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1 WESTERN MICHIAN UNIVERSITY BRONCO FOOTBALL 12 ALL-AMERICANS 2 MAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2 MAC WEST DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 BOWL APPEARANCES AME 1 THE AME Western Michigan opens its 2nd season with a ranked oppnent for the fi fth time in program history. West Virginia is ranked third in the Associated Press preseason poll, while the Mountaineers are in the sixth spot on the USA Today/Coaches preseason poll. TELEVISION The Bronco football program continues to gain regional and national notoriety through television exposre. Western Michigan is scheduled to play on live television at least fi ve times this season. WMU opens with its fi rst two games on the ESPN family of networks with its West Virginia game airing on ESPN+ and its home opener available on ESPNU. The WVU game will also air live in the Kalamazoo market on CW7. The game will be called by John Sanders and Renee Nadeau will have analysis. RADIO This and all Western Michigan football games will be broadcast live on the Bronco Radio Network and its new fl agship station, WZUU FM. Robin Hook (play-by-play) and Monty Porter (analysis) will have the call as they have together for the past nine seasons. A national audience will also have a chance to hear Bronco football as all Big East games will air this season on XM Satellite Radio (Channel 3). WEB SITE WMU home football games (not televised by the ESPN family of networks) can be seen live via the offi cial athletics web site (www.wmubroncos.com) by subscribing to Bronco Insider, which can be found on the home page of the site. You are able 07 INTERNATIONAL BOWL WESTERN MICHIAN UNIVERSITY BRONCOS (0-0) AT NO. 3/6 WEST VIRINIA UNIVERSITY MOUNTAINEERS (0-0) Sept. 1, 07 Milan Puskar Stadium 3: p.m. WESTERN MICHIAN SCHEDULE/RESULTS Date Opponent Result/Time Media Notes S1 at No. 3 West Virginia 3: p.m. ESPN+ (CW7) Second highest ranked opponent in program history S8 INDIANA 8 p.m. ESPNU Indiana is the fi rst Big Ten team to play in Waldo Stadium S15 at Missouri 2 p.m. Bill Cubit, Chris Tabor and A.J. Ricker have ties to the Tigers S22 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE 7 p.m. CCSU will be the fi rst Division I-AA opponent for WMU since 05 S29 at Toledo * 7 p.m. WMU is winless in the lass Bowl in the last nine games O6 AKRON * 7 p.m. WMU held the Zips to minus 13 yards rushing in 06 O13 at Northern Illinois * 4 p.m. CL The combined points in 06 were fewest since 1992 meeting () O BALL STATE * (HC) 2 p.m. CL WMU suffered its only home loss under Bill Cubit to BSU in 05 O28 EASTERN MICHIAN * 3: p.m. N6 CENTRAL MICHIAN * 7: p.m. ESPN2 This will be the fi rst nationally televised game from Waldo Stadium N17 at Iowa * TBA WMU defeated Iowa in the teams only meeting, 27-21, in 00 N24 TEMPLE * 2 p.m. This is the fi fth time in six meetings that will be played in Kalamazoo D1 MAC Championship TBA ESPN/ESPN2 WMU appeared in two straight time games in 1999 and 00 * Mid-American Conference game HC - Homecoming All game times are ET and, along with dates, are subject to change CL - Comcast Local to listen to each Bronco football game on the Internet by signing up with Yahoo Sports through the link at the bottom of the home page. Live Stats are available for FREE for all Bronco home games by clicking the link atop the home football page. SERIES IN BRIEF Western Michigan and West Virginia will meet on the fi eld for only the second time in program history. The Mountaineers hosted the Broncos on Sept. 7, 1996 and sent WMU back to Kalamazoo with a 34-9 loss. THE COACHES Bill Cubit (Delaware, 1975) begins his third season as the head coach of Western Michigan. He is 15-9 overall at Western Michigan and led the Broncos to their fi rst bowl game since 1988 last season. Rich Rodriguez enters his seventh season at WVU. He holds a record of -24 at his alma mater and has led the Mountaineers to three Big East titles, one outright, and a pair of bowl victories over the pas two seasons. UP NEXT Western Michigan opens its home season with the annual CommUniver- City Night. The game, which will take place at 8 p.m. on Sept. 8, will mark the fi rst time a Big Ten opponent will play at Waldo Stadium. WMU and Indiana will take the fi eld against one another for the second-straight season. The Broncos opened the 06 campaign Memorial Stadium and suffered a 39- loss to the Hoosiers. 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 1 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

2 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES BRONCO QUICK FACTS MEDIA SERVICES SCHOOL INFORMATION Name: Western Michigan University Location: Kalamazoo, Mich. Founded: 1903 Enrollment: 24,481 Nickname: Broncos Mascot: Buster Bronco Colors: Brown & old Affi liation: NCAA DIvsion I-A Conference: Mid-American Conference (West) Home Venue: Waldo Stadium (1939) Surface/Capacity: Field Turf/,0 President (Interim): Dr. Diether Haenicke Director of Athletics: Kathy Beauregard Football Administrator: Monty Porter Senior Associate A.D.: Dave Corstange Faculty Athletic Representative: Fred Sitkins COACHIN INFORMATION Head Coach: Bill Cubit (Delaware, 1975) Record at WMU/D-IA Overall: 15-9/15-9 Football Phone: Assistant Coaches: Bill Miller Defensive Coord./Secondary Tim Daoust Secondary rant Heard Receivers Scott Kavanagh Quarterbacks Peter McCarty Defensive Line Jake Moreland Tight Ends Steve Morrison Linebackers/Recruitng Coord. Bob Stanley Offensive Line Chris Tabor Running Backs/Special Teams Tim Knox Director of Football Operations Matt Ludeman Defensive raduate Asst. A.J. Ricker Offensive raduate Asst. ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Director of Media Relations/FB SID: Mat Kanan Offi ce Phone: Cell Phone: Associate Director: Matt Holmes Assistant Director: Kristin Keirns Media Relations Offi ce: Read Fieldhouse 1903 W. Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, Mich Phone: Fax: Waldo Stadium Press Box Phone: /65 Web Site: Bronco Radio Network: Robin Hook (Play-by-Play) Monty Porter (Analysis) WZUU FM (Flagship) WRCC FM WYVN FM WBCH FM/12 AM WTK - 12 AM WTVB AM PRACTICES Players and coaches are available for interviews after practice, Monday through Thursday. Bill Cubit is available the entire week. Media wishing to conduct interviews should call ahead to the Athletic Media Relations Offi ce (269) and arrive a half-hour before practice ends. Please observe the following rules when attending practices: Photo journalists must shoot from along the sidelines, keeping a safe distance from players Shooting team formations is prohibited Do not record audio from team huddles CREDENTIALS Requests for single game and season media credentials should be directed to the WMU Athletic Media Relations Offi ce. Seating in the Waldo Press Box is limited, priority will be given to media on deadline. PHONE LINES Visiting commercial radio stations will receive a complimentary phone line (269) To order an additional line, contact Dannie Alexander at (269) A number of phones are available in the press box for reporters fi ling stories. Phones can be accessed by using a calling card. The press box phone numbers are (269) and AME DAY Media parking lots are located at the top of Oliver Street hill. Look for the lot number on your parking pass. A complimentary pre-game meal will be served by The Radisson Hotel. Photographers are allowed to shoot along the sidelines (but not in the bench area) and in the end zones. Passes must be worn at all times. Bronco players and coach Bill Cubit will take part in a post-game news conference in the team meeting room after the visiting team is fi nished with its interviews. The WMU locker room is closed to the media at all times. Requested players will be brought outside the locker room for interviews. A post-game statistical package will include an Automated Scorebook statistics print out, quotes and notes. NEWS CONFERENCES Bill Cubit addresses the media at a 11:00 a.m. news conference every Tuesday during the season in a conference room located on the second fl oor of the Radisson Plaza Hotel. MAC CONFERENCE CALL Bill Cubit participates in the Mid-American Conference Teleconference every Monday during the season from 9:-9:38 a.m. To listen in, call (785) A replay of the conference call is available Monday evenings at (2) 5-04 (West Division) or (2) (East Division). RADIO/TELEVISION PRORAMS Cubit appears on Bronco Review, a weekly half-hour television show devoted to Bronco Athletics. Bronco Review is slotted for Thursdays at 7: p.m. on WLLA-TV. The show replays on Saturdays at a.m. Cubit also joins Robin Hook on Bronco Review, every Thursday evening (6-7 p.m.) from Old Burdicks rille. The show airs live on WQSN 1660 AM. WEB SITE The offi cial WMU Athletic Web Site contains information on all 16 varsity sports. Each sport s home page contains the latest news releases, statistics, roster, and schedule. It is necessary to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view the PDF formatted news releases. WHAT S IN A NAME? When referencing Western Michigan, please refer to the school as Western Michigan, WMU or the Broncos. Do not use Western. OPPONENT INFORMATION West Virginia Football SID: Mike Montoro Phone: Web Site: 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 2 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

