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					                                                                Game 4 | San Diego State (3-0; 0-0 MW) at No. 22/21 Michigan (3-0; 0-0 Big Ten)
                                                                                    Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011 | Announced: Noon ET/9 a.m. PT | Kickoff: 12:01 p.m. ET
                                                                                                                            Michigan Stadium (109,901) | Ann Arbor, Mich.
                                                           TV: BTN HD | Eric Collins (play-by-play), Chris Martin (analyst), Dionne Miller (sidelines), Jim Ressler (producer)
                                                                                                            Radio: AM 600 | Ted Leitner (play-by-play); Chris Ello (analyst)
                                                                            Live Stats/Audio: GoAztecs.com; In-Game Communication (media only): twitter.com/AztecsPR



                                                                   OFF TO FIRST 3-0 START SINCE 1981, SAN
                                                                   DIEGO STATE TRAVELS TO NO. 22/21 MICHIGAN
                                                                     San Diego State, which is off to a 3-0 start for   high seven tackles, a forced fumble and two
MICHIGAN                          SAN DIEGO STATE                 the first time since 1981 and owns the nation’s       interceptions, both in the fourth quarter.
                                                                  third-longest active winning streak at five              Redshirt freshman linebacker Jake Fely
WOLVERINES                        AzTECS                          games dating back to last season, travels to the      recorded seven tackles, one off his career-high
3-0; 0-0 Big Ten                  3-0; 0-0 Mountain West          Eastern time zone for the second time in three        set a week earlier at Army, including 2.5 tackles
Ranking (AP/Coaches): 22/21       Ranking (AP/Coaches): rv/rv     weeks to face No. 22/21 Michigan on Saturday          for loss and a quarterback sack.
Coach: Brady Hoke                 Coach: Rocky Long               afternoon in Ann Arbor.                                  One week after forcing five fumbles, the
Alma Mater: Ball State ’82        Alma Mater: New Mexico ’74         The game features two of the 33 remaining          Aztec defense forced three fumbles (recovered
Career Record: 50-50/9th          Career Record: 68-69/12th       undefeated teams (only 27 of which are 3-0) and       two), intercepted two passe and recorded six
School Record: 3-0/1st            School Record: 3-0/1st
                                                                  is one of just seven games this week between          sacks and nine tackles for loss.
vs. San Diego State: 0-0          vs. Michigan: 0-0
SID: Justin Dickens/Matt Trevor   SIDs: Mike May/Peggy Curtin     unbeaten teams.                                          Following the victory, the Aztecs made trac-
Website: MGoBlue.com              Website: GoAztecs.com              Game time is set for noon ET (9 a.m. PT) and       tion in both of the major polls. In the USA Today
                                                                  the contest will be televised nationally in high      Coaches Poll, San Diego State went from three
Next Game: Minnesota              Next Game: No. 20/20 TCU        definition on the Big Ten Network. A plethora         points (last week) to 14 points this week. That
Oct. 1 | Noon ET                  Oct. 8 | 7:30 p.m. PT           of watch parties have been organized by the           puts SDSU in a tie for 36th place (tied with last
                                                                  Aztec Club to view the game throughout San            year’s national champion Auburn). The Aztecs
SAN DIEGO STATE (3-0, 0-0 MW)                                     Diego County. That list of establishments can be      received eight points in the Associated Press
                                                                  found at GoAztecs.com.                                poll, good for 37th place. San Diego State has
S.3    Cal Poly          The Mtn.    W, 49-21
                                                                     San Diego State secured its best start in 30       received votes in one or both of the major polls
S.10 at Army             CBSSN       W, 23-20                     seasons last Saturday by defeating Washington         in 10 of the last 12 weeks dating back to 2010.
S.17 Washington St. [SS] The Mtn.    W, 42-24                     State, 42-24. The Aztecs trailed 24-14 in the            The teams have met only once before, with
S.24 at Michigan         BTN            9 a.m.                    third quarter, but outscored the Cougars 28-0         then 17th-ranked Michigan claiming a 24-21
O.8    TCU* [HC]         CBSSN       7:30 p.m.                    over the final 24:32 of the game. The victory         victory on Sept. 18, 2004, in Ann Arbor. The
O.13 at Air Force*       CBSSN          5 p.m.                    snapped a 19-game losing streak against Pac-          game was close throughout, with Michigan
O.29 Wyoming*            The Mtn.       7 p.m.                    10/12 opponents and a 23-game losing streak           building a 17-7 lead late in the first quarter. The
N.5    New Mexico*       The Mtn.       5 p.m.                    against teams from automatic qualifying BCS           Aztecs jumped ahead 21-17 when Matt
                                                                  conferences. The victory also extended SDSU’s         Dlugolecki found Robert Ortiz for a 14-yard
N.12 at Colorado St.*    The Mtn.       3 p.m.
                                                                  win streak to five games, the Aztecs’ longest         touchdown with 7:57 to play in the second
N.19 Boise St.*          CBSSN          5 p.m.                    since 1995.                                           quarter. The Wolverines took the lead for good
N.26 at UNLV*            The Mtn.       7 p.m.                       For the second week in a row, San Diego            when Chad Henne connected with Braylon
D.3    Fresno St.*       CBSSN          5 p.m.                    State got stronger as the game progressed. The        Edwards on a 7-yard TD pass with 10:35 to play
* - Mountain West Conference game. KGB-SS -                       offense scored touchdowns on four of its final        in the third quarter.
KGB SkyShow. HC - Homecoming. All times Pacific.                  six possessions (not including a kneel down to           On its final four possessions, San Diego State
                                                                  run out the clock) and the defense allowed a          twice drove to Michigan’s 31-yard line or closer,
SAN DIEGO STATE COACHING STAFF                                    mere 62 total yards and forced three turnovers        but was unable to convert on a pair of field goal
                                                                  in Washington State’s final six possessions of        attempts in the three-point loss.
Coach                Title              Gameday
                                                                  the contest.                                             The Aztecs have a bye week scheduled for
Rocky Long           Head Coach                F                     Sophomore running back Ronnie Hillman              Sat., Oct. 1, but will return for their Mountain
Andy Ludwig          Offensive Coordinator     B                  became the third player in San Diego State his-       West Conference opener against 20th-ranked
Jeff Horton          Asst. HC/RBs              F                  tory to post five consecutive 100-yard games as       TCU on Sat., Oct. 8. Kickoff at Qualcomm
Dan Finn             Offensive Line            F                  he rushed 32 times for 191 yards and a career-        Stadium is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. PT for that
Daniel Gonzales      Safeties                  F                  high tying four touchdowns. In 15 career              contest.
Osia Lewis           Defensive Line            B                  games, Hillman has 2,029 yards rushing and 25
                                                                  rushing touchdowns. He is second nationally
LeCharls McDaniel Wide Receivers               F
                                                                  this season in rushing yards per game, first in
                                                                                                                        INSIDE...
Kevin McGarry        Linebackers               F
                                                                  scoring per game and is second among all
Brian Sipe           Quarterbacks              F                                                                        Media Policies........................................Page 2
                                                                  active players in career rushing yards per game.      SDSU’s weekly news conference can be watched
Tony White           CB/Recruiting Coordinator B                     Senior quarterback Ryan Lindley won his            live on GoAztecs.com at noon PT Tuesday.
Rick Court           Strength & Conditioning   F                  18th career game as a starter, going 21-of-37 for
                                                                                                                        Storylines ..............................................Page 3
B - Press Box; F - Field.                                         273 yards and two touchdowns. He became the
                                                                                                                        Off to its best start since 1981 at 3-0, the Aztecs
                                                                  second player in school history to reach 10,000       are one of just 33 remaining undefeated teams.
SDSU-MICHIGAN SERIES                                              career passing yards and is one of just three
                                                                  active players nationally to reach the 10K total.     Connections ..........................................Page 4
Series: Michigan leads, 1-0                                                                                             Michigan head coach Brady Hoke was the head
                                                                     The offensive line, which returns four of five
Division I Era: 0-1                                                                                                     coach at SDSU for two seasons (2009-10), post-
                                                                  starters from last season, produced another           ing a 13-12 record.
Home: 0-0 | Away: 0-1                                             strong game, allowing the Aztecs to rush for
Current Streak: Michigan, 1                                       227 yards, for an average 5.2 yards per carry         Roster ................................................Page 21
                                                                                                                        Depth Chart ........................................Page 23
Last Meeting: UM 24, SDSU 21 on 9/18/04                           and no sacks in 37 pass attempts. San Diego
                                                                                                                        Game Recaps ......................................Page 24
Series Note: Current Seattle Seahawk and former                   State has rushed for 200 or more yards in three       Updated Player Profiles ........................Page 26
Aztec Matt McCoy had 18 tackles, including 17 solo                of its last four games.                               Last Time It Happened..........................Page 34
stops, in the only meeting between the teams.                        Senior cornerback Larry Parker had a career-       Statistics..............................................Page 36
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AzTEC MEDIA RELATIONS
                                                      WEEKLY MEDIA SCHEDULE
Ph./Fax: 619-594-5547/619-582-6541
Overnight Address:                                       All practices are closed to both the public and the media with the lone exception being the first half
              Aztec Athletics Center, Suite 3014      hour of Tuesday’s workout (media only). Members of the media planning to attend Tuesday’s prac-
                               5302 55th Street       tice will need to call the media relations office to be placed on a list to gain access to the practice fields.
                   San Diego, CA 91982-4309              Post-practice interview requests should be submitted to the San Diego State media relations office
                                                      no later than 10 a.m. on the day of the potential interview. Other interview requests must be made at
Mike May*                     Associate AD/MRD        least 24 hours in advance.
 E-mail:                    mmay@mail.sdsu.edu
 Cell:                           619-957-8372         Red indicates a show that Rocky Long and/or SDSU football players appear on. Green indicates
                                                      media opportunity for television network broadcasting Saturday’s game. * - indicates event is simul-
Peggy Curtin*                     Assistant MRD       cast live on GoAztecs.com. ^-indicates quotes from event will be available on GoAztecs.com.
 E-mail:                  mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu
 Cell:                           619-540-6146         SUNDAY (starting Sept. 18):
                                                      u 6:30 p.m. PT – Rocky Long informal meeting with the media to review Saturday’s game at a loca-
Dave Kuhn                        Assistant MRD          tion TBD (RSVP with the SDSU media relations office by Sunday morning at 10 a.m. PT).
 E-mail:                   dkuhn@mail.sdsu.edu        u SDSU highlights/postgame sound available on Dragonfly System. Contact the media relations
                                                        office for details.
Jamie McConeghy                  Assistant MRD        u Media outlets from outside the San Diego market who would like to speak to coach Long should
 E-mail:                jmcconeg@mail.sdsu.edu          submit their requests no later than 2 p.m. PT on Sunday, as Long will not be available, except
                                                        briefly in person, after Monday.
Darin Wong                       Assistant MRD
 E-mail:                   dwong@mail.sdsu.edu        MONDAY:
                                                      u NO PRACTICE. All SDSU student-athlete features should take place on this day. Outside of this
Andrea Rogers                     Adm. Assistant        window, student-athletes will only be available at Tuesday’s news conference or briefly after
 E-mail:                  arogers@mail.sdsu.edu         Tuesday’s practice.

Dave Berry              Coordinator of Multimedia     TUESDAY: FINAL DAY OF STUDENT-ATHLETE AVAILABILITY FOR THE WEEK
  E-mail:                  dberry@mail.sdsu.edu       u 9:12 a.m. – 9:22 a.m. PT – Rocky Long on MWC conference call. Contact the SDSU media relations
* - primary football contacts                           office for details. This is the best opportunity for out of town media to get interviews with Rocky
                                                        Long.
AzTEC WEEKLY LUNCHEON                                 u *^Noon PT – Rocky Long weekly news conference (Fowler Athletics Center, 2nd floor recruiting
Each Tuesday during the football season, SDSU           lounge). Tuesday’s news conference will preview the upcoming game.
holds a media luncheon in the football recruiting     u *^12:20 p.m. PT – SDSU student-athlete news conference (Fowler Athletics Center, 2nd floor
lounge of the Fowler Athletics Center. The lunch-       recruiting lounge).
eon begins at 11:40 a.m. with food being served,      u 3:45 p.m. PT – 4:15 p.m. PT – Media who cover SDSU athletics on a regular basis are allowed to
followed by coach Long addressing the media at          attend and shoot the first 30 minutes of practice.
noon. Select players follow. The news conference      u TBD – Post-practice interviews (Fowler Athletics Center, 2nd floor recruiting lounge). Student-ath-
is carried live on the official athletic department     letes available for a brief time after practice. Players who participated in the news conference are
website, GoAztecs.com.                                  not available post-practice.
                                                      u San Diego State news conference available on Dragonfly System (contact SDSU media relations for
MW TELECONFERENCE                                       details).

Weekly teleconferences featuring San Diego State      WEDNESDAY:
coach Rocky Long and the other seven Mountain         u TBD – Post-practice interviews (Fowler Athletics Center, 2nd floor recruiting lounge). Rocky Long
West head coaches are scheduled every Tuesday,          and assistant coaches available upon request after practice. Very limited availability for coach Long
beginning Aug. 30 through Nov. 29.                      due to his radio show.
                                                      u *7 p.m. – 8 p.m. PT – The Rocky Long Show on AM 600 KOGO live from Hooleys Irish Pub and
This service is for accredited members of the           Grill in La Mesa at Grossmont Center.
media only. For more information contact the
SDSU or MW media relations office.                    THURSDAY: FINAL DAY OF ROCKY LONG/ASSISTANT COACHES AVAILABILITY
                                                      u Noon PT – Conference call for TV crew producing Saturday’s game, ROAD GAMES ONLY.
WEEKLY SCHEDULE (PT)                                    Available only if requested in advance and must be set up by television crew.
9:00 a.m.  Moderator opens call                       u TBD – Post-practice interviews (Fowler Athletics Center, 2nd floor recruiting lounge). Rocky Long
9:02 a.m.  Steve Fairchild, Colorado State              and assistant coaches available upon request after practice.
9:12 a.m.  Rocky Long, San Diego State
9:22 a.m.  Troy Calhoun, Air Force                    FRIDAY: NO MEDIA AVAILABILITY
9:32 a.m.  Mike Locksley, New Mexico                  u Noon PT – TV crew producing Saturday’s game, HOME GAMES ONLY. Available only if request-
9:42 a.m.  Gary Patterson, TCU                          ed in advance and will be conducted in person and on campus.
9:52 a.m.  Dave Christensen, Wyoming
10:02 a.m. Chris Petersen, Boise State                SATURDAY:
10:12 a.m. Bobby Hauck, UNLV                          u Postgame availability only. The SDSU locker room is closed at all times for both home and road
                                                        games. For home games, all interviews will take place in the postgame interview room (top of
                                                        Ramp A). For road games, interviews will take place at a designated area adjacent to the locker
                                                        room. Please submit interview requests to a member of the SDSU media relations office by the
                                                        mid-way point of the fourth quarter.
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NEED TO KNOW                                           game time, regardless of location. The Aztecs          MOUNTAIN WEST STANDINGS
n As previously noted, only 33 undefeated              last loss to a team outside the national polls on
teams remain nationally and the SDSU-                  Oct. 9, 2010. It is the longest such winning streak    Rk. Team                     MWC           Overall
                                                       since a 10-game stretch from Oct. 16, 1976-Oct. 1,      1. Colorado State            1-0             2-1
Michigan contest is one of just seven games                                                                       TCU (25/25)               1-0             2-1
between undefeated teams. Those games are:             1977.
                                                                                                               3. SDSU                      0-0             3-0
          San Diego State at Michigan, 9 a.m. PT       n With last week’s win, San Diego State is now             Wyoming                   0-0             3-0
        North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 9 a.m. PT      12-4 over its last 16 games, the best 16-game              Boise State (4/5)         0-0             2-0
             Arkansas at Alabama, 12:30 p.m. PT        stretch since Sept. 10, 1977 to Oct. 21, 1978. Since       UNLV                      0-0             1-2
   Oklahoma State at Texas A&M, 12:30 p.m. PT          the beginning of the 2010 campaign, San Diego           7. Air Force                 0-1             1-1
           Vanderbilt at South Carolina, 4 p.m. PT     State’s 12 victories rank 18th nationally.                 New Mexico                0-1             0-3
              Nebraska at Wyoming, 4:30 p.m. PT        n The Aztecs have scored 21 or more points in 17
                                                                                                              n Friday, September 16
                   LSU at West Virginia, 5 p.m. PT     consecutive games for the first time since a           Boise State 40, at Toledo 15                ESPN
n Of the 21 new coaches in the FBS Division this       streak of 19 straight from Nov. 30, 1968 to Oct.
season, Rocky Long is one of five who own a 3-         31, 1970. That streak includes the first 17 games      n Saturday, September 17
0 record. Other coaches who are 3-0 in their first     SDSU played as a Division IA team.                     Wyoming 28, at Bowling Green 27            ESPN3
year at a school in 2011 are: Robbie Caldwell          n The Aztecs have scored 14 or more points in          Colorado 28, vs. Colorado State 14           FSN
                                                       the first quarter in seven consecutive games dat-      at TCU 38, Louisiana-Monroe 17           The Mtn.
(Vanderbilt), Brady Hoke (Michigan), Will
                                                                                                              Texas Tech 59, at UNM 13                  VERSUS
Muschamp (Florida) and Dennis Shaw                     ing back to last season.
                                                                                                              at SDSU 42, Washington State 24          The Mtn.
(Stanford). Saturday’s San Diego State-Michigan        n San Diego State is making its second appear-         at UNLV 40, Hawai’i 20                   The Mtn.
game features two of the five undefeated first-        ance in the Eastern time zone this season, having
year coaches. Collectively, first-year coaches are     defeated Army, 23-20, in a 9 a.m. PT start on          n Saturday, September 24
32-28 this season. Obviously, the two coaches          Sept. 10. This is the first time in school history     SDSU at Michigan, Noon ET                   BTN
Saturday are a combined 6-0.                           that the Aztecs have traveled to the Eastern time      Portland State at TCU, 1 p.m. CT
                                                                                                              Tennessee State at Air Force, 1 p.m. MT The Mtn.
n Saturday’s contest will also see two of the top      zone twice in the same season. The victory over
                                                                                                              Sam Houston State at UNM, 4 p.m. MT
three individual leaders in rushing yards per          the Black Knights earlier this year snapped an         Nebraska at Wyoming, 5:30 p.m. MT VERSUS
game. Aztecs’ sophomore running back Ronnie            eight-game losing streak in the time zone.             Tulsa at Boise State, 6 p.m. MT          CBSSN
Hillman is second nationally in rushing yards                                                                 CSU at Utah State, 6 p.m. MT
per game at 165.67 and leads the nation with           RECORD WATCH                                           Southern Utah at UNLV, 6 p.m. PT        The Mtn.
eight rushing touchdowns. Michigan junior
quarterback Denard Robinson is third in the cat-                                                              SDSU Non-Conference Opponents
                                                       n RYAN LINDLEY, Senior, QB
egory at 153.00 yards per game. South Carolina’s       Category            No. Rk.        Next                Team                    Conference         Overall
Marcus Lattimore is the national leader at 178.00      Career TD Passes     74 1st                            Michigan                       0-0            3-0
yards per game.                                        Pass Attempts     1,367 2nd        Santos (1,484)      Washington State               0-0            2-1
n San Diego State is off to its best start since the   Completions         768 2nd        Santos (910)        Army                           N/A            1-2
1981 squad opened 4-0. This is the first time in 30                                                           Cal Poly                       0-0            1-2
                                                       QB Starts            39 2nd        Santos (45)
seasons that an Aztec squad has been 3-0.              Passing Yards    10,159 2nd        Santos (11,425)     n Saturday, September 17
n San Diego State has won five consecutive             Total Offense     9,927 2nd        Santos (10,513)     at Michigan 31, Eastern Michigan 3           BTN
games. That is the third-longest active win streak     QB Wins              18 3rd        Shaw (20)           Army 21 at Northwestern, 14                CBSSN
in the nation, trailing only Stanford (11) and                                                                at SDSU 42, Washington State 24          The Mtn.
Oklahoma (7) (North Carolina and Texas Tech            n RONNIE HILLMAN, Sophomore, RB                        Cal Poly 48, at So. Dakota State 14
also own five-game winning streaks). This is San       Category           No. Rk. Next
Diego State’s longest winning streak since claim-                                                             n Saturday, September 24
                                                       Rushing TDs         25 4th Hewitt (28)                 SDSU at Michigan, Noon ET                     BTN
ing six straight from Sept. 28-Nov. 4, 1995.           100-Yd. Rush. Gms    9 7th Nygaard/Turner (11)         Cal Poly at Northern Illinois, 12:30 p.m. CT
n San Diego State has won eight consecutive            Rushing Yards    2,029 11th Hamilton (2,052)           Army at Ball State, 2 p.m. ET              ESPN3
games against teams ranked outside the top 25 at                                                              Wash. St. at Colorado, 12:30 p.m. PT         FCSP

