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1 Boise State Football 1910 University Drive, Boise, Idaho Sports Information Contact: Max Corbet Boise State Information 2009 Schedule/Results Bronco Schedule Start Time/Score Sept. 3 Oregon W/19-8 Sept. 12 Miami (OH) W/48-0 Sept. 18 at Fresno State* W/51-34 Sept. 26 at Bowling Green W/49-14 Oct. 3 UC Davis W/34-16 Oct. 14 at Tulsa W/28-21 Oct. 24 at Hawai i* 9 p.m. (KTVB) Oct. 31 San Jose State* 1 p.m. (KTVB) Nov. 6 at Louisiana Tech* 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Nov. 14 Idaho* 1 p.m. (KTVB) Nov. 20 at Utah State* 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Nov. 27 Nevada* TBA (ESPN2) Dec. 5 New Mexico State* 1 p.m. (KTVB) Home Games in Bold All Times Mountain * - WAC Game Team Contact SID:... Max Corbet Office:...(208) Cell:...(208) HAWAI I Information 2009 Schedule/Results Warriors Schedule Start Time/Score Sept. 4 Central Arkansas W/25-20 Sept. 12 vs. Washington State W/38-20 Sept. 19 at UNLV L/33-34 Sept. 30 at Louisiana Tech* L/6-27 Oct. 10 Fresno State* L/17-42 Oct. 17 at Idaho* L/23-35 Oct. 24 No. 6 Boise State* 5:05 p.m. Oct. 31 at Nevada* 10:05 a.m. Nov. 7 Utah State* 5:05 p.m. Nov. 14 New Mexico State* 5:05 p.m. Nov. 21 at San Jose State* 2 p.m. Nov. 28 Navy 5:30 p.m. (ESPNU) Dec. 5 Wisconsin TBA (ESPN or ESPN2) Home Games in Bold All Times Hawai i Time * - WAC Game Quick Facts Location:...Honolulu,Hawai i Chancellor:...Virginia S. Hinshaw Athletic Director:...Jim Donovan Conference:...WAC 2008 Record:...7-7, 5-3 Coach Information Head Coach:... Greg McMackin...(Southern Oreon, 69) Career Record: (1 year) Record at Tulsa: (21year) Team Contact SID:...Derek Inouchi Office:...(808) Cell:...(808) TELEVISION: KTVB (Channel 7, digital channel 7-1) will carry seven games this season. KTVB will produce and air the Miami (OH), Bowling Green, UC Davis, Hawai i, San Jose State, Idaho and New Mexico State games. Mark Johnson will handle play-by-play while Tom Scott will provide commentary. SPANISH RADIO: KWEI (La Ley 99.5FM) operated by Treasure Valley Broadcasting is the first ever Spanish radio flagship of Boise State football and will provide full signal coverage throughout the Treasure Valley for all home and away games commencing with the 2009 season. Steve Ramirez and Marcos Magallon will serve as play-byplay announcers while former Bronco Alex Guerrero will provide commentary. Head Coach: Chris Petersen Career Record: 41-4; Boise State Record: 41-4 Web Address: No. 6 (AP) / 5 (USA Today) / 4 (BCS) Boise State (6-0, 1-0 WAC) vs. Hawai i (2-4, 0-3 WAC) 5:05 p.m. (HT) - Aloha Stadium (50,000; Field Turf) October 24, 2009 Series Record: Boise State leads, 7-3 Television: KTVB Radio: KIDO 580 and 630 am; Spanish Radio: KWEI 99.5 fm RADIO: KIDO (580 and 630 AM) in Boise, will broadcast the game live with Bob Behler providing the play-by-play. Former Boise State football player Pete Cavender handles color commentary. The games can also be heard on the Boise State Broncos Radio Network in Twin Falls (KSNQ 98.3 FM), Pocatello (KWIK 1240AM), Idaho Falls (KID 590AM), McCall (KDZY 98.3 FM), Spokane/ Coeur d Alene/North Idaho (KJRB 790AM), Ontario (KSRV 1380AM) and Tri-Cities, Wash. (KALE 960AM) WAC Standings WAC all W L PCT. W L PCT. Idaho Nevada Fresno State Louisiana Tech Boise State New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State Hawaii WAC SChedule Saturday, Oct. 24 * Boise State at Hawai i 5:05 p.m. (KTVB) * Louisiana Tech at Utah State 1 p.m. * Idaho at Nevada 1 p.m. * Fresno State at New Mexico State 6 p.m.

2 WAC PRESEASON COACHES POLL Team Points 1. Boise State (8) Nevada (1) Fresno State...45 Louisiana Tech Hawai I San Jose State Utah State New Mexico State Idaho...11 WAC PRESEASON MEDIA POLL Team Points 1. Boise State (55) Nevada (3) Fresno State Louisiana Tech Hawai I San Jose State Utah State Idaho New Mexico State WEEKLY FOOTBALL COACHES TELECONFERENCE 10:32am Greg McMackin, Hawaii 10:39am Derek Dooley, Louisiana Tech 10:46am DeWayne Walker, New Mexico St. 10:53am Gary Andersen, Utah State 11:00am Rob Akey, Idaho 11:07am Dick Tomey. San Jose State 11:14am Chris Ault, Nevada 11:21am Chris Petersen, Boise State 11:28am Pat Hill, Fresno State 11:35am WAC Commissioner - Conference calls are every begin Monday. To participate call (913) Boise State 2009 Preseason Watch List Nominations Kyle Brotzman - Place Kicker Lou Groza Award Thomas Byrd - Center Rimington Trophy Kellen Moore - Quarterback Allstate Sugar Bowl Manning Award Davey O Brian Award Maxwell Award Walter Camp Award ASSOCIATED PRESS (Oct. 18, 2009) Team Record Pts Pvs. 1. Alabama (39) 7-0 1, Florida (20) 6-0 1, Texas 6-0 1, USC 5-1 1, Cincinnati 6-0 1, Boise State 6-0 1, Iowa 7-0 1, Miami (Fla.) 5-1 1, LSU 5-1 1, TCU 6-0 1, Georgia Tech Oregon Penn State Oklahoma St Virginia Tech BYU Houston Ohio State Utah Pittsburgh NR 21. Texas Tech NR 22. West Virginia NR 23. South Carolina Kansas Oklahoma Kyle Wilson - Cornerback Bronko Nagurski Award Chuck Bednarik Award Jim Thorpe Award Lott Trophy Playboy Preseason All-American Ryan Winterswyk - Defensive End Lott Trophy Award Rotary Lombardi Award USA TODAY COACHES POLL (Oct. 18, 2009) Team Record Pts Pvs. 1. Florida (49) 3-0 1, Alabama (9) 7-0 1, Texas (1) 6-0 1, USC 5-1 1, Boise State 6-0 1, Cincinnati 6-0 1, TCU 6-0 1, Iowa Miami (Fla.) LSU Penn State Oklahoma St Georgia Tech Oregon Virginia Tech BYU Ohio State Houston Pittsburgh NR 20. Utah NR 21. Kansas West Virginia NR 23. South Carolina Texas Tech NR 25. Mississippi NR Dropped From Rankings: Nebraska 15, South Florida 21, Notre Dame 25 Others Receiving Votes: Notre Dame 61, Mississippi 59, South Florida 57, Nebraska 52, Michigan 41, Central Michigan 39, Arizona 25, California 9, Arkansas 8, Oregon State 5, Missouri 4, Navy 4, Wisconsin 4, Idaho 4, Auburn 3, Boston College 3 Dropped From Rankings: Nebraska 17, Oklahoma 18, South Florida 21, Missouri 24, Notre Dame 25 Others Receiving Votes: Oklahoma 113, South Florida 104, Nebraska 84, Central Michigan 34, Notre Dame 31, Boston College 26, Wisconsin 26, Arkansas 19, Michigan 13, Georgia 12, Missouri 11, Oregon State 10, Idaho 8, Auburn 8, California 7, Arizona 7, Michigan State 5, North Carolina 1, Rutgers 1 2

3 nation s best home winning percent (00-09) team Record PCT. 1. Boise State Oklahoma Texas TCU Ohio State Virginia Tech USC Florida LSU Texas Tech Georgia Miami (Fla.) Boston College Auburn Nebraska all-time winning division 1-a football programs team Won Lost Tied PCT. 1. Michigan Notre Dame Texas Oklahoma Ohio State Alabama USC Boise State Nebraska Tennessee Penn State Florida State Georgia LSU Miami (FL) Boise State Football 2008 bcs academic top 25 (Ranked by Football Team NCAA APR) team Academic Progress Report 1. Boston College Northwestern Georgia Penn State Florida TCU Boise State Georgia Tech USC BYU Pittsburgh Utah Alabama Ohio State Oklahoma Texas Ball State Cincinnati Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma State Virginia Tech Texas Tech Michigan State Oregon 921 nation s highest overall winning percent (00-09) team Record PCT. 1. Boise State Texas Oklahoma USC Ohio State LSU Georgia Florida TCU Virginia Tech Miami (Fla.) Utah Auburn Boston College Oregon nation s highest winning conference precent (00-09) team Record PCT. 1. Boise State Oklahoma Texas Ohio State USC Florida TCU Virginia Tech Michigan BYU LSU Georgia Miami (Fla.) Florida State Auburn *Note on Opponent: 44. Hawai i highest scoring teams since 2000 wins by west coast teams since 2000 team Wins 1. Boise State USC Oregon Utah Hawai i 76 Oregon State 76 Fresno State 76 BYU California Arizona State UCLA 63 3 team Games Points Avg. 1. Boise State 121 4, Texas 121 4, Oklahoma 127 4, Texas Tech 121 4, Florida 122 4, USC 121 4, Hawai i 124 4, Louisville 118 4, Kansas State 120 3, Oregon 118 3,

4 Games Played When Ranked (46-6) Opponent Coach AP Result Score Louisiana Tech W (36-10) Nevada W (44-7) Iowa State W (34-16) UTEP W (51-21) Fresno State W (31-17) Nevada W (56-3) Hawaii W (45-28) TCU W (34-31) UTEP W (47-31) BYU W (28-27) SMU W (38-20) Tulsa W (45-42) Fresno State W (33-16) Hawaii W (69-3) San Jose State W (56-49) Louisiana Tech W (55-14) Nevada W (58-21) Louisville L (40-44) Georgia L (13-48) Hawaii W (41-34) Utah W (36-3) Louisiana Tech W (55-14) New Mexico State W (40-28) Idaho W (42-26) Fresno State W (45-21) San Jose State W (23-20) Utah State W (49-10) Nevada W (38-7) Oklahoma W (43-42 OT) Weber State W (56-7) Washington L (24-10) San Jose State W (42-7) Utah State W (52-0) Idaho W (58-14) Hawai i L (39-27) East Carolina L (41-38) Louisiana Tech W (38-3) Southern Miss W (24-7) Hawai i W (27-7) San Jose State W (33-16) New Mexico State W (49-0) Utah State W (49-14) Idaho W (49-10) Nevada W (41-34) Fresno State W (61-10) TCU L (17-16) Oregon W (19-8) Miami (OH) W (48-0) Fresno State W (51-34) Bowling Green W (49-14) UC Davis W (34-16) Tulsa W (28-21) BOISE STATE VS. BCS TEAMS (Home Games in Bold) Record: 6-17 (Wins in Blue) 1986 Oregon State 34, Boise State Oregon State 37, Boise State Arizona State 56, Boise State Wisconsin 28, Boise State Washington State 57, Boise State Washington State 33, Boise State UCLA 38, Boise State Arkansas 38, Boise State Washington State 42, Boise State South Carolina 32, Boise State Washington State 41, Boise State Arkansas 41, Boise State Boise State 34, Iowa State Oregon State 26, Boise State Boise State 53, Oregon State Georgia 48, Boise State Oregon State 30 Boise State Boston College 27, Boise State Boise State 42, Oregon State (2007) Boise State 43, Oklahoma 42 (OT) 2007 Washington 24, Boise State Boise State 37, Oregon Boise State 19, Oregon 8 BOISE STATE VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Record: 5-10 (Wins in Bold/Blue) 1996 #5 Arizona State 56-h, Boise State #15 Washington State 58-h, Boise State #17 UCLA 38-h, Boise State #21 South Carolina 32-h, Boise State Boise State 35, #8 Fresno State 30-h 2003 #18 Boise State 34, #19 TCU 31-h 2004 #8 Louisville 44, #10 Boise State #13 Georgia 48-h, #18 Boise State #20 Fresno State 27-h, Boise State #19 Boston College 27, Boise State 21-h 2007 #9 Boise State 43, #7 Oklahoma 42 (OT) 2007 #13 Hawaii 39, #17 Boise State Boise State 37, #12 Oregon 32-h 2009 #11 TCU 17, #9 Boise State #14 Boise State 19-h, #16 Oregon 8 BOISE STATE S ALL-TIME OVERTIME GAMES Record: 5-2 Streak: Won 3 Opponent Score LOC Result # OT 1988 Northern Arizona A W Nevada A L Idaho A W Idaho H L San Jose State A W Oklahoma N W Nevada H W 4 4

