Johnson s Record Setting Night. Punter Eddie Johnson entered his final career home game with one last shot to set a Holt Arena punting record. He ended up setting five. Johnson uncorked six punts for a ridiculous 61.5-yard average, and a 61.3-yard net average, setting both ISU and NCAA single-game records in the process. Included in those six punts were a 67-yard boot, a 70-yard boot, and a Holt Arena record tying 80-yard kick, which traveled off his foot at the ISU 8-yard line and landed on the Cal Poly 10 before bounding through the end zone, past the Bengal Dancers, and off the wall beyond the field of play. Johnson was eventually drafted in the sixth round by the Minnesota Vikings in 2003 NFL Draft. October 4, Idaho State and Eastern Washington Ignite Offensive Fireworks. It was what Big Sky football was all about.offense. Idaho State and Eastern Washington hooked up for 958 yards, 165 plays, 15 touchdowns, 107 points, and one heck of a comeback. Down with just over five minutes left, the Bengals scored and forced an Eagle punt. Emery Beckles returned it 65 yards, setting up the tying touchdown with three minutes left. Running back Isaac Mitchell gave the Bengals a win in the second overtime with the team s eighth and final touchdown of the night. October 18, Mark Hetherington s Heroics Cap a Homecoming Epic. In a game that will go down as one of the all-time classics, the Bengals ended 10 years of frustration with a double overtime win over fifth-ranked Montana. In a game that featured six lead changes and six ties, the Griz tied the game at 34 on a 54-yard field goal with no time left. After both teams traded field goals, Montana was up in the second overtime when quarterback Mark Hetherington, who threw for 398 yards in the contest, found sophomore Shedrack Okoebor for a 13-yard touchdown, giving the Bengals a win, and the capacity crowd a Homecoming to remember. Jared Allen is shown here posing with the Buck Buchanan Award, presented to the Best Defensive Player in I-AA. Allen parlayed that award into a stellar rookie campaign with the Kansas City Chiefs, earning a place on the NFL s All-Rookie Team. December 17, Jared Allen Wins the Buchanan Award. Jared Allen s 2003 season was monstrous by anyone s standards, leading the nation with a school record 17.5 sacks. Allen also led the nation in forced fumbles, and ranked third in tackles for losses. His season s crowning moment however came off the field, when he was awarded the Buck Buchanan Award as the national best defensive player in I-AA football. He became Idaho State s first major college football award winner, and was later drafted in the fourth round by the Kansas City Chiefs, which interestingly, is where Buck Buchanan spent most of his professional career. Jaret Johnson watches the flight of his 54-yard game winner with holder Matt Hagler and lineman James Drake. November 6, Jaret Johnson s Miracle Kick. Things looked bleak when Portland State s Eric Azorr kicked a field goal for a Viking lead, and ISU got the ball at their own 35 with no time outs and 23 seconds left. However, the Bengals ran off five plays, including a key 12- yard completion by Matt Hagler to Akilah Lacey to the PSU 37 with seven seconds left. Out trotted senior kicker Jaret Johnson, who was having an All-American season, other than a signature kick. Johnson lined up for a career-long 54-yarder, and drilled it home, giving the Bengals a win, and Johnson the longest game-winning kick in Idaho State history. It also gave him his signature kick on the way to First Team All-American honors Idaho State University Football Media Guide 117

120 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y 1981 NCAA I-AA Quarterfinals Idaho State 51, Rhode Island 0 Saturday, Dec. 5, at Holt Arena Idaho State rolled up 609 yards of total offense and forced four turnovers in a 51-0 whitewashing of Rhode Island in the quarterfinals of the I-AA appearance, recording the first shutout in their I-AA playoff history. Quarterback Mike Machurek tossed three touchdowns and had 353 yards passing on the night to pace the Bengals, who scored 35 points in the second half. Rhode Island completed just 14-of-38 passes, and tossed four interceptions while being forced to punt 12 times. ISU s Charles Ewing was stellar with six catches for 160 yards and a touchdown. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Rhode Island Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Dwain WIlson 5 run (Case debruijn kick) :41 ISU Charles Ewing 10 pass from Mike Machurek (kick failed)...2-7:32 ISU debruijn 28 FG...2-3:10 ISU Rod Childs 28 pass from Machurek (debruijn kick)...3-9:26 ISU Jerry Bird 20 pass from Machurek (debruijn kick)...3-3:03 ISU Mike Holliday 6 run (debruijn kick) :32 ISU Dave Vandergriff 16 pass from Dirk Koetter (debruijn kick) :03 ISU Vandergriff 30 pass from Keith Simons (debruijn kick)...4-2:02 Missed FGs: ISU-deBruijn 52 (SH). Attendance: 12,153. Time: 3:27. TEAM STATISTICS...URI ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...32:54 27:06 Rushing URI ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Rodgers Dwain Wilson Brooks Lamar Fite Grimsich Rick Ambrosi Neill Mike Holliday Caizzi Chris Cawdery Dougherty Keith Simons Del Santo Mike Machurek Lynch TOTALS TOTALS Passing URI CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Grimsich Mike Machurek Lynch Dirk Koetter Keith Simons TOTALS TOTALS Receiving URI REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Neill Charles Ewing Morris Lamar Fite Brooks Jerry Bird Adams Rick Ambrosi Tolento Rod Childs Rodgers Dave Vandergriff Meyer Dwain Wilson Chris Corp Mike Holliday TOTALS TOTALS Defense URI ST-AT-TT: Mark Dennen , Bernie Moran 4-5-9, Dennis Talbot 2-7-9, Tony Romaniello 2-3-5, Paul Hitt 0-5-5, Hollis Chapman 0-5-5, Tony DeLuca 2-2-4, Barney Rinaldi 1-3-0, John Fishel , Joe Ptaszek 1-1-2, Larry McPhillips 1-1-2, Al Jennings 0-2-2, Tom Niles 0-2-2, Gerry Favreau 0-2-2, Tony Johnson 0-2-2, Cal Whitfield 0-2-2, Chris Haggerty 0-1-1, Mark Brockwell 0-1-1, dave Conlin 0-1-1, Pete Hickey 0-1-1, Grimsich 0-1-1, Rishton 0-1-1, Dougherty FF: Talbot 1, Romaniello 1. FR: Favreau 1-0, Talbot 1-0, Grimsich 1-0, Neill 1-0. INT-YDS: Ptaszek 1-2. PBU: Roberson 1, McPhillips 1, Romaniello 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Bill Snapp , Matt Courtney 2-7-9, Lem Galeai 0-8-8, Brent Koetter 2-5-7, Steve Scott 2-5-7, John Olivia 1-5-6, Chuck Wiefels 1-5-6, George Semons 0-6-6, Dave Clark 3-2-5, Maurice Sims 3-2-5, Willie Allen 1-3-4, Kort Orr 1-2-3, Jerome Galloway 1-2-3, John Berry 0-3-3, Steve Buke 0-3-3, Scott Berger 0-3-3, John Naut 0-3-3, Joe Lawrence 1-1-2, Steve Anderson 1-1-2, Jim Nielsen 1-0-1, Fred Ernst 0-1-1, Dave Vandergriff 0-1-1, Romosko FF: Sims 1. FR: Lawrence 1-0, Jim Lane 1-0. INT-YDS: Lawrence 2-48, Courtney 1-0, Allen 1-0. PBU: Naut NCAA I-AA Semifinals Idaho State 41, South Carolina State 12 Saturday, Dec. 12, at Holt Arena Idaho State forced South Carolina State into 10 turnovers, and the Bengals got 393 through the air as ISU advance to their first NCAA I-AA championship game with a win over South Carolina State. Lem Galeai led the defense with 18 tackles and two pass breakups, while John Olivia had three fumble recoveries. Mike Machurek was very effecient, going 17-for-28 overall, hitting for two touchdowns in the first half, including one to Charles Ewing, who caught four passes for 158 yards, giving him 318 yards receiving on 10 catches in the playoffs. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS South Carolina State Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT ISU Lamar Fite 1 run (Case debruijn kick) :10 SCS Charlton 10 pass from Mungin (pass failed) :15 ISU Dwain Wilson 13 pass from Mike Machurek (debruijn kick)...1-3:32 ISU Charles Ewing 43 pass from Machurek (debruijn kick)...2-0:39 ISU debruijn 43 FG...2-0:00 ISU debruijn 46 FG...3-3:30 SCS Burgess 40 run (pass failed)...3-0:34 ISU Wilson 10 pass from Dirk Koetter (debruijn kick)...4-5:08 ISU Mike Holliday 11 pass from Keith Semons (debruijn kick)...4-3:52 Missed FGs: ISU-deBruijn 47 (WL), 40 (WR). Attendance: 12,003. Time: 3:18 TEAM STATISTICS... SCS ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...32:15 27:45 Rushing SCS ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Burgis Lamar Fite A. Reed Mike Holliday Odom Charles Ewing Mungin Rick Ambrosi Reid Dirk Koetter Green Dwain Wilson Thomas Keith Simons Darby Mike Machurek TOTALS TOTALS Passing SCS CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Mungin Mike Machurek Green Dirk Koetter Keith Semons TOTALS TOTALS Receiving SCS REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Brown Dwain Wilson Thomas Charles Ewing Lee Rick Ambrosi A. Reed Jerry Bird Darby Marty Ambrose Charlton Rod Childs Lamar Fite Mike Holliday TOTALS TOTALS Defense SCS ST-AT-TT: Dwayne Mattison , Greg Pringle 4-3-7, Dwayne Jackson 3-4-7, George Bradley 1-6-7, Miles Darling 2-4-6, Zack Grate 2-4-6, Sidney Fulton 1-5-6, Alan Fasl 0-6-6, Barney Bussey 3-2-5, Thomas Tutson 1-3-4, Marshall Anderson 1-3-4, John Courtney 0-4-4, Jerry Furse 0-2-2, Aaron Dabney 0-2-2, Lee 1-0-1, Kelly Arthur INT-YDS: Fulton 1-0. FR: Golden 1, Dabney 1, Reid 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Lem Galeai , Bill Snapp , John Olivia , John Naut 1-8-9, Scott Berger 4-3-7, Matt Courtney 1-6-7, George Semons 1-5-6, Chuck Wiefels 1-4-5, Dave Walser , John Berry 1-3-4, Steve Budke 0-4-4, Brent Koetter 1-2-3, Reggie Chapman 1-2-3, Willie Allen 1-2-3, Steve Scott 0-3-3, Maurice Sims 0-3-3, Mike Holliday 1-1-2, Fred Ernst 0-2-2, Joe Lawrence 0-1-1, Steve Anderson FF: Chapman 1, Courtney 1, Galeai 1, Wiefels 1, Walser 1, Sims 1. FR: Olivia 3, Berry 1, Snapp 1, Ewing 1. INT-YDS: Courtney 2-29, Berger 2-0. PBU: Galeai 2, Allen 2, Berry 1, B. Koetter 1, Chapman 1, Berger Idaho State University Football Media Guide