 2011 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Date                  Opponent                Site                         TV               Result/Time       Series        Note
Sept. 3               CAL POLY                San Diego, Calif.            The Mtn.         W, 49-21          SDSU, 14-11   SDSU improves to 27-17-4 in openers;
                      Mustangs                Qualcomm Stadium                                                              Hillman runs for 189 yards, 2 TDs.
Sept. 10              at Army                 West Point, N.Y.             CBS Sports       W, 23-20          SDSU, 1-0     Aztecs overcome 42:11-17:49 TOP;
                      Black Knights           Michie Stadium                                                                Hillman goes for 117 yards, 2 TDs
Sept. 17              WASHINGTON STATE        San Diego, Calif.            The Mtn.         W, 42-24          Tied, 1-1     Aztecs score final 28 pts. of game
                      Cougars                 Qualcomm Stadium                                                              Hillman: 32 car., 191 yds., 4 TDs
Sept. 24              at Michigan             Ann Arbor, Mich.             Big Ten Network Noon ET            Michigan, 1-0 UM escaped with 24-21 win over
                      Wolverines              Michigan Stadium                                                              SDSU in Ann Arbor in 2004
Oct. 8                TCU                     San Diego, Calif.            CBS Sports       7:30 p.m. PT      TCU, 6-0      Aztecs looking for 1st win vs. TCU;
                      Horned Frogs            Qualcomm Stadium                                                              Teams did not meet prior to MWC
Oct. 13               at Air Force            USAF Academy, Colo.          CBS Sports       6 p.m. MT         AFA, 19-10    SDSU beat AFA 27-25 in ‘10 for
                      Falcons                 Falcon Stadium                                                                1st win vs. ranked opp. since ‘96
Oct. 29               WYOMING                 San Diego, Calif.            The Mtn.         7 p.m. PT         Wyo., 17-15   SDSU out for 1st b-t-b wins in series
                      Cowboys                 Qualcomm Stadium                                                              since ‘02-’03; 8-4 in MWC vs. WY
Nov. 5                NEW MEXICO              San Diego, Calif.            The Mtn.         5 p.m. PT         SDSU, 22-15   Aztecs seeking 3rd straight win in
                      Lobos                   Qualcomm Stadium                                                              series for 1st time since 1994-96
Nov. 12               at Colorado State       Fort Collins, Colo.          The Mtn.         4 p.m MT          SDSU, 17-13   Aztecs are 5-1 in last 6 vs. CSU;
                      Rams                    Hughes Stadium                                                                SDSU has 124 pts. in last 4 meetings
Nov. 19               BOISE STATE             San Diego, Calif.            CBS Sports       5 p.m. PT         First meeting First-ever meeting; SDSU is 3-2
                      Broncos                 Qualcomm Stadium                                                              all-time vs. schools from Idaho
Nov. 26               at UNLV                 Las Vegas, Nev.              The Mtn.         7 p.m. PT         SDSU, 12-8    SDSU has won 7 of last 9 but 3-4
                      Rebels                  Sam Boyd Stadium                                                              all-time at Sam Boyd Stadium
Dec. 3                FRESNO STATE            San Diego, Calif.            CBS Sports       5 p.m. PT         SDSU, 26-20-4 50 all-time meetings most vs. any
                      Bulldogs                Qualcomm Stadium                                                              Aztec opp.; 1st meeting since ‘02
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AzTECS vs. MICHIGAN                                        SDSU-MICHIGAN: THE SERIES
Michigan (3-0)                                             n Saturday marks the second meeting between
                                                                                                                THE SERIES vs. MICHIGAN
S.3    Western Michigan              W, 34-10              San Diego State and Michigan. The Aztecs battled
S.10 Notre Dame                      W, 35-31              the Wolverines toe-to-toe for a majority of their Michigan leads 1-0
S.17 Eastern Michigan                W, 31-3               lone previous match-up, before falling, 24-21, on Home: 0-0; Away: 0-1
                                                           Sept. 18, 2004. A complete recap can be found later        Date Location (Opp. NR)          Score
S.24 San Diego State                                                                                             S.18.04 A-Michigan (17)           L 21-24
O.1    Minnesota                                           on this page.
O.8    at Northwestern                                     n Although many players from that 2004 squad
                                                                                                                vs. BIG TEN CONFERENCE (2-12)
O.15 at Michigan State                                     played in the National Football League, seven for-
O.29 Purdue                                                mer Aztecs who competed against the Wolverines
                                                                                                                 Team                           W    L      T
N.5    at Iowa                                             that day still play in the NFL. Brandyn
                                                                                                                 Illinois                       0    2     0
N.12 at Illinois                                           Dombrowski (San Diego Chargers), Matt McCoy
                                                                                                                 Indiana                        0    0     0
N.19 Nebraska                                              (Seattle Seahawks), Kirk Morrison (Buffalo Bills) Iowa                               0    1     0
N.26 Ohio State                                            and Will Robinson (New Orleans Saints) are four Michigan                             0    1     0
                                                           of the 12 former Aztecs who are currently on NFL Michigan State                      0    0     0
STATISTICAL COMPARISON                                     rosters.                                              Minnesota                      1    1     0
                                                                                                                 Nebraska                       0    0     0
San Diego State Averages & NCAA Rankings                   SDSU vs. BIG TEN CONFERENCE                           Northwestern                   0    0     0
Category                              Avg. NR CR           n San Diego State owns a 2-12 record against cur- Ohio State                         0    3     0
Rushing Offense .................220.67    24  3           rent member of the Big 10 Conference.                 Purdue                         0    0     0
Passing Offense ..................207.33   78  4           n San Diego State has lost its last 10 encounters Wisconsin                          1    4     0
Total Offense ......................428.00 42  5           with Big 10 Conference opponents, dating back to TOTALS                              2   12     0
Scoring Offense ....................38.00  27  2           a 48-17 victory over Minnesota on Sept. 25, 1993
                                                           (18 years ago next Sunday). During the 10-game losing streak to the league, the Aztecs have played
Rushing Defense.................197.00        98      8    eight of the 10 games on the road and four have come against opponents ranked in the top 20.
Pass Eff. Defense ................129.77      72      3    n Saturday marks the sixth consecutive time that SDSU has met a Big 10 opponent on the road. The
Total Defense .....................383.00     80      3    last time San Diego State played host to a Big 10 team was Sept. 9, 2000 (Illinois).
Scoring Defense....................21.67      48      3
                                                           n The Aztecs have been extremely competitive with ranked teams from the Big 10, dropping a 24-21
                                                           decision at 17th-ranked Michigan on Sept. 18, 2004, a 16-13 decision at second-ranked Ohio State on
Net Punting .........................37.81    46      2
                                                           Oct. 20, 2001, and a 26-14 game at 20th-ranked Wisconsin on Sept. 5, 1998.
Punt Returns ..........................9.17   47      4
Kickoff Returns.....................24.17     39      5
                                                           SDSU-MICHIGAN: CONNECTIONS
Turnover Margin .....................2.00 T-5        T-1   n Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke was the head coach at San Diego State from Dec. 16,
Pass Defense......................186.00        36     2   2008 to Jan. 11, 2011, a span of two seasons and a total of 757 days. He posted a 13-12 record in 25
Pass Efficiency ...................141.37       49     3   games at SDSU and 7-9 in Mountain West games. He was the head coach for SDSU’s Poinsettia Bowl
Sacks ...................................3.00 T-22   T-2   champion squad last season.
Tackles for Loss ......................6.67 T-38       2   n Wolverine offensive coordinator Al Borges and assistant coaches Dan Ferrigno, Darrell Funk, Jeff
Sacks Allowed........................0.33 T-6        T-2   Hecklinski and Mark Smith were all on Hoke’s staff at SDSU from 2009-10. In addition, Michigan
                                                           strength and conditioning coach Aaron Wellman (2009-10) and director of operations Bob Lopez
Michigan Averages & NCAA Rankings                          (2008-10) served similar roles with the Aztecs.
Category                              Avg.    NR     CR    n Aztec head coach Rocky Long (as defensive coordinator) and assistant coaches LeCharls
Rushing Offense .................245.00       13      3    McDaniel, Brian Sipe and Tony White were all members of Hoke’s staff at San Diego State from 2009-
Passing Offense ..................216.50      68      5    10.
Total Offense ......................461.50    24      3    n Aztec head coach Rocky Long (1991-95) and assistant coach Osia Lewis (1991-96) coached at
Scoring Offense ....................33.00     48      6    Oregon State with Michigan head coach Brady Hoke (1989-94) and assistant coach Dan Ferrigno
                                                           (1987-95).
Rushing Defense.................202.50        103    11    n SDSU head coach Rocky Long (1996-97) was on the same coaching staff at UCLA with Michigan
Pass Eff. Defense ................139.58       92    10    offensive coordinator Al Borges (1996-2000).
Total Defense .....................374.50      76     9    n SDSU assistant coach LeCharls McDaniel and Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges both
Scoring Defense....................17.00       35     7    coached at California in 2001. Aztec offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig (2009-10) and Michigan
                                                           assistant Dan Ferrigno (2006-07, 1996-99, 1980-81) also have coached for the Golden Bears.
Net Punting .......................304.00     101    11    n Aztec offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig (1995-96) and Michigan offensive coordinator Al
Punt Returns ..........................9.50    44     8    Borges (1993-94) have both coached at Boise State. In addition, Ludwig played at Portland State in
Kickoff Returns.....................18.43     102    11    1986, and later was a wide receivers coach for the Vikings, while Borges was the offensive coordina-
                                                           tor from 1986-92.
Turnover Margin .....................1.50 T-11        2    n Aztec assistant coach Tony White was a graduate assistant in football operations at UCLA when
Pass Defense......................172.00       26     4    Michigan director of operations Bob Lopez was in a similar role with the Bruins in 2007.
Pass Efficiency ...................157.60      30     3
                                                           n SDSU assistant Osia Lewis (1997-02) and Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison (1976)
Sacks ...................................0.50 111    10
                                                           and assistant Curt Mallory (2005-09) have all coached at Illinois.
Tackles for Loss ......................4.00 T-102    10
                                                           n Michigan assistant Jerry Montgomery coached against the Aztecs from 2009-10, when he was the
Sacks Allowed........................0.50      12     1
                                                           defensive line coach at Wyoming.
                                                           n San Diego State men’s basketball head coach Steve Fisher was an assistant men’s basketball coach
                                                           at Michigan from 1982-1989, and served as head coach in 1989 until 1997. Fisher led the Wolverines
                                                           to the 1989 NCAA national championship and two other national championship game appearances
                                                           in 1992 and 1993. Since taking over at San Diego State, Fisher has guided SDSU to six Mountain West
                                                           Conference championships and appearances in each of the last two NCAA tournaments. This past
                                                           season, the Aztecs rose to No. 4 in the Associated Press poll, won a school-record 34 games and
                                                           advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16.
                                                           n Aztec men’s basketball assistant head coach Brian Dutcher was the associate head coach at
                                                           Michigan under Fisher from 1989-97.
                                                           n SDSU assistant men’s basketball coach Mark Fisher is a 2001 Michigan graduate with a bachelor’s
                                                           degree in psychology. He coached boys’ basketball at Lincoln High School in Ann Arbor from 1998-
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2001, before moving out west.                                                                                  SAN DIEGO STATE RANKINGS (2011)
n Wolverine freshman place-kicker Matt Wile is from San Diego, Calif. He attended Francis Parker
High School and his father, Dr. Peter Wile, has been a team physician with the Aztecs for the last 25          Category                             Pct./No. NCAA MW
                                                                                                               Rushing Offense .................220.67          24    3
years.                                                                                                         Passing Offense ..................207.33         78    4
n Michigan redshirt freshman offensive lineman Joey Burzynski attended Carlsbad High in                        Total Offense ......................428.00       42    5
Carlsbad.                                                                                                      Scoring Offense ....................38.00        27    2
                                                                                                               Rushing Defense.................197.00           98    8
                                                                                                               Pass Defense......................186.00         36    2
SDSU-MICHIGAN: PLAYER CONNECTIONS                                                                              Total Defense .....................383.00        80    3
San Diego State                         High School/Hometown                 Michigan                          Scoring Defense....................21.67         48    3
                                                                                                               Net Punting .........................37.81       46    2
Dwayne Garrett , RB, Fr.             Chaparral HS (Scottsdale, Ariz.)        Taylor Lewan, OL, RS So.          Punt Returns ..........................9.17      47    4
Darius Guillory, DB, Fr.                                                     Craig Roh, DE, Jr.                Kickoff Returns.....................24.17        39    5
                                                                                                               Turnover Margin .....................2.00 T-5 T-1
LAST MEETING: NO. 17 MICHIGAN 24, SAN DIEGO STATE 21                                                           Fumbles Recovered......................6 T-3 T-1
                                                                                                               Passes Intercepted .......................2 T-60 T-3
n Sept. 18, 2004 | Michigan Stadium | Ann Arbor, Mich.                                                         Fumbles Lost ..............................1 T-15 T-2
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Another reigning                                                                            Passes Had Intercepted ................1 T-13 T-1
Big Ten champion as an opponent resulted                                                                       Turnovers Gained.........................8 T-12        2
                                                                                                               Turnovers Lost.............................2 T-10 T-1
in another near miss for the San Diego                                                                         Passing Efficiency ...............141.37         49    3
State Aztecs.                                                                                                  Passing Efficiency Defense...129.77              72    3
   With a national television audience                                                                         Fewest Penalties.....................4.33 T-19         1
watching (ESPN), SDSU and No. 17                                                                               Fewest Yards Penalized .........33.67 T-14             1
                                                                                                               Punt Return Yardage Def. ........9.00 T-74             6
Michigan went toe-to-toe for more than
three hours before the Wolverines escaped
                                                 SAN DIEGO STATE-MICHIGAN                                      Kickoff Return Yardage Def. ...26.06 106
                                                                                                               Sacks ....................................3.00 T-22 T-4
                                                                                                                                                                      7
The Big House with a 24-21 win over up Sept. 18, 2004 | Michigan | Ann Arbor, MI                               Tackles for Loss......................6.67 T-38 T-2
                                               Attendance: 109, 432 | Weather: Low 70s, winds 5-10 mph N       Sacks Allowed........................0.33 T-6          2
and coming San Diego State.
                                                                          1      2       3       4   - Total   Tackles for Loss Allowed..........3.00 T-8             1
   In the process, SDSU appeared to show San Diego State                14       7       0      0    -    21   3rd Down Conversion Pct. .....47.73              35    3
dramatic gains on offense and special Michigan                          17       0       7      0    -    24   4th Down Conversion Pct. ...100.00 T-1                 1
teams and The Dark Side defense showed                                                                         3rd Down Defense................43.18 T-86             5
a new taste for creating turnovers.            Scoring Summary                                                 4th Down Defense ................50.00 T-48 T-3
   Michigan shocked the Aztecs early, scor- MICH – Edwards 54-yd. pass from Henne (Rivas kick), 1 play,        Time of Possession ...............29:53          67    5
                                               54 yards, 0:10                                                  First Downs .........................21.00 T-54        3
ing on a 54-yard touchdown pass on its                                                                         Opponent First Downs...........18.67 T-58              4
                                               SDSU – Franklin 4-yd. run (Palmer kick), 3 plays, 17 yards,
first play from scrimmage. Following an 1:02                                                                   Field Goal Percentage............33.00            -- T-6
interception, the Wolverines looked to be MICH – Rivas 39-yd FG, 9 plays, 51 yards, 3:43                       Red Zone Offense .................90.91 T-34           2
in total control with possession deep in MICH– Reid 5-yd fumble recovery (Rivas kick)                          Red Zone Defense ..............100.00 T-106 T-7
                                                                                                               PAT Kicking..........................93.75        --   5
SDSU territory. However, safety Josh Dean SDSU – Webb 12-yd pass from Franklin (Palmer kick) 3 plays,          Red = ranked No. 1 in league or top-10 nation-
flattened UM quarterback Chad Henne on 81 yards, 1:21                                                          ally
a pass attempt and Antwan Applewhite SDSU – Ortiz14-yd pass from Dlugolecki (Palmer kick) 3 plays,
                                               39 yards, 0:59
picked the ball out of the air and returned MICH –Edwards 7-yard pass from Henne (Rivas kick) 10 plays,        INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL RANKINGS
it 75 yards, setting up a Michael Franklin 79 yards, 4:25
TD.                                                                                                            Rushing Per Game
   Following a Michigan field goal, the Team Stats                              Michigan     San Diego State    2. Ronnie Hillman ...........................165.67
Aztecs turned the ball over when First Downs                                         20                   15
Lawrence Reid picked up a fumble and Rushes-Yards                                48-148                23-22   Passing Efficiency
                                               Passing Yards                        179                  289   48. Ryan Lindley ...............................143.11
returned it five yards for a touchdown.        C-A-I                            14-28-3             27-43-1
   With SDSU trailing 17-7 and on the Total Offense                                 327                  311   Total Offense
ropes, Robert Ortiz turned the game. His Fumbles-Lost                               1-1                  4-2   76. Ryan Lindley ...............................204.67
61-yard reception set up a Jeff Webb touch- Penalties-Yards                        4-50                11-94   97. Ronnie Hillman ...........................165.67
down and the 109,000 plus in Ann Arbor Possession Time                             33:01               26:59
                                                                                                               Receiving Yards Per Game
                                               Turnovers                               4                   3
settled in for nailbiter.
                                               Average Field Pos.                     30                  33
                                                                                                               T-40. Colin Lockett .................................84.67
   By halftime, SDSU had taken the lead
when Matt Dlugolecki found Ortiz for a Individual Stats                                                        Interceptions
                                                                                                               T-8. Larry Parker ....................................0.67
14-yard score. That drive was set up by a Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Franklin 16-39; Bornes 2-2;
Kurt Kahui fumble recovery. In all, SDSU Dlugolecki 5 for -19 MICH: Hart 25-121; Jackson 8-28;                 Punting
forced four turnovers after Michigan Bracken 3-13; Rembert 2-11; Henne 7 for -13                               22. Brian Stahovich .............................43.25
entered the game second nationally in Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Dlugolecki 42-
turnover margin.
                                               26-1, 277, 1; Franklin 1-1, 12, 1. MICH: Henne 24-11-3,         Punt Returns
                                               162, 2; Richard 4-3, 17.                                        27. Leon McFadden...............................9.50
   The final lead change of the day took Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Webb 11-107-1, Ortiz 7-
place on the first drive of the second half as 125, Pitts 4-21, Porter 2-22, Swain 2-12, Justice 1-2. MICH:    Kickoff Returns
the Wolverines drove the field and regis- Edwards 8-130-2, Breaston 3-19, Avant 1-16, Gonzales 1-10,           35. Colin Lockett .................................26.09
tered the last score of the day.               Ecker 1-4.
                                                                                                               Field Goals
   It was SDSU's second three-point loss in                                                                    T-97. Abelardo Perez .................................033
two years to the reigning Big Ten champion. In 2003, SDSU was a 16-13 loser to No. 2 Ohio State.
                                                                                                               Scoring
                                                                                                               T-1. Ronnie Hillman .............................16.00
LAST TIME OUT: SAN DIEGO STATE 42, WASHINGTON STATE 24
n Sept. 17, 2011 | Qualcomm Stadium | San Diego, Calif.                                                        All-Purpose Runners
Stats from the game can be found on page 6                                                                     T-10. Ronnie Hillman ...........................183.33
SAN DIEGO – As they say, streaks are meant to be broken and that’s just what the Aztec football                13. Colin Lockett ...............................180.33
team did with its come-from-behind 42-24 victory over Washington State.                                        Sacks
   Not only did a San Diego State win give the program its’ first 3-0 start in 30 years, but it was also       T-11. Jerome Long ...................................1.00
the team’s first victory over a current Pac-12 foe in 16 seasons and was the first win against a team          T-59. Miles Burris ....................................0.67
from an automatic BCS qualifying conference in 12 years.
                                                                                                               Tackles For Loss
   In front of the largest home crowd to ever see a regular-season contest (57,286), the Aztecs erupt-         T-86. Jake Fely ........................................1.17
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SDSU SITUATIONAL RECORD                                          ed for 21 fourth-quarter points and held
                                                                 the nation’s highest scoring offense to just
Category                                       2011       2010   one touchdown after the break.
                                                                    The game, however, initially got off to a
Overall Record .....................................3-0    9-4
                                                                 very inauspicious start for the home team,
                                                                 as the Cougars scored on their first offen-
Scoring - first to score ........................2-0       6-2
Leading - after 1 qtr............................3-0       6-2
                                                                 sive snap on an 80-yard pass play from                 SDSU-WASHINGTON STATE
                                                                 Marshall Lobbestael to Marquess Wilson.        Sept. 17, 2011 | Qualcomm Stadium | San Diego, Calif.
Leading - at halftime..........................1-0         9-1
                                                                    SDSU countered with two rushing Attendance: 57,286| Weather: 69 degrees, winds 9 mph wsw
Leading - after 3 qtr............................2-0       9-1                                                                                1         2        3         4     - Total
                                                                 touchdowns from sophomore Ronnie
                                                                                                                Washington State            10          7        7         0     -      24
                                                                 Hillman, which sandwiched a 48-yard San Diego State                        14          0        7       21      -      42
OFFENSE
                                                                 WSU field goal, before the first quarter
Scoring - 30 or more pts....................2-0            7-2
                                                                 even came to an end.                           Scoring Summary
Scoring - 24 or more pts....................2-0            9-3
Total Offense - 500+ yds ...................1-0            5-1      After combining for 28 points in the first WSU - Wilson 80-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 1 plays, 80
Total Offense - 400+ yds ...................2-0            7-2   15 minutes, the Cougars were the only yds, 0:09 (11:34, 1st)
                                                                                                                SD - Hillman 13-yd run (Perez kick) -- 6 plays, 53 yds, 2:33 (9:01, 1st)
Passing - 300+ yds .............................0-0        5-1   team to find the scoreboard again before WSU - Furney 48-yd field goal -- 9 plays, 29 yds, 3:43 (5:18, 1st)
Rushing - 200+ yds ............................2-0         6-2   the break, reclaiming a 17-14 advantage as SD - Hillman 12-yd run (Perez kick) -- 13 plays, 76 yds, 5:18 (0:00, 1st)
First Downs - 20+................................2-0       6-1   the Aztecs committed a pair of turnovers WSU - Barton 23-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 10 plays, 88
3rd Down Conv. - 50 pct.+.................1-0              4-1   in Washington State territory, including a yds, 3:34 (8:59, 2nd)
                                                                                                                WSU - Wilson 78-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 2 plays, 79
Turnovers - 2 or fewer ........................3-0         8-3   fumble on the 16-yard line.                    yds, 0:49 (12:03, 3rd)
Field Position - 30 or better ..............3-0            8-0      WSU took its largest lead of the night at SD - Escobar 25-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 6 plays, 69 yds, 2:31
Field Position - 25 or better ..............3-0            8-2   the 12:03 mark of the third quarter when (9:32, 3rd)
Play Call - 50 pct.+ rushing ...............3-0            8-0   Lobbestael and Wilson hooked up again, SD - Hillman 1-yd run (Perez kick) -- 8 plays, 63 yds, 4:21 (10:31, 4th)
                                                                 this time on a 78-yard catch and run to go SD - Hillman 59-yd run (Perez kick) -- 1 plays, 64 yds, 0:11 (7:26, 4th)
                                                                                                                SD - Escobar 21-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 3 plays, 20 yds, 0:50
DEFENSE                                                          up by 10 at 24-14.                             (2:49, 4th)
Allowing 24 pts. or less......................3-0          7-1      The Cougar defense forced the SDSU
Allowing 17 points or less .................0-0            4-0   offense to punt on its very next possession, Team Stats                   Washington State            San Diego State
Total Offense - <=300 yds. ...............1-0              4-0   but a roughing the punter penalty extend- First Downs                                       19                         25
                                                                                                                Rushes-Yards                             28-51                   44-227
Passing - <= 150 yds. ........................2-0          3-1   ed the drive. Three plays later, Aztec quar- Passing Yards                                 368                       273
Rushing - <= 100 yds.........................1-0           3-1   terback Ryan Lindley found tight end C-A-I                                            20-42-2                  21-37-1
First Downs - <= 15 ............................1-0        3-0   Gavin Escobar open on the left sideline for Total Offense                                  419                       500
3rd Down Conv. - <= 33 pct. .............1-0               5-2   a 25-yard touchdown.                           Fumbles-Lost                                3-2                        2-1
Turnovers - forced 3 or more.............2-0               0-1      After missing a 39-yard field goal that Penalties-Yards                                7-69                      5-51
                                                                                                                Possession Time                           24:17                     35:43
Field Position - <=25..........................2-0         3-0   would have equalized the game, SDSU Turnovers                                                 4                         2
Field Position - <=20..........................1-0         0-0   scored on each of its next two possessions Average Field Pos.                                26                        35
Defense Scores Points .......................0-0           0-1   in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard and a 59-
                                                                 yard Hillman run. The Aztecs later tacked Individual Stats
                                                                                                                Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): WSU: Galvin 11-49-0; Winston 8-
COMPARISON                                                       on another seven points on Escobar’s sec- 34-0; Barton 1-(-1)-0; Lobbestael 8-(-31)-0. SDSU: Hillman
SDSU more Rushing Yards ................2-0                7-1   ond TD to secure the 42-24 win.                32-191-4; Kazee 9-36-0; Lindley 2-2-0; TEAM 1-(-2)-0.
SDSU more Return Yards...................1-0               3-1      The San Diego State defense was simply Passing (Comp.-Att.-Int., Yards, TDs): WSU: Lobbestael 20-
SDSU fewer Turnovers ........................3-0           2-2   outstanding in the fourth quarter, holding 42-2, 368, 3. SD: Lindley 21-37-1, 273, 2.
SDSU more Time of Poss. .................2-0               5-1   the Cougars to 62 yards of offense and Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): WSU: Wilson 6-236-2; Barton 6-
                                                                                                                70-1; Karstetter 5-40-0; Ratliff 3-22-0. SD: Denso 4-61-0;
SDSU more 1st D. and ToP................2-0                5-0   forcing three turnovers, including two on Lockett 4-59-0; Escobar 4-58-2; Quigley 4-32-0; Umuolo 3-
SDSU better Avg. Field Pos................3-0              7-1   back-to-back interceptions by cornerback 32-0; Hillman 2-31-0.
SDSU adv. in TO and AFP...................3-0              1-1   Larry Parker.
SDSU Special Teams Score ...............1-0                0-0      Hillman, meanwhile, tallied his fifth-straight 100-yard rushing game with 191 yards on a career-
                                                                 best 32 carries, while matching his career high with the four scores.
INDIVIDUAL
Rusher - 100+ Yards...........................3-0          5-1   POSTGAME NOTES - WASHINGTON STATE GAME
Passer - 300+ Yards ...........................0-0         5-1
Receiver - 100+ Yards........................1-0           7-3
100+ Rusher, 300+ Passer...............0-0                 3-0   STREAKS EXTENDED
                                                                 Category                                                Streak           Note
                                                                 Overall Winning Streak                                       5           Longest since a six-game winning
                                                                                                                                          streak from Sept. 28-Nov. 4, 1995.
                                                                 Winning Streak vs. Non-Top 25 Teams                           8          Longest since a 10-game winning
                                                                                                                                          streak Oct. 16, 1976-Oct. 1, 1977.
                                                                 Home Winning Streak vs. Non-Top 25 Teams                      7          Longest since a 16-game winning
                                                                                                                                          streak Oct. 16, 1976-Nov. 25, 1978.

                                                                 STREAKS BROKEN
                                                                 Category                                                Streak           Note
                                                                 vs. Pac-10/Pac-12 teams                                     19           First victory over a member of the
                                                                                                                                          league since Sept. 2, 1995 (Cal, W, 33-9);
                                                                                                                                          5,858 days since last win over Pac-
                                                                                                                                          10/12; No. 1 song was “You Are Not
                                                                                                                                          Alone” by Michael Jackson, No. 1
                                                                                                                                          movie was Mortal Kombat.
                                                                 vs. automatic qualifying BCS conferences*                    23          Last victory Sept. 25, 1999 at Kansas
                                                                                                                                          (41-13); 4,375 days since last win vs.
                                                                                                                                          automatic BCS conference team; No. 1
                                                                                                                                          song was “Unpretty” by TLC, No. 1
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    movie was Double Jeopardy                                                                                           AzTECS IN THE NFL
* - includes game against Notre Dame.
                                                                                                            Current NFL team      SDSU Letterwinner Years
SCHOOL RECORD
                                                                                                            ARIZONA CARDINALS
n Saturday’s home attendance of 57,286 is a regular-season school record and the second-highest
                                                                                                            DeMarco Sampson, WR          2005, 08-09-10
  mark in program history. The previous regular-season home game record was 57,216 set on Sept.
  4, 2004 against Idaho State (W, 38-21). The overall high was 59,473 set against Iowa in the 1986
                                                                                                            BUFFALO BILLS
  Holiday Bowl (the NCAA considers that a San Diego State home game).
                                                                                                            Kirk Morrison, LB             2001-02-03-04

TEAM NOTES                                                                                                  CHICAGO BEARS
                                                                                                            Lance Louis, G                2004-05-07-08
More on the BCS Streak
n In his first attempt, Rocky Long does what the three previous coaches before him were unable to           JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
  do, defeat a team from an automatic qualifying BCS conference. The 23-game losing streak to such          Russell Allen, LB             2005-06-07-08
  teams covers the tenures of Ted Tollner (lost his final seven games against automatic BCS teams),         Kassim Osgood, WR                      2002
  Tom Craft (nine games), Chuck Long (three games) and Brady Hoke (two games).
                                                                                                            MIAMI DOLPHINS
More on the Pac-10/Pac-12 Streak                                                                            Roberto Wallace, WR              2007-08-09
n In his first attempt, Rocky Long does what the three previous coaches before him were unable to
  do, defeat a team from a Pac-10/Pac-12 Conference. The 19-game losing streak to such teams cov-           NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
  ers the tenures of Ted Tollner (lost his final 11 games against Pac-10 teams), Tom Craft (five games),    Will Robinson, T              2004-05-06-07
  Chuck Long (two games) and Brady Hoke (one game).
                                                                                                            NEW YORK JETS
n SDSU’s margin of victory is its biggest over a Pac-12 foe since beating California, 33-9, to start the    Kevin O’Connell, QB           2004-05-06-07
  1995 season ... It is the Aztecs’ fourth-largest margin of victory ever over a Pac-12 conference school
  ...The margin is the biggest vs. a BCS opponent since downing Kansas in 1999 (41-13).                     OAKLAND RAIDERS
                                                                                                            Chaz Schilens, WR             2004-05-06-07
Other Notes
n San Diego State is 12-4 since the beginning of the 2010 season. That is the best 16-game record for       SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
  the Aztecs since San Diego State posted a 12-4 mark from Sept. 10, 1977 to Oct. 21, 1978.                 Vincent Brown, WR             2007-08-09-10
n SDSU has scored 14 points or more in the first quarter of a game for the seventh consecutive out-         Brandyn Dombrowski, G/T       2004-05-06-07
  ing ... The Aztecs have scored 21 or more points in 17 consecutive contests, the program’s longest
  such streak since doing so in 19 straight from Oct. 17, 1977 to Oct. 21, 1978.                            SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
n SDSU won for the first time when it trailed in a game entering the fourth quarter since beating           Matt McCoy, LB                   2002-03-04
  New Mexico, 23-20, on Oct. 31, 2009.

Turnovers
n San Diego State’s school-record streak of consecutive games without a turnover came to an end in
  the second quarter on an interception ... It was the Aztecs’ first giveaway of the season and first
  overall since a fumble in the UNLV contest on Nov. 27, 2010, a span of 213 consecutive offensive
  plays (no TOs vs. Navy, Cal Poly or Army) ... SDSU also surrendered its first fumble of the season
  in the second quarter.

PLAYER NOTES
Ronnie Hillman, So., RB
n Hillman scored a rushing touchdown for the sixth consecutive game and the 22nd time in his
  career in the first quarter ... Has scored a rushing TD in the first quarter in three-straight outings
  ... Added another rushing score at the end of the first quarter for his fourth-straight outing with
  multiple rushing TDs, his seventh such game of his career ... Tallied his third rushing TD of the
  evening in the fourth quarter, his third career outing with three or more TDs ... Came back with
  his fourth rushing score on a season-best 59-yard effort, tying his career-best for rushing TDs in a
  game (also vs. New Mexico State in 2010) ... Hillman has 11 rushing touchdowns in his last four
  games and 12 overall (one receiving) ... Has moved into fourth in SDSU career history in career
  rushing scores with 25.

n Hillman recorded his ninth, 100-yard rushing game in just his 16th career game at the college level
  (252nd in school history). He is tied for seventh with Chris Hardy in school history in most 100-
  yard rushing days (NFL Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk tops the list with 23). Saturday was
  Hillman’s eighth 100-yard rushing effort for more than 150 yards.

n Hillman recorded his fifth straight 100-yard rushing game dating back to last season (152 yards vs.
  UNLV, 228 yards vs. Navy, 189 yards vs. Cal Poly, 117 yards at Army). The last time an Aztec ran
  for over 100 yards in five consecutive games was in 1995, when George Jones had eight in a row.
  The five-game streak is the third longest in school history, trailing only Jones (8) and Marshall
  Faulk’s 10-game streak in 1991-92.

n Hillman had his eighth game of at least 150 rushing yards. The eight 150-yard rushing contests are
  tied with George Jones (1995-96) for the second most in school history. Only NFL Hall of Famer
  Marshall Faulk (16, 1991-93) has more 150-yard rushing games.

n Hillman surpassed the 2,000-yard mark in career rushing yards on his 59-yard TD run in the fourth
  quarter. He is the 12th Aztec to reach that milestone and the first since Lynell Hamilton in 2007.
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SDSU PRESEASON ACCOLADES                                        n Hillman fumbled for the first time this season in the third quarter. He recovered his own fumble,
                                                                  however, he snapped a streak of 131 consecutive offensive touches without putting the ball on the
NATIONAL RANKINGS
                                                                  ground. Previously, Hillman fumbled just twice both in 2010, losing only one of those on his first
No. 37 - Lindy’s
                                                                  career carry vs. Nicholls in the season opener.
No. 38 - Sporting News
No. 44 - Phil Steele’s College Football Preview
                                                                Ryan Lindley, Sr., QB
No. 66 - Athlon Sports
                                                                n Lindley became just the second player in Aztec history to throw for 10,000 yards in his career. He
                                                                  entered the day with 9,886 yards and reached the milestone mark in the second quarter on an 11-
CONFERENCE RANKINGS
                                                                  yard pass play to tight end Bryce Quigley ... Lindley ranks second behind only Todd Santos
No. 2 (tie) - Sports Illustrated College Football Preview
No. 3 - Sporting News College Football                            (11,425) in school history in passing yards and is third active player player in the NCAA FBS to
No. 4 - Mountain West Preseason Poll (MW media)                   reach the 10,000 mark (joins Boise State’s Kellen Moore and Houston’s Case Keenum).
No. 4 - Lindy’s
No. 4 - Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook                   n Lindley threw a touchdown for the 13th consecutive outing (73rd overall) in the third quarter. He
No. 4 - Athlon Sports                                             ranks second in the NCAA FBS among active players in that category. He added another in the
No. 5 - Phil Steele’s College Football Preview                    fourth quarter, giving him 74 career touchdown passes.

MILES BURRIS                                                    n Lindley saw his streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception come to an end at 112
* Butkus, Lombardi, Nagurski Award Watch Lists                    in the second quarter ... It was Lindley’s first interception thrown since the Utah game on Nov. 20,
* Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Mountain               2010 (span of 5 games).
West Preseason Poll (MW media), Athlon Sports, Blue
Ribbon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview,           Larry Parker, Sr., DB
Sporting News                                                   n Recorded his first two interceptions of his career in the second half ... It is the Aztecs’ first intercep-
* No. 7 in “Top Inside Linebackers” - Lindy’s                     tions of the season ... It marks the first time an Aztec has had two interceptions in a game since
* No. 7 in “Top 10 NFL Talent” in the Mountain West - Lindy’s     Donny Baker had two versus UTEP on Aug. 31, 2006 ... Parker also forced a fumble and set a career
* “Hardest Hitter” in the Mountain West - Sporting News           high with seven tackles.
* Preseason third-team All-American - GoDaddy.com
* College Football Performance Award (Top LB)                   OTHER NOTES
                                                                n Aztec tight end Alston Umuolo logged his first receptions of the year in the first quarter (first over-
TOMMIE DRAHEIM                                                    all since the second game of 2010).
* Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Lindy’s
* Preseason all-MW second team - Phil Steele’s College          n Sophomore Rene Siluano recovered his first career fumble in the second quarter ... Sophomore
Fball Preview                                                     Marcus Andrews forced another fumble later in the second quarter (first career) ... Junior line-
                                                                  backer Rob Andrews recovered his first career fumble in the fourth quarter ... SDSU has forced
NIK EMBERNATE                                                     nine fumbles this season and eight in the last two games alone ... The Aztecs have recovered six
* Preseason all-Mountain West second team - Lindy’s,
                                                                  fumbles in 2011.
Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview
* No. 56 on “Phil’s Top 60 Guards” - Phil Steele’s
                                                                n Senior punter Brian Stahovich posted his fifth kick of 50 or more yards out of 14 attempts this sea-
College Fball Preview
                                                                  son with a 54-yard effort in the first half.
GAVIN ESCOBAR
                                                                n Junior Leon McFadden logged a career-long and team season-long punt return of 26 yards in the
* Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Lindy’s
* Preseason all-Mountain West second team - Athlon                first half ... On the defensive side, McFadden had two pass breakups for the second consecutive
Sports, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview                       game.
* No. 23 on CFN’s Tight End Watch List -
CollegeFootballNews.com                                         OFF TO A 3-0 START
* No. 37 on “Phil’s Top 44 Tight Ends” - Phil Steele’s             Notes on San Diego State’s 3-0 start.
                                                                                                                       Since San Diego State opened the 1981 season
College Fball Preview                                           n San Diego State is 3-0 for the first time since 1981
                                                                                                                       with a 3-0 record, here is the Aztecs’ record
                                                                (30 seasons). Prior to this season, the Aztecs had
                                                                                                                       after three games during the last 30 seasons.
KURTIS GUNTHER                                                  only posted four 2-0 starts since 1981, and failed to Record              Seasons      Winning Seasons
* Preseason all-Mountain West third team - Phil Steele’s        win the third game in all four previous occasions.     3-0                      1
College Fball Preview                                           n San Diego State is one of just 33 teams that 2-1                              9                    4
                                                                remains undefeated in 2011. Of those 33, only 27 1-1-1                          1                    0
RONNIE HILLMAN                                                  own a 3-0 record after last weekend.                   1-2                     12                    3
* Walter Camp, Doak Walker, Maxwell Award Watch Lists           n Rocky Long is one of only five first-year coaches 0-2-1                       1                    1
* Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Mountain             that is perfect through the first three weeks of the 0-3                        6                    1
West Preseason Poll (MW media), Athlon Sports, Blue             season. The others are Robbie Caldwell
Ribbon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview,           (Vanderbilt), Brady Hoke (Michigan), Will Muschamp (Florida) and Dennis Shaw (Stanford). Long’s
Sporting News                                                   accomplish is a bit more impressive as the other first-year coaches are at schools where their employ-
* 2011 Heisman Watch - Athlon Sports                            er has gone 3-0 rather recently.
* Preseason third-team All-American - Athlon Sports
* No. 10 in “Top Running Backs” nationally - Lindy’s            Coach                  School          Previous 3-0 Start       Note
* No. 22 on CFN’s Running Back Watch List -                     Robbie Caldwell        Vanderbilt                  2008         Started 3-0 in three of the last seven years
CollegeFootballNews.com                                         Brady Hoke             Michigan                    2010         3rd straight 3-0 start, also done in 95-97
* No. 68 in Top 100 College Football Players for 2011 -         Rocky Long             San Diego State             1981         Win at Army and vs. Washington State
Rivals.com                                                      Will Muschamp          Florida                     2010         Seventh consecutive season with 3-0 start
* No. 9 in Preseason Top-20 Running Backs for 2011 -            Dennis Shaw            Stanford                    2010         Started 3-0 last year too, and also in 2001
Rivals.com
* No. 9 in Top 10 Non-BCS Players - SI.com                      n With a 3-0 start, Rocky Long accomplished something the previous six Aztec head coaches were
                                                                unable to accomplish while on The Mesa (Denny Stolz, Al Luginbill, Ted Tollner, Tom Craft, Chuck
LOGAN KETCHUM                                                   Long and Brady Hoke).
* Preseason all-Mountain West fourth team - Phil
Steele’s College Fball Preview                                  n A lot has changed since the Aztecs previous 3-0 start. Here is a look at some trivia from Oct. 3, 1981,
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the date that SDSU posted a 3-0 mark.                                                                               SDSU PRESEASON ACCOLADES
                                                                                                              RYAN LINDLEY
Category       Note
                                                                                                              * Davey O’Brien, Maxwell, Manning Award Watch Lists
U.S. President Ronald Regan (President Regan was in the first year of his first term. Since then, George
                                                                                                              * Preseason all-Mountain West second team - Athlon
               H. Bush, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama have all been in office)
                                                                                                              Sports, Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview
No. 1 Song     Endless Love by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross
                                                                                                              * Preseason Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year -
No. 1 Album Tattoo You by The Rolling Stones (album featured Start Me Up and Waiting On a Friend)
                                                                                                              Lindy’s
No. 1 Movie Zoot Suit, staring Daniel Valdez and Edward James Olmos (movie received a 6.4 rating
                                                                                                              * “Strongest Arm” in the Mountain West - Lindy’s
               from IMDB)
                                                                                                              * No. 2 in “Top 10 NFL Talent” in the Mountain West - Lindy’s
SI Cover       Super Fine! - Sugar Ray Batters Thomas Hearns
                                                                                                              * No. 6 in “Top Quarterbacks” nationally - Lindy’s
Time Cover     We, The Jury - The Irksome, Boring, Vital, Rewarding Experience
                                                                                                              * “Top NFL Prospect” in the Mountain West - Sporting News
MLB            Milwaukee Brewers and Montreal Expos clinch postseason berth
                                                                                                              * No. 5 in Preseason Top-10 Quarterback Position
                                                                                                              Rankings - Sporting News
n In 43 seasons at the Division I level (including this season), San Diego State has opened 3-0 eight
                                                                                                              * No. 7 on “Phil’s Top 60 Quarterbacks” - Phil Steele’s
times (1969, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1981 and ). In the seven previous seasons with a 3-0 start,
                                                                                                              College Fball Preview
the Aztecs have gone a cumulative record of 64-13. That breaks down to an average of 9.1 wins and
                                                                                                              * No. 7 in Top 10 Non-BCS Players - SI.com
1.9 losses.
                                                                                                              * No. 28 on CFN’s Quarterback Watch List -
                                                                                                              CollegeFootballNews.com
DISCIPLINE IS JOB ONE                                                                                         * No. 78 in Rivals.com Top 100 College Football Players for
  Through three games in the 2011 season, one could make a case that San Diego State has been the             2011
most disciplined team in the country to date. Through three games, the Aztecs have only two
turnovers, allowed one sack and rank in the top 20 nationally in fewest penalties and fewest penalty          JEROME LONG
yardage. SDSU is currently fifth in the country in turnover margin (+2.0 per game).                           * Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Lindy’s, Phil
  Below is a look at how the Aztecs rank in some of the “discipline” categories.                              Steele’s College Fball Preview

Category          Number         National Rank     Note                                                       LEON McFADDEN
Fumbles Recovered      6         T-3rd             Utah is national leader with 8                             * Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Mountain West
Turnover Margin    +2.00         T-5th             Aztecs have forced 8 turnovers this season                 Preseason Poll (MW media), Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon,
Sacks Allowed          1         T-6th             San Diego State is tied for the lead in the category       Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview, Sporting News
                                                   among teams that have played 3 games                       * “Best Cover Corner” in the Mountain West - Lindy’s
Negative Off. Plays       3.0    T-8th             Of of the nine negative plays SDSU has this season,        * No. 59 on “Phil’s Top 69 Cornerbacks” - Phil Steele’s
                                                   two have been kneel downs on the final play of wins        College Fball Preview
Turnovers                   2    T-10th            SDSU has just one more turnover than the                   * Candidate for College Football Performance Award
                                                   national leaders                                           (Outstanding Defensive Back)
Penalty Yards PG       33.67     T-14th            Aztecs lead the Mountain West in category
Penalties Per Game      4.33     T-19th            Aztecs lead MWC in category                                LARRY PARKER
                                                                                                              * Preseason all-Mountain West second team - Phil Steele’s
RECEIVING TOP 25 ATTENTION                                                                                    College Fball Preview
   After an absence in the first two national polls, 2011 RANKINGS - WEEK-BY-WEEK
the Aztecs received votes in the USA Today/Coaches                                                            ABELARDO PEREZ
                                                                                         AP      Coaches      * Lou Groza Award Watch List
Poll last week and made an appearance in the also
                                                         Final 2010 Season       28th (52) 28th (36)          * Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Athlon Sports,
receiving votes category of both polls on Sunday.
                                                                                         AP      Coaches      Lindy’s, Sporting News
This week, the Aztecs received 14 points to rank
                                                         Week 1: Preseason                 -             -    * Preseason all-Mountain West second team - Phil Steele’s
36h in the USA Today/Coaches poll.
                                                         Week 2: Sept. 6                   -             -    College Fball Preview
   This is the second straight week and the 10th Week 3: Sept. 11                          -     39th (3)
time in the last 12 polls that the Aztecs have Week 4: Sept. 18                                               * Candidate for College Football Performance Award
                                                                                   37th (8) 36th (14)         (Outstanding Kickoff Specialist)
received votes in at least one of the two major polls.
San Diego State found itself knocking on the door
                                                                                                              DOMINIQUE SANDIFER
of the top 25 last year. In 2010, SDSU received votes in one or both of the polls in each of the last eight
                                                                                                              * Preseason all-Mountain West third team - Phil Steele’s
weeks. The Aztecs ended the season ranked 28th in both the Associated Press and USA
                                                                                                              College Fball Preview
Today/Coaches polls.
   The last week the Aztecs were nationally ranked in the Associated Press poll was Nov. 7, 1995,
                                                                                                              BRIAN STAHOVICH
when they were listed at No. 25 with a 7-2 record after having won six consecutive games.
                                                                                                              * Preseason all-Mountain West first team - Mountain West
                                                                                                              Preseason Poll (MW media), Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon,
OFFENSIVE NOTES                                                                                               Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s College Fball Preview
                                                                                                              * No. 6 on “Phil’s Top 20 Punters” - Phil Steele’s College
                                                                                                              Fball Preview
n SCORING: San Diego State ranks 27th in scoring (38.00) and 42nd in the country in total offense             * No. 8 on CFN’s Punter Watch List -
(428.00)... San Diego State has scored more points in its first three games this season (114) than it did     CollegeFootballNews.com
in last season’s first three games (112)... In fact, it is the highest three-game scoring output to open a    * Candidate for College Football Performance Award
season since 1996 (128 points)... San Diego State’s streak of games with at least 34 or more points was       (Outstanding Punter)
broken at five at Army (that had not happened since a five-game stretch during the 1996 campaign)...
Nonetheless, SDSU has 34 or more points in six of its last seven games and has averaged 38.0 points
per game during this span... The Aztecs have scored 21 or more points in 17 consecutive games for
the first time since a streak of 19 straight from Nov. 30, 1968 to Oct. 31, 1970... That streak includes
the first 17 games SDSU played as a Division IA team... The Aztecs have committed two turnovers or
less in 20 of their last 24 games and went a Division I era record three straight games without a
turnover (prior to the game against Washington State)... The offense has committed just 21 turnovers
in the last 16 games (since the start of the 2010 season)... San Diego State has posted 440 or more yards
of total offense in 12 of its last 17 games dating back to the final game of the 2009 season (prior to this
stretch, SDSU did it once in the previous 11 games)... San Diego State has surpassed 500 yards of total
offense in three of its last five games... San Diego State’s 49 points versus Cal Poly are its most since
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                                           RONNIE HILLMAN
                                                       Running Back n 5-10, 190 n So.-1L  
                                                         La Habra, Calif. (La Habra High)
                                                      * Walter Camp Award Watch List
                                                              * Doak Walker Award Watch List
                                                              * Maxwell Award Watch List

                                                               One year after leading all freshmen in rush-
                                                                ing with 1,532 yards, Hillman has picked up
                                                                where he left off, posting 497 yards through
                                                               his first three games of 2011... Has five
                                                              straight games with at least 100 yards rushing,
                                                            the third-longest streak in program history
                                                           (Marshall Faulk - 10, 1991-92 and George Jones - 8,
                                                           1995)... Is tied for first in the country with 16.00
                                                          points per game and is second with 165.67 rush-
                                                          ing yards per contest... With enough career games
                                                         to now qualify for the NCAA active leaders, he
                                                        ranks first in carries per game (21.2), tied for first in
                                                       points per game (9.8), second in rushing yards per
                                                      game (126.8) and fourth in yards per carry (5.99).