5 Boise State on National TV (34-7) (Home Games in Bold) 2009 Oct. 14 Boise State 28, Tulsa 21 ESPN Sept. 19 Boise State 51, Fresno State 34 ESPN Sept. 3 Boise State 19, Oregon 8 ESPN 2008 Dec. 23 TCU 17, Boise State 16 ESPN Nov. 28 Boise State 61, Fresno State 10 ESPN2 Nov. 21 Boise State 41, Nevada 34 ESPN2 Oct. 24 Boise State 33, San Jose State 16 ESPN2 Oct. 17 Boise State 27, Hawai i 7 ESPN Oct. 11 Boise State 24, Southern Miss. 7 CBS CTV Oct. 1 Boise State 38, Louisiana Tech 3 ESPN 2007 Dec. 23 East Carolina 41, Boise State 38 ESPN Nov. 23 Hawaii 39, Boise State 27 ESPN2 Oct. 26 Boise State 34, Fresno State 21 ESPN2 Oct. 14 Boise State 69, Nevada 67 (4OT) ESPN Oct. 7 Boise State 58, New Mexico State 0 ESPN Sept. 27 Boise State 38, Southern Miss 16 ESPN 2006 Jan. 1, 2007 Boise State 43, Oklahoma 42 (OT) FOX Nov. 25 Boise State 38, Nevada 7 ESPN2 Nov. 1 Boise State 45, Fresno State 21 ESPN2 Oct. 15 Boise State 40, New Mexico State 28 ESPN Sept. 7 Boise State 42, Oregon State 14 ESPN 2005 Sept. 3 Georgia 48, Boise State 13 ESPN Sept. 21 Boise State 48, Bowling Green 20 ESPN2 Nov. 10 Fresno State 27, Boise State 7 ESPN Dec. 28 Boston College 27, Boise State 20 ESPN 2004 Sept. 10 Boise State 53, Oregon State 34 ESPN Sept. 24 Boise State 28, BYU 27 ESPN Oct. 23 Boise State 33, Fresno State 16 ESPN2 Oct. 29 Boise State 69, Hawaii 3 ESPN2 Nov. 13 Boise State 56, San Jose State 49 (2OT) ESPN2 Nov. 22 Boise State 58, Nevada 21 ESPN Dec. 31 Louisville 44, Boise State 41 ESPN 2003 Oct. 30 Boise State 50, BYU 12 ESPN Nov. 2 Boise State 31, Fresno State 17 ESPN2 Dec. 6 Boise State 45, Hawaii 28 ESPN2 Dec. 23 Boise State 34, TCU 31 ESPN 2002 Oct. 18 Boise State 67, Fresno State 21 ESPN Dec. 31 Boise State 34, Iowa State 16 ESPN 2001 Oct. 19 Boise State 35, Fresno State 30 ESPN 2000 Dec. 28 Boise State 38, UTEP 23 ESPN 1999 Dec. 30 Boise State 34, Louisville 31 ESPN NON-OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS SINCE 1999 SEASON: 2009 Winston Venable 30-yard interception return vs. Fresno State 2008 Kyle Wilson 90-yard punt return vs. Fresno State Ellis Powers 45-yard fumble recovery vs. Idaho Kyle Wilson 79-yard punt return vs. Idaho Ellis Powers 4-yard fumble recovery vs. Utah State Kyle Wilson 71-yard punt return vs. New Mexico State 2007 Marty Tadman 47-yard fumble recovery vs. East Carolina Austin Smith 89-yard kickoff return vs. East Carolina Ia Falo 16-yard blocked punt return vs. Utah State 2006 Quinton Jones 61-yard interception return vs. Wyoming Colt Brooks 12-yard interception return vs. Utah Marty Tadman 98-yard interception return vs. Louisiana Tech Marty Tadman 27-yard interception return vs. Oklahoma 2005 Lee Marks 92-yard kickoff return vs. Bowling Green Marty Tadman 40-yard interception return vs. Hawaii Quinton Jones 92-yard punt return vs. Hawaii Orlando Scandrick 69-yard blocked FG return vs. Hawaii Quinton Jones 73-yard punt return vs. Idaho Austin Smith 39-yard fumble recovery vs. Idaho Orlando Scandrick 50-yard interception return vs. Idaho Quinton Jones 92-yard punt return vs. Boston College 2004 Chris Carr 62-yard punt return vs. Idaho Korey Hall 46-yard interception return vs. Oregon State Chris Carr 78-yard punt return vs. SMU Ashlie Nyong-Dunham 2-yard blocked punt return vs. Tulsa Chris Barrios 50-yard interception return vs. Hawaii Cam Hall 52-yard interception return vs. Nevada Andy Avalos 92-yard interception return vs. Louisville 2003 Tim Gilligan 62-yard punt return vs. Oregon State Gabe Franklin 19-yard fumble recovery vs. San Jose State Cam Hall blocked punt return vs. BYU Wes Nurse 42-yard interception return vs. BYU 2002 Travis Burgher 18-yard interception return vs. Wyoming Julius Brown 38-yard fumble recovery vs. Utah State Chris Carr 0-yard blocked punt return vs. Hawaii Chris Barrios 23-yard interception return vs. Fresno State 2001 Wes Nurse 27-yard blocked punt return vs. Louisiana Tech David Mikell 98-yard kickoff return vs. Hawaii Quintin Mikell 28-yard interception return vs. San Jose State 2000 Shaunard Harts 34-yard interception return vs. New Mexico Julius Brown 47-yard interception return vs. North Texas LaGary Mitchell 5-yard blocked punt return vs. Utah State 1999 Kareem Williams 34-yard fumble recovery vs. East. Washington Kareem Williams 44-yard interception return vs. Idaho Gavin Reed 15-yard blocked punt return vs. Nevada Shaunard Harts 80-yard interception return vs. Louisville 5

6 Kyle Wilson Senior Cornerback Piscataway, New Jersey Piscataway High School 2008 First-Team All-WAC - Defense 2008 Second Team All-WAC - Specialists 2007 Second-Team All-WAC -Defense COLLEGE (2009) Wilson has returned 12 punt returns already this season, averaging 6.5 yards per attempt...his longest punt return so far this season was 25 yards, which came at Fresno State...has recorded 16 tackles through three games, with 13 tackles being unassisted...recorded seven tackles (six unassisted) in Boise State s 48-0 win against Miami (OH) in week two of the season. (2008) Named first-team All-WAC cornerback and second-team all-conference punt returner Named Boise State s co-special Teams Player of the Year with kicker Kyle Brotzman by vote of teammates Named to Phil Steele Publications All-WAC first team on defense and was a second-team selection as punt returner Named to SI.com s All-America second-team as a punt returner... Named Rivals.com third-team specialist... Led Boise State with five interceptions, 10 pass breakups and 15 passes defended Fifteen passes defended (interceptions plus breakups) tied for 18th best in nation Five picks also tied for second in WAC and tied for 28th in nation Had two key interceptions in win at Oregon Has eight career interceptions Recorded 35 tackles, 26 of which were unassisted Returned 33 punts for 470 yards and three touchdowns His 14.2 average yards per return was second in WAC and 12th in nation Ninetyyard return against Fresno State was fourth-longest in Boise State history and 79-yard return against Idaho was fifth-longest Other return was for 71 yards against New Mexico State All three TD returns were in November Finished the season with the most punt returns for touchdowns in the nation Named KYLE WILSON RANKS HIGH ON MULTIPLE CAREER ACTIVE LEADERS LISTS: Kyle Wilson has been Boise State s primary punt returner since the start of his junior season, which is showing up in the NCAA FBS active career leader rankings. Wilson currently is tied for third among active career leaders in punt return touchdowns (3) and eighth in total punt return yards (621). WILSON S CONSECUTIVE START STREAK COMES TO AN END: Prior to Boise State s game against UC Davis on Oct. 3, Kyle Wilson had started a team-best 35 straight games. Wilson did not play against the Aggies, however, ending his two and a half year streak that started midway through his freshman season. He earned the starting nod in the Broncos ninth game of the season against Fresno State and started four more games as a freshman against San Jose State, Utah State, Nevada and Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Wilson started all 13 games in both his sophomore and junior seasons along with the first four games of WAC Special Teams Player of Week in final week of season after piling up 136 yards on three punt returns against Fresno State His current streak of 31 consecutive starts is longest active streak on team Named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List... Named to the All-WAC academic team. (2007) Named second-team All-WAC Started all 13 games at cornerback Finished season with 41 tackles, eight pass breakups, two interceptions, two tackles for loss, one sack and a blocked kick Had season-high six tackles against East Carolina in Sheraton Hawai i Bowl Finished with five tackles against Weber State and five tackles, a sack and an interception against New Mexico State Blocked an extra point against Hawai i Named to preseason All-WAC team by Sporting News... Received All-WAC academic honors. (2006) Named honorable mention Freshman All-America by Sporting News Started final five games at cornerback Played in 10 games and finished 10th on team with 41 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, five pass breakups, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and an interception Had a career-high 11 tackles in first career start against Fresno State Finished with 10 tackles in win over Oklahoma in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Had five tackles at New Mexico State Forced a fumble and had a fumble recovery in win over Nevada Received All-WAC academic honors. (2005) Redshirted Signed with Boise State in February MAJOR Communication BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED Three WILSON S CAREER STATISTICS total YEAR UT AT TACKLES TFL PBU INT Totals Punt Returns YEAR G NO. YARDS TDs AVG LONG Totals

7 kyle Wilson At a glance... Preseason Honors 2009 Bronko Nagurski Award Watch List 2009 Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List 2009 Jim Thorpe Award Watch List 2009 Lott Trophy Watch List 2009 Playboy Preseason All-American (Second Bronco in school history to earn the honor) One of 32 players the USA Today selected as the top collegiate seniors to watch during this upcoming season All-America Honors 2008 SI.com second-team (punt returner) 2008 Rivals.com third-team (specialist) 2006 Sporting News honorable mention Freshman All-America All-Conference Honors 2008 first-team All-WAC cornerback 2008 second-team All-WAC punt returner 2008 Phil Steele Publication All-WAC first-team defense 2008 Phil Steele Publication All-WAC second-team punt returner 2007 second-team All-WAC cornerback Bronco Record Books Fourth in the Bronco history for single game punt return average when he ran three punt returns back for 136 yards last season against Fresno State. Currently fourth in the Boise State single season record books averaging 14.2 yards per return during the 2008 season (33-470). Holds the fourth and fifth longest punt returns in Boise State history: 90 yards against Fresno State (2008) and 79 yards against Idaho (2008). Ranks ninth in the Boise State single season record books for 33 punt returns in Miscellaneous PUNT RETURNS Rick Woods Tim Gilligan Kenny Kuehl Rick Woods Tim Gilligan Tim Gilligan Marty Tadman Chris Truitt Kyle Wilson Quintin Mikell 2000 PUNT RETURN YARDAGE Single Game (7) Quinton Jones vs. Boston College (5) Quinton Jones vs. Hawai i (5) Chris Carr vs. Idaho (3) Kyle Wilson vs. Fresno State (4) Quintin Mikell 2000 vs. Eastern Washington (6) Chris Carr vs. UTEP (8) Ron Love vs. Montana State (3) Kerry Lawyer 1993 vs. Eastern Washington (3) K.C. Adams 1994 vs. Cal State-Northridge (5) Kenny Kuehl vs. Weber State 1989 (Minimum 15 Returns) (22-459) Quinton Jones (22-432) Chris Carr (18-325) Kerry Lawyer (33-470) Kyle Wilson (36-505) Tim Gilligan (24-316) Al Marshall (22-289) Ron Love (37-460) Tim Gilligan (20-145) Austin Smith (45-522) Rick Woods 1980 LONGEST PUNT RETURN Quinton Jones vs. Boston 2005 College 92+ Quinton Jones vs. Hawai i Henry Jenkins vs. Idaho State Kyle Wilson vs. Fresno State Kyle Wilson vs. Idaho K.C. Adams vs Cal State-Northridge Chris Carr vs. SMU Ron Love vs. Montana State Rolly Woolsey vs. Weber State Charles Holmes vs. Long Beach State = Scoring Play 2008 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List 7

8 Kellen Moore Sophomore Quarterback Prosser, Washington Prosser High School 2008 Freshman All-American - FWAA, Sporting News & Phil Steele s College Football 2008 Honorable Mention - SI.com 2008 WAC Freshman of the Year 2008 Second-Team All-WAC COLLEGE (2009) Moore has been efficient so far this season, tallying a QB rating of through six games...he has throw 16 touchdown passes and just two interceptions...threw a career high four TD passes to go along with 307 yards on 16- of-25 passing against Miami (OH)...Had his most accurate game of the season at Bowling Green, where he completed 17-of- 21 passes (80.9 percent) for 247 yards and two touchdowns... Moore threw for 285 passing yards against UC Davis on 22-of- 32 completions...has thrown for over 200 yards 14 times in his career...threw three touchdown passes against Tulsa, which marked the fifth consecutive game this season that Moore has tossed multiple TD passes. (2008) Set the NCAA single season record for the Highest Percentage of Passes Completed by a Freshman (281 of 405 for 69.4 percent)... Named WAC Freshman of the Year and secondteam all-conference after spectacular first season, guiding Boise State to 12-1 record Named Boise State s Most Valuable Offensive Player by vote of teammates Named to Phil Steele Publications All-WAC second team Named to the Football Writers Association of America s freshman All-America team Named to the Sporting News freshman all-america secondteam... Earned honorable mention accolades from SI.com... Left-hander was first freshman to ever start season opener at quarterback for the Broncos Ranked 12th in nation in passing efficiency and 24th in total offense, averaging yards per game First in WAC in passing efficiency (157.1) and second in total offense (265.8) and average passing yards per game (268.2) Completed 281-of-405 passes for 3,486 yards with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions Number of completions (281) is second-highest in school history, while number of attempts (405) are third and 25 TD passes are seventh all-time for one season Had 69.4 percent completion rate, best in WAC His 3,486 yards passing is second-best and his 3,456 yards of total offense is third-best all-time at Boise State for a single season In win over Nevada that clinched WAC title, posted the following numbers 414 yards passing (fourthhighest single-game total in school history), 409 yards total offense (ninth all-time for one game), 29 completions (seventh MOORE RANKS HIGH AMONG NCAA ACTIVE LEADERS: Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore has played his way into elite company, just 19 games into the start of his young career. Moore currently ranks second for NCAA FBS active career leaders in passing completion percentage (69.42). Moore also ranks third in active career QB efficiency rating (161.17) and 11th in career completions per game, averaging This season Moore also ranks No. 2 nationally in QB rating (171.18). all-time), and 48 attempts (sixth all time) Had four games with more than 300 yards passing and 11 with more than 200 yards in the air In third start of his career, led Broncos to win at Oregon, completing 25-of-37 passes for 386 yards and three touchdowns Was named Walter Camp Football Foundation Bowl Subdivision National Offense Player of the Week and WAC Offensive Player of the Week and earned a Helmet Sticker from ESPN s Graham Watson following Oregon game Also named WAC Player of Week for performance against Louisiana Tech (20- for-28, 325 yards, two TD passes) in Boise State s 38-3 victory Scored one rushing TD... Named to the All-WAC academic team. (2007) Redshirted. MAJOR Communication BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED One Moore s career Game-By-Game Stats Opponent Cmp-Att-Int Yards TDs Rating 2008 Idaho State Bowling Green No. 12 Oregon Louisiana Tech Southern Miss Hawai i San Jose State New Mexico State Utah State Idaho Nevada Fresno State No. 11 TCU No. 16 Oregon Miami (OH) Fresno State Bowling Green UC Davis Tulsa Totals , MOORE S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR CMP ATT INT PCT. TDs YARDS RATING , , Totals ,