121 b e n g a l 1981 NCAA I-AA Championship Idaho State 34, Eastern Kentucky 23 Saturday, Dec. 19, at Wichita Falls, TX Idaho State bolted out to a 28-9 first half lead on the way to winning the I-AA National Championship over Eastern Kentucky. The title was the third NCAA title for the institution, following boxing in 1953 and Idaho State got a lift from an unlikely source in backup quarterback Dirk Koetter, who threw for a first down on a fake punt to lead ISU to their first score. Trailing 9-7 early in the second, Mike Machurek led three straight scoring drives of 52, 80, and 38 yards, tossing two touchdowns in the process for a 28-9 halftime edge. The Bengals were up when ISU put the game away with an eight play, 74-yard drive capped by a short Lamar Fite run two seconds into the fourth quarter. The Bengals then chewed up nearly 10 minutes of the remaining clock time and were crowned champions of I-AA football. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Eastern Kentucky Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT EKU Lovett 21 FG...1-7:44 ISU Chris Corp 17 pass from Mike Machurek (Case debruijn kick)...1-3:07 EKU Hairston 3 run (kick failed) :11 ISU Dwain Wilson 6 run (debruijn kick) :05 ISU Charles Ewing 9 pass from Machurek (debruijn kick)...2-4:21 ISU Wilson 4 run (debruijn kick)...2-0:42 EKU Yeast 2 run (Lovett kick)...3-5:17 ISU Lamar Fite 2 run (pass failed) :58 EKU Yeast 4 run (Lovett kick)...4-8:13 Missed FGs: ISU-deBruijn 42 (WR). Attendance: 11,000. Time: 3:26 TEAM STATISTICS... EKU ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...28:52 31:08 Rushing EKU ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Yeast Dwain Wilson Hairston Lamar Fite Thompson Rick Ambrosi Sutkamp Chris Cawdrey McPlaul Mike Holliday Parrish Charles Ewing Isaac Keith Simons Dirk Koetter TOTALS TOTALS Passing EKU CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Isaac Mike Machurek Dirk Koetter Dwain Wilson TOTALS TOTALS Receiving EKU REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG S. Bird Jerry Bird Armstrong Dwain Wilson Parrish Marty Ambrose McPlaul Rick Ambrosi Brooks Lamar Fite Yeast Chris Corp Sutkamp Charles Ewing TOTALS TOTALS Defense EKU ST-AT-TT: Dominguez , Byrd 5-3-8, Floyd 2-6-8, Young 3-4-7, Hill 2-5-7, White 2-5-7, Jackson 0-6-6, Taylor 1-3-4, Park s 1-3-4, McShane 0-3-3, Willoughby 1-1-2, Bell 1-1-2, Woods 0-2-2, Keller 0-1-1, Hardy 0-1-1, Wagers FR: Jackson 1. PBU: Byrd 2, Young 1, White 1, Keller 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Bill Snapp , John Olivia 4-4-8, Lem Galeai 3-4-7, Dave Walser 2-507, John Naut 1-5-6, Chuck Wiefels 1-5-6, Reggie Chapman 1-4-5, Matt Courtney 2-2-4, John Berry 3-0-3, Brent Koetter 1-1-2, Steve Scott 0-2-2, Willie Allen 1-0-1, Dave Clark 0-1-1, George Semons FR: Olivia 1, Naut 1, Courtney 1, Wilson 1. INT-YDS: Chapman PBU: Berry 2, Allen 1, Chapman 1. f o o t b a l l 1983 NCAA I-AA First Round Nevada 27, Idaho State 20 Saturday, Nov. 26, at Holt Arena Idaho State s return to the I-AA playoffs was ruined by Big Sky foe Nevada, who handed the Bengals their only playoff loss ever, in Holt Arena. The Wolf Pack got four field goals from future NFL kicker Tony Zendejas, including a Holt Arena opponent-record 56-yarder to open the scoring. Down 14-0 at the break, ISU mounted a strong comeback, a pair of Paul Peterson touchdown passes in the third quarter to cut the margin to 14-13, but Zendejas kicked two more field goals sandwiched around a 37-yard Stan Cagle touchdown. ISU s cut it to with 5:23 left on a Rod Gilner touchdown run, and then recovered a fumble in Nevada territory, but ISU threw four straight incompletions from the 19-yard line. ISU had a last gasp drive from their own 45 in the final minute, but four more incompletions ended the game. SCORE BY PERIODS OT PTS Nevada Idaho State TEAM SCORING PLAY QTR.-LEFT UNR Tony Zendejas 56 FG...1-8:09 UNR Otto Kelly 3 run (Scott Threde pass from Eric Beavers)...1-7:03 UNR Zandejas 37 FG...1-4:06 ISU Ron Gilner 5 pass from Paul Peterson (Perry Larson kick)...2-9:52 ISU Blake Stamper 19 pass from Peterson (kick failed)...2-6:04 UNR Zendejas 53 FG :32 UNR Stan Cagle 37 pass from Beavers (Zendejas kick)...3-8:54 UNR Zendejas 17 FG...3-1:58 ISU Gilner 1 run (Larson kick)...4-5:23 Missed FGs: UNR-Zendejas 52 (WR). Attendance: 10,333. Time: 3:14 TEAM STATISTICS... UNR ISU FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes (Comp-Att-Int) TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time...34:30 25:30 Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UNR ATT YDS TD LG ISU ATT YDS TD LG Kelly Wade Wilhite Corley Chris Cawdery Gooden Rod Gilner Beavers Paul Peterson TOTALS TOTALS Passing UNR CMP ATT YDS TD-I ISU CMP ATT YDS TD-I Beavers Paul Peterson TOTALS TOTALS Receiving UNR REC YDS TD LG ISU REC YDS TD LG Cagle Michael Thompson Williams Rod Gilner Kelly Blake Stamper Ken O Neal Wade Wilhite Chris Cawdery Blake Stamper TOTALS TOTALS Defense UNR ST-AT-TT: Patrick Hunter , Daryl McCoy 4-5-9, Dee Monson 2-6-8, Joe Cooney 1-7-8, Joe Peterson 5-2-7, Tony Shaw 3-3-6, Mark McVeigh 1-4-5, Henry Rollings 2-2-4, Dwayne Witzmann 1-3-4, Randy Ledler 2-0-2, Jeff Loutzenhiser 1-1-2, Andre Rhodes 1-12, Dean Wallace 1-1-2, Kyle Denny 1-1-2, Scott Madison 1-0-1, Larry Pierce 1-0-1, Lenny Tanzella 0-1-1, Dominic Colchico 0-1-1, Al Rosette 0-1-1, Elston Ridgle 0-1-1, Mark Smith 0-1-1, John Shipanack SKS-YDS: Pierce 1-7, Monson 1-3, Witzmann 1-3. INT-YDS: Hunter 1-43, Denny 1-16, Cooney PBU: Murphy 2, Wilson 1, Cooper 1, Corwin 1, Foreman 1, Bierman 1. FF: Corwin 2, Mcintrye 1. FR: McIntyre 1, Bierman 1. ISU ST-AT-TT: Quinton Freeman , Pago Togafau , Dustin Murray 3-3-6, Dustin Schroader 2-4-6, Randall Smith 1-5-6, D.J. Clark 3-2-5, Anthony Melvin 4-0-4, Jeff Charleston 1-3-4, David Tongelei 0-4-4, Renell Robinson 1-2-3, Jermaine Horn 1-2-3, Donte Williams 1-2-3, Zach Raphael 0-3-3, Chaz Brewer 1-1-2, Atelea Raass 1-1-2, James Drake 1-1-2, Shedrack Okoebor 1-0-1, Sterling Mennear 1-0-1, Kenyon Blue 1-0-1, Josh Barnett 1-0-1, Bruce Minnett 1-0-1, Hayden Plocher SKS-YDS: J. Drake PBU: Melvin Idaho State University Football Media Guide 119