                                              CURRENT STREAKS
                                              n 353 Consecutive Touches (Rushing/Receiving) Without Losing A Fumble (lost only
                                             fumble on first rushing attempt of career vs. Nicholls on Sept. 4, 2010)
                                            n 6 Straight Games With A Rushing Touchdown
                                           n 6 Straight Games With Multiple
                                                                                           HILLMAN GAME-BY-GAME
                                           Receptions
                                                                                   2010            Att.   Yds. TD       Rec. Yds. TD
                                           n 5 Straight Games With At Least 100    Nicholls St.     15     65   1         0    0   0
                                                                                   at NMSU          22    150   4         0    0   0
                                          rushing yards                            at Missouri      23    228   2         1    2   0
                                                                                   Utah State       23     89   1         1    4   0
                                          n 4 Straight Games Scoring Multiple
                                                                                   at BYU           11     62   0         0    0   0
                                        Rushing Touchdowns                         Air Force        24    191   2         1    8   0
                                                                                   at New Mexico    18     64   1         0    0   0
                                                                                   at Wyoming       21     44   0         0    0   0
                                                                                   Colorado St.     31    151   1         0    0   0
                                                                                   at TCU           13     54   0         0    0   0
                                                                                   Utah             14     54   1         2 26     0
                                 SDSU RECORD WITH HILLMAN                          UNLV             19    152   1         2 12     0
                                                                                   Navy             28    228   3         2 16     1
                                 Career Games Played/Games Started        16/11
                                 SDSU Record                               12-4    2011            Att.   Yds. TD       Rec. Yds. TD
                                                                                   Cal Poly         28    189   2         2    2   0
                                 Rushing Touchdowns In a Game                      at Army          17    117   2         2 20     0
                                 1: 6 times (5-1)  1 or more: 13 times (11-2)      Washington St. 32      191   4         2 31     0
                                 2: 4 times (3-1)  2 or more: 7 times (6-1)        at Michigan
                                 3: 1 times (1-0)  3 or more: 3 times (3-0)        TCU
                                 4: 2 times (2-0)                                  at Air Force
                                                                                   Wyoming
                                 Rushing Yards In a   Game                         New Mexico
                                 100-Yard Games:       9 (8-1; Won 7 Straight)     at Colorado St.
                                 150-Yard Games:       8 (7-1; Won 6 Straight)     Boise St.
                                                                                   at UNLV
                                 200-Yard Games:       2 (1-1)
                                                                                   Fresno St.
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   ACTIVE NCAA DIVISION I LEADERS                                     SDSU RECORD BOOK                            SDSU RECORD BOOK (CONTINUED)
CARRIES PER GAME                                           100-YARD RUSHING GAMES/CAREER                      YARDS RUSHING/SOPHOMORE
 Rk. Name, School                  Cl.       GP     CPG     Rk. Name, Seasons                        Games     Rk. Name, Seasons                                        Yards
  1. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU          So.       16     21.2     1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93              23      1. Marshall Faulk, 1992                                1,630
  2. Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina So.       16     21.0     2. George Jones, 1995-96                   14      2. Jonas Lewis, 1997                                   1,021
  3. LaMichael James, Oregon        Jr.      28     20.2     3. Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01                13      3. Norm Nygaard, 1952                                  1,016
  4. Montel Harris, Boston College Sr.       38     19.9     4. Jonas Lewis, 1996-97-98-99              13      4. Lynell Hamilton, 2005                                 819
  5. Rodney Stewart, Colorado       Sr.      35     19.5     5. Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54                11      5. Larry Ned, 1998                                       762
                                                                David Turner, 1976-77                   11          --------------------------------------------------
RUSHING YARDS PER GAME                                       7. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                  9      nr. Ronnie Hillman, 2011                                 497
Rk. Name, School                  Cl.        GP     YPG         Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86               9
 1. LaMichael James, Oregon        Jr.       28    128.6                                                      RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS/CAREER
 2. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU          So.        16    126.8   150-YARD RUSHING GAMES/CAREER                      Rk. Name, Seasons                                          TD
 3. Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina So.        16    108.2    Rk. Name, Seasons                        Games     1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93                             57
 4. Lance Dunbar, North Texas      Sr.       32    100.9     1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93              16     2. George Jones, 1995-96                                  34
 5. Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech Sr.         15    100.7     2. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                  8     3. Paul Hewitt, 1987-88                                   28
                                                                George Jones, 1995-96                    8     4. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                                25
RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY                                      4. Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01                 7     5. Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86                             22
Rk. Name, School              Cl.            GP      YPC     5. Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54                 6
 1. Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati    Sr.           34     6.82                                                      CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES
 2. Denard Robinson, Michigan Jr.            27     6.43   200-YARD RUSHING GAMES/CAREER                       Rk. Name, Seasons                    Games
 3. LaMichael James, Oregon    Jr.           28     6.36    Rk. Name, Seasons                        Games      1. Marshall Faulk, 11.9.91-10.24.92    10
 4. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU      So.            16     5.99     1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93               7      2. George Jones, 9.28.95-11.18.95       8
 5. Robert Turbin, Utah State  Jr.           27     5.75     2. George Jones, 1995-96                    4      3. Ronnie Hillman, 11.27.10-            5
                                                                Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01                 4      4. Larry Ned, 9.24.98-10.17.98          4
POINTS PER GAME                                              4. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                  2         David Turner, 11.5.77-11.26.77       4
 Rk. Name, School                  Cl.       GP     PPG         Lynell Hamilton, 2003-05-06-07           2         Jim Allison, 9.19.64-10.10.64        4
  1. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU          So.       16      9.8        Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86               2
     Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina So.       16      9.8        Paul Hewitt, 1987-88                     2    ALL-PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME/CAREER
  3. LaMichael James, Oregon        Jr.      28      9.6        David Turner, 1976-77                    2    (min. 15 games)
  4. Vick Ballard, Mississippi St. Sr.       15      9.6                                                       Rk. Name, Seasons                                    APYPG
  5. Jimmy Stevens, Oklahoma        Sr.      35      8.7   YARDS RUSHING/CAREER                                 1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93                        179.4
                                                            Rk. Name, Seasons                         Yards     2. George Jones, 1995-96                             156.1
                                                             1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93           4,589      3. David Turner, 1976-77                             151.3
             2011 NCAA LEADERS                               2. Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01             3,462      4. Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93                          141.2
                                                             3. Jonas Lewis, 1996-97-98-99           2,843      5. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                           134.4
                                                             4. George Jones, 1995-96                2,810
RUSHING                                                      5. Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54             2,619    SCORING/CAREER
Rk. Name, School                  Cl.       Yds.    YPG      6. Wayne Pittman, 1991-92-93-94         2,363     Rk. Name, Seasons                                       Points
 1. Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina So.       534    178.0     7. Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86           2,341      1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93                            376
 2. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU          So.       497    175.7     8. David Turner, 1976-77                2,234      2. Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92                            338
 3. Denard Robinson, Michigan Jr.           306    153.0     9. Paul Hewitt, 1987-88                 2,056      3. Peter Holt, 1993-94-95-96                             302
 4. Lamar Miller, Miami (Fla).    So.       303    151.5    10. Lynell Hamilton, 2003-05-06-07       2,052      4. Garrett Palmer, 2004-05-06-07                         260
 5. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh         Jr.      419    139.7    11. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11              2,029      5. Nate Tandberg, 1997-98-99-00                          239
                                                                                                                6. Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01                              216
SCORING                                                    HILLMAN VS. FAULK - SOPHOMORE YR                     7. George Jones, 1995-96                                 206
 Rk. Name, School                    Cl. Pts. PPG          Marshall Faulk (1992) Carries   Yards TD             8. Paul Hewitt, 1987-88                                  204
  1. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU            So. 48 16.00          USC                       27     220   3             9. Art Preston, 1949-50-51                               192
     Montee Ball, Wisconsin           Jr. 38 16.00         at Brigham Young          25     299   3            10. Gary Garrison,1964-65                                 174
     Zach Line, SMU                   Jr. 48 16.00         at (11) UCLA              23     118   1                 Kern Carson, 1961-62-63                              174
     Trent Richardson, Alabama        Jr. 48 16.00         at New Mexico*            25     200   2                 --------------------------------------------------
  5. Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M            Sr. 30 15.00                                                              nr. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                              156
                                                           UTEP*                     30     156   1
                                                           Air Force* (1K)           29     129   0
ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING                                                                                           TOUCHDOWNS/CAREER
 Rk. Name, School                    Cl.    Yds.    PPG
                                                           at Colorado State*        18      60   0            Rk. Name, Seasons                                         TD
  1. Brelan Chancellor, N. Texas So.        680    226.7   at Wyoming*               33     127   0             1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93                            62
  2. Lamar Miller, Miami (Fla.)      So.    427    213.5   (23) Hawai’i*             43     300   4             2. George Jones, 1995-96                                 34
  3. Tavon Austin, West Virginia      Jr.   626    208.7   Fresno State*               1     21   1                Paul Hewitt, 1987-88                                  34
  4. Marcus Lattimore, S. Carolina So.      600    200.0   (1) Miami (Fla.)              injured                4. Ronnie Hillman, 2010-11                               26
  5. T.Y. Hilton, Fla. International Sr.    587    195.7   3 Games Into Soph. Yr.:   75     637   7             5. Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96                            25
  6. T.J. Graham, N. Carolina St. Sr.       584    194.7   16 Games Into Career:   306 2,223     29                Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93                              25
  7. Doug Martin, Boise State         Sr.   378    189.0                                                           Casey Brown, 1982-83-84-85                            25
  8. Chris Rainey, Florida            Sr.   563    187.7   Ronnie Hillman (2011) Carries     Yards    TD           Tom Reynolds, 1969-70-71                              25
  9. D.J. Beshears, Kansas            Jr.   551    183.7   Cal Poly                  28       189      2
10. Ronnie Hillman, SDSU             So.    550    183.3   at Army                   17       117      2
     Eric Paige, Toledo               Jr.   550    183.3   Washington State          32       191      4
                                                           at (21) Michigan
                                                           TCU
                                                           at Air Force
                                                           Wyoming
                                                           New Mexico
                                                           at Colorado State
                                                           Boise State
                                                           at UNLV
                                                           Fresno State
                                                           3 Games Into Soph. Yr.:   77       497      8
                                                           16 Games Into Career:   339      2,029     25
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                                       RYAN LINDLEY
                                                  Quarterback n 6-4, 230 n Sr.-3L  
                                                    Alpine, Calif. (El Capitan High)
                                                * Davey O’Brien Award Watch List
                                                   * Maxwell Award Watch List
                                                     * Manning Award Watch List

                                                     In the process of rewriting the San Diego State
                                                     record books... Has thrown for seven touch-
                                                     downs in his first three games of 2011, giving
                                                    him 74 for his career, four more than the previ-
                                                   ous school record holder (Todd Santos - 70)...
                                                   After opening his career with a 2-10 record his
                                                   freshman season, Lindley has led SDSU to its
                                                   best record over any 16-game span since 1977-
                                                    78... Became just the second player in Aztec his-
                                                    tory to throw for 10,000 yards on an 11-yard
                                                      pass to Bryce Quigley in the second quarter
                                                       against Washington State... Ranks third
                                                        among the NCAA active leaders in comple-
                                                        tions (768), yards (10,159), touchdowns (74)
                                                         and total offense (9,927).
                                                       CURRENT STREAKS
                                                       n 34 Consecutive Starts At Quarterback (School Record)
                                                      n 13 Consecutive Games With A Touchdown Pass

                                                         LINDLEY - LAST 5 GAMES
                                                          GS   Att.  Comp.  INT               Yds.     TDs         Eff.
                                                           5   135      84    1             1,236       13      169.43




                                                                         Wins As Starter                              18
                                                                         Record Since 2010                          12-4

                                                                         TD Passes In a Game
                                                                         2: 10 times (6-4)
                                                                         3: 6 times (3-3)  3 or more: 11 times (7-4)
                                                                         4: 4 times (3-1)  4 or more: 5 times (4-1)
                                                                         5:                5 or more: 1 time (1-0)
                                                                         6: 1 time (1-0)

                                                                         Interceptions In a Game
                                                                         0: 14 times (10-4; won 6 straight)
                                                                         1: 14 times          1 or less: 28 times

                                                                         Passing Yards In a Game
                                                                         400-Yard Games: 3
                                                                         300-Yard Games: 12
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   ACTIVE NCAA DIVISION I LEADERS                                  SDSU RECORD BOOK                                  LINDLEY GAME-BY-GAME
COMPLETIONS                                             COMPLETIONS                                         2008              Att. Comp. Int. Yards TD Rating
 Rk. Name, School                   Cl.   GP Comp.       Rk. Name, Seasons                         Comp.    Cal Poly           45     27   2 352 3 138.82
  1. Case Keenum, Houston           Sr.   46 1,199        1. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87              910    at Notre Dame      59     29   1 274 1 90.37
  2. Kellen Moore, Boise State      Sr.   42   891        2. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10-11             768    at San Jose St.    29     10   0 140 0 75.03
  3. Ryan Lindley, SDSU             Sr.   39   768        4. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07          664
                                                                                                            Idaho              38     24   1 433 4 188.35
  4. Landry Jones, Oklahoma         Jr.   28   719        3. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96            588
                                                                                                            at TCU              8      4   0      37 0 88.85
  5. Austin Davis, Southern Miss.   Sr.   37   709        5. Dan McGwire, 1989-90                    528
                                                                                                            Air Force                    DNP-Injured
YARDS                                                   YARDS                                               at New Mexico      37     18   1 156 1 87.58
 Rk. Name, School                   Cl.   GP     Yds.    Rk. Name, Seasons                           Yds.   Colorado St.       33     24   1 166 1 118.92
  1. Case Keenum, Houston           Sr.   46   14705      1. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87           11,425    at Wyoming         52     28   0 311 1 110.43
  2. Kellen Moore, Boise State      Sr.   42   11583      2. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10-11          10,159    at BYU             36     20   1 160 1 96.86
  3. Ryan Lindley, SDSU             Sr.   39   10159      3. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96          8,165    Utah               41     23   2 247 2 113.04
  4. Landry Jones, Oklahoma         Jr.   28    8490      4. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07        7,689    UNLV               50     35   0 387 2 148.22
  5. Bryant Moniz, Hawai’i          Sr.   27    8180      5. Dan McGwire, 1989-90                  7,484
                                                                                                            2009            Att. Comp. Int. Yards TD Rating
PASSING TOUCHDOWNS                                      PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
 Rk. Name, School                   Cl.   GP      TD     Rk. Name, Seasons                            TD    at UCLA          45     18   3 238 2 85.76
  1. Case Keenum, Houston           Sr.   46     117      1. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10-11              74    Southern Utah 30        20   0 287 2 169.03
  2. Kellen Moore, Boise State      Sr.   42     107      2. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87               70    at Idaho         35     21   1 200 1 111.71
  3. Ryan Lindley, SDSU             Sr.   39      74      3. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96             67    at Air Force     41     25   4 284 2 115.75
  4. Landry Jones, Oklahoma         Jr.   28      66      4. Dennis Shaw, 1968-69                     58    New Mexico St. 27        7   1 123 1 69.01
  5. G.J. Kinne, Tulsa              Sr.   28      58      4. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07           46    BYU              33     21   1 298 3 163.43
                                                                                                            at Colorado St. 43      29   0 459 6 203.15
TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR                              CAREER QB STARTS
                                                                                                            New Mexico       38     22   0 253 3 139.87
 Rk. Name, School                 Cl.     GP      TD     Rk. Name, Seasons                         Starts
                                                                                                            TCU              34     16   2 164 1 85.52
  1. Case Keenum, Houston         Sr.     46     137      1. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87               45
  2. Kellen Moore, Boise State    Sr.     42     111      2. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10-11              39    Wyoming          29     18   0 200 0 120.00
  3. Austin Davis, Southern Miss. Sr.     37      79      3. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07           33    at Utah          37     17   2 207 1 91.05
  4. Ryan Lindley, SDSU           Sr.     39      76      4. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96             28    at UNLV          45     25   2 341 1 117.65
  5. Robert Griffin III, Baylor   Jr.     30      72      5. David Lowery, 1991-92-93                 24
                                                                                                            2010              Att. Comp. Int. Yards TD Rating
TOTAL OFFENSE                                           TOTAL OFFENSE - CHECK LINDLEY TOTALS                Nicholls St.       26     17   0 303 2 188.66
 Rk. Name, School                   Cl.   GP     Yds.    Rk. Name, Seasons                     Yds.         at NMSU            42     20   0 319 1 119.28
  1. Case Keenum, Houston           Sr.   46   15596      1. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87     10,513
                                                                                                            at Missouri        44     20   1 190 0 77.18
  2. Kellen Moore, Boise State      Sr.   42   11518      2. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10-11     9,927
                                                                                                            Utah State         24     17   1 362 3 230.45
  3. Ryan Lindley, SDSU             Sr.   39    9927      3. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07  9,001
  4. Austin Davis, Southern Miss.   Sr.   37    9132      4. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96    8,014          at BYU             34     20   1 220 3 136.41
  5. Bryant Moniz, Hawai’i          Sr.   27    8494      5. Dan McGwire, 1989-90            7,087          Air Force          26     14   1 247 1 138.65
                                                                                                            at New Mexico      37     18   1 249 2 117.61
MOST VICTORIES AS STARTER                               LINDLEY TARGETS                                     at Wyoming         32     16   2 365 3 164.25
Rk. Name, School                                Wins                                                        Colorado St.       23     14   2 171 1 120.28
                                                         Name              Catches        Yards    TDs
 1. Kellen Moore, Boise State                    40                                                         at TCU             26     11   2 262 2 136.95
 2. Case Keenum, Houston                         25      Vincent Brown        167        2,674      20
                                                         DeMarco Sampson      138        2,164      17      Utah               54     36   3 528 4 162.13
 3. Andrew Luck, Stanford                        23
                                                         Roberto Wallace        64         860       3      UNLV               30     22   0 338 4 211.97
 4. Tim Jefferson, Air Force                     22
                                                         Brandon Sullivan       61         700       5      Navy               23     18   0 276 2 207.76
 5. Russell Wilson, Wisconsin                    21
 6. Matt Barkley, USC                            20      Dominque Sandifer      49         561       2
    Austin Davis, Southern Miss.                 20      Alston Umuolo         40          387       3      2011              Att. Comp. Int. Yards TD Rating
    Stephen Garcia, South Carolina               20      Gavin Escobar         37          417       7      Cal Poly           27     15   0 203 4 167.60
    Jordan Jefferson, LSU                        20      Darren Mougey          33         429       4      at Army            18      8   0 146 1 130.91
    Landry Jones, Oklahoma                       20      Attiyah Henderson      28         182       1      Washington St.     37     21   1 273 2 131.17
11. Ryan Lindley, San Diego State                18      Matthew Kawulok        24         284       1      at Michigan
    Kirk Cousins, Michigan State                 18      Ronnie Hillman        15          120       1      TCU
13. G.J. Kinne, Tulsa                            16      Dylan Denso           13          179       2      at Air Force
                                                         Mekell Wesley          13         161       0      Wyoming
                                                         D.J. Shields           13         138       1      New Mexico
                                                         Colin Lockett         12          254       2      at Colorado St.
                                                         Walter Kazee          12          109       0      Boise St.
                                                         Tyler Campbell         11          90       0      at UNLV
                                                         Bryce Quigley         10          108       1      Fresno St.
                                                         Justin Shaw             8         150       2
                                                         Davon Brown             6          78       0
                                                         Waika Spencer           5          53       0
                                                         Preston King            3          20       1
                                                         Jon Toledo              2          72       0
                                                         Anthony Miller          2            7      0
                                                         Alec Johnson            1            0      0
                                                         Willie Watters          1            5      1
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tallying 52 points against Portland State in the third game of the 2007 season (Sept. 22, 2007)... The 49 points against Cal Poly were the second most ever
in a season-opener and the most since scoring 56 points against Navy on Sept. 3, 1994 (Ted Tollner’s coaching debut at San Diego State)... San Diego State
has scored 14 or more points in the first quarter of seven consecutive games... San Diego State’s 21 points in the fourth quarter against Washington State
were its highest output since scoring 21 fourth-quarter points at Wyoming, Nov. 30, 2010.

n OFFENSIVE RUSHING: San Diego State ranks 24th nationally in rushing offense (220.67) and 14th in rushing yards per carry (5.61)... Sophomore
Ronnie Hillman is second nationally in rushing yards per game (165.67), trailing only South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore (178.00)... Since the beginning
of the 2010 season (last 16 games), the Aztecs have 37 rushing touchdowns... That is as many as the Aztecs had in the 35 games prior to 2010 (includes
every game from the 2008 and 2009 seasons)... The Aztecs have rushed for 200 or more yards in four of the last five games and in eight of their last 16
contests... In the last five games, SDSU has 1,191 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns.

n OFFENSIVE PASSING: San Diego State ranks 78th nationally in passing offense (207.33) and 49th in pass efficiency (141.37)... The Aztecs have 32
passing touchdowns in their last 13 games, including 17 in the last six contests... San Diego State had six different players catch a pass in the season-open-
ing victory against Cal Poly and three different players caught a touchdown pass at Army... San Diego State has thrown just one interception in its last
136 pass attempts (Ryan Lindley has thrown 135 of those passes)... The Aztecs have thrown 13 touchdowns through the air with just one interception
over the last five games... SDSU has posted a passing efficiency of more than 100 in 13 consecutive games, the longest stretch since a 24-game stretch
from Sept. 16, 1995 through Sept. 20, 1997.

n TURNOVERS: San Diego State’s school record streak of consecutive games without a turnover came to an end in the second quarter against
Washington State on an interception... It was the Aztecs’ first giveaway of the season and first overall since a fumble in the UNLV contest on Nov. 27,
2010, a span of 213 consecutive offensive plays (no TOs vs. Navy, Cal Poly or Army)... SDSU also surrendered its first fumble of the season in the second
quarter... SDSU is tied for fifth in the country in turnover margin (+2.00)... San Diego State is also tied for 10th in turnovers lost (2), tied for 13th in inter-
ceptions lost (1) and tied for 15th in fumbles lost (1).

AzTEC O-LINE IMPRESSIVE, AGAIN
  With four returning starters on the offensive line, it should come as no surprise that San Diego State continued the fine play up front last Saturday.
The Aztec starting offensive line consists of three seniors (LT Tommie Draheim, LG Emilio Rivera and RT Kurtis Gunther) and two juniors (C Alec
Johnson and RG Nik Embernate).

n San Diego State has allowed one sack in the last 144 pass attempts dating back to the fourth quarter of the Utah game on Nov. 20, 2010.
n After allowing a mere nine sacks a year ago, San Diego State is one of 11 teams nationally who have allowed one sack or fewer this season.
n San Diego State is a perfect 5-for-5 this season in converting third down and 1.
n In the season-opening game against Cal Poly, the Aztec offensive line received high marks, helping SDSU rush for 289 yards on 49 carries (5.90 yards
per carry), while allowing no sacks and giving up just two negative plays (for a total of four lost yards) in 77 offensive snaps).
n Against Army, San Diego State rushed for 146 yards on just 25 carries for an average of 5.84 yards per rush, with two touchdowns. Ronnie Hillman
rushed for 117 yards, marking the fourth consecutive game that he had broken the century mark.
n Versus Washington State, San Diego State rushed for 227 yards and four touchdowns on 44 carries. The Aztecs also had 37 pass attempts without a
sack in the contest.


DEFENSIVE NOTES
n OVERALL: San Diego State ranks 48th nationally in scoring defense (21.67) and 80th in total defense (383.00)... On Saturday, the San Diego State
defense held Washington State to 62 total yards and forced three turnovers on the Cougars final six possessions... Of Washington State’s 419 yards of
offense, 158 came on two plays, meaning the Cougars had 261 yards on their other 68 offensive plays (3.84 per play)... The defense was on the field for
84 plays and 42:11 at Army... The Aztec defense secured the victory, holding Army on downs after the Black Knights had first and 10 on the Aztec 29 on
their final drive of the game... The Aztec defense improved as the game against Cal Poly progressed, yielding just 10 yards of offense in the third quar-
ter and a mere 105 yards after halftime... San Diego State limited the Mustangs to six straight 3-and-outs at one point in the game, nine 3-and-outs for
the contest and held Cal Poly to four yards or less on 10 of their 15 drives... Of Cal Poly’s 284 yards of offense, 101 came on two plays... That means Cal
Poly had 183 yards on their other 58 plays from scrimmage (3.16 per play).

n RUSH DEFENSE: San Diego State is 98th nationally in rushing yards per game (197.00) after playing option-oriented teams, which is misleading due
to playing option teams in the first two weeks of the season... That may be the most misleading stat in the country, as the Aztecs have defended 151 rush-
es, the fourth most rushing plays in the country... SDSU’s average yards allowed per rush is 3.91, the 65th-best total nationally... SDSU did not allow a
rushing touchdown against the Cougars, despite defending 28 carries... Washington State’s longest rush of the day went for 11 yards... After having his
streak snapped at eight consecutive games with a tackle for loss at Army, senior linebacker Miles Burris responded with a sack against the Cougars...
After forcing five fumbles against the Black Knights, SDSU forced two fumbles against Washington State and has now forced eight fumbles on the sea-
son... The Aztecs have recovered six fumbles this season, the third highest total in the country.

n PASS DEFENSE: San Diego State is 36th nationally in pass defense (186.00) and 72nd in pass efficency rating (129.77)... After not surrendering a pass-
ing touchdown in the first two games, SDSU allowed three strikes through the air against Washington State... The Aztecs have 13 pass break ups in 63
opponent pass attempts this season ... SDSU gave up only 43 yards passing at Army, the team’s fewest allowed since North Carolina threw for only 33
yards in the 1998 Las Vegas Bowl.

MILES MARKS
   Aztec senior linebacker Miles Burris, a Butkus, Lombardi and Nagurski Award candidate, tied for the team led the team in tackles with six against Cal
Poly and has 16 stops this season. Of those 16, three were behind the line of scrimmage for a loss of 16 yards, including two sacks. Burris has recorded
at least a half tackle for loss in nine of the last 10 outings and 14 of the last 16 contests. The Granite Bay, Calif., native has two or more tackles for loss in
seven career games and has pushed his career total to 30.5 in that category, including 13.0 sacks. Burris also enters the Michigan outing with a streak of
29 consecutive games with at least one tackle, dating back to the 2008 contest with Utah.
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                                        MILES BURRIS
                                                    Linebacker n 6-3, 235 n Sr.-3L  
                                             Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay High)
                                          * Butkus Award Watch List
                                          * Lombardi Award Watch List
                                                   * Nagurski Award Watch List

                                                                Had a breakout season in 2010, leading the
                                                                 Mountain West Conference in sacks (9.5) and
                                                                  tackles for a loss (20.0) and ranking second in
                                                                forced fumbles (4)... Also ranked among the
                                                               top 20 in the nation in all three categories and
                                                             in the top 10 of SDSU’s single-season list... A fero-
                                                           cious tackler who has over 4,000 views of a You
                                                           Tube mix of his highlights from 2010.

                                                      CURRENT STREAKS
                                                           n 40 Consecutive Games Played (Has Not Missed A Game)
                                                           n 29 Games With A Tackle
                                                           n 28 Consecutive Games Started At Linebacker
                                                       n 12 Consecutive Games With At Least 4 Tackles
                                                     n Had Streak Of Tackles For A Loss Snapped At 8 On Sept. 10 At Army




                                                                  MILES BURRIS GAME-BY-GAME
                                 2008           UA-AT-TT     TFL-Yds.   Sacks   FF    2010         UA-AT-TT     TFL-Yds. Sacks     FF
                                 Cal Poly          0-0-0          0-0     0-0    0    Nicholls          3-1-4     1.0-7    0-0      0
                                 at Notre Dame     0-0-0          0-0     0-0    0    at New Mexico St. 3-5-8     0.5-1    0-0      0
                                 at San Jose St.   1-0-1          0-0     0-0    0    at Missouri       2-2-4     1.5-3    0-0      1
                                 Idaho             2-1-3          0-0     0-0    0    Utah St.          1-1-2     1.0-6 1.0-6       0
                                 at TCU            3-2-5       1.0-1      0-0    0    at BYU            4-2-6    2.0-12 2.0-12      1
                                 Air Force         0-0-0          0-0     0-0    0    Air Force         0-4-4        0-0   0-0      0
                                 at New Mexico     3-3-6          0-0     0-0    0    at New Mexico     6-2-8     2.0-2 1.0-1       0
                                 Colorado St.      0-0-0          0-0     0-0    0    at Wyoming        4-0-4     1.0-6 1.0-6       0
                                 at Wyoming        1-0-1          0-0     0-0    0    Colorado St.   9-1-10      4.0-35 2.0-18      2
                                 at BYU            0-2-2       0.5-1      0-0    0    at TCU            8-1-9    2.0-14 1.0-11      0
                                 Utah              0-0-0          0-0     0-0    0    Utah              4-4-8     0.5-1    0-0      0
                                 UNLV              1-0-1          0-0     0-0    0    UNLV              5-2-7     3.5-9 1.5-7       0
                                                                                      Navy              5-1-6     1.0-8    0-0      0

                                 2009           UA-AT-TT     TFL-Yds.   Sacks   FF    2011           UA-AT-TT   TFL-Yds.   Sacks   FF
                                 at UCLA           4-0-4       1.0-1      0-0    0    Cal Poly          5-1-6     2.0-8    1.0-7    0
                                 Southern Utah     2-3-5       2.0-5    1.0-4    0    at Army           2-4-6        0-0     0-0    0
                                 at Idaho          2-2-4       0.5-5    0.5-5    0    Washington St.    2-2-4     1.0-8    1.0-8    0
                                 at Air Force      1-8-9          0-0     0-0    0    at Michigan
                                 New Mexico St. 1-1-2             0-0     0-0    0    TCU
                                 BYU               4-1-5       1.0-1      0-0    0    at Air Force
                                 at Colorado St.   2-2-4       0.5-0      0-0    0    Wyoming
                                 New Mexico        3-0-3          0-0     0-0    0    New Mexico
                                 TCU               4-1-5          0-0     0-0    0    at Colorado St.
                                 Wyoming           6-1-7       1.0-2      0-0    0    Boise St.
                                 at Utah           0-4-4          0-0     0-0    0    at UNLV
                                 at UNLV           1-5-6          0-0     0-0    0    Fresno St.
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MAKING THE ADJUSTMENTS
   The San Diego State coaching staff has earned their pay with halftime adjustments this season. In all three games to date, the Aztec defense has
decreased scoring and total yards from the first half to the second half. In fact, in three second halves this season, San Diego State has allowed just 20
points and a mere 414 yards of offense in those six halves of football.
   Below is a look at the game-by-game breakdown.
                                                                   First Half                                            Second Half
                                                        Points          Yards       Forced TOs               Points          Yards    Forced TOs
Cal Poly                                                   14            179                 0                   7            105              1
Army                                                       14            245                 3                   6            201              0
Washington State                                           17            260                 1                   7            108              3
Totals                                                     45            684                 4                  20            414              4


SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES
n SPECIAL TEAMS: Aztec punter Brian Stahovich ranks 22nd nationally in punting average at 43.25... Of his 16 punts, he landed seven inside the 20-
yard line, 13 of his 16 boots have not been returned and he boasts five 50-yard kicks... Senior place-kicker Abelardo Perez has four touchbacks on kick-
offs, giving him 32 in 16 career outings as an Aztec... Perez made his first field goal of the season count against Army when he booted a 42-yard game-
winner... Colin Lockett had a 94-yard kick return for a touchdown against Cal Poly, the school’s first return for a TD since 2008... The 94-yard return is
the school’s longest since 1997 and eighth-longest in school history... He is currently 35th nationally in average kickoff return, while Leon McFadden is
27th nationally in punt return average.