9 Austin Pettis Junior Wide Receiver Anaheim, California Lutheran High School 2008 Second-Team All-WAC COLLEGE (2009) Pettis has establish himself as a go-to receiver for the Broncos so far this season, tallying 32 catches and seven touchdowns in just six games...caught a six receptions against Oregon in the season opener...recorded 115 receiving yards one four catches against Miami (OH)...Caught a career high 10 receptions against UC Davis for 129 receiving yards, his most single game receiving yards this season...also caught two touchdown passes against the Aggies...Recorded four catches for 64 yars and one touchdown against Tulsa. (2008) Named second-team All-WAC after outstanding sophomore season Caught 49 passes for 567 yards, averaging 11.6 yards per catch and 43.6 yards per game Ranked ninth in WAC for average yards receiving per game (53.1) in eight league games Average of 4.50 catches per game in conference play finished eighth in WAC Led Bronco receiving corps with nine touchdowns Nine TD receptions are tied for seventh on Boise State s all-time single-season list Team s third-leading scorer with 54 points Best game was against Nevada with nine catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns Also had two TD receptions against Southern Mississippi and Utah State Caught seven passes against USU and six against San Jose State and Idaho.... Named to the All-WAC academic team. (2007) One of five true freshmen, two of whom were wide receivers, to play for Broncos Finished season second on team with 46 reception Finished second on team with six TD PETTIS MOVES INTO FOURTH FOR CAREER RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: Boise State junior wide receiver Austin Pettis continues to move up in Boise State s top-10 for career receiving touchdowns after catching one more TD pass in the Broncos win at Tulsa. Pettis improved his career total to 22, which moves into fourth all-time. Pettis broke his tie with Mike Holton (21) for fourth with his 17-yard TD reception against Tulsa. Don Hutt holds the school record for career receiving touchdowns with 30. PETTIS CONTINUES IMPRESSIVE RECEPTION STREAK: After tallying four receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown against Tulsa, Austin Pettis recorded his 27th consecutive game in which he has recorded at least one reception. The game marked his 11th straight game with multiple receptions. PETTIS CATCHES TOUCHDOWN PASS IN SIXTH CONSECUTIVE GAME: Austin Pettis has caught a touchdown pass in each of Boise State s six games this season, which is a new personal record for consecutive games with at least one touchdown catch. During the middle of the 2008 season, Pettis went five consecutive games scoring at least one touchdown. catches and third with 465 yards receiving Recorded 34 of his catches in the last five games Caught a season-best nine passes for 89 yards against East Carolina in the Sheraton Hawai i Bowl Caught eight passes in back-to-back games against Utah State and Idaho In Idaho game had first career 100-yard receiving game with 139 yards and three touchdowns Had 67 yards receiving at Utah State Caught seven passes for 54 yards and two touchdowns against San Jose State Finished with four catches for 33 yards and a touchdown at Louisiana Tech Had three catches for 26 yards at Washington Caught two passes against Weber State and Hawai i and had one catch against Southern Miss, Nevada and Fresno State. HIGH SCHOOL Three-sport letterman at Lutheran High School in Orange, Calif.... Lettered in football three times, basketball three times and track and field twice... Named Velocity/Prep Star All-Region... As a senior had 72 receptions for 1,079 yards and 13 touchdowns... Named first-team all-league and all-county and third-team all-state... Was also named to the All-Southern Section Team while helping team to state championship... As a sophomore named second-team all-league as well as being named top sophomore on team... High school coach was Jim Kanau. MAJOR Communication BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED Two PETTIS S CAREER STATISTICS total YEAR G REC. YARDS TDs YPC YPG Totals , Pettis 2009 Game-By-Game Stats Opponent Receptions Yards TDs No. 16 Oregon Miami (OH) Fresno State Bowling Green UC Davis Tulsa Totals

10 Junior Wide Receiver Los Angeles, California University High School Sept. 21 WAC Special Teams Player of the Week COLLEGE (2009) Played in all six games... Caught six passes for 114 yards, including two touchdowns against Miami (OH)... Had a career day at Fresno State with two touchdowns (1 fumble recovery, one receiving) and recorded 174 all-purpose yards (154 kick return, 29 receivng, -9 rushing)...scored two rushing touchdowns in Boise State s win at Bowling Green, one for 18 yards and one for a career long run of 25 yards...also caught six passes for 58 yards at Bowling Green and six passes for 83 yards and a touchdown against UC Davis...Has recorded five or more receptions in five games this season. (2008) Played in three games, catching 10 passes for 168 yards and one touchdown... Also rushed for 52 yards on five carries and scored two touchdowns. (2007) Caught at least one pass in all 13 of Boise State s games Finished third on team in receptions (44) and second in receiving yards (639) while catching third-most touchdown passes (five) Led team in yards per catch (14.5) Also rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns Best overall game was at Utah State with three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving), five catches for 64 yards, and two rushes for 17 yards Had a season-high seven catches for 47 yards against East Carolina in YOUNG FINDING CONSISTENCY: Boise State wide receiver Titus Young has recorded five or more catches in five games already this season, which doubles his career total. In his first two seasons at Boise State, Young had just five games with five or more receptions. In six games so far this season, the only game in which Young has caught less than five passes was against Fresno State (three). His career high for single game receptions is seven, which he recorded in 2007 against East Carolina and again in 2008 against Idaho State. Sheraton Hawai i Bowl Finished with six catches against San Jose State for 44 yards Had season-high 84 yards receiving and a touchdown on five catches against New Mexico State Caught four passes for 71 yards against Southern Miss and had four catches for 66 yards and a touchdown at Louisiana Tech Caught three passes for 31 yards at Fresno State and had two catches against Idaho (for 66 yards and a touchdown), Nevada (28 yards), Wyoming (27 yards) and Hawai i (15 yards) First catch of career against Weber State went 53 yards for a touchdown Also caught one pass at Washington for 43 yards. HIGH SCHOOL Two-sport letterman at University High School in Los Angeles, lettering in football three times and track and field twice... Named all-state, all-city and one of top 10 receivers in state Led city section in both interceptions and receiving... Finished season with 66 catches for 1,359 yards, 2,000 allpurpose yards and 20 touchdowns on offense while on defense finished with 97 tackles and 11 interceptions... High school coach was E.C. Robinson. MAJOR Communication BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED Two YOUNG S CAREER STATISTICS Receiving YEAR G REC. YARDS TDs YPC YPG Totals , YOUNG SCORES MULTIPLE TDs FOR FIFTH TIME IN CAREER: Titus Young scored two rushing touchdowns at Bowling Green on Sept. 26, which marked the fifth time in his career that he scored multiple TDs in a game. The first time he did so was in 2007 at Utah State where Young scored three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving). He has already achieved the feat three times this season, scoring two touchdowns against Miami (OH), Fresno State and Bowling Green. YOUNG NAMED WAC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Titus Young, junior wide receiver at Boise State University, was named the Western Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week following the Broncos win at Fresno State on Sept. 18. Young returned five kickoffs for 154 yards to average 30.8 yards-per-return. His longest return was 77 yards which came in the second quarter. Young would finish off the drive for the Broncos when three plays later he was on the receiving end of a seven-yard touchdown pass from Rushing YEAR G ATT. YARDS TDs YPC LONG Totals Kickoff Returns YEAR G NO. YARDS TDs AVG LONG Totals Kellen Moore to give Boise State a 24-3 lead midway through the period. Young ended the night catching three passes for 29 yards to finish with 174 all-purpose yards. Young is the only Bronco to win a WAC Player of the Week award this season. 10

11 Kyle Brotzman Junior Place Kicker/Punter Meridian, Idaho Meridian High School 2007 Honorable Mention Freshman All-American - Sporting News 2007 Second-Team All-WAC COLLEGE (2009) Brotzman has made good on 20-of-21 point after attempts and 7-of-10 field goal tries to start the season... Has averaged 6.8 points per game for the Broncos through six games...has also recorded 17 punts this year, averaging 45.4 yards per punt...he has downed six punts inside the 20...Went 2-of-2 on field goal attempts and converted both point after tries in Boise State s win at Tulsa. (2008) Has never missed an extra point in two seasons as starting place kicker, hitting school-record 116 consecutive PATs, including all 50 in 08 Named Boise State s co-special Teams Player of the Year with punt returner Kyle Wilson by vote of teammates Led team in scoring with 17 field goals and 50 extra points for 101 points Hit 17-of-26 attempts for 65.4 percentage, good for fourth in WAC Longest was 51 yards at Oregon Also had 50-yard FG against Nevada Averaged 7.8 points per game, good for fourth in WAC and 44th in nation in scoring First in WAC and tied for 32nd in nation with 1.31 field goals per game Finished the year sixth in nation among active players for average career points per game at 8.3 Also handled bulk of punting chores with 37 punts for 1,693 yards, averaging 45.3 yards per kick Twice named WAC Special Teams Player of Week against Hawai i (three punts for 60-yard average, including career-best 75-yarder) and against Southern Miss (32- yard field goal, three-pats, and six-punts with an average of 39.7 yards per kick) Had 14 kicks inside the opposition s 20-yard line. (2007) An honorable mention Freshman All-America selection by Sporting News Named semifinalist for Lou Groza Award Named second-team All-Western Athletic Conference Named WAC Special Teams Player of Week after Nevada, Fresno State and Hawai i games Led WAC in field goals, field goal percentage and PAT kicking Made 16-of-18 field goals with only misses coming on blocked kick at Washington and a 49-yarder at Kyle Brotzman Records Consecutive Points after Touchdown: Kyle Brotzman Tyler Jones Single Points After Touchdown Tyler Jones Tyler Jones Kyle Brotzman 2007 Scoring: (Single ) Brock Forsey Ian Johnson Tyler Jones Tyler Jones Kyle Brotzman 2007 Hawai i that was just short Made all 66 extra points Was 3-for-4 from beyond 40 yards Made two field goals against Nevada with no time on clock that sent game into overtime and quadruple overtime Shared punting duties, finishing with a 44.5 yard average on 21 punts with nine downed inside 20-yard line Had 71-yard punt against Hawai i while averaging 55.5 yards per kick with two downed inside 20-yard line Sixtysix extra points were the third most in school history in single season His 114 points scored were fifth most in season at Boise State. (2006) Redshirted Walked on to Boise State program in the spring of MAJOR Business Management BOISE STATE VARSITY LETTERS EARNED Two BROTZMAN S CAREER STATISTICS Place Kicking YEAR G PATs FG Points PPG Totals Punting Year G NO. Yards AVG Long I/ , Totals , BROTZMAN RANKS SIXTH NATIONALLY FOR ACTIVE LEADERS IN CAREER POINTS PER GAME: Boise State kicker Kyle Brotzman enters the seventh week of his junior season ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision for career points per game. Brotzman has averaged 8.0 points per game throughout his career to date. Navy kicker Ricky Dobbs leads the nation in career points per game with 9.6. BROTZMAN PAT STREAK COMES TO AN END: Kyle Brotzman saw his consecutive point after attempt streak come to an on Sept. 12, with a missed PAT in the second quarter against Miami (OH). Brotzman recorded 118 consecutive PATs dating back to 2007, which set the Boise State record for the longest streak in school history. The miss was Brotzman s first failed PAT of his career. Brotzman fell just 10 PATs shy of the WAC record of 128, held by Wyoming s Cory Wedel ( ). Texas Tech s Alex Trlica ( ) holds the NCAA record with 233 straight PATs. 11

12 BOISE STATE BOASTS 7-3 RECORD AGAINST HAWAI I: Boise State enters its game at Hawai i on Oct. 24 boasting a 7-3 record all-time against the Warriors. The Broncos are 7-1 against Hawai i since joining the Western Athletic Conference in 2001, with their only loss to the Warriors in conference play coming at the end of the 2007 season (27-39). Boise State opened its series against Hawai i with a pair of losses, in 1996 (14-20) and 1999 (19-34). The Broncos won six straight against Hawai i from Boise State also won its last meeting with the Warriors in 2008, BOISE STATE IS 3-4 ALL-TIME ON THE ISLAND Although Boise State has a 7-3 advantage against Hawai i in the two schools alltime series, the Broncos have not faired that well when traveling to the island. The Broncos are 3-3 against the Warriors and 0-1 in bowl games when playing in Honolulu, Hawai i. Boise State lost to Hawai i in 1996 (14-20), 1999 (19-34) and 2007 (27-39). The Broncos beat the Warriors in 2001 (28-21), 2003 (45-28) and 2005 (44-41). Boise State s have played only one bowl game in Hawai i, which was the Broncos loss to East Carolina in the 2007 Sheraton Hawai i Bowl. BRONCOS HAVE A HISTORY OF CLOSE GAMES AT HAWAI I: Boise State has earned a reputation for big wins in recent years, but that hasn t been the case when playing against Hawai i on the road. In Boise State s three road wins against the Warriors, the Broncos average margin of victory has only been nine points. Boise State s most lopsided win was 17 points (45-28) in The last time the Broncos beat the Warriors in Hawai i was in a nailbiter in In Boise State s three losses at Hawai i, the Warriors average margin of victory is 11 points, with their biggest win coming in 1999 (34-19). BRONCOS 34-7 ALL-TIME ON NATIONAL TELEVISION: Boise State s all-time record for games on national television is The Broncos have six games scheduled to broadcast nationally this year, with three having been played already on Sept. 3 (Thursday) against No. 16 Oregon, Sept. 18 (Friday) against Fresno State, and Sept. 14 (Wednesday) against Tulsa, all of which were on ESPN. Other games scheduled to be aired on national television include at Louisiana Tech (Friday, Nov. 6 ESPN2), at Utah State (Friday, Nov. 20 ESPN2) and Nevada (Friday, Nov. 27- ESPN2) (see complete list of national TV games on page 5 of release). BOISE STATE 4-1 ALL-TIME IN WEDNESDAY GAMES: With a win at Tulsa on Oct. 14, improved their overall record in games played on a Wednesday to 4-1. Since 2001 the Broncos have played 33 non-saturday games, four of which have been on Wednesday. Boise State is 4-0 all-time in regular season games that were played on Wednesday. Boise State s only Wednesday loss came in the 2005 Humanitarian Bowl on Dec. 28 against Boston College (21-27). (see complete list of non-saturday games on page 13 of release). BOISE STATE TRAILS FOR THE FIRST TIME ALL SEASON: The Broncos found themselves in unfamiliar territory in the first quarter of their win at Tulsa, as Boise State trailed for the first time all season. Tulsa struck first against the Broncos with a 53-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. After evening the score at 7-7, Tulsa took the lead again, 14-7, with 00:16 in the first quarter. Prior to the game Boise State had not trailed in any of their five games so far this season. BRONCOS OUTSCORED IN FIRST QUARTER FOR FIRST TIME IN OVER A YEAR: Boise State was outscored by Tulsa in the first quarter of the Broncos last game, 14-7, which marked the first time Boise State trailed going into the second quarter since trailing Oregon 6-0 on Sept. 20, Tulsa scored its second touchdown of the game with just 00:16 to go in the first quarter to take a 14-7 lead. boise state All-time record VS. Hawai i (7-3 ) 1996 Boise State 14, Hawai i 20-h 1999 Boise State 19, Hawai i 34-h 2001 Boise State 28, Hawai i 21-h 2002 Boise State 58-h, Hawai i Boise State 45, Hawai i 28-h 2004 Boise State 69-h, Hawai i Boise State 44, Hawai i 41-h 2006 Boise State 41-h, Hawai i Boise State 27, Hawai i 39-h 2008 Boise State 27-h, Hawai i 7 Boise State s Records Against WAC Teams Since Joining the League in 2001: Team Record Pct. Nevada % San Jose State % * Tulsa % * UTEP % New Mexico State % Utah State % Idaho % * SMU % Louisiana Tech % Hawaii % Fresno State % * Rice % * No longer a member of the WAC WAC Championships: Team no. 1. BYU Arizona State 7 Wyoming 7 4. Boise State 6 5. Fresno State 3 Air Force 3 Colorado State 3 12