122 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y 1952 Rocky Mountain Conference Champions The 1952 squad was ISC s first undefeated, untied team, as well as the school s first conference champion. The Bengals outscored their eight opponents , and they clinched their perfect conference season with a win over Montana State. One week later the Bengals nipped Lewis and Clark for a perfect season. A note to the season; in ISC s 17-6 win over Colorado College, defensive back Carl Williams kicked the school s first-ever field goal from a placekick. Previously ISU had dropkicked all of their field goals Rocky Mountain Conference Champions The 1959 squad went the difficult route to a conference championship, winning their final six games after dropping the first two of the season. After losing 16-7 to Northern Arizona and 14-8 to Hawai i on Statehood Day, the Bengals rebounded with a 32-7 win over Western State. Back-to-back shutouts followed over Omaha (33-0) and Montana State (6-0 on Homecoming). The Bengals then took out Colorado College 14-8 and the College of Idaho setting up a final end of season showdown for the title with Northern Colorado, which ISC won 32-13, clinching championship #5. ISU Alumni Office/Wickiup 1953 Rocky Mountain Conference Champions The 1953 Bengals went 6-2 but were perfect in the conference in becoming ISU s only repeat conference champion. The Bengals saw their winning streak end at eight in the season opener when Eastern Washington nipped the Bengals ISC then won three games by a total of 19 points over Colorado College 27-20, Colorado Mines 30-21, and Colorado State The Bengals then suffered a loss to the College of Idaho before taking out Montana State and Western State, giving ISU a perfect 5-0 conference mark, despite winning all five games by an average of less than eight points Big Sky Conference Champions Despite a 5-3 overall record, ISU won the first-ever Big Sky title with some late heroics against arch-rival Weber State. ISU won their opener over Nevada before dropping a road game at Omaha The Bengals won three straight, over Northern Arizona 13-2, Montana 14-13, and Montana State before losing to Drake ISU then trailed Weber State 26-8 before scoring 28 straight points, including 20 in the fourth quarter to clinch the title, despite a loss to Idaho the next week. ISU s final game of 1963 against Wichita was cancelled due to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Rocky Mountain Conference Champions The 1955 Bengals go down as possibly the best defensive team in school history. The Bengals won three of their first four games by shutout, and later added a fourth shutout. Only a final game loss to Omaha prevented a perfect season, still the Bengal defense allowed 70 points for the season, just 7.8 points per game Rocky Mountain Conference Champions The 1957 squad was ISC s second-ever undefeated, untied team, going a perfect 9-0 en route to their fourth conference championship. The Bengals scored at least 22 points in all but one game, and allowed more than 13 just once. ISC s only close call was in game seven, a tense 7-6 win over Northern Colorado. ISC ended the season with a win over the College of Idaho Idaho State University Football Media Guide ISU Alumni Office/Wickiup 2002 Big Sky Conference Champions The Bengals won their first conference title since 1981 (see page 14) as they shared the title with Montana and Montana State by going 5-2. ISU got a key road win at Eastern Washington, and swept all four conference opponents at home on the way to a 6-0 Holt arena mark and an 8-3 overall record. ISU s Homecoming win over Montana State was a thriller, as the Bengals won after trailing 14-6 in the fourth. MSU was stopped at the ISU 4-yard line as time ran out, and ISU also blanked Weber State 34-0, the Bengals first conference shutout in 22 years.

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124 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Dr. Arthur Vailas President, Idaho State University Dr. Arthur Vailas officially became president of Idaho State University on July 1, 2006, bringing with him over 25 years of academic background, and the vision to move Idaho State University forward into the 21st century. Vailas was named president on February 15 at a large press conference in the L. E. Stephens Performing Arts Center rotunda. He replaces Dr. Michael C. Gallagher, who served as the interim president for nearly nine months. Dr. Vailas spent his four months as president-elect visiting the campus often, including ISU s campuses in both Idaho Falls and Boise. He has already fostered an atmosphere of openness and community among the various campuses, and he has already proven to be an advocate for ISU s faculty and students. Dr. Vailas comes to Idaho State University from the University of Houston, where he served as vice chancellor and vice president for research and intellectual property management for both UH and the University of Houston System. He joined Houston in 1995 as vice president for research and vice provost for graduate studies, and professor and distinguished chair in biology and biochemistry. Prior to joining UH, Vailas was associate dean for research and development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a university he served in numerous capacities including professor of surgery, division of orthopedic surgery in the College of Medicine; professor of kinesiology, school of education; professor, department of poultry science in the College of Agriculture; and professor and director of the Biodynamics Laboratory. He also was both assistant and associate professor in the department of physiological sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles. His Ph.D. degree is from the University of Iowa and his bachelor s degree magna cum laude is from the University of New Hampshire. Vailas currently is vice chair of the Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research Center, based in the Texas Medical Dr. Arthur and Dr. Laura Vailas Center in Houston. He has worked as a consultant for many national corporations including Lockheed and Marion-Merrill Dow. He is the author of numerous scientific articles and publications. His many awards include the International Scholars Award from the University of Houston, and Outstanding Science Achievement Awards from NASA for COSMOS #2229, U.S.-Russian Space Program; and the U.S.-Russian Life Sciences Mission COSMOS #2044. Elected to the NASA Life Sciences Advisory Subcommittee, he served as study section chairman for the American Institute for the Biological Sciences on space biology. Among his many professional activities, Vailas was appointed the Institutional Trustee to the Southeastern Universities Research Association, Inc. board. He also served as a member of the Texas Council on Environmental Technology Development and a member of the executive board for the Southeast Biotechnology Research Park Consortium. Widely published, Vailas has been published in journals in a wide range, from the Journal of Applied Physiology to The American Journal of Sports Medicine to Acta Medica Scandinavia. A former college athlete, he played college football at the University of New Hampshire, where he earned a bachelor s of science in Vailas then went on to earn a doctorate in philosophy in 1979 from the University of Iowa, and from , he was Postdoctoral Fellow at Iowa in the Department of Biochemistry, and Research Fellow of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Vailas has been married for 32 years to Dr. Laura Vailas, who was the associate dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Houston. Together they have a daughter, Alexandria Idaho State University Football Media Guide

125 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Paul A. Bubb Director of Athletics Paul A. Bubb is entering his second full year as the Director of Athletics for Idaho State University, and he brings with him a breadth of knowledge culled from an athletic administrative career that spans both coasts of America as well as the borders of Idaho. Bubb comes to Pocatello highly respected among regional and national circles. Paul came to Idaho State as the Assistant Athletic Director for Development in August of 2003 from the University of Maine, where he served as both Interim Athletic Director and Senior Associate Athletic Director. Within a year at Idaho State he was promoted to Senior Associate Athletic Director. As Director of Athletics, Paul has overseen the successful implementation of P.A.W.S. (Proud Athletes Working and Serving), a program which has vastly improved ISU s student-athlete community outreach efforts. He also has seen three conference titles in his first 15 months, and is currently working with architects, university administration, and community focus groups to help implement ISU s Facilities Master Plan, which was to be unveiled in the summer of 2006 As ISU s Sr. Associate Athletic Director, Bubb oversaw the areas of media relations, development, corporate sales, marketing, promotions and fiscal affairs. In just six short months the corporate sales program grew from $360,000 in partnerships to over $500,000. An additional $380,000 in trade agreements had Bengal Sport Properties generating just under $900,000 for the first time in school history. In 2006, Bengal Sport Properties surpassed the $1 million mark. Before coming to Idaho State, Bubb spent the previous two years at the University of Maine as the Sr. Associate Athletic Director and the Interim Athletic Director. Under Bubb s guidance as the Interim Athletic Director, Maine teams excelled both on and off the court. More student-athletes were recognized as Scholar-Athletes than ever before, and Maine teams won or shared conference championships in the sports of football, baseball, women s basketball, and women s field hockey. Bubb directed new fund raising and building initiatives that included a new baseball and softball concession and service facility and the lead gift in a major facility campaign to expand the Alfond Arena with new team locker rooms, coaches offices, ticket operations and a Hall of Fame concourse. In addition to heading up the development operations at Idaho State and Maine, Bubb has been responsible for direct oversight or serving on the athletic development programs at Southern Illinois University, Drake University, Cal State Northridge, and Boise State University. At Boise State Bubb implemented a new Scholarship Seating Program that helped take the Broncos from raising just over $900,000 in 1999 to over $1.3 million in three years. Bubb served Cal State Northridge as the Director of Athletics from July 1995 until November In his first year as Athletic Director he led the Matadors into the Big Sky Conference and quickly saw Northridge develop as a major force in the league. A majority of Northridge s 20 teams finished in the top third of their respective conference races within the first three years and non-big Sky sports at Northridge also excelled. Softball advanced to the College World Series, baseball advanced to the NCAA Division I regionals, and men s volleyball consistently ranked among the Top Ten in the nation. Bubb directed major renovations to Matador Gymnasium, Matador Field (softball) and Idaho State Director of Athletics Paul Bubb presents a game ball to one of ISU s Corporate Sponsors, Jerold Myler of Key Bank, at halftime of a basketball game in Matador Diamond (baseball). All new scoreboards were installed for baseball, softball, basketball and football under Bubb s direction. The university also received a cash gift of $500,000 from a corporate partner in 1995, the largest cash corporate gift in the university s history at the time. Bubb holds a bachelor of arts degree from Monmouth College (IL) and earned his master of science degree in Sport Management at Western Illinois University. Born on January 9, 1957 in Macomb, Illinois, Bubb was married to Susan Lynn Oaks on October 5, 1985 in Monmouth. The couple has one daughter, Kallan Michelle, born June 1, Idaho State University Football Media Guide 123

