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      CAPSULE                   ‘04 SEASON                                                                    Camp Randall
       RECAP                    STORYLINES                                                                    Stadium Has New
                                                                                                              Look; Renovation
    Wisconsin finished the           Wisconsin’s
                                                                                                              Continues Into ‘05
2004 season with a 9-3 over-    nine-win season tied
all record and 6-2 mark         for the fourth-win-                                                              One of the nation’s most
(3rd) in the Big Ten. The       ningest campaign in                                                           noteworthy college football
Badgers concluded the sea-      school history. The                                                           facilities is in the midst of a
son with a 24-21 loss to        Badgers had one                                                               $107 million facelift.
Georgia in the Outback          eight-win season                                                                 Wisconsin’s Camp
Bowl in Tampa, Fla., on Jan.                                                                                  Randall Stadium, built in
                                (1942) from 1906-92.
1, 2005.                                                                                                      1917, already has undergone
    UW was ranked 17th in       Since 1993
                                                                                                              several noticeable changes,
the final Associated Press      Wisconsin has aver-
                                                                                                              including the addition of 72
top-25 poll and 18th            aged 8.1 victories per                                                        suites, 260 Buckingham
according to the ESPN/USA       season, including the                                                         Club seats and 625 Varsity
Today coaches poll. It was      only three 10-win                                                             Club seats; the enclosure of
the first time since 2000       campaigns (1993,                                                              the south endzone seating
that the Badgers finished in    1998 and 1999) in                                                             (4,300 additional seats); an
the top 25 and the first time                                                                                 office building (known as
                                school history.
since 1999 that Wisconsin                                     Defensive end Erasmus James became              Kellner Hall) for the UW
ended a season in the top                                     Wisconsin’s first consensus All-American        Department of Athletics that
20.                                  The Badgers                                                              is built into the southeast
                                                              since 2000. He was named Big Ten Defensive
    The Badgers won their       played in their 10th          Player of the Year and Big Ten Defensive        corner of the stadium; a
first nine games in 2004        bowl game in the              Lineman of the Year.                            huge north end scoreboard
(including road wins at         past 12 years.                                                                with video capabilities, as
18th-ranked Ohio State and      Michigan and Ohio                                                             well as smaller video/score-
fifth-ranked Purdue) and                                                                                      boards in the SE and SW
                                State are the only other Big Ten schools that can make that
elevated themselves to a No.                                                                                  corners of the stadium.
4 national ranking in both
                                claim.
                                                                                                                 The renovation continues
the polls following their 38-                                                                                 as concourses are widened,
14 victory at home over             Wisconsin rose to No. 4 in the nation according to the                    restrooms and concessions
Minnesota on Nov. 6.            coaches and media polls after its victory over Minnesota. It                  areas are added and fan
Through nine games,             was UW’s highest ranking since 2000.                                          amenities are increased.
Wisconsin was leading the
nation in scoring defense
(9.1 ppg), was third in total   2004 RESULTS
defense and had allowed         Date     Opponent (A.P./Coaches)      Live TV             Time/Score       Highlight
just nine touchdowns,
fewest in the country.          S 4      UCF                          ESPN                W 34-6           Stocco 2 TD passes, 1 TD run
    Wisconsin finished the      S 11     UNLV                         ESPN                W 18-3           UNLV limited to 174 total yards
regular-season campaign
                                S 18     at Arizona                   FSN                 W 9-7            Stanley rushes for 135 yds. and TD
with back-to-back losses at
Michigan State and Iowa.        S 25     PENN STATE                   ESPN                W 16-3           Bernstein 123 rushing yds.
The loss to the Hawkeyes        O 2      ILLINOIS                     None                W 24-7           A. Davis 213 yds., 3 TDs
prevented the Badgers from
winning their fourth Big
                                O 9      at Ohio State (18/15)        ABC                 W 24-13          OSU gains 49 yds. in second half
Ten title under Coach Barry     O 16     at Purdue (5/5)              ESPN2               W 20-17          UW erases 17-7 4th-quarter deficit
Alvarez.                        O 23     NORTHWESTERN                 ESPN                W 24-12          UW wins minus 3 starters on “D”
    The season featured
Alvarez’s 100th win at          O 30     BYE
Wisconsin, as well as several   N 6      MINNESOTA                    ABC                 W 38-14          Stocco 2 TD runs, 1 TD pass
individual honors for           N 13     at Michigan State            ABC                 L 14-49          MSU 551 yards in total offense
Badger players, including
DE Erasmus James, the           N 20     at Iowa (17/17)              ESPN                L 7-30           UW limited to 186 yards in offense
Badgers’ first consensus All-   J 1      vs. Georgia (8/7)            ESPN                L 21-24          UW 2nd-half comeback falls short
American since 2000.            All times Central




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         NOTEBOOK
BADGER                                                                                               It happened previously for
                                                                                                     the Badgers at Purdue in
                                                                                                     1951.

                                                                                                          Wisconsin registered 23
                                                                                                     shutout quarters in 2004
                                                                                                     after totaling just 10
    Wisconsin’s nine-game                                                                            shutout quarters all of the
winning streak to start the
                                 Badger Defense Among Nation’s Best                                  2003 season. The 1998
season, snapped at                                                                                   Badgers accumulated the
                                    Wisconsin’s defense enjoyed one of the best seasons in school
Michigan State, tied for the     history, ranking highly in NCAA and Big Ten statistics. Here’s
                                                                                                     most shutout quarters of
longest in school history.       where the UW ranked nationally and in the Big Ten in several        the Alvarez era with 27.
                                 defensive categories in 2004 ...
    Wisconsin’s win over                                                                                 Wisconsin’s opponents
Minnesota gave the Badgers       Category          Avg.             NCAA          Big Ten            ran the ball 387 times in
an undefeated and untied         Total             291.2            9th           1st                2004, but only 14 of those
                                 Pass Effic.       100.1            5th           2nd                attempts went for more
home record for just the
                                 Scoring           15.4 ppg         6th           2nd
second time (1998) since                                                                             than 20 yards.
                                 Passing Yds.      167.2            7th           2nd
1962.                            Rushing           124.0            31st          3rd
                                                                                                         Wisconsin’s entire 2004
     The Badgers allowed                                                                             football season was sold out
just 45 points in six home      to have won at least eight          observance of Yom Kippur);       before it began for the first
games (7.5 per game). That      games in at least eight dif-        and Anthony Davis ran for        time ever. The Badgers have
is the top such mark at UW      ferent seasons since 1993.          213 yards vs. Illinois, 168 at   ranked 19th or better in
during the Alvarez era and                                          Ohio State, 117 vs.              national attendance average
the third-best for the               All three of Wisconsin’s       Northwestern, 124 vs.            in each of the past 12 sea-
Badgers since 1945. The         road victories in 2004 were         Minnesota and 128 at             sons.
1950 and 1951 teams each        comeback efforts. UW                Michigan State.
allowed 5.2 ppg at home.        entered the fourth quarter                                                Wisconsin has drawn a
                                of its Sept. 18 game at                  The Badgers enjoyed a       crowd of at least 70,000
     Wisconsin’s 86 offen-      Arizona trailing 7-0 before         considerable time-of-posses-     fans to 75 consecutive
sive plays and 525 yards of     winning 9-7. The Badgers            sion advantage in 2004 and       home games. Among those
total offense against           fell behind 10-0 early at           lead the Big Ten in that cat-    75 games, 65 have been
Minnesota on Nov. 6 were        Ohio State on Oct. 9, but           egory, averaging 33:40 per       sellouts. The listed capacity
both season highs. The          won 24-13. Wisconsin                game. Wisconsin’s posses-        for Camp Randall Stadium
yardage total was               trailed 17-7 with less than         sion time of 44:31 in the        in 2004 was 81,318. The
Wisconsin’s highest since it    six minutes left to play at         win over Minnesota was the       crowd of 83,069 vs.
had 630 yards against           Purdue before leaving West          best such figure of the          Minnesota on Nov. 6 is a
Michigan State on Nov. 15,      Lafayette with a 20-17 vic-         Alvarez era. The previous        stadium record.
2003. The number of plays       tory on Oct. 16.                    high was 41:53 at Penn
run was the most since the                                          State in 2001.                        Wisconsin allowed 22
Badgers had 87 offensive             Wisconsin’s win at                                              quarterback sacks in 2004,
snaps at Ohio State on Oct.     Ohio State was its third                 The Badgers limited         fifth in the Big Ten. On the
2, 1999.                        straight in Columbus. UW            their first six opponents to     other side of the ledger, the
                                is the first team to do that        fewer than 100 yards rush-       Badger defense was second
     The Badgers entered        since Illinois won four             ing in 2004 (first time that     in the conference with 34
the Minnesota game on           straight at OSU between             has happened in the              QB sacks, just one behind
Nov. 6 averaging 21.1           1988-94. It is the first time       Alvarez era). Purdue (132        Purdue.
points per game. Wisconsin      in UW history that the              yards), Northwestern (149),
led the Golden Gophers          Badgers have won three              Michigan State (430) and             Wisconsin opened its
21-0 after the first quarter.   straight in Columbus.               Georgia (196) all eclipsed       2004 fall training camp
                                                                    the 100-yard mark on the         with its leading rusher from
     Wisconsin started the          Ohio State joined               ground against the Badgers.      each of the past three sea-
Minnesota game on Nov. 6        Arizona as Wisconsin oppo-          UW limited Minnesota, the        sons (Anthony Davis in
with five straight scoring      nents who failed to enter           Big Ten’s No. 1 (and             2001 and 2002, and
drives (four touchdowns         the “red zone” against the          nation’s No. 5) rushing          Dwayne Smith in 2003)
followed by a field goal). It   Badgers this season.                offense, to just 73 yards.       heading a deep and talent-
was the first time the                                                                               ed group in the backfield.
Badgers scored on at least           Three different Badgers             The Badgers tied Big        Smith, however, was discov-
five consecutive drives since   rushed for 100 yards in             Ten and school single-game       ered to have a career-ending
they scored on six straight     2004. Booker Stanley had a          records with two safeties        heart ailment, while Davis
vs. Indiana in 1999.            career-high 135 yards at            against UNLV on Sept. 11.        sustained an eye injury in
                                Arizona; Matt Bernstein car-        It was the first time that       the second quarter of the
     Wisconsin, Michigan,       ried for a career-high 123          happened for a Big Ten           season-opener that kept
Ohio State and Penn State       yards vs. Penn State (after         school since Minnesota did       him out of action for the
are the only Big Ten schools    fasting for 24 hours in             it against Indiana in 1981.      next 3 1/2 games.
     UW in 2004 Polls            Alvarez Joins Big                                                           Red Zone
                                 Ten’s 100-win Club                                                          Statistics
 Date         AP Coaches
 Preseason   21st   22nd            Barry Alvarez guided                                                     Wisconsin
 Aug. 29      NA    22nd         Wisconsin to his 100th win on                                               Times in Red Zone: 43
 Sept. 7     21st   22nd         Sept. 4, joining only nine other                                            Times Scored: 31
 Sept. 12    20th    21st        coaches who have won at least                                               Percentage: .721
 Sept. 19    20th   20th         100 games at one Big Ten insti-                                             Touchdowns (R-P): 15-8
 Sept. 26    20th   20th         tution. The list (below) includes
 Oct. 3      15th   16th                                                                                     Field Goals: 8
                                 victories earned only during the
 Oct. 10     10th   12th         years that a coach was actually
 Oct. 17      6th     7th        with a school competing as a
                                                                                                             Opponents
 Oct. 24      6th     6th                                                                                    Times in Red Zone: 26
                                 member of the Big Ten
 Oct. 31      5th     4th        Conference.                                                                 Times Scored: 20
 Nov. 7       4th     4th           Alvarez owns a 108-70-4                                                  Percentage: .769
 Nov. 14      9th     9th        career mark with the Badgers,                                               Touchdowns (R-P): 5-7
 Nov. 21     20th   18th         including a 7-3 record in bowl                                              Field Goals: 8
 Nov. 28     17th   17th         games (3-0 at the Rose Bowl).
 Dec. 5      16th   16th
 Jan. 4      17th   18th                                                                                     Average Starting
                                                                                                             Field Position
                                BIG TEN 100-WIN CLUB
Consequently, sophomore         Coach, School                            Years          Wins                 For Wisconsin
Booker Stanley, true fresh-     Woody Hayes, Ohio State                  1951-78         205                 UCF: own 37
men Jamil Walker and                                                                                         UNLV: own 38
                                Amos Alonzo Stagg, Chicago*              1896-1932       199
Chris Pressley, and junior                                                                                   Arizona: own 28
Matt Bernstein shouldered       Bo Schembechler, Michigan                1969-89         194                 Penn State: own 39
the load until Davis’ return.   Fielding Yost, Michigan                  1901-23, 25-26 165                  Illinois: own 25
                                Hayden Fry, Iowa                         1979-98         143                 Ohio State: own 31
                                                                                                             Purdue: own 25
                                Henry Williams, Minnesota                1900-21         136                 Northwestern: own 32
                                Robert Zuppke, Illinois                  1913-41         131                 Minnesota: own 31
                                John Cooper, Ohio State                  1988-2000       111                 Michigan State: own 28
                                                                                                             Iowa: own 31
                                Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State          1954-72         109                 Georgia: own 33
                                BARRY ALVAREZ, WISCONSIN                 1990-present    108                 Season Average: own 31.5
                                Joe Paterno, Penn State                  1993-present     96
                                Lloyd Carr, Michigan                     1995-present     94                 For Opponents
                                                                                                             UCF: own 25
                                                                                                             UNLV: own 18
                                *Stagg actually had a total of 243 wins at Chicago from 1892-1932.
                                                                                                             Arizona: own 25
                                However, the school did not start competition as a Big Ten member until      Penn State: own 30
                                the conference was formed in 1896.                                           Illinois: own 31
                                                                                                             Ohio State: own 29
                                                                                                             Purdue: own 29
                                BIG TEN CAREER RUSHING LEADERS                                               Northwestern: own 26
                                Despite missing 11 full games due to injuries during his career,             Minnesota: own 21
                                Wisconsin senior Anthony Davis made a serious dent in the Big Ten’s          Michigan State: own 20
                                career rushing yardage list. Just the 13th player in conference history to   Iowa: own 46
                                rush for 4,000 yards, he finished only 324 yards short of becoming the       Georgia: own 28
                                fourth player in Big Ten history to rush for 5,000 yards. He finished as     Season Average: own 27.3
                                the conference’s fifth-leading career rusher.
                                                                                                             Points Off
                                Player, School                           Years                     Yards     Turnovers
                                Ron Dayne, Wisconsin                     1996-99                   7,125
                                Archie Griffin, Ohio State               1972-75                   5,589                     For      For
                                Anthony Thompson, Indiana                1986-89                   5,299                     UW      Opp
                                                                                                             UCF                7        0
                                Lorenzo White, Michigan State            1984-87                   4,887     UNLV              11        3
                                ANTHONY DAVIS, WISCONSIN                 2001-04                   4,676     Arizona            0        0
                                Darrell Thompson, Minnesota              1986-89                   4,654     Penn State        10        0
                                                                                                             Illinois           0        7
                                Damien Anderson, Northwestern            1998-01                   4,485
                                                                                                             Ohio State         7        0
                                Anthony Thomas, Michigan                 1997-00                   4,472     Purdue             6        3
                                Jamie Morris, Michigan                   1984-87                   4,393     Northwestern       7        0
                                Tico Duckett, Michigan State             1989-92                   4,212     Minnesota          0        0
                                                                                                             Mich. State        7        0
                                Tyrone Wheatley, Michigan                1991-94                   4,178     Iowa               0       13
                                Sedrick Shaw, Iowa                       1993-96                   4,156     Georgia           11        0
                                                                                                             Season Total      66       26
                           NOTES ON KEY PLAYERS
28 Anthony Davis, RB, Sr., 5-8, 192, Plainfield, N.J.                      son alongside Hawthorne ... played in 42 of a possible 51 career
Consensus 2nd-team All-Big Ten in 2004 ... carried 201 times for 973       games, including 37 starts ... made 100 total tackles in his career.
yards and 11 TDs in 2004 ... fifth-leading rusher in Big Ten history
and No. 2 in school history with 4,676 yards despite missing 11            92 Jonathan Welsh, DL, Sr., 6-4, 233, Houston, Texas
games due to injuries ... 42 career TDs are third-most in school his-      Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... made 27 total
tory ... 24 career 100-yard rushing performances, including five 200-      tackles in 2004 ... played in 47 of a possible 51 games during his
yard games.                                                                career, including 25 starts ... 22 career TFLs.