13 boise state record on non-saturday games (27-6*, 24-2) Broken Down by Day of the Week: Monday: 1-0* Tuesday: 2-1* Wednesday: 3-1*, 3-0 Thursday: 5-1 Friday: 12-3*, 12-1 Sunday: 4-0 * Includes Bowl Games Year-by-Year Non-Saturday Game Breakdown: 2001 Fri., Oct. 19 at No. 8 Fresno State W, Fri., Oct. 18 Fresno State W, Tues., Dec. 31 vs. Iowa State* W, Thurs., Oct. 30 at BYU W, Fri., Nov. 21 at Fresno State W, Tues., Dec. 23 vs. No. 19 TCU* W, Fri., Sept. 10 Oregon State W, Fri., Sept. 24 BYU W, Fri., Oct. 29 Hawai i W, 69-3 Fri., Dec. 31 vs. Louisville* L, Wed., Sept. 21 Bowling Green W, Thurs., Nov. 10 at Fresno State L, 7-27 Wed., Dec. 28 vs. Boston College L, Thurs., Aug. 31 Sacramento State W, 45-0 Thurs., Sept. 7 Oregon State W, Sun., Oct. 15 at New Mexico State W, Wed., Nov. 1 Fresno State W, Mon., Jan. 1 vs. No. 7 Oklahoma* W, (OT) 2007 Fri., Aug. 31 Weber State W, 56-7 Thurs., Sept. 27 Southern Miss W, Sun., Oct. 7 New Mexico State W, 58-0 Sun., Oct. 14 Nevada W, (4OT) Sun., Oct. 21 at La Tech W, Fri., Oct. 26 at Fresno State W, Fri., Nov. 23 at No. 13 Hawai i L, Fri., Dec. 23 vs. East Carolina* L, Wed., Oct. 1 La Tech W, 38-3 Fri., Oct. 17 Hawai i W, 27-7 Fri., Oct. 24 at San Jose State W, Fri., Nov. 28 Fresno State W, Tues., Dec. 23 vs. No. 11 TCU* L, Thurs., Sept. 3 No. 16 Oregon W, 19-8 Fri., Sept. 18 at Fresno State W, BOISE STATE ALLOWS MOST FIRST QUARTER POINTS SINCE 2007: The Broncos allowed the most first quarter points since 2007 in their game at Tulsa on Oct. 14, as the Golden Hurricane scored 14 of their 21 points in the first 15 minutes. The last time Boise State allowed a 14 point first quarter was Oct. 26, 2007 at Fresno State. The Broncos were deadlocked after the first quarter of that game, and went on to win BRONCOS HAVE BACK-TO-BACK GAMES WITH SCORELESS FIRST QUARTERS: The Boise State offense broke out of its first quarter scoring slump against Tulsa, after the Broncos did not score inthe first half against Bowling Green or UC Davis. The last time Boise State had consecutive scoreless first quarters was at the end of the 2005 season in the season finale against Louisiana Tech (W, 30-13) and in the MPC Bowl against Boston College (L, 21-27). In fact, the Falcons held the Boise State scoreless during the first quarter for the first time since 2007 when the Broncos were shutout in the first quarter of play on Nov. 3 against San Jose State, before Boise State went on to win the game, BOISE STATE BECOMES JUST THE SECOND FBS TEAM WITH 100 WINS: Boise State s 48-0 win against Miami (OH) put the Broncos in select company, becoming just the second NCAA Division I FBS team to earn 100 wins since With their win against UC Davis, Boise State now has 104 wins since The Broncos joined the University of Oklahoma (105 games) and Texas (103 games) with the most wins since the turn of the century. BRONCO OFFENSE SHARES THE WEALTH: In three of the Broncos five games this year, Boise State has had five or more different players record a touchdown. Boise State held a streak of three consecutive games, which began against Miami (OH) when five different Broncos scored a TD, followed up by five players combining for six TDs at Fresno State, and the most recent was a season-high six Broncos tallying for seven TDs at Bowling Green. The last time Boise State had six or more players record a TD in a single game was in 2008 against Fresno State when seven Broncos combined for eight touchdowns. Last season, Boise State had five or more players record a TD in a single game five different times. BOISE STATE RANKS IN TOP-10 NATIONALLY IN FIVE CATEGORIES: Boise State has used a balanced offensive, defensive and special teams attack to improve to 6-0 this season, which is showing in its national statistical rankings. The Broncos currently rank in the top-10 nationally in five different statistical categories. Offensively, Boise State is tied for fourth in sacks allowed (three), third in pass efficiency (164.69) and seventh in scoring offense (38.17 ppg). On defense, the Broncos are fifth in first downs allowed (13.3 per game). On special teams Boise State is seventh in net punting (40.63 yards per punt). BOISE STATE DEFENSE PICKS OFF OPPONENTS: Boise State has now recorded nine interceptions already this season, following two interceptions in the Broncos win at Bowling Green. Junior safety Jeron Johnson recorded his second interception of the season, while cornerback Brandyn Thompson joined the ranks as he recorded his first of the season on a 14-yard pick. Sophomore linebacker Aaron Tevis and Johnson lead the team with two interceptions a piece, while junior linebacker Derrell Acrey, sophomore safety George Iloka, freshman linebacker Tommy Smith and junior safety Winston Venable have each recorded an interception this season. MARTIN RECORDS CAREER DAY AT BOWLING GREEN: After spending most of the season on defense, Doug Martin returned to the offensive side of the ball for Boise State s matchup against Bowling Green. Martin had a career day after carrying the ball 13 times for 116 yards, including a 34-yard long which resulted in a touchdown, and averaged 8.9 yards per carry. 13

14 WINTERSWYK SACKING THE COMPETITION: Boise State defensive end Ryan Winterswyk has been tormenting opposing quarterbacks as of late, recording at least half of a sack in four consecutive games. Winterswyk leads the Broncos with five sacks and eight tackles for loss this season. The junior ranks 27th nationally in sacks per game and 30 th in tackles for loss. With two sacks at Tulsa, Winterswyk tied Bronco defensive line coach Pete Kwiatkowski and former Bronco linebacker Colt Brooks for 9th in the Boise State record books for most career sacks (15). With another 0.5 sacks, Winterswyk will tie his career-high of 5.5 sacks in a season. He only needs 1.5 more sacks to move up to 8th in the record books and tie former teammate Mike T. Williams. RUN AVERY RUN: Boise State junior running back Jeremy Avery has proven to be a speedster for the Broncos as he has recorded a 70+ yard run in two different games this season. In Boise State s game at Bowling Green, Avery opened the second half of play with an incredible 71-yard run touchdown. This would have been the second 70+ yard TD for the junior, but upon crossing the goal line on a 74-yard run Avery fumbled the ball which was recovered by teammate wide receiver in the end zone. The last player to record two 70+ yard runs in a single season was David Mikell during the 2003 season with a 78-yard TD against Idaho and a 75- yard TD against TCU. VENABLE RETURNS INTERCEPTION FOR TOUCHDOWN: Junior Winston Venable had a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown at Fresno State, marking the first time the Broncos have returned a pick for a TD since Marty Tadman returned a 27-yard interception against No. 10 Oklahoma during the infamous 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. AVERY AND HARPER HIT CENTURY MARK FOR SECOND TIME: Boise State had two players rush for over 100-yards in the Fresno State game as Jeremy Avery gained 186 yards and DJ Harper 107. Avery and Harper were the last two players to both go over the century mark in a game when two years ago, also against Fresno State (Oct. 26, 2007), Harper gained 153 yards and Avery 124. AVERY SETS SINGLE GAME RECORD: Boise State junior running back Jeremy Avery led the Broncos in their conference opener at Fresno State recording a career-high 269 all-purpose yards. In addition, he had 186 yards rushing to average 16.9 YPC (11-186), setting a single-game school record. Avery owned the previous single-game record after averaging 14.2 YPC (11-156) last season against Idaho. BRONCOS STAY PERFECT IN WAC CONFERENCE OPENERS: Since joining the Western Athletic Conference in 2001, Boise State has yet to lose a conference opening game. After a big win at Fresno State on Sept. 18, the Broncos improved their all-time WAC opener record to 9-0. SHUTTING OUT THE COMPETITION: Boise State s 48-0 shutout against Mid-American Conference opponent Miami (OH) marked the first home shutout for the Broncos since Oct. 7, 2007, when Boise State shut out New Mexico State, The win also marked the first time in Boise State history that the Broncos shutout a nonconference Division I FBS (formerly I-A) opponent. The last nonconference opponent the Broncos shutout at home was Aug. 31, 2006 against Sacramento State (45-0). BRONCOS RANKED FOR EIGHTH STRAIGHT SEASON: Boise State entered the 2009 season ranked in both the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches Polls, earning its highest preseason ranking ever. The Broncos were ranked No. 14 in the AP, and No. 16 in the USA Today Coaches polls. After two wins the Broncos have already climbed to No. 8 in both polls. broncos in WAC openers (9-0) BSU Year Opponent Score Rank 2001 UTEP W, NR 2002 Hawai i W, NR 2003 at La Tech W, NR 2004 at UTEP W, at Hawai i W, NR 2006 Hawai i W, New Mexico St. W, 58-0 NR 2008 La Tech W, Fresno State W, Year-by-Year Blocked Kicks: PAT FG Punt Total BRONCOS MADE BOISE STATE HISTORY WITH NATIONAL RANKING: The first Bowl Championship Series standings for the 2009 season has been released and Boise State University (6-0) is No. 4, the highest BCS rankings in the school history. The No. 4 ranking is also the highest the Broncos have ever been ranked in any type of major college football poll. Boise State has been fifth the past few weeks in the Associated Press or USA Today Coaches polls, depending the week and ranking, but never as high as fourth. In the three polls that are used for the BCS rankings all have Boise State at No. 5. The Broncos are fifth in the coaches poll, the Harris Interactive poll and the computer rankings, which averages six different computer rankings. Prior to today s announcement, the highest Boise State had ever been ranked in the BCS was seventh late in the 2004 season. The Broncos were ranked eighth in the final 2006 regular season BCS poll, which gained Boise State a berth into the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma. In the coaches poll this week, Boise State moved up one position to fifth following its win at Tulsa last Wednesday (Oct. 14). The Broncos fell one spot from fifth to sixth in the AP poll. 14

15 BRONCOS 6-5 IN LAST 11 GAMES AGAINST BCS CONFERENCE TEAMS: After starting 0-11 as a NCAA I-AA program and a young Division I-A school, Boise State has won six of its last 11 games against BCS conference schools, including their 19-8 defeat of Oregon on Sept. 3. Since 2002, Boise State has two wins over Oregon and Oregon State, one win over Iowa State, and a victory over Oklahoma in the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. During that stretch the Broncos have suffered losses to Oregon State twice in Corvallis by a combined five points, at Georgia, at home in the MPC Computers Bowl by six points to Boston College and at Washington. The Broncos are 2-0 against Big 12 teams, 4-11 against Pac-10 teams, 0-1 against Big Ten and Big East teams and 0-4 against SEC teams. In games against BCS teams at Bronco Stadium, the Broncos sport a 4-5 record (4-3 as a Division 1-A team.) BRONCOS WINNERS OF 86 OF LAST 97 GAMES: Boise State has been a dominant program over the last 97 games winning 88.7percent of its games. The Broncos are 86-11dating back to the 2002 season. BRONCOS WINNERS OF NATIONAL BEST 94.3 PERCENT OF CONFERENCE GAMES SINCE 2000 SEASON: Boise State s success in conference games over the last nine seasons is unmatched by any team in the country. The Broncos have won 66 of 70 conference games since the beginning of 2000 for a winning percentage of 94.3 percent in league games. BRONCOS BOAST ALL-TIME WAC RECORD OF 61-4: In its eight seasons in the Western Athletic Conference, Boise State has seen unparalleled success winning six championships and placing second twice. The Broncos are an impressive 61-4 (93.8%) in WAC games during that time, with undefeated seasons in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and Boise State s four losses came at Rice and Louisiana Tech in 2001, at Fresno State in 2005 and at Hawaii in BRONCOS EARN SIXTH WAC TITLE IN SEVEN YEARS: Boise State has captured six WAC Championships in the past seven years. The Broncos were once again undefeated in the WAC at 8-0 in Boise State also posted undefeated league marks in 2002, 2003, 2004 and The Broncos won five straight titles from 2002 to 2006, before Hawai i broke that string last year. Boise State s six WAC titles are the fourth most in league history. BYU won 19 WAC crowns as a member of the league, while Arizona State and Wyoming each won seven titles while they were in the WAC. Individual Career Totals 00-yard Rushing Games 00-yard Rushing Games Jeremy Avery 5 D.J. Harper 2 Doug Martin 1 Individual Rushing Streaks Consecutive Games with 20+ Carries Individual Passing Streaks Consecutive Games With Completion % Kellen Moore 18 Consecutive Games with a TD Pass Kellen Moore 5 00-yard Receiving Games Austin Pettis 3 2 Tyler Shoemaker 1 Individual Receiving Streaks Consecutive Games With a Reception Austin Pettis 26 5 Kyle Efaw 5 Tyler Shoemaker 2 Jeremy Avery 1 Doug Martin 1 Consecutive Games With Multiple Receptions Austin Pettis 10 5 Kyle Efaw 3 Doug Martin 1 Individual Scoring Streaks Consecutive Games With a Touchdown Austin Pettis 4 DJ Harper 3 3 Doug Martin 1 Consecutive Games with Multiple Touchdowns Austin Pettis 1 Career Games with Multiple Touchdowns Austin Pettis 6 5 Jeremy Avery 4 Richie Brockel 1 Tyler Shoemaker 1 D.J. Harper 1 Doug Martin 1 Consecutive Games With a PAT Kyle Brotzman 4 Consecutive Games with a FG Kyle Brotzman 1 DEFENSE: Consecutive Games With an Interception Consecutive Games With a Sack Ryan Winterswyk 3 Consecutive Games with 10+ Tackles Career Games With 10+ Tackles Jeron Johnson 4 Kyle Wilson 2 Derrell Acrey 2 Individual Special Teams Streaks: Consecutive PATs Kyle Brotzman 16 Jake Johnston 2 Jimmy Pavel 1 15