HILLMAN, PARKER NAMED MW FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
    San Diego State football players Ronnie Hillman and Larry Parker have been named Mountain West Players of the Week for their performances in
this past weekend's victory over Washington State, the conference office announced Monday. This week marks the first time in Parker's career that he
has been honored by the league, while this is the first honor this year for Hillman, but the fourth overall of his career.
   Hillman, who shared the offensive award with Boise State's Kellen Moore, recorded 191 rushing yards on a career-high 32 carries and notched four
touchdowns Saturday against Washington State. Hillman's rushing total was the best by a MW player this year and ranks as the seventh-highest total
nationally through the first three weeks of the season. His four touchdowns tied his previous career game high and are tied for fifth in SDSU history. The
La Habra, Calif., native recorded his fifth straight 100-yard rushing game dating back to the last season. It also marked his eighth career game of at least
150 yards rushing.
   Parker, who shared the defensive award with Wyoming's Josh Biezuns, was instrumental in forcing three turnovers, including two fourth-quarter
interceptions. The picks were the first of his career and came on consecutive drives in the fourth quarter with less than six minutes remaining. His first
interception was on a fourth-down play with the Cougars driving at the SDSU 45-yard line. Parker ended WSU's following offensive possession by inter-
cepting a pass at the Aztec's 48-yard line and brought it back 32 yards to set up the team's final touchdown drive.
   The San Diego native is the first Aztec to log two interceptions in a single game in five years and also added five solo stops leading to a career-high
seven tackles. With his seven tackles, Parker tied for a team lead for most tackles in the WSU game.
   This is the second consecutive week that two Aztecs have been tabbed as MW players of the week with seniors Jerome Long (defense) and Brian
Stahovich (special teams) both selected following the win at Army.

FOUR AzTECS ON WATCH LISTS
n San Diego State has already placed four student-athletes on preseason national award watch lists in 2011. Senior linebacker Miles Burris, senior quar-
terback Ryan Lindley, senior place-kicker Abelardo Perez and sophomore running back Ronnie Hillman are on the initial short list for their positions’
top honors.
      Burris (Granite Bay, Calif.) is one of 51 players on the Butkus Award Watch List (top linebacker), one of 125 on the Rotary Lombardi Award Watch
List (top lineman) and one of 87 on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List (top defensive player). The last Aztec to be on all three of the same presea-
son watch lists was another linebacker in Kirk Morrison in both 2003 and 2004.
      Burris is coming off a breakout 2010 campaign in which he led San Diego State in tackles (80), tackles for a loss (20) and sacks (9.5). He was also
the Mountain West's sack and tackles-for-a-loss leader and was named a MWC first-team selection.
      Lindley (Alpine, Calif.) is one of 38 players on the Davey O’Brien Award Watch List (top quarterback), one of 66 players on the Maxwell Award
Watch List (most outstanding player) and one of 31 players on the Manning Award Watch List (top quarterback).
      Lindley returns for his fourth year as SDSU's starter and has already amassed 9,537 career passing yards and 67 touchdowns in 36 contests. Last
year, Lindley threw for 3,830 yards and 28 TDs to lead the Mountain West in passing (294.6 ypg.) and total offense (292.2 ypg.). Lindley was a second-
team all-conference selection as a junior and enters 2011 within striking distance of the school's all-time career passing record currently held by Todd
Santos (11,425).
      Hillman (La Habra, Calif.) is one of 40 players on the Walter Camp Award Watch List (player of the year), one of 51 players on the Doak Walker
Award Watch List (top running back) and one of 66 players on the Maxwell Award Watch List (most outstanding player).
      Hillman rushed for 1,532 yards and 17 touchdowns a year ago en route to earning freshman All-America and conference freshman-of-the-year
honors. He ran for more than 150 yards six times in 2010, including a career high of 228 yards at No. 25 Missouri and then again vs. Navy in the
Poinsettia Bowl. Hillman led the Mountain West in rushing and ranked first among all freshmen (10th overall) nationally in that category.
      Perez (Tijuana, Mexico) is one of 30 players on the Lou Groza Award Watch List (top place-kicker). He was a second-team all-Mountain West selec-
tion in 2010, posting a league-best 28 touchbacks and converting 17 of 22 field-goal attempts, including his final eight. He also led the league in field
goals per game (1.42) and in scoring (8.3 ppg.).

SDSU TABBED TO FINISH FOURTH IN THE MOUNTAIN WEST
n For the first time in seven seasons, the San Diego State football team is picked to finish in the upper division of the Mountain West, coming in fourth
place with 160 points in the 2011 preseason poll, which is voted on by media representatives who cover the conference.
      Released at the league's annual media day in Las Vegas, the MW preseason poll has the Aztecs picked for fourth place, their highest projected fin-
ish since being pegged for third in 2004. Last season, San Diego State was projected to come in sixth place, but ended up in a tie for third after posting
a 9-4 overall record and a 5-3 mark in Mountain West play. It marked the fifth time in the last six seasons that SDSU has finished at or higher than its
projected finish.
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BRIAN STAHOVICH
   Punter n 6-0, 190 n Sr.-3L  
       Solana Beach, Calif.
  (Cathedral Catholic High)
* Candidate for College Football
Performance Award (Outstanding
Punter)

Two-time all-Mountain West Conference
punter, including a first-team selection as a
junior in 2010 after leading the league and
ranking eighth nationally in punting (45.40)... Had
a career-long 89-yard punt at Wyoming on Oct. 30,
2010, which was a school record, the longest in the FBS
in 2010 and the second longest in MWC history... Has 46 career kicks of 50
or more yards and has landed 52 inside the 20-yard line... An additional 56
punts have been fair caught... Is third all-time at SDSU in punting yards
(8,579) and fourth in punting average (42.68)... Is 22nd in the nation this year
in punting with a 43.25 average... Seven of his 16 punts this year have been
inside the 20 and six have been fair caught... Only three of the 16 have been
returned... If you take away the times he has had to punt inside opponents’
territory, Stahovich is averaging 44.79 yards per punt this season (14 punts for
627 yards) ... MWC Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 12, 2011).

CURRENT STREAKS
n 40 Consecutive Games Played (Has Not Missed A Game)


                                BRIAN STAHOVICH GAME-BY-GAME
2008              No.   Yds.   Avg. Long FC 50+ I20   2010             No. Yds. Avg. Long FC 50+ I20
Cal Poly           4    158    39.5 49 0      0 2     Nicholls          1 56 56.0 56 0         1 0
at Notre Dame      8    267    33.4 39 1      0 0     at New Mexico St. 4 203 50.8 59 0        3 2
at San Jose St.    9    412    45.8 65 0      3 1     at Missouri      10 456 45.6 67 2        3 3
Idaho              4    118    29.5 34 1      0 2     Utah St.          3 138 46.0 57 1        1 1
at TCU            10    361    36.1 47 3      0 1     at BYU            6 266 44.3 54 2        2 0
Air Force          7    272    38.9 57 3      1 1     Air Force         4 173 43.2 55 2        1 3
at New Mexico      8    327    40.9 48 2      0 0     at New Mexico     7 324 46.3 61 2        3 3
Colorado St.       3    116    38.7 47 1      0 1     at Wyoming        1 89 89.0 89 0         1 1
at Wyoming         5    248    49.6 57 2      3 2     Colorado St.      3 125 41.7 44 2        0 1
at BYU             4    143    35.8 41 2      0 1     at TCU            9 361 40.1 48 3        0 1
Utah               5    216    43.2 50 3      1 2     Utah              2 94 47.0 50 0         1 0
UNLV               4    169    42.2 46 1      0 1     UNLV              0    0 0.0      0 0    0 0
                                                      Navy              3 121 40.3 47 2        0 3

2009              No.   Yds.   Avg. Long FC 50+ I20   2011              No.   Yds.   Avg. Long FC 50+ I20
at UCLA            8    358    44.8 51 2      1 1     Cal Poly           6    253    42.2 50 3      2 3
Southern Utah      2     91    45.5 50 0      1 0     at Army            5    240    48.0 59 1      2 4
at Idaho           3    139    46.3 51 1      1 1     Washington St.     5    199    39.8 54 2      1 0
at Air Force       6    315    52.5 57 1      4 1     at Michigan
New Mexico St.     6    269    44.8 50 3      1 0     TCU
BYU                4    189    47.2 50 0      2 1     at Air Force
at Colorado St.    3    105    35.0 54 0      1 0     Wyoming
New Mexico         7    300    42.9 59 3      2 5     New Mexico
TCU                6    220    36.7 45 1      0 0     at Colorado St.
Wyoming            2     63    31.5 37 0      0 0     Boise St.
at Utah            8    376    47.0 67 1      3 1     at UNLV
at UNLV            6    249    41.5    3 1    3       Fresno St.
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    MW newcomer Boise State was picked to win the league title in 2011, capturing 28 of the 31 first-place votes and earning 236 points overall. The
Broncos were followed by TCU, Air Force, San Diego State, Colorado State, Wyoming, UNLV and New Mexico.

FOUR AzTECS NAMED TO PRESEASON ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST TEAM
n San Diego State senior linebacker Miles Burris, sophomore running back Ronnie Hillman, junior cornerback Leon McFadden and senior punter Brian
Stahovich were all named to the preseason all-conference team. This marked just the second time in league history that the Aztecs placed a student-
athlete on the all-conference offensive, defensive and special teams and is the program's most preseason all-league picks since 2004, when it also had
four honorees.
      McFadden was tabbed a first-team all-league selection in 2010, when he led the MW in passes defended per game (1.08). He ranked third on the
team in tackles with a career-high 55 with seven of those stops behind the line of scrimmage. The Inglewood, Calif., native also had a pair of intercep-
tions, started every contest and returned punts.
      Stahovich (Solana Beach, Calif.), a first-team all-conference selection a year a go, led the Mountain West and ranked eighth nationally in punting
as a junior with a 45.4 yard average. He is a two-time nominee for the Ray Guy Award (top punter) and has 41 career punts of 50 yards or more, includ-
ing a school-record 89-yard punt last season in the victory at Wyoming.

SDSU ANNOUNCES TEAM CAPTAINS
n Aztec head coach Rocky Long announced last week that seniors J.J. Autele (Waipahu, Hawaii), Miles Burris and Ryan Lindley have been named foot-
ball team captains for the upcoming 2011 season. The three were selected in a vote by their teammates.
      Autele has played in 28 games in his three seasons as an Aztec. Last season, he played in all 13 contests and was tied for fifth on the team in sacks.
Burris has started 25 of his 37 career appearances, and is coming off a year in which he led the Mountain West in sacks and tackles-for-a-loss. Lindley,
who enters his fourth year as SDSU's starting quarterback, has already amassed 9,537 career passing yards and 67 touchdowns in 36 games.

FAULK INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME
n Former San Diego State running back Marshall Faulk was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 6 in Canton, Ohio, along with Deion
Sanders, Shannon Sharpe, Richard Dent, Ed Sabol, Les Richter and Chris Hanburger.
     A three-time All-American (1991-93), Faulk holds the SDSU record for most 300-, 200-, and 100-yard rushing performances by a player and the
record for the most 200-yard rushing efforts in a single season. He led the nation in rushing as a freshman in 1991 with 1,429 yards and in 1992 as soph-
omore with 1,630 yards. Faulk finished in the top nine of the Heisman Trophy balloting in all three of his seasons, including second in 1992 and fourth
in 1993. In his time as an Aztec, he rushed for 4,589 yards and 57 touchdowns.
     San Diego State's all-time career leading rusher was the second overall pick by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1994 NFL Draft. A seven-time NFL
Pro Bowl selection, he rushed for 1,000 yards in seven of his first eight seasons. Faulk was named NFL Most Valuable Player in 2000, after setting a sin-
gle-season record for touchdowns (26) that included a league-leading 18 rushing scores. He also won the world championship with the St. Louis Rams
in Super Bowl XXXIV on Jan. 30, 2000
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                   ROCKY LONG                                                                                          LONG SITUATIONAL RECORD
                                                                                                                       Overall                                        68-69
                   Was one of four NCAA players who visited U.S. servicemen in Vietnam in the sum-                        at San Diego State                            3-0
                   mer of 1971, spending two weeks visiting different U.S. bases                                          at New Mexico                               65-69
                                                                                                                       Home                                           41-29
                   Bobby Knight paid Long a home visit and recruited the two-sport athlete to play                        San Diego, Calif.                             2-0
                   basketball at Army
                                                                                                                          Albuquerque, N.M.                           39-29
                                                                                                                       Road                                           27-37
Left New Mexico as the all-time leading rusher (2,071 yards) and threw just 23 interceptions in 30
  career games                                                                                                            at San Diego State                            1-0
                                                                                                                       Neutral                                          0-3
COACHING HIGHLIGHTS                                                                                                    Scoring 41+ Points                              16-1
u Has the second-most all-time victories in the Mountain West with 65, including three this season                     Scoring 20+ Points                             63-24
u Was named the Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year in 2002                                                     Allowing 20- Points                            35-11
u Has 11 years of head coaching experience and has spent 14 seasons as a defensive coordinator                         Conference Games                               41-41
                                                                                                                          MWC Games                                   40-34
AT SAN DIEGO STATE:                                                                                                    3-Point or Closer                              16-12
u Became San Diego State’s 18th head football coach on Jan. 12, 2011.                                                  7-Point or Closer                              30-25
u Was the defensive coordinator at SDSU from 2009-10.
u Built a defense that last season ranked in the top 40 and allowed 20 points or less six times as the Aztecs          THE LONG FACTOR
posted a winning record for the first time in 12 years, claimed nine victories for the first time since 1977
                                                                                                                       Below is a look at the two seasons prior to Rocky Long
and captured a bowl victory for the first time since 1969.
u In his first year in 2009, helped SDSU improve defensive marks in points allowed, first downs, first
                                                                                                                       joining the SDSU staff, the last two seasons in which
downs, rushing, total defense, third-down conversion percentage, fourth-down conversion percentage,                    he served as the Aztecs’ defensive coordinator and
sacks, interceptions and red-zone conversion percentage, among other categories.                                       this season in which he is the head coach (and defen-
                                                                                                                       sive coordinator):
AT NEW MEXICO
u Compiled a school-record 65 victories and led the Lobos to five bowl game appearances in his final                   Category            2007-08 2009-10           2011
seven seasons. His teams were bowl eligible in seven of his last eight campaigns.                                      Record                 6-18   13-12             3-0
u In his final nine seasons in Albuquerque, Long’s defensive units ranked among the top 30 in fewest                   MW Record              3-13     7-9             0-0
yards allowed six times and among the top 40 against the rush every year. In both 2001 and 2003, New                   Opp. PPG               35.8    26.1            21.7
Mexico’s defense ranked fifth nationally in fewest rushing yards allowed per game.                                     Opp. Total Offense/G 479.5    367.3           383.0
u While at New Mexico, he coached 13 players selected in the NFL Draft, 10 players who earned All-
America honors and had a MWC-high 34 first-team all-conference selections since 2003.
                                                                                                                       BOWL GAMES AS A COACH
OTHER COACHING EXPERIENCE
                                                                                                                       San Diego State
u Prior to accepting the head coaching position at New Mexico, Long served as defensive coordinator for
                                                                                                                       2010 Poinsettia Bowl
12 seasons at three different schools. He was the defensive coordinator for two years under Bob Toledo at
UCLA in 1996-97, for five seasons at Oregon State from 1991-95, and for five campaigns at Wyoming from
1981-85.                                                                                                               New Mexico
u Also served as an assistant coach at TCU, with the CFL’s British Columbia team and started his career                2007 New Mexico Bowl
at New Mexico has a graduate assistant coach in 1972.                                                                  2006 New Mexico Bowl
                                                                                                                       2004 Emerald Bowl
PLAYING EXPERIENCE:                                                                                                    2003 Las Vegas Bowl
u Originally a defensive back, Long became a three-year starter at quarterback for the Lobos from 1969-                2002 Las Vegas Bowl
71. He earned team most valuable player honors and was the Western Athletic Conference Offensive
Player of the Year as a senior.                                                                                        UCLA
u Long played professionally in the CFL with British Columbia in 1972-73 and 1975-76. He also compet-                  1998 Cotton Bowl
ed in the World Football League with the Detroit Wheels in 1974.
u Attended Alta Loma High School in Alta Loma, Calif.
                                                                                                                       MW COACHING VICTORIES
PERSONAL:
                                                                                                                       Rk.   Name, Team                               Wins
u Long and his wife, Debby, have two daughters, Roxanne and Hannah. Both of Long’s daughters are
                                                                                                                        1.   Gary Patterson, TCU*                      68
head coaches at NCAA schools. Roxanne is the head women’s basketball coach at Texas Lutheran, an
NCAA Division III school in the American Southwest Conference. Hannah is the head volleyball coach at                   2.   Rocky Long, UNM-SDSU*                     65
Southwestern University, an NCAA Division III school in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.                    3.   Sonny Lubick, Colorado State              59
Last seson, her team went 32-7 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament.                                 4.   Kyle Whittingham, Utah                    57
                                                                                                                        5.   Bronco Mendenhall, Brigham Young          56
n Rocky       Long Head Coaching Record                                                                                 6.   Fisher DeBerry, Air Force                 49
Year                   Record   League Finish Home      Away    Neutral   Bowl Game
1998 New Mexico         3-9       1-7 7th, WAC 2-4       1-5
                                                                                                                       Includes all victories while team was in the league
1999 New Mexico         4-7       3-4 T-5th, MWC 3-3     1-4                                                           since the inception of the MW.
2000 New Mexico         5-7       3-4 T-5th, MWC 3-3     2-4                                                           * - indicates current active coach in the MW
2001 New Mexico         6-5       4-3 T-3rd, MWC 4-2     2-3
2002 New Mexico         7-7       5-2 2nd, MWC 5-1       2-5     0-1      Las Vegas Bowl, UCLA (L, 13-27)
2003 New Mexico         8-5       5-2 2nd, MWC 5-2       3-2     0-1      Las Vegas Bowl, Oregon State (L, 14-55)
2004 New Mexico         7-5       5-2 2nd, MWC 3-2       4-2     0-1      Emerald Bowl, Navy (L, 19-34)
2005 New Mexico         6-5       4-4 T-4th, MWC 2-3     4-2
2006 New Mexico         6-7       4-4 5th, MWC 3-5       3-2              New Mexico Bowl, San Jose State (L, 12-20)
2007 New Mexico         9-4       5-3 T-3rd, MWC 6-1     3-3              New Mexico Bowl, Nevada (W, 23-0)
2008 New Mexico         4-8       2-6 T-6th, MWC 3-3     1-5
NEW MEXICO TOTALS      65-69     41-41          39-29   26-37    0-3      1-4
Year                   Record   League Finish Home      Away    Neutral   Bowl Game
2011 San Diego State    3-0       0-0    MWC     2-0     1-0
SDSU TOTALS             3-0       0-0            2-0     1-0
OVERALL TOTALS         68-69     41-41          41-29   27-37    0-3      1-4
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AzTEC COACHING STAFF
                   Rocky Long                                           FIELD                   Andy Ludwig                                         BOX
                   HC/Def. Coor., 1st Year (New Mexico ‘74)                                     Off. Coor./TE’s, 1st Year (Portland St. ‘88)
                    u Named SDSU’s head coach on Jan. 12, 2011, after                           u  Andy Ludwig has 16 years of service as an offensive
                    serving two seasons as the defensive coordinator.                            coordinator at the NCAA level and has 24 years of
                    u Has 11 years of head coaching experience (New                              coaching experience overall.
                    Mexico, 1998-2008) and 12 years service as a defensive                       u Notable quarterback pupils include Heisman

                    coordinator (UCLA, 1996-97; Oregon State, 1991-95;                           Trophy Finalist David Carr (Fresno State), Kellen
  Wyoming, 1981-85).                                                            Clemens (Oregon), Brian Johnson (Utah) and Billy Volek (Fresno State).
  u Owns the second-most victories of any Mountain West head coach in           u While at Fresno State in 2001, Ludwig was a finalist for the Frank

  the league’s history. Was named the league’s coach of the year in 2002.       Boyles Assistant Coach of the Year award.



                   Jeff Horton                                          FIELD                   Dann Finn                                          FIELD
                   Asst. HC/RBs, 1st Year (Nevada ‘81)                                          Offensive Line, 1st Year (N. Arizona ‘02)
                   u  Spent the final five games of last season as the inter-                   u  Comes to SDSU from Idaho, where he coached the
                    im head coach at Minnesota, leading the Gophers to a                         Vandals’ offensive line for the past four years.
                    2-3 record (team was 1-6 before his promotion) with                          u Coached 2010 first-round NFL Draft pick Mike

                    victories over bowl-bound Illinois and Iowa.                                 Iupati, who was a consensus All-American and one of
                    u Also had head coaching stints at UNLV (1994-98)                            three finalists for the Outland Trophy.
  and Nevada (1993).                                                            u Played professional football for two years as a member of the Denver

  u Started his collegiate coaching career in 1984 as a graduate assistant      Broncos’ practice squad in 1998 and a starter at guard for the World
  at Minnesota under legendary head coach Lou Holtz.                            Bowl champion Frankfort Galaxy of NFL Europe in 1999.



                   Daniel Gonzales                                      FIELD                   Osia Lewis                                          BOX
                   Safeties, 1st Year (New Mexico ‘98)                                          Defensive Line, 1st Year (Oregon St. ‘86)
                   u Previously worked with SDSU head coach Rocky                               u  Worked along side SDSU head coach Rocky Long at
                   Long at New Mexico as a defensive graduate assistant                          UNM from 2003-07 as the defensive coordinator.
                   (1999-02), a video coordinator (2003-05) and a special                        u Also spent time as a defensive coordinator at UTEP
                   teams/safeties coach (2005-08).                                               (2008-09) and the Hartford Colonials of the United
                   u Coached Lobo place-kicker John Sullivan to consen-                          Football League (2010).
  sus All-America honors in 2007.                                               u Has coached in the Mountain West, Conference USA, Big Ten and
  u Earned three letterwinners as a punter and safety at UNM, where he          Pac-10, and has been on the sidelines in six bowl games.
  won the Chuck Cummings Memorial Award for morale and spirit.                  u Earned all-conference honors at Oregon State as a senior in 1985.




                   LeCharls McDaniel                                    FIELD                   Kevin McGarry                                      FIELD
                   WR/Special Teams, 11th Year (Cal Poly ’81)                                   Linebackers, 1st Year (San Diego ‘79)
                   uIn his third stint at SDSU, having coached the wide                         u Was the head coach at USD from 1996-03, guiding
                  receivers (2002 and 2006), running backs (2005) and                           the Toreros to a 39-37 record. Three of his teams were
                  secondary/special teams (‘94-96).                                             nationally ranked.
                  u Has also coached at Oregon State (STs/TEs), Cal                             u His 2003 San Diego squad was the No. 1 offense in
                  (STs), Washington Redskins (STs), Phoenix Cardinals                           the nation (Div. I-AA).
  (WRs), Cal Poly (Sec/STs), San Diego Chargers (Asst. STs) and Hartnell        u Was named the Pioneer Football League Coach of the Year in 2002.
  College (Sec).                                                                u Coached eight players to All-American honors at USD, including Eric
  u Honorable mention All-American as a senior cornerback in 1980.              Rasmussen, who led the nation in pass efficiency in 2002.



                   Brian Sipe                                           FIELD                   Tony White                                          BOX
                   Quarterbacks, 3rd Year (San Diego State)                                     Cornerbacks/Recruiting, 3rd Year (UCLA ’02)
                   u  Played for legendary SDSU coach Don Coryell and                           u Came to San Diego State after spending 2008 along-
                    was the Aztecs' leading passer in ‘70 and ‘71. In ‘70, he                   side current Aztec head coach Rocky Long at New
                    directed SDSU to a 9-2 record as the Aztecs spent eight                     Mexico. White was in charge of the Lobos’ linebackers.
                    weeks ranked among the nation’s top 20.                                     u In 2008, White coached two honorable mention all-
                    u As a junior, he was an honorable mention All-                             conference linebackers in Zach Arnett and Herbert
  American by the AP after throwing for 2,618 yards and 23 TDs.                 Felder.
  u In 1980, he earned league MVP honors and was named first-team               u Was a three-year starter and four-year letterman at outside linebacker
  all-pro, leading the Browns to an 11-5 record.                                for UCLA from 1997-2000.
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SAN DIEGO STATE ROSTER
 Alphabetical                      Numerical
 No. Name                   Pos.   No.   Name                 Pos.     Ht.   Wt.   Yr.    Exp.   Hometown (High School/College)
  77 s Alesi, Joel            P      2   Leon McFadden        DB     5-10    185    Jr.    2L    Inglewood, Calif. (St. John Bosco High)
  26 Andrews, Marcus         DB      3   Ezell Ruffin         WR      6-1    200    Fr.    RS    Long Beach, Calif. (Woodrow Wilson High)
  44 Andrews, Rob            LB      4   Romeo Horn           DB      6-0    185   Sr.     2L    Fresno, Calif. (Edison High)
  49 Autele, J.J.            DL      5   Dey Juan Hemmings    DB     5-11    205   Sr.     3L    San Bernardino, Calif. (Rialto High)
  32 s Badu, Kwasi           DB      6   Adam Dingwell        QB      6-4    205    Fr.    RS    Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall High)
  54 Barksdale, Demetrius    LB      6   Gabe Lemon           DB     5-10    185   So.     1L    Mission Viejo, Calif. (Lutheran High)
  90 Beed, Everett           DL      7   Alston Umuolo         TE     6-4    240   Sr.     3L    Phoenix, Ariz. (Centennial High)
  23 Bell, Tony              DB      9   Miles Burris          LB     6-3    235   Sr.     3L    Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay High)
  86 s Ben-Ron, Jesse        DL     10   Dylan Denso          WR      6-2    210   So.     1L    Dana Point, Calif. (Dana Hills High)
  20 Berhe, Nat              DB     11   Brandon Davis        DB      6-2    190   Sr.     3L    Oakland, Calif. (Castlemont HIgh)
  12 s Bernards, Jake        QB     12   Jake Bernards        QB      6-5    225   So.     SQ    Valencia, Calif. (West Ranch High)
  58 Brewer, Aaron           LS     12   Josh Wade            DB      6-0    185    Jr.    2L    San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma High)
   9 Burris, Miles           LB     13   Ronnie Hillman       RB     5-10    190   So.     1L    La Habra, Calif. (La Habra High)
  80 Clark, Larry           WR      14   Ryan Lindley         QB      6-4    230   Sr.     3L    Alpine, Calif. (El Capitan High)
  42 s Colquitt, A.C.       WR      14   Brian Stahovich        P     6-0    190   Sr.     3L    Solana Beach, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic High)
  67 Corbett, Garrett        OL     15   Chad Jeffries        QB      6-2    175    Fr.    HS    Glendora, Calif. (Glendora High)
  46 s Craighead, Robert     TE     17   Marcus Russell       WR     5-11    195   Sr.     SQ    Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan High/Fresno City College)
  11 Davis, Brandon          DB     18   Dominique Sandifer   WR      6-0    200    Jr.    2L    Gardena, Calif. (Beverly Hills High)
  10 Denso, Dylan           WR      19   Chris Forni          WR      6-3    195   Sr.     SQ    Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande High/City College of San Francisco)
  64 Dilley, Zach            OL     20   Nat Berhe            DB     5-10    185   So.     1L    Colton, Calif. (Colton High)
   6 s Dingwell, Adam        QB     21   Robert Gregorio      WR     5-10    170    Jr.    SQ    Rolling Hills, Calif. (Palos Verdes High)
  98 s Douglas, Zach         PK     21   Mahbu Keels          DB      6-1    160    Fr.    RS    San Diego, Calif. (Mission Bay High)
  60 Draheim, Tommie         OL     22   Desmond Dukes        DB     5-10    170    Fr.    HS    La Quinta, Calif. (La Quinta High)
  46 s Driver, Jacob         LB     22   Chase Price          RB      5-8    200    Fr.    HS    Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Ranch High)
  22 s Dukes, Desmond        DB     23   Tony Bell            DB      6-1    180    Fr.    HS    Los Angeles, Calif. (Locke High)
  68 Embernate, Nik          OL     24   Colin Lockett        WR      6-0    175   So.     1L    Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Bar High)
  88 Escobar, Gavin          TE     26   Marcus Andrews       DB      6-0    190   So.     1L    Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw High)
  45 s Feaster, Andrew       LB     27   Eric Pinkins         DB      6-3    205   So.     1L    Sacramento, Calif. (Inderkum High)
  42 s Fely, Jake            LB     29   Larry Parker         DB     5-11    170   Sr.     2L    San Diego, Calif. (St. Augustine High/Grossmont College)
  19 Forni, Chris           WR      30   Darius Guillory      DB     5-10    180    Fr.    HS    Temecula, Calif. (Chaparral High)
  47 Galea, Cody             DL     30   Adam Roberts          FB     6-3    210    Fr.    HS    El Paso, Texas (Coronado High)
  96 Galea’i, Kenny          DL     31   Logan Ketchum         LB     6-3    225   Sr.     2L    Oak Park, Calif. (Oak Park High)
  35 s Garrett, Dwayne       RB     32   Kwasi Badu           DB      6-1    165    Fr.    RS    San Diego, Calif. (La Jolla High)
  66 Gauld, Riley            OL     32   De’Saan Hardwick     RB      5-9    175    Fr.    HS    San Diego, Calif. (Madison High)
  48 Gavert, Josh            LB     33   Pierre Romain        DB      5-8    140    Fr.    HS    Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw High)
  45 s Ghandour, John        TE     33   Brandon Wright       RB     5-11    185    Fr.    HS    Las Vegas, Nev. (Palo Verde High)
  93 Gibbs, Larry            DL     34   Walter Kazee         RB      5-9    175    Jr.    2L    San Bernardino, Calif. (Cajon High)
  50 Gordert, Chris          LB     34   J.J. Whittaker       DB     5-10    165    Fr.    RS    Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)
  65 Gordon, Japheth         OL     35   Dwayne Garrett       RB      6-0    190    Fr.    HS    Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral High)
  40 s Graves, Scott         LB     35   King Holder          DB     5-10    150    Fr.    RS    Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)
  72 Greene, Darrell         OL     36   Nick Tenhaeff         LB     6-2    225   So.     1L    Atascadero, Calif. (Atascadero High)
  21 s Gregorio, Robert     WR      37   Vaness Harris         LB     6-2    255   So.     SQ    Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey High)
  30 Guillory, Darius        DB     38   T.J. Hickman         DB      6-0    185    Fr.    HS    Riverside, Calif. (Martin Luther King High)
  79 Gunther, Kurtis         OL     38   Abelardo Perez         K     6-1    225   Sr.     1L    Tijuana, Mexico (Castle Park High/Southwestern College)
  32 s Hardwick,De’Saan      RB     39   Adam Muema           RB     5-10    190    Fr.    RS    Covina, Calif. (Charter Oak High)
  37 Harris, Vaness          LB     39   Rene Siluano         DB     5-10    185   So.      1L   Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)
  86 s Hazely, Jemond       WR      40   Scott Graves          LB    5-10    205    Jr.    TR    Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Tesoro High/Saddleback JC)
  43 s Heers, Brice          FB     40   Chad Young            FB    5-11    225   So.      1L   La Verne, Calif. (Glendora High)
   5 Hemmings, Dey Juan      DB     41   Khalid Stevens       DB     5-11    195    Jr.     1L   Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Palisades High)
  75 Henkel, Jonathan        OL     42   Jake Fely             LB    5-10    200    Fr.    RS    Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)
  89 Hewitt, Hunter          TE     42   A.C. Colquitt        WR      6-0    185    Jr.    TR    Jacksonville, Fla. (Aiea High (Hawaii)/Golden West JC)
  38 s Hickman, T.J.         DB     43   Brice Heers           FB    5-11    210   So.     SQ    Encinitas, Calif. (Santa Fe Christian High)
  13 Hillman, Ronnie         RB     43   Ross Williams         LB     6-3    205    Jr.    SQ    Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Mission Viejo High)
  95 Hokokian, Chris         DL     44   Rob Andrews           LB     6-2    225    Jr.     2L   Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill High)
  35 Holder, King            DB     45   Andrew Feaster        LB     6-0    210   So.     RS    Chula Vista, Calif. (Eastlake High/Southwestern College)
   4 Horn, Romeo             DB     45   John Ghandour         TE     6-4    245    Fr.    RS    La Habra, Calif. (La Habra High)
  15 Jeffries, Chad          QB     46   Robert Craighead      TE     6-3    235    Fr.    HS    Lakeside, Calif. (El Capitan High)
  71 Johnson, Alec           OL     46   Jacob Driver          LB     6-2    220   So.     SQ    Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon High)
  77 s Jones, Reggie         OL     47   Cody Galea            DL     6-3    255    Fr.    RS    Elk Grove, Calif. (Franklin High)
  34 s Kazee, Walter         RB     48   Josh Gavert           LB     6-2    210    Fr.    RS    Lakewood, Calif. (Mayfair High)
  21 s Keels, Mahbu          DB     49   J.J. Autele           DL     6-1    235   Sr.     2L    Waipahu, Hawaii (Punahou High)
  31 Ketchum, Logan          LB     50   Chris Gordert         LB     6-0    225    Jr.    SQ    Honolulu, Hawaii (Mira Mesa High (Calif.))
  62 Koletsky, Brandon       LS     50   Femi Oladapo         DB      6-1    180    Fr.    HS    Hesperia, Calif. (Hesperia High)
  82 s Lamar, David         WR      51   Jimmy Miller         OL      6-3    290    Jr.    SQ    Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen High)
  55 Leaupepe, Bruce         DL     51   Stan Sedberry         LB     6-2    205    Fr.    HS    Albuquerque, N.M. (La Cueva High)
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Numerical                                                                                                                                       Alphabetical
No.    Name                         Pos.      Ht.     Wt.     Yr.    Exp.    Hometown (High School/College)                                     No. Name                      Pos.
 52    Nick Stenman                  LB       6-2     205      Fr.    HS     Baltimore, Md. (Scripps Ranch High (Calif.))                         6 s Lemon, Gabe              DB
 53    Emilio Rivera                 OL       6-4     295     Sr.     2L     Sylmar, Calif. (Sylmar High)                                        14 s Lindley, Ryan            QB
 54    Demetrius Barksdale           LB       6-3     205     Sr.     2L     San Diego, Calif. (University City High)                            24 Lockett, Colin            WR
 55    Bruce Leaupepe                DL       6-4     255      Jr.    TR     San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove High/City College of San Francisco)     94 Long, Jerome               DL
 57    Christian Parra               LB       6-1     225      Fr.    HS     Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan High)                                      74 Matamua, Mike              OL
 58    Aaron Brewer                  LS       6-5     225     Sr.     3L     Fullerton, Calif. (Troy High)                                        2 McFadden, Leon             DB
 59    Jordan Thomas                 DL       6-1     245     So.     1L     Redlands, Calif. (Redlands High)                                    98 s Meredith, Sam            DL
 60    Tommie Draheim                OL       6-4     290     Sr.     2L     Lakeside, Calif. (El Capitan High)                                  51 s Miller, Jimmy            OL
 61    John Wilson                   DB       6-0     190      Fr.    HS     San Diego, Calif. (Torrey Pines High)                               39 s Muema, Adam              RB
 62    Brandon Koletsky              LS       6-2     225      Fr.    RS     Encino, Calif. (Campbell Hall High)                                 83 Nicholas, Osmond          WR
 64    Zack Dilley                   OL       6-5     285      Fr.    RS     Sun City, Calif. (Paloma Valley High)                               50 Oladapo, Femi              DB
 65    Japheth Gordon                OL       6-3     290     So.     SQ     Canyon Country, Calif. (Canyon High)                                97 Onuoha, Dontrell           DL
 66    Riley Gauld                   OL       6-5     310      Jr.    RS     Santa Ynez, Calif. (Santa Ynez High/Allan Hancock College)          29 Parker, Larry              DB
 67    Garrett Corbett               OL       6-5     290      Fr.    RS     Sparks, Nev. (Reed High)                                            57 Parra, Christian           LB
 68    Nik Embernate                 OL       6-4     300      Jr.    2L     Yucaipa, Calif. (Yucaipa High)                                      38 s Perez, Abelardo           K
 69    Paul Rodriguez                OL       6-7     240      Fr.    HS     San Bernardino, Calif. (San Gorgonio High)                          27 Pinkins, Eric              DB
 71    Alec Johnson                  OL       6-3     300      Jr.    1L     Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen High)                                    84 Pitts, Paul               WR
 72    Darrell Greene                OL       6-4     275      Fr.    HS     Oakley, Calif. (Freedom High)                                       22 s Price, Chase             RB
 73    Jordan Smith                  OL       6-5     250      Fr.    HS     Redlands, Calif. (Redlands High)                                    87 Quigley, Bryce             TE
 74    Mike Matamua                  OL       6-4     295     Sr.     1L     Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei High)                                      53 Rivera, Emilio             OL
 75    Jonathan Henkel               OL       6-4     275      Fr.    HS     Chula Vista, Calif. (Otay Ranch High)                               30 s Roberts, Adam            FB
 77    Joel Alesi                     P       6-0     240      Fr.    RS     El Cajon, Calif. (Christian High)                                   69 Rodriguez, Paul            OL
 77    Reggie Jones                  OL       6-5     295      Fr.    HS     San Diego, Calif. (Mount Miguel High)                               33 Romain, Pierre             DB
 79    Kurtis Gunther                OL       6-8     285     Sr.     2L     Camarillo, Calif. (Adolfo Camarillo High)                            3 Ruffin, Ezell             WR
 80    Larry Clark                  WR        6-4     200      Fr.    HS     Venice, Calif. (Venice High)                                        17 Russell, Marcus           WR
 81    Brandon Turner               WR        6-3     195      Fr.    RS     Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran High)                               99 Sanchez, Jon               DL
 82    David Lamar                  WR        6-2     180      Fr.    RS     San Diego, Calif. (Madison High)                                    18 Sandifer, Dominique       WR
 82    Jay Waddell                  WR        6-0     175      Fr.    RS     Hesperia, Calif. (Hesperia High)                                    51 s Sedberry, Stan           LB
 83    Osmond Nicholas              WR        6-3     215     So.     SQ     Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)                                  85 Shields, D.J.              TE
 84    Paul Pitts                   WR        6-0     190      Fr.    HS     Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos High)                            39 s Siluano, Rene            DB
 85    D.J. Shields                  TE       6-4     240      Jr.    2L     Bonita, Calif. (Bonita Vista High)                                  73 Smith, Jordan              OL
 86    Jesse Ben-Ron                 DL       6-3     250     So.     SQ     Anaheim, Calif. (Loara High)                                        14 s Stahovich, Brian          P
 86    Jemond Hazely                WR        6-1     170      Fr.    HS     Corona, Calif. (Santiago High)                                      52 Stenman, Nick              LB
 87    Bryce Quigley                 TE       6-5     260     So.     1L     Apple Valley, Calif. (Granite Hills High)                           41 Stevens, Khalid            DB
 89    Hunter Hewitt                 TE       6-5     240      Jr.    1L     Lafayette, Calif. (Acalanes High)                                   92 Taylor, Ryan               DL
 88    Gavin Escobar                 TE       6-6     245     So.     1L     Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic High)      36 Tenhaeff, Nick             LB
 90    Everett Beed                  DL       6-3     245      Fr.    RS     Phelan, Calif. (Serrano High)                                       59 Thomas, Jordan             DL
 91    Frederick Trujillo            DL       6-1     230      Jr.    1L     Albuquerque, N.M. (Highland High)                                   91 Trujillo, Frederick        DL
 92    Ryan Taylor                   DL       6-4     220      Fr.    HS     Chula Vista, Calif. (Hilltop High)                                  81 Turner, Brandon           WR
 93    Larry Gibbs                   DL       6-0     245     Sr.     1L     Riverside, Calif. (Ramona High)                                      7 Umuolo, Alston             TE
 94    Jerome Long                   DL       6-5     285     Sr.     3L     Los Osos, Calif. (Morro Bay High)                                   82 s Waddell, Jay            WR
 95    Chris Hokokian                DL       6-1     225      Fr.    HS     Fresno, Calif. (Clovis North High)                                  12 s Wade, Josh               DB
 96    Kenny Galea’i                 DL       6-1     275      Fr.    RS     Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High)                                  34 s Whittaker, J.J.          DB
 97    Dontrell Onuoha               DL       6-2     250      Fr.    RS     Indio, Calif. (La Quinta High)                                      43 s Williams, Ross           LB
 98    Zach Douglas                 P/PK      6-2     200      Fr.    HS     Fort Myers, Fla. (Fort Myers High)                                  61 Wilson, John               DB
 98    Sam Meredith                  DL       6-4     250      Fr.    HS     La Mesa, Calif. (Helix High)                                        33 Wright, Brandon            RB
 99    Jon Sanchez                   DL       6-2     245      Fr.    HS     Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta High)                              40 s Young, Chad              FB
                                                                                                                                                    s - Duplicate Number
The Coaching Staff
Rocky Long (New Mexico ’74) Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator, 1st season as head coach at SDSU/3rd overall; Andy Ludwig (Portland State ’88) Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends,
1st season; Jeff Horton (Nevada ’81) Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs, 1st season; Dan Finn (Northern Arizona ‘02) Offensive Line, 1st season; Daniel Gonzales (New Mexico ’98)
Safeties, 1st season; Osia Lewis (Oregon State ’86) Defensive Line, 1st season; LeCharls McDaniel (Cal Poly ’81) Wide Receivers/Special Teams, 11th season; Kevin McGarry (USD ‘79)
Linebackers, 1st season; Brian Sipe (San Diego State) Quarterbacks, 3rd season; Tony White (UCLA ’02) Cornerbacks/Recruiting Coordinator, 3rd season; Rick Court (Michigan State
‘02) Strength & Conditioning, 1st season; Bobby Smitheran (New Mexico ‘96) Director of Football Operations, 1st season.