7     John Stocco, QB, So., 6-2, 200, Richfield, Minn.                     41 Mark Zalewski, LB, So., 6-2, 232, Wausau, Wis.
First year as starter in 2004 ... engineered team to 9-3 record ... com-   Honorable mention All-Big Ten (media) in 2004 ... first-year starter
pleted 169-321 (.526) passes for 1,999 yards (seventh-most in school       tied for team lead with 11.5 TFLs and was fifth on team with 55
history), nine TDs and seven INTs ... named Big Ten Offensive Player       total stops ... career-high 3.5 TFLs in win over Northwestern Oct. 23.
of the Week after he rushed for two TDs and threw for 297 yards and
one TD vs. Minnesota on Nov. 6.                                            14 Dontez Sanders, LB, Jr., 6-1, 208, Bedford, Ohio
                                                                           Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... team’s leading
1    Brandon Williams, WR, Jr., 5-11, 175, St. Louis, Mo.                  tackler (76) ... 10 TFLs and 5.5 QB sacks ... first-year starter ... career-
Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... team’s leading         high 13 tackles vs. Illinois on Oct. 2 and first career interception in
receiver with 42 catches for 517 yards ... 143 career receptions are       win over Northwestern on Oct. 23.
No. 2 in school history and are just 32 behind Lee Evans’s school
record of 175 ... 1,829 career receiving yards rank seventh in school      2    Scott Starks, DB, Sr., 5-10, 173, St. Louis, Mo.
history ... 84 career kickoff returns for 1,733 yards (just 45 yards       Named Jimmy Demetral Team MVP ... first-team All-Big Ten by
behind Nick Davis’s school record of 1,778 yards).                         coaches and second-team All-Big Ten by media ... 10 passes defend-
                                                                           ed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries ... named national
11 Owen Daniels, TE, Jr., 6-3, 235, Naperville, Ill.                       and Big Ten defensive player of the week after he returned a fumble
Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... team’s second-         40 yards for game-winning TD at fifth-ranked Purdue on Oct. 16
leading receiver with 25 catches for 391 yards and two TDs ... career      (that play was selected by fans’ vote as the Pontiac Game Changing
highs of four receptions and 72 yards in win at Ohio State on Oct. 9       Play of the Year in college football for 2004) ... played in all 51
... 52-yard TD reception in season-opener vs. UCF.                         games during his career, including 48 starts (tied for fourth-most of
                                                                           Alvarez era) ... 52 passes defended rank third in school history ...
72 Joe Thomas, OL, So., 6-8, 295, Brookfield, Wis.                         seven career pass interceptions.
Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... first-team
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 5 choice (as selected by           18 Jim Leonhard, DB, Sr., 5-8, 186, Tony, Wis.
CoSIDA).                                                                   Played in all 51 games during his career, including 39 starts ... start-
                                                                           ed every game his last three seasons ... 21 career interceptions are
67 Dan Buenning, OL, Sr., 6-4, 320, Green Bay, Wis.                        tied with Jamar Fletcher for most all-time at UW and are tied for
2004 first-team All-America choice by Pro Football Weekly and sec-         fourth-most in Big Ten history ... 50 passes defended rank fourth in
ond-team All-American according to Associated Press ... honorable          school history ... 281 tackles are 21st in UW history ... Big Ten’s
mention All-American by SI.com ... consensus first-team All-Big Ten        career leader in punt return yardage with 1,347 ... 105 punt returns
... winner of UW’s 2004 Wayne Souza Coaches Appreciation Award             are school record and third-most in conference history ... school-
... started 49 of 51 career games, including the last 36 straight ...      record 12.8-yard punt return average ... finalist for the inaugural
only offensive linemen Chris McIntosh and Bill Ferrario (50 starts         Ronnie Lott Trophy in 2004 and semifinalist for Thorpe Award in
apiece) started more games than Buenning in the Alvarez era.               ‘04 ... 2004 first-team All-America choice of Pro Football Weekly, sec-
                                                                           ond-team choice by Walter Camp and honorable mention All-
53 Donovan Raiola, OL, Jr., 6-3, 294, Honolulu, Hawaii                     American by SI.com ... 2004 consensus first-team All-Big Ten ... first-
Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... two-year               team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American (as selected by
starter at center.                                                         CoSIDA) ... one of 15 recipients of National Football Foundation
                                                                           $18,000 Postgraduate Scholarship ... Academic All-Big Ten in 2004
50 Jonathan Clinkscale, OL, Sr., 6-3, 303, Altadena, Calif.                for third straight season.
Second-team All-Big Ten by coaches and honorable mention All-Big
Ten by media in 2004 ... played in 50 of possible 51 games during          6    Brett Bell, DB, Jr., 6-0, 200, Wheaton, Ill.
his career, including 44 starts.                                           Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches) in 2004 ... team high-tying
                                                                           13 passes defended in 2004 ... team’s third-leading tackler with 64 ...
90 Erasmus James, DL, Sr., 6-4, 263, Pembroke Pines, Fla.                  tied for team lead with three interceptions ... starter all season at
UW’s first consensus All-American since 2000 ... finalist for the          cornerback.
Nagurski, Bednarik, Lombardi and Hendricks Awards ... named
national defensive lineman of the year by the Touchdown Club of            94 Ken DeBauche, P, Fr., 6-2, 212, Suamico, Wis.
Columbus, Ohio ... consensus first-team All-Big Ten ... named Big          First-year starter averaged 41.8 yards on 57 attempts ... average tied
Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Big Ten Defensive Lineman of          for fifth-best in Big Ten and was best at UW since Kevin Stemke won
the Year ... winner of UW’s Jay Seiler Coaches Appreciation Award ...      the Ray Guy Award with a 44.5-yard norm in 2000 ... dropped 17
led team with eight QB sacks and tied for team lead with 11.5 TFLs         punts inside opponent 20-yard line ... averaged at least 42 yards per
... twice named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week in 2004.              punt in five of last six games, including 44.3-yard average on seven
                                                                           punts in Outback Bowl.
77 Anttaj Hawthorne, DL, Sr., 6-3, 305, Hamden, Conn.
2004 honorable mention All-American by SI.com ... consensus first-         10 Taylor Mehlhaff, K, Fr., 5-11, 177, Aberdeen, S.D.
team All-Big Ten in 2004 ... tied for team lead with 11.5 TFLs and         True freshman handled kickoffs all season ... recorded 18 touchbacks
was second with six QB sacks ... played in 50 of a possible 51 games       ... left-footed ... opponents’ average starting field position was 22-
during his career, including 42 starts ... started his last 41 straight    yard line.
games ... 42.5 career TFLs.