16 The Last Time Boise State TOTAL OFFENSE Yards Single Game 500+ Ryan Dinwiddie (515) Oct. 18, 2003 SMU 400+ Kellen Moore (409) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada 300+ Kellen Moore (307) Sept. 12, 2009 Miami (OH) PASSING Yards Single Game Ryan Dinwiddie (515) Oct. 18, 2003 SMU Kellen Moore (414) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada Kellen Moore (307) Sept. 12, 2009 Miami (OH) Attempts Single Game Ryan Dinwiddie (60) Oct. 4, 2003 Louisiana Tech Travis Stuart (51) Oct. 31, 1993 Montana State Kellen Moore (48) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada Kellen Moore (32) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Completions Single Game Ryan Dinwiddie (40) Oct. 4, 2003 Louisiana Tech Taylor Tharp (30) Dec. 23, 2007 East Carolina Kellen Moore (22) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Pass Percentage Single Game (Minimum 15 Attempts) Kellen Moore (.809/17-21) Sept. 26, 2009 Bowling Green Kellen Moore (.710/ ) Oct. 3, 2009 UC Davis Kellen Moore (.688/ ) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Touchdown Passes Single Game 6+ - Jim McMillan (6) Nov. 16, 1974 Montana 5+ - Taylor Tharp (5) Oct. 20, 2007 Louisiana Tech 4+ - Kellen Moore (4) Sept. 12, 2009 Miami (OH) 3+ - Kellen Moore (3) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Passes Had Intercepted Single Game 5+ - Mike Virden (6) Oct. 28, 1989 Montana 4+ - Jared Zabransky (4) Sept. 3, 2005 Georgia 3+ - Kellen Moore (3) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada RUSHING Yards Single Game Eron Hurley (254) Nov. 21, 1998 Idaho Ian Johnson (205) Oct. 14, 2007 Nevada Jeremy Avery (186) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State Doug Martin (112) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Attempts Single Game Chris Thomas (36) Oct. 31, 1988 Nevada Ian Johnson (31) Nov. 25, 2006 Nevada Jeremy Avery (27) Sept. 3, 2009 Oregon Doug Martin (23) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Yards Per Carry Single Game (Minimum 10 Attempts) Jeremy Avery (16.9) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State Doug Martin (8.9) Sept. 26, 2009 Bowling Green Jeremy Avery (7.7) Sept. 26, 2009 Bowling Green Touchdowns 5+ - Ian Johnson (5) Sept. 7, Ian Johnson (4) Oct. 21, Jeremy Avery (3) Oct. 26, Oregon State Idaho Fresno State Longest Run From Scrimmage Jared Zabransky (85) Oct. 29, 2004 Hawaii 70+ -Jeremy Avery (71) Sept. 26, 2009 Bowling Green D.J. Harper (60) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State Jeremy Avery (57) Nov. 15, 2008 Idaho Jeremy Avery (43) Nov. 28, 2008 Fresno State RECEIVING Receptions Single Game Tim Gilligan (16) Oct. 4, 2003 Louisiana Tech Austin Pettis (10) Oct. 3, 2009 UC Davis 8+ - Austin Pettis (9) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada 5+ - (5) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Yards Single Game Tim Gilligan (255) Oct. 4, 2003 Louisiana Tech Tim Gilligan (209) Oct. 30, 2003 BYU T.J. Acree (181) Oct. 16, 2004 Tulsa Austin Pettis (129) Oct. 3, 2009 UC Davis Yards Per Catch Single Game (Minimum Five Receptions) Al Marshall (40.8/5-204) Nov. 4, 1972 Portland State Jeb Putzier (31.8/6-191) Nov. 17, 2001 San Jose State Vinny Perretta (25.2/5-126) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada Touchdowns 4+ - Rodney Smith (4) Nov. 7, Austin Pettis (3) Nov. 17, Tommy Gallarda (2) Oct. 14, 2009 N.M.State Idaho Tulsa Longest Reception Lawrence Bady (98) Oct. 18, 2003 SMU (80) Aug. 30, 2008 Idaho State Vinny Perretta (73) Sept. 20, 2008 Oregon Jeremy Avery (67) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State (54) Sept. 13, 2009 Miami (Ohio) MISCELLANIOUS Last 100+ Yard Rush/Receiving Karlin Adams (101 rushing/106 receiving) Nov. 4, 1995 Eastern Wa. Last Time With Two 100+ Yard Receivers Austin Pettis (115)/ (114) Sept. 12, 2009 Miami (OH) Last Time With Two 100+ Yard Rushers D.J. Harper (107)/Jeremy Avery (186) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State Last Time One Player With Receiving/ Rushing TD Aug. 30, 2008 Idaho State Last Time One Player Threw and Received a TD Pass Vinny Perretta (17 yd pass/38 yd reception) Nov. 8, 2008 Utah State Last Time a Fumble was Recovered for a TD (0-yard recovery) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State

17 Last Time Multiple Players Threw for TDs 4+ - Kellen Moore (2), Tanyon Bissell (1), Mike Coughlin (1), Vinny Perretta (1) Nov. 8, 2008 Utah State 3+ - Kellen Moore (2), Tanyon Bissell (1), Mike Coughlin (1), Vinny Perretta (1) Nov. 8, 2008 Utah State 2+ - Kellen Moore (2), Tanyon Bissell (1), Nov. 28, 2008 Fresno State DEFENSE Interceptions Single Game 4+ - Steve Forrey (4) 1968 Idaho State 3+ - Brandyn Thompson (3) Oct. 17, 2008 Hawai i 2+ - George Iloka Nov. 8, 2008 Utah State Tackles Single Game Scott Russell (28) Sept. 17, 1988 N. Arizona Scott Russell (28) Sept. 17, 1988 N. Arizona Korey Hall (15) Oct. 15, 2006 N.M. State Jeron Johnson (14) Dec. 23, 2008 TCU Solo Tackles Single Game Ellis Powers (12) Dec. 23, 2008 TCU Sacks - Single Game 3+ - Andrew Browning (3) Nov. 25, 2006 Nevada 2+ - Ryan Winterswyk (2) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa Tackles For Loss Single Game 4+ - Andrew Browning (4) Nov. 25, 2006 Nevada 3+ - Ryan Winterswyk (3) Oct. 14, 2009 Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS Kickoff Returns Single Game 7+ - Robby Washington (7) Oct. 28, 1989 Montana 6+ - Austin Smith (6) Oct. 14, 2007 Nevada 5+ - (5) Sept. 18, 2009 Fresno State Longest Kickoff Return Lee Marks (92) Sept. 21, 2005 Bowling Green Austin Smith (89) Dec. 23, 2007 East Carolina /Doug Martin (77/77) Sept. 18, 2008 Fresno State 60+ -David Mikell (64) Sept. 22, 2001 UTEP (52) Dec. 23, 2007 East Carolina Punt Return Single Game 9+ - Rick Woods (9) Oct. 20, 1979 Idaho State 7+ - Quinton Jones (7) Dec. 28, 2005 Boston College 6+ - Kyle Wilson (6) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada Punt Return Yardage Single Game Quinton Jones (151) Dec. 28, 2005 Boston College Kyle Wilson (136) Nov. 28, 2008 Fresno State Longest Punt Return Kyle Wilson (90) Nov. 28, 2008 Fresno State Kyle Wilson (90) Nov. 28, 2008 Fresno State Kyle Wilson (79) Nov. 15, 2008 Idaho Marty Tadman (65) Aug. 30, 2007 Weber State Austin Smith (57) Sept. 18, 2004 UTEP Punts Single Game Danny Weeks (11) Oct. 26, Kyle Stringer (8) Oct. 11, Kyle Brotzman (6) Oct. 11, Nevada Tulsa Southern Miss Punt Average Single Game (Minimum Five Punts) Kyle Stringer (50.1/7-351) Sept. 16, 2006 Wyoming Kyle Stringer (50.1/7-351) Sept. 16, 2006 Wyoming Kyle Stringer (50.1/7-351) Sept. 16, 2006 Wyoming Field Goals Single Game 5+ - Roberto Moran (5) Nov. 2, 1985 Idaho State 4+ - Kyle Brotzman (4) Oct. 14, 2007 Nevada 3+ - Kyle Brotzman (3) Dec. 23, 2008 TCU Longest Field Goal Roberto Moran (56) Sept. 14, 1985 UC Davis Kyle Brotzman (50) Nov. 21, 2008 Nevada Kyle Brotzman (45) Sept. 3, 2009 Oregon Points After Touchdown Single Game Anthony Montgomery (10) Nov. 19, 2005 Idaho 9+ - Anthony Montgomery (10) Nov. 19, 2005 Idaho 8+ - Anthony Montgomery (10) Nov. 19, 2005 Idaho OFFENSE TEAM Yards of Total Offense Louisiana Tech (732) Oct. 4, Nevada (627) Oct. 14, Bowling Green (529) Sept. 26, 2009 Fewest Yards of Total Offense Fresno State (69) Sept. 17, Montana (191) Oct. 12, TCU (250) Dec. 23, 2008 Passing Yards SMU (560) Oct. 18, Nevada (414) Nov. 21, Miami (OH) (314) Sept. 12, 2009 Fewest Passing Yards Northern Arizona (49) Nov. 11, North Texas (78) Oct. 18, Idaho (145) Oct. 21, 2006 Passing Touchdowns 6+ - Idaho (6) Nov. 17, Utah State (5) Nov. 8, Miami (OH) (4) Sept. 12, 2009 Rushing Yards Montana (531) Oct. 27, Hawaii (425) Oct. 29, Idaho (315) Nov. 15, 2008 Fewest Rushing Yards 0- - Northern Arizona (-11) Oct. 9, TCU (28) Dec. 23, TCU (28) Dec. 23, 2008 Rushing Touchdowns 8+ - San Jose State (8) Nov. 13, Weber State (7) Aug. 30, Weber State (7) Aug. 30, Bowling Green (5) Sept. 26, 2009

18 Points Scored Idaho (70) Nov. 19, Fresno State (61) Nov. 28, Fresno State (51) Sept. 18, Bowliong Green (49) Sept. 26, 2009 Fewest Points Scored 0 - Washington State (0) Sept. 27, Fresno State (7) Nov. 10, Washington (10) Sept. 8, 2007 Scoring Differential (+) Fresno State (61-10) +51 Nov. 28, Miami (OH) (48-0) +48 Sept. 12, Bowling Green (49-14) +35 Sept. 26, Bowling Green (49-14) +35 Sept. 26, 2009 DEFENSE - TEAM Fumbles Recovered 6+ - Northeastern Louisiana (6) Nov. 15, Eastern Washington (5) Oct. 14, 2000 Interceptions 7+ - Cal Poly (7) Nov. 17, Northern Iowa (6) Nov. 24, Utah (5) Sept. 30, 2006 Fewest Yards Allowed Humboldt State (35) Sept. 13, New Mexico State (89) Oct. 7, New Mexico State (150) Nov. 1, 2008 Most Total Yards Allowed Nevada (639) Oct. 14, Fresno State (507) Sept. 18, Fresno State (507) Sept. 18, 2009 Fewest Passing Yards Allowed 0 - Northern Arizona (-4) Oct. 25, Nevada (35) Nov. 25, San Jose State (98) Oct. 24, 2008 Most Passing Yards Allowed Louisiana Tech (602) Oct. 3, New Mexico State (526) Oct. 15, Hawaii (495) Nov. 23, 2007 Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed 0 - New Mexico St. (-19) Oct. 7, UC Davis (28) Oct. 3, Tulsa (88) Oct. 14, 2009 Most Rushing Yards Allowed Rice (430) Oct. 6, Fresno State (320) Sept. 18, Fresno State (320) Sept. 18, 2009 Fewest Points Allowed 0 - Mimai (OH) (0) Sept. 12, Louisiana Tech (3) Oct. 1, Hawaii (7) Oct. 17, 2008 Most Points Allowed Nevada (67) Oct. 14, New Mexico State (51) Nov. 7, East Carolina (41) Dec. 23,