Pronunciation Guide
No. 3 Ezell Ruffin                                EE-zell   No. 41 Khalid Stevens                         kuh-LEAD        No. 65 Japheth Gordon             JAW-phet (like prophet)
No. 7 Alston Umuolo             ALL-stun OO-moo-o-low       No. 42 A.C. Colquitt                          cole-QUIT       No. 72 Darrell Greene                          duh-RELL
No. 14 Brian Stahovich                    stuh-HOV-itch     No. 42 Jake Fely                                FEE-lee       No. 74 Mike Matamua                    mah-tah-MOO-uh
No. 19 Chris Forni                           four-KNEE      No. 45 John Ghandour                        gan-DOW-er        No. 77 Joel Alesi                           uh-LEE-see
No. 20 Nat Berhe                          nat bear-HEY      No. 47 Cody Galea                            guh-LAY-uh       No. 86 Jemond Hazely             juh-MOND haze-UH-lee
No. 21 Mahbu Keels            ma-BOO Keels (like heels)     No. 48 Josh Gavert                                GAV-ert     No. 95 Chris Hokokian                   hoe-coke-EE-an
No. 21 Robert Gregorio                  greh-gore-EE-o      No. 49 J.J. Autele                             all-tell-EE    No. 96 Kenny Galea’i                       nal-EE-all-EE
No. 30 Darius Guillory                       gill-or-REE    No. 50 Chris Gordert                         GORE-dert        No. 97 Dontrell Onuahu                     on-OOH-o-ha
No. 32 De’Saan Hardwick                      deh-SAWN       No. 50 Femi Oladapo                fem-EE hola-dah-POE        Osia Lewis                                        OH-say
No. 34 Walter Kazee                              KAY-zee    No. 55 Bruce Leaupepe                     lay-uh-PEP-eh       Andy Ludwig                                      LUD-wig
No. 36 Nick Tenhaeff                            ten-OFF     No. 57 Christian Parra                           PAR-uh       LeCharls McDaniel                         luh-CHARLES
No. 39 Adam Muema                          MOO-emma         No. 60 Tommie Draheim                         DRAY-hime
No. 39 Rene Siluano                        SILL-u-on-oh     No. 64 Zack Dilley                                 dill-EE
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SDSU DEPTH CHART VS. MICHIGAN
 OFFENSE                                  DEFENSE                                   SPECIALISTS
LEFT TACKLE (LT)                         DEFENSIVE END (DE)                        PUNTER
60 Tommie Draheim, 6-4, 290, Sr.**       49 J.J. Autele, 6-1, 235, Sr.**           14 Brian Stahovich, 6-0, 190, Sr.***
67 Garrett Corbett, 6-5, 290, Fr.-RS     91 Frederick Trujillo, 6-1, 230, Jr.*     77 Joel Alesi, 6-0, 240, Fr.-RS
69 Paul Rodriguez, 6-7, 240, Fr.-HS      97 Dontrell Onuoha, 6-2, 250, Fr.-RS
                                         90 Everett Beed, 6-3, 245, Fr.-RS         PLACEKICKER
LEFT GUARD (LG)                          95 Chris Hokokian, 6-1, 225, Fr.-HS       38 Abelardo Perez, 6-1, 225, Sr.*
53 Emilio Rivera, 6-4, 295, Sr.**
65 Japheth Gordon, 6-3, 290, So.-SQ      DEFENSIVE TACKLE (DT)                     KICKOFFS
73 Jordan Smith, 6-5, 250, Fr.-HS        94 Jerome Long, 6-5, 285, Sr.***          38 Abelardo Perez, 6-1, 225, Sr.*
                                         98 Sam Meredith, 6-4, 250, Fr.-HS
CENTER (C)                               86 Jesse Ben-Ron, 6-3, 250, So.-SQ        HOLDER
 71 Alec Johnson, 6-3, 300, Jr.*         96 Kenny Galea’i, 6-1, 275, Fr.-RS        14 Brian Stahovich, 6-0, 190, Sr.***
51 Jimmy Miller, 6-3, 290, Jr.-SQ        99 Jon Sanchez, 6-2, 245, Fr.-HS           6 Adam Dingwell, 6-4, 205, Fr.-RS
64 Zack Dilley, 6-5, 285, Fr.-RS
                                         DEFENSIVE END (DE)                        LONG SNAPPER
RIGHT GUARD (RG)                         59 Jordan Thomas, 6-1, 245, So.*          58 Aaron Brewer, 6-5, 225, Sr.***
68 Nik Embernate, 6-4, 300, Jr.**        47 Cody Galea, 6-3, 255, Fr.-RS           62 Brandon Koletsky, 6-2, 225, Fr.-RS
66 Riley Gauld, 6-5, 310, Jr.-RS         93 Larry Gibbs, 6-0, 245, Sr.*
72 Darrell Greene, 6-4, 275, Fr.-HS      55 Bruce Leaupepe, 6-4, 255, Jr.-TR       KICKOFF RETURNS
75 Jonathan Henkel, 6-4, 275, Fr.-HS     92 Ryan Taylor, 6-4, 220, Fr.-HS          24 Colin Lockett, 6-0, 175, So.* AND
                                                                                   17 Marcus Russell, 5-11, 195, Sr.
RIGHT TACKLE (RT)                        LINEBACKER (LB)                           35 Dwayne Garrett, 6-0, 190, Fr.
79 Kurtis Gunther, 6-8, 285, Sr.**        31 Logan Ketchum, 6-3, 225, Sr.**        34 Walter Kazee, 5-10, 165, Jr.**
 74 Mike Matamua, 6-4, 295, Sr.*         36 Nick Tenhaeff, 6-2, 225, So.*
77 Reggie Jones, 6-5, 295, Fr.-HS        48 Josh Gavert, 6-2, 210, Fr.-RS          PUNT RETURNS
                                         43 Ross Williams, 6-3, 205, Jr.-SQ        29 Larry Parker, 5-11, 170, Sr.** OR
WIDE RECEIVER (X)                        52 Nick Stenman, 6-2, 205, Fr.-HS          2 Leon McFadden, 5-10, 185, Jr.**
24 Colin Lockett, 6-0, 175, So.*                                                   10 Dylan Denso, 6-2, 210, So.*
84 Paul Pitts, 6-0, 190, Fr.-HS          MIDDLE LINEBACKER (MLB)
82 David Lamar, 6-2, 180, Fr.-RS         42 Jake Fely, 5-10, 200, Fr.-RS           * - Denotes number of letters earned through
21 Robert Gregorio, 5-10, 170, Jr.-SQ    44 Rob Andrews, 6-2, 225, Jr.**           the 2010 season. Injured players are listed in
81 Brandon Turner, 6-3, 195, Fr.-RS      46 Jacob Driver, 6-2, 220, So.-SQ         italics and at the bottom of the depth chart.
                                         40 Scott Graves, 5-10, 205, Jr.-TR        Players in red are returning starters from the
TIGHT END (Y)                            50 Chris Gordert, 6-0, 225, Jr.-SQ        2010 season. Underline players are newcom-
 87 Bryce Quigley, 6-5, 260, So.*
 88 Gavin Escobar, 6-6, 245, So.*                                                  ers or freshmen who redshirted last season.
                                         LINEBACKER (LB)
  7 Alston Umuolo, 6-4, 240, Sr.***        9 Miles Burris, 6-3, 235, Sr.***
 85 D.J. Shields, 6-4, 240, Jr.**        54 Demetrius Barksdale, 6-3, 205, Sr.**   INJURED - OUT FOR EXTENDED TIME
 46 Robert Craighead, 6-3, 235, Fr.-HS    37 Vaness Harris, 6-2, 255, So.-SQ       12 Josh Wade, 6-0, 185, Jr.** (achilles)
 45 John Ghandour, 6-4, 245, Fr.-RS      45 Andrew Feaster, 6-0, 210, So.-RS       18 Dominique Sandifer, 6-0, 200, Jr.** (knee)
                                          57 Christian Parra, 6-1, 225, Fr.-HS     34 J.J. Whitaker, 5-10, 175, Fr.-RS (knee)
WIDE RECEIVER (Z)                                                                  82 Jay Waddell, 6-0, 175, Fr.-RS (knee)
10 Dylan Denso, 6-2, 210, So.*           CORNERBACK (CB)
17 Marcus Russell, 5-11, 195, Sr.-SQ      2 Leon McFadden, 5-10, 185, Jr.**
42 A.C. Colquitt, 6-0, 185, Jr.-TR       35 King Holder, 5-10, 150, Fr.-RS
83 Osmond Nicholas, 6-3, 215, So.-SQ     21 Mahbu Keels, 6-1, 160, Fr.-RS
19 Chris Forni, 6-3, 195, Sr.-SQ         33 Pierre Romain, 5-8, 140, Fr.-HS
86 Jemond Hazely, 6-1, 170, Fr.-HS
                                         WARRIOR (WAR)
RUNNING BACK (RB)                        20 Nat Berhe, 5-10, 185, So.*
13 Ronnie Hillman, 5-10, 190, So.*        5 Dey Juan Hemmings, 5-11, 205, Sr.***
34 Walter Kazee, 5-9, 175, Jr.**         11 Brandon Davis, 6-2, 190, Sr.***
35 Dwayne Garrett, 6-0, 190, Fr.-HS      38 T.J. Hickman, 6-0, 185, Fr.-HS          CAPTAINS
39 Adam Muema, 5-10, 190, Fr.-RS                                                   49   J.J. Autele, 6-1, 235, Sr.**
33 Brandon Wright, 5-11, 185, Fr.-HS     AZTEC                                      9   Miles Burris, 6-3, 235, Sr.***
22 Chase Price, 5-8, 200, Fr.-HS         41 Khalid Stevens, 5-11, 195, Jr.*        14   Ryan Lindley, 6-4, 230, Sr.***
32 De’Saan Hardwick, 5-9, 175, Fr.-HS    39 Rene Siluano, 5-10, 185, So.*
                                         27 Eric Pinkins, 6-3, 205, So.*
FULLBACK (FB)                            51 Stan Sedberry, 6-2, 205, Fr.-HS
40 Chad Young, 5-11, 225, So.*
43 Brice Heers, 5-11, 210, So.-SQ        WARRIOR (WAR)
44 Adam Roberts, 6-3, 210, Fr.-HS         6 Gabe Lemon, 5-10, 185, So.*
                                         26 Marcus Andrews, 6-0, 190, So.*
QUARTERBACK (QB)                         61 John Wilson, 6-0, 190, Fr.-HS
14 Ryan Lindley, 6-4, 230, Sr.***        22 Desmond Dukes, 5-10, 168, Fr.-HS
 6 Adam Dingwell, 6-4, 205, Fr.-RS
12 Jake Bernards, 6-5, 225, So.-SQ       CORNERBACK (CB)
15 Chad Jeffries, 6-2, 175, Fr.-HS       29 Larry Parker, 5-11, 170, Sr.**
                                          4 Romeo Horn, 6-0, 185, Sr.**
                                         23 Tony Bell, 6-1, 180, Fr.-HS
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GAME   1    Sept. 3 w Qualcomm Stadium (34,384)                                           GAME   2     Sept. 10 w Michie Stadium (26,778)

     vs. Cal Poly                                                                              at Army
SAN DIEGO – The San Diego State football team put on an impressive                        WEST POINT, N.Y. – On a weekend when emotions ran high as the nation
performance on both sides of the ball, downing Cal Poly, 49-21. With the                  commemorated the Sept. 11 tragedy, San Diego State survived its’ first-ever
win before 34,384 fans at Qualcomm Stadium, SDSU claimed its season                       trip to the state of New York by edging a determined Army squad, 23-20,
opener in consecutive years for the first time since 2003-04.                             in front of 26,778 fans at Michie Stadium. With the victory, the Aztecs start-
   SDSU wasted no time kicking off the 2011 season, marching 81 yards on                  ed a campaign at 2-0 in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1976-
just six plays to take an early 7-0 lead on a Ronnie Hillman 2-yard run.                  77.
After a punt, San Diego State scored a TD on three consecutive drives to                     The game got off to a very good start for the visitors, as quarterback
open up a 28-14 lead at the half.                                                         Ryan Lindley found wideout Colin Lockett on the second offensive play
   Quarterback Ryan Lindley found Gavin Escobar for a 3-yard touchdown                    for a 68-yard touchdown strike only 33 seconds into the contest.
pass in the first quarter, and Dylan Denso on touchdown passes of 3 and                      Army, meanwhile, fumbled on each of its first two possessions with the
                                                                                          Aztecs taking advantage of the second one with a 16-yard scoring run from
33 yards in the second quarter to account for the Aztecs’ other first-half
                                                                                          running back Ronnie Hillman to jump ahead 14-0.
scores, while Cal Poly countered with a 3-yard run by Mark Rodgers and
                                                                                             The Black Knights cut their deficit in half on the first of three rushing
a 17-yard rushing score by Jake Romanelli.                                                touchdowns on the day by quarterback Trent Steelman and headed into
   Despite not mounting much of an offensive attack in the third, the SDSU                the break tied, as the SDSU offense went scoreless in the second quarter.
defense came up big after the break, keeping the Mustangs to just 10 total                   The Aztecs finally got back on the board on their final drive of the third
yards of offense. Lindley threw his fourth touchdown of the game and in                   quarter, as Hillman caught a 24-yard pass and rushed four times for 45
the process broke Todd Santos’ school record for career touchdowns with                   yards, including a 20-yard scoring effort, to put them ahead, 20-14.
his 71st on an 18-yard pass to Colin Lockett.                                                The advantage would have been seven, however, SDSU place-kicker
   Hillman scampered for a 27-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter                    Abelardo Perez missed the extra point. Army had a chance to take the lead
to put San Diego State up 42-14. Following a 2-yard rushing touchdown by                  for the first time to start the fourth quarter, but it returned the favor by also
Cal Poly’s Andre Broadous, Lockett responded with a 94-yard kickoff                       missing an extra point following a TD, as the game was once again knot-
return for the final score of the game. Lockett’s kickoff return was the                  ted.
longest by an Aztec since 1997, and the eighth-longest return in school his-                 Starting from their own 20-yard line, the Aztecs drove 55 yards to set up
tory.                                                                                     what would turn out to be a game-winning 42-yard Perez field goal.
   Besides outgaining the Mustangs, 492-284, SDSU had 10 more first                          Army tried to answer with an incredible 17-play drive that ate up near-
downs (22-12) than Cal Poly, outrushed the visitors, 289-137, and had 203                 ly eight and a half minutes on the clock and got it all the way down to the
                                                                                          SDSU 25-yard line. Over the next four plays, however, the Black Knights
passing yards to the Mustangs’ 147. Additionally, San Diego State had the
                                                                                          moved backwards after they were flagged for a 5-yard penalty, gave up a
ball 36:08 compared to just 23:52 for Cal Poly.
                                                                                          6-yard sack and threw two incomplete passes, including one on fourth
   Hillman led the Aztec offensive attack with 189 yards on 28 carries and                down, giving the ball back and securing the Aztecs’ 23-20 victory.
two scores. It was his seventh 100-yard game of his career, all which have                   Overall, Army held a huge advantage in total offense (446-292) and time
eclipsed the 150-yard barrier.                                                            of possession (42:11-17:49), but had three drives ended by fumbles and two
   Lindley passed for 203 yards and four touchdowns, while Denso (66                      more turned over on downs. On the flip side, SDSU did not commit a
yards, 2 TD) and Escobar (36 yards, TD) each caught four passes. Lockett,                 turnover for the third outing in a row (longest streak in the program’s divi-
meanwhile, had three catches for 82 yards and a touchdown.                                sion I history) and was called for only three penalties for 10 total yards.
                                                                                             Hillman logged his fourth consecutive 100-yard rushing effort with 117
                 1          2      3     4    Total                                       yards, while Lockett posted his first 100-yard receiving outing with five
Cal Poly         0         14      0     7    - 21                                        catches for 113 yards. Defensively, SDSU was led by Jerome Long, who had
San Diego State 14         14      7    14    - 49                                        a career-high 10 tackles and a sack, and junior linebacker Rob Andrews,
                                                                                          who posted a career-best nine stops and a forced fumble.
SD - Hillman 2-yd run (Perez kick) -- 6 plays, 81 yds, 2:59 (12:01, 1st)
SD - Escobar 4-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 9 plays, 80 yds, 4:09 (2:31, 1st)                      1          2      3     4    Total
CP - Rodgers 3-yd run (Langford kick) -- 9 plays, 80 yds, 2:35 (14:56, 2nd)               San Diego State 14          0      6     3    - 23
SD - Denso 3-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) -- 14 plays, 73 yds, 6:26 (8:30, 2nd)   Army             7          7      0     6    - 20
CP - Romanelli 17-yd run (Langford kick) -- 5 plays, 74 yds, 2:10 (6:20, 2nd)
                                                                                          SD - Lockett 68-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 2 plays, 80 yds, 0:33 (14:27, 1st)
SD - Denso 33-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 7 plays, 79 yds, 2:51 (3:29, 2nd)
                                                                                          SD - Hillman 16-yd run (Perez kick) -- 3 plays, 27 yds, 1:14 (5:33, 1st)
SD - Lockett 18-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 9 plays, 88 yds, 4:47 (1:21, 3rd)    ARMY - Steelman 1-yd run (Carlton kick) -- 11 plays, 71 yds, 4:41 (0:44, 1st)
SD - Hillman 27-yd run (Perez kick) -- 4 plays, 36 yds, 2:13 (8:45, 4th)                  ARMY - Steelman 11-yd run (Carlton kick) -- 15 plays, 82 yds, 7:23 (6:53, 2nd)
CP - Broadous 2-yd run (Langford kick) -- 6 plays, 70 yds, 2:02 (6:43, 4th)               SD - Hillman 20-yd run (Perez kick failed) -- 8 plays, 80 yds, 3:18 (1:56, 3rd)
SD - Lockett 94-yd kickoff return (Perez kick) (6:30, 4th)                                ARMY - Steelman 17-yd run (Carlton kick failed) -- 7 plays, 70 yds, 4:09 (12:37, 4th)
                                                                                          SD - Perez 42-yd FG -- 8 plays, 55 yds, 3:08 (9:29, 4th)
INDIVIDUAL STATS
Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): CP: Rodgers 12-51-1; Romanelli 7-35-1;                         INDIVIDUAL STATS
Broadous 13-20-1; Williams 5-16-0; Mahr 4-14-0; Umoh 4-2-0. SDSU:                         Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 17-117-2; Kazee 6-42-0; TEAM
Hillman 28-189-2; Kazee 15-82-                                                            1-(-2)-0;   Lindley     1-(-11)-0.
0; Garrett 5-17-0; Lindley 1-1-0. team stats          CP    SDSU                          ARMY: Steelman 21-157-3; team stats                   SDSU      ARMY
Passing         (Comp.-Att.-Int., First Downs          12       22                        Brown 10-77-0; Hassin 13-59-0; First Downs                 16        25
Yards, TDs): CP: Broadous 6-13- Rushes-Yards       46-137   49-289                        Crucitti 7-39-0; Maples 10-37-0;
                                                                                                                             Rushes-Yards       25-146     77-403
0, 95, 0; Rodgers 1-1-0, 52, 0. SD: Passing Yards     147      203                        Dixon 6-22-0; Turrentine 7-13-0;
                                                                                                                             Passing Yards          146        43
Lindley      15-27-0,    203,    4; C-A-I                                                 Jenkins 3-(-1)-0.
                                                   7-14-0  15-28-0
                                                                                          Passing (Comp.-Att.-Int., Yards, C-A-I                8-18-0      2-7-0
Dingwell 0-1-0, 0, 0.               Total Offense     284      492
                                                                                          TDs): SDSU: Lindley 8-18-0, 146, Total Offense            292       446
Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): CP: Fumbles-Lost           3-1      0-0
                                                                                          1. ARMY: Steelman 2-4-0, 43, 0; Fumbles-Lost              0-0       8-3
Castaneda                  2-63-0; Penalties-Yards   7-65     5-40                        Jenkins 0-3-0, 0, 0.               Penalties-Yards       3-10      4-40
Michalkiewicz 2-54-0; Nicholls Possession Time      23:52    36:08                        Receiving       (No.-Yards-TDs): Possession Time        17:49     42:11
2-27-0; Romanelli 1-3-0. SD: Turnovers                  1        0                        SDSU: Lockett 5-113-1; Hillman Turnovers                    0         3
Denso 4-66-2; Escobar 4-36-1; Average Field Pos.   CP 25 SDSU 39                          2-20-0; Denso 1-13-0. ARMY: Average Field Pos.         SD 34 ARMY 21
Lockett 3-82-1; Hillman 2-2-0;                                                            Stephens 1-24-0; McFarlin 1-19-
Quigley 1-10-0; Kazee 1-7-0.                                                              0.
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GAME    3 Sept. 17 w Qualcomm Stadium (57,286)
      vs. Washington State
SAN DIEGO – As they say, streaks are meant to be broken and that’s just
what the Aztec football team did with its come-from-behind 42-24 victory
over Washington State.
   Not only did a San Diego State win give the program its’ first 3-0 start in
30 years, but it was also the team’s first victory over a current Pac-12 foe in
16 seasons and was the first win against a team from an automatic BCS
qualifying conference in 12 years.
   In front of the largest home crowd to ever see a regular-season contest
(57,286), the Aztecs erupted for 21 fourth-quarter points and held the
nation’s highest scoring offense to just one touchdown after the break.
   The game, however, initially got off to a very inauspicious start for the
home team, as the Cougars scored on their first offensive snap on an 80-
yard pass play from Marshall Lobbestael to Marquess Wilson.
   SDSU countered with two rushing touchdowns from sophomore Ronnie
Hillman, which sandwiched a 48-yard WSU field goal, before the first
quarter even came to an end.
   After combining for 28 points in the first 15 minutes, the Cougars were
the only team to find the scoreboard again before the break, reclaiming a
17-14 advantage as the Aztecs committed a pair of turnovers in
Washington State territory, including a fumble on the 16-yard line.
   WSU took its largest lead of the night at the 12:03 mark of the third quar-
ter when Lobbestael and Wilson hooked up again, this time on a 78-yard
catch and run to go up by 10 at 24-14.
   The Cougar defense forced the SDSU offense to punt on its very next
possession, but a roughing the punter penalty extended the drive. Three
plays later, Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley found tight end Gavin Escobar
open on the left sideline for a 25-yard touchdown.
   After missing a 39-yard field goal that would have equalized the game,
SDSU scored on each of its next two possessions in the fourth quarter on a
1-yard and a 59-yard Hillman run. The Aztecs later tacked on another
seven points on Escobar’s second TD to secure the 42-24 win.
   The San Diego State defense was simply outstanding in the fourth quar-
ter, holding the Cougars to 62 yards of offense and forcing three turnovers,
including two on back-to-back interceptions by cornerback Larry Parker.
   Hillman, meanwhile, tallied his fifth-straight 100-yard rushing game
with 191 yards on a career-best 32 carries, while matching his career high
with the four scores.