74 Jason Jefferson, DL, Sr., 6-3, 306, Chicago, Ill.
Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2004 ... starter all sea-
             2004 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                             Rushing       Passing             Total       1st     3rd-Dn.        4th-Dn.               Punt      Kick                      Time
Team (A.P. Rank) Score       Att.-Yd.-TD   C- A-Int.-TD-Yds.   Offense     Dns.    Conv.          Conv.        Punt     Ret.      Ret.     Fum.   Pen.      Poss.
Wisconsin (21)      34       49-230-2      9-20-0-2-170        69-400      23      6-14 (42.9)    2-3 (66.7)   3-39.3   4-17.0    2-28.5   4-1    3-15      31:49
UCF                  6       35-53-0       13-24-1-0-177       59-230      11      6-16 (37.5)    0-0 (---)    8-41.1   0-0       3-14.7   1-1    5-39      28:11

Wisconsin (21)     18        44-145-0      14-24-1-1-131       68-276      16      6-17 (35.3)    1-3 (33.3)   5-42.4   4-17.0    3-13.0   1-0    3-29      35:59
UNLV                3        27-72-0       13-29-0-0-102       56-174      11      1-13 (07.7)    0-1 (00.0)   9-41.6   0-0       1-25.0   1-0    9-64      24:01

Wisconsin (20)      9        46-146-1      12-24-0-0-116       70-262      18      6-15 (40.0)    3-4 (75.0)   4-42.8   3-15.3    1-2.0    2-2    6-36      33:36
Arizona             7        33-96-0       9-15-0-1-103        48-199      12      2-11 (18.2)    0-0 (---)    7-42.3   0-0       1-21.0   1-0    5-50      26:24

Wisconsin (20)     16        46-130-1      12-29-2-0-150       75-280      17      5-16 (31.3)    1-1 (100.0) 6-41.2    4-12.2    1-10.0   1-1    8-61      37:23
Penn State          3        26-70-0       6-23-1-0-87         54-157      9       1-13 (07.7)    0-1 (00.0) 9-38.9     1-0.0     4-18.0   1-1    4-25      22:37

Wisconsin (20)     24        50-258-3      9-20-0-0-99         70-357      18      9-17 (52.9)    1-1 (100.0) 5-38.6    3-14.0    2-17.5   1-1    6-46      34:09
Illinois            7        27-42-0       20-41-0-1-164       68-206      16      8-18 (44.4)    0-0 (---)   8-44.6    5-7.6     4-21.5   2-1    5-46      25:51

Wisconsin (15)     24        48-184-1      15-24-0-2-160       72-344      19      5-15 (33.3)    0-2 (00.0)   7-39.7   3-6.0     2-30.0   1-0    2-30      36:29
Ohio State (18)    13        25-99-0       15-31-0-0-125       56-224      12      4-14 (28.6)    0-0 (---)    8-41.1   4-19.0    4-25.2   3-2    7-59      23:31

Wisconsin (10)     20        30-84-1       17-32-1-1-211       62-295      16      6-14 (42.9)    0-0 (---)   6-44.5    1-4.0     3-22.0   3-0    10-90     27:26
Purdue (5)         17        40-132-1      25-45-1-1-235       85-367      26      9-18 (50.0)    1-1 (100.0) 4-35.0    3-5.0     3-31.3   4-2    8-84      32:34

Wisconsin (6)      24        53-208-2      13-21-1-1-178       74-386      19      8-15 (53.3)    1-2 (50.0)   3-47.0   4-7.0     1-19.0   1-1    4-35      33:12
Northwestern       12        36-149-1      16-37-1-1-185       73-334      23      5-15 (33.3)    1-2 (50.0)   6-35.2   1-10.0    1-0.0    0-0    2-16      26:48

Wisconsin (5)      38        60-228-4      19-26-0-1-297       86-525      28      11-17 (64.7)   2-2 (100.0) 1-42.0    4-5.5     2-19.5   1-0    1-5       44:31
Minnesota          14        18-73-1       17-34-0-1-258       52-331      13      2-10 (20.0)    1-3 (33.3) 5-43.8     0-0       4-18.5   1-1    6-38      15:29

Wisconsin (4)      14        41-217-2      21-39-0-0-179       80-396      23      6-17 (35.3)    0-2 (00.0) 8-37.2     3-15.3    5-20.6   1-1    4-30      32:50
Michigan State     49        44-430-3      10-20-1-3-121       64-551      21      4-10 (40.0)    1-1 (100.0) 4-51.0    3-14.3    3-20.3   0-0    4-45      27:10

Wisconsin (9)       7        30-41-1       18-39-2-0-145       69-186      15      7-18 (38.8)    2-5 (40.0) 3-34.3     2-20.5    4-20.5   3-2    3-21      26:16
Iowa (17)          30        39-76-0       15-24-3-3-186       63-262      14      5-15 (33.3)    2-2 (100.0) 3-44.7    0-0       1-37.0   0-0    5-55      33:44

Wisconsin (16)     21        35-60-0       12-27-0-1-170       62-230      14      3-14 (21.4)    1-1 (100.0) 7-44.3    3-11.3    5-9.8    2-2    7-45      30:55
Georgia (8)        24        37-196-1      19-41-2-2-264       78-460      21      6-17 (35.3)    1-1 (100.0) 6-33.2    5-9.0     4-12.2   1-1    8-85      29:05



2004 WISCONSIN PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Opponent                 Offense                        Defense                   Special Teams                   Scout Offense              Scout Defense
UCF                      Jonathan Clinkscale            Def. Line                 Joe Stellmacher                 Luke Swan                  Joshua Neal
UNLV                     Darrin Charles                 Erasmus James             Jim Leonhard                    Brian Calhoun              Nick Sutton
                                                        Scott Starks
Arizona                  Booker Stanley                 Erasmus James             Zach Hampton                    Randy Gyllin               Jason Chapman
                                                        Scott Starks
Penn State               Matt Bernstein                 Erasmus James             Scott Starks                    Joe Walker                 Ben Strickland
                                                        Jim Leonhard
Illinois                 Anthony Davis                  Anttaj Hawthorne          Scott Starks                    Craig Meier                Adam Purcell
                         Dan Buenning                   Dontez Sanders
Ohio State               Anthony Davis                  Anttaj Hawthorne          Scott Starks                    Kurt Ware                  Victor Meckstroth
                         John Stocco                    Brett Bell
Purdue                   John Stocco                    Robert Brooks             Ken DeBauche                    Brandon Tobias             Lyle Maiava
                         Brandon Williams               Jason Jefferson
Northwestern             Darrin Charles                 Mark Zalewski             Jason Pociask                   Derek Konkol               Nick Sutton
                         Dan Buenning                   Jim Leonhard              Taylor Mehlhaff
                                                                                  Ben Strickland
Minnesota                John Stocco                    Joe Monty                 Taylor Mehlhaff                 Dywon Rowan                Mike Newkirk
                         Matt Bernstein                 Jamal Cooper
Michigan State           None                           None                      Zach Hampton                    Kraig Urbik                Jammar Crane
Iowa                     Jonathan Clinkscale            Jim Leonhard              Zach Hampton                    Dave Peck                  Ben Strickland
                                                  BARRY ALVAREZ
                          Head Coach and Director of Athletics
UW IN THE                                          HEAD COACHING RECORD
ALVAREZ ERA WHEN ...
                                                                        OVERALL      BIG TEN      Big
in Camp Randall Stadium: 62-31-3                   Year    School       W L T        W L T        Ten    Bowl Results
in road/neutral sites: 46-39-1                     1990    Wisconsin     1 10 0       0 8 0       10th   –––
on artificial turf: 84-49-3                        1991    Wisconsin     5  6 0       2 6 0       T8th   –––
on natural grass: 24-21-1                          1992    Wisconsin     5  6 0       3 5 0       T6th   –––
in overtime games: 3-2                             1993    Wisconsin    10  1 1       6 1 1       T1st   Rose (defeated UCLA 21-16)
in day games: 92-65-4                              1994    Wisconsin     8  3 1       5 2 1       3rd    Hall of Fame (def. Duke 34-20)
in night games: 16-5                               1995    Wisconsin     4  5 2       3 4 1       T7th   –––
                                                   1996    Wisconsin     8  5 0       3 5 0       7th    Copper (defeated Utah 38-10)
                                                   1997    Wisconsin     8  5 0       5 3 0       5th    Outback (lost to Georgia 33-6)
on ABC: 14-18-1
                                                   1998    Wisconsin    11  1 0       7 1 0       T1st   Rose (defeated UCLA 38-31)
on ESPN: 29-16
                                                   1999    Wisconsin    10  2 0       7 1 0       1st    Rose (defeated Stanford 17-9)
on ESPN2: 15-7
                                                   2000    Wisconsin     9  4 0       4 4 0       5th    Sun (defeated UCLA 21-20)
on CBS: 1-0
                                                   2001    Wisconsin     5  7 0       3 5 0       T8th   –––
                                                   2002    Wisconsin     8  6 0       2 6 0       T8th   Alamo (def. Colorado 31-28 OT)
vs. A.P. ranked teams: 20-34-1                     2003    Wisconsin     7  6 0       4 4 0       T7th   Music City (lost to Auburn 28-14)
UW is ranked higher: 34-7-1                        2004    Wisconsin     9  3 0       6 2 0       3rd    Outback Bowl (lost to Georgia 24-21)
UW is ranked lower: 10-26-1                        Total               108 70 4      60 57 3             Bowl Record: 7-3