3 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES ON THE ROAD AAIN Western Michigan opens its 2nd season against West Virginia at Milan Puskar Stadium. It will mark the third time in as many seasons that the Broncos will open a season on the road. WMU last opened a football campaign at home in 04 when Tennessee-Martin visited Waldo Stadium. NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES The Bronco coaching staff underwent signifi cant changes during the offseason, replacing fi ve coaches from its 06 staff. Place Kicker: one is Nate Meyer who had been on the fi eld for nearly all of WMU s fi eld goals, extra points and kick offs over the past two seasons. He scored the third-most points ever by a kicker (84) in 06 and hit a game-winner against Miami. The man left to replace Meyer is senior Mike Jones. He has one fi eld to his credit, a 22-yard make against Temple. He will responsible for all of WMU s placekicking duties. Bill Miller comes to Kalamazoo as the program s new defensive coordinator. Miller was most recently at Arizona State where he served as the DC for the Sun Devils. He has been the defensive coordinator Michigan State and Miami (Fla.). rant Heard comes to WMU as the program s new receivers coach from his alma mater Ole Miss where he was a graduate assistant for the past two seasons. Scott Kavanagh is the Broncos new quarterbacks coach. The former Wisconsin quarterback spent the last three seasons at Cornell where he worked with the Big Red s receivers (04) and quarterbacks (05-06) under head coach, and former WMU assistant, Jim Knowles. Peter McCarty takes over as Western Michigan s defensive line coach, moving Tim Daoust over to coach the Broncos talented secondary unit. McCarty was most recently on the coaching staff at former Mid-American Conference institution Central Florida. He and Bill Cubit have worked at the same schools (although not during the same years) twice as McCarty has also spent a pair of seasons at Stanford. Bob Stanley brings his 37 years of coaching experience to Kalamazoo as the Broncos offensive line coach. Stanley spent last season at New Mexico after spending at Kansas State. CLEATS FOR A CLIPBOARD A starting defensive end for the Broncos last season, Matt Ludeman has turned in his cleats and is now a member of the coaching staff. Ludeman enters his fi rst season as the defensive graduate assistant. His playing career was extended this summer when he participated with Team USA in Japan, winning the American College Football Tournament. TRIFECTA The Broncos opponent may have a pair of talented runners but WMU will a trio of able-bodied ball carriers at the Mountaineers. Senior Mark Bonds is the second back in as many years to rush for 1,000 yards in a season. He is just 237 yards from the top- on the all-time list. Joining Bonds in the backfi eld are Brandon West and lenis Thompson. As true freshmen, West and Thompson gave Western Michigan a punch as West amassed 633 yards on the ground and Thompson proved to be a downhill runner much like Bonds. WHAT TO WATCH FOR Robbie Krutilla and Branden Ledbetter fi nd their names among the nation s elite in their respective positions. Krutilla has been named to a pair of preseason watch lists and Ledbetter has earned a spot on one. Krutilla is on the Rimington Trophy Watch List (the award for the nation s best center) as well as the Outland Trophy (the award for the nation s best interior lineman). It is the second year he has made it onto the Rimington preseason list. Ledbetter fi nds himself on the John Mackey Award Watch List (the award for the nation s best tight end) for the fi rst time. He was named the Mackey Tight End of the Week once last season after amassing 1 yards receiving against Miami. FILLIN IN THE APS Even though Western Michigan returns 15 starters (seven on the offense and eight on the defense) there are gaps at key positions that need to be fi lled. Quarterback: It has been the burning question during this past spring and preseason camp. Who will replace Ryan Cubit under center? There are three candidates in Tim Hiller (05 MAC Freshman of the Year), Thomas Peregrin (won games over Toledo and Virginia) and Drew Burdi (redshirt freshman). Linebacker: This unit was hardest hit during the offseason, losing a pair of starters in Ameer Ismail and Paul Tithof. This pair anchored the outside linbacker positions over the past two campaigns. Remaining is the team s Defensive MVP from 06, Dustin Duclo. Alongside him will be Austin Pritchard and newcomer Boston Mc- Cornell. McCornell is a JC transfer from eorgia Military School. Offensive Line: The Broncos lost just one member of this unit, Dominic Moran. The most experienced unit on the team is anchored by Robbie Krutilla. Filling at left guard is Phillip Swanson, a redshirt freshman. CAPTAIN O CAPTAIN For the fi rst time in program history, Western Michigan football will not have season captains. This season the Broncos will have game captains selected prior to each game. WVU IU MIZZOU CCSU UT UA NIU BSU EMU CMU IOWA TEMPLE Louis Delmas, Anthony ebhart, Robbie Krutilla FOR LOVE OF THE CORPS Western Michigan s receiving corps built valuable experience in 06 and returns a pair that fed life into the Broncos offense last year. Jamarko Simmons led the team with 668 yards on 61 receptions, including 172 yards on 13 receptions in the International Bowl. Herb Martin, in his fi rst year at the Division I level, fi nished 06 with 365 yards and four scores on catches. Adding to the Broncos group of receivers are the return of Jordan White from a knee injury, freshman Juan Nunez and JC Transfer Schneider Spida Julien. Julien will also see the fi eld as the WMU punt return man. LUCKY NUMBER SEVEN Western Michigan is coming off back-to-back seasons with seven or more wins - the magic number to ensure bowl eligibility. Impressive as that is, another season with seven or more wins would only rank third all-time. The most consecutive seasons WMU has won seven or more games is six ( ). WMU went a combined over that span. Ranking second is a span of four seasons ( ) when the Broncos wen 31-15, won nine games (00) for only the second time in program history and appeared in a two-straight MAC title games. Another eight-win campaign would put this team in a class by itself for being the only one to capture back-to-back seasons with eight wins or better. POLL POSITION Western Michigan was chosen by the Mid-American Conference News Media Association (MNMA) to not only win the West Division but take the conference crown home to Kalamazoo. WMU has steadily risen up the MAC West standings after fi nishing last in 04 with a third-place fi nish in 05 and a secondplace fi nish last season. 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 3 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

4 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES TEAM RANKINS WESTERN MICHIAN (06 FINAL) NCAA MAC Rushing Offense 56 (134.69) 6 Passing Offense 77 (184.85) 6 Total Offense 78 (319.54) 7 Scoring Offense 64 (23.00) 5 Rushing Defense 6 (76.08) 1 Pass Effi ciency Defense 34 (115.70) 3 Total Defense 11 (275.38) 1 Scoring Defense 39 (19.92) 2 Net Punting 111 (.62) Punt Returns (13.56) 1 Kick Off Returns 27 (22.33) 1 Turnover Margin 7 (0.92) 1 Pass Defense 57 (199.31) 8 Passing Effi ciency 67 (121.08) 4 Sacks 1 (3.54) 1 Tackles for Loss 22 (6.92) 3 Sacks Allowed 14 (1.31) 1 WEST VIRINIA (06 FINAL) NCAA BI EAST Rushing Offense 2 (3.00) 1 Passing Offense 0 (158.38) 6 Total Offense 5 (461.38) 2 Scoring Offense 3 (38.85) 1 Rushing Defense 13 (93.31) 1 Pass Effi ciency Defense 63 (125.59) 5 Total Defense 62 (336.62) 5 Scoring Defense 49 (21.69) 5 Net Punting 29 (36.83) 3 Punt Returns 53 (9.00) 4 Kick Off Returns 12 (23.84) 2 Turnover Margin 25 (0.54) 4 Pass Defense 9 (243.31) 8 Passing Effi ciency (152.51) 3 Sacks T-38 (2.38) 5 Tackles for Loss 88 (5.00) 8 Sacks Allowed 2 (1.15) 2 DREADED DB S This phrase has double meaning. It is something that describes the chosen hairstyle of three of the four starters in the defensive secondary for WMU (Louis Delmas, E.J. Biggers and C.J. Wilson) and it also describes the feeling of the offense when facing this unit last season. Londen Fryar led the unit with fi ve picks but it was a group effort six backs compiled 18 of the team s 24 interceptions: Londen Fryar: 5 (returned one for a TD) Louis Delmas: 4 E.J. Biggers: 4 C. Wilson: 3 (returned one for a TD) Anthony ebhart: 1 Desman Stephen: 1 (returned one for a TD) THE BEAST WITHIN If each positional unit needs to act as one being, then WMU s offensive line is a beast of a being. The unit has produced back-toback 1,000-yard rushers and led the MAC last year, ranking 14th in the country, in sacks allowed per game (1.31). TEU No, this is not a proposed satellite campus for Western Michigan. It stands for Tight End U. WMU has produced some of the best tight ends in recent school history with Jake Moreland, Mobolaji Afariogun and Tony Scheffl er, the top-three ranked tight ends in Bronco history, having played here in the past years. Now there is a new crop that is looking to climb the ranks led by Branden Ledbetter. Ledbetter along with Keith Schultz and Matt Stevens combined for of WMU s passing touchdowns in 06 and Ledbetter ranked second on the team in receiving with 423 yards. FAR EAST MEETS WESTERN MICHIAN For the entire 07 season a Japanese collegiate football coach will be shadowing the Western Michigan program. Masatoshi Isowa spent all of spring and preseason camp in Kalamazoo learning coaching techniques from the staff. He will stay with the program until the conclusion of the season. He is also shadowing math courses in order to bring different teaching techniques back to Japan. PULLIN RANK Western Michigan has played 18 teams ranked in the top-25 at the time of the game. Even though the Broncos are still searching for their fi rst win over a ranked opponent, they have come close on several occasions. the highest ranked team (No. to face Western Michigan since the Broncos opened up the 1999 campaign with No. 4 Florida and the 00 season with No. 4 Wisconsin. WMU has played three ranked team in one season just once - 02: No. 7 Michigan - L, No. 5 Virginia Tech - L, -0 No. 25 Bowling reen - L, Four members of the Bronco staff have been associated with games against ranked opponents with WMU: Tim Knox - graduate assistant ( ); running backs coach (04); director of football operations (00-03, 05-present): - No. 25 Michigan State (1997) - No. 4 Florida (1999) - No. 11 Marshall (1999) - No. 4 Wisconsin (00) - No. 9 Virginia Tech (01) - No. 7 Michigan (02) - No. 5 Virginia Tech (02) - No. 25 Bowling reen (02) - No. 12 Northern Illinois (03) - No. 23 Virginia (05) Jake Moreland - player ( ); tight ends coach (05-present): - No. 24 Wyoming (1996) - No. 25 Michigan State (1997) - No. 4 Florida (1999) - No. 11 Marshall (1999) - No. 23 Virginia (05) Bill Cubit - offensive coordinator ( ); head coach (05-present): - No. 25 Michigan State (1997) - No. 4 Florida (1999) - No. 11 Marshall (1999) - No. 23 Virginia (05) Matt Ludeman - player (05) - No. 23 Virginia (05) FULL CIRCLE For the fi rst time since the inception of the Big East Conference (May of 1979), Western Michigan will close one season with a Big East member institution only to open the following season with another Big East team. The 06 campaign ended with WMU falling to Cincinnati in the International Bowl and 07 begins with a trip to Morgantown. Lost to No. 11 Marshall in the 1999 MAC title game, 34- Lost to No. 25 Bowling reen in 02, Lost to No. 23 Virginia in 05, The highest ranked team played by WMU was No. 1 Florida State in The Mountaineers are STACKIN UP Western Michigan has played four of the eight programs currently in the Big East and WMU has a record against them: Cincinnati, Connecticut, Louisville, WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 4 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