                  1           2      3     4    Total
Washington State 10           7      7     0    - 24
San Diego State 14            0      7    21    - 42

WSU - Wilson 80-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 1 plays, 80 yds, 0:09 (11:34, 1st)
SD - Hillman 13-yd run (Perez kick) -- 6 plays, 53 yds, 2:33 (9:01, 1st)
WSU - Furney 48-yd field goal -- 9 plays, 29 yds, 3:43 (5:18, 1st)
SD - Hillman 12-yd run (Perez kick) -- 13 plays, 76 yds, 5:18 (0:00, 1st)
WSU - Barton 23-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 10 plays, 88 yds, 3:34 (8:59, 2nd)
WSU - Wilson 78-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) -- 2 plays, 79 yds, 0:49 (12:03, 3rd)
SD - Escobar 25-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 6 plays, 69 yds, 2:31 (9:32, 3rd)
SD - Hillman 1-yd run (Perez kick) -- 8 plays, 63 yds, 4:21 (10:31, 4th)
SD - Hillman 59-yd run (Perez kick) -- 1 plays, 64 yds, 0:11 (7:26, 4th)
SD - Escobar 21-yd pass from Lindley (Perez kick) -- 3 plays, 20 yds, 0:50 (2:49, 4th)

INDIVIDUAL STATS
Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): WSU: Galvin 11-49-0; Winston 8-34-0; Barton
1-(-1)-0; Lobbestael 8-(-31)-0.
SDSU: Hillman 32-191-4; Kazee
9-36-0; Lindley 2-2-0; TEAM 1-(- team stats           WSU       SDSU
2)-0.                               First Downs          19         25
Passing (Comp.-Att.-Int., Yards,    Rushes-Yards      28-51     44-227
TDs): WSU: Lobbestael 20-42-2, Passing Yards            368        273
368, 3. SD: Lindley 21-37-1, 273, C-A-I             20-42-2    21-37-1
2.                                  Total Offense       419        500
Receiving      (No.-Yards-TDs): Fumbles-Lost            3-2        2-1
WSU: Wilson 6-236-2; Barton 6- Penalties-Yards         7-69       5-51
70-1; Karstetter 5-40-0; Ratliff 3- Possession Time   24:17      35:43
22-0. SD: Denso 4-61-0; Lockett Turnovers                 4          2
4-59-0; Escobar 4-58-2; Quigley Average Field Pos.  WSU 26 SDSU 35
4-32-0; Umuolo 3-32-0; Hillman
2-31-0.
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SAN DIEGO STATE UPDATED BIOS
                 u   #26 Marcus andrews                                            * = Game started
                 DB, 6-0, 190, So.-1L
                 Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw HS)                                                    u   #54 Demetrius Barksdale
                 n 2011: Logged one solo tackle in the win over Cal Poly ...                          LB, 6-3, 205, Sr.-2L
                 Recovered his first career fumble in the first quarter of the                        San Diego, Calif. (University City HS)
                 Army contest ... Forced his first career fumble and added                            n 2011: Former walk-on, who was granted a scholarship
                 a season-best three tackles in the win over Washington St.                           this past summer ... Recovered a fumble for a third year in
                                                                                                      a row, jumping on a loose ball on a punt return vs. Cal
n M. ANDREWS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                                       Poly ... Forced his first career fumble in the win at Army
Career Statistics   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                                          ... Had two tackles, including a key sack on third down in
2010                13     20-13-33      1.5-5     0-0 0-0       5    0    0                          the third quarter vs. Washington State.
2011                 3       3-2-5         0-0     0-0 0-0       0    1 1-0
Totals              16     23-15-38      1.5-5     0-0 0-0       5    1 1-0        n BARKSDALE’S CAREER STATISTICS
   Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at BYU (10/9/10), at Missouri (9/18/10); TFL: 1.0      Career Statistics     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1, five times; FF: 1 vs. WSU (9/19/11); FR: 1 at Army      2009                 11       8-3-11       1.0-7    0-0 0-0       0    0 1-0
(9/10/11).                                                                         2010                 13      22-11-33     4.5-22 2.0-15 0-0       3    0 1-0
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. WSU (9/19/11); FF: 1 vs. WSU (9/19/11); FR: 1        2011                  3        4-0-4       1.0-4   1.0-4 0-0      0    1 1-0
at Army (9/10/11).                                                                 Totals               27      34-14-48     6.5-33 3.0-19 0-0       3    1 3-0
                                                                                      Career Highs: Tackles: 6 vs. Air Force (10/19/10), vs. Utah St. (9/25/10);
                 u   #44 Rob andrews                                               TFL: 1.0, six times; Sacks: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/19/11), vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs.
                                                                                   Utah St. (9/25/10); PBU: 1, three times; FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11); FR: 1 vs. Cal
                 LB, 6-2, 225, Jr.-2L
                                                                                   Poly (9/3/11), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10), vs. NMSU (10/3/09).
                 Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill HS)
                                                                                      2011 Highs: Tackles: 2 vs. WSU (9/19/11); TFL: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/19/11);
                 n 2011: Reserve in the opener, making four tackles, includ-
                                                                                   Sacks: 1 vs. WSU (9/19/11); FF: 1 1 at Army (9/10/11); FR: 1 vs. Cal Poly
                 ing three solo efforts vs. the Mustangs ... Career-best nine
                                                                                   (9/3/11).
                 stops at Army, while also tallying a tackle for a loss and a
                 forced fumble ... Recovered a fumble that stopped a
                 Washington State drive in the fourth quarter.                                        u   #20 Nat Berhe
                                                                                                      DB, 5-10, 185, So.-1L
n R. ANDREWS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                                       Colton, Calif. (Colton HS)
Career Statistics    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                                         n 2011: Starter at one of the warrior spots vs. Cal Poly,
2009                 5       1-1-2      0.0-0     0-0 0-0      0   0     0                            contributing three tackles ... Doubled his opening game
2010                13     21-13-34     1.5-8    1.0-6 0-0     2   1     0                            effort with six stops at Army ... Three solo tackles and his
2011                 3      7-7-14      1.0-5     0-0 0-0      0   1 1-0                              first pass breakup of the year vs. Washington State.
Totals              21     29-21-50    2.5-13 1.0-6 0-0        2   2 1-0
   Career Highs: Tackles: 9 at Army (9/10/11); TFL: 1.0 at Army (9/10/11),
at TCU (11/13/10); Sacks: 1.0 at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1, two times; FF: 1 at       n BERHE’S CAREER STATISTICS
Army (9/10/11), at TCU (11/13/10); FR: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).                        Career Statistics    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 9 at Army (9/10/11); TFL: 1.0 at Army (9/10/11); FF:       2010                12     26-13-39     1.0-2    0-0 1-10      4    0 1-0
1 at Army (9/10/11); FR: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).                                      2011                 3      10-2-12      0-0     0-0 0-0       1    0 0-0
                                                                                   Totals              15     36-15-51     1.0-2    0-0 1-10      5    0 1-0
                 u   #49 J.J. Autele                                                 Career Highs: Tackles: 9 at BYU (10/9/10); TFL: 1.0 at NMSU (9/11/10);
                                                                                   INT: 1 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); PBU: 2 vs. Colorado State (11/6/10); FR: 1 at
                 DL, 6-1, 235, Sr.-2L
                                                                                   NMSU (9/11/10).
                 Waipahu, Hawaii (Punahou HS)
                                                                                     2011 Highs: Tackles: 6 at Army (9/10/11); PBU: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
                 n 2011: Voted as one of the team’s three captains ... Starter
                 against Cal Poly, making three solo tackles, including one
                                                                                   n BERHE 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                 for a loss of a yard ... Three stops with two of the solo vari-
                                                                                                      G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                   FR
                 ety at Army ... Three for the third consecutive game,
                                                                                   CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   2-1-3    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
                 including one for a loss, against Washington State.
                                                                                   at Army (9/10/11)* 1   5-1-6    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
                                                                                   WSU (9/17/11)*     1   3-0-3    0-0     0-0 0-0    1   0                   0-0
n AUTELE’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                   * = Game started
Career Statistics     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
2008                   4     2-1-3         0-0     0-0 0-0      0    0     0
2009                  11    7-5-12        1.0-4    0-0 0-0      0    0     0                          u   #9 Miles Burris
2010                  13    8-7-15       3.5-13 1.5-10 0-0      0    0     0                          LB, 6-3, 235, Sr.-3L,
2011                   3     8-1-9        2.0-2    0-0 0-0      0    0     0                          Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay HS)
Totals                31   25-14-39      6.5-19 1.5-10 0-0      0    0     0                          n 2011: Voted as one of the team’s three captains ...
   Career Highs: Tackles: 5 at BYU (10/9/10); TFL: 1.0, four times; Sacks: 1.0                        National watch list candidate for the Butkus, Lombardi
at Wyoming (10/30/10).                                                                                and Nagurski Awards ... Preseason all-MWC ... Started his
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. WSU (9/17/11), at Army (9/10/11), vs. Cal Poly                          26th straight outing vs. Cal Poly, tying for the team lead
(9/3/11); TFL: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/17/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).                                          with six tackles, including two for a loss and a sack ... Had
                                                                                                      six stops again in the second game of the year at Army,
n AUTELE 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                         while also recovering a fumble for the first time in his career ... Recorded a
                   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                        sack for a loss of eight yards, totaling four tackles in all against Washington
CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   3-0-3    1.0-1   0-0 0-0    0   0  0                        St.
at Army (9/10/11)* 1   2-1-3     0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0  0
WSU (9/17/11)*     1   3-0-3    1.0-1   0-0 0-0    0   0  0
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n BURRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                                       u   #68 nik embernate
Career Statistics     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                                                                                                  OL, 6-4, 300, Jr.-2L,
2008                 12      11-8-19     1.5-2     0-0 0-0      0     0    0
                                                                                                  Yucaipa, Calif. (Yucaipa HS)
2009                 12     30-28-58    6.0-14 1.5-9 0-0        0     0    0
                                                                                                  n 2011: Starter at right guard for the 22nd consecutive
2010                 13     54-26-80 20.0-104 9.5-61 0-0        0     4    0
                                                                                                  contest in the win over Cal Poly ... In the starting lineup at
2011                  3       9-7-16    3.0-16 2.0-15 0-0       0     0 1-0
                                                                                                  Army and against Washington State.
Totals               40 104-69-173 30.5-136 13.0-85 0-0         0     4 1-0
   Career Highs: Tackles: 10 vs. CSU (11/6/10); TFL: 4.0 vs. CSU (11/6/10);
Sack: 2.0, two times; FF: 2 vs. CSU (11/6/10); FR: 1 at Army (9/10/11).
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 6 at Army (9/10/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); TFL: 2.0                      u   #88 gavin escobar
vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Sack: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/19/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); FR:                    TE, 6-6, 245, So.-1L
1 at Army (9/10/11).                                                                              R. Santa Margarita, Calif. (S. Margarita Catholic HS)
                                                                                                  n 2011: Hauled in his fifth career touchdown in the sea-
n BURRIS 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                                        son-opening win over Cal Poly ... Overall, had four catch-
                   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                                       es for 36 yards as a starter against the Mustangs ... Reserve
CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   5-1-6    2.0-8  1.0-7 0-0   0   0  0                                       at Army, but did not make a reception ... Career-best two
at ARMY (9/10/11)* 1   2-4-6     0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0 1-0                                      touchdowns with both coming in the second half of the
WSU (9/17/11)*     1   2-2-4    1.0-8  1.0-8 0-0   0   0  0                                       win over WSU, ending with four grabs for 58 yards.
* = Game started
                                                                                 n ESCOBAR’S CAREER STATISTICS
                 u   #10 Dylan Denso                                             Career Statistics             Receiving
                WR, 6-2, 210, So.-1L,                                                                G       No.         Yds.         TD        Avg.
                Dana Point, Calif. (Dana Hills HS)                               2010                13       29          323          4        11.1
                n 2011: Walk-on who got his first career start against Cal       2011                 3        8           94          3        11.8
                Poly ... Finished the victory over the Mustangs with four        Totals              16       37          417          7        11.3
                catches for 66 yards, including two touchdowns on recep-            Career Highs: Receptions: 6 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Receiving Yards: 65 vs.
                tions of three and 33 yards ... Made only one catch at Army      Utah (11/20/10); Receiving TDs: 2 vs. WSU (9/19/11); Longest Reception: 45
                with it going for 13 yards ... Team’s leading receiver           vs. Utah St. (9/25/10).
                against Washington State with four grabs for 61 yards,              2011 Highs: Receptions: 4 vs. WSU (9/19/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11);
including a long of 25.                                                          Receiving Yards: 58 vs. WSU (9/19/11); Receiving TDs: 2 vs. WSU (9/19/11);
                                                                                 Longest Reception: 25 vs. WSU (9/19/11).
n DENSO’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics              Receiving                                         n ESCOBAR 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                   G          No.        Yds.          TD       Avg.                                    Receiving
2010               13           4           39           0        9.8                               No. Yds. TD Avg.
2011                3           9         140            2       15.6            CAL POLY (9/3/11)*   4   36      1  9.0
Totals             16          13         179            2       13.8            at Army (9/10/11)    0    0      0  0.0
   Career/2011 Highs: Receptions: 4 vs. WSU (9/19/11), vs. Cal Poly              WSU (9/17/11)        4   58      2 14.5
(9/3/11); Receiving Yards: 66 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Receiving TDs: 2 vs. Cal    * = Game started
Poly (9/3/11); Long Reception: 33 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
                                                                                                  u   #42 Jake Fely
n DENSO 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                                         LB, 5-10, 200, Fr.-RS
                       Receiving                                                                  Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside HS)
                   No. Yds. TD                Avg.                                                n 2011: Starter at middle linebacker against Cal Poly,
CAL POLY (9/3/11)*   4   66      2            16.5                                                tying for the team lead in tackles with six, including one
at Army (9/10/11)*   1   13      0            13.0                                                for a loss, while adding a forced fumble ... Forced a fum-
WSU (9/17/11)*       4   61      0            15.3                                                ble for the second outing in a row, while also tallying a
* = Game started                                                                                  career-high eight stops in the victory at Army ... Tied for
                                                                                                  the team lead in tackles with seven against Washington
                 u   #6 Adam Dingwell                                            State, including a career-best 2.5 for a loss and a sack.
                 QB, 6-4, 205, Fr.-RS
                 Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall HS)                                   n FELY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                 n 2011: Made his collegiate debut in the fourth quarter vs.     Career Statistics     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                 Cal Poly, attempting one pass ... Did not see action in the     2010                  3      1-1-2      1.5-10 1.0-9 0-0        0    0    0
                 wins against Army and Washington State.                         2011                  3    11-10-21     3.5-11 1.0-7 0-0        0    2    0
                                                                                 Totals                6    12-11-23     5.0-21 2.0-16 0-0       0    2    0
                                                                                    Career Highs: Tackles: 8 at Army (9/10/11); TFLs: 2.5 vs. WSU (9/19/11);
                                                                                 Sacks: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/19/11), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11),
n DINGWELL’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                   vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
Career Statistics G Att. Com. INT Yds. TDs                   Eff. Tot. Off.         2011 Highs: Tackles: 8 at Army (9/10/11); TFLs: 2.5 vs. WSU (9/19/11);
2011              1     1     0       0         0    0        0.00      0        Sacks: 1.0 vs. WSU (9/19/11); FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
  Career/2011 Highs: Attempts: 1 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
                                                                                 n FELY 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                                                    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks             Int. PBU FF      FR
                 u   #60 Tommie Draheim                                          CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   4-2-6    1.0-1   0-0              0-0   0   1      0-0
                 OL, 6-4, 290, Sr.-2L,                                           at Army (9/10/11)* 1   3-5-8     0-0    0-0              0-0   0   1      0-0
                 Lakeside, Calif. (El Capitan HS)                                WSU (9/19/11)*     1   4-3-7   2.5-10 1.0-7              0-0   0   0      0-0
                 n 2011: Started his 21st career outing (18th straight) vs.      * = Game started
                 Cal Poly at left tackle ... Starter again at Army and against
                 Washington State.
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                 u   #47 Cody Galea                                                 n HILLMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                    Career Statistics               Rushing                  Receiving
                 DL, 6-3, 255, Fr.-RS
                                                                                                         G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg.
                 Elk Grove, Calif. (Franklin HS)
                                                                                    2010                 13 262 1,532        17    5.8   9     68      1 7.6
                 n 2011: In his first collegiate game, his lone tackle was
                                                                                    2011                  3     77 497        8    6.5   6     53      0 8.8
                 behind the line of scrimmage for a loss of five yards vs. Cal
                                                                                    Totals               16 339 2,029        25    6.0  15 121         1 8.1
                 Poly ... Played but did not make a stop at Army or against
                                                                                       Career Highs: Carries: 32 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Rushing Yards: 228 at
                 Washington State.
                                                                                    Missouri (9/18/10); vs. Navy (12/23/10); Rushing TDs: 4 vs. WSU (9/17/11),
                                                                                    at NMSU (9/11/10); Long Rush: 93 at Missouri (9/18/10); Receptions: 2, five
n GALEA’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                    times; Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Navy (12/23/10); Long Reception: 25 vs. WSU
Career Statistics  G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                                                                                    (9/17/11).
2011               3        1-0-1        1.0-5     0-0 0-0       0    0 0-0
                                                                                       2011 Highs: Carries: 32 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Rushing Yards: 191 vs. WSU
   Career/2011 Highs: Tackles: 1 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); TFLs: 1.0 vs. Cal Poly
                                                                                    (9/17/11); Rushing TDs: 4 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Long Rush: 59 vs. WSU
(9/3/11).
                                                                                    (9/17/11); Receptions: 2 vs. WSU (9/17/11), at Army (9/10/11), vs. Cal Poly
                                                                                    (9/3/11); Long Reception: 25 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
                 u   #79 Kurtis Gunther
                 OL, 6-8, 285, Sr.-2L,                                              n HILLMAN GAME-BY-GAME
                 Camarillo, Calif. (Adolfo Camarillo HS)                                                    Rushing                         Receiving
                 n 2011: Made his 14th consecutive start at right tackle in                            Att. Yds. TD Avg.                No. Yds. TD Avg.
                 the opener with Cal Poly ... Also was a starter in the road        CAL POLY (9/3/11)*  28 189      2 6.8                 2   2     0 1.0
                 win at Army and against Washington State.                          at Army (9/10/11)*  17 117      2 6.9                 2  20     0 10.0
                                                                                    WSU (9/17/11)*      32 191      4 6.0                 2  31     0 15.5
                                                                                    * = Game started

                 u   #5 Dey Juan Hemmings                                                           u   #35 King Holder
                 DB, 5-11, 205, Sr.-3L,
                                                                                                    DB, 5-10, 150, Fr.-RS
                 San Bernardino, Calif. (Rialto HS)
                                                                                                    Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside HS)
                 n 2011: Made two stops in the opener with Cal Poly as a
                                                                                                    n 2011: Saw extensive action in his first collegiate game
                 reserve ... Came off the bench at Army, but did not log a
                                                                                                    with Cal Poly, making one tackle and recording one pass
                 tackle ... Broke up a pass for the first time in his career in
                                                                                                    breakup ... Posted five stops in the road win at Army,
                 the victory over Washington State.
                                                                                                    including four solos ... Played but did not log a tackle vs.
                                                                                                    WSU.
n HEMMINGS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                       n HOLDER’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics   G     UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                    Career Statistics  G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
2007               12        9-1-10       0-0      0-0    0    0    1 0-0           2011               3       5-1-6      0-0     0-0 0-0      1    0 0-0
2008               12       13-4-17       0-0      0-0    0    0    0 0-0              Career/2011 Highs: Tackles: 5 at Army (9/10/11); PBU: 1 vs. Cal Poly
2009               11       28-6-34     4.0-10     0-0 1-6     0    0 1-14          (9/3/11).
2010                2        1-0-1        0-0      0-0 0-0     0    0 0-0
2011                3         1-1-2       0-0      0-0 0-0     1    0 0-0
Totals             40      52-12-64     4.0-10     0-0 1-6     1    1 1-14                          u   #4 Romeo horn
   Career Highs: Tackles: 7 at UCLA (9/5/09); TFL: 1.0, four times; INT: 1                          DB, 6-0, 185, Sr.-2L,
vs. NMSU (10/3/09); PBU: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11); FR: 1.0 vs. NMSU (10/3/09);                           Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS)
FF: 1 vs. WYO (11/3/07).                                                                            n 2011: Saw the field during the opening two contests, but
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 2 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); PBU: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).                          did not record a tackle ... First stop of the year was a solo
                                                                                                    effort vs. Washington State.
                 u   #13 ronnie hillman
                  RB, 5-10, 190, So.-1L,
                  La Habra, Calif. (La Habra HS)
                                                                                    n HORN’S CAREER STATISTICS
                  n 2011: On the preseason national watch lists for the             Career Statistics    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                  Walter Camp, Doak Walker and Maxwell Awards ...                   2007                 12      5-2-7       0-0      0-0 0-0      0    0    0
                  Preseason all-MWC ... As a starter vs. Cal Poly, ran for 189      2008                  7      3-1-4       0-0      0-0 1-0      0    0    0
                  yards on 28 carries, including a pair of touchdowns ... His       2010                  3      4-0-4       0-0      0-0 0-0      0    0    0
                  189-yard effort was the third-best (No. 1 in MW) in week          2011                  3      1-0-1       0-0      0-0 0-0      0    0    0
                  one of the collegiate season ... First Aztec since 1998 to post   Totals               25     13-3-16      0-0      0-0 1-0      0    0    0
four-straight 100-yard rushing outings, reaching the mark with his 117                 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Missouri (9/18/10), vs. PSU (9/22/07); INT: 1
yards on 17 carries at Army ... Also had a 24-yard reception and two rush-          vs. Idaho (9/27/08).
ing TDs in the victory over Army ... MW co-Offensive Player of the Week                2011 Highs: Tackles: 1 at Army (9/10/11); PBU: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
after scoring four touchdowns and rushing for 191 yards on a career-high
32 carries in the victory vs. Washington State ... Eclipsed the 2,000-yard
mark in career rushing yardage agains the Cougars, becoming the 12th                                u   #71 Alec johnson
Aztec to do so ... Also added two catches for 31 yards with a career-long of                        OL, 6-3, 300, Jr.-1L,
25 yards ... Enters Michigan game having run for over 100 yards in five                             Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen HS)
straight outings, the third-longest streak in school history ... Now has nine                       n 2011: Made his first career start at center (17th overall)
career 100-yard rushing games in his 16 collegiate outings with eight of                            vs. Cal Poly ... Started at Army despite playing with a bro-
those for more than 150 yards ... Tied for first nationally in scoring (16.00                       ken right hand (he snapped with his left hand) ... Played
ppg.) and is second in rushing, while occupying the No. 1 spot in both cat-                         the entire game at center vs. Washington State.
egories in the MW.
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                 u   #34 Walter Kazee                                             n LEMON’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                  Career Statistics    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                RB, 5-9, 175, Jr.-2L,
                                                                                  2010                10      8-2-10       0-0      0-0 1-0       1    0    0
                San Bernardino, Calif. (Cajon HS)
                                                                                  2011                 3       5-2-7       0-0      0-0 0-0       1    0    0
                n 2011: Had 15 carries for 82 yards, including the team’s
                                                                                  Totals              13      13-4-17      0-0      0-0 1-0       2    0    0
                longest rush of the night (41 yards), vs. Cal Poly ... Also
                                                                                     Career Highs: Tackles: 3, three times; INT: 1 at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1
                added a 7-yard reception in the win over the Mustangs ...
                                                                                  at Army (9/10/11), at Wyoming (10/30/10).
                Logged all six of his carries for 42 yards in the second half
                                                                                     2011 Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. WSU (9/17/11), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); PBU: 1 at
                of the Army contest, including three on the game-winning
                                                                                  Army (9/10/11).
drive in the fourth quarter ... Had nine carries for 36 yards with a hard-
fought 15-yard effort against Washington State.
                                                                                  n LEMON 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                                                     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                FR
n KAZEE’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                  CAL POLY(9/3/11)* 1    3-0-3    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                0-0
Career Statistics                Rushing                   Receiving
                                                                                  at Army (9/10/11)* 1   1-0-1    0-0     0-0 0-0    1   0                0-0
                      G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg.
                                                                                  WSU (9/17/11)*     1   1-2-3    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                0-0
2009                 11     88 377         2    4.3     9    64       0 7.1
                                                                                  * = Game started
2010                 10     67 326         3    4.8     2    38       0 19.0
2011                  3     30 160         0    5.3     1     7       0 7.0
Totals               24 185 863            5    4.7    12 109         0 9.1                        u   #14 Ryan Lindley
   Career Highs: Carries: 22 vs. NMSU (10/3/09); Rushing Yards: 112 at                             QB, 6-4, 230, Sr.-3L,
UNLV (11/28/09); Long Rush: 61 at UNLV (11/28/09); Rushing TD: 1, five                             Alpine, Calif. (El Capitan HS)
times; Receptions: 2 vs. BYU (10/17/09), at UCLA (9/5/09); Receiving Yards:                        n 2011: A team tri-captain ... A Maxwell, Manning and
33 vs. BYU (10/17/09); Long Reception: 28 at Missouri (9/18/10); KO                                Davey O’Brien Award candidate ... Set the SDSU career
Returns: 4 at UCLA (9/5/09); KO Return Yards: 76 at UCLA (9/5/09); Long                            record for passing touchdowns (71) in the opening win
KO Return: 25 at UCLA (9/5/09).                                                                    over Cal Poly, completing 15 of his 27 attempts for 203
   2011 Highs: Carries: 15 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Rushing Yards: 82 vs. Cal                        yards, four scores and no interceptions in his 37th career
Poly (9/3/11); Long Rush: 41 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Receptions: 1 vs. Cal Poly                     start (32nd consecutive) ... Threw for 146 yards, including
(9/3/11); Receiving Yards: 7 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Long Reception: 7 vs. Cal     a 68-yard touchdown pass on the game’s second play at Army ... Season-
Poly (9/3/11).                                                                    best 273 yards to go with two touchdowns to tight end Gavin Escobar in
                                                                                  the victory over Washington State, completing 21 of his 37 pass attempts ...
n KAZEE GAME-BY-GAME                                                              In the process, became just the second Aztec to clear the 10,000-yard mark
                                Rushing                   Receiving               in career passing yards on his completion to Bryce Quigley in the second
                           Att. Yds. TD Avg.          No. Yds. TD Avg.            quarter ... Saw his streak of consecutive pass attempts without an intercep-
CAL POLY (9/3/11)           15   82     0 5.5           1   7     0 7.0           tion come to an end vs. the Cougars at 112 ... Has throw a TD in 13 consec-
at Army (9/10/11)            6   42     0 7.0           0   0     0 0.0           utive outings.
WSU (9/17/11)                9   36     0 4.0           0   0     0 0.0
* = Game started                                                                  n LINDLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                  Career Statistics G Att. Com. INT Yds. TDs Eff. Tot. Off.
                 u   #31 Logan Ketchum                                            2008               11 427      242       9     2,653 16 117.01      2,591
                 LB, 6-3, 225, Sr.-2L,                                            2009               12 437      239      16     3,054 23 123.44      2,923
                 Oak Park, Calif. (Oak Park HS)                                   2010               13 421      243      14     3,830 28 149.43      3,799
                 n 2011: Starter at outside linebacker for the 14th consecu-      2011                3    82     44       1       622  7 143.11        614
                 tive game vs. Cal Poly, making three stops ... Career-best       Totals             39 1,367    768      40 10,159 74 130.62         9,927
                 seven tackles at Army, including five solo efforts ...              Career Highs: Attempts: 59 at Notre Dame (9/6/08); Completions: 36 vs.
                 Contributed one assisted stop in the victory over WSU.           Utah (11/20/10); Passing Yards: 528 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Long Pass: 90 vs.
                                                                                  Utah (11/20/10); TDs Passing: 6 at CSU (10/24/09); TDs Rushing: 1 vs. S.
                  n KETCHUM’S CAREER STATISTICS                                   Utah (9/12/09), at Notre Dame (9/6/08).
Career Statistics     G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                       2011 Highs: Attempts: 37 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Completions: 21 vs. WSU
2008                   5      5-4-9        0-0     0-0 0-0       0    0     0     (9/17/11); Passing Yards: 273 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Long Pass: 68 at Army
2009                   9     7-7-14        0-0     0-0 0-0       0    0     0     (9/10/11); TDs Passing: 4 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
2010                  13    33-19-52      2.5-6   0.5-1 0-0      2    0     0
2011                   3     6-5-11        0-0     0-0 0-0       0    0     0     n LINDLEY 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
Totals                30    51-35-86      2.5-6   0.5-1 0-0      2    0     0                                         Passing                    Rushing
   Career Highs: Tackles: 7 at Army (9/10/11); TFL: 1.5 at Missouri                                         Att. Com. INT Yds. TDs           Att. Yds. TDs
(9/18/10); Sacks: 0.5 at Missouri (9/18/10); PBU: 1 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10), vs.   CAL POLY (9/3/11)*         27   15    0   203  4            1      1   0
Nicholls (9/4/10); Blocked Kick: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10).                         at Army (9/10/11)*         18    8    0   146  1            1    -11   0
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 7 at Army (9/10/11).                                      WSU (9/17/11)*             37   21    1   273  2            2      2   0
                                                                                  * = Game started
n KETCHUM 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                 FR                      u    #24 Colin Lockett
CAL POLY(9/3/11)* 1         1-2-3 0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                 0-0                     WR, 6-0, 175, So.-1L
at Army (9/10/11)* 1        5-2-7 0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                 0-0                     Diamond Bar, Calif. (Diamond Bar HS)
WSU (9/17/11)*       1      0-1-1 0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                 0-0                     n 2011: Converted to wideout from cornerback this sum-
                * = Game started                                                                  mer ... Starter for the first time vs. Cal Poly, while also
                                                                                                  returning kicks ... Had three catches for 82 yards and an
                 u   #6 Gabe Lemon                                                                18-yard touchdown on offense and scored another TD on
                 DB, 5-10, 185, So.-1L                                                            a 94-yard kick return in the fourth quarter against the
                 Mission Viejo, Calif. (Lutheran HS)                                              Mustangs ... Career-long catch on the game’s second play
                 n 2011: First career start at one of the warrior positions       at Army with a 68-yard touchdown ... Finished the afternoon with his first
                 against Cal Poly, managing three solo tackles to tie his         100-yard receiving effort (113 yards) on a career-best five receptions ...
                 career high ... Broke up a pass and added a tackle at Army.      Managed to haul in four passes for 59 yards in the win over WSU, while
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also averaging 24.6 yards on kick returns with a long of 44 in the first quar-       n MCFADDEN’S CAREER STATISTICS
ter ... Is 13th nationally in all-purpose yardage and 35th in kick returns.          Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks               Int. PBU FF FR
                                                                                     2009              12  17-9-26 1.0-5    1.0-5             1-39   0   0  0
n LOCKETT’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS                                              2010              13 38-17-55 7.0-40 1.0-11               2-0   12 0   0
Career Statistics      Receiving                                                     2011               3   6-3-9   0-0      0-0               0-0   5   0  0
                  G  No.       Yds.   TD                             Avg.            Totals            28 61-29-90 8.0-45 2.0-16              3-39 17 0     0
2011               3  12        254     2                            21.2
                                                                                     Punt Returns      Att.       Yds.          TD       Avg.          Long
Kick Returns      Att.       Yds.        TD         Avg.       Long                  2010                5          46           0          9.2          23
2011               11         287          1         26.1       94                   2011                4          38           0          9.5          26
   Career/2011 Highs: Receptions: 5 at Army (9/10/11); Receiving Yards:              Totals              9          84           0          9.3          26
113 at Army (9/10/11); Receiving TDs: 1 at Army (9/10/11), vs. Cal Poly                 Career Highs: Tackles: 7, three times; TFL: 3.0 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10);
(9/3/11); Long Reception: 68 at Army (9/10/11); Long Kickoff Return: 94 vs.          Sacks: 1.0 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09), at Wyoming (10/30/10); INT: 1, three
Cal Poly (9/3/11); Kickoff Return TD: 1 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).                       times; PBU: 3 vs. Air Force (10/16/10); Blocked Kicks: 1 vs. S. Utah (9/12/09),
                                                                                     at UCLA (9/5/09); Long Punt Return: 26 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
n LOCKETT 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                             2011 Highs: Tackles: 4 vs. WSU (9/17/11); PBU: 2 vs. WSU (9/17/11), at
                       Receiving                                                     Army (9/10/11); Long Punt Return: 26 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
                   No. Yds. TD                  Avg.
CAL POLY (9/3/11)*   3   82      1              27.3                                 n McFADDEN 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
at Army (9/10/11)*   5 113       1              22.6                                                    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                  FR
WSU (9/17/11)*       4   59      0              14.8                                 CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   3-0-3    0-0     0-0 0-0    1   0                  0-0
* = Game started                                                                     at Army (9/10/11)* 1   0-2-2    0-0     0-0 0-0    2   0                  0-0
                                                                                     WSU (9/17/11)*     1   3-1-4    0-0     0-0 0-0    2   0                  0-0
                  u   #94 Jerome Long                                                * = Game started
                 DL, 6-5, 285, Sr.-3L,
                 Los Osos, Calif. (Los Osos HS)                                                       u   #98 Sam Meredith
                 n 2011: Starter at defensive tackle, making five stops vs.                           DL, 6-4, 250, Fr.-HS,
                 Cal Poly ... Reached double-figures in tackles for the first                         La Mesa, Calif. (Helix HS)
                 time in his career in the win over Army, logging 10 total,                           n 2011: One of four true freshman to play in the opener,
                 higlighted by a 6-yard sack on the Black Knights’ final                              coming in as a reserve in the second half ... Played, but did
                 drive of the game ... Had a career-best two sacks for a loss                         not log a stat for the second consecutive outing at Army ...
                 of 14 yards in helping lead the defense against WSU ... Is                           First career tackle in the win over Washington State.
currently tied for 11th nationally in sacks per game (1.00).

n LONG’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                           n MEREDITH’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                           Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
2008                 11     14-23-37      2.0-8   1.0-7 0-0      0    0    0         2011              3       1-0-1       0-0      0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0
2009                 12     12-11-23      1.5-8   1.5-8 0-0      0    0    0           Career/2011 Highs: Tackles: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
2010                 13     16-14-30     6.0-18 1.5-7 0-0        0    0 1-0
2011                  3      13-5-18     3.0-20 3.0-20 0-0       0    0 0-0
Totals               39    55-53-108 12.5-54 7.0-42 0-0          0    0 1-0
                                                                                                      u   #29 Larry Parker
   Career Highs: Tackles: 10 at Army (9/10/11); TFL: 2.0 vs. WSU (9/17/11),                            DB, 5-11, 170, Sr.-2L,
vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); Sacks: 2.0 vs. WSU (9/17/11); FR: 1 at TCU (11/13/10);                         San Diego, Calif. (St. Augustine HS/Grossmont JC)
Blocked Kicks: 1 vs. CSU (11/6/10).                                                                    n 2011: Had four solo tackles as a starter at cornerback
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 10 at Army (9/10/11); TFLs: 2.0 vs. WSU (9/17/11);                             and returned two punts for 17 yards in the win over Cal
Sacks: 2.0 vs. WSU (9/17/11).                                                                          Poly ... Career-high five tackles and batted down a pair of
                                                                                                       passes, including on Army’s final offensive play ... Named
n LONG 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                                               co-MW defensive player of the week after forcing three
                   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                     FR                        turnovers against Washington State, including logging his
CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   4-1-5     0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                     0-0     first two interceptions of his career both in the fourth quarter ... Also tied
at Army (9/10/11)* 1  7-3-10    1.0-6  1.0-6 0-0   0   0                     0-0     for the team lead vs. the Cougars with a career-high seven tackles and
WSU (9/17/11)*     1   2-1-3   2.0-14 2.0-14 0-0   0   0                     0-0     added a PBU ... Tied for first in the MW in both interceptions and passes
* = Game started                                                                     defended.