126 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Rance Pugmire - Senior Associate Athletic Director Rance Pugmire is entering his second year as Senior Associate Athletic Director, bringing with him a vast amount of experience in the athletics administration field, particularly in the west. At Idaho State, Pugmire oversees the sports of soccer, golf, and tennis as well as ISU s external operations, including marketing, promotions, ticketing, special events, game management, pre-game activities, corporate partnerships, fund raising, as well as post season and Big Sky Championships. Last year Idaho State saw increased ticket sales in football, men s basketball, and women s basketball, and Pugmire also aided his staff in increasing ISU s marketing presence in the community. Pugmire spent 10 years at Utah State University prior to joining the Bengal staff, including five years as the Director of Athletics. During his tenure at Utah State, Pugmire was part of a team that secured funding for over $12.5 million in capital projects, including the installation and revenue generation of a state-of-theart eight sided video scoreboard in the Smith Spectrum, and the Stan Laub indoor training facility. On the development side, Pugmire participated in a number of capital projects, including the coordination of $18 million ($9.8 currently in place) for Romney Stadium renovations, $1.6 million in capital improvements for the Smith Spectrum, $400,000 in capital improvements for women s soccer, and $100,000 for weight training facilities. Prior to his experience at Utah State, where he also spent time as Associate Athletic Director for External Operations and Assistant A.D. for Development and Media Relations, he spent seven years on the staff at the University of Idaho. He was Idaho s Regional Development Director in Boise from , and he spent two stints in the sports information office; as Assistant Sports Information Director from , and as Sports Information Director from He also served as the Assistant SID at St. John s in New York City from Pugmire is a 1987 graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in journalism. He has two children; Jordyn 13, and Conner 10. Donna Hays - Director of Bengal Sports Properties Donna Hays enters her eighth year with the Idaho State University athletic department in an expanded role as Director of Bengal Sports Properties. Hays will coordinate ISU s corporate partner program which includes sales of all sponsorship opportunities for all of ISU s athletic teams. Sponsorship opportunities Hays will coordinate include radio, signage, game programs, BengalFest, game sponsorships and other inventories. Hays will also continue to assist with the individual sport development clubs and be charged with the continued success of the Bengal Challenge, the athletic department s annual three-day golf extravaganza. The event has raised over $60,000 for scholarships in its first three years. In her previous role as the Director of Sport Development Hays helped coordinate and cultivate all sport specific gift programs. She helped develop the successful Quarterback Club which raised over $75,000 for the football program in its initial year. She also helped organize the Men s basketball Cage club, the Women s Basketball Fast Break Club, the Matchpoint club benefiting the Women s Volleyball program and the Keeper Club for Women s Soccer development. She also coordinated the Bengals in Boise Golf Tournament which in its 14 th year raised over $20,000 for student-athlete scholarships. Hays has also served as the liaison with the F.A.T. Club (Football Alumni Team) and continues to work closely with the F.A.T. board of directors with their fundraising efforts. Donna has been a Bengal fan since she was 8 years old. She is married to Steve Hays and they have one son, Kerry. Mike Pritchett - Director of Marketing, Promotions and Game Operations Mike Pritchett enters his ninth year with Idaho State University, and his second as ISU s Director of Marketing, Promotions and Game Operations. Pritchett, who served as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions for the season, leads ISU s promotional efforts and assist with sponsorship sales. His duties also include coordinating facility signage and usage and assist with protecting Idaho State s trademarks and logo s. As the Director of Game Operations, Pritchett serves as the onsite game manager for numerous athletic events, handling a range of duties from music to security. He coordinates practice schedules and event set up, security, as well as all in-game activities. He coordinated all scheduling for the highly successful 2006 Big Sky Conference Women s Basketball Tournament. Pritchett holds a pair of degrees from Idaho State University, including an Athletic Administration master s degree. Mike and his wife Kristi have four children, Katrina, Brittany, Samantha, and Alex. Jay McMillin - Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation Jay McMillin enters his ninth year with Idaho State University, and his first as the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation. As the Executive Director, McMillin will handle the day-to-day aspects of the Bengal Foundation, the largest and most visibile arm of ISU s fundraising efforts. He will coordinate all Bengal Foundation activities, including membership drives, the annual auction, golf tournaments, and he will also oversee ISU s priority seating campaign. No stranger to ISU athletics, Jay spent eight years on staff as an assistant men s basketball coach, from With the squad Jay coached ISU s post players as well as overseeing academics. Jay and his wife Alisha have a daughter, Lauren, and a son, Cooper J. Samantha Congdon - Administrative Assistant Samantha Congdon enters her first full year with Idaho State University after joining the Bengal Family during the athletic year in Congdon serves as the Administrative Assistant to the Bengal Foundation, and as such, she assists the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation in the day-to-day running of the office, including correspondence, mailings, and all data entry for ISU s athletic fundraising efforts. Congdon served as the office manager at Hydraulics of Texas, based in Houston, where she oversaw payroll, accounts receivable, new employee orientation, and collections. Prior to that, she has spent time at both US Bank and Zion s Bank, including two Pocatello branches. Originally from Corsicana, Texas, Samantha and her husband David have a son Dain Idaho State University Football Media Guide

127 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Frank Mercogliano - Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Frank Mercogliano is entering in his ninth year with Idaho State University, and third as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations after previously serving as the Sports Information Director. At Idaho State he handles all aspects of media relations for football, men s basketball, as well as special honors. He also oversees all departmental publications. While at Idaho State, Mercogliano has served as the Media Coordinator for several Big Sky Championships, and he has worked on the media operations staff for the 2005 NCAA Men s Basketball West Regional as well as the 2002 NCAA Women s Basketball West Regional, the 1999 NCAA Track and Field National Championships and the 2000 NCAA Gymnastics National Championships. He also served on the membership board of the Idaho State University Council of Professional Employees (COPE). In 2003, he served as a panelist for the SID Town Meeting at the CoSIDA Convention, discussing current events in intercollegiate athletics as it relates to sports information. Mercogliano had spent the previous four years as the Director of Sports Information at Augusta State University, where he helped publicize the Jaguars in eight NCAA national tournament appearances. At ASU, Mercogliano was responsible for the publicity of 11 sports, 10 on the NCAA Division II level, and the Division I men s golf team, which made three national tournament appearances during his tenure. He also served as the first full-time SID at Belmont Abbey College, where he also held the dual title of Carolinas Conference Media Relations Director. While there he also coached South Point High School s soccer team to a two-year record of In 1993 he was named Region X Coach of the Year, and was a runner-up for North Carolina Coach of the Year honors. During his stay in Augusta, Mercogliano served as the official scorer and musical operations director for the Augusta GreenJackets, the Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Twice, Mercogliano was pressed into emergency service as an umpire for the South Atlantic League when the regular umpires became too ill to work. He also served as color analyst for Augusta State basketball as well as handling play-by-play duties for the WRDW Game of the Week in football, basketball and baseball. Mercogliano is a 1992 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he earned a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations. His wife Melissa graduated from Idaho State and is a Boise native. They have three daughters: Jessica (19); Kristina (16); and Angela (10). He earned his master s degree in athletic administration from Idaho State in the summer of Jason Erickson - Assistant Media Relations Director Jason Erickson begins his fourth year at Idaho State University, and his third as the Assistant Media Relations Director. He serves as the primary media contact for women s basketball, volleyball, soccer, and tennis. While at ISU, Erickson has twice helped publicize the ISU women s basketball team into the WNIT, and he most recently served as media coordinator for the 2006 Big Sky Conference Tennis Championships. Erickson most recently worked in the sports information office at Otterbein College in Columbus, Ohio, where he was the primary media contact for the women s soccer, women s basketball, tennis, golf and baseball teams. Erickson worked at the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics as a public relations liaison for the speed skating competition at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns, Utah. He also served as a Russian interpreter at the Olympic games. A 2002 graduate of Southern Utah University where he earned a bachelor s degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations and broadcasting, Erickson was the sports editor for the University Journal, sports director of SUTV and the sports director of KSUU radio. In addition, Erickson was the play-by-play voice of SUU women s basketball. He also served as a stringer for the Deseret News and the Salt Lake Tribune. Erickson is married to the former Marisa Adams of Brigham City, Utah. He earned his master s degree in athletic administration from Idaho State in May Michelle Railsback - Media Relations Assistant Michelle Railsback enters her second season as a Media Relations Assistant for Idaho State University after spending the previous two years as an intern in the media relations office. She serves as the primary contact for the men s and women s golf, cross country, and track and field programs. Railsback, originally from Lincoln, Nebraska, spent the past two years working in the sports information office as an undergraduate and a graduate student intern, where she worked on the press box staff for football, and she also helped write and edit the 2005 track and field media guide. In her first full year on staff she compiled and wrote the 2006 track and field media guide as well as the golf and tennis media guide, she aided in the production of games taking stats, working clocks, and setting up and tearing down for each game or competition. Michelle earned a combined eight letters in indoor and outdoor track, winning three All-Conference titles, two indoors (pole vault) and one outdoors (4x100 meter relay). She also was a member of the school record holding 4x100 meter relay team, which ran a time of 45.6 in Scott Jurgens - Assistant Director of Marketing, Promotions, and Game Operations Scott Jurgens enters his second year with Idaho State University as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions and Game Operations. Jurgens brings three years of Athletic Marketing and Promotions experience from the Boise State University as well as one year of experience coordinating events for the Bronco Athletic Association s Varsity B Club. Jurgens has also had five years experience in Marketing and Promotions for the MPC Computers Bowl (formerly the Humanitarian Bowl) and was the BSU Campus Marketing Manager for Coca-Cola where he coordinated marketing and promotions between Boise State University and Coca-Cola With the Bengals, Jurgens duties including assisting in the design, development, and distribution of promotional materials, composing game scripts and timelines for athletic events, assisting in the staging of home events including BengalFest, working with ticketing campaigns, and assisting in the marketing of all sports at Idaho State University using radio, television, poster, internet and game day announcements. Scott also serves as the lead contact for the Idaho State Cub Club. Jurgens serves as the lead staff member for the development and execution of game programs for all sports, and he coordinates in-game promotions at all athletic events. Jurgens is a 2006 graduate of Boise State University with a B.S. in Social Science Idaho State University Football Media Guide 125