5 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES West Virginia, Neve Faced: Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Florida, Syracuse Conversely, West Virginia has played against nine of the 13 members of the MAC and boasts a record of : Ball State, Bowling reen, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Miami, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Temple, Western Michigan, DON T LOOK NOW If you think Patrick White is just a running quarterback, think again. Through just two seasons with the Mountaineers, White is already the career leader in passing effi ciency (149.07) and completion percentage (.625). He is also the career leader for rushing yards by a QB with 2,171 yards on 296 carries and he had 18 rushing scores in 06 alone. SCORIN MACHINE Steve Slaton may not touch the ball on every play but in 06 it sure seemed like it. The then true sophomore scored 16 touchdowns last season, scoring at least once in all but three games and scoring two touchdowns six times. Slaton has 33 rushing TDs in his two-year career, which ranks fourth on WVU s all-time list. Teammate Patrick White is right behind him in fi fth place with 25 rushing scores. CLOSIN THE DOOR EARLY West Virginia did not use a lot of time to establish itself in games, outscoring the opposition, , the fi rst quarter of games. The Mountaineers outscored their opponents by 38 points in the second quarter of games and an amazing 96 points in the third quarter. NOT A ONE-TRICK PONY West Virginia has a good running game... this is true. But the passing game is there as well. Six different Mountaineers caught touchdown passes in 06 but none more than Brandon Myles who hauled in a team-best eight en route to 522 yards receiving on 36 catches. ON THE OTHER HAND With every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Following that theory, if West Virginia s vaunted ground attack is the action then Western Michigan s sixth-ranked run defense is the reaction. WMU held of 13 teams under 0 yards net rushing in 06, including three opponents that did not reach double digits in team rushing and another that could not manage positive numbers: Temple: 9 yards Northern Illinois: 0 yards Ball State: 9 yards Akron: minus-13 yards PICK EM OFF AT THE PASS West Virginia s Patrick White had seven interceptions last season against 13 passing touchdowns. He along with Jarrett Brown combined for eight WVU interceptions. WMU registered a national best 24 interceptions a year ago and was held without at least one pick just once - vs. Florida State. TALE OF THE TAPE WMU vs. WVU will pit strength on strength in many statistical areas and provide interesting positional match ups throughout the afternoon. Rushing: West Virginia ranked second in the country in 06 with 3.0 yards per game on the ground, while Western Michigan ranked sixth in the nation by allowing just yards rushing per game. Passing: Neither team boasted a top-75 passing offense a season ago but pass defense was an area where these two teams part ways as WMU had a pass defense that ranked 57th, while the Mountaineers ranked 9th. Sacks: The Broncos led the nation in sacks per game with 3.54, while WVU was very protective of its signal callers, allowing just 1.15 sacks per game to rank second in the country. Punting: Field position is a big part in winning the game and WVU holds the edge, ranking 29th witha average, while WMU ranked 111th with a.62 average. Turnover margin: WMU ranked seventh in turnover margin, while WVU ranked 25th. Both are respectable rankings but the Mountaineers held a +7 (24-17) advantage in the give away/take away department and the Broncos held a +12 advantage (34-22). WVU DO s & DON T S Each game comes down to things you must do to win and things you cannot do if you want to win. Here are this week s Do s & Dont s: DO: Control the clock and keep WVU s offense on the sideline where it is impossible for Slaton and White to score (almost). DON T: et out of the originial game plan with the Mountaineers post a couple quick scores. Playing WVU s game will only benefi t WVU. INDIVIDUAL RANKINS WESTERN MICHIAN (06 FINAL) PLAYER NCAA MAC Rushing Bonds 29 (90.17) 3 Passing Effi ciency Cubit 75 (117.92) 13 Total Offense Cubit 57 (188.91) 9 Rec. Per ame Simmons 49 (4.69) 5 Rec. Yds. Per ame Simmons NR (51.38) 13 Interceptions Fryar T-24 (0.42) 1 Punting Laney 83 (38.21) 8 Punt Returns Chapple 8 (14.38) 2 Kick Off Returns West 8 (27.95) 2 Field oals Meyer 24 (1.31) 4 Scoring Meyer 56 (6.46) 5 All-Purpose Runners Bonds 64 (3.83) 8 Sacks Ismail 1 (1.31) 1 Tackles Ismail NR (6.92) 23 Tackles for Loss Ismail 1 (1.96) 1 WEST VIRINIA (06 FINAL) PLAYER NCAA BI EAST Rushing Slaton 4 (134.15) 2 Passing Effi ciency White NR (159.73) 2 Total Offense White 24 (239.) 4 Rec. Per ame Reynaud NR (3.00) 7 Rec. Yds. Per ame Myles NR (.15) 7 Interceptions Andrews T-33 (.38) 3 Punting Punt Returns Rivers 28 (.83) 3 Kick Off Returns Reynaud 14 (27.) 2 Field oals McAfee T-24 (1.31) 5 Scoring White 6 (9.00) 3 All-Purpose Runners Slaton 2 (161.85) 1 Sacks Wicks T-68 (0.54) 8 Tackles McLee NR (6.08) 13 Tackles for Loss Wicks NR (0.85) WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 5 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

6 ASSOCIATED PRESS Top 25 WEEK 1 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES WMU FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS USA TODAY COACHES Top 25 WEEK 1 Rank Team Record Pts 1. USC (62) 0-0 1, LSU (2) 0-0 1, West Virginia (1) 0-0 1, Texas 0-0 1, Michigan 0-0 1, Florida 0-0 1, Wisconsin 0-0 1, Oklahoma 0-0 1, Virginia Tech 0-0 1,148. Louisville 0-0 1, Ohio State California eorgia UCLA Tennessee Rutgers Penn State Auburn Florida State Nebraska Arkansas TCU Hawaii Boise State Texas A&M West Virginia s score in the fi rst meeting against WMU Number of times WMU has faced a ranked opponent after WVU Wins under Bill Cubit over the past two seasons Number of wins needed for WMU to reach 0 as a program Rank Team Record Pts 1. USC (45) 0-0 1, LSU (4) 0-0 1, Florida (9) 0-0 1, Texas 0-0 1, Michigan (2) 0-0 1, West Virginia 0-0 1,5 7. Wisconsin 0-0 1, Oklahoma 0-0 1, Virginia Tech 0-0 1,005. Ohio State Louisville California eorgia Auburn Tennessee Rutgers UCLA Penn State Nebraska Arkansas Florida State TCU Boise State Hawaii Texas A&M OTHERS RECEIVIN VOTES Missouri 128, eorgia Tech 94, Boston College 75, Oregon 73, South Carolina 69, Miami (FL) 68, Alabama 66, Oregon State 42, Wake Forest, South Florida 28, Arizona State 17, Brigham Young 14, Southern Miss 12, Notre Dame 11, Virginia 7, Clemson 6, Oklahoma State 3, Texas Tech 2, Purdue 1, Houston 1, Kentucky 1, North Carolina State 1. WMU opponents ranked/receiving votes: 3. West Virginia (1) 0-0 1,396 NR Missouri Western Michigan s score in the fi rst meeting against WVU Number of interceptions by Louis Delmas over the past two years OTHERS RECEIVIN VOTES Boston College 1, eorgia Tech 1, Miami (FL) 91, Notre Dame 90, South Carolina 90, Wake Forest 71, Missouri 58, Oregon State 52, Brigham Young 47, Clemson, Oregon, South Florida 26, Texas Tech, Alabama 16, Oklahoma State 15, Southern Miss 14, Iowa 12, Kansas State 8, Memphis 5, Houston 4, Arizona 1, Duke 1, Kentucky 1, Washington State 1. WMU opponents ranked/receiving votes: 6. West Virginia 0-0 1,5 NR Missouri Number of interceptions ran back for TDs by WMU in 06 2 Number of kick off returns over yards for Brandon West in 06 1 Number of fi rst place votes WVU received this week in the AP Poll 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 6 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

7 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES SCORIN PLAYS Opp Play Qtr Time Indiana Meyer 28 F 1 6:41 Indiana Meyer 28 F 2 2:36 Indiana Bonds 17 run 3 2:34 Indiana Saad 3 pass from Peregrin 4 0:57 Toledo Bonds 19 run 1 6:55 Toledo Schultz 2 pass from Peregrin 3 12: Toledo Fryar 92 interception return 3 3:47 Toledo Ledbetter 28 pass from Peregrin 4 3:08 Virginia Bonds 2 run 1 9:34 Virginia Stephen 34 interception return 2 7:42 Virginia Meyer 32 fi eld goal 3 4:44 Temple Ledbetter 1 pass from Cubit 2 6:49 Temple Meyer 25 fi eld goal 2 2:08 Temple Fryar 38 blocked F return 2 0:00 Temple Bonds 1 run 3 6: Temple Martin, H. 15 pass from Cubit 3 5:21 Temple Bonds run 4 14:52 Temple Jones 22 fi eld goal 4 3:57 Ohio Wilson 66 interception return 3 6:19 Ohio Ledbetter 1 pass from Cubit 4 9:26 Ohio Chapple 4 pass from Cubit 4 0:56 Miami Meyer 21 fi eld goal 4 1:16 C. Michigan Saad 5 pass from Cubit 1 8:52 Florida State Meyer fi eld goal 1 :58 Florida State Simmons 23 pass from Cubit 2 7:03 Florida State Meyer 43 fi eld goal 3 6:14 Florida State Martin, H. pass from Cubit 4 9: Akron Meyer 38 fi eld goal 2 4:31 Akron Schultz 16 pass from Cubit 3 6:41 Akron West 1 run 3 4:06 Cincinnati Simmons 76 pass from Biggers 2 9:45 Cincinnati H. Martin pass from Cubit 2 5:35 Cincinnati Meyer 29 fi eld goal 2 0:08 Cincinnati West 7 run 4 :53 SCORIN NOTES Most Points in a Half Least Points in a Half Longest Scoring Drought 28 E. Michigan 0 Ohio 53:52 C. Michigan BCS STANDINS N/A (STARTS AFTER WEEK 8) Rank Team Record Pts OTHERS RECEIVIN VOTES WMU opponents ranked/receiving votes: N. Illinois Meyer fi eld goal 2 11:39 N. Illinois Stevens 2 pass from Cubit 2 3:34 N. Illinois Meyer 39 fi eld goal 3 7:45 N. Illinois Meyer fi eld goal 4 3:25 Ball State Martin, H. 13 pass from Cubit 1 6: Ball State Chapple 4 pass from Cubit 1 1: Ball State Ismail 29 interception return 2 14:53 Ball State Ledbetter 81 pass from Cubit 2 2:43 Ball State Bonds 6 run 3 12:00 Ball State Meyer 26 fi eld goal 3 4:31 Ball State Meyer 41 fi eld goal 4 14:45 E. Michigan Meyer 42 fi eld goal 2 4:34 E. Michigan Schultz 1 pass from Cubit 4 :22 E. Michigan Bonds 19 run 4 5:04 Quickest Time Between Scores Most Scores in First Quarter Most Scores in Second Quarter Most Scores in Third Quarter 1:29 Temple 2 Ball State 3 Temple 3 Cincinnati 2 Toledo 2 Temple 2 Ball State 2 Miami 2 Akron Miami Ledbetter 3 pass from Cubit 1 5:55 Miami West 12 run 2 :08 Miami Meyer 27 fi eld goal 3 7:09 Miami Ledbetter 2 pass 3 5:05 Most Scores in Fourth Quarter 2 Temple 2 E. Michigan WMU FOOTBALL S RECORD WHEN... Ahead After the First Quarter 0-0 Ahead After the Second Quarter 0-0 Ahead After the Third Quarter 0-0 Winning the Coin Flip 0-0 Losing the Coin Flip 0-0 Deferring the Choice 0-0 Leading in Rushing 0-0 Trailing in Rushing 0-0 Tied in Rushing 0-0 Leading in Passing 0-0 Trailing in Passing 0-0 Tied in Passing 0-0 More First Downs 0-0 Less First Downs 0-0 Tied in First Downs 0-0 Rushing for 0 yards or more 0-0 Rushing for 99 yards or less 0-0 Throwing for 2 yards or more 0-0 Throwing for 249 yards or less 0-0 Winning the Turnover Battle 0-0 Losing the Turnover Battle 0-0 Tied in Turnovers 0-0 Holding Opponent Under 0 Yards Rushing 0-0 Holding Opponent Under 2 Yards Passing 0-0 Intercepting a Pass 0-0 Not Throwing an Interception 0-0 Leading in Team Sacks 0-0 Trailing in Team Sacks 0-0 Tied in Team Sacks 0-0 WMU has 0-Yard Rusher 0-0 Opponent has 0-Yard Rusher 0-0 WMU has 0-Yard Passer 0-0 Opponent has 0--Yard Passer 0-0 Committing Less Penalties 0-0 Committing More Penalites 0-0 Committing the Same Amount of Penalties 0-0 Playing a Day ame 0-0 Playing a Night ame 0-0 Scoring Less than points 0-0 Scoring points 0-0 Scoring More than 25 points 0-0 Scoring First 0-0 On rass 0-0 On Artifi cial Turf 0-0 Wearing Black Jersey/old Pants 0-0 Wearing Black Jersey/White Pants 0-0 Wearing White Jersey/White Pants 0-0 Wearing White Jersey/old Pants 0-0 On Television 0-0 Against Ranked Opponents WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 7 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