in games decided by less than 4 points: 19-15-4    ALVAREZ NOTES
UW scores first: 79-24-2
opponent scores first: 29-46-2                     In 2004 ...
leading after 1 quarter: 63-15-1
leading at halftime: 85-12                         •   named 2004 AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year.
leading after 3 quarters: 89-8-3                   •   semifinalist for the 2004 George Munger national coach of the year award,
                                                       presented by the Maxwell Football Club.
UW outrushes opponent: 91-21-4                     •   became just the 10th coach in Big Ten history to guide one conference
UW is outrushed: 17-49                                 institution to at least 100 victories (his 100th win came in the season-
UW has 50 or more rushes: 56-5                         opener vs. UCF).
UW has less than 50 rushes: 52-64-4                •   one of only two Division I head football coaches also serving as director of
UW outpasses opponent: 45-26-1                         athletics (UAB’s Watson Brown is the other).
UW is outpassed: 63-44-3
UW has 25 or more passes: 29-53-3                  Career ...
UW has less than 25 passes: 79-17-1
UW has more total offense: 79-13-2                 •   winningest coach in school history.
UW has less total offense: 29-57-2                 •   his teams have won at least a share of three Big Ten titles since 1993.
UW has fewer turnovers: 67-21-1
                                                   •   coached the five winningest teams in the modern era at Wisconsin.
UW has more turnovers: 18-34-1
                                                   •   won back-to-back league titles in 1998 and 1999. UW hadn’t done that since
equal turnovers: 23-15-2
                                                       1896-97.
UW has greater time of possession: 82-29-3
                                                   •   coached five national award winners, (Ron Dayne: Heisman Trophy, Doak
UW has less time of possession: 26-41-1
                                                       Walker, Maxwell; Jamar Fletcher: Jim Thorpe and Kevin Stemke: Ray Guy).
                                                   •   only coach in Big Ten history to win the Rose Bowl in back-to-back years.
UW scores more than 20 points: 86-21-2
UW scores 20 or less points: 22-49-2
                                                   •   UW has attracted more than six million fans to Camp Randall Stadium during
UW allows more than 20 points: 27-58-2
                                                       his 14-plus-year tenure and sold more than 50,000 season tickets 11 years in
UW allows 20 points or less: 81-12-2                   succession, including more than 68,000 this year (a school record).
UW has 100-yard rusher: 83-29-4                    •   joined Ohio State’s Woody Hayes as the only coaches in Big Ten history to win
UW has 200-yard passer: 30-18-1                        at least three Rose Bowls.
UW rushes for more than 300 yds: 24-2              •   owns a 7-3 career bowl record, including a perfect 3-0 mark at the Rose Bowl.
UW rushes for 250-99 yds: 16-2-1                   •   built a fan base so large, that Wisconsin has played before crowds of at least
UW rushes for 200-49 yds: 19-3-2                       70,000 in Camp Randall Stadium 75 games in a row.
opp. rushes for less than 100 yds: 39-7-2          •   led the UW to 10 bowls in 12 seasons after the school qualified for only six
opp. rushes for 101-25 yds: 25-4                       bowls in the previous 103 years.
                                                   •   coached seven consensus first-team All-Americans (Tom Burke, Ron Dayne,
in August/September: 46-14-1                           Jamar Fletcher, Aaron Gibson, Chris McIntosh, Cory Raymer and Erasmus
in October: 31-29-1                                    James).
in November: 23-25-2                               •   received Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Univ. of Nebraska (2003).
in December/January: 8-3                           •   Alvarez’s family includes wife, Cindy; son, Chad; daughters Dawn (Mrs. Brad
                                                       Ferguson) and Stacy (Mrs. Mike Delzer); grandsons Joe and Jake Ferguson,
                                                       Jackson Delzer and granddaughter Grace Delzer.
             2004 BADGER STARTING LINEUPS
OFFENSE
Player           UCF          UNLV         Arizona    Penn St.     Illinois     Ohio St.     Purdue       Nwstn.       Minn.        Mich. St.    Iowa         Georgia
QB               Stocco       Stocco       Stocco     Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco       Stocco
RB               A. Davis     Stanley      Stanley    Stanley      A. Davis     A. Davis     A. Davis     A. Davis     A. Davis     A. Davis     Bernstein    A. Davis
FB               Bernstein    Bernstein Bernstein     Bernstein    Bernstein    Bernstein    Bernstein    Pociask*     Bernstein    Bernstein    Pociask*     Bernstein
WR               Williams     Williams Williams       Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams     Williams
WR               Pociask*     Orr          Daniels    Pociask*     Charles      Charles      Charles      Charles      Charles      Charles      Charles      Charles
TE               Paciotti     Paciotti     Pociask    Paciotti     Paciotti     Paciotti     Paciotti     Paciotti     Daniels**    Paciotti     Paciotti     Daniels**
LT               Thomas       Thomas       Thomas     Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas       Thomas
LG               Buenning     Buenning Buenning       Buenning     Buenning     Beunning     Buenning     Buenning     Buenning     Buenning     Buenning     Buenning
C                Raiola       Raiola       Raiola     Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola       Raiola
RG               Clinkscale   Clinkscale Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale   Clinkscale
RT               M. Davis     Lorenz       Lorenz     Lorenz       M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis     M. Davis
*second tight end             **third wide receiver

DEFENSE
Player          UCF           UNLV        Arizona     Penn St.     Illinois     Ohio St.     Purdue       Nwstn.       Minn.        Mich. St.    Iowa         Georgia
LE              James         James       James       James        James        James        James        Monty        Monty        James        James        James
LT              Hawthorne     Hawthorne   Hawthorne   Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne    Hawthorne
RT              Jefferson     Jefferson   Jefferson   Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson    Jefferson
RE              Welsh         Welsh       Welsh       Welsh        Welsh        Welsh        Welsh        Cooper       Welsh        Welsh        Welsh        Welsh
SLB             Zalewski      Zalewski    Zalewski    Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski     Zalewski
MLB             Cribbs        Cribbs      Cribbs      Cribbs       Cribbs       Cribbs       Crooks       Crooks       Crooks       Cribbs       Crooks       Crooks
WLB             Sanders       Sanders     Sanders     Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders      Sanders
LC              Starks        Starks      Starks      Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks       Starks
SS              J. White      J. White    Brooks      Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks       Brooks
FS              Leonhard      Leonhard    Leonhard    Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard     Leonhard
RC              Bell          Bell        Bell        Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell         Bell
UW’S LONG PLAYS OF 2004
                                                  ‘04 UW SCORING DRIVES
Scrimmage plays that gained at least 20 yds.
                                                Opp.           Qtr   Plays   Yds   T.O.P.   Result   How
Type            UW            Opp.
Runs            15            14
                                                UCF            1     9       52    3:37     TD       A. Davis 8 run
Passes          25            25                UCF            1     8       31    2:54     FG       Allen 40 FG
                                                UCF            2     6       50    2:00     TD       Orr 16 pass from Stocco
Yds.     Description                            UCF            2     2       24    0:24     FG       Allen 29 FG
52-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. UCF
                                                UCF            3     11      66    6:03     TD       Stocco 2 run
45-R     A. Davis at Michigan State
44-R     Donovan vs. UCF
                                                UCF            4     6       80    2:37     TD       Daniels 52 pass from Stocco
43-P     Stocco to Orr vs. Minnesota
42-P     Stocco to Williams vs. Minnesota       UNLV           4     16      91    7:15     TD       Charles 5 pass from Stocco
39-P     Stocco to Williams vs. Georgia
36-P     Stocco to Williams vs. Penn State
                                                Arizona        4     10      56    4:43     TD       Stanley 7 run
33-P     Stocco to Charles vs. Northwestern
33-R     A. Davis at Purdue
                                                Arizona        4     16      72    7:26     FG       Allen 23 FG
31-R     A. Davis at Ohio State
31-P     Stocco to Daniels at Ohio State        Penn   State   1     8       44    3:23     TD       Stocco 5   run
31-R     A. Davis vs. Illinois                  Penn   State   2     10      37    4:43     FG       Allen 39   FG
30-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. Georgia
                                                Penn   State   2     4       5     1:57     FG       Allen 38   FG
30-P     Stocco to Williams vs. UCF
27-P     Stocco to Pociask vs. Minnesota
                                                Penn   State   3     17      73    7:59     FG       Allen 26   FG
27-P     Stocco to Paciotti vs. Minnesota
27-R     A. Davis vs. Illinois                  Illinois       2     9       73    4:13     TD       A. Davis 16 run
26-R     A. Davis vs. Illinois                  Illinois       2     12      58    5:46     FG       Allen 48 FG
25-R     A. Davis vs. Georgia
                                                Illinois       3     8       70    4:48     TD       A. Davis 7 run
25-P     Stocco to Charles vs. Northwestern
25-P     Stocco to Williams vs. Northwestern
                                                Illinois       4     9       70    4:14     TD       A. Davis 31 run
25-R     Williams vs. Northwestern
25-P     Stocco to Charles at Purdue            Ohio   State   2     5       54    2:26     TD       A. Davis 31 run
24-P     Stocco to Charles vs. Minnesota        Ohio   State   2     7       78    3:02     TD       Charles 8 pass from Stocco
23-P     Stocco to B. White at Michigan State
                                                Ohio   State   3     13      72    6:17     FG       Allen 26 FG
23-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. Minnesota
23-P     Stocco to Williams at Purdue
                                                Ohio   State   4     3       17    1:34     TD       Orr 10 pass from Stocco
23-P     Stocco to Daniels at Ohio State
23-R     Stanley at Arizona                     Purdue         2     10      78    4:21     TD       A. Davis 6 run
23-R     Ja. Walker vs. UNLV                    Purdue         4     7       73    2:31     TD       Stanley 7 pass from Stocco
23-R     Ja. Walker vs. UNLV
22-P     Stocco to Williams at Michigan State
22-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. Illinois
                                                N’western      1     11      56    5:21     FG       Allen 29 FG
22-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. UNLV             N’western      2     11      72    4:44     TD       Daniels 4 pass from Stocco
21-R     A. Davis vs. Minnesota                 N’western      2     9       71    4:29     TD       A. Davis 7 run
21-P     Stocco to Charles vs. Northwestern     N’western      3     7       66    2:40     TD       A. Davis 1 run
21-R     A. Davis vs. Illinois
21-P     Stocco to Daniels vs. Illinois
21-R     A. Davis vs. UCF
                                                Minnesota      1     9       80    2:42     TD       Stocco 1 run
20-P     Stocco to Charles vs. Georgia          Minnesota      1     12      66    6:20     TD       Orr 17 pass from Stocco
                                                Minnesota      1     5       69    2:28     TD       A. Davis 1 run
                                                Minnesota      2     7       65    2:16     TD       A. Davis 1 run
R=run     P=pass     TDs in bold
                                                Minnesota      2     11      66    5:14     FG       Allen 41 FG
                                                Minnesota      3     15      80    7:34     TD       Stocco 2 run
LONGEST PLAYS OF 2004
Rush: 45, A. Davis at Michigan State            Mich. State    1     3       65    0:59     TD       A. Davis 45 run
Pass: 52, Stocco vs. UCF                        Mich. State    2     10      66    4:58     TD       Bernstein 9 run
Punt Return: 38, Leonhard vs. UCF
Kick Return: 46, Williams at Ohio State
Int. Return: 25, Leonhard vs. Penn State
                                                Iowa           2     10      43    4:38     TD       Stanley 4 run
Fum. Return: 40 (TD), Starks at Purdue
Punt: 57, DeBauche at Arizona                   Georgia        1     4       -6    1:12     FG       Allen 46 FG
Field Goal: 48, Allen vs. Illinois              Georgia        2     6       22    2:19     FG       Allen 44 FG
                                                Georgia        3     8       88    3:17     TD       Charles 19 pass from Stocco
         INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD)
Player        UCF           UNLV          Ariz.          Penn St.       Illinois       Ohio St.      Purdue         Nwstn.        Minn.         Mich. St. Iowa               Georgia
Bernstein     6-17-0        1-0-0         2-0-0          27-123-0       13-37-0        5-25-0        1-3-0          2-8-0         11-37-0       3-20-1         11-28-0       1-2-0
Davis, A.     13-78-1       DNP           DNP            DNP            27-213-3       39-168-1      18-66-1        31-117-2      31-124-2      21-128-1       DNP           21-79-0
Donovan       4-64-0        DNP           DNP            DNP                           DNP           DNP            DNP           1-11-0        4-27-0         DNP           2-15-0
Pressley      8-22-0                                                    3-14-0         DNP                                                                     DNP           DNP
Randle El     3-14-0        2-12-0        3-6-0          1(-9)-0        1(-1)-0        DNP                                                      1-7-0
Stanley       12-47-0       22-49-0       30-135-1       10-9-0         DNP            DNP           5-14-0         15-50-0       5-11-0        5-19-0         10-12-1       1-4-0
Stocco        3(-12)-1      2(-3)-0       4-7-0          3(-3)-1        2-0-0          4(-9)-0       5-2-0          4-8-0         7-19-2        6-9-0          8-2-0         8(-40)-0
Walker        DNP           16-88-0       5-0-0          3-13-0         DNP            DNP           DNP            DNP           2-1-0                        DNP           DNP
Williams                                                                1(-1)-0                                     1-25-0        2-26-0        1-7-0          1(-1)-0       2(-1)-0
CAREER HIGHS (in yards): Matt Bernstein (123 vs. Penn State, 9/25/04) • Anthony Davis (301 vs. Minnesota, 11/23/02) • Tyler Donovan (64 vs. UCF, 9/4/04) • Chris Pressley (22 vs.
UCF, 9/4/04) • Marcus Randle El (14 vs. UCF, 9/4/04) • Booker Stanley (135 at Arizona, 9/18/04) • John Stocco (19 vs. Minnesota, 11/6/04) • Jamil Walker (88 vs. UNLV, 9/11/04) •
Brandon Williams (26 vs. Minnesota, 11/6/04)