128 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Nancy Graziano - Assoc. A. D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator Nancy Graziano enters her 16th year with the Idaho State University athletic department. After six years as an assistant women s basketball coach, Graziano assumed the duties of Director of Student Support, and has served as ISU s NCAA Compliance Coordinator. As the Associate Athletic Director for Student Support Services, she oversees academics, compliance, the training room, the weight room, and the equipment room. Graziano has served for the past nine years as Idaho State s Senior Women Administrator. Nancy also teaches an introductory orientation class for all incoming freshman and transfer student-athletes. Nancy is the liaison between the student-athletes and academic resources at ISU. She advises and assists the student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. Nancy works with the Faculty Athletic Representative to monitor the Student Athlete s progress toward graduation and their Big Sky Conference/NCAA academic eligibility. She also works with all coaches, keeping them informed of their student-athlete s academic progress, and she handles all questions regarding compliance and NCAA regulations. Nancy regularly holds rules education seminars for the athletic staff on compliance and rules education issues, and she keeps the athletic department updated on new issues and bylaws. She came to Idaho State in 1985 as an assistant women s basketball coach after a highly successful prep coaching career. Graziano compiled a basketball record in 15 years at Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. Her Alemany softball teams were also in 12 years, a total which included 12 league championships. A three-sport coach, Graziano s volleyball teams were Graziano was Girls Athletic Director at Alemany ( ), Director of Athletics ( ), and chaired the Department of Physical Education from Nancy completed her undergraduate work at Cal State Northridge, and earned her Master s degree in Athletic Administration from Idaho State University in Matt Steuart - Director of Academic Services Matt Steuart enters his fourth year with Idaho State University, and his third as the athletic department s Director of Academic Services, after serving as a Graduate Assistant for one year. Steuart aids the Student Support team in a variety of ways including compliance issues, personal and academic counseling with student-athletes, overseeing the athletic study table, meeting with recruits, distribution of the NCAA Special Assistance fund, and coordinating, planning and teaching the Life Skills for Student-Athletes course taught at ISU. In addition, Steuart serves as an advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee with Nancy Graziano. Steuart graduated from Idaho State with his bachelor s degree in Psychology in 1997, and he earned a master s degree in 1999 in the field of Mental Health Counseling. He also earned a second master s degree in Athletic Administration from Idaho State in Jim Kramer - Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services Jim Kramer enters his second season with Idaho State University as the school s first Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services, coming to Pocatello from Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, where he served as the fiscal manager for the IUPUI Sport Complex. With Idaho State, Kramer oversees the athletic budget, and he assists all members of the athletic department with university purchasing policy and procedures. He coordinates all budgetary matters, including team and individual travel, equipment, and much of ISU s scholarship allocation procedures. At IUPUI, Kramer was responsible for a $2.3 million operating budget, and managed their accounts payables and receivables and department payroll. Kramer also handled several facility issues including event ticket sales, overseeing the pro shop and management of the business office staff. Kramer also served for 10 years with the Indianapolis Star/News, contributing to area coverage of various high school, college, and professional events in the greater Indianapolis area. Jim earned his B.B.A in finance and marketing from The Ohio State University in 1986, and his master s in business administration from the University of Akron in He and his wife Mary have three children Maura, Joseph, and Thomas Idaho State University Football Media Guide

129 b e n g a l f o o t b a l l Allison Gibson Women s Soccer Bobby Goeltz M&W Tennis Brian Janssen M&W Cross Country Larry Lewis Football Dave Molitor Men s & Women s Golf Jon Newlee Women s Basketball Dave Nielsen M&W Track & Field Joe O Brien Men s Basketball Larry Stocking Women s Softball Mike Welch Women s Volleyball Tom Brock Assistant Trainer Janet Bell Basketball Secretary Steve Bianco Ticket Manager George Casper Director of Events Dax Cox Cheer Coach Ryan Cromie Grad. Asst. Trainer Marilyn Hawkins Financial Technican David Hofmaier Strength & Conditioning Hilary Hofmaier Spirit Squad Director Hailey Lacey Asst. Financial Tech. Phil Luckey Head Trainer Cory Meyer Marketing Intern Shanna Neeser Asst. to the A.D. Tina Parks Athletic Secretary Lyle Romreill Maintenence Director Mary Sherwood Football Secretary Jim Slaughter Equipment Manager Lindsay Tucker Asst. Dance Coach Jodi Wotowey Associate Trainer Benny the Bengal Mascot 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 127

130 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y On June 9, 2005, Idaho State athletics unveiled P.A.W.S., Proud Athletes Working and Serving, which is ISU s community outreach program. P.A.W.S., along with ISU s new slogan It s About Family, showcases ISU athletics commitment to the communities of Southeast Idaho as an active participant. Said Director of Athletics Paul Bubb, We want everyone in southeast Idaho to be part of the Bengal family. Likewise, we want to be part of the family around us. To gain family status we must be involved. I believe action speaks louder than words, and right now we re making plans to roll up our sleeves and help with community clean-up projects, Special Olympics, elementary school reading programs, the American Red Cross and more. Tia Peterson Women s Soccer Officer Michelle Okamura Women s Soccer Officer Chris Boblit Football Officer Jon Winn Football Officer Christina Brown Women s Track Officer Officers: SAAC Officers Tia Peterson, Women s Soccer Michelle Okamura, Women s Soccer Chris Boblit, Football Jon Winn, Football Christia Brown, Women s Track Mission Statement of the National SAACs The mission of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Student- Athlete Advisory Committee is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare and fostering a positive student-athlete image Idaho State University Football Media Guide

131 b e n g a l The ISU Marching Band The Idaho State University Marching Band enters its ninth year of playing for the Bengal faithful, and it has quickly gained a reputation as the best in the Big Sky. Aside from performing at halftime of all Bengal home games, the band has also performed at the University of Montana and Weber State University. The band routinely receives standing ovations, especially on the road, such as in 2003 at Sacramento State. The band, which was dormant for several years, was revived and the new band debuted on September 19, 1998 when the football team hosted Weber State. The band is currently under the direction of Dr. Monte Grise. f o o t b a l l The ISU Spirit Squad The ISU Spirit Squad is comprised of the Bengal Dancers, cheerleaders, and Benny the Bengal. The Spirit Squad performs at all home football, volleyball, and men s and women s basketball games as well as preparing for National Competition. The goals of the ISU Spirit Squad are to promote school spirit, entertain audiences, encourage crowd involvement, and to compete on a national level. The Bengal Dancers finished second in 2006 at the National Dance Alliance (NDA) Collegiate Championships, equalling their highest finish to date, and they were showcased on Fox Sports. They also recieved the NDA Innovative Choreography award. The Bengal Dancers have been nationally ranked in the top ten for the past seven years. The cheerleaders finished second in the small co-ed division at the United Spirit Association Collegiate Nationals held in Las Vegas in 2006, their highest-finish ever. Hilary Hofmaier is the Spirit Squad Director and has coached the Bengal Dancers for the past six years. Lindsay Tucker enters her second year as assistant coach for the Bengal Dancers, and Dax Cox enters his second as the coach of the Bengal cheerleaders. Coach Hofmaier was awarded the NDA/NCA Collegiate Program Development Award at camp in 2004 and 2005 for her directing and coaching of the Bengal Dancers and Cheerleaders. The Program Development trophy was awarded to the university that is developing a successful and effective program as well as having an outstanding camp with both their dance and cheer teams. The Program Development award was voted on and given by the NCA/NDA staff. Idaho State BengalFest Pocatello s largest tailgate party, BengalFest, takes place adjacent to Holt Arena three hours prior to kickoff. Chock full of tents, games, food, drink, and activity, BengalFest allows Bengal fans to make a day of Bengal football. A fan-friendly experience, BengalFest over the last four years had special appearances by the Utah Jazz Cheerleaders, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist Stacy Dragila and the ISU pole vaulters, a national trampoline exhibition, and national radio host Papa Joe Chevalier,. BengalFest has also housed inflatable bouncing rings for kids, clowns, and a free barbecue roasted pig, courtesy of the ISU Bengal Foundation Idaho State University Football Media Guide 129