19 2009 & Career Individual Game Highs (Offense) PASSING Completions Kyle Brotzman Mike Coughlin 2 Kellen Moore 9 22 Attempts Kyle Brotzman Mike Coughlin Career 7 4 Kellen Moore Career Austin Pettis Yards Kyle Brotzman 0 Mike Coughlin Career Kellen Moore Career Touchdowns Mike Coughlin Kellen Moore Career 4 4 Interceptions Mike Coughlin Kellen Moore 1 Long Kyle Brotzman 0 Mike Coughlin Career 47 9 Kellen Moore Career RUSHING Rushes Jeremy Avery 7 27 Richie Brockel Mitch Burroughs 1 Mike Coughlin 1 D.J. Harper 9 19 Jarvis Hodge Career 7 4 Doug Martin 3 23 Kellen Moore Career 7 7 Austin Pettis 1 Tyler Shoemaker 1 2 Yards Jeremy Avery Richie Brockel Career 5 Mitch Burroughs Career -3-3 Mike Coughlin 1 21 D.J. Harper Jarvis Hodge Career Doug Martin Kellen Moore 4 4 Austin Pettis Career Tyler Shoemaker 3 Career Touchdowns Jeremy Avery 1 Richie Brockel D.J. Harper 1 Jarvis Hodge 1 Doug Martin 2 2 Long Jeremy Avery Career Richie Brockel Mitch Burroughs Career -3-3 Mike Coughlin 1 21 D.J. Harper Career Jarvis Hodge 5 10 Doug Martin 4 34 Kellen Moore 5 4 Austin Pettis Career Tyler Shoemaker RECEIVING Receptions Jeremy Avery Career 5 5 Richie Brockel 2 Mitch Burroughs 2 Michael Choate Kyle Efaw Career 5 4 Tommy Gallarda 3 D.J. Harper 1 Jarvis Hodge 1 Doug Martin 2 Kirby Moore 1 Austin Pettis 0 10 Chris Potter 1 Tyler Shoemaker Career 4 4 Career 7 6 Yards Jeremy Avery Career Richie Brockel 6 18 Mitch Burroughs Career 5 5 Michael Choate 2 Kyle Efaw Career Tommy Gallarda 8 28 D.J. Harper 0 7 Jarvis Hodge Career 0 0 Doug Martin 5 34 Kirby Moore Career 9 9 Austin Pettis Chris Potter Career 7 7 Tyler Shoemaker Touchdowns Jeremy Avery 1 Richie Brockel 1 Tommy Gallarda 2 Austin Pettis 2 Tyler Shoemaker 1 2 Long Jeremy Avery Career

20 2009 & Career Individual Game Highs (defense) Richie Brockel 0 16 Josh Borgman 2 Chandler Koch Aaron Tevis Career 8 6 Dan Paul Career 0.5 Winston Venable 1 Mitch Burroughs Career 5 5 Richie Brockel 1 Darren Koontz 2 Brandyn Thompson Career 7 5 J.C. Percy Career Kyle Wilson Michael Choate 2 Kyle Efaw 4 25 Tommy Gallarda 8 28 D.J. Harper 0 7 Jarvis Hodge Career 0 0 Doug Matin 5 23 Kirby Moore Career 9 9 Austin Pettis Career Chris Potter Career 7 7 Tyler Shoemaker Career Career DEFENSE Tackles Derrell Acrey 4 5 Chase Baker Career 5 5 Kyle Brotzman 1 Aaron Burks 1 Michael Choate Garcia Day 1 Kyle Efaw 1 Cedric Febis 3 Jerrell Gavins Career 8 8 Spencer Gerke 1 DJ Harper Chuck Hayes Career 4 3 Jarvis Hodge Byron Hout Career 5 4 George Iloka Career 8 6 Jeron Johnson 4 8 Matt Kaiserman Daron Mackey Career 4 4 Doug Martin Career 4 4 Shea McClellin Career 6 6 Antwon Murray 1 J.P. Nisby Career 4 4 Dan Paul Jimmy Pavel 1 J.C. Percy Career 4 4 Austin Pettis Jason Robinson Career Jarrell Root 1 Tyler Shoemaker Tommy Smith Career 4 4 Travis Stanaway 3 Jamar Taylor Career 6 Winston Venable Career 6 6 Hunter White Career 8 7 Dave Wilson 1 Kyle Wilson 1 7 Zach Wilson 1 Billy Winn Career 6 6 Ryan Winterswyk Career Sacks Derrell Acrey.0 Chase Baker Career Chuck Hayes Career 0.5 Byron Hout.0 George Iloka.0 Jeron Johnson Career 0.5 Shea McClellin Jarrell Root.5 Aaron Tevis.0 Hunter White Career 0.5 Kyle Wilson.0 Billy Winn Ryan Winterswyk Interceptions Derrell Acrey Byron Hout George Iloka 1 Jeron Johnson 1 Daron Mackey 1 Tommy Smith 1 Jamar Taylor Aaron Tevis 1 Brandyn Thompson 1 Interception Long Derrell Acrey 8 Byron Hout Career 62 George Iloka 3 13 Jeron Johnson 7 5 Daron Mackey Career 5 5 Tommy Smith Career 9 9 Aaron Tevis 1 11 Brandyn Thompson 4 14 Winston Venable 0 30 Kyle Wilson 0 Interception Yards Derrell Acrey 8 Byron Hout Career 62 George Iloka 3 13 Jeron Johnson

21 2009 & Career Individual Game Highs (DEFENSE) Daron Mackey Career 5 5 J.P. Nisby Doug Martin 1 Brad Elkin Career 6 2 Jason Robinson Doug Martin Career Tommy Smith Career 9 9 Aaron Tevis 1 11 Brandyn Thompson 4 14 Winston Venable 0 30 Kyle Wilson 0 Tackles For Loss Derrell Acrey Chase Baker Cedric Febis Career Chuck Hayes Career 0.5 Byron Hout George Iloka Jeron Johnson Darren Koontz Career Will Lawrence.0 Daron Mackey Shea McClellin Dan Paul Career 0.5 J.C. Percy Jarrell Root Jamar Taylor.0 Aaron Tevis Brandyn Thompson.5 Winston Venable Hunter White Kyle Wilson.0 Zach Wilson Billy Winn Ryan Winterswyk Fumbles Forced Derrell Acrey Byron Hout Jeron Johnson Shea McClellin J.C. Percy 1 Billy Winn Ryan Winterswyk Fumbles Recovered Chase Baker Byron Hout Jeron Johnson Aaron Tevis Billy Winn 1 Ryan Winterswyk 1 PUNTING Long Kyle Brotzman Career Brad Elkin Career Punts Kyle Brotzman Career 6 4 Punts inside the 20 Kyle Brotzman 2 Brad Elkin 2 FIELD GOALS Long Kyle Brotzman Career Jake Johnston 4 24 Made Kyle Brotzman Career 4 2 Jake Johnston 1 Attempts Kyle Brotzman Career 4 3 Jake Johnston 1 PUNT RETURNS Total Yards Chris Potter Career Kyle Wilson Long Chris Potter 2 32 Kyle Wilson Career Returns Chris Potter Career 4 4 Kyle Wilson Career 6 5 Career 4 KICK RETURNS Total Yards Jeremy Avery Career 51 Mitch Burroughs 7 17 D.J. Harper 6 Doug Martin Kyle Wilson Long Jeremy Avery Career 42 Mitch Burroughs 4 14 D.J. Harper 1 Kyle Wilson Career

22 Chris Petersen Record at Boise State: 41-4 Overall Record: 41-4 UC Davis, 1988 Bachelor s in psychology Coaching Experience Boise State Head Coach Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Oregon Wide Receivers UC Davis, 1990 Master s in educational psychology The awards and accolades keep accumulating for Boise State head football coach Chris Petersen. After guiding the 2008 Broncos to a 12-1 overall record, a league championship and an appearance in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, Petersen was named the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year by a vote of his peers in early December. In addition, it was announced in December that Petersen had been named a 2008 finalist for the Paul Bear Bryant Coach of the Year honor. Petersen is one of eight head coaches from the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly I-A) who were finalists for the award, which is considered college football s top coaching honor. Petersen was named the 2006 winner of the Bryant award after leading the Broncos to an undefeated season of 13-0 and their now-famous overtime victory over the University of Oklahoma in the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In addition to the Bryant Award, Petersen was also named a finalist for the Liberty Mutual and Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year awards in Petersen, who has a career record of 41-4 for a.911 winning percentage, guided last year s Boise State team to its third undefeated regular season in five years, its sixth WAC championship in seven seasons, and finished the season with a No. 11 ranking by the Associated Press. The Broncos also fell just two points short of completing their second undefeated season in three years, with a loss to No. 11 TCU in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. In his three seasons at Boise State, Coach Pete has clearly established himself as one of the top young football coaches in the country, leading the Broncos to a bowl game and a consistent presence in the national rankings each of those years. Under Petersen, Boise State has compiled an impressive 23-1 record in the WAC with a league championship in 2006 and 2008 and a runner-up finish in 07. Considered one of the most innovative offensive minds in the college coaching ranks, Petersen has guided an offense that continues to be among the nation s best. At the end of the 2008 regular season, Boise State ranked 11th in passing efficiency, tied for 12th in scoring offense (37.62 points per game), 13th in passing offense ( yards per game) and 18th in total offense ( ypg) among the nation s 119 Football Bowl Subdivision teams. The 08 Bronco defense fared even better in the national 1992 Pittsburgh Quarterbacks r a n k i n g s. Boise State UC Davis was ranked Receivers second in Head Freshman Coach pass defense e f f i c i e n c y, Bowl Experience third in 1995 Cotton Bowl s c o r i n g 1997 Las Vegas Bowl d e f e n s e 1998 Aloha Bowl (12.62 points 1999 Sun Bowl per game), 2000 Holiday Bowl 20th in total 2002 Crucial.com Humanitarian Bowl d e f e n s e 2003 PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl ( AutoZone Liberty Bowl yards per 2005 MPC Computers Bowl game), 22nd 2006 (2007) Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in rushing 2007 Sheraton Hawai i Bowl d e f e n s e 2008 San Diego County Credit Union ( yards Poinsettia Bowl per game) and 34th in pass defense ( ypg). The unbeaten Broncos finished their 08 regular season ranked ninth in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, the USA Today coaches poll and the Bowl Championship Series rankings. Boise State s No. 5 ranking at the end of the 2006 season was the highest in school history. As the ninth head coach in the 40-year history of Boise State s football participation at the four-year level, Petersen led the 06 Broncos to their first undefeated season since 1958 (when the school was still a junior college), their first-ever BCS bowl berth, and their fifth straight WAC title. Honors and national rankings are nothing new to Petersen. In the history of college football, only one coach since 1900 won 13 games in his first season at the helm of an FBS team. That coach was Petersen in In addition to winning the Bryant award that year, Petersen was a finalist for the 06 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year award, a semifinalist for the George Munger Coach of the Year award, and was named the Region 4 Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association. As Boise State s offensive coordinator from , he was twice (2002 and 2004) a finalist for the Broyles Award, which honors the nation s top assistant football coach. During Petersen s stint as offensive coordinator, Boise Portland State Quarterbacks

23 State featured one of the most potent offenses in the country, averaging 41.3 points per game while also finishing as the nation s top scoring team twice (2002 and 2003). The Broncos also finished second (2004), eighth (2005) and 18th (2001) in the nation in scoring while Petersen was running the Broncos offense. During Petersen s five seasons as offensive coordinator, BSU finished in the top 15 in total offense four times, including three top10 finishes first in 2002, fourth in 2004, and seventh in The Broncos also had four top 20 finishes in passing during that time, including a high ranking of fifth in BSU also ranked in the top 25 in the country in rushing in three of the last four seasons that Petersen coached the offense, including 14th in 2004 and 15th in Several players have excelled individually under Petersen in his three years as head coach; the most recent example is freshman quarterback Kellen Moore in Moore, who was named 2008 WAC Freshman of the Year, finished the season ranked 12th in the nation in passing efficiency and 24th in total offense. In the WAC he was second in passing ( yards per game) and total offense ( ypg). In Petersen s three years as head coach, 17 of his players were named first-team All-WAC and 15 others were selected second-team all-conference. In 2008 the Broncos placed lineman Andrew Woodruff and wide receiver Jeremy Childs on WAC first-team offense and defensive end Ryan Winterswyk, cornerback Kyle Wilson and safety/linebacker Ellis Powers on the first-team defense. Players who earned second-team recognition were Moore, wide receiver Austin Pettis, running back Ian Johnson, defensive end Mike T. Williams, safety Jeron Johnson and Wilson (as a punt returner). In 2008 Boise State tied for the highest-scoring offense in the WAC, averaging 37.6 points per game. The Broncos were also second in the league in passing (288.5 yards per game) and total offense ( ypg). On defense the Broncos led the league in several categories: fewest points allowed per game (12.6), fewest yards allowed per game (308.2), best pass defense efficiency and lowest opponents fourth-down conversion rate (27.8 percent). The Broncos also led the WAC in punting (39.6 net yards per kick). Given Petersen s ability to develop quarterbacks, the future bodes well for Moore. As BSU s offensive coordinator and then as its head coach, Coach Pete was instrumental in the development of quarterbacks Ryan Dinwiddie and Jared Zabransky, who are among the most successful collegiate signal callers in recent years. Dinwiddie, who guided the Bronco offense from , finished as the NCAA career passing efficiency leader with a rating of Dinwiddie had a career-best rating in 2002 that would have set an NCAA single-season record if he played in one more game. (He missed four complete games and parts of two other contests because of a leg injury.) He also had a rating in 2001 and a rating in 2003, both good enough for fourth in the country. With Petersen as his quarterback coach, as well as the team s offensive coordinator, Dinwiddie led the Broncos to a 28-6 record as a starter. After Dinwiddie left, Petersen helped groom Zabransky into one of the nation s most successful quarterbacks from Zabransky led Boise State to three straight league titles, two undefeated regular seasons, and a 32-5 record in his three years as a starter, including a 23-1 record in WAC games. Offensive tackle Ryan Clady also excelled under Petersen. A consensus All-American in 2007, Clady decided to skip his senior year of college and make himself eligible for the 2008 NFL draft. In April he became the first Bronco ever selected in the first round, going to Denver as the 12th overall selection. In 2006, Petersen s first season as head coach, Clady earned second-team All-America recognition from SI.com while Ian Johnson (first-team SI.com and CBS Sportline; second-team Sporting News; and third-team Associated Press) and linebacker Korey Hall (second-team Sporting News) also earned All-America honors that year. In his five seasons as offensive coordinator, Petersen had two players earn All-America honors running back Brock Forsey in 2002 and offensive tackle Daryn Colledge in He also helped 12 Broncos earn first-team All-WAC honors, while two (Dinwiddie in 2003 and Forsey in 2002) were named WAC Offensive Player of the Year. Petersen came to Boise State as Dan Hawkins offensive coordinator following the 2000 season from the University of Oregon, where he was the wide receivers coach. He joined the Oregon staff in 1995 and immediately helped contribute to a passing attack that ranked among the nation s elite each of the six seasons he was an assistant. Twice during Petersen s tenure at Oregon, the Duck offense broke the school record for single-season passing yards, and three times in the same time period the team broke the single-season school record for most touchdowns. Prior to working at Oregon, Petersen served as the quarterbacks coach at Portland State from , helping the Vikings advance to the NCAA Division II playoffs both seasons. In 1992 Petersen was the quarterbacks coach at the University of Pittsburgh. That season the Panthers established a school record for passing yards and ranked eighth nationally in total offense and passing. In addition, he contributed to the development of first-team All-Big East Conference quarterback Alex Van Pelt, who eclipsed the school s passing yardage totals previously held by Dan Marino. Petersen s success as a coach can be linked to his record-setting career as a quarterback at the University of California, Davis. As a senior with the Aggies, he was named the Northern California Athletic Conference Player of the Year and was the top-rated Division II quarterback in the nation. Petersen received second-team Kodak Division II All-America honors and still holds the Division II record for career pass completions at 69.6 percent. Petersen was inducted into the UC Davis Athletic Hall of Fame in After receiving his bachelor s degree in psychology from UC Davis in 1988, Petersen started his coaching career at his alma mater, serving as UC Davis head freshman coach in and the receivers coach from Petersen holds a master s degree in educational psychology from UC Davis. He and his wife, Barbara, are the parents of two sons, Jack (13) and Sam (10). 23