8 WMU TEAM STATISTICS 06 FINAL STATISTICS ALL AMES TEAM STATISTICS WMU OPP SCORIN Points Per ame FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty 9 25 RUSHIN YARDAE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per ame TDs Rushing 11 PASSIN YARDAE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per ame TDs Passing 14 TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per ame KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAE PUNT RETURN AVERAE INT RETURN AVERAE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per ame PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/AME 31:25 28:35 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 75/198 53/170 3rd-Down Pct 38% 31% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 17/25 11/19 4th-Down Pct 68% 58% SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD OALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES % % RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS % % PAT-ATTEMPTS % 28-93% ATTENDANCE ames/avg Per ame 5/ /354 Neutral Site ames 1/26717 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Western Michigan Opponents AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES 07 AME-BY-AME STARTERS OFFENSE WR(X) WR(T) LT L C R RT TE QB RB WR(Z) WVU IU MIZZOU CCSU UT UA NIU BSU EMU CMU IOWA TEMPLE MAC BOWL 07 AME-BY-AME STARTERS DEFENSE LDE N DT RDE WLB MLB SLB HB FS SS CB WVU IU MIZZOU CCSU UT UA NIU BSU EMU CMU IOWA TEMPLE MAC BOWL EXPLOSIVE PLAYS 06 FINAL Top Explosive Plays Overall Pass Ryan Cubit to Branden Ledbetter 81 yards for a Ball State Pass E.J. Biggers to Jamarko Simmons 76 yards for a TD vs. Cincinnati Pass Ryan Cubit to Branden Ledbetter 57 Ohio Run Mark Bonds 57 yards vs. Toledo Run Mark Bonds 56 Virginia Pass Ryan Cubit to Herb Martin 52 yards vs. Akron Pass Ryan Cubit to Branden Ledbetter 38 yards vs. Miami Pass Ryan Cubit to Joe Chapple 31 Ohio Pass Ryan Cubit to Keith Schultz 31 Ball State Pass Ryan Cubit to Jamarko Simmons 31 yards vs. Akron Pass Ryan Cubit to Herb Martin yards for a TD vs. Cincinnati Pass Ryan Cubit to Herb Martin yards vs. Northern Illinois Top 5 Most Explosive Pass Plays ( yards or more) Ryan Cubit to Branden Ledbetter for 81 for a TD Ball State Pass E.J. Biggers to Jamarko Simmons 76 yards for a TD vs. Cincinnati Ryan Cubit to Branden Ledbetter 57 Ohio Ryan Cubit to Herb Martin 52 yards vs. Akron Ryan Cubit to Joe Chapple 31 Ohio Top 5 Most Explosive Run Plays ( yards or more) Mark Bonds for 57 yards vs. Toledo Mark Bonds 56 Virginia Mark Bonds 29 yards vs. Temple Brandon West 29 yards vs. Eastern Michigan Mark Bonds 21 yards vs. Eastern Michigan Most Explosive Returns Londen Fryar 92 yard interception return for a TD vs. Toledo C.J. Wilson 66 yard interception return for a Ohio Desman Stephen 34 yard interception return for a Virginia Ameer Ismail 29 yard interception return for a Ball State Brandon West 65 yard kickoff Florida State Brandon West 56 yard kickoff Florida State Interesting Explosive Stats RB Mark Bonds had 24 rushes for + yards and 5 rushes for + yards WR Jamarko Simmons had 6 receptions of + yards TE Branden Ledbetter had 6 receptions of + yards and 2 receptions of + yards WR Herb Martin had 5 receptions of + yards QB Ryan Cubit had passes for + yards Brandon West had 19 rushes for + yards and 3 rushes for + Blocked Kicks Extra Point attempt by Cory Flom vs. Indiana Extra Point attempt by Cory Flom vs. Indiana Field oal attempt by Cory Flom vs. Temple (resulted in a WMU TD) Field oal attempt by Nick Varcadipane vs. Ohio Field oal attempt by Nick Varcadipane vs. Eastern Michigan Field oal attempt by Cory Flom vs. Akron 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 8 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

9 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA AME NOTES WMU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS WVU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS WVU TEAM STATISTICS 06 Final Statistics All games 06 Final Statistics All games 06 FINAL STATISTICS ALL AMES RUSHIN Name No Yds Lg TD Avg Mark Bonds Brandon West lenis Thompson PASSIN Name Att Comp Pct Yds TD Effi c Ryan Cubit Thomas Peregrin E.J. Biggers RECEIVIN Name No Yds Lg TD Avg Jamarko Simmons Branden Ledbetter Joe Chapple SCORIN Name TD F PAT SAF Pts Nate Meyer Mark Bonds Branden Ledbetter INTERCEPTIONS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Londen Fryar Louis Delmas E.J. Biggers DEFENSE Name ST AT TT TFL SK Blk Ameer Ismail C.J. Wilson Paul Tithof PUNT RETURNS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Joe Chapple Tyler Aldridge Jimmie Vincent KICK OFF RETURNS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Brandon West Anthony ebhart E.J. Biggers PUNTIN Name No Yds Avg Lg I TB Jim Laney Ryan Cubit FIELD OALS Name FM FA Pct Lg Blk Nate Meyer Mike Jones RUSHIN Name No Yds Lg TD Avg Steve Slaton Patrick White Owen Schmitt PASSIN Name Att Comp Pct Yds TD Effi c Patrick White Jarrett Brown Markell Harrison RECEIVIN Name No Yds Lg TD Avg Darius Reynaud Brandon Myles Steve Slaton SCORIN Name TD F PAT SAF Pts Pat McAfee Steve Slaton Patrick White INTERCEPTIONS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Quinton Andrews Eric Wicks Antonio Lewis Vaughn Rivers DEFENSE Name ST AT TT TFL SK Blk Quinton Andrews Kevin McLee Eric Wicks PUNT RETURNS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Vaughn Rivers Antonio Lewis KICK OFF RETURNS Name No Yds Avg TD Lg Darius Reynaud Vaughn Rivers Antonio Lewis PUNTIN Name No Yds Avg Lg I TB Pat McAfee Scott Kozlowski FIELD OALS Name FM FA Pct Lg Blk Pat McAfee TEAM STATISTICS WVU OPP SCORIN Points Per ame FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHIN YARDAE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per ame TDs Rushing PASSIN YARDAE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per ame TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per ame KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAE PUNT RETURN AVERAE INT RETURN AVERAE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per ame PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/AME :07 29:53 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 76/153 73/177 3rd-Down Pct % 41% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 5/9 11/ 4th-Down Pct 56% 55% SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS 0 8 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD OALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES % % RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS % % PAT-ATTEMPTS % % ATTENDANCE ames/avg Per ame 7/ /43939 Neutral Site ames 1/67714 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total West Virginia Opponents WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 9 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