Receiving (Rec.-Yds.-TD)
Player          UCF           UNLV          Ariz.          Penn St.        Illinois      Ohio St.       Purdue        Nwstn.        Minn.          Mich. St. Iowa               Georgia
Bernstein                                   2-27-0                                       1-9-0          1-3-0                       1-8-0          1-4-0        3-17-0
Charles         1-12-0        1-5-1         1-10-0                                       4-30-1         2-43-0        4-83-0        2-32-0         5-48-0       2-18-0          3-52-1
Daniels         1-52-1        2-40-0        2-12-0         1-14-0          2-43-0        4-72-0         2-36-0        1-4-1         4-39-0         4-36-0                       2-43-0
Davis, A.       1-12-0        DNP           DNP            DNP             3-37-0        1-2-0          1-15-0                      1-2-0          2-9-0        DNP             4-19-0
Orr             3-42-1        1-13-0        1-15-0         2-16-0          1-6-0         1-10-1                                     3-68-1         1-7-0
Paciotti                                    1-9-0                                                       1-4-0                       1-27-0
Pociask                                                    2-14-0                        1-19-0                                     1-27-0
Randle El       1-6-0                                                                                                                              1-1-0
Stanley         1-16-0        5-36-0        2-13-0         2-13-0          DNP                          1-7-1         2-21-0                       1-11-0       4-29-0
White                         2-12-0        2-24-0         2-29-0          1-6-0                        2-19-0                      1-7-0          3-32-0       4-42-0
Williams        1-30-0        3-25-0        1-6-0          3-64-0          2-7-0         3-18-0         7-84-0        6-70-0        5-87-0         3-31-0       5-39-0          3-56-0
CAREER HIGHS (in yards): Matt Bernstein (28 vs. Purdue, 10/18/03) • Darrin Charles (83 vs. Northwestern, 10/23/04) • Owen Daniels (72 at Ohio State, 10/9/04) • Anthony Davis (37 vs.
Illinois, 10/2/04) • Jonathan Orr (150 at UNLV, 8/31/02) • Tony Paciotti (27 vs. Minnesota, 11/6/04) • Jason Pociask (27 vs. Minnesota, 11/6/04) • Marcus Randle El (6 vs. UCF, 9/4/04) •
Booker Stanley (36 vs. UNLV, 9/11/04) • Brandon White (42 at Iowa, 11/20/04) • Brandon Williams (125 vs. West Virginia, 9/7/02)

Passing
                                      STOCCO                                 DONOVAN
Opponent                              C-A Pct. Yds.          TD Int.         C-A Pct. Yds.           TD Int.
UCF                                   8-18 .444 164           2    0          1-2 .500   6            0    0
UNLV                                 14-24 .583 131           1    1         DNP
at Arizona                           12-24 .500 116           1    0         DNP
Penn State                           12-29 .414 150           0    2         DNP
Illinois                              9-20 .450  99           0    0          0-0   .--- 0            0      0
at Ohio State                        15-24 .625 160           2    0         DNP
at Purdue                            17-32 .531 211           1    1         DNP
Northwestern                         13-21 .619 178           1    1         DNP
Minnesota                            16-26 .731 297           1    0          0-0   .--- 0            0      0
at Michigan State                    20-38 .526 178           0    0          1-1 1.000  1            0      0
at Iowa                              18-38 .474 145           0    2         DNP
vs. Georgia                          12-27 .444 170           1    0          0-0   .--- 0            0      0

CAREER HIGHS (in yards): John Stocco (297 vs. Minnesota, 11/6/04) • Tyler Donovan (6 vs. UCF, 9/4/04)
         INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Tackles (Solo-Assisted-Total)
Player        UCF             UNLV           Ariz.          Penn St.       Illinois       Ohio St.       Purdue          Nwstn.         Minn.          Mich. St.      Iowa         Georgia
Barrett                       0-1-1                                                                                      0-1-1
Bell          3-0-3           1-0-1          6-0-6          3-3-6          3-0-3          5-1-6          5-1-6           5-1-6          4-3-7          6-1-7          2-2-4        8-1-9
Brooks                                       1-3-4          1-2-3          3-5-8          2-2-4          4-4-8           5-1-6          3-2-5          3-5-8          2-1-3        6-4-10
Charles                                                                                                                  1-0-1
Cooper        2-1-3                          1-0-1          1-0-1          1-0-1                         1-2-3           2-2-4          1-0-1          0-2-2          0-1-1        1-0-1
Cowans        2-0-2                          1-0-1          0-1-1          1-2-3          1-0-1          1-0-1                                                                     0-1-1
Cribbs        4-2-6           6-2-8          4-1-5          2-0-2          2-8-10         0-1-1                                         2-2-4          1-1-2
Crooks        0-2-2                          1-0-1          1-0-1          0-1-1          0-1-1          2-3-5           3-3-6          1-0-1                         2-11-13      1-6-7
Daniels                                                                    1-0-1                         1-1-2           0-1-1                                                     1-0-1
Goode                                                                                                                    0-1-1
Gorman        0-1-1                                                                                                      1-1-2
Hampton       1-0-1                                         1-0-1                                                        1-0-1                         1-0-1
Hawthorne     2-1-3           0-1-1          4-0-4          1-1-2          1-2-3          3-2-5          2-0-2           3-2-5          0-2-2          3-1-4          2-6-8        2-1-3
Hayden                                                                                                                                                 0-1-1
Hubbard                                                                                                                                                                            1-0-1
James         2-2-4           2-2-4          4-1-5          4-1-5          0-1-1          6-0-6          2-0-2                                         2-1-3          3-1-4        2-0-2
Jefferson     2-0-2           1-3-4          1-1-2          0-1-1                         3-1-4          4-0-4                          2-0-2          0-1-1          0-2-2        1-2-3
Joran         1-0-1           0-1-1
Kamoku                                                      0-1-1          0-1-1          0-1-1                                                        1-0-1
Katula                                                                                    0-1-1          1-0-1                                                                     2-0-2
Kelly                                                                                                    1-0-1
Leonhard      6-1-7           2-4-6          3-0-3          2-1-3          3-1-4          4-2-6          4-1-5           4-5-9          3-0-3          5-4-9          4-6-10       4-3-7
Mehlhaff                                                                                  0-1-1                                                                       0-1-1
Monty                         0-1-1          1-0-1          0-3-3          0-2-2                                         1-1-2          1-3-4          0-1-1          2-1-3        1-0-1
Ostrowski     0-1-1           1-0-1                                                       1-0-1                          1-1-2
Paciotti                                                                                                                 0-1-1                                                     0-1-1
Pociask                                                                    0-1-1          0-1-1          0-1-1                                                                     1-0-1
Rogers                                                                     0-1-1
Rowan                                                                      1-0-1          1-0-1          6-1-7                                         1-1-2          0-1-1
Sanders       1-2-3           1-6-7          4-2-6          2-2-4          6-7-13         1-4-5          7-2-9           3-3-6          3-2-5          3-7-10         4-3-7        0-1-1
Starks        2-0-2           4-1-5          2-0-2          1-1-2          7-1-8          4-0-4          8-1-9           1-2-3          3-1-4          1-0-1          0-1-1        3-1-4
Stellmacher   1-1-2                                         1-0-1                                        3-1-4           1-1-2          1-0-1
Strickland                    1-0-1                         0-1-1                         0-1-1          1-1-2                                         0-1-1                       1-1-2
Thomas                                                      1-0-1                                                                                                     1-0-1        1-0-1
Ware                                                                                                                                                   0-1-1
Watkins       3-3-6                                                                       0-1-1                                                                                    1-1-2
Welsh         1-0-1           0-2-2          3-1-4          1-1-2          1-2-3          1-0-1          1-0-1                                         1-4-5          3-1-4        3-1-4
White, B.                                                   0-1-1
White, J.     3-4-7           2-0-2                         0-1-1          1-0-1                         0-1-1                                         1-0-1          3-1-4
Williams                                                    1-0-1                                                                                                     1-0-1
Zalewski      1-1-2           4-2-6          1-1-2          5-1-6          2-3-5          1-2-3          3-0-3           5-3-8          2-1-3          3-2-5          1-5-6        2-4-6