24 Single Game TOTAL OFFENSE Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Ryan Dinwiddie vs. SMU Jim McMillan vs. UNLV Bart Hendricks vs. Utah State Bart Hendricks 2000 vs. New Mexico State Greg Stern vs. Montana State Jim McMillan vs. Montana Bart Hendricks vs. Idaho Kellen Moore vs. Nevada Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Tulsa Jim McMillan vs. Montana State Tony Hilde vs. Montana Greg Stern vs. UNLV Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Fresno State Tony Hilde vs. Eastern Washington ,399 Ryan Dinwiddie ,633 Bart Hendricks ,456 Kellen Moore ,408 Taylor Tharp ,253 Jared Zabransky ,140 Ryan Dinwiddie ,103 Bart Hendricks ,101 Jim McMillan ,031 Tony Hilde ,854 Jared Zabransky ,854 Tony Hilde 1996 Career 1. 10,138 Tony Hilde ,039 Bart Hendricks ,984 Ryan Dinwiddie ,119 Jared Zabransky ,115 Jim McMillan ,225 Hazsen Choates ,851 Kellen Moore 2008-pr 8. 4,508 Cedric Minter ,471 Mike Virden ,431 Eric Guthrie Single Game PASSING YARDS Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Ryan Dinwiddie vs. SMU Jim McMillan vs. UNLV Kellen Moore vs. Nevada Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Fresno State Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Tulsa Bart Hendricks vs. Idaho Jim McMillan vs. Montana Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Jared Zabransky vs. UTEP Tony Hilde vs. Montana Kellen Moore vs. Oregon Greg Stern vs. UNLV Duane Halliday vs. Nevada Bart Hendricks vs. Utah State ,356 Ryan Dinwiddie ,486 Kellen Moore ,364 Bart Hendricks ,340 Taylor Tharp ,043 Ryan Dinwiddie ,927 Jared Zabransky ,900 Jim McMillan ,787 Tony Hilde ,746 Bart Hendricks Jared Zabansky 2006 Career 1. 9,819 Ryan Dinwiddie ,107 Tony Hilde ,020 Bart Hendricks ,256 Jared Zabransky ,508 Jim McMillan ,890 Kellen Moore 2008-pr 7. 4,524 Hazsen Choates ,294 Mike Virden ,204 Eric Guthrie ,699 Taylor Tharp Single Game PASS ATTEMPTS Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Travis Stuart vs. Montana Keith Jarrett vs. Oregon State Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Jeff Mladenich vs. Idaho Kellen Moore vs. Nevada Bart Hendricks vs. Idaho Taylor Tharp vs. Washington Vince Alcalde vs. Weber State Eric Guthrie vs. Weber State Ryan Dinwiddie Taylor Tharp Kellen Moore Travis Stuart Bart Hendricks Bart Hendricks Tony Hilde Jared Zabransky Tony Hilde Eric Guthrie 1971 Career 1. 1,181 Tony Hilde ,142 Bart Hendricks Ryan Dinwiddie Jared Zabransky Eric Guthrie Jim McMillan Mike Virden Hazsen Choates Kellen Moore 2008-pr Gerald DesPres Single Game PASS COMPLETIONS Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Kellen Moore vs. Hawai i Travis Stuart vs. Weber State Kellen Moore vs. Southern Miss Taylor Tharp vs. Washington Ryan Dinwiddie vs. La. Tech Jeff Mladenich vs. Idaho Jim McMillan vs. Idaho Kellen Moore vs. Nevada Jim McMillan vs. UNLV Taylor Tharp Kellen Moore Ryan Dinwiddie Bart Hendricks Jared Zabransky Bart Hendricks Jared Zabransky Ryan Dinwiddie Jim McMillan Jared Zabransky 2006 Career Bart Hendricks Tony Hilde Ryan Dinwiddie Jared Zabransky Kellen Moore 2008-pr Jim McMillan Mike Virden Taylor Tharp Hazsen Choates Gerald DesPres PASS PERCENTAGE Single Game (Minimum 15 Attempts) (21-23) Jared Zabransky vs. Utah State (26-29) Taylor Tharp vs. Utah State (19-22) Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Fresno State (20-24) Joe Aliotti vs. Idaho (19-23) Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Rice (17-21) Kellen Moore at Bowling Green (28-35) Taylor Tharp vs. San Jose State (12-15) Greg Stern vs. Augustana (18-23) Kellen Moore vs. Bowling Green (18-23) Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Idaho (18-23) Jim McMillan vs. Idaho State (21-27) Mike Virden vs. Idaho State (14-18) Joe Aliotti vs. Northern Arizona (13-17) Hazsen Choates vs. CP-SLO (16-21) Ryan Dinwiddie vs. Idaho

25 TOUCHDOWN PASSES Bart Hendricks Jim McMillan Ryan Dinwiddie Taylor Tharp Ryan Dinwiddie Tony Hilde Kellen Moore Jared Zabransky Bart Hendricks Tony Hilde 1996 Career Ryan Dinwiddie Bart Hendricks Tony Hilde Jared Zabransky Jim McMillan Kellen Moore 2008-pr Hazsen Choates Ron Autele 1970/ Eric Guthrie Taylor Tharp Joe Aliotti PASSING EFFICIENCY Ryan Dinwiddie Bart Hendricks Ryan Dinwiddie Ryan Dinwiddie Jared Zabransky Joe Aliotti Jim McMillan Kellen Moore Taylor Tharp Greg Stern 1975 CAREER 200+ YARDS PASSING GAMES Bart Hendricks Tony Hilde Ryan Dinwidde Jared Zabransky Kellen Moore 2008-pr Jim McMillan Mike Virden Taylor Tharp Eric Guthrie Vince Alcalde Hazsen Choates CAREER 300+ YARDS PASSING GAMES Ryan Dinwiddie Bart Hendricks Jim McMillan Tony Hilde Kellen Moore Jared Zabransky Taylor Tharp Boise State Football 3 Vince Alcalde Greg Stern Joe Aliotti Travis Stuart CAREER 400+ YARDS PASSING GAMES 1. 4 Ryan Dinwiddie Jim McMillan Kellen Moore Bart Hendricks YARDS PER CARRY Single Game (Minimum 10 Attempts) (11-190) (11-156) Jeremy Avery at Fresno 25 State (12-150) John Smith 2009 Jeremy Avery vs. Idaho 2008 vs. Cal Poly SLO (10-123) Jared Zabransky vs. Hawai i (11-134) Fred Goode vs. Cal State Fullerton (15-177) John Smith vs. Nevada (16-179) Chris Jackson vs. Delaware State (11-123) Ron Autele vs. Montana (15-167) Brock Forsey vs. Northern Iowa (22-240) Ian Johnson vs. Oregon State (10-108) David Mikell vs. Idaho (10-105) Jeremy Avery vs. Weber State (25-261) Cedric Minter vs. Northern Michigan (10-104) John Smith vs. Weber State (13-135) John Smith vs. Montana 1973 (Minimum 75 Attempts) (87-572) John Smith ( ) Jeremy Avery (80-510) John Smith ( ) Chris Jackson ( ) Cedric Minter ( ) Ian Johnson (94-575) David Hughes ( ) Fred Goode ( ) Cedric Minter (87-514) John Smith 1975 LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE Jared Zabransky vs. Hawai i K.C. Adams vs. Northern Arizona David Mikell vs. Idaho Bart Hendricks vs. UTEP Gavin Reed vs. Utah State Chris Jackson vs. Delaware State Greg Harrison vs. Montana Cedric Minter vs. Northern Mich David Mikell vs. TCU Eron Hurley vs. Idaho John Smith vs. Cal Poly-SLO Jeremy Avery at Fresno State Bart Hendricks vs. La. Tech Ian Johnson vs. Nevada Jeremy Avery at Bowling Green Cedric Minter vs. Idaho State Ian Johnson vs. Fresno State = Scoring Play TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Single Game 1. 4 Rodney Smith vs. New Mexico State John Smith vs. Montana Don Hutt vs. Montana State Jeremy Childs vs. New Mexico State Austin Pettis vs. Idaho Billy Wingfield vs. Rice Jeb Putzier vs. Tulsa Jeb Putzier vs. San Jose State Ryan Ikebe vs. New Mexico State Ryan Ikebe vs. Idaho Eric Andrade vs. Eastern Washington Eric Andrade vs. Weber State Ricky Hill vs. Weber State Mike Holton vs. Idaho Mike Holton vs. UC Davis Terry Hutt vs. Montana State Don Hutt vs. South Dakota Mike Holton Jeb Putzier Rodney Smith Ryan Ikebe John Smith John Smith Austin Pettis 2008 Single Game 9 Jeremy Childs Rodney Smith Ryan Ikebe Eric Andrade Don Hutt 1972 ALL-PURPOSE OFFENSE Brock Forsey vs. Northern Iowa David Mikell vs. Idaho Tim Gilligan vs. BYU Brock Forsey vs. Tulsa Brock Forsey vs. Louisville Jeremy Avery at Fresno State Tim Gilligan vs. La. Tech Chris Thomas vs. Idaho Winky White vs. Nevada Ian Johnson vs. Oregon State Brock Forsey vs. Central Michigan Winky White vs. Long Beach St Cedric Minter vs. Northern Michigan Chris Thomas vs. Weber State K.C. Adams vs. Cal St.-Northridge 1994

26 Single Game INTERCEPTIONS 1. 4 Steve Forrey vs. Idaho State Brandyn Thompson vs. Hawaii Korey Hall vs. Oregon State Chris Carr vs. Nevada Jason Payne vs. Weber State Frank Robinson vs. N. Iowa Greg Frederick vs. UC Davis Ken Johnson vs. Hiram Scott Steve Forrey vs. Whitworth 1968 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN Tasi Autele vs. Montana Marty Tadman vs. La. Tech Andy Avalos vs. Louisville Rashid Gayle vs. Nevada Jimmy Clark vs. Portland State Shaunard Harts vs. Louisville Ross Farris vs. New Mexico State Rick Woods vs. Jackson State Joe Larkin vs. UNLV Jeff Caves vs. Montana State Joe Larkin vs. Northern Arizona Dempsy Dees vs. UCLA Joe Larkin vs. Central Washington Cam Hall vs. Nevada Byron Hout vs. TCU 2008 PUNT AVERAGE Single Game (Minimum 5 Punts) (7-351) Kyle Stringer vs. Wyoming Kyle Brotzman 2008 (5-250) vs. San Jose State (5-249) Eric Guthrie vs. Idaho State (5-246) Gary Gorrell vs. Utah State (5-245) Tom Spadafore vs. Idaho State (5-241) Tom Spadafore vs. Idaho State (5-239) Dennis Baird vs.hiram Scott (5-238) Mike Black vs. Nevada (8-380) Ron Talbot vs. Utah State (6-285) Tom Spadafore vs. Cal State- Fullerton 1980 (Minimum 25 Punts) (37- Kyle Brotzman ) ( ) Kyle Stringer ( ) Kyle Stringer ( ) Jeff Edwards ( ) Jeff Edwards ( ) Tom Spadafore ( ) Gary Gorrell ( ) Kyle Stringer ( ) Dennis Baird ( ) Danny Weeks ( ) Ron Talbot 1982 POINTS Brock Forsey Ian Johnson Tyler Jones Tyler Jones Kyle Brotzman Nick Calaycay Ian Johnson Chris Jackson John Smith John Smith Kyle Brotzman Anthony Montgomery Nick Calaycay Brock Forsey Brock Forsey 2000 Career Brock Forsey Ian Johnson Nick Calaycay Tyler Jones Mike Black Cedric Minter Kyle Brotzman 2007-pr John Smith David Mikell Eric Guthrie Greg Erickson Chris Thomas Todd Belcastro Kenrick Camerud Don Hutt Single Game FIELD GOALS 1. 5 Roberto Moran vs. Idaho State Eric Guthrie vs. Northern Arizona Kyle Brotzman vs. Nevada Tyler Jones vs. Fresno State Tyler Jones vs. Oregon State Nick Calaycay vs. Fresno State Nick Calaycay vs. Utah State Nick Calaycay vs. Utah Roberto Moran vs. Idaho Tony Massagli vs Eastern Washington 4 Kenrick Camerud vs. Weber State Kenrick Camerud vs Northwestern State (La.) 4 Tom Sarette vs. Long Beach State Tyler Jones Mike Dodd Tyler Jones Roberto Moran Kyle Brotzman Mark Jensen 1982 Career Mike Black Tyler Jones Nick Calaycay Greg Erickson Kyle Brotzman 2007-pr Roberto Moran POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN Tyler Jones Tyler Jones Kyle Brotzman Nick Calaycay Anthony Montgomery Anthony Montgomery Nick Calaycay Kyle Brotzman Nick Calaycay Gary Stivers 1969 Career Nick Calaycay Tyler Jones Kyle Brotzman 2007-pr Anthony Montgomery Mike Black Consecutive Points After Touchdown Kyle Brotzman Tyler Jones Todd Belcastro Anthony Montgomery Roberto Moran