132 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y The Bengal Football Network All the exciting action of Bengal football can be heard throughout the Gem State via The Heart of the West Ford Bengals Football Network. The network broadcasts all 11 games, plus any playoff games, as well as the pregame and postgame shows. Production of Bengal football on the radio is in conjunction with Pacific Empire Communications. The flagship station for the Bengal Football Network is ESPN Radio 930 AM KSEI out of Pocatello. KSEI is the home of sports talk in Southeast Idaho, and is southeast Idaho s exclusive home for ESPN Radio. Featuring the best in sports talk, including the Dan Patrick Show, KSEI and its sister station KRXK 1230 AM Rexburg covers all of Southeast Idaho with sports talk and Bengal football. Bengals broadcasts begin an hour prior to kickoff and carries through the game to the postgame show with ISU head coach Larry Lewis. On Monday nights at 6:00 pm, The Larry Lewis Radio Show will be broadcast from the studios of Idaho State s flagship KSEI in Pocatello. The radio show will feature live call-ins and guests from throughout the Big Sky, as well as an in-depth look at coach Lewis take on the previous game, as well as his thoughts on upcoming opponents. The Bengals on the Net In addition to the conventional radio package, all 11 Bengal games can be heard via the internet, courtesy of giving Bengal fans worldwide a chance to hear exciting Bengal football. To log onto the broadcast, fans can hit the official ISU home page at and click the schedule button, and then sign up for a Bengal Pass, which will give the listener access to all the games. Listeners also can access past games with the archived audio button. In The Heart of the West Ford Bengal Football Network (Subject to Change) Location Station Frequency Pocatello, ID KSEI* 930 AM Idaho Falls, ID KRXK 1230 AM Rexburg, ID KRXK 1230 AM Twin Falls, ID KTFI 1270 AM Boise, ID KCID 1490 AM *ESPN Sports Radio 930 AM KSEI will serve as the flagship station for all ISU football broadcasts this season *Network as of June 25, 2006 order to hear the games, listeners must have RealPlayer loaded onto their computer, and a free version is available at New returning this year on the website is BengalChat which will take place on Monday afternoons during the season, giving ISU fans a chance to chat with their favorite football players. Idaho State s official athletic website is at a proud member of the College Sports Online Network. The site houses rosters, statistics, game notes, as well as all the latest information and news on ISU football, and the university s 15 other intercollegiate sports. The Bengal Review Fans can keep up on all of the exciting Bengal football action throughout the season by watching The Bengal Review, a half hour highlight and television show featuring interviews with head coach Larry Lewis and in-depth analysis previewing the next game, as well as exclusive highlights and behind-the-scenes interviews from the previous game. Bengal Review is aired locally in Southeast Idaho and Western Wyoming on KPVI-TV 6 at 10:35 pm on Sunday nights, and regionally throughout the Mountain West on Altitude Sports & Entertainment on Wednesday afternoons at 4:30 pm. The Bengals on Altitude Altitude Sports & Entertainment will showcase Idaho State football twice in the month of October as a part of their October Big Sky football package. Idaho State s game on October 7 at Northern Colorado as well as their October 21 game hosting Montana State will be broadcast throughout the Mountain West, with both games starting at 1:35 pm. Altitude is broadcast on Channel 410 on DISH Network, and 644 on DirecTV, which is available over 14 western states, and nationally as well. Altitude is also currently available through over 20 cable outlets to many western states including Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. Altitude Big Sky Conference Schedule 10/7 Idaho State at Northern Colorado 10/14 Eastern Washington at Northern Colorado 10/21 Montana State at Idaho State 10/28 Weber State at Montana State Idaho State University Football Media Guide

133 The Idaho State athletic department has a storied past sprinkled with Olympians, pro athletes, NCAA and Big Sky champions as well as All-Americans. On the National Stage In the 100-plus year history of ISU athletics, the teams have totalled 27 NCAA post-season appearances and one AIAW showing. Probably the most visible of those appearances culminated in the Bengals winning the NCAA Division I-AA football championship in Bengal athletes have also earned 18 NCAA individual championships, including 16 in boxing, a sport which was discontinued by the NCAA in Eighty-seven Bengals have garnered national recognition in the form of All-America honors, since records were kept. Thirty-seven footballers along with 50 individuals from the track and cross country programs have received the prestigious athletic award. One Bengal, Jared Allen, has also garnered ISU s only National Player of the Year Award, as he was named the 2003 Buck Buchanan Award winner. In the Conference Idaho State has also been. successful on the conference level, tallying 66 Big Sky post-season appearances including 35 championship titles. The Bengal track/cross country program has nabbed 21 Big Sky team titles dating back to the season the most of any ISU program. Before joining the Big Sky. Conference, ISU also boasted 29 more postseason conference. appearances, 12 in men s basketball, nine in track and five in football as a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference as well as three in volleyball as a part of the Mountain West Athletic Conference. Of those 29 appearances, the Bengals took home 26 titles, nine each in men s b e n g a l basketball and track, five in football and two in volleyball. Individual Bengal athletes have also found success on the Big Sky level, snagging 282 conference titles overall. ISU tracksters have garnered 260 of those titles, while men s and women s tennis athletes have contributed 20 to the total and men s and women s golf have one each to its credit. On Top of the World The Bengals reach has not ended with the college ranks as several ISU athletes have gone on to the professional and elite ranks in their respective sports. National Tournament Appearences 13 Men s Basketball 4 Women s Volleyball 3 Women s Basketball 3 Women s Soccer 2 Football 2 Men s Cross Country National Team Championships 2 Boxing 1 Football National Individual Championships 16 Boxing 1 Women s Outdoor Track & Field 1 Men s Cross Country Conference Team Championships 14 Men s Basketball 12 Men s Outdoor Track and Field 7 Football 4 Men s Indoor Track and Field 3 Women s Soccer 3 Women s Volleyball 2 Women s Basketball 2 Men s Tennis 1 Women s Golf 1 Women s Tennis f o o t b a l l NBA teams have picked up 15 Idaho State hoopsters since 1963, while 36 Bengals have played, or are currently playing in the NFL. The Arena Football League has claimed six Bengals on its. rosters while 14 former ISU players have suited up in the Canadian Football League. Four Idaho State players have gone on to the Indoor Pro Football League, five played in the National Indoor Football League, one in the AFL, and one Bengal even strapped on an XFL helmet. But the cream of the crop of ISU athletes have made it to the. Bengal Champions highest level of competition in the world, the Olympic Games. Eleven Bengals beginning in the 1952 Games have represented ISU and their respective countries at the Olympics. Four boxers, five track athletes and two coaches have competed for four different countries at eight different Olympic Games, highlighted by Stacy Dragila winning gold in the inaugural women s pole vault in Sydney, Australia. All-Americans 37 Football 24 Outdoor Track and Field 20 Indoor Track and Field 6 Cross Country Conference Individual Champions 92 Indoor Track and Field 168 Outdoor Track and Field 15 Women s Tennis 5 Men s Tennis 1 Women s Golf 1 Men s Golf 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 131

134 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y About the ISU Ring of Honor In January of 1999, the Idaho State athletic department instituted the ISU Ring of Honor. Encircling the top of Holt Arena, the Ring of Honor is for the truly outstanding men and women in Idaho State University history. On January 30, 1999, the first 16 individuals were enshrined in the Ring of Honor, along with Idaho State s three national championship teams. In order to earn induction into the Ring of Honor, a candidate must meet one of the following criteria: 1) Have his or her number retired 2) Have competed in the Olympic games 3) Have brought fame and national attention to Idaho State University For teams to be inducted, they must win a national championship. Ring of Honor Inductees (Inductees of January 30, 1999) Ed Bell, football Lawrence Butler, men s basketball Babe Caccia, football, coach, athletic director Stacy Dragila, track Case debruijn, football Merril Hoge, football Milton Dubby Holt, football, coach, athletic director Tom Jewell, football, coach, athletic director Jim Killingsworth, coach Dave Kragthorpe, coach Mike Machurek, football Les Roh, men s basketball Ed Sanders, boxing Dave Wagnon, men s basketball Ellsworth Spider Webb, boxing Amber Welty-Cnossen, track 1953 national championship boxing team 1957 national championship boxing team 1981 national championship football team Idaho State University Football Media Guide