Tackles For Loss (No.-Yards)
Player        UCF             UNLV           Ariz.          Penn St.       Illinois       Ohio St.       Purdue          Nwstn.         Minn.          Mich. St.      Iowa         Georgia
Bell                                                        1.5-3
Brooks                                       1-1                                                                         1-2                                                       1-1
Cooper        1-8                            1-9            1-4                                          1-1                            1-12
Cribbs        2-6                                           1-2            0.5-4
Crooks        0.5-1                                                                                                                                                   1-6
Gorman        0.5-0
Hawthorne                                    3-7                                          1-7            1-5             2-4                           2-6            1.5-10       1-4
James         2-9             1-4            3-26           2-19                          2-5            1-6                                                          1-7
Jefferson     1-7             1-3                           0.5-0                         1-4            1-2                                                          0.5-0
Joran         1-1
Monty                                                                                                                    1-5
Ostrowski                                                                                 1-3
Sanders       1-2             0.5-1                         0.5-1          2.5-17         0.5-1          2-8                            1-9                           2-9
Starks                        2-12           1-1                           1-3
Stellmacher                                                                                                              0.5-2
Welsh                                        2-15           0.5-1                                        1-9                                           1-0                         1-1
Zalewski      1-2             1.5-2          1-1            1-8            1-3            0.5-2                          3.5-9                         2-8                         1-1
QB Sacks: Cooper (1-8 vs. UCF, 1-4 vs. Penn State); Crooks (1-6 at Iowa); Hawthorne (1-7 at Ohio State, 1-5 at Purdue, 1-2 vs. Northwestern, 1-3 at Michigan State, 1-9 at Iowa, 1-4 vs.
Georgia); James (1-7 vs. UCF, 2-25 at Arizona, 2-19 vs. Penn State, 1-4 at Ohio State, 1-6 at Purdue, 1-7 at Iowa); Jefferson (1-7 vs. UCF, 1-4 at Ohio State, 1-2 at Purdue); Monty (1-5 vs.
Northwestern); Ostrowski (1-3 at Ohio State); Sanders (2-12 vs. Illinois, 1-3 at Purdue); Sanders (0.5-1 at Ohio State, 1-9 vs. Minnesota, 1-8 at Iowa); Starks (1-10 vs. UNLV); Welsh (1-13 at
Arizona, 1-9 at Purdue); Zalewski (1-2 vs. UCF, 1-1 vs. UNLV, 1-8 vs. Penn State, 0.5-2 at Ohio State)
        INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL TEAMS STATS
Punting (Att.-yds.-avg.)                                                       Field Goals*
Opponent                 DeBauche                                              Opponent                Allen
UCF                      3-118-39.3                                            UCF                     40, 39, 29
UNLV                     5-212-42.4                                            UNLV                    23, 49
at Arizona               4-171-42.8                                            at Arizona              23
Penn State               6-247-41.2                                            Penn State              39, 38, 26
Illinois                 5-193-38.6                                            Illinois                48
at Ohio State            7-278-39.7                                            at Ohio State           26
at Purdue                6-267-44.5                                            at Purdue               57
Northwestern             3-141-47.0                                            Northwestern            31, 29
Minnesota                1-42-42.0                                             Minnesota               41, 38, 47
at Michigan State        7-298-42.6                                            at Michigan State
at Iowa                  3-103-34.3                                            at Iowa                 51
vs. Georgia              7-310-44.3                                            vs. Georgia             46, 44, 37

Career Bests (longest punt): R.J. Morse (68 at Illinois, 2001) • Ken           *made field goals are underlined
DeBauche (57 at Arizona, 2004)
                                                                               Career Bests (longest field goal): Allen (50 vs. Fresno State, 2001)

Kickoff Returns (Att.-yds.-avg.)                                               Punt Returns (Att.-yds.-avg.)
Opponent                 Starks              Williams         Bernstein        Opponent                  Leonhard          Randle El         Strickland
UCF                      2-57-28.5                                             UCF                       4-68-17.0
UNLV                     1-17-17.0           1-19-19.0        1-3-3.0          UNLV                      3-58-19.3         1-10-10.0
at Arizona                                                    1-2-2.0          at Arizona                3-46-15.3
Penn State               1-10-10.0                                             Penn State                4-49-12.3
Illinois                 2-35-17.5                                             Illinois                  3-42-14.0
at Ohio State                                2-60-30.0                         at Ohio State             3-18-6.0
at Purdue                                    3-66-22.0                         at Purdue                 1-4-4.0
Northwestern                                 1-19-19.0                         Northwestern              3-15-5.0                            1-13-13.0
Minnesota                                    2-39-19.5                         Minnesota                 3-22-7.3
at Michigan State                            5-103-20.6                        at Michigan State         3-46-15.3
at Iowa                                      4-82-20.5                         at Iowa                   2-41-20.5
vs. Georgia                                  5-49-9.8                          vs. Georgia               3-34-11.3