                                                                                     n PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS
                  u   #2 Leon McFadden                                               Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
                 DB, 5-10, 185, Jr.-2L,                                              2009              12  11-9-20    0-0   0-0   0    2   0 1-65
                 Inglewood, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS)                               2010              12  18-7-25  1.0-4   0-0   0    4   1 1-0
                 n 2011: Preseason all-MWC pick, who could play on both              2011               3  12-4-16    0-0   0-0 2-32 3     1 0-0
                 sides of the ball as well as at punt returner ... Starter at cor-   Totals            27 41-20-61  1.0-4   0-0 2-32 9     2 2-65
                 nerback in the opener, making three tackles and also
                 recording a pass breakup in the win over Cal Poly ... Had           Punt Returns      Att.        Yds.         TD       Avg.       Long
                 two PBUs, including one in the end zone and one on                  2010               19         117           0         6.2       29
                 Army’s final drive of the game, to go with two tackles ...          2011                2          17           0         8.5       17
Also returned his first punt for nine yards in the third quarter at Army ...         Totals             21         134           0         6.4       29
Four tackles and two PBUs for the second game in a row vs. WSU, while                   Career Highs: Tackles: 7 vs. WSU (9/17/11); TFL: 1.0 vs. Nicholls
also logging three punt returns, highlighted by a career-long 26-yarder ...          (9/4/10); PBU: 2 at Army (9/10/11), at TCU (11/13/10); FF: 1 vs. WSU
Tied for eighth nationally and is tied for first in the MWC in passes defend-        (9/17/11), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FR: 1 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09); Long Punt
ed with 1.67/g.                                                                      Return: 29 at TCU (11/13/10).
                                                                                        2011 Highs: Tackles: 7 vs. WSU (9/17/11); INT: 2 vs. WSU (9/17/11); FF: 1
                                                                                     vs. WSU (9/17/11); PBU: 2 at Army (9/10/11); Long Punt Return: 17 vs. Cal
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Poly (9/3/11).                                                                     Totals             14          10       108         1       10.8
                                                                                     Career Highs: Receptions: 4 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Receiving Yards: 33 vs.
n PARKER 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                         Utah State (9/25/10); Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Utah State (9/25/10); Long
                   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                   FR      Reception: 28 vs. Utah State (9/25/10).
CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   4-0-4    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0       2011 Highs: Receptions: 4 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Receiving Yards: 32 vs.
at Army (9/10/11)* 1   3-2-5    0-0     0-0 0-0    2   0                   0-0     WSU (9/17/11); Longest Reception: 12 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
WSU (9/17/11)*     1   5-2-7    0-0     0-0 2-32   1   1                   0-0
* = Game started                                                                   n QUIGLEY 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                                                          Receiving
                 u   #38 Abelardo Perez                                                               No. Yds. TD Avg.
                                                                                   CAL POLY (9/3/11)*   1   10      0 10.0
                 PK, 6-1, 225, Sr.-1L,
                                                                                   at Army (9/10/11)    0    0      0  0.0
                 Chula Vista, Calif. (Castle Park HS/Southwestern JC)
                                                                                   WSU (9/17/11)        4   32      0  8.0
                 n 2011: Lou Groza award candidate ... Made all seven of
                                                                                   * = Game started
                 his extra-point attempts and recorded two touchbacks in
                 the opener with Cal Poly, but missed on a 46-yard field
                 goal try in the third quarter ... Hit the game-winning field                          u   #52 Emilio Rivera
                 goal from 42 yards out with 9:29 left in the fourth quarter                           OL, 6-4, 295, Sr.-2L,
                 against Army ... Missed on his only attempt vs. WSU from                              Sylmar, Calif. (Sylmar HS)
39 yards out.                                                                                          n 2011: Made his first start since 2008 at left guard vs. Cal
                                                                                                       Poly ... Starter again in the victories over Army and
n A. PEREZ’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                         Washington State.
Career Stats FGM-A Pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg. Blk.
2010          17-22 .773 0-1   8-8   6-7   2-5   1-1 53     0
2011            1-3 .333 0-0   0-0   0-1   1-2   0-0    0   0
Totals        18-25 .720 0-1   8-8   6-8   3-7   1-1 53     0                                          u   #17 Marcus Russell
                                                                                                       WR, 5-11, 195, Sr.-SQ
Kickoffs        Att.      Yds.         Avg.          Tb        Ob
                                                                                                       Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan HS/Fresno City JC)
2010             86       5,797        67.4          28          1
                                                                                                       n 2011: Played on offense and special teams in the open-
2011             20       1,342        67.1           4          0
                                                                                                       er with Cal Poly ... Reserve against Army and Washington
Totals          106       7,139        67.3          32          1
                                                                                                       State, but has yet to record a catch.
  Career Highs: Field Goals: 3 at New Mexico (10/23/10); Long Field Goal:
53 vs. UNLV (11/27/10); Touchbacks: 6 at New Mexico State (9/11/10), at
Wyoming (10/30/10).
                                                                                                  n RUSSELL’S CAREER STATISTICS
  2011 Highs: Field Goals: 1 at Army (9/10/11); Long Field Goal: 42 at
                                                                                   Career Statistics           Receiving
Army (9/10/11); Touchbacks: 2 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).
                                                                                                    G        No.        Yds. TD                        Avg.
                                                                                   2010              3          0         0   0                         0.0
n PEREZ 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                                   2011              3          0         0   0                         0.0
                       Field Goals                        Kickoffs
                                                                                   Totals            6          0         0   0                         0.0
                   Md. Att. Long Blkd.                No. Yds. Avg. TB
                                                                                     Career/2011 Highs: Receptions: N/A
CAL POLY (9/3/11)    0   1     0    0                  8   532 66.5  2
at Army (9/10/11)    1   1    42    0                  5   333 66.6  1
WSU (9/17/11)        0   1     0    0                  7   477 68.1  1                                 u   #85 D.J. Shields
                                                                                                       TE, 6-4, 240, Jr.-2L
                 u   #84 Paul Pitts                                                                    Bonita, Calif. (Bonita Vista HS)
                                                                                                       n 2011: Played his 26th career game against Cal Poly, but
                 WR, 6-0, 190, Fr.-HS
                                                                                                       did not make a catch ... Logged minutes on offense and
                 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos HS)
                                                                                                       special teams at Army and vs. Washington State.
                 n 2011: Played as a reserve in his first collegiate game with
                 Cal Poly, but did not log a catch ... Did not see action in the
                 team’s next two games at Army or vs. Washington State.
                                                                                                    n SHIELDS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                   Career Statistics            Receiving
                                                                                                      G       No.        Yds.         TD        Avg.
                 n PITTS’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
                                                                                   2009               12       11         109          0         9.9
Career Statistics           Receiving
                                                                                   2010               13         2         29          1        14.5
                   G       No.       Yds.   TD      Avg.
                                                                                   2011                2         0          0          0         0.0
2011                1        0         0      0       0.0
                                                                                   Totals             27       13         138          1        10.6
  Career/2011 Highs: Receptions: N/A
                                                                                     Career Highs: Receptions: 3 at UNLV (11/28/09); Receiving Yards: 43 vs.
                                                                                   Wyoming (11/14/09); Receiving TDs: 1 at Wyoming (10/30/10); Longest
                 u   #87 Bryce Quigley                                             Reception: 28 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09).
                 TE, 6-5, 260, So.-1L
                 Apple Valley, Calif. (Granite Hills HS)                                               u   #39 Rene Siluano
                 n 2011: Had one catch for 10 yards in a starting role
                                                                                                       DB, 5-10, 185, So.-1L
                 against Cal Poly ... Came off the bench at Army, logging
                                                                                                       Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside HS)
                 just a kickoff return for three yards ... Career high with
                                                                                                       n 2011: Two tackles with his first career stop for a loss in
                 four receptions for 32 yards in the win over WSU
                                                                                                       the opener with Cal Poly ... Posted a career-high eight
                                                                                                       stops, including six solos, in the road win at Army ...
                 n QUIGLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                                       Recovered his first career fumble and added three tackles
Career Statistics          Receiving
                                                                                                       against Washington State.
                   G      No.      Yds.     TD                     Avg.
2010               11       5        66      1                     13.2
2011                3       5        42      0                      8.4
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n SILUANO’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                      u    #36 Nick Tenhaeff
Career Statistics    G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU              FF    FR
                                                                                                   LB, 6-2, 225, So.-1L
2010                 12      4-4-8     0-0     0-0 0-0       0        0    0-0
                                                                                                   Atascadero, Calif. (Atascadero HS)
2011                  3     10-3-13   1.0-1    0-0 0-0       0        0    1-0
                                                                                                   n 2011: Notched two solo tackles as a reserve vs. Cal Poly
Totals               15     14-7-21   1.0-1    0-0 0-0       0        0    1-0
                                                                                                   .. Four solo efforts in the victory at Army, while also forc-
   Career/2011 Highs: Tackles: 8 at Army (9/10/11); TFL: 1.0 vs.     Cal   Poly
                                                                                                   ing his first career fumble ... Made two tackles against
(9/3/11); FR: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).
                                                                                                   Washington State.

                 u   #14 Brian Stahovich                                          n TENHAEFF’ CAREER STATISTICS
               P, 6-0, 190, Sr.-3L,                                               Career Statistics     G     UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
               Solana Beach, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS)                       2010                  13     23-7-30     3.5-25 2.0-19 0-0    0    0 1-0
               n 2011: Preseason all-MWC ... Also is the holder on field          2011                   3       8-0-8       0-0     0-0   0-0  0    1 0
               goals and extra-points ... Punted six times in the opener          Totals                16     31-7-38     3.5-25 2.0-19 0-0    0    1 1-0
               with Cal Poly, dropping three inside the 20-yard line and            Career Highs: Tackles: 5 vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10);
               knocking a pair for 50 yards ... Also had three of his punts       TFLs: 1.5 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Sacks: 1.0 at Wyoming (10/30/10), vs.
               fair caught vs. the Mustangs ... Landed four of his five           Nicholls (9/4/10); FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11); FR: 1 at New Mexico (10/23/10).
               kicks at Army inside the 20-yard line and also had two for           2011 Highs: Tackles: 4 at Army (9/10/11); FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11).
more than 50 yards, including a season-long 59-yard effort to earn MW
Special Teams Player of the Week honors ... Kicked a 54-yarder in the win
over Washington State ... Is No. 1 in the conference and 22nd nationally in
                                                                                                    u   #59 Jordan Thomas
punting avg.                                                                                        DL, 6-1, 245, So.-1L
                                                                                                    Redlands, Calif. (Redlands HS)
n STAHOVICH’S CAREER STATISTICS                                                                     n 2011: Made his first collegiate start at defensive end
Career Statistics     G No. Yds. Avg. Long TB                 FC I20 Blk.                           against Cal Poly, registering a career-high two stops ...
2008                 12     71 2,807 39.5         65      6    19     14    1                       Starter again against Army, compiling five tackles to
2009                 12     61 2,674 43.8         67      7    15     13    1                       exceed his previous career total ... Combined for a tackle
2010                 13     53 2,406 45.4         89      6    16     18    1                       for loss with Jake Fely in the win over WSU.
2011                  3     16 692 43.2           59      3     6      7    0
Totals               40 201 8,579 42.7            89     22    56     53    3     n THOMAS’ CAREER STATISTICS
   Career Highs: Punts: 10 at Missouri (9/18/10), at TCU (10/4/08); Yards:        Career Statistics  G    UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks            Int. PBU FF FR
456 at Missouri (9/18/10); Avg. (More than 1 att.): 52.5 (6-for-315) at Air       2010               13       2-0-2     0-0    0-0           0-0   0   0 0
Force (9/26/09); Long: 89 at Wyoming (10/30/10).                                  2011                3       5-3-8    0.5-2   0-0           0-0   0   0 0
   2011 Highs: Punts: 6 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); Yards: 253 vs. Cal Poly            Totals             16      7-3-10    0.5-2   0-0           0-0   0   0 0
(9/3/11); Avg. (More than 1 att.): 48.0 (5-for-240) at Army (9/10/11); Long: 59      Career/2011 Highs: Tackles: 5 at Army (9/10/11);        TFL: 0.5 vs. WSU
at Army (9/10/11).                                                                (9/17/11).

n STAHOVICH 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                     n THOMAS 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                   No. Yds. Avg. Long TB                     FC     50+ I20                          G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                   FR
CAL POLY (9/3/11)   6 253    42.2  50  1                      3      2    3       CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   1-1-2     0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
at Army (9/10/11)   5 240    48.0  59  1                      1      2    4       at Army (9/10/11)* 1   4-1-5     0-0    0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
WSU (9/17/11)       5 199    39.8  54  1                      2      1    0       WSU (9/17/11)*     1   0-1-1    0.5-2  0.5-2 0-0   0   0                   0-0
                                                                                  * = Game started

                 u   #41 khalid stevens
                 DB, 5-11, 195, Jr.-1L
                                                                                                    u   #91 Frederick Trujillo
                 Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Palisades HS)                                          DL, 6-1, 230, Jr.-1L
                 n 2011: Started at the Aztec position vs. Cal Poly, making                        Albuquerque, N.M. (Highland HS)
                 one assisted tackle ... Matched his career best with six                          n 2011: Had a late start to fall camp due to injury, but has
                 tackles in the win at Army ... Posted five stops and broke                        bounced back to earn a No. 2 spot at one of the defensive
                 up a pass against Washington State.                                               end slots ... Two stops, including one for loss, in the open-
                                                                                                   er with Cal Poly ... Had a career-best three tackles against
                                                                                                   Army ... Did not log a start as a reserve vs. WSU.
n STEVENS’ CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics   G      UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR                 n TRUJILLO’S CAREER STATISTICS
2009                 2         0-0-0     0-0      0-0    0    0    0 0            Career Statistics     G     UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR
2010                13       28-9-37    3.5-8     0-0   0-0   2    0 0            2009                    2        0-0-0       0-0    0-0    0-0    0    0 0-0
2011                 3        5-7-12     0-0      0-0   0-0   1    0 0            2010                    8        3-4-7      1.5-4   0-0    0-0    1    1 0-0
Totals              18     33-16-49     3.5-8     0-0   0-0   3    0 0            2011                    3        3-2-5      1.0-7   0-0    0-0    0    1 0-0
   Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at Army (9/10/11), at TCU (11/13/10); TFLs: 2.0       Totals                16         7-2-9       0-0    0-0    0-0    0    0 0
at New Mexico (10/23/10); PBU: 1 at Wyoming (10/30/10), at NMSU                      Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Army (9/10/11); TFLs: 1.0 vs. Cal Poly
(9/11/10).                                                                        (9/3/11), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10);
   2011 Highs: Tackles: 6 at Army (9/10/11); PBU: 1 vs. WSU (9/17/11).            PBU: 1 at New Mexico (10/23/10).
                                                                                     2011 Highs: Tackles: 3 at Army (9/10/11); TFLs: 1.0 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11);
n STEVENS 2011 GAME-BY-GAME                                                       FF: 1 at Army (9/10/11).
                   G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF                   FR
CAL POLY (9/3/11)* 1   0-1-1    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
at Army (9/10/11)* 1   2-4-6    0-0     0-0 0-0    0   0                   0-0
WSU (9/17/11)*     1   3-2-5    0-0     0-0 0-0    1   0                   0-0
* = Game started
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                u   #7 Alston Umuolo
                TE, 6-4, 240, Sr.-3L,
                Phoenix, Ariz. (Centennial HS)
                n 2011: Reserve vs. Cal Poly, but did not log a catch ...
                Made his first starts since the 2010 opener against Army
                and WSU ... Recorded his first three receptions of the sea-
                son vs. the Cougars, combining for 32 yards and higlight-
                ed by a 17-yard catch in the third quarter.

n UMUOLO’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics             Receiving
                  G         No.       Yds.          TD         Avg.
2007              11           6         67           1        11.2
2008              10          14        110           0         7.9
2009              12          22        243           3        11.0
2010               2           3         19           0         6.3
2011               3           3         32           0        10.7
Totals            38          48        471           4         9.8
   Career Highs: Receptions: 8 vs. UNLV (11/22/08); Receiving Yards: 74 vs.
UNLV (11/22/07); Receiving TDs: 1, four times; Long Reception: 60 at CSU
(10/24/09).
   2011 Highs: Receptions: 3 vs. WSU (9/17/11); Receiving Yards: 32 vs.
WSU (9/17/11); Long Reception: 17 vs. WSU (9/17/11).

n UMUOLO 2011 GAME-BY-GAME
                      Receiving
                   No. Yds. TD Avg.
CAL POLY (9/3/11)   0    0      0  0.0
at Army (9/10/11)*  0    0      0  0.0
WSU (9/17/11)*      3   32      0 10.7
* = Game started

                u   #40 Chad young
                FB, 5-11, 225, So.-1L,
                La Verne, Calif. (Glendora HS)
                n 2011: Former walk-on, who was placed on scholarship
                before the start of the fall semester ... Played on both
                offense and special teams in the opener with Cal Poly ...
                First career starts at Army and vs. Washington State.


n YOUNG’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Statistics             Rushing                  Receiving
                     G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg.
2010                12     2      4     0   2.0     0     0     0 0.0
2011                 3     0      0     0   0.0     0     0     0 0.0
Totals              15     2      4     0   0.0     0     0     0 0.0
  Career Highs: Carries: 1 vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs. Navy (12/23/10);
Rushing Yards: 3 vs. Navy (12/23/10); Long Rush: 3 vs. Navy (12/23/10).
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LAST TIME IT HAPPENED
TEAM                                                                               San Diego State                                                                    Opponent
Scored, 60 or More Points ..............................................Nov. 3, 1990, vs. Utah (66)                                                                   Nov. 15, 2008 vs. No. 7/8 Utah (63)
Scored, 50 or More Points ..............................................Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Portland State (52)                                                        Nov. 7, 2010 vs. No. 4/6 TCU* (55)
Scored, 40 or More Points ..............................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (42)                                                      Nov. 13, 2010 at No. 3/3 TCU* (40)

Total Offense, 600 Yards or More ..................................Sept. 27, 2008 vs. Idaho (603)                                                                     Nov. 24, 2007 vs. TCU* (694)
Total Offense, 500 Yards or More ..................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (500)                                                          Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (500)
Total Offense, 400 Yards or More ..................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (500)                                                          Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (419)

Total Offense, 85 or More Plays .....................................Dec. 3, 2005, at Hawai’i (88)                                                                    Nov. 13, 2010 at No. 3/3 TCU* (90)
Total Offense, 75 or More Plays .....................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (81)                                                         Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (84)

30 or More First Downs ...................................................Nov. 27, 2010 vs. UNLV* (30)                                                                Nov. 15, 2008 vs. No.8/7 Utah* (30)
25 or More First Downs ...................................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (25)                                                    Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (25)

Rushing, 400 Yards or More ...........................................Nov. 14, 1991 vs. Pacific (430)                                                                 Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (403)
Rushing, 300 Yards or More ...........................................Oct. 6, 2001 vs. Eastern Illinois (356)                                                         Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (403)
Rushing, 70 or More Attempts .......................................Nov. 17, 1979 vs. Texas-El Paso (71)                                                              Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (77)
Rushing, 60 or More Attempts .......................................Nov. 15, 1980 at Texas-El Paso (67)                                                               Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (77)
Rushing, 50 or More Attempts .......................................Nov. 27, 2010 vs. UNLV* (51)                                                                      Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (77)
Rushing, 7 or More Touchdowns ....................................Sept. 14, 1991 vs. Pacific (7)
Rushing, 6 or More Touchdowns ....................................Oct. 5, 1991 at Hawai’i (6)
Rushing, 5 or More Touchdowns ....................................Oct. 19, 1996 at New Mexico (5)
Rushing, 4 or More Touchdowns ....................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (4)

Passing, 500 Yards or More............................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (528)                                                            Nov. 16, 1996 at UNLV* (503)
Passing, 400 Yards or More............................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (528)                                                            Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Portland State (445)
Passing, 300 Yards or More............................................Nov. 27, 2010 vs. UNLV* (338)                                                                   Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (368)
Passing, 50 or More Attempts........................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (54)                                                               Sept. 18, 2010 at No. 25 Missouri (51)
Passing, 40 or More Attempts........................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (54)                                                               Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (42)
Passing, 30 or More Attempts........................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (37)                                                          Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (42)
Passing, 30 or More Completions..................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (36)
Passing, 25 or More Completions..................................Nov. 20, 2010 vs. No. 25 Utah* (36)                                                                  Sept. 18, 2010 at No. 25 Missouri (28)
Passing, 20 or More Completions..................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (21)                                                             Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (20)
Passing, 6 or More Touchdowns.....................................Oct. 24, 2009 at Colorado State* (6)
Passing, 5 or More Touchdowns.....................................Oct. 24, 2009 at Colorado State* (6)

Shut Out .............................................................................Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Nicholls State (W, 47-0)                                      Nov. 18, 2006 at TCU* (L, 0-52)
Shut Out Through 3 Quarters..........................................Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Nicholls State (W, 47-0)                                                       Nov. 21, 2009 at No. 23/23 Utah* (L, 7-38)
Shut Out Through Halftime .............................................Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Utah State (W, 41-7)                                                        Nov. 21, 2009 at No. 23/23 Utah* (L, 7-38)
Shut Out Through 1 Quarter............................................Dec. 23, 2010 vs. Navy (W, 35-14)                                                               Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Colorado State* (W, 24-19)

Recorded a Safety ............................................................Oct. 31, 2009 vs. New Mexico (W, 23-20)                                                 Aug. 30, 2008 vs. Cal Poly (L, 27-29)
Allowed No Offensive Touchdowns ................................Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Nicholls State (W, 47-0)                                                            Sept. 13, 2008 at San Jose State (L, 10-35)

Allowed 200 Yards or Less Total Offense .....................Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Nicholls State (171)                                                                   Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Air Force* (165)
Allowed 100 Yards or Less Total Offense .....................Sept. 19, 1970 at North Texas State (59)                                                                 Oct. 4, 2008 at TCU*(85)

Allowed 50 Yards or Less Rushing.................................Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Colorado State* (31)                                                                Nov. 13, 2010 at No. 3/3 TCU* (38)
Allowed 100 Yards or Less Rushing ..............................Nov. 27, 2010 vs. UNLV* (67)                                                                          Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (51)
Allowed 100 Yards or Less Passing...............................Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Nicholls State (83)                                                                 Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (43)

Allowed 10 First Downs or Fewer...................................Sept. 9, 2003 at No. 2/2 Ohio State (10)                                                            Nov. 13, 2010 at No. 3/3 TCU* (7)

Did Not Commit a Turnover.............................................Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (0)
Recorded 6 or More Turnovers .......................................Sept. 13, 2003 at Texas-El Paso (6)
Recorded 5 or More Turnovers .......................................Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Colorado State* (5)
Intercepted 5 or More Passes.........................................Nov. 17, 2001 vs. Wyoming (6)
Intercepted 4 or More Passes.........................................Aug. 31, 2006 vs. Texas-El Paso (4)
Intercepted 3 or More Passes.........................................Sept. 12, 2009 vs. Southern Utah (3)
Recovered 4 Fumbles ......................................................Sept. 27, 2003 at UCLA (4)
Recovered 3 Fumbles ......................................................Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (3)

Scored a Defensive Touchdown......................................Nov. 13, 2010 at No. 3/3 TCU*
Recorded 10 or More Tackles For Loss.........................Nov. 6, 2010 vs. Colorado State* (13.0)
Recorded 5 or More Sacks..............................................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (6.0)
No Penalties ......................................................................Nov. 3, 1973 at San Jose State (0)
Time of Possession, 35 plus minutes ...........................Sept. 17, 2011 vs. Washington State (35:43)                                                            Sept. 10, 2011 vs. Army (42:11)

INDIVIDUAL
Rushing, 300 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300, by Marshall Faulk vs. Hawai’i, W - 52-28, Nov. 14, 1992
Rushing, 200 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Navy, W - 35-14, Dec. 23, 2010
Rushing, 150 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Rushing, 100 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Rushing, 40 Times or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40, by Lynell Hamilton vs. Wyoming, W - 25-20, Oct. 25, 2003
Rushing, 35 Times or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40, by Lynell Hamilton vs. Wyoming, W - 25-20, Oct. 25, 2003
Rushing, 30 Times or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
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LAST TIME IT HAPPENED
Rushing, 25 Times Or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Rushing, 4 Touchdowns or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Rushing, 3 Touchdowns or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Rushing, 2 Touchdowns or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Had a run of 80 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93, by Ronnie Hillman at No. 25 Missouri, L - 24-27, Sept. 18, 2010
Had a run of 70 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93, by Ronnie Hillman at No. 25 Missouri, L - 24-27, Sept. 18, 2010
Had a run of 60 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65, by Ronnie Hillman vs. No. 23 Air Force, W - 27-25, Oct. 16, 2010
Had a run of 50 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011

Passing, 500 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .528, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L, 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Passing, 400 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .528, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L, 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Passing, 300 Yards or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338, by Ryan Lindley vs. UNLV, W - 48-14, Nov. 27, 2010
Attempted 50 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Attempted 40 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Attempted 30 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37, by Ryan Lindley vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Completed 40 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40, by Todd Santos vs. Stanford, L 40-44, Oct. 17, 1987
Completed 35 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Completed 30 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Threw six touchdown passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, by Ryan Lindley at Colorado State, W - 42-28, Oct. 24, 2009
Threw five touchdown passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, by Ryan Lindley at Colorado State, W - 42-28, Oct. 24, 2009
Threw four touchdown passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ryan Lindley vs. Cal Poly, W - 49-21, Sept. 3, 2011
Threw three touchdown passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ryan Lindley vs. Cal Poly, W - 49-21, Sept. 3, 2011
Completed a pass of 80 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90, by Vincent Brown from Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Completed a pass of 70 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90, by Vincent Brown from Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Completed a pass of 60 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68, by Colin Lockett at Army, W - 23-20, Sept. 10, 2011
Completed a pass of 50 yards or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68, by Colin Lockett at Army, W - 23-20, Sept. 10, 2011

RECEIVING
Caught 15 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15,by DeMarco Sampson at Colorado State, W - 42-28, Oct. 24, 2009
Caught 10 or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, by DeMarco Sampson vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Had 200 or more yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257, by DeMarco Sampson at Colorado State, W - 42-28, Oct. 24, 2009
Had 150 or more yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165, by Vincent Brown vs. Navy, W - 35-14, Dec. 23, 2010
Had 100 or more yards receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113, by Colin Lockett at Army, W - 23-20, Sept. 10, 2011
Had two 100-yard receivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184, by Vincent Brown and 154, by De Marco Sampson vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Caught three or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, by Vincent Brown vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Caught two or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, by Gavin Escobar vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011

TOTAL OFFENSE
Had 500 or more yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .518, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Had 400 or more yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .518, by Ryan Lindley vs. No. 25 Utah, L - 34-38, Nov. 20, 2010
Had 100 yards both passing and rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229 (passing), 101 (rushing), by Kevin O’Connell at Brigham Young, L, 16-49, Nov. 6, 2004

SCORING
Accounted for four or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Accounted for three or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by Ronnie Hillman vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011

RETURNS
Returned a fumble for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, by Jerome Long at No. 3/3 TCU, L - 35-45, Nov. 13, 2010
Returned an interception for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55, by Luke Laolagi at UNLV, L - 24-28, Nov. 28, 2009
Returned a kickoff for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94, by Colin Lockett vs. Cal Poly, W - 49-21, Sept. 3, 2011
Returned a punt for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87, by Kyle Conerly vs. UNLV, W - 31-21, Oct. 26, 2002
Returned a two-point conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Leon McFadden vs. Southern Utah, W - 35-19, Sept. 12, 2009
Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Freddy Keiaho vs. New Mexico, L - 24-47, Oct. 22, 2005
Returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Has not happened since start of 2003 season

DEFENSE
Intercepted two or more passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, by Larry Parker vs. Washington State, Sept. 17, 2011
Recovered three or more fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Never
Recovered two or more fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, by Kirk Morrison at New Mexico, Nov. 9, 2002
Recorded 15 or more tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21, by Corey Boudreaux and 18, by Andrew Preston, vs. Air Force, L - 10-35, Oct. 11, 2008
Recorded 10 or more tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, by Jerome Long at Army, Sept. 10, 2011
Recorded two quarterback sacks in a game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.0, by Jerome Long vs. Washington State, Sept. 17, 2011
Recorded three or more quarterback sacks in a game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, by Heath Farwell vs. Nevada, W - 27-10, Sept. 25, 2004

SPECIAL TEAMS
Scored 15 or more points kicking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16, by Tommy Kirovski at Hawaii, L - 40-41, Dec. 7, 2002
Scored 10 or more points kicking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, by Abel Perez vs. UNLV, W - 48-14, Nov. 27, 2010
Kicked five or more field goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Never
Kicked four or more field goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, by J.C. Mejia vs. Wyoming, W - 25-20, Oct. 25, 2003
Kicked two field goals of 50 or more yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 and 50, by Chris O’Brien vs. New Mexico, Nov. 17, 1984
Kicked a 50-yard field goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53, by Abel Perez vs. UNLV, W - 48-14, Nov. 27, 2010
Kicked a punt 70 or more yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89, by Brian Stahovich at Wyoming, W - 48-38, Oct. 30, 2010
Kicked a punt 60 or more yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89, by Brian Stahovich at Wyoming, W - 48-38, Oct. 30, 2010
Punted nine or more times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, by Brian Stahovich at No. 3/3 TCU, L - 35-40, Nov. 13, 2010
Totaled 100 or more kick return yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123, by Colin Lockett vs. Washington State, W - 42-24, Sept. 17, 2011
Totaled 100 or more punt return yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107, by Kyle Conerly vs. UNLV, W, 31-21, Oct. 26, 2002
Blocked a punt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Freddy Dunkle vs. Colorado State, W - 17-6, Dec. 2, 2006
Blocked a field goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Jerome Long vs. Colorado State, W - 24-19, Nov. 6, 2010
Blocked a PAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Leon McFadden vs. Southern Utah, W - 35-19, Sept. 12, 2009
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                                                                         2011 San Diego State Football
2011 SAN DIEGO STATE STATISTICS Sep 20, 2011)
          SDSU Combined Team Statistics (as of
                                                                                                        All games

      Date           Opponent                                                     Score                Att.               Record:                  Overall            Home                  Away                    Neutral
      Sep 3, 2011    CAL POLY                                       W             49-21              34384                All games                 3-0                2-0                   1-0                      0-0
      Sep 10, 2011   at Army                                        W             23-20              26778                Conference                0-0                0-0                   0-0                      0-0
      Sep 17, 2011   WASHINGTON STATE                               W             42-24              57286                Non-Conference            3-0                2-0                   1-0                     0-0
 Rushing                   gp     att     gain loss               net        avg     td      lg avg/g                      Team Statistics                                          SDSU                               OPP
 HILLMAN, Ronnie           3 77           514 17              497 6.5                   8   59 165.7                       FIRST DOWNS                                                 63                                56
 KAZEE, Walter             3 30           166   6             160 5.3                   0   41 53.3                         Rushing                                                    30                                33
 GARRETT, Dwayne           1   5           17   0              17 3.4                   0    7 17.0                         Passing                                                    28                                19
 TEAM                      3   2            0   4              -4 -2.0                  0    0 -1.3                         Penalty                                                      5                                 4
 LINDLEY, Ryan             3   4            6 14               -8 -2.0                  0    5 -2.7                        RUSHING YARDAGE                                            662                               591
 Total                     3 118          703 41              662 5.6                   8   59 220.7                        Rushing Attempts                                          118                               151
 Opponents                 3 151          694 103             591 3.9                   6   31 197.0                        Average Per Rush                                          5.6                               3.9
                                                                                                                            Average Per Game                                        220.7                             197.0
 Passing                   gp      effic comp-att-int                   pct        yds      td         lg avg/g             TDs Rushing                                                  8                                 6
 LINDLEY, Ryan             3 143.11          44-82-1                53.7           622      7         68 207.3             PASSING YARDAGE                                            622                               558
 DINGWELL, Adam            1   0.00           0-1-0                  0.0             0      0          0   0.0              Comp-Att-Int                                          44-83-1                           29-63-2
 Total                     3 141.38          44-83-1                53.0           622      7         68 207.3              Average Per Pass                                          7.5                               8.9
 Opponents                 3 129.80          29-63-2                46.0           558      3         80 186.0              Average Per Catch                                        14.1                              19.2
                                                                                                                            Average Per Game                                        207.3                             186.0
 Receiving                 gp     no.      yds         avg         td         lg avg/g                                      TDs Passing                                                  7                                 3
 LOCKETT, Colin            3      12      254        21.2           2         68 84.7                                      TOTAL OFFENSE                                             1284                              1149
 DENSO, Dylan              3       9      140        15.6           2         33 46.7                                       Average Per Play                                           6.4                               5.4
 ESCOBAR, Gavin            3       8       94        11.8           3         25 31.3                                       Average Per Game                                        428.0                             383.0
 HILLMAN, Ronnie           3       6       53         8.8           0         25 17.7                                      KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                                   12-290                            16-417
 QUIGLEY, Bryce            3       5       42         8.4           0         12 14.0                                      PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                                     6-55                              3-27
 UMUOLO, Alston            3       3       32        10.7           0         17 10.7                                      INT RETURNS: #-Yards                                      2-32                               1-0
 KAZEE, Walter             3       1        7         7.0           0          7   2.3                                     FUMBLES-LOST                                               2-1                              14-6
 Total                     3      44      622        14.1           7         68 207.3                                     PENALTIES-Yards                                         13-101                            18-174
 Opponents                 3      29      558        19.2           3         80 186.0                                     PUNTS-AVG                                              16-43.2                           17-39.5
                                                                                                                           TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                                  29:53                             30:07
 Field Goals                fg          pct. 01-19      20-29           30-39       40-49    50-99            lg blk       3RD-DOWN Conversions                                     21/44                             19/44
 PEREZ, Abelardo            1-3         33.3 0-0            0-0         0-1         1-2          0-0      42        0      4TH-DOWN Conversions                                       2/2                               3/6

                                                               PAT                                                        Interceptions                no.           yds    avg        td            lg
 Scoring                    td      fg          kick         rush rcv pass dxp saf                            pts         PARKER, Larry                     2         32 16.0          0         32
 HILLMAN, Ronnie             8      -          -              -               -     -            -      - 48
 LOCKETT, Colin              3      -          -              -               -     -            -      - 18              Punting                     no.       yds       avg     lg    tb           fc i20 50+ blk
 PEREZ, Abelardo             -     1-3       15-16            -               -     -            -      - 18              STAHOVICH, Bria             16 692 43.2 59                        3        6      7        5    0
 ESCOBAR, Gavin              3      -          -              -               -     -            -      - 18
 DENSO, Dylan                2      -          -              -               -     -            -      - 12              Punt Returns                 no.           yds    avg        td            lg
 Total                      16     1-3       15-16            -               -     -            -      - 114             MCFADDEN, Leon                    4         38     9.5       0         26
 Opponents                   9     1-1        8-9             -               -     -            -      - 65              PARKER, Larry                     2         17     8.5       0         17
                                                                                                                          Total                             6         55     9.2       0         26
 Score by Quarters                 1st     2nd       3rd          4th         OT        Total                             Opponents                         3         27     9.0       0         12
 SDSU                              42       14         20         38          0          114
 Opponents                         17       28          7         13          0           65                              Kick Returns                 no.           yds    avg        td            lg
                                                                                                                          LOCKETT, Colin                11           287 26.1          1         94
                                                                                                                          QUIGLEY, Bryce                 1             3 3.0           0          3
                                                                                                                          Total                         12           290 24.2          1         94
                                                                                                                          Opponents                     16           417 26.1          0         37