10 07 BRONCO ALL-OPPONENTS SCHEDULE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION MAC OVERALL W L PCT. W L PCT. Ball State Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo Western Michigan EAST DIVISION MAC OVERALL W L PCT. W L PCT. Akron Bowling reen Buffalo Kent State Miami Ohio Temple No. 3/6 WEST VIRINIA (0-0, 0-0 Big East) THIS WEEK: vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 1, 3: p.m. (ESPN+) LAST: Preseason NEXT: at Marshall (Sept. 8) INDIANA (0-0, 0-0 Big Ten) THIS WEEK: vs. Indiana State, Sept. 1, 8 p.m. (Big Ten Network) LAST: Preseason NEXT: at Western Michigan (Sept. 8) MISSOURI (0-0, 0-0 Big 12) THIS WEEK: vs. Illinois, Sept. 1, 2: p.m. (ESPN2) LAST: Preseason NEXT: at Ole Miss (Sept. 8) CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE (0-0, O-O NEC) THIS WEEK: at Towson, Aug., 7 p.m. LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Merrimack (Sept. 8) THIS WEEK S SCHEDULE Aug. (Thursday) Kent State at Iowa State, 7 p.m. Buffalo at No. 16/16 Rutgers, 7 p.m. Ball State vs. Miami, 7 p.m. * Aug. 31 (Friday) Temple vs. Navy, 7: p.m. Sept. 1 (Saturday) Northern Illinois vs. Iowa, 2: p.m. Western Michigan at No. 3/6 West Virginia, 3: p.m. Central Michigan at Kansas, 6 p.m. Eastern Michigan at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. Ohio vs. ardner-webb, 7 p.m. Bowling reen at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Toledo vs. Purdue, 7 p.m. Akron vs. Army, 7 p.m. TOLEDO (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: vs. Purdue, Sept. 1, 7 p.m. (ESPNU) LAST: Preseason NEXT: at Central Michigan (Sept. 8) AKRON (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: vs. Army (Browns Stadium), Sept. 1, 7 p.m. LAST: Preseason NEXT: at No. 11/ Ohio State (Sept. 8) NORTHERN ILLINOIS (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: vs. Iowa (Soldier Field), Sept. 1, 2: p.m. (ESPNU) LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Southern Illinois (Sept. 8) BALL STATE (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: vs. Miami, Aug., 7 p.m. (Comcast Local) LAST: Preseason NEXT: at Eastern Michigan (Sept. 8) All times are local to home team and subject to change * Mid-American Conference (MAC) contest EASTERN MICHIAN (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: at Pittsburgh, Sept. 1, 6 p.m. LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Ball State (Sept. 8) CENTRAL MICHIAN (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: at Kansas, Sept. 1, 6 p.m. LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Toledo (Sept. 8) IOWA (0-0, 0-0 BI TEN) THIS WEEK: vs. Northern Illinois (Soldier Field, Sept. 1, 2: p.m. (ESPNU) LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8) TEMPLE (0-0, 0-0 MAC) THIS WEEK: vs. Navy, Aug. 31, 7: p.m. (ESPNU) LAST: Preseason NEXT: vs. Buffalo (Sept. 8) All times local to home teams National Polls: Associate Press/USA Today 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

11 AME 1 WESTERN MICHIAN VS. WEST VIRINIA DEPTH CHART LT L C R RT 67 Rob Johnson Jr. 76 Steve Ellingsen Jr. 65 Phillip Swanson RFr. 60 Nick Mitchell RFr. 78 Robbie Krutilla Sr. 63 Paul Wasikowski So. 62 Matt Williams Sr. 61 Nick Clemens RFr. 75 James Blair Sr. 72 Anthony Parker Fr. WR (X) 7 Herb Martin Sr. 83 Jordan White RFr. WR (T) 27 Jamarko Simmons Jr. 81 Juan Nunez Fr. QB 3 Tim Hiller Jr. 14 Thomas Peregrin Sr. 18 Drew Burdi RFr. TE 82 Branden Ledbetter Jr. 88 Anthony Middleton Fr. 87 Keith Schultz Sr. WR (Z) 11 Schneider Julien Jr. 86 Kelly Martin Sr. RB 2 Brandon West So. 22 lenis Thomspon So. 34 Mark Bonds Sr. LDE N DT RDE 54 reg Marshall Jr. 96 Mark Berghuis So. 68 Cody Cielenski So. 98 Cory Flom Jr. 99 Nick Varcadipane Jr. 91 rant Nemeth Jr. 90 Zach Davidson Jr. 48 Justin Braska So. WLB 43 Boston McCornell Jr. 51 Harrison Porter Fr. MLB 59 Dustin Duclo Jr. arrett Sosnovich Jr. SLB 35 Austin Pritchard Jr. 19 Cornelius Robinson Jr. HB FS SS CB 1 E.J. Biggers Jr. 15 Andy Dorcely So. 9 Louis Delmas Jr. 38 Anthony ebhart Sr. 26 C.J. Wilson Jr. 21 Antwain Allen Sr. 46 Desman Stephen Jr. 6 Londen Fryar Jr. KO F PAT P 17 Mike Jones Sr. 41 Dylan VanFossen Fr. 17 Mike Jones Sr. 41 Dylan VanFossen Fr. 17 Mike Jones Sr. 41 Dylan VanFossen Fr. 39 Jim Laney Sr. 17 Mike Jones Sr. SNAP HD KR PR 69 Tom Harrington So. 71 Brian Bailey Jr. 39 Jim Laney Sr. 17 Mike Jones Sr. 2 Brandon West So. 1 E.J. Biggers Jr. 38 Anthony ebhart Sr. 11 Schneider Julien Jr. 1 E.J. Biggers Jr. 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 11 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

12 NO NAME POS HT WT EL/CL HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL 1 E.J. Biggers CB Jr./Jr. North Miami Beach, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 2 Brandon West RB So./So. Brunswick, a. Camden County HS 3 Tim Hiller QB So./Jr. Orrville, Ohio Orrville HS 4 Jamelle Murray WR R-Fr./So. Delray, Fla. Atlantic HS 5 Deshon Lawrence WR Fr./Fr. College Park, a. Westlake HS 6 Londen Fryar CB Jr./Sr. Jobstown, N.J. Holy Cross HS 7 Herb Martin WR Sr./Sr. Lakewood, Calif. Pasadena CC 8 Darrell Copeland LB Sr./5th Jonesboro, a. Jonesboro HS 9 Louis Delmas FS Jr./Jr. North Miami Beach, Fla. North Miami Beach HS Dennis Reedy QB Jr./Sr. South Lyon, Mich. South Lyon HS 11 Schneider Julien WR Jr./Jr. Miami, Fla. Foothill CC 12 Robert Arnheim QB Fr./Fr. Orlando, Fla. Edgewater HS 14 Thomas Peregrin QB Sr./Sr. Sparks, Nev. Bakersfi eld CC 15 Andy Dorcely CB So./So. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 16 Anthony Williams DE R-Fr./So. Miami, Fla. Miami Edison HS 17 Mike Jones K Sr./5th Miami Shores, Fla. Monsignor Pace HS 18 Drew Burdi QB R-Fr./So. Downers rove, Ill. Downers rove HS 19 Cornelius Robinson LB Jr./Sr. Atlanta, a. Booker T. Washington HS Caleb Clark QB So./Jr. Calgary, Alb. Bow Valley HS 21 Antwain Allen SS Sr./5th Chicago, Ill. Kenwood Academy HS 22 lenis Thompson RB So./So. West Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach Lake HS 23 Nic Saad FB Sr./5th Clinton Township, Mich. Chippewa Valley HS 24 Bobby Crawford RB R-Fr./So. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Saint Thomas Aquinas HS 25 David Lewis CB Fr./Fr. Deerfi eld Beach, Fla. Deerfi eld Beach HS 26 Caleb Morris ^ K R-Fr./So. Coudersport, Pa. Coudersport HS 26 C.J. Wilson SS Jr./Sr. Chicago, Ill. North Chicago HS 27 Jamarko Simmons WR Jr./Sr. Flint, Mich. Central HS 28 Keith Dixson CB Fr./Fr. Flint, Mich. Harmony PS 29 Scott ajos SS Jr./Sr. Warren, Mich. Fitzgerald HS Dervon Wallace CB Fr./Fr. Stone Mountain, a. Tower HS 31 Nick Hunter SS Fr./Fr. College Park, a. Benjamin E. Banneker HS 32 James O Neill TE R-Fr./So. rand Haven, Mich. rand Haven HS 33 Mario Armstrong SS Fr./Fr. Warner Robbins, a. Northside HS 34 Mark Bonds RB Sr./Sr. Indianapolis, Ind. Warren Central HS 35 Nick Davis ^ WR Fr./Fr. Kalamazoo, Mich. Kalamazoo Central HS 35 Austin Pritchard LB Jr./Jr. Lebanon, Ohio Lebanon HS 36 Jaron Deshazor RB Fr./Fr. Portage, Mich. Portage Central HS 37 Ben Armer ^ P 5-1 Fr./Fr. Janesville, Wis. Parker HS 37 Brooks Bunbury WR R-Fr./So. Leland, Mich. Central HS 38 Anthony ebhart FS Sr./5th Addison, Ill. Lake Forest College 39 Jim Laney P Sr./5th Toledo, Ohio St. Francis de Sales HS Kirk Elsworth RB Jr./Jr. oodrich, Mich. oodrich HS 41 Dan Krasinski LB So./Jr. Mattawan, Mich. Mattawan HS 41 Dylan VanFossen ^ K Fr./Fr. Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion HS 42 Chad Baliko TE So./Jr. Fenton, Mich. Brighton HS 42 Mitch Vorick ^ LB Fr./Fr. Mattawan, Mich. Mattawan HS 43 Boston McCornell LB Jr./Jr. Macon, a. eorgia MS 43 Tyler VanZandt ^ WR R-Fr./So. Pleasant Lake, Mich. Northwest HS 45 Shaun Vernon LB Fr./Fr. Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion HS 46 Desman Stephen CB Jr./Sr. Flint, Mich. Central HS 47 Jonathan Wright SS So./Jr. rosse Pointe, Mich. University Liggett HS 48 Justin Braska DE So./Jr. DeWitt, Mich. DeWitt HS arrett Sosnovich LB Jr./Jr. Clarendon Hills, Ill. Hinsdale Central HS 51 Harrison Porter LB Fr./Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dillard HS 53 Matt Pickens LB R-Fr./So. Bloomfi eld, Mich. Brother Rice HS 54 reg Marshall DE Jr./Jr. Portage, Mich. Northern HS 07 BRONCO NUMERICAL ROSTER NO NAME POS HT WT EL/CL HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL 55 Dezmond ray DT Sr./5th Detroit, Mich. Cass Technical HS 56 Andy Laue O So./Jr. Barrington, Ill. Barrington HS 58 Lee Pethan OL Fr./Fr. Hilbert, Wis. Hilbert HS 59 Dustin Duclo LB Jr./Sr. Southgate, Mich. Anderson HS 60 Nick Mitchell OL R-Fr./So. Palatine, Ill. William Friend HS 61 Nick Clemens OL R-Fr./So. Waunakee, Wisc. Waunakee HS 62 Matt Williams O Sr./Sr. Fishers, Ind. Hamilton Southeastern HS 63 Paul Wasikowski C So./Jr. Cudahy, Wis. Cudahy HS 64 Schyler Truesdell O Jr./Sr. Hazel Crest, Ill. Mt. Carmel HS 65 Phillip Swanson OL R-Fr./So. rand Haven, Mich. rand Haven HS 66 Tim Balice P R-Fr./So. Ionia, Mich. Ionia HS 67 Rob Johnson OT Jr./Sr. rand Blanc, Mich. rand Blanc HS 68 Cody Cielenski DT So./Jr. Downers rove, Ill. North HS 69 Tom Harrington LS So./So. Chicago, Ill. St. Rita HS 71 Brian Bailey O Jr./Sr. Hoyt, Kan. arden City CC 72 Anthony Parker OL Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 73 Josh Droppers OL Fr./Fr. Kalamazoo, Mich. Portage Northern HS 75 James Blair OT Sr./5th Detroit, Mich. Pershing HS 76 Steve Ellingsen OT Jr./Jr. Crown Point, Ind. Crown Point HS 77 Matt Lochmann OT So./Jr. Hartland, Wis. Arrowhead HS 78 Robbie Krutilla C Sr./5th Summit, Ill. Mount Carmel HS 79 Jonathan Jack OL Fr./Fr. Matteson, Ill. Marian Catholic HS 80 Fernand Kashama LB Jr./Sr. Toronto, Ontario Notre Dame SS 80 James Randall ^ TE So./Jr. Vernon Hills, Ill. Vernon Hills HS 81 Juan Nunez WR Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. Miami Carol City HS 82 Branden Ledbetter TE Jr./Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas HS 83 Jordan White WR R-Fr./So. North Ridgeville, Ohio North Ridgeville HS 84 Matt Stevens TE So./Jr. Wheaton, Ill. Warrenville South HS 85 Joel Workman TE Fr./Fr. Howe, Ind. Lakeland HS 86 Kelly Martin WR Sr./5th Lafayette, Ind. McCutcheon HS 87 Keith Schultz TE Sr./5th Almont, Mich. Almont HS 88 Anthony Middleton TE Fr./Fr. Deerfi eld Beach, Fla. Monarc HS 89 Kyle McDowell WR Fr./Fr. Doral, Fla. Christopher Columbus HS 90 Zach Davidson DE Jr./Sr. Racine, Wis. Washington Park HS 91 rant Nemeth DT Jr./Jr. Wheaton, Ill. Warrenville South HS 92 Kevin Cyrille DT Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 93 John Russell DT Jr./Jr. Loganville, a. The Hun School 94 Alvin Almicar DE Fr./Fr. Belle lade, Fla. Palm Beach Central HS 95 Chris Pyant DT R-Fr./So. Farmington Hills, Mich. Harrison HS 96 Mark Berghuis DE So./So. Kaukauna, Wisc. Kaukauna HS 97 Andrew Wersel DE Fr./Fr. Mason, Ohio Moeller HS 98 Cory Flom N Jr./Sr. Prior Lake, Minn. Academy of Holy Angels 99 Nick Varcadipane DT Jr./Sr. Totowa, N.J. Passaic Valley HS Letters earned ^ Duplicate Number HS = High School; CC = Community College; JC = Junior College; SS = Secondary School; PS = Prep School; MS = Military School WMU TRAVEL ROSTER WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1, 07 1 E.J. Biggers CB 2 Brandon West RB 3 Tim Hiller QB 4 Jamelle Murray WR 6 Londen Fryar CB 7 Herb Martin WR 8 Darrell Copeland LB 9 Louis Delmas FS 11 Schneider Julien WR 14 Thomas Peregrin QB 15 Andy Dorcely CB 16 Anthony Williams DE 17 Mike Jones K 18 Drew Burdi QB 19 Cornelius Robinson LB Caleb Clark QB 21 Antwain Allen SS 22 lenis Thompson RB 23 Nic Saad FB 25 David Lewis CB 26 C.J. Wilson SS 27 Jamarko Simmons RB 29 Scott ajos SS 34 Mark Bonds RB 35 Austin Pritchard LB 38 Anthony ebhart SS 39 Jim Laney P 41 Dylan VanFossen ^ K 43 Boston McCornell LB 46 Desman Stephen CB 47 Jonathan Wright SS 48 Justin Braska DE arrett Sosnovich LB 51 Harrison Porter LB 54 reg Marshall LB 55 Dezmond ray O 56 Andy Laue O 59 Dustin Duclo LB 61 Nick Clemens OL 62 Matt Williams O 63 Paul Wasikowski O 64 Schyler Truesdell OL 67 Robert Johnson OT 68 Cody Cielenski DT 69 Tom Harrington LS 71 Brian Bailey O 72 Anthony Parker OL 75 James Blair OT 76 Steve Ellingsen OT 78 Robbie Krutilla C 80 Fernand Kashama TE 80 Jon Randall # TE 81 Juan Nunez WR 82 Branden Ledbetter TE 83 Jordan White WR 85 Joel Workman TE 87 Keith Schultz TE 88 Anthony Middleton TE 90 Zach Davidson DE 91 rant Nemeth DT 93 John Russell DT 95 Chris Pyant DT 96 Mark Berghuis DE 98 Cory Flom N 99 Nick Varcadipane DT ^ Duplicate Number 4A # Duplicate Number 7A 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 12 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