Career Bests (longest kick return): Bernstein (16 vs. Northern Illinois,       Career Bests (longest punt return): Leonhard (65 (TD) at Penn State, 2003)
2002) • Pociask (3 vs. Michigan State, 2003) • Stanley (3 vs. Akron, 2003) •   • Williams (22 at Minnesota, 2003) • Randle El (10 vs. UNLV, 2004) •
Starks (34 vs. UCF, 2004) • Williams (55 at Penn State, 2003) •                Strickland (13 vs. Northwestern, 2004)
                                      2004 HONORS
Associated Press All-American         Finalist for Bronko                      Joe Thomas, honorable mention
Erasmus James, first team             Nagurski Trophy                          Jonathan Welsh, honorable mention
Dan Buenning, second team             Erasmus James                            Brandon Williams, honorable mention
                                                                               Mark Zalewski, honorable mention
FWAA All-American (writers)           Finalist for Ted Hendricks Award
Erasmus James, first team             Erasmus James                            The Sporting News Freshman
                                                                               All-Big Ten Team
Walter Camp All-American              Finalist for Chuck Bednarik Award        Jamal Cooper
Erasmus James, first team             Erasmus James                            Andy Crooks
Jim Leonhard, second team                                                      Ken DeBauche
                                      Finalist for Ronnie Lott Trophy
AFCA All-American (coaches)           Jim Leonhard                             Jimmy Demetral Team MVP
Erasmus James, first team                                                      Scott Starks
                                      Semifinalist for Jim Thorpe Award
ESPN.com All-American                 Jim Leonhard                             UW Ivan B. Williamson
Erasmus James, first team                                                      Scholarship Winner
                                      AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year          Jim Leonhard
Collegefootballnews.com               Barry Alvarez
All-American                                                                   UW Jay Seiler Coaches
Erasmus James, first team             AFCA Division I-A Assistant              Appreciation Award (defense)
                                      Coach of the Year                        Erasmus James
The Sporting News All-American        Brian White
Dan Buenning, second team                                                      UW Wayne Souza Coaches
                                      Big Ten Defensive Player                 Appreciation Award (offense)
SI.com (Sports Illustrated)           of the Year (coaches and media)          Dan Buenning
All-American                          Erasmus James
Erasmus James, second team                                                     UW Special Teams
Dan Buenning, honorable mention       Big Ten Defensive Lineman                Player of the Year
Jim Leonhard, honorable mention       of the Year (coaches)                    Ken DeBauche
Anttaj Hawthorne, honorable mention   Erasmus James
                                                                               UW Rookies of the Year
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-       Big Ten Sportsmanship Award              Jamal Cooper
American (as selected by CoSIDA)      Scott Starks                             Andy Crooks
Jim Leonhard, first team
                                      All-Big Ten (coaches)                    UW Tom Wiesner Award
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-       Brett Bell, honorable mention            Zach Hampton
District (as selected by CoSIDA)      Dan Buenning, first team
Jim Leonhard                          Jonathan Clinkscale, second team         UW Scout Team Offensive
Joe Thomas                            Owen Daniels, honorable mention          Player of the Year
                                      Anthony Davis, second team               Craig Meier
Academic All-Big Ten                  Anntaj Hawthorne, first team
Ken DeBauche                          Erasmus James, first team                UW Scout Team Defensive
John Gillen                           Jason Jefferson, honorable mention       Player of the Year
Paul Joran                            Jim Leonhard, first team                 Nick Sutton
Jim Leonhard                          Donovan Raiola, honorable mention
Mike Lorenz                           Dontez Sanders, honorable mention
Jason Pociask                         Scott Starks, first team
Joe Stellmacher                       Joe Thomas, honorable mention
Ben Strickland                        Jonathan Welsh, honorable mention
Joe Thomas                            Brandon Williams, honorable mention
Jack Wood
                                      All-Big Ten (media)
National Football Foundation Post-    Dan Buenning, first team
Graduate Scholarship Winner           Jonathan Clinkscale, honorable mention
Jim Leonhard                          Owen Daniels, honorable mention
                                      Anthony Davis, second team
National Defensive Lineman of the     Anntaj Hawthorne, first team
Year (Columbus Touchdown Club)        Erasmus James, first team
Erasmus James                         Jason Jefferson, honorable mention
                                      Jim Leonhard, first team
Finalist for Vince Lombardi Award     Donovan Raiola, honorable mention
Erasmus James                         Dontez Sanders, honorable mention
                                      Scott Starks, second team
               2004 PARTICIPATION CHART
Player       UCF   UNLV   Ariz.   Penn St.   Illinois   Ohio St.   Purdue   Nwstn.   Minn.   Mich. St.   Iowa   Georgia
Allen         S1    S1     S1        S1          S1       S1         S1       S1      S1        S1         S1   S1
Balts        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Barrett       P     P      P         P           P         P         P        P        P        P         DNP   P
Bell          S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Bernstein     S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Brooks       DNP   DNP     S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Buenning      S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Chapman      DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Charles       P     P      P         P           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Clinkscale    S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Coleman       P    DNP    DNP       DNP          P       DNP        DNP      DNP       P        P         DNP   P
Cooper        P     P      P         P           P         P         P        S        P        P          P    P
Cowans        P     P      P         P           P         P         P        P        P        P          P    P
Crane        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Cribbs        S     S      S         S           S         S        DNP      DNP       P        S         DNP   DNP
Crooks        P     P      P         P           P         P         S        S        S        P          S    S
Cruse        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Daniels       P     P      S         P           P         P         P        P        S        P          P    S
Davis, A.     S    DNP    DNP       DNP          S         S         S        S        S        S         DNP   S
Davis, J.    DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Davis, M.     S     P      P         P           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
DeBauche      S4    S4     S4        S4          S4       S4         S4       S4      S4        S4         S4   S4
Donovan       P    DNP    DNP       DNP          P       DNP        DNP      DNP       P        P         DNP   P
Egholm       DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Freeman      DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Gillen       DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP       P        P       DNP        DNP   DNP
Goode        DNP   DNP     P         P           P         P        DNP       P        P       DNP        DNP   DNP
Gorman        P    DNP    DNP        P         DNP         P         P        P        P        P          P    DNP
Gyllin       DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Hampton       P     P      P         P           P         P         P        P        P        P          P    P
Hawthorne     S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Hayden       DNP    P     DNP        P         DNP         P        DNP      DNP     DNP        P         DNP   P
Hogan        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Holzbauer     P    DNP    DNP       DNP          P       DNP         P        P        P        P         DNP   P
Hubbard       P     P      P         P           P       DNP        DNP       P        P        P         DNP   P
Ikegwuonu    DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
James         S     S      S         S           S         S         S       DNP       P        S          S    S
Jefferson     S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Johnson      DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Joran         P     P     DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Kamoku        P    DNP     P         P           P         P         P        P        P        P          P    P
Katula        S3    S3     S3        S3          S3       S3         S3       S3      S3        S3         S3   S3
Kaye         DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP          P         P        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Kelly         P    DNP    DNP        P         DNP       DNP         P        P        P       DNP        DNP   DNP
Knauf        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Konkol       DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Langford     DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Lantagne     DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Lawrence      P     P     DNP       DNP          P       DNP         P        P        P        P          P    P
Leonhard      S     S      S         S           S         S         S        S        S        S          S    S
Lewis        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Lorenz        P     S      S         S         DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP       P        P          P    P
Maiava       DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Meckstroth   DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Mehlhaff      S2    S2     S2        S2          S2       S2         S2       S2      S2        S2         S2   S2
Minton        P     P      P        DNP          P       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP        P         DNP   P
Monty         P     P      P         P           P         P         P        S        S        P          P    P
Morse        DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Neal         DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Nellis        P    DNP    DNP       DNP          P       DNP        DNP      DNP       P        P         DNP   DNP
Newkirk      DNP   DNP    DNP       DNP        DNP       DNP        DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
             2004 PARTICIPATION CHART cont.
Player                  UCF          UNLV           Ariz.      Penn St.       Illinois       Ohio St.         Purdue   Nwstn.   Minn.   Mich. St.   Iowa   Georgia
Orr                      P            S              P            P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
Ostrowski                P            P              P            P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    DNP
Paciotti                 S            S              P            S               S             S               S        S        P        S          S    P
Palermo                  P            P             DNP           P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
Peck                    DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Pociask                  S            P              S            S               P             P               P        S        P        P         DNP   P
Pressley                 P            P              P            P               P           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Purcell                 DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Raiola                   S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Randle El                P            P              P            P               P           DNP              DNP      DNP       P        P         DNP   DNP
Rentmeester             DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Rogers                   P            P              P            P               P             P               P        P        P       DNP        DNP   P
Root                     P            P             DNP           P               P             P              DNP       P        P        P          P    DNP
Rowan                    P            P              P           DNP              P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
Sanders                  S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Savage                  DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Standring               DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Stanley                  P            S              S            S             DNP           DNP               P        P        P        P          P    P
Starks                   S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Stellmacher              P            P              P            P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
Stocco                   S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Strickland               P            P              P            P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
Sutton                  DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Swan                    DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP              P           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Thomas                   S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Tobias                   P           DNP            DNP          DNP              P           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Urbik                   DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Van Someren             DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Walker, Ja.             DNP           P              P            P             DNP           DNP               P       DNP       P       DNP        DNP   DNP
Walker, Jo.             DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Ware                    DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP       P        P         DNP   DNP
Watkins                  P            P             DNP          DNP            DNP             P              DNP      DNP     DNP        P         DNP   P
Weininger                P           DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Welsh                    S            S              S            S               S             S               S       DNP       S        S          S    S
White, B.                P            P              P            P               P             P               P        P        P        P          P    P
White, J.                S            S             DNP          DNP              P           DNP               P        P        P        P          P    DNP
Wielebski                P           DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Williams                 S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S
Wood                     P           DNP            DNP          DNP              P             P               P        P        P        P         DNP   P
Yentz                   DNP          DNP            DNP          DNP            DNP           DNP              DNP      DNP     DNP       DNP        DNP   DNP
Zalewski                 S            S              S            S               S             S               S        S        S        S          S    S



Key: S - starter, P - played, DNP - did not play, S1 - placekicker, S2 - kickoffs, S3 - long snapper, S4 - punter
2004 Wisconsin FINAL 12-Game Football Statistics


                                                                 Overall   Conference
      Date                  Opponent                Score        Record     Record      Time   Attend
      ----                  --------                -----       --------   --------     ----   ------
      Sep 04,   2004        CENTRAL FLORIDA     W   34-6         1- 0- 0    0- 0- 0     3:10    82116
      Sep 11,   2004        UNLV                W   18-3         2- 0- 0    0- 0- 0     3:05    82071
      Sep 18,   2004   at   Arizona Wildcats    W    9-7         3- 0- 0    0- 0- 0     4:13    50275
  *   Sep 25,   2004        PENN STATE          W   16-3         4- 0- 0    1- 0- 0     3:15    82179
  *   Oct 02,   2004        ILLINOIS            W   24-7         5- 0- 0    2- 0- 0     2:57    82306
  *   Oct 9,    2004   at   #16 Ohio State      W   24-13        6- 0- 0    3- 0- 0     3:19   105090
  *   Oct 16,   2004   at   #5 Purdue           W   20-17        7- 0- 0    4- 0- 0     3:38    65196
  *   Oct 23,   2004        NORTHWESTERN        W   24-12        8- 0- 0    5- 0- 0     3:05    82468
  *   Nov 06,   2004        MINNESOTA           W   38-14        9- 0- 0    6- 0- 0     3:00    83069
  *   Nov 13,   2004   at   Michigan State          14-49   L    9- 1- 0    6- 1- 0     3:31    76697
  *   Nov. 20   2004   at   #17 Iowa Hawkeyes        7-30   L    9- 2- 0    6- 2- 0     3:05    70397
      Jan 01,   2005   vs   #7 Georgia              21-24   L    9- 3- 0    6- 2- 0     3:50    62414

  * indicates conference game
TEAM STATISTICS                         WIS          OPP
--------------------------------------------------------
SCORING.......................          249          185
  Points Per Game.............         20.8         15.4
FIRST DOWNS...................          226          189
  Rushing.....................          106           84
  Passing.....................          100           96
  Penalty.....................           20            9
RUSHING YARDAGE...............         1931         1488
  Yards gained rushing........         2190         1814
  Yards lost rushing..........          259          326
  Rushing Attempts............          532          387
  Average Per Rush............          3.6          3.8
  Average Per Game............        160.9        124.0
  TDs Rushing.................           18            7
PASSING YARDAGE...............         2006         2007
  Att-Comp-Int................    325-171-7   369-180-11
  Average Per Pass............          6.2          5.4
  Average Per Catch...........         11.7         11.1
  Average Per Game............        167.2        167.2
  TDs Passing.................            9           13
TOTAL OFFENSE.................         3937         3495
  Total Plays.................          857          756
  Average Per Play............          4.6          4.6
  Average Per Game............        328.1        291.2
KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS.........       31-561       33-664
PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS.........       38-466       22-227
INT RETURNS: #-YARDS..........        11-92        7-106
KICK RETURN AVERAGE...........         18.1         20.1
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE...........         12.3         10.3
INT RETURN AVERAGE............          8.4         15.1
FUMBLES-LOST..................        21-11         15-9
PENALTIES-YARDS...............       57-443       68-606
  Average Per Game............         36.9         50.5
PUNTS-YARDS...................      58-2380      77-3142
  Average Per Punt............         41.0         40.8
  Net punt average............         37.1         34.8
TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME.......        33:43        26:17
3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........       78/189       53/170
  3rd-Down Pct................          41%          31%
4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........        14/26         7/12
  4th-Down Pct................          54%          58%
SACKS BY-YARDS................       34-215       22-100
MISC YARDS....................           40           38
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.............           30           22
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS..........        12-21        11-19
PAT-ATTEMPTS..................        27-29        20-20
ATTENDANCE....................       494209       367655
  Games/Avg Per Game..........      6/82368      5/73531
  Neutral Site Games..........                   1/62414

SCORE BY QUARTERS      1st   2nd   3rd   4th     Total
--------------------   ---   ---   ---   ---       ---
Wisconsin...........    53    95    43    58   -   249
Opponents...........    34    41    67    43   -   185
RUSHING         GP Att Gain Loss Net     Avg TD Long Avg/G
-----------------------------------------------------------
Davis,Anthony    8 201 1008    35 973    4.8 11    45 121.6
Stanley,Booker 10 115 392      42 350    3.0   2   23 35.0
Bernstein,Matt 12    83 315    15 300    3.6   1   17 25.0
Donovan,Tyler    5   11 121     4 117 10.6     0   44 23.4
Walker, Jamil    5   26 106     4 102    3.9   0   23 20.4
Williams,Brand 12     8   59    3   56   7.0   0   25   4.7
Pressley,Chris   5   11   41    5   36   3.3   0   11   7.2
Randle El,Marc   7   11   43   14   29   2.6   0    9   4.1
Team             7   10    0   12 -12 -1.2     0    0 -1.7
Stocco,John     12   56 105 125 -20 -0.4       4   16 -1.7
Total.......... 12 532 2190 259 1931     3.6 18    45 160.9
Opponents...... 12 387 1814 326 1488     3.8   7   61 124.0

PASSING         GP   Effic Att-Cmp-Int   Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------
Stocco,John     12 109.85 321-169-7     52.6 1999   9 52 166.6
Donovan,Tyler    5   86.27    3-2-0     66.7    7   0   6   1.4
DeBauche,Ken    12    0.00    1-0-0      0.0    0   0   0   0.0
Total.......... 12 109.29 325-171-7     52.6 2006   9 52 167.2
Opponents...... 12 100.13 369-180-11    48.8 2007 13 51 167.2