135 The ISU Athletic Hall of Fame All-time greats and Bengal legends are inducted every year into the ISU Athletic Hall of Fame. The ISU Sports Hall of Fame was established in the 1960s by former athletic director John Vesser and other members of the athletic department staff. After moving from Reed Gym to Holt Arena, the Hall of Fame became inactive until 1977, when Bob Hilliard became president of the Alumni Board of Directors. Chaired by Hall of Famer Glenn Alford, the Hall has enshrined 162 athletes since In 1994, the Hall of Fame found a new home in the Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, where photographs of each member hang. The following guidelines have been established for admittance into the ISU Sports Hall of Fame: 1) A candidate must have attended the Academy of Idaho, Idaho Technical Institute, University of Idaho Southern Branch, Idaho State College, or Idaho State University for at least one year. 2) A candidate must have excelled in one of the intercollegiate sports programs. 3) A candidate must have been out of school for at least ten years. In addition, only members of the Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee are eligible to vote for induction, and consideration is given to nominees for recognition received, as well as contributions to the university, after leaving the institution. Hall of Fame Members (Football players in bold) Dave Abeyta, , boxing Gary Aizawa, , football Glenn Alford, , sports information director Jack Allain, , basketball, track Ray Allred, , football Peter Amarteifio, , track Jerry Armstrong, , boxing Chick Atkinson, , football, track, basketball Jon R. Austin, , track Don Axtell, , tennis Dan Axtman, , boxing Arnie Bagley, , wrestling, football Rick Bauer, , basketball, track Samuel B. Beckham, , basketball Ed Flea Bell, , football, track Jerry Bellon, , football Sam Bennion, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner John Berry, , wrestling Gary E. Bills, , track, James F. Blake, , football D.W. Bud Bliss, , football, track, wrestling Kevin Bodily, , swimming, water polo Anthony Bolden, , track Mary Charly Bond, , basketball Ron Boone, , basketball, track Larry D. Brackenbury, , football, baseball John W. Briggs, , track Ernie Brooks, , football, track Wally Buono, , football Bruce Burnett, , wrestling Lawrence Butler, , basketball Craig Byington, , track Mark Byrnes, , track I.J. Babe Caccia, , football, wrestling John C. Caccia, , wrestling Mike Calley, , football Walt Carte, , football, basketball Bob Conley, , track Doran Bus Connor, , football, basketball, baseball Jeff Cook, , basketball Dennis Critchfield, , track and field Arthur M. Crump, , basketball, track Dewey Cunningham, , basketball Gary Cutright, , swimming b e n g a l Case debruijn, , football Gerald Dellinger, , football, basketball Dennis DeWitt, , track Harry Dickson, , football Sue Doucette, , track Stacy Dragila, , track and field Jerry C. Dunne, , football, track Tim Dunne, , track Bobby Dye, 1958, 60-62, basketball, Dale Dykman, , basketball, football, track Ralph Leif Erickson, , baseball, football, basketball Hal Espy, , boxing Marlin Felton, , football, track Timothy Fisher, , wrestling Ev Fopma, , basketball Chuck Forrestal, Len Buddy Frazier, , basketball, track Gilbert French, , football, track Kie Froman, , tennis Dr. Laurence E. Gale, , football Greta Garver (Hannemann), , women s basketball Dr. P.R. Paddy Garver, , boxing Howard Howdy Greaves, , basketball Ronald Hoot Hale, , basketball Dale Hammond, 1947, boxing Leroy Harris, , football, wrestling Lloyd Harris, , 57-58, basketball Sherwood Dunn Hauck, , wrestling Steve Hayes, , basketball Billy Haynes, , boxing Mike Heberlein, , football, tennis Lori Heeter (Thomas), , volleyball, basketball Pat Herrington, , track Robert W. Hilliard, , football Boyd W. Hodson, , football, track, basketball Merril Hoge, , football Rod C. Hohnhorst, football, track Tom Hofmann, , football Donn Holston, , men s basketball Milton W. Dubby Holt, , football, track Bill Horrocks, , basketball, track, baseball Wiley Howell, , football, boxing, wrestling Ralph Hutchinson, , football, basketball, baseball coach Nancy (Imhoff) Jones, , basketball Bill Ingram, , football, baseball Marcus Jackson, , football Tom Jewell, , football Linda (Johnson) Barbour, , track, volleyball, basketball Jerald Jones, , track, cross country Lamont Jones, , football f o o t b a l l Larry Kent, , football Susie Ketchum (Johnson), , volleyball Colonel David V.S. Kirkpatrick, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Albert D. Kirlan, , basketball, football, track Vic Kobe, , boxing Jim Koetter, , football, track George Kom, , football, track Charles Chuck Koval, , basketball, track and field Steve Kuharski, , baseball Ralph Mutt Lacey, , football, track Bernard Jake LaRue, , football, track, basketball Carl Lawson, , track Dale Leatham, , boxing, football Bobby Leute, , football, basketball Larry Lewis, , track Marvin Lewis, , football Phil Luckey, , cross country, track Buck MacGillivray, , track Mike Machurek, , football Dr. Theodore Maheras, , boxing Woodie Marcus, 1960, boxing Debbie (Masak) Jenkins, , volleyball John McCarthy, , football Robert Bobby McCullom, , boxing Mike M. McMurtry, , boxing Ben Miller, , track John Miller, , football Ray Millward, , wrestling, football Stacey Ann (Wanczyk) Mortensen, , basketball Dr. Lewis G. Blinky Neal, , boxing Ed Norby, , football, basketball, track, tennis, baseball Cyril Okamoto, 1957, boxing Harry Oliphant, , wrestling Tom O Riordan, , track, cross country Tina Ostroot, , track, cross country Don Papenberg, , football Jay Paris, , football Marci Payne-Morrison, , track Stephanie Pemper, , basketball Cal Percy, , swimming, water polo Ken Peterson, , football Richard H. Dick Pettit, , track Felix Plastino, , football Earl R. Pond, , football Steve Proniewych, , baseball, football Clarence Buddy Rausch, , boxing Willis A. Tuffy Reynolds, , football Pete Richardson, , football Ronald Rall, , boxing Ginger Reid, , basketball, softball Dr. Brand D. Robinson, , basketball Les Roh, , basketball John Roman, , football Roger Rouse, , boxing Ed Sanders, , boxing, football Ben Sanford, , football Billy Satterfield, , baseball, football Art Scott, , track, cross country Rick Scribner, , football Dr. Leno Seppi, , football Bill Shaw, , football Walter Cy Shepardson, , boxing Robert Dutch Sherman, , basketball, football Debbie Shively-Hadley, , volleyball Gail Siemen, , basketball, baseball Lyle Smith, , football, basketball Margaret Smith-Raitt, , volleyball Bill Snapp, , football Ursal Ginger Jack Snapp, , boxing, football Tammy Sorenson, , softball Steve (Amos R.) Stephens, , football, wrestling Marie (Stielow) Andersson, , volleyball Carlton I. Tanaka, , wrestling, football William Spud Tatro, , football, track, baseball Ed Thompson, , basketball F.G. Brick Thompson, , track Tom Toner, , football Paul Tripp, , football Otto Tronowski, , football Dick Tullock, , track Ray W. Turner, , basketball, football Wendell Twitchell, , football, boxing, wrestling John M. Vesser, , football coach, athletic director Dave Wagnon, , basketball Jim Wagstaff, , football Dave Walser, , football Homer Watkins, Jr., , basketball Ellsworth Spider Webb, , boxing, football Amber Welty, , track and field Tom West, faculty athletic representative Jim Wharton, , track Guy Wicks, , football coach, basketball coach Paul D. Wilson, , track & field Lynne Wingle-Colvin, , track & field Rick Yeates, , wrestling Nick Ysursa, , baseball, basketball 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 133

