KENJON FA’TERREL BARNER

Tailback/Return Specialist

University of Oregon Ducks

#24

5:09.2-188

Riverside, California

Notre Dame High School

 

OVERVIEW

After three seasons of patiently waiting for an opportunity to start while serving as the Ducks’ primary back-up to former All-American, LaMichael James (San Francisco), Barner went on to have a sensational senior season that saw the speedy ball carrier gain 1,767 yards on the ground, the second-highest season total in school history. That total also placed tenth on the Pac-12 Conference annual record chart. He would take 21 of his 278 carries into the end zone, tying the Oregon season-record, as that figure ranks eighth on the conference record list.

 

Former head coach Chip Kelly always valued Barner’s contributions, but with James the featured back, the Riverside, California native managed just seven starting assignments during his first three seasons in a Ducks’ uniform. Five of those starts came as an injury replacement for James in 2011. Barner made the most of his opportunities to tote the ball while giving James a “breather.” Coming off the bench, he tallied 1,856 yards and 20 touchdowns while averaging 6.11 yards per carry for the university.

 

Rather than “pine away” on the bench, Barner would contribute in other ways, not only for the Ducks’ football team, but also for Oregon’s track unit. In 36 games on the gridiron prior to his senior season, he amassed 3,825 all-purpose yards, averaging 9.00 yards for each time he touched the ball and 106.25 yards per game, piling up a total of 27 touchdowns. He scored five times as a receiver out of the backfield, averaged 10.12 yards with a score as a punt returner and found the end zone again while posting 1,371 yards as the team’s kickoff returner.

 

The dynamic running back also spent his first two seasons at the school serving as a sprinter in track. He would become just one of three athletes at Oregon to capture the Pac-10 Conference championship in both football and track in the same academic year.

 

In 2010, he joined fellow tailback LaMichael James became the first to accomplish that at Oregon in 74 years. The first Duck to do the same was Bob Parke, a member of the 1933 Pacific Coast Conference football champions and the PCC track winners for the Webfoots while throwing the javelin in 1934. Barner and James again collected double champion-ships in 2011.

 

Figuratively, one could say that Barner certainly had his “dance card filled” while attending to football, track and academic duties at Oregon. Literally, his “dance card” was busy during his senior season. In attempts to help him with his highly impressive speed and improve his overall flexibility,

 

Barner, who had graduated from the university in May, 2012, decided to take some post-graduate courses during the 2012 gridiron season. He chose to enroll in ballet and yoga classes. “I love it, man,” he said. “I mean, I was worried I was going to have to wear tights. I’m not a tights guy. But we wear shorts.”

 

Still, the player has rarely ever received the national attention many felt he truly deserves. He would close out his career second on the school’s all-time record charts with 3,623 yards rushing and 5,848 all-purpose yards. He is Oregon’s third-leading scorer with 300 points, is tied for tenth on the career chart with 41 touchdown runs and accomplished those figures on 582 carries, sixth-best by a Duck. His 1,371 kickoff return yards are fourth in school annals.

 

Even after running for over 100 yards eight times in 2012, including 201 yards vs. Fresno State and a school-record 321-yard performance that included five touchdown runs vs. Southern California, he still failed to escape the shadow cast by his best friend, Oregon’s career leading rusher, LaMichael James. Barner is the first Oregon player since 1965 to score touchdowns rushing, receiving, returning a punt and returning a kickoff in his career.

 

Despite those numbers, despite the flashy car he drives and both rare hair and rare air, Barner also seems perpetually overshadowed, first, by James and now by De’Anthony Thomas, his backup and close friend who has the rapper Snoop Dogg on speed dial. “I haven’t wished for more attention,” Barner said. “Would I have liked it? Yeah. I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t.”

 

Barner’s answer — candid and different — underscored his personality, which teammates described as indescribable. They noted the penchant for pedicures, the Louis Vuitton luggage, the love of country music. “Pretty much everything you would expect out of a football player, he’s the opposite,” James said from San Francisco, where he plays for the 49ers. “I mean, this dude sprays cologne on his socks.”

 

One very important person appreciated everything Barner had to offer to the Oregon foot-ball program – his coach. “Since I’ve been here, that’s been the dilemma,” Chip Kelly said. “For all Kenjon’s success, he was overshadowed.” Oregon, with its hurry-up, so-called blur offense, averaged about 53 rushing attempts a game this season. Barner, because of what Kelly called his “great vision” and “ability to accelerate,” received a large share of them.

 

How Barner ended up at Oregon, in a late starring role, is also an atypical blend, of sweat and chance, of hurry and patience. The journey included an epiphany, eight-man football, the Ducks’ gaudy uniforms, yoga, sleds pulled, hills run, time bided, a concussion scare and a position switch.

 

Barner, wearing Air Jordan sneakers and a Detroit Tigers cap, recently relayed stories of his youth, stories about basketball, his first love, the way he imitated Stephon Marbury and Allen Iverson, both small and fast and unafraid.