RECEIVING       GP No. Yds     Avg TD Long Avg/G
-------------------------------------------------
Williams,Brand 12    42 517 12.3     0   42 43.1
Daniels,Owen    12   25 391 15.6     2   52 32.6
Charles,Darrin 12    25 333 13.3     3   33 27.8
Stanley,Booker 10    18 146    8.1   1   19 14.6
White,Brandon   12   17 171 10.1     0   23 14.2
Orr,Jonathan    12   13 177 13.6     3   43 14.8
Davis,Anthony    8   13   96   7.4   0   17 12.0
Bernstein,Matt 12     9   68   7.6   0   18   5.7
Pociask,Jason   12    4   60 15.0    0   27   5.0
Paciotti,Tony   12    3   40 13.3    0   27   3.3
Randle El,Marc   7    2    7   3.5   0    6   1.0
Total.......... 12 171 2006 11.7     9   52 167.2
Opponents...... 12 180 2007 11.1 13      51 167.2

PUNT RETURNS     No. Yds    Avg TD Long
---------------------------------------
Leonhard,Jim      35 443 12.7 0      38
Strickland,Ben     1   13 13.0 0      0
Randle El,Marc     1   10 10.0 0     10
Rowan,Levonne      1    0   0.0 0     0
Total..........   38 466 12.3 0      38
Opponents......   22 227 10.3 2      65

INTERCEPTIONS    No. Yds    Avg TD Long
---------------------------------------
Bell,Brett         3    9   3.0 0    14
Leonhard,Jim       3   38 12.7 0     25
Sanders,Dontez     1    2   2.0 0     2
Hawthorne,Antt     1   15 15.0 0     15
Starks,Scott       1   16 16.0 0     16
Cowans,Chuckie     1    1   1.0 0     1
Crooks,Andy        1   11 11.0 1     11
Total..........   11   92   8.4 1    25
Opponents......    7 106 15.1 0      44

KICK RETURNS     No. Yds    Avg TD Long
---------------------------------------
Williams,Brand    23 437 19.0 0      46
Starks,Scott       6 119 19.8 0      34
Bernstein,Matt     2    5   2.5 0     3
Total..........   31 561 18.1 0      46
Opponents......   33 664 20.1 0      67

FUMBLE RETURNS   No. Yds    Avg TD Long
---------------------------------------
Starks,Scott       1   40 40.0 1     40
Leonhard,Jim       0    0   0.0 1     0
Total..........    1   40 40.0 2     40
Opponents......    2   38 19.0 0     39
                          |------ PATs ------|
SCORING          TD FGs    Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
-------------------------------------------------------------
Davis,Anthony    11 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0    66
Allen,Mike        0 12-21 27-29 0-0    0 0-0    0   0    63
Stocco,John       4 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 1-1    0   0    24
Orr,Jonathan      3 0-0    0-0   0-0   1 0-0    0   0    20
Charles,Darrin    3 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0    18
Stanley,Booker    3 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0    18
Daniels,Owen      2 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0    12
Crooks,Andy       1 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0     6
Starks,Scott      1 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0     6
Leonhard,Jim      1 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0     6
Bernstein,Matt    1 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   0     6
Team              0 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   1     2
Zalewski,Mark     0 0-0    0-0   0-0   0 0-0    0   1     2
Total.......... 30 12-21 27-29 0-0     1 1-1    0   2   249
Opponents...... 22 11-19 20-20 0-0     0 0-2    0   0   185


TOTAL OFFENSE    G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
----------------------------------------------
Stocco,John     12   377 -20 1999 1979 164.9
Davis,Anthony    8   201 973     0   973 121.6
Stanley,Booker 10    115 350     0   350 35.0
Bernstein,Matt 12     83 300     0   300 25.0
Donovan,Tyler    5    14 117     7   124 24.8
Walker, Jamil    5    26 102     0   102 20.4
Williams,Brand 12      8   56    0    56   4.7
Pressley,Chris   5    11   36    0    36   7.2
Randle El,Marc   7    11   29    0    29   4.1
Team             7    10 -12     0   -12 -1.7
Total.......... 12   857 1931 2006 3937 328.1
Opponents...... 12   756 1488 2007 3495 291.2


FIELD GOALS     FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Allen,Mike       12-21 57.1 0-0     5-6   2-6   5-7   0-2 48    0

FG SEQUENCE          Wisconsin             OPPONENTS
----------------------------------------------------
Central Florida      (40),39,(29)          (51),(33)
UNLV                 23,49                 30,(34)
Arizona Wildcats     (23)                  43,47
Penn State           (39),(38),(26)        (23)
Illinois             (48)                  47
Ohio State           (26)                  (42),(55)
Purdue               57                    (35),42
Northwestern         31,(29)               32
Minnesota            (41),38,47            -
Michigan State       -                     29
Iowa Hawkeyes        51                    (31),(21),(34)
Georgia              (46),(44),37          (20),52

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

PUNTING          No. Yds    Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
-----------------------------------------------------
DeBauche,Ken      57 2380 41.8    57   6 12 17      0
Team               1    0   0.0    0   0   0   0    1
Total..........   58 2380 41.0    57   6 12 17      1
Opponents......   77 3142 40.8    62   5 17 17      1

KICKOFFS         No.   Yds   Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn
--------------------------------------------------------
Mehlhaff,Taylor   53 3266 61.6 18      5
Total..........   53 3266 61.6 18      5 1024 42.3    22
Opponents......   44 2610 59.3 10      4   761 42.0   22
ALL PURPOSE      G Rush Rec    PR KOR    IR Tot Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------
Davis,Anthony    8 973    96    0    0    0 1069 133.6
Williams,Brand 12    56 517     0 437     0 1010 84.2
Stanley,Booker 10 350 146       0    0    0 496 49.6
Leonhard,Jim    12    0    0 443     0   38 481 40.1
Daniels,Owen    12    0 391     0    0    0 391 32.6
Bernstein,Matt 12 300     68    0    5    0 373 31.1
Charles,Darrin 12     0 333     0    0    0 333 27.8
Orr,Jonathan    12    0 177     0    0    0 177 14.8
White,Brandon   12    0 171     0    0    0 171 14.2
Starks,Scott    12    0    0    0 119    16 135 11.2
Donovan,Tyler    5 117     0    0    0    0 117 23.4
Walker, Jamil    5 102     0    0    0    0 102 20.4
Pociask,Jason   12    0   60    0    0    0   60   5.0
Randle El,Marc   7   29    7   10    0    0   46   6.6
Paciotti,Tony   12    0   40    0    0    0   40   3.3
Pressley,Chris   5   36    0    0    0    0   36   7.2
Hawthorne,Antt 12     0    0    0    0   15   15   1.2
Strickland,Ben 12     0    0   13    0    0   13   1.1
Crooks,Andy     12    0    0    0    0   11   11   0.9
Bell,Brett      12    0    0    0    0    9    9   0.8
Sanders,Dontez 12     0    0    0    0    2    2   0.2
Cowans,Chuckie 12     0    0    0    0    1    1   0.1
Team             7 -12     0    0    0    0 -12 -1.7
Stocco,John     12 -20     0    0    0    0 -20 -1.7
Total.......... 12 1931 2006 466 561     92 5056 421.3
Opponents...... 12 1488 2007 227 664 106 4492 374.3

                       |--------Tackles--------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS   GP Solo Ast Total    TFL/Yds   No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
14 Sanders,Dontez   12   35   41    76 10.0-48    5.5-33     1-2      3   2   2-0     1    .   .
18 Leonhard,Jim     12   44   28    72      .        .       3-38    10   .   1-0     .    .   .
6 Bell,Brett        12   51   13    64   1.5-3       .       3-9     10   .    .      1    .   .
42 Brooks,Robert    10   30   29    59   2.5-4       .        .       4   .    .      3    .   .
41 Zalewski,Mark    12   30   25    55 11.5-36    3.5-13      .       2   1   1-0     .    .   1
2 Starks,Scott      12   36    9    45   4.0-16   1.0-10     1-16     9   .   2-40    2    .   .
77 Hawthorne,Antt   12   23   19    42 11.5-43    6.0-30     1-15     1   1   1-0     .    .   .
15 Cribbs,Reggie     8   21   17    38   3.5-12      .        .       .   1    .      .    1   .
43 Crooks,Andy      12   11   27    38   1.5-7    1.0-6      1-11     .   1    .      .    .   .
90 James,Erasmus    11   27    9    36 11.5-76    8.0-68      .       3   7   1-0     2    .   .
92 Welsh,Jonathan   12   15   12    27   4.5-26   2.0-22      .       .   1    .      .    .   .
74 Jefferson,Jasn   12   14   11    25   5.0-16   3.0-13      .       .   1    .      1    .   .
95 Monty,Joe        12    6   12    18   1.0-5    1.0-5       .       1   .    .      .    .   .
5 Cooper,Jamal      12   10    8    18   5.0-34   2.0-12      .       1   3   1-0     1    .   .
36 White,Johnny      9   10    7    17      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
21 Rowan,Levonne    11    9    3    12      .        .        .       1   .    .      .    .   .
4 Cowans,Chuckie    12    6    4    10      .        .       1-1      1   .    .      .    .   .
16 Stellmacher,Jo   12    7    3    10   0.5-2       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
24 Watkins,LaMarr    5    4    5     9      .        .        .       1   .    .      .    .   .
3 Strickland,Ben    12    3    5     8      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    1   .
9A Ostrowski,Just   11    3    2     5   1.0-3    1.0-3       .       .   .    .      .    .   .
11 Daniels,Owen     12    3    2     5      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
26 Hampton,Zach     12    4    .     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
84 Pociask,Jason    12    1    3     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
20 Kamoku,James     11    1    3     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
86 Katula,Matt      12    3    1     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
72 Thomas,Joe       12    3    .     3      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
93 Gorman,Mark       7    1    2     3   0.5-0       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
1 Williams,Brand    12    2    .     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
23 Joran,Paul        2    1    1     2   1.0-1       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
58 Barrett,Kalvin   11    .    2     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
85 Paciotti,Tony    12    .    2     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
10 Mehlhaff,Taylor 12     .    2     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
19 Hubbard,Paul      9    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
87 Charles,Darrin   12    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
56 Kelly,Brandon     5    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
8 White,Brandon     12    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
47 Goode,Elliot      6    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
96 Hayden,Nick       5    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
22 Rogers,Roderic   10    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
38 Ware,Kurt         1    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
0 Team               7    .    .     .      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   1
   Total.......... 12 417 312      729    76-332   34-215   11-92    47 18    9-40   11    2   2
   Opponents...... 12 507 383      890    75-208   22-100    7-106   40 14 11-38     16    2   .

				
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