136 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y Athletics Administration ( ; FAX) Holt Arena, P.O. Box 8173, Pocatello, ID Located in Holt Arena, South Side Paul A. Bubb Director of Athletics Rance Pugmire Senior Associate Athletic Director Nancy Graziano Associate A.D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator Jim Kramer Assistant A.D. for Financial Services Frank Mercogliano Assistant A.D. for Media Relations Shanna Neeser Executive Assistant to the A.D. Tina Parks Athletics Department Secretary Student Support Nancy Graziano Associate A.D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator Jim Kramer Assistant A.D. for Financial Services Matt Steuart Director of Academic Services Crystal Ross Student Insurance Coordinator Dr. Scott Benson Faculty Athletic Representative Development Rance Pugmire Senior Associate Athletic Director Mike Pritchett Director of Marketing, Promotions & Game Operations Donna Hays Dir. of Bengal Sport Properties Jay McMillin Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation Cory Meyer Marketing Assistant Scott Jurgens Asst. Director of Marketing, Promotions & Game Operations Samantha Congdon Administrative Assistant Facilities and Operations George Casper Director of Events Steve Bianco Ticket Manager Mike Dooley Concessions Manager Jim Slaughter Equipment Manager Lorilee Chandler Ticketing Administrative Assistant Paula Corbin Ticketing Administrative Assistant Lyle Romreill Maintenence Idaho State University Football Media Guide Business Operations Marilyn Hawkins Financial Technician Hailey Lacey Assistant Financial Technician Jorja Lewis Holt Arena Financial Technician Media Relations Frank Mercogliano Assistant A.D. for Media Relations Jason Erickson Asst. Media Relations Director Michelle Railsback Media Relations Assistant Strength & Conditioning David Hofmaier Head Strength Coach Kaci Williams Assistant Strength Coach Mark Campbell Assistant Strength Coach Athletic Training Phil Luckey Head Athletic Trainer Jodi Wotowey Associate Athletic Trainer Tom Brock Assistant Athletic Trainer Greg Obray Graduate Asst. Athletic Trainer Idaho State Coaching Staffs Football ( ; FAX) Larry Lewis Head Coach Bruce Barnum Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coord./OL Joe Borich Assistant Coach/QB Stacy Collins Assistant Coach/LBs Torey Hunter Assistant Coach/CB Joe Lorig Assistant Coach/Def. Coord./Safeties Will Plemon Assistant Coach/DL Ryan Smaha Assistant Coach/TE Bryant Thomas Assistant Coach/WR Nick Whitworth Assistant Coach.Rec. Coord./RB TBA Video Coordinator Mary Sherwood Secretary Golf Dave Molitor Director of Golf Men s Basketball ( FAX) Joe O Brien Head Coach Steve Swanson Assistant Coach Geoff Alexander Assistant Coach Rodrick Rhodes Assistant Coach Janet Bell Secretary Women s Basketball ( FAX) Jon Newlee Head Coach Gavin Peterson Associate Head Coach Mindy Newlee Assistant Coach Jordan Green Assistant Coach Janet Bell Secretary Track & Field/Cross Country ( FAX) Dave Nielsen Head Cross Country Coach Brian Janssen Head Cross Country Coach Jackie Poulson Assistant Coach Women s Soccer ( FAX) Allison Gibson Head Coach Hideki Nakada Assistant Head Coach Lindsay Massengale Assistant Head Coach Women s Softball ( FAX) Larry Stocking Head Coach Andrea Wilson Assistant Head Coach Women s Volleyball ( FAX) Mike Welch Head Coach Mika Robinson Assistant Coach Lisa Bushman Assistant Coach Tennis ( FAX) Bobby Goeltz Head Coach Spirit Squad Hilary Hofmaier Spirit Squad Director/Head Coach Bengal Dancers... Dax Cox Head Cheer Coach Lindsay Tucker Assistant Coach Bengal Dancers

137 Print Media - Local Idaho State Journal 305 South Arthur Avenue P.O. Box 431 Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Staff Brady Slater, editor Ryan Divish Kellis Robinette Dan Thompson Idaho Falls Post Register 333 Northgate Mile Idaho Falls, Idaho Fax: Staff Mitch Worthington Blackfoot Morning News 34 North Ash Blackfoot, Idaho Fax: Staff Ryan Thatcher, editor The Bengal Idaho State University P.O. Box 8123 Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Staff Joe Williams, editor Print Media - Regional Idaho Statesman P.O. Box 40 Boise, ID Fax: Staff Mike Prater Chadd Cripe Nick Jezierny Idaho Press Tribune P.O. Box 9399 Nampa, ID Fax: Staff: Colin Howser Phil Dailey Twin Falls - Times News P. O.Box 548 Twin Falls, Idaho Fax: Staff: Brad Guire Print Media - National Associated Press - Seattle 3131 Elliot Avenue Suite 750 Seattle, Washington Fax: Staff Tim Korte, editor b e n g a l f o o t b a l l The Sports Network Suite Byberry Rd. Hatboro, PA Fax: Staff Matt Dougherty Sportsticker 2200 Byberry Road Suite 200 Hatboro, PA Fax: Staff Traci Tuohy Broadcast Media - Local KPVI TV-6 (NBC affiliate) 902 East Sherman Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Staff Brian Shellgren Miles Romney KIDK TV-3 (CBS affiliate) 214 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: Staff Ted Dawson Tony Gugliotta KIFI TV-8 (ABC affiliate) 150 South Main Street Pocatello, Idaho (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: Staff Adam Mikulich Dylan Carder Radio - Regional KSEI 930 AM (Fox Sports Affiliate) 544 North Arthur Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Staff Don Craig KISU 91.1 FM Pond Student Union Box 8014 Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Staff Jerry Miller KWIK 1240 AM 259 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho Fax: Broadcast Media - Regional KMVT TV-11 (CBS affiliate) 1100 Blue Lakes Road North Twin Falls, Idaho Fax: Staff Eric Geller Justin Corr KTRV (FOX affiliate) P.O. Box 1212 Nampa, Idaho (ext. 210) Fax: Staff Kelly Cross KBCI TV-2 (ABC affiliate) 140 North 16th Street Boise, Idaho Fax: Staff Vince Trimboli Andrew Marden KIVI TV-6 (ABC affiliate) 1866 East Chisholm Drive Nampa, Idaho Fax: Staff Joe Hughes Will Hoenike KTVB TV-7 (NBC affiliate) P.O. Box 7 Boise, Idaho Fax: Staff Dave Augusto Scott Conklin Justin Corr Broadcast Media - National ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, Connecticut Fax: (Breaking News) Fax: (ESPN.com) College Sports TV Chelsea Piers, Pier 62. New York, NY Fax: Staff Dave Seigerman Eric Handler College Sports Online 2035 Corte Del Nogal, Suite 250. Carlsbad, CA Fax: Dorth Raphaely 2006 Idaho State University Football Media Guide 135

138 i d a h o s t a t e u n i v e r s i t y PRESS FACILITIES The press box is located on the South Side of Holt Arena. The three tiered press box houses all facets of print, radio, and television media members, as well as the official stat crew and game operations personnel. Credentials are required in order to guarantee a seat, and must be requested by the end of business on Wednesday the week of a game. If you d like to be tremendously old-school, credential requests can be mailed to: Frank Mercogliano Asst. A.D. for Media Relations Idaho State University Campus Box 8173 Pocatello, ID Requests can also be phoned to or ed (preferred) to or faxed to RADIO & TELEVISION ISU will provide space and credentials for up to four radio members upon request. Each visiting radio station has two phone lines for their use. Television broadcast facilities are available with prior arrangement through Paul A. Bubb, Athletic Director, and the Athletic Director of the opposing team. PARKING Parking passes are available from the Sports Information Office, and they will be sent to the visiting SID the week of the game. Parking is free at Holt Arena, but the passes will allow you to park on the South Side of Holt, closest to the media working areas. NON-WORKING PRESS SEATING Area and space in the press box is severely limited, so only credentialed media are allowed in the press area. Members of the media who have guests accompanying them to Holt Arena need to contact Frank Mercogliano to make arrangements. SERVICES Idaho State sports information provides each credentialed media member with pregame statistics for each team, notes for each team, media guides, game programs, flip cards, and Big Sky Conference information. The press box also contains an in-house public address system, which is used to broadcast scores to the media as well as interesting notes and facts throughout the game for the media s use. ISU uses Stat Crew s Automated Scorebook for Football, and provides the media with detailed play-byplay, and final offensive and defensive stats. The postgame press room is located in the sports information office, located in the southwest corner of Holt Arena. ISU s locker room and training room is off limits to the media. After games, the head coaches and two players from each team will address the media. Other players will be available for one-on-one interviews after the post-game formal interview sessions. The press room in the sports information office will be used for postgame filing. There are several telephone jacks and a fax machine that are available. Those print media wishing for a specific phone in the press box must call and order one prior to the game. RELEASES & STATISTICS Idaho State s statistics are updated right after games and posted on the internet at com. A weekly media release is disseminated to the media and posted on the internet approximately 2:30 pm on Mondays. The release is also ed to all media members on ISU s lists for football. The conference release as well as the opponents weekly release is also sent out via ISU s list. PHOTOGRAPHY/SIDELINE CONTROL All photographers must work outside the 25-yard lines as dictated by NCAA rules. Photographers and media members are not allowed to linger in the team areas. Stewards are available on the field to help media members across the team areas to the other side of the field. INTERVIEW POLICY Once fall practice begins, the following interview policy will be in effect. *Interviews for players and coaches MUST be requested through the sports information office. *After game-type scrimmages or games, interviews may be requested of any player without advance notice. *Calling student-athletes or coaches at home is strictly prohibited. *Starting the week of the first game, interviews are cut off 20 minutes after Thursday s practice. There are no interviews on Fridays or prior to gametime on Saturday. *Interviews with Coach Lewis are preferred to be conducted before practice, which generally will start at 4:00 pm. The best time to get an interview with Coach Lewis is around 3:30 pm. *Interviews with players may take place before or after practice. Due to position meetings, all interview requests must be given to Frank Mercogliano by 5:00 pm the day prior to the interview. This will allow the SID to make sure the players will be available at the requested time. INTERNET All of Idaho State s information regarding rosters, schedules, news, and statistics can be found on the official home page of Idaho State athletics, which is part of the College Sports Online network, the largest network of collegiate websites. The site, which is accessible with either Netscape or Internet Explorer, also contains downloadable weekly game notes in PDF format. WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE Once a week during the football season, head coach Larry Lewis will conduct a press conference in the Sports Information Office. They will begin the week prior to ISU s first game of the 2004 season, at a time and day to be determined. Holt Arena Phone Numbers Visiting Radio Home Radio Press Box NORMAL GAMEWEEK SCHEDULE Monday Off (no interviews with players) Tuesday 4:00-6:00 pm Wednesday 4:00-6:00 pm Thursday 4:00-5:30 pm Friday Walk Through (no interviews) Saturday Game (check weekly release for changes) Idaho State University Football Media Guide

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