13 NO NAME POS HT WT EL/CL HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL 21 Antwain Allen SS Sr./5th Chicago, Ill. Kenwood Academy HS 94 Alvin Almicar DE Fr./Fr. Belle lade, Fla. Palm Beach Central HS 37 Ben Armer P 5-1 Fr./Fr. Janesville, Wis. Parker HS 33 Mario Armstrong SS Fr./Fr. Warner Robbins, a. Northside HS 12 Robert Arnheim QB Fr./Fr. Orlando, Fla. Edgewater HS 71 Brian Bailey O Jr./Sr. Hoyt, Kan. arden City CC 66 Tim Balice P R-Fr./So. Ionia, Mich. Ionia HS 42 Chad Baliko TE So./Jr. Fenton, Mich. Brighton HS 96 Mark Berghuis DE So./So. Kaukauna, Wisc. Kaukauna HS 1 E.J. Biggers CB Jr./Jr. North Miami Beach, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 75 James Blair OT Sr./5th Detroit, Mich. Pershing HS 34 Mark Bonds RB Sr./Sr. Indianapolis, Ind. Warren Central HS 48 Justin Braska DE So./Jr. DeWitt, Mich. DeWitt HS 37 Brooks Bunbury WR R-Fr./So. Leland, Mich. Central HS 18 Drew Burdi QB R-Fr./So. Downers rove, Ill. Downers rove HS 07 BRONCO ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO NAME POS HT WT EL/CL HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL 77 Matt Lochmann OT So./Jr. Hartland, Wis. Arrowhead HS 54 reg Marshall DE Jr./Jr. Portage, Mich. Northern HS 7 Herb Martin WR Sr./Sr. Lakewood, Calif. Pasadena CC 86 Kelly Martin WR Sr./5th Lafayette, Ind. McCutcheon HS 43 Boston McCornell LB Jr./Jr. Macon, a. eorgia MS 89 Kyle McDowell WR Fr./Fr. Doral, Fla. Christopher Columbus HS 88 Anthony Middleton TE Fr./Fr. Deerfi eld Beach, Fla. Monarc HS 60 Nick Mitchell OL R-Fr./So. Palatine, Ill. William Friend HS 26 Caleb Morris ^ K R-Fr./So. Coudersport, Pa. Coudersport HS 4 Jamelle Murray WR R-Fr./So. Delray, Fla. Atlantic HS 91 rant Nemeth DT Jr./Jr. Wheaton, Ill. Warrenville South HS 81 Juan Nunez WR Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. Miami Carol City HS 32 James O Neill TE R-Fr./So. rand Haven, Mich. rand Haven HS 68 Cody Cielenski DT So./Jr. Downers rove, Ill. North HS Caleb Clark QB So./Jr. Calgary, Alberta Bow Valley HS 61 Nick Clemens OL R-Fr./So. Waunakee, Wisc. Waunakee HS 8 Darrell Copeland LB Sr./5th Jonesboro, a. Jonesboro HS 24 Bobby Crawford RB R-Fr./So. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Saint Thomas Aquinas HS 92 Kevin Cyrille DT Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 90 Zach Davidson DE Jr./Sr. Racine, Wis. Washington Park HS 35 Nick Davis ^ WR Fr./Fr. Kalamazoo, Mich. Kalamazoo Central HS 9 Louis Delmas FS Jr./Jr. North Miami Beach, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 36 Jaron Deshazor RB Fr./Fr. Portage, Mich. Portage Central HS 28 Keith Dixson CB Fr./Fr. Flint, Mich. Harmony PS 15 Andy Dorcely CB So./So. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 73 Josh Droppers OL Fr./Fr. Kalamazoo, Mich. Portage Northern HS 59 Dustin Duclo LB Jr./Sr. Southgate, Mich. Anderson HS 76 Steve Ellingsen OT Jr./Jr. Crown Point, Ind. Crown Point HS Kirk Elsworth RB Jr./Jr. oodrich, Mich. oodrich HS 98 Cory Flom N Jr./Sr. Prior Lake, Minn. Academy of Holy Angels 6 Londen Fryar CB Jr./Sr. Jobstown, N.J. Holy Cross HS 29 Scott ajos SS Jr./Sr. Warren, Mich. Fitzgerald HS 38 Anthony ebhart FS Sr./5th Addison, Ill. Lake Forest College 55 Dezmond ray DT Sr./5th Detroit, Mich. Cass Technical HS 69 Tom Harrington LS So./So. Chicago, Ill. St. Rita HS 3 Tim Hiller QB So./Jr. Orrville, Ohio Orrville HS 31 Nick Hunter SS Fr./Fr. College Park, a. Benjamin E. Banneker HS 79 Jonathan Jack OL Fr./Fr. Matteson, Ill. Marian Catholic HS 67 Rob Johnson OT Jr./Sr. rand Blanc, Mich. rand Blanc HS 17 Mike Jones K Sr./5th Miami Shores, Fla. Monsignor Pace HS 11 Schneider Julien WR Jr./Jr. Miami, Fla. Foothill CC 80 Fernand Kashama LB Jr./Sr. Toronto, Ontario Notre Dame SS 41 Dan Krasinski LB So./Jr. Mattawan, Mich. Mattawan HS 78 Robbie Krutilla C Sr./5th Summit, Ill. Mount Carmel HS 39 Jim Laney P Sr./5th Toledo, Ohio St. Francis de Sales HS 56 Andy Laue O So./Jr. Barrington, Ill. Barrington HS 5 Deshon Lawrence WR Fr./Fr. College Park, a. Westlake HS 82 Branden Ledbetter TE Jr./Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas HS 25 David Lewis CB Fr./Fr. Deerfi eld Beach, Fla. Deerfi eld Beach HS 72 Anthony Parker OL Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. North Miami Beach HS 14 Thomas Peregrin QB Sr./Sr. Sparks, Nev. Bakersfi eld CC 58 Lee Pethan OL Fr./Fr. Hilbert, Wis. Hilbert HS 53 Matt Pickens LB R-Fr./So. Bloomfi eld, Mich. Brother Rice HS 51 Harrison Porter LB Fr./Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dillard HS 35 Austin Pritchard LB Jr./Jr. Lebanon, Ohio Lebanon HS 95 Chris Pyant DT R-Fr./So. Farmington Hills, Mich. Harrison HS 80 James Randall ^ TE So./Jr. Vernon Hills, Ill. Vernon Hills HS Dennis Reedy QB Jr./Sr. South Lyon, Mich. South Lyon HS 19 Cornelius Robinson LB Jr./Sr. Atlanta, a. Booker T. Washington HS 93 John Russell DT Jr./Jr. Loganville, a. The Hun School 23 Nic Saad FB Sr./5th Clinton Township, Mich. Chippewa Valley HS 87 Keith Schultz TE Sr./5th Almont, Mich. Almont HS 27 Jamarko Simmons WR Jr./Sr. Flint, Mich. Central HS arrett Sosnovich LB Jr./Jr. Clarendon Hills, Ill. Hinsdale Central HS 46 Desman Stephen CB Jr./Sr. Flint, Mich. Central HS 84 Matt Stevens TE So./Jr. Wheaton, Ill. Warrenville South HS 65 Phillip Swanson OL R-Fr./So. rand Haven, Mich. rand Haven HS 22 lenis Thompson RB So./So. West Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach Lake HS 64 Schyler Truesdell O Jr./Sr. Hazel Crest, Ill. Mt. Carmel HS 41 Dylan VanFossen ^ K Fr./Fr. Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion HS 43 Tyler VanZandt ^ WR R-Fr./So. Pleasant Lake, Mich. Northwest HS 99 Nick Varcadipane DT Jr./Sr. Totowa, N.J. Passaic Valley HS 45 Shaun Vernon LB Fr./Fr. Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion HS 42 Mitch Vorick ^ LB Fr./Fr. Mattawan, Mich. Mattawan HS Dervon Wallace CB Fr./Fr. Stone Mountain, a. Tower HS 63 Paul Wasikowski C So./Jr. Cudahy, Wis. Cudahy HS 97 Andrew Wersel DE Fr./Fr. Mason, Ohio Moeller HS 2 Brandon West RB So./So. Brunswick, a. Camden County HS 83 Jordan White WR R-Fr./So. North Ridgeville, Ohio North Ridgeville HS 16 Anthony Williams DE R-Fr./So. Miami, Fla. Miami Edison HS 62 Matt Williams O Sr./Sr. Fishers, Ind. Hamilton Southeastern HS 26 C.J. Wilson SS Jr./Sr. Chicago, Ill. North Chicago HS 85 Joel Workman TE Fr./Fr. Howe, Ind. Lakeland HS 47 Jonathan Wright SS So./Jr. rosse Pointe, Mich. University Liggett HS Letters earned ^ Duplicate Number HS = High School; CC = Community College; JC = Junior College; SS = Secondary School; PS = Prep School; MS = Military School WMU FOOTBALL PRONUNCIATION UIDE Antwain Allen AN twan Mark Berghuis BUR gice Cody Cielenski see uh LEN skee Bill Cubit Q bit Kevin Cyrille sir ILL Tim Daoust DOWST Andy Dorcely DOR slee Dustin Duclo Kyle Ferrell Scott ajos Fernand Kashama Scott Kavanagh Robbie Krutilla Andy Laue Deshon Lawrence rant Nemeth DOO klo FAIR uhl UY us kuh SHAH muh KAV uh naugh kroo TILL uh Lau ee deh SHAWN NEh meth Juan Nunez Thomas Peregrin Lee Pethan Nic Saad arrett Sosnovich Nick Varcadipane Dervon Wallace Paul Wasikowski Andrew Wersel NOON yez PAIR eh grin PET on SAD SOZ no vitch var KAD eh pain der VON WAHS eh kow skee WER sul 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 13 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