27 COMPARING BOISE STATE AND TULSA TEAM STATISTICS BSU WAC FBS hawai i WAC FBS Rushing Offense Passing Offense (YPG) Total Offense Scoring Offense Rushing Defense Pass Efficiency Defense Total Defense Scoring Defense Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Turnover Margin.50 4 T Pass Defense Passing Efficiency Sacks T-92 Tackles for Loss T-110 Sacks Allowed T-110 Stat Conf. FBS Rushing PG Jeremy Avery, BSU Leon Wright Jackson, Hawai i Stat Conf. FBS Punt Returns Kyle Wilson, BSU Ryan Henry, Hawai i Passing Efficiency Kellen Moore, BSU Greg Alexander, Hawai i Total Offense Kellen Moore, BSU Greg Alexander, Hawai i Receptions PG Austin Pettis, BSU T-48, BSU 5.17 T-5 T-51 Greg Salas, Hawai i T-18 Kealoha Pilares, Hawai i T-21 Rodney Bradley, Hawai i 5.17 T-5 T-51 Receiving Yards PG Austin Pettis, BSU , BSU Greg Salas, Hawai i Rodney Bradley, Hawai i Kealoha Pilares, Hawai i T-77 Interceptions Jeron Johnson, BSU.33 T-5 T-56 Aaron Tevis, BSU.33 T-5 T-56 Mana Silva, Hawai i.50 T-1 T-15 Punts Kickoff Returns, BSU Jovonte Taylor, Hawai i Field Goals PG Kyle Brotzman, BSU 1.17 T-3 T-47 Scott Enos, Hawai i T-32 Scoring PG Austin Pettis, BSU T-46, BSU 7.00 T-5 T-65 Kyle Brotzman, BSU 6.83 T-8 T-90 Scott Enos, Hawai i All-Purpose, BSU Greg Salas, Hawai i Sacks Ryan Winterswyk, BSU.83 T-1 T-27 Corey Paredes, Hawai i.50 T-6 T-78 Tackles Blaze Soares, Hawai i 8.00 T-6 T-84 Spencer Smith, Hawai i 8.00 T-6 T-84 Tackles for Loss Ryan Winterswyk, BSU 1.33 T-2 T-30 Billy Winn, BSU 1.08 T-4 T-79 Corey Paredes, Hawai i.67 T-14-27

28 Last Week for the Broncos... No. 5/6 Boise State 28, Tulsa 21 October 14, H.A. Champman Stadium - Tulsa, Okla. TULSA, Okla. (AP) -Kellen Moore threw two short touchdown passes to Tommy Gallarda, and No. 5 Boise State survived a late scare from Tulsa to escape with a victory Wednesday night in one of the last road tests standing between the undefeated Broncos and the BCS. With Boise State (6-0) trailing for the first time all season, Moore was perfect on two scoring drives to put the Broncos ahead to stay. Tulsa (4-2) got within in the fourth quarter when G.J. Kinne and Slick Shelley connected on consecutive passes for 91 yards, including a 55-yarder for a touchdown. The Golden Hurricane had one last chance to tie it in the final 2 minutes, but Boise State forced its fourth three-and-out of the second half to ice the game. Moore finished with 187 yards passing and three touchdown passes. Doug Martin had 112 yards on 23 carries in his second 100-yard game since moving back to offense after the Broncos lost running back D.J. Harper to a knee injury. Jeremy Avery added 73 yards as Boise State trampled Tulsa on the ground in the third quarter and then held on for the win. Except for the two long connections between Kinne and Shelley, Boise State s defense limited the Golden Hurricane - who led the nation in total offense each of the last two seasons - to 30 yards in the second half. Kinne missed a wide-open Charles Clay on fourth-and-6 to end Tulsa s last possession, as he rolled out of the pocket to the left. He finished with 154 yards on 14-for-27 passing. ``Our O-line got going pretty well and it would have been nice to punch it in down there for some breathing room, Boise State coach Chris Petersen said. ``If our O-line is doing what they need to do we can make some plays. Tulsa represented one of the few challenges remaining on Boise State s schedule as the Broncos move into Western Athletic Conference play. The rest of the teams on their schedule have a combined record, and in-state rival Idaho (5-1) is the only one with a winning mark. Petersen wouldn t look far down the schedule. ``Next week is a new challenge, he said. ``We ll reload and go then. The Golden Hurricane - playing in front of a sellout crowd of 30,000 - jumped on top early, capitalizing on a muffed punt by cornerback Kyle Wilson with some trickery on the very next play. Kinne pitched the ball to A.J. Whitmore, the Golden Hurricane s usual wildcat quarterback, and he found speedy receiver Damaris Johnson behind the defense for a 53-yard touchdown pass. It was the first time Boise State had trailed this season, and Moore immediately led a 68-yard scoring drive the opposite way. He hit all three of his passes for 45 yards and converted a fourth-and-1 at the 10-yard line with a sneak to set up his 8-yard scoring toss to Gallarda. He went 6 for 6 for 62 yards on the Broncos next drive, answering Kinne s 15-yard scoring pass to Trae Johnson with a 17-yard TD connection to Austin Pettis. It was Pettis sixth straight game with a touchdown. Gallarda caught a 2-yard touchdown pass from Moore in the third quarter. SCORING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOTALS No. 5/6 Boise State Tulsa Scoring Summary Tulsa 1st, 8:25 Damarias Johnson 53-yard pass from A.J. Whitmore (Fitzpatrick kick), 0-7 BSU 1st, 4:00 Tommy Gallarda 8-yard pass from Kellen Moore (Kyle Efaw pass from Austin Pettis) 8-7 Tulsa 1st, 0:16 Trae Johnson 15-yard pass from G.J. Kinne (Fitzpatrick kick), 8-14 BSU 2nd, 11:03 Austin Pettis 17-yard pass from Kellen Moore (Brotzman kick), BSU 2nd, 0:36 Kyle Brotzman 27-yard field goal, BSU 3rd, 9:44 Tommy Gallarda 2-yard pass from Kellen Moore (Brotzman kick), BSU 3rd, 2:54 Kyle Brotzman 18-yard field goal, Tulsa 4th, 9:29 Slick Shelley 55-yard pass from G.J. Kinne (Fitzpatrick kick), Team Statistics Boise State Tulsa First Downs Rushing (Carries-Yards) Passing Yards Passes (Cmp-Att-Int) Total Yards Total Plays Average Yards Per Play Punting (No-Yards) Punt Returns (No-Yards) Kickoff Returns (No-Yards) Fumbles-Lost Penalties (No-Yards) Third Down Conversions 5/15 2/12 Time of Possession 35:07 24:53 Attendance: 30,000

29 Boise State had 367 total yards, 111 on the ground by its corps of three tailbacks. Last Time Against the Warriors... Boise State 27, Hawai i 7 October 17, Bronco Stadium - Boise, Idaho BOISE, Idaho (AP) -Kellen Moore threw three touchdown passes and cornerback Brandyn Thompson had three interceptions to lead No. 15 Boise State to a 27-7 victory over Hawai i. The Broncos (6-0, 2-0 Western Athletic Conference) intercepted Hawaii s Inoke Funaki five times, turning three of them into 17 second-half points that put the game away. The Broncos smothering defense pressured Funaki all night, sacking him five times and holding the Warriors (3-4, 2-2) to just 288 total yards. Moore finished 25-of-34 for 256 yards. The left-hander s three touchdown passes gave him 16 on the season and 11 over the last four games. The victory was Boise State s 17th straight at home and avenged a bitter loss to the Warriors last year that cost them the WAC title. The Broncos took control in the third quarter when Thompson and safety Jeron Johnson intercepted Funaki on Hawaii s first two possessions, both times returning the ball into Boise State territory. The turnovers shifted momentum in a game that the Broncos led 10-7 at halftime and was statistically even. On Hawaii s opening possession in the third quarter, Thompson stepped in front of an errant throw by Funaki and returned it to the Warriors 46-yard line. The Broncos scored six plays later when Moore tossed a 12-yard pass to Julian Hawkins to make it After the kickoff, Funaki, under pressure, overthrew his target and the pass was picked off by Johnson, who returned it to the Warriors 41. Moore, a redshirt freshman, wasted little time making the Warriors pay when he capped a six-play drive by throwing a 16-yard pass to Austin Pettis that put Boise State ahead Early in the fourth quarter, Thompson again picked off Funaki at the Warriors 31. The Broncos offense sputtered, but Kyle Brotzman kicked a 43- yard field goal. Hawaii, which has never won in Boise, scored in the second quarter after Boise State tight end Kyle Efaw coughed up the ball at the Warriors 46. Five plays later, Daniel Libre scored on a 3-yard run to make it SCORING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOTALS Tulsa Boise State Scoring Summary BSU 1st, 1:45 Kyle Brotzman, 31-yard field goal BSU 2nd, 9:42 Richie Brockel, 2-yard pass from Kellen Moore (Brotzman kick) UH 2nd, 5:33 D. Libre, 3-yard run (Dan Kelly kick) BSU 3rd, 11:37 Julian Hawkins, 12-yard pass from Moore (Brotzman kick) BSU 3rd, 7:49 Austin Pettis, 16-yard pass from Moore (Brotzman kick) BSU 4th, 13:32 Brotzman, 43-yard field goal 29 Team Statistics Boise State Hawai i First Downs Rushing (Carries-Yards) Passing Yards Passes (Cmp-Att-Int) Total Yards Total Plays Average Yards Per Play Punting (No-Yards) Punt Returns (No-Yards) Kickoff Returns (No-Yards) Fumbles-Lost Penalties (No-Yards) Third Down Conversions 6/15 6/15 Time of Possession 27:41 32:19 Attendance: 32,342

30 BCS Standings (Through Oct. 18, 2009) The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame, Inc. 433 East Las Colinas Blvd., Ste Irving, TX BCS Average BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STANDINGS (Games through Oct. 18, 2009) Previous Week Rank Points % Rank Points % Avg. Computer Rank Anderson & Hester Billingsley Colley Matrix Massey Sagarin Wolfe % 1. Florida (6-0).9886 N/A Alabama (7-0).9526 N/A Texas (6-0).8911 N/A Boise State (6-0).8083 N/A Cincinnati (6-0).7870 N/A Iowa (7-0).7869 N/A USC (5-1).7695 N/A Texas Christian (6-0).7139 N/A LSU (5-1).7083 N/A Miami (Fla.) (5-1).6273 N/A Oregon (5-1).5849 N/A Georgia Tech (6-1).5702 N/A Penn State (6-1).4982 N/A Virginia Tech (5-2).4947 N/A Oklahoma State (5-1).4043 N/A Brigham Young (6-1).2986 N/A Houston (5-1).2660 N/A Utah (5-1).2511 N/A Ohio State (5-2).2216 N/A Pittsburgh (6-1).2012 N/A Wisconsin (5-2).1180 N/A Arizona (4-2).1138 N/A West Virginia (5-1).1113 N/A South Carolina (5-2).1040 N/A Kansas (5-1).0973 N/A POLL EXPLANATION & ABOUT THE BCS: Harris Interactive USA Today FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 18, 2009 CONTACTS: Mike Finn, Associate Commissioner, Atlantic Coast Conference Matthew Sign, Chief Operating Officer, The National Football Foundation Computer Rankings The Harris Interactive Poll, USA Today Coaches Poll and computer rankings each comprise one-third of the BCS Standings. To derive the three percentages, each team is assigned an inverse point total (25 for No. 1, 24 for No. 2, etc.) The two poll percentages are calculated by dividing each team s point total by a maximum 2850 possible points (Harris) and 1475 possible points (USA Today). The computer rankings percentage is calculated by dropping the highest and lowest ranking for each team and then dividing the remaining total by 100 (the maximum possible points). The BCS Average is calculated by averaging the percentage totals of the Harris Interactive Poll, USA Today Poll, and computer rankings. The teams BCS Averages are ranked to produce the BCS Standings. The six computer ranking providers are Anderson & Hester, Richard Billingsley, Colley Matrix, Kenneth Massey, Jeff Sagarin and Peter Wolfe. Each computer ranking provider accounts for schedule strength within its formula. The BCS is a five-game arrangement for post-season college football that is managed by the 11 Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A) conferences and institutions. Its purpose is to match the top two teams a bowl game and to create exciting matchups in four other games. The No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the Dec. 6 BCS standings will play in the Citi BCS National Championship on Jan. 7, 2010 in Pasadena, Calif. The winner of the game will be presented the Coaches Trophy, emblematic of the national championship. For more information, visit

31 Boise State Depth Chart vs. Hawai i: Offense Z - 2 Austin Pettis Jr. 20 Mitch Burroughs Fr. X Jr. 3 Chris Potter Fr. or 18 Aaron Burks Fr. H - 89 Tyler Shoemaker So. 34 Kirby Moore Fr. LT - 73 Nate Potter So. 72 Matt Slater Jr. LG - 59 Will Lawrence Jr. 61 Joe Kellogg Fr. C - 66 Thomas Byrd So. 79 Bronson Durrant Fr. RG - 62 Kevin Sapien Jr. 64 Brenel Myers Fr. RT - 57 Garrett Pendergast So. 54 Michael Ames Fr. TE - 85 Tommy Gallarda Jr. 80 Kyle Efaw So. QB - 11 Kellen Moore So. 7 Michael Coughlin Jr. 15 Joe Southwick Fr. RB - 27 Jeremy Avery Jr. 22 Doug Martin So. FB - 40 Richie Brockel Sr. 47 Dan Paul So. Specialists PK - 35 Kyle Brotzman Jr. 84 Jimmy Pavel Fr. KO - 35 Kyle Brotzman Jr. 84 Jimmy Pavel Fr. HD - 2 Austin Pettis Jr. 46 Michael Choate Sr. P - 35 Kyle Brotzman Jr. 49 Brad Elkin Jr. SNP - 44 Chris Roberson Fr. 51 James Crawford Fr. KR Jr. 22 Doug Martin So. PR - 1 Kyle Wilson Sr. 3 Chris Potter Fr. Defense E - 98 Ryan Winterswyk Jr. 94 Byron Hout So. T - 90 Billy Winn So. 95 Darren Koontz Fr. 99 Michael Atkinson Fr. N - 97 Chase Baker So. 50 J.P. Nisby So. SE - 92 Shea McClellin So. 96 Jarrell Root So. MIKE-45 Daron Mackey Jr. 52 Derrell Acrey Jr. or 25 Hunter White So. WILL- 36 Aaron Tevis So. or 48 J.C. Percy Fr. 25 Hunter White So. S 23 Jeron Johnson Jr. 30 Travis Stanaway So. S 8 George Iloka So. 16 Cedric Febis So. N 17 Winston Venable Jr. 5 Jason Robinson Jr. CB 1 Kyle Wilson Sr. 14 Garcia Day Sr. or 31 Antwon Murray So. CB 13 Brandyn Thompson Jr. 10 Jerrell Gavins So.

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