                                                                                                                          All Purpose          g     rush           rcv     pr         kr            ir     total avg/g
                                                                                                                          HILLMAN, Ronni       3     497             53      0   0                0 550 183.3
                                                                                                                          LOCKETT, Colin       3       0            254      0 287                0 541 180.3
                                                                                                                          KAZEE, Walter        3     160              7      0   0                0 167 55.7
                                                                                                                          DENSO, Dylan         3       0            140      0   0                0 140 46.7
                                                                                                                          ESCOBAR, Gavi        3       0             94      0   0                0   94 31.3
                                                                                                                          Total                3     662            622     55 290               32 1661 553.7
                                                                                                                          Opponents            3     591            558     27 417                0 1593 531.0

                                                                                                                          Total Offense                g plays             rush        pass               total avg/g
                                                                                                                          LINDLEY, Ryan                3             86      -8         622 614 204.7
                                                                                                                          HILLMAN, Ronnie              3             77     497           0 497 165.7
                                                                                                                          KAZEE, Walter                3             30     160           0 160 53.3
                                                                                                                          GARRETT, Dwayne              1              5      17           0   17 17.0
                                                                                                                          Total                        3            201     662         622 1284 428.0
                                                                                                                          Opponents                    3            214     591         558 1149 383.0

                                                                             Tackles                                     Sacks        Pass defense                         Fumbles                         blkd
 ##    Defensive Leaders                   gp           ua               a         tot                 tfl/yds          no-yds      int-yds brup        qbh               rcv-yds               ff         kick          saf
 42    FELY, Jake                           3           11              10           21                3.5-11            1.0-7             .    .               .                 .             2               .          .
 94    LONG, Jerome                         3           13               5           18                3.0-20           3.0-20             .    .               .                 .              .              .          .
 9     BURRIS, Miles                        3            9               7           16                3.0-16           2.0-15             .    .               .               1-0              .              .          .
 29    PARKER, Larry                        3           12               4           16                      .               .          2-32    3               .                 .             1               .          .
 44    ANDREWS, Rob                         3            7               7           14                  1.0-5               .             .    .               .               1-0             1               .          .
       Total                                3          149              70          219                 20-90             9-64          2-32   13               .               6-0             9               .          .
       Opponents                            3          136              32          168                  9-38             1-11           1-0   11               .               1-0             1               .          .
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Cal Poly             SD 46 CP 18         36 fair catch    36 *CP 18
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Cal Poly             CP 36      CP 0     36 touchback      16   CP 20
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                                    2011 San Diego State Football
                          SDSU Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 20, 2011)
2011 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS                      All games

                                        Tackles              Sacks     Pass defense     Fumbles    blkd
 #    Defensive Leaders     gp   ua    a    tot   tfl/yds   no-yds   int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds   ff kick    saf
 42   FELY, Jake             3  11    10    21    3.5-11     1.0-7        .    .    .       .   2     .      .
 94   LONG, Jerome           3  13     5    18    3.0-20    3.0-20        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 9    BURRIS, Miles          3   9     7    16    3.0-16    2.0-15        .    .    .     1-0   .     .      .
 29   PARKER, Larry          3  12     4    16         .         .     2-32    3    .       .   1     .      .
 44   ANDREWS, Rob           3   7     7    14     1.0-5         .        .    .    .     1-0   1     .      .
 9A   SILUANO, Rene          3  10     3    13     1.0-1         .        .    .    .     1-0   .     .      .
 41   STEVENS, Khalid        3   5     7    12         .         .        .    1    .       .   .     .      .
 20   BERHE, Nat             3  10     2    12         .         .        .    1    .       .   .     .      .
 31   KETCHUM, Logan         3   6     5    11         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 2    MCFADDEN, Leon         3   6     3     9         .         .        .    5    .       .   .     .      .
 49   AUTELE, J.J.           3   8     1     9     2.0-2         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 59   THOMAS, Jordan         3   5     3     8     0.5-2         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 36   TENHAEFF, Nick         3   8     .     8         .         .        .    .    .       .   1     .      .
 6    LEMON, Gabe            3   5     2     7         .         .        .    1    .       .   .     .      .
 35   HOLDER, King           3   5     1     6         .         .        .    1    .       .   .     .      .
 26   ANDREWS, Marcus        3   3     2     5         .         .        .    .    .     1-0   1     .      .
 91   TRUJILLO, Frede        3   3     2     5     1.0-7     1.0-7        .    .    .       .   1     .      .
 37   HARRIS, Vaness         3   4     .     4     2.0-6         .        .    .    .     1-0   .     .      .
 54   BARKSDALE, Deme        3   4     .     4     1.0-4     1.0-4        .    .    .     1-0   1     .      .
 93   GIBBS, Larry           3   2     1     3         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 43   WILLIAMS, Ross         3   2     1     3         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 11   DAVIS, Brandon         1   1     1     2         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 5    HEMMINGS, Dey J        3   1     1     2         .         .        .    1    .       .   .     .      .
 38   PEREZ, Abelardo        3   2     .     2         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 27   PINKINS, Eric          3   .     1     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 47   GALEA, Cody            3   1     .     1     1.0-5         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 48   GAVERT, Josh           3   1     .     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 4    HORN, Romeo            3   1     .     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 30   ROBERTS, Adam          3   1     .     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 TM   TEAM                   3   1     .     1    1.0-11    1.0-11        .    .    .       .   1     .      .
 24   LOCKETT, Colin         3   .     1     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 98   MEREDITH, Sam          3   1     .     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
 97   ONUOHA, Dontrel        1   1     .     1         .         .        .    .    .       .   .     .      .
      Total                  3 149    70   219     20-90      9-64     2-32   13    .     6-0   9     .      .
      Opponents              3 136    32   168      9-38      1-11      1-0   11    .     1-0   1     .      .
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Game 4: SAN DIEGO STATE at No. 22/21 MICHIGAN  State Football                   Page 45
                            SDSU Games Played (as of Sep 20, 2011)
2011 SAN DIEGO STATE PARTICIPATION       All games

 ##   PLAYER            GP-GS    CP    ARMY     WSU
 26   ANDREWS, Marcus    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 44   ANDREWS, Rob       3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 49   AUTELE, J.J.       3/3    START START START
 54   BARKSDALE, Deme    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 20   BERHE, Nat         3/3    START START START
 58   BREWER, Aaron      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 9    BURRIS, Miles      3/3    START START START
 67   CORBETT, Garret    1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 11   DAVIS, Brandon     1/-      ...   XXX      ...
 10   DENSO, Dylan       3/3    START START START
 6A   DINGWELL, Adam     1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 60   DRAHEIM, Tommie    3/3    START START START
 46   DRIVER, Jacob      2/-     XXX    XXX      ...
 68   EMBERNATE, Nik     3/3    START START START
 88   ESCOBAR, Gavin     3/1    START   XXX     XXX
 42   FELY, Jake         3/3    START START START
 19   FORNI, Chris       1/-      ...    ...    XXX
 47   GALEA, Cody        3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 5B   GARRETT, Dwayne    1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 66   GAULD, Riley       1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 48   GAVERT, Josh       3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 93   GIBBS, Larry       3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 65   GORDON, Japheth    1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 1A   GREGORIO, Rober    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 79   GUNTHER, Kurtis    3/3    START START START
 37   HARRIS, Vaness     3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 3A   HEERS, Brice       1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 5    HEMMINGS, Dey J    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 13   HILLMAN, Ronnie    3/3    START START START
 35   HOLDER, King       3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 4    HORN, Romeo        3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 71   JOHNSON, Alec      3/3    START START START
 34   KAZEE, Walter      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 31   KETCHUM, Logan     3/3    START START START
 6    LEMON, Gabe        3/3    START START START
 14   LINDLEY, Ryan      3/3    START START START
 24   LOCKETT, Colin     3/3    START START START
 94   LONG, Jerome       3/3    START START START
 74   MATAMUA, Mike      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 2    MCFADDEN, Leon     3/3    START START START
 98   MEREDITH, Sam      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 51   MILLER, Jimmy      1/-     XXX     .2011 San. Diego State Football
                                          ..     ..
 83   NICHOLAS, Osmon    1/-             .        ..
                                 XXX SDSU..Games .Played (as of Sep 20, 2011)
 97   ONUOHA, Dontrel    1/-     XXX     ...     ... All games
 29   PARKER, Larry      3/3    START START START
 38   PEREZ, Abelardo    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 ##
 27   PLAYER Eric
      PINKINS,          GP-GS
                         3/-     CP
                                 XXX   ARMY
                                        XXX     WSU
                                                XXX
 84   PITTS, Paul        1/-     XXX     ...     ...
 87   QUIGLEY, Bryce     3/1    START   XXX     XXX
 53   RIVERA, Emilio     3/3    START START START
 30   ROBERTS, Adam      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 17   RUSSELL, Marcus    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 85   SHIELDS, D.J.      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 9A   SILUANO, Rene      3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 4A   STAHOVICH, Bria    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 41   STEVENS, Khalid    3/3    START START START
 36   TENHAEFF, Nick     3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 59   THOMAS, Jordan     3/3    START START START
 91   TRUJILLO, Frede    3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 7    UMUOLO, Alston     3/2     XXX   START START
 43   WILLIAMS, Ross     3/-     XXX    XXX     XXX
 40   YOUNG, Chad        3/2     XXX   START START
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                          San Diego State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Sep 10, 2011)
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Rushing
 "                       gp       att       gain loss           net            avg        td         lg avg/g                 gp         att          gain        loss             net     avg        td        lg        avg/g
HILLMAN, Ronnie              2 45           308    2            306 6.8                   4      27 153.0                     15     307            1908               70     1838         6.0        21        93        122.5
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KAZEE, Walter                2 21           126    2            124 5.9                   0      41 62.0                      23     174             833               18      815         4.7         5        61         35.4
GARRETT, Dwayne              1   5           17    0             17 3.4                   0       7 17.0                       1       5              17                0       17         3.4         0         7         17.0
TEAM                         1   1            0    2             -2 -2.0                  0       0 -2.0
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LINDLEY, Ryan                2   2            1 & 11&           -10 -5.0                  0       1 -5.0                      38         74           103 & 337
                                                                                                                                                              &                -234        -3.2        2        15         -6.2
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                                            452 & 17            435 5.9                   4      41 217.5                                                        & &
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Opponents                    2 123          593 & 53&           540 4.4                   6      31 270.0
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Passing                  gp            effic comp-att-int                pct             yds   td            lg avg/g         gp          effic       comp-att-int                   pct        yds        td        lg     avg/g
LINDLEY, Ryan                2 152.92          23-45-0               51.1                349    5        68 174.5             38     130.60 747-1330-39                             56.2       9886        72        90     260.2
DINGWELL, Adam               1   0.00           0-1-0                 0.0                  0    0         0   0.0              1       0.00    0-1-0                                 0.0          0         0         0       0.0
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Total                        2 149.60          23-46-0               50.0                349    5        68 174.5
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Opponents                    2 118.86          9-21-0                42.9                190    0        52 95.0
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Receiving                gp       no.       yds     avg             td             lg avg/g                                   gp     no.              yds              avg          td         lg     avg/g
 12 ! ' / %3
LOCKETT, Colin               2     8        195    24.4              2         68 97.5                                        13          8           195              24.4          2      68        15.0
 2 2( Dylan
DENSO, ( *                   2     5         79    15.8              2         33 39.5                                        15          9           118              13.1          2      33         7.9
ESCOBAR, Gavin               1     4         36     9.0              1         17 36.0                                        14         33           359              10.9          5      45        25.6
HILLMAN, Ronnie
 "                           2     4         22     5.5              0         24 11.0                                        15         13            90               6.9          1      24         6.0
QUIGLEY,*
 ())      Bryce              2     1         10    10.0              0         10   5.0                                       13          6            76              12.7          1      28         5.8
KAZEE, Walter                2     1          7     7.0              0          7   3.5                                       23         12           109               9.1          0      28         4.7
Total                        2    23        349    15.2              5         68 174.5
Opponents                    2     9        190    21.1              0         52 95.0
     #    '       %                           &                                                                                                 &
Total Offense            g plays            rush   pass             total avg/g                                          g     plays            rush         pass              total        avg/g
LINDLEY, Ryan            2        47        -10     349             339        169.5                                    38     1404            -234          9886             9652          254.0
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HILLMAN, Ronnie          2        45        306       0             306        153.0                                    15      307            1838             0             1838          122.5
KAZEE, Walter
 "                       2        21        124
                                              &       0             124
                                                                      &         62.0
                                                                                 &                                      23      174             815             0              815           35.4
GARRETT, Dwayne
 "                       1         5         17       0              17         17.0                                     1        5              17             0               17           17.0
TEAM
 ())     *               1         1         -2       0              -2         -2.0
Total                    2       120        435     349             784        392.0
Opponents                2       144        540     190             730        365.0

                                                          PAT                                                                                                     PAT
Scoring                 td       fg&           &
                                            kick        rush rcv & pass dxp & saf & pts
                                                           &         &                                                   td    fg&                 &
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HILLMAN, Ronnie          4    -&              -&         -&              -&        -&          -&      -&     24        22     -&                -&               -&          -&     -&         -&    -&    132
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LOCKETT, Colin           3    -&              -&         -&              -&        -&          -&      -&     18         3     -&                -&               -&          -&     -&         -&    -&     18
PEREZ, Abelardo
 4        5 +            - & 1-2&           9-10
                                               &         -&              -&        -&          -&      -&     12         - & 18-24
                                                                                                                                 &             63-66
                                                                                                                                                   &              -&          -&     -&         -&    -&    117
DENSO, Dylan
 # .( #%                 2    -&              -&         -&              -&        -&          -&      -&     12         2     -&                -&               -&          -&     -&         -&    -&     12
ESCOBAR, Gavin
 "                       1    -&              -&         -&              -&        -&          -&      -&      6         5     -                 -                -           -      -          -     -      30
Total                   10 1-2              9-10         -               -         -           -       -      72
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Opponents                6    -             5-6          -               -         -           -       -      41

Punt Returns            no.        yds      avg    td          lg                                                       no.        yds         avg       td              lg
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PARKER, Larry                2         17    8.5   0       17                                                           21         134          6.4          0          29
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MCFADDEN, Leon               1          9    9.0   0        9                                                            6          55          9.2          0          23
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Total                        3         26    8.7   0       17
Opponents*
 ())                         3         27    9.0   0       12

Kick Returns            no.        yds      avg    td          lg                                                       no.        yds         avg       td              lg
LOCKETT, Colin            6        164 27.3        1       94                                                            6         164         27.3          1          94
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QUIGLEY, Bryce            1          3 3.0         0        3                                                            1           3          3.0          0           3
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Total                     7        167 23.9        1       94
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Opponents                10        258 25.8        0       31
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Interceptions           no.        yds      avg    td          lg                                                       no.        yds         avg       td              lg
Total
 !                           0          0    0.0   0           0
Opponents
 4            %              0          0    0.0   0           0
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 ())     *              no.        yds      avg    td          lg                                                       no.        yds         avg       td              lg
Total                        0          0    0.0   0           0
Opponents                    0          0    0.0   0           0
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2011 SAN DIEGO STATE SEASON/CAREER STATS
        San Diego State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Sep 20, 2011)
                                                              All games

                        SEASON                                                       CAREER

 ## Defensive Leaders   gp   ua    a total    tfl sack int pbu    fr   ff blk   gp    ua    a    total    tfl   sack int pbu   fr   ff blk
 42   FELY, Jake        3 11      10 21      3.5   1 .0     . .    .   2    .    6 12      11     23 5.0 2.0            . .     .   2     .
 94   LONG, Jerome      3 13       5 18      3.0   3 .0     . .    .    .   .   39 55      53    108 12.5 7.0           . .    1     .   1
 9    BURRIS, Miles     3    9      7 16     3.0   2 .0     . .   1     .   .   40 104     69    173 30.5 13.0          . .    1    4     .
 29   PARKER, Larry     3 12       4 16      0.0      .    2 3     .   1    .   27 41      20     61 1.0     .         2 8     2    2     .
 44   ANDREWS, Rob      3    7      7 14     1.0      .     . .   1    1    .   21 30      22     52 2.5 1.0            . 2    1    2     .
 9A   SILUANO, Rene     3 10       3 13      1.0      .     . .   1     .   .   15 14       7     21 1.0     .          . .    1     .    .
 41   STEVENS, Khalid   3    5      7 12     0.0      .     . 1    .    .   .   18 33      16     49 3.5     .          . 3     .    .    .
 20   BERHE, Nat        3 10       2 12      0.0      .     . 1    .    .   .   15 36      15     51 1.0     .         1 5     1     .    .
 31   KETCHUM, Logan    3    6      5 11     0.0       .    . .    .    .   .   31 51      37     88 2.5 0.5            . 2     .    .   1
 49   AUTELE, J.J.      3    8     1     9   2.0      .     . .    .    .   .   32 25      14     39 6.5 1.5            . .     .    .    .
 2    MCFADDEN, Leon    3    6      3    9   0.0      .     . 5    .    .   .   28 61      29     90 8.0 2.0           3 17     .    .   2
 59   THOMAS, Jordan    3    5     3     8   0.5      .     . .    .    .   .   16   7      3     10 0.5     .          . .     .    .    .
 36   TENHAEFF, Nick    3    8       .   8   0.0      .     . .    .   1    .   16 31       7     38 3.5 2.0            . .    1    1     .
 6    LEMON, Gabe       3    5     2     7   0.0      .     . 1    .    .   .   13 13       4     17 0.0     .         1 2      .    .    .
 35   HOLDER, King      3    5      1    6   0.0      .     . 1    .    .   .    3   5      1      6 0.0     .          . 1     .    .    .
 91   TRUJILLO, Frede   3    3     2     5   1.0   1 .0     . .    .   1    .   13   6      6     12 2.5 1.0            . 1     .   2     .
 26   ANDREWS, Marcus   3    3      2    5   0.0      .     . .   1    1    .   16 23      15     38 1.5     .          . 5    1    1     .
 37   HARRIS, Vaness    3    4       .   4   2.0      .     . .   1     .   .    7   8       .     8 2.0     .          . .    1     .    .
 54   BARKSDALE, Deme   3    4       .   4   1.0   1 .0     . .   1    1    .   27 34      14     48 6.5 2.0            . 3    3    1     .
 93   GIBBS, Larry      3    2     1     3   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .   13 10       4     14 2.5 1.0            . 1     .    .    .
 43   WILLIAMS, Ross    3    2      1    3   0.0       .    . .    .    .   .    6   2      2      4 0.5     .          . .     .    .    .
 11   DAVIS, Brandon    1    1     1     2   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .   35 53      23     76 4.0 2.0            . 8     .   1     .
 5    HEMMINGS, Dey J   3    1      1    2   0.0      .     . 1    .    .   .   40 52      12     64 4.0     .         1 1     1    1     .
 38   PEREZ, Abelardo   3    2       .   2   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .   16   4       .     4 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 97   ONUOHA, Dontrel   1    1       .   1   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .    1   1       .     1 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 24   LOCKETT, Colin    3     .    1     1   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .   14   7      2      9 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 98   MEREDITH, Sam     3    1       .   1   0.0       .    . .    .    .   .    3   1       .     1 0.0      .         . .     .    .    .
 48   GAVERT, Josh      3    1       .   1   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .    3   1       .     1 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 4    HORN, Romeo       3    1      .    1   0.0      .    . .    .    .    .   25 13       3     16 0.0     .         1 .     .    .    .
 4B   ROBERTS, Adam     3    1       .   1   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .    3   1       .     1 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 27   PINKINS, Eric     3     .     1    1   0.0      .     . .    .    .   .   10 10       1     11 0.0     .          . .     .    .    .
 TM   TEAM              2    1       .   1   1.0   1 .0     . .    .   1    .
 47   GALEA, Cody       3    1      .    1   1.0      .     . .    .    .   .   3      1     .      1    1.0       .   .   .    .   .    .
      Total             3 1 49    7 0 2 19    20      9    2 13   6    9    .
      Opponents         3 136     3 2 1 68     9      1    1 11   1    1    .
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2011 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
OFFENSIVE STARTERS - 11 PLAYERS
Position    Cal Poly     Army        Wash. St.   Michigan      TCU       Air Force     Wyoming      New Mexico      Colorado St. Boise St.     UNLV     Fresno St.
LT          Draheim      Draheim     Draheim
LG          Rivera       Rivera      Rivera
C           Johnson      Johnson     Johnson
RG          Embernate    Embernate   Embernate
RT          Gunther      Gunther     Gunther
TE          Quigley      Umuolo      Umuolo
TE          Escobar
WR          Denso        Denso       Denso
WR          Lockett      Lockett     Lockett
RB          Hillman      Hillman     Hillman
QB          Lindley      Lindley     Lindley
FB                       Young       Young

DEFENSIVE STARTERS - 11 PLAYERS
Position    Cal Poly     Army        Wash. St.   Michigan      TCU       Air Force     Wyoming      New Mexico      Colorado St. Boise St.     UNLV     Fresno St.
DE          Autele       Autele      Autele
DT          Long         Long        Long
DE          Thomas       Thomas      Thomas
LB          Ketchum      Ketchum     Ketchum
MLB         Fely         Fely        Fely
LB          Burris       Burris      Burris
CB          McFadden     McFadden    McFadden
WAR         Berhe        Berhe       Berhe
AZTEC       Stevens      Stevens     Stevens
WAR         Lemon        Lemon       Lemon
CB          Parker       Parker      Parker

SPECIALISTS STARTERS
Position    Cal Poly     Army        Wash. St.   Michigan      TCU       Air Force     Wyoming      New Mexico      Colorado St. Boise St.     UNLV     Fresno St.
KO          Perez        Perez       Perez
PK          Perez        Perez       Perez
Holder      Stahovich    Stahovich   Stahovich
Punter      Stahovich    Stahovich   Stahovich
LS          Brewer       Brewer      Brewer
KO Return   Lockett      Lockett     Lockett
            Berhe        Davis       Russell
PR          Parker       Parker      McFadden




MISCELLANEOUS
Game                    Coin Toss        KO/Receive   1st Off. Play   1st Off. Poss.   1st Def. Poss. Game Time         Game Length   Jersey    Pants       Result
Cal Poly                CP won, rec.     Receive      Hillman rush    Touchdown        Punt-3 & Out      7:02 p.m. PT   2:57          Black     Black       W, 49-21
at Army                 SDSU won, rec.   Receive      Hillman rush    Touchdown        Punt-7 & Fumble 3:02 p.m. ET     3:00          White     Black       W, 23-20
Washington State        SDSU won, rec.   Receive      Hillman rush    Punt             TD-1 play, 80 yds.3:36 p.m. PT   3:16          Black     Black       W, 42-24
at Michigan
TCU
at Air Force
Wyoming
New Mexico
at Colorado State
Boise State
at UNLV
Fresno State
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2011 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS
SAN DIEGO STATE SCORING DRIVES                                                                  OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES
Opponent       Qtr. Score Player                     Play                   Pl. Yds. TOP        Game           Qtr. Score Player                        Play                   Pl. Yds.   TOP
Cal Poly        *1 TD Ronnie Hillman                 2-yard run              6 81 2:59          Cal Poly         2 TD Mark Rogers                       3-yard run               9 80     2:35
Cal Poly         1 TD Gavin Escobar                  4-yard pass f/Lindley   9 80 4:09          Cal Poly         2 TD Jake Romanelli                    17-yard run              5 74     2:10
Cal Poly         2 TD Dylan Denso                    3-yard pass f/Lindley 14 73 6:26           Cal Poly         4 TD Andre Broadous                    2-yard run               6 70     2:02
Cal Poly         2 TD Dylan Denson                   33-yard pass f/Lindley 7 79 2:51           Army             1 TD Trent Steelman                    1-yard run              11 71     4:41
Cal Poly         3 TD Collin Lockett                 18-yard pass f/Lindley 9 88 4:47           Army             2 TD Trent Steelman                    11-yard run             15 82     7:23
Cal Poly         4 TD Ronnie Hillman                 27-yard run             4 36 2:13          Army             4 TD Trent Steelman                    17-yard run              7 70     4:09
Cal Poly         4 TD Collin Lockett                 94-yard kickoff return    no drive         Washington State 1 TD Marquees Wilson                   80-yard pass f/Lobbestael1 80     0:09
Army            *1 TD Colin Lockett                  68-yard pass f/Lindley 2 68 0:33           Washington State 1 FG Andrew Furney                     48-yard field goal       9 29     3:43
Army             1 TD Ronnie Hillman                 16-yard run             3 27 1:14          Washington State 2 TD Isiah Barton                      23-yard pass f/Lobbestael10 88    3”34
Army             3 TD Ronnie Hillman                 20-yard run             8 80 3:18          Washington State 3 TD Marquees Wilson                   78-yard pass f/Lobbestael2 79     0:49
Army             4 FG Alberado Perez                 42-yard field goal      8 55 3:08
Washington State 1 TD Ronnie Hillman                 13-yard run             6 53 2:33
Washington State 1 TD Ronnie Hillman                 0-yard run             13 76 5:18
Washington State 3 TD Gavin Escobar                  25-yard pass f/Lindley 6 69 2:31
Washington State 4 TD Ronnie Hillman                 1-yard run              8 63 4:21
Washington State 4 TD Ronnie Hillman                 59-yard run             1 64 0:11
Washington State 4 TD Gavin Escobar                  21-yard pass f/Lindley 3 20 0:40

SAN DIEGO STATE POSSESSIONS                                                                     OPPONENT POSSESSIONS
Game                      Poss.    TD FG MFG Punt TO Clock Downs 3&Out* PPP                     Game                Poss.        TD       FG MFG Punt TO Clock Downs 3&Out*               PPP
Cal Poly                    14     +6     0      1     6 0         1         0        4 3.00    Cal Poly              15          3        0   0 10 1        1     0      9               1.40
at Army                     10      3     1      0     5 0         1         0        3 2.30    at Army               10          3        0   0    1 3      1     2      1               2.00
Washington State            15      6     0      1     5 2         1         0        2 2.80    Washington State      15          3        1   0    6 4      1     0      4               1.60
at Michigan                                                                                     at Michigan
TCU                                                                                             TCU
at Air Force                                                                                    at Air Force
Wyoming                                                                                         Wyoming
New Mexico                                                                                      New Mexico
at Colorado State                                                                               at Colorado State
Boise State                                                                                     Boise State
at UNLV                                                                                         at UNLV
Fresno State                                                                                    Fresno State
Totals                      39     15     1      2 16 2            3         0        9 2.74    Totals                   40       9        1     0      17     8       3   2        14    1.63
* - less if there is a turnover or end of half; must not have earned a first down or scored
points. + - indicates team scored a non-offensive touchdown.

DRIVE ANALYSIS                                                   GAME-OPENING DRIVE                                              OPENING SECOND-HALF DRIVE
                                     SDSU        Opponent                                      SDSU       Opponent                                            SDSU           Opponent
Game                               TD   FG        TD FG          Game                    Pts.   FD Yds. Pts. FD Yds.             Game                    Pts. FD Yds. Pts. FD Yds.
Cal Poly                           *6     0        3    0        Cal Poly                   7    2 81     0    0   ^5            Cal Poly                   0     0 ^6       0    0   ^6
at Army                             3     1        3    0        at Army                    7    2 80     0    2 29              at Army                    0     0 ^8       0    3 52
Washington State                    6     0        3    1        Washington State           0    1 13     7    1 80              Washington State           0     0 ^2       0    0   ^4
at Michigan                                                      at Michigan                                                     at Michigan
TCU                                                              TCU                                                             TCU
at Air Force                                                     at Air Force                                                    at Air Force
Wyoming                                                          Wyoming                                                         Wyoming
New Mexico                                                       New Mexico                                                      New Mexico
at Colorado State                                                at Colorado State                                               at Colorado State
Boise State                                                      Boise State                                                     Boise State
at UNLV                                                          at UNLV                                                         at UNLV
Fresno State                                                     Fresno State                                                    Fresno State
Totals                             15       1     9       1      Averages                4.67 1.67 58.0 2.33 1.00 38.00          Averages                0.00 0.00 5.33 0.00 1.00 20.67
* - indicates team scored a non-offensive touchdown.             * - indicates possession ended in a 3-and-out.                  * - indicates possession ended in a 3-and-out.

FIRST DOWNS EARNED                                                                              TURNOVER ANALYSIS
Name                                          Pass     Receive        Rush             Total                        TO        Opp. Pts.        TD/FG         Pts./TO
Ryan Lindley                                    28           0           0               28     San Diego State      2               0            0/0           0.00
Ronnie Hillman                                   0           2          21               23     Opponents            8              28            4/0           3.50
Walter Kazee                                     0           1           8                9
Colin Lockett                                    0           8           0                8
Dylan Denso                                      0           7           0                7
Gavin Escobar                                    0           4           0                4
Bryce Quigley                                    0           4           0                4
Alston Umuolo                                    0           2           0                2
Dwayne Garrett                                   0           0           1                1
TOTALS                                          28          28          30               58
Game 4: SAN DIEGO STATE at No. 22/21 MICHIGAN                                                                                                                                  Page 51


2011 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS
SAN DIEGO STATE BIG PLAYS (20+ YARDS)                                                            OPPONENT BIG PLAYS (20+ YARDS)
Game              Player                                Type       Down & Dis.        Yards      Game               Player                               Type      Down & Dis.         Yards
Cal Poly          Colin Lockett f/Lindley               Pass           2-6               59      Cal Poly           Lance Castaneda f/Broadous           Pass         2-11                52
Cal Poly          Walter Kazee                          Run           1-10               41      Cal Poly           Brandon Michalkiewicz f/Broadous     Pass          2-7                49
Cal Poly          Dylan Denso f/Lindley                 Pass          1-10               33      Cal Poly           Andre Broadous                       Run          1-10                23
Cal Poly          Ronnie Hillman                        Run            4-1               27      Army               Malcolm Brown                        Run           4-1                31
Cal Poly          Ronnie Hillman                        Run            2-5               23      Army               Trent Steelman                       Run           2-6                28
Cal Poly          Ronnie Hillman                        Run           1-10               22      Army               Trent Steelman                       Run           2-9                28
Cal Poly          Dylan Denso                           Pass          2-10               21      Army               Anthony Stephens f/Steelman          Pass          3-4                24
Cal Poly          Ronnie Hillman                        Run           1-10               20      Army               Trent Steelman                       Run           2-7                22
Army              Colin Lockett f/Lindley               Pass          1-10               68      Washington St.     Marquess Wilson f/Lobbestael         Pass         1-10                80
Army              Ronnie Hillman f/Lindley              Pass          1-10               24      Washington St.     Marquess Wilson f/Lobbestael         Pass          2-9                78
Army              Ronnie Hillman                        Run           1-10               20      Washington St.     Marquess Wilson f/Lobbestael         Pass         3-12                37
Washington St.    Ronnie Hillman                        Run            1-5               59      Washington St.     Isiah Barton f/Lobbestael            Pass         1-10                23
Washington St.    Ronnie Hillman f/Lindley              Pass          1-10               25
Washington St.    Gavin Escobar f/Lindley               Pass          1-10               25
Washington St.    Dylan Denso f/Lindley                 Pass          3-15               25
Washington St.    Gavin Escobar f/Lindley               Pass          3-11               21



SAN DIEGO STATE BIG PLAYS (20+ YARDS)
Name                             Total          Rushing Receiving                 20-29       30-39        40-49        50-59       60-69        70-79        80-89       90-99
Ronnie Hillman                      8                 6         2                     7           0            0            1           0            0            0           0
Dylan Denso                         3                 0         3                     2           1            0            0           0            0            0           0
Colin Lockett                       2                 0         2                     0           0            0            1           1            0            0           0
Gavin Escobar                       2                 0         2                     2           0            0            0           0            0            0           0
Walter Kazee                        1                 1         0                     0           0            1            0           0            0            0           0
TOTALS                             16                 7         9                    11           1            1            2           1            0            0           0



KICKOFF ANALYSIS
Name                             Total      NR         FC         Muf       NA        TB       In 20       In 25      OB         OnS      Squib Total YL Return YL        AFP AFP w/R
Abel Perez                         20         4         0           0        0         4           2           5        0           0          0        555     475      27.75       29.69
OPPONENTS                          13         2         0           0        0         2           1           6        0           0          0        425     385      32.69       35.00
NR - no return, FC - fair catch, MUF - muffed, NA - no attempt of a return, TB - touchback , In 20 - inside 20, In 25 - inside 25, OB - out of bounds, Squib - squibs, Total YL - opponent
total yardline, Return YL - opponent total yardline on returns, AFP - average field position on kickoffs, AFP/R - average field position on returned kickoffs.



PUNT ANALYSIS
                                                                                                 Net Pct. Not                                               Opp. Territory    Adj. 50 & Out
Name                             Punts Yards          Avg.      Returns Yards        Avg. Average Returned           In 20       In 10       In 5       No.       Yds.       No.        Yds.
Brian Stahovich                      16      692     43.25            3      27      9.00      37.81    81.25             7          2          1         2         65        14       44.79
OPPONENTS                            17      671     39.47            6      55      9.17      36.24    64.71             3          0          0         1         37        16       39.63
Returns - times the opponent returned a punt, Yards - yards for the returned punts, Avg. - yards per returned punt, Pct. Not Returned - percent of the punts that were not returned, In 20
- inside 20, In 20 - inside 10, In 5 - inside 5, Opp. Territory - number and yards of punts inside opponents’ territory, Adj. 50 & Out - punt average excluding punts inside opponents’ terri-
tory.



THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS
Name                             Total        Pct.            1            2           3            4           5        6-10         11+        Longest Converted
SAN DIEGO STATE                 21-44        47.73          5-5          2-4         3-6          5-6         0-4        4-16          2-3       3rd & 15 vs. Washington State
OPPONENTS                       19-44        43.18          7-8          1-2         1-4          4-7         1-6         3-7         2-10       3rd & 12 by Washington State




AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION
Category                                 San Diego State          Opponents
Drives Started                                        39                  40
Cumulative Starting Yardline                      1,366                 994
Average Field Position                            35.03               24.85
Drives Started in Opponent Territory                   6                   0
   Scores/Touchdowns, Field Goals                  3/3,0               0/0,0
   Points                                             21                   0
Drives Started Inside/At Own 20                 10 (5/5)            18 (9/9)
   Points Scored (TD/FGs)                       37 (5/1)             28(4/0)

				
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