14 1 E.J. BIERS 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS HB Tackles 8 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Passes Defl ected 2, 2x - last at Indiana (9/2/06) Passes Defended 2, 2x - last at Indiana (9/2/06) Interceptions 1, 4x - last v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Interception Return Yards 6 v Temple (9/23/06) Longest Interception Return 6 v Temple (9/23/06) Longest Kick Return 14 at Central Michigan (11//06) Passing Attempts 1 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Completions 1 v Cincinnati (TD) (1/6/07) Yards 76 v Cincinnati (TD) (1/6/07) Touchdowns 1 v Cincinnati (TD) (1/6/07) Longest Completion 76 v Cincinnati (TD) (1/6/07) 7 HERB MARTIN WR Receptions 5 v Miami (11/4/06) Receiving Yards 71 v Northern Illinois (/14/06) Receiving TDs 1, 4x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Longest Reception 52 at Akron (11/24/06) Rushing Attempts 1, 3x - last at Florida State (11/18/06) Rushing Yards 1 v Miami (11/4/06) Longest Run 1 v Miami (11/4/06) Passing Attempts 1 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Tackles 1 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) 2 BRANDON WEST RB 9 LOUIS DELMAS FS Rushing Attempts 22 at Central Michigan (11//06) Rushing Yards 117 at Central Michigan (11//06) Rushing TDs 1, 3x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Longest Run v Temple (9/23/06) 0-yd Rushing ames 2 (2-06) Receptions 6 at Ohio (/7/06) Receiving Yards 53 at Ohio (/7/06) Longest Reception 24 at Ohio (/7/06) Longest Kick Return 65 at Florida State (11/18/06) Tackles 1 v Northern Illinois (/14/06) Tackles 12 at Bowling reen (/22/05) Tackles for Loss 1.0, 3x - last at Northern Illinois (11/23/05) Sacks 1.0 v Kent State (/29/05) Fumble Recoveries 1, 2x - last v Ball State (/8/05) Interceptions 1, 7x - last v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Interception Return Yards 28 v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Longest Interception Return 28 v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Passes Defl ected 2 at Indiana (9/2/06) Passes Defended 3 at Indiana (9/2/06) 3 TIM HILLER QB Passing Attempts 31 at Eastern Michigan (11/5/05) Completions 23 at Eastern Michigan (11/5/05) Yards 8 v Ball State (/8/05) Touchdowns 5 v Ball State (/8/05) Longest Completion 89 at Bowling reen (TD) (/22/05) Rushing Attempts at Bowling reen (/22/05) Rushing Yards 38 at Bowling reen (/22/05) Rushing TDs 1 v Ball State (/8/05) Longest Run 13 v Kent State (/29/05) 11 JULIEN SCHNEIDER WR 6 LONDEN FRYAR CB 14 THOMAS PERERIN QB Tackles 8 at Central Michigan (11//06) Tackles for Loss 1.5 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Sacks 1.0 v Toledo (9/9/06) Blocked Kicks 2 at Indiana (9/2/06) Forced Fumbles 1 at Florida State (11/18/06) Passes Defl ected 1, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Passes Defended 1, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Passing Attempts 12 at Indiana (9/2/06) Completions 9 at Indiana (9/2/06) Yards 51 at Indiana (9/2/06) Touchdowns 2 v Toledo (9/9/06) Longest Completion 19 at Virginia (9/16/06) 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 14 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

15 15 ANDY DORCELY Tackles 3 v Temple (9/23/06) 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS HB 21 ANTWAIN ALLEN SS Tackles 16 at Eastern Michigan (11/5/05) Tackles for Loss 0.5, 2x - last v Kent State (/29/05) Passes Defl ected 2 v Ball State (/8/05) Passes Defended 2 v Ball State (/8/05) 17 MIKE JONES K 22 LENIS THOMPSON FS Field oals 1 v Temple (9/23/06) Points 3 v Temple (9/23/06) Longest Field oal 22 v Temple (9/23/06) Kick Offs 44 (05) Kick Off Yards 2,590 (05) Touchbacks 12 (05) OB Kicks 2 (05) Tackles 1, 2x - last v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Rushing Attempts 6, 2x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Rushing Yards 31 at Central Michigan (11//06) Longest Run 15 at Ball State (/21/06) 18 DREW BURDI QB 23 NIC SAAD FB Receptions 1, 5x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Receiving Yards 5 at Central Michigan (11//06) Longest Reception 5 at Central Michigan (11//06) Receiving TDs 1, 2x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) Tackles 3 v Buffalo (/5/05) Longest Kick Return at Virginia Tech (9/11/04) 19 CORNELIUS ROBINSON CB 26 C.J. WILSON SS Tackles 4 v Buffalo (/1/05) Tackles for Loss 1.0 at Ball State (/21/06) Sacks 1.0 at Ball State (/21/06) QB Hurries 1 at Temple (9/24/05) Interceptions 1 at Virginia (TD) (9/3/05) Interception Return Yards 55 at Virginia (9/3/05) Longest Interception Return 55 at Virginia (TD) (9/3/05) Tackles 9, 2x - last at Ball State (/21/06) Tackles for Loss 1.0, 2x - last at Northern Illinois (11/23/05) Forced Fumbles 1 v Buffalo (/1/05) Interceptions 1, 5x - last v Miami (11/4/06) Interception Return Yards 66 at Ohio (/7/06) Longest Interception Yards 66 at Ohio (TD) (/7/06) QB Hurries 1 at Bowling reen (/22/05) Passes Defl ected 1 at Central Michigan (11//06) Passes Defended 1, 2x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 15 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

16 27 JAMARKO SIMMONS Receptions 13 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Receiving Yards 172 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Longest Reception 76 v Cincinnati (TD) (1/6/07) Receiving TDs 1, 2x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) 0-Yd Receiving ames 2, last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Rushing Attempts 3 v Kent State (/29/05) Rushing Yards 15, 2x - last at Florida State (11/18/06) Longest Run 13 at Florida State (11/18/06) Longest Kick Return 26 at Virginia (9/3/05) Tackles 2 v Southern Illinois (9/24/05) Forced Fumbles 1 at Toledo (9//05) Punt Block TD Return 1 at Toledo (9//05) 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS WR 39 JIM LANEY P Punts 9 v Kent State (/29/05) Yards 396 v Kent State (/29/05) Punt Average 45.0 at Ball State (/21/06) Longest Punt 65 v Ball State (/8/05) Touchbacks 3 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Fair Catches 2 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Punts + 3 v Kent State (/29/05) Punts Inside 3, 4x - last v Temple (9/23/06) 34 MARK BONDS RB Rushing Attempts 32 v Northern Illinois (/14/06) Rushing Yards 142 v Miami (11/4/06) Rushing TDs 2 v Temple (9/23/06) Longest Run 57 v Toledo (9/9/06) 0-yd Rushing ames 5 (1-05; 4-06) Receptions 4, 2x - last v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Receiving Yards 32 v Toledo (9/9/06) Longest Reception 22 at Ball State (/21/06) Longest Kick Return 45 at Bowling reen (11/6/04) 41 DYLAN VANFOSSEN K 35 AUSTIN PRITCHARD LB Tackles 14 v Ball State (/8/05) Tackles for Loss 2.0 v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) Sacks 1.5 v Buffalo (/1/05) Forced Fumbles 1, 2x - last v Kent State (/29/05) QB Hurries 1 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Interceptions 1 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Interception Return Yards 12 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Longest Interception Return 12 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Passes Defl ected 1, 2x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) Passes Defended 1, 2x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) 43 BOSTON McCORNELL LB 38 ANTHONY EBHART FS Tackles 9 at Virginia (9/16/06) Tackles for Loss 1.0 at Virginia (9/16/06) Interceptions 1 at Central Michigan (11//06) Interception Return Yards 23 at Central Michigan (11//06) Longest Interception Return 23 at Central Michigan (11//06) Kickoff Returns 3 at Central Michigan (11//06) Kickoff Return Yards 49 at Central Michigan (11//06) Longest Kickoff Return 31 at Central Michigan (11//06) 46 DESMAN STEPHEN CB Tackles 4 at Ohio (/7/06) Interceptions 1 at Virginia (TD) (9/16/06) Interception Return Yards 34 at Virginia (TD) (9/16/06) Longest Interception Return 34 at Virginia (TD) (9/16/06) Passes Defl ected 1 at Central Michigan (11//06) Passes Defended 1, 2x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 16 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

17 48 JUSTIN BRASKA 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS DE Tackles 3 at Ball State (/21/06) Tackles for Loss 1.0, 3x - at Akron (11/24/06) Sacks 1.0, 3x - at Akron (11/24/06) 56 ANDY LAUE ames Played 13 (06) ames Started 3 (06) Plays 375 (06) LT ARRETT SOSNOVICH LB 59 DUSTIN DUCLO LB Tackles 2 v Ball State (/8/05) Tackles 11 at Eastern Michigan (11/5/05) Tackles for Loss 2.5 at Akron (11/24/05) Sacks 1.0, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/05) Forced Fumbles 1, 3x - last at Florida State (11/18/06) Fumble Recoveries 2 at Florida State (11/18/06) Interceptions 2 v Southern Illinois (9/17/05) Passes Defl ected 1, 3x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Passes Defended 2 v Southern Illinois (9/17/05) 51 HARRISON PORTER LB 60 NICK MITCHELL L 54 RE MARSHALL LB Tackles 14 at Temple (9/24/05) Tackles for Loss 1.0, 3x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Sacks 1.0, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Forced Fumbles 1 at Bowling reen (/22/05) 61 NICK CLEMENS R 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 17 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

18 62 MATT WILLIAMS ames Played 13 (06) ames Started 13 (06) Plays 794 (06) 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS R 68 CODY CIELENSKI N Tackles 1, 3x - last v Temple (9/23/06) Tackles for Loss 0.5 at Virginia (9/16/06) Sacks 0.5 at Virginia (9/16/06) 63 PAUL WASIKOWSKI C 69 TOM HARRINTON LS ames Played 12 (06) Plays 133 (06) Tackles 3 v Miami (11/4/06) 65 PHILLIP SWANSON L 71 BRIAN BAILEY LS 67 ROB JOHNSON ames Played 11 (06) ames Started (06) Plays 555 (06) LT 72 ANTHONY PARKER RT 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 18 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

19 75 JAMES BLAIR ames Played 13 (06) ames Started (06) Plays 655 (06) 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS RT 83 JORDAN WHITE WR 78 ROBBIE KRUTILLA C 86 KELLY MARTIN WR ames Played 13 (06) ames Started 13 (06) Plays 852 (06) Receptions 2, 2x - last at Indiana (9/2/06) Receiving Yards 17 at Indiana (9/2/06) Longest Reception 11 at Indiana (9/2/06) 81 JUAN NUNEZ WR 87 KEITH SCHULTZ TE Receptions 3 v Northern Illinois (/14/06) Receiving Yards 31 at Ball State (/21/06) Receiving TDs 1, 3x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Longest Reception 31 at Ball State (/21/06) Longest Kick Return 7 at Indiana (9/2/06) Tackles 1 at Akron (11/24/06) 82 BRANDEN LEDBETTER TE Receptions 9 v Miami (11/4/06) Receiving Yards 1 v Miami (11/4/06) Receiving TDs 2 v Miami (11/4/06) 0-Yd Receiving ames 1 v Miami (11/4/06) Longest Reception 81 at Ball State (TD) (/21/06) Longest Kick Return 14 at Toledo (8//05) Tackles 2 v Miami (11/4/06) 88 ANTHONY MIDDLETON TE 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 19 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

20 90 ZACH DAVIDSON Tackles 7 at Ohio (/7/06) Tackles for Loss 2.5 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Sacks 2.5 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Forced Fumbles 1, 3x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Fumble Recoveries 1, 2x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) QB Hurries 2 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Interceptions 1, 2x - last v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Interception Return Yards 31 v Kent State (/29/05) Longest Interception Return 31 v Kent State (TD) (/29/05) Passes Defl ected 1 at Central Michigan (11//06) Passes Defended 1, 9x - last at Central Michigan (11//06) 07 BRONCO BIO QUICK HITS DE 99 NICK VARCADIPANE DT Tackles 9, 3x - last at Bowling reen (/22/05) Tackles for Loss 2.5 v Buffalo (/1/05) Sacks 2.0 v Buffalo (/1/05) Interceptions 1 v Central Michigan (11//05) QB Hurries 1, 3x - last at Ball State (/21/06) Passes Defl ected 1, 4x - last v Miami (11/4/06) Passes Defended 1, 4x - last v Miami (11/4/06) Fumble Recoveries 1 v Miami (11/4/06) Blocked Kicks 1, 3x - last v Eastern Michigan (/28/06) 91 RANT NEMETH DT Tackles 1, 3x - last v Cincinnati (1/6/07) 96 MARK BERHUIS Tackles 3 v Cincinnati (1/6/07) Tackles for Loss 1.0 v Temple (9/23/06) DE 98 CORY FLOM N Tackles 8 at Central Michigan (11//06) Tackles for Loss 1.5 v Central Michigan (11/12/05) Sacks 1.0 v Toledo (9/9/06) Blocked Kicks 2 at Indiana (9/2/06) Forced Fumbles 1 at Florida State (11/18/06) Passes Defl ected 1, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/06) Passes Defended 1, 2x - last at Akron (11/24/06) 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

21 07 PRESEASON HONORS & RANKINS Antwain Allen No. free safety in the nation (Phil Steele s) E.J. Biggers Honorable Mention All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (The Sporting News) Best Cover Man (The Sporting News) First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) Mark Bonds Third-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) James Blair Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) Bill Cubit Best Coach (The Sporting News) Zach Davidson Third-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Louis Delmas First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (The Sporting News) First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) Projected Defensive Player of the Year (The Sporting News) Best Defensive Player (The Sporting News) No. 21 free safety in the nation (Phil Steele s) Londen Fryar First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (Street & Smith s) First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) No. 34 cornerback in the nation (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (Blue Ribbon) Tim Hiller Third-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) No. 32 quarterback in the nation (Phil Steele s) Robbie Krutilla Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) No. 12 center in the nation (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (Blue Ribbon) Rimington Trophy Watch List Outland Trophy Watch List Branden Ledbetter Fourth-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) All-Mid-American Conference (Blue Ribbon) John Mackey Trophy Watch List Herb Martin First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) Jamarko Simmons Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Most Physical Receiver (The Sporting News) Nick Varcadipane First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Brandon West Third-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) First-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) All-Mid-American Conference (Blue Ribbon) Matt Williams Fourth-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) C. J. Wilson Honorable Mention All-Mid-American Conference (Phil Steele s) Second-Team All-Mid-American Conference (Athlon Sports) Predicted 07 Finish (by publication) Blue Ribbon Street & Smith s Sporting News Athlon Sports Lindy s Phil Steele s MAC Report Online MNMA Rookie Rankings - Vandelay Sports Top-Five MAC Recruits by Position: TE Anthony Middleton (1) DL Andy Wersel (3) DB David Lewis (2) Top-15 MAC JUCO/Transfers/Prep: WR Schneider Julien (1) Top-25 MAC Freshmen: TE Anthony Middleton (14) DE Andy Wersel (16) Top- MAC Freshmen Sleepers : DE Alvin Almicar (9) 3rd-West 2nd-West 1st-West 2nd-West 2nd-West 2nd-West 1st-West 1st-West ONES TO WATCH A pair of Broncos have been named to preseason national award watch lists: Robbie Krutilla, C, Sr. Outland; Rimington Branden Ledbetter, TE, Jr. John Mackey We will follow their progress throughout the season on their way to helping WMU towards its ultimate goal of a Mid-American Conference Championship. ROBBIE KRUTILLA SR., CENTER SUMMIT, ILL WVU IU MIZZOU CCSU TOLEDO AKRON NIU BSU EMU CMU IOWA TEMPLE BRANDEN LEDBETTER JR., TIHT END FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA WVU IU MIZZOU CCSU TOLEDO AKRON NIU BSU EMU CMU IOWA TEMPLE S P PLAYS REC YDS TDs 07 WESTERN MICHIAN FOOTBALL AME NOTES 21 WEEK 1 #3 WEST VIRINIA SEPT. 1 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM

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