 

One morning during sixth grade, Gary Barner woke his son for basketball practice. “I quit,” Kenjon responded. “What?” his father asked, incredulous. “I don’t want to play basketball anymore. I’m going to the NFL.” “You’re crazy. You don’t even play football. I’m going to get your mother.”

 

Barner is the youngest of seven children, the baby of the family, sheltered by one and all. He speaks to his mother, Wilhelmenia, ten times daily on average. She forbade him from playing football early on. Eventually, a neighbor convinced her otherwise. Barner played in an eight-man league at Calvary Chapel Christian School in Moreno Valley before the California native enrolled at Notre Dame High School in nearby Riverside. He scored so many touchdowns he lost count.

 

At Notre Dame High, Barner would go on to earn Prep Star All-West Region honors and was ranked as 38th-best running back in the country by Rivals.com, as well as 86th overall prospect in the state as a senior. He would close out his career as one of only three River-side area players ever to run for over 3,000 yards in one season, as the state’s 2007 rushing and scoring leader finished second in the country in scoring (22.8 ppg) and fourth in rushing (240.3 ypg), tallying 3,124 yards on the ground (7.5 ypc) and 46 overall touch-downs.

 

Included was a season-high 369 rushing yards vs. Laguna Beach, as he eclipsed 300 yards on the ground on three occasions. He also posted 67 tackles (41 solos) as the cornerback was the Mountain Pass League’s fourth-leading tackler as a senior, and returned a league-leading six interceptions for 146 yards. He added a pair of fumble recoveries for a return of 91 yards in addition to leading the team in kickoff (28.5 avg) and punt returns (17.3 avg).

 

The team’s two-time MVP, Barner was a GoldenStatePreps.com All-Southern California second team as a junior in 2006. That year, he ran for 1,759 yards and 30 touchdowns, in addition to recording 35 tackles and three interceptions on defense. Over the course of his four-year career, he amassed 10,772 all-purpose yards (8,178 yards rushing), 144 touch-downs and 362 tackles. He also earned team MVP honors in basketball, leading the league in scoring en route to receiving All-CIF second-team hoops honors.

 

Barner knew next to nothing about the University of Oregon when he first began fielding scholarship offers. But, one of his brothers liked the Ducks’ uniforms, blinding and different all the time, all that neon and black and a diamond-plate pattern and every shade of green. For the fashionable Barner, that seemed like a good fit. Oregon recruited him to play cornerback. Early on, he played everywhere. He played the role of gunner on the punt team, returned kickoffs and punts, lined up at cornerback and running back and wide receiver.

 

In 2009, Barner set a team record for kickoff return yardage (41 attempts for 1,020 yards and a 100-yard touchdown for a 24.88-yard average. He played in thirteen games, earning his only start vs. Washington, and finished third on the team with 366 yards and three scores on 61 carries. He caught four passes, averaged 10.54 yards as a punt returner and recorded five solo tackles on the way to gaining 1,553 all-purpose yards.

 

In 2010, when LaMichael James sat out the opener after being suspended, Barner scored five touchdowns, including four on the ground. Yet, Oregon faced a familiar problem: too many capable running backs, in the tradition of Jonathan Stewart and Jeremiah Johnson and LeGarrette Blount.

 

Barner appeared in eleven games as a sophomore, totaling 1,040 all-purpose yards that included 551 yards and six touchdowns with a 6.05-yard average as a rusher. He scored two more times on thirteen grabs, found the end zone again with one of his punt returns and averaged 18.15 yards as a kickoff returner, in addition to posting two tackles.

 

But, in the sixth game of the season, vs. Washington State, Barner wondered if he would play again, after a helmet-to-helmet hit that left the sophomore crumpled on the field, concussed. James, so close to Barner, he wept for much of the remainder of the game, visited his friend in the hospital. He wanted Barner to watch the play immediately, to alleviate concern. James pulled out his cellphone, found the play on YouTube and provided commentary. “Here it comes,” he said. “Here it comes. Watch for it. Watch for it.”

 

At the moment of impact, James told Barner, “You’ve got to protect yourself, man.” He added, “You got smoked!” Despite the humor, Barner understood the seriousness of the injury. The next week, Eric LeGrand, a Rutgers defensive end, was paralyzed on the field. Barner’s mother hardly called him for two weeks. He knew she was concerned.

 

Barner would become his best friend’s “injury fill-in” in 2011, starting five games after he himself returned to action after missing two early season games vs. Nevada and Missouri State when he suffered a right ankle sprain in the season opener vs. Louisiana State. He was thrust right into the starting lineup upon his return vs. Arizona. In a three-game span, he reeled off 393 yards on the ground, scoring four times. He ended the year with 939 yards on 152 tries (6.18 ypc) and eleven touchdowns.

 

Before his senior season, Barner flirted with the National Football League after scouts predicted he would be drafted after the third round if he entered the 2012 draft. When he decided to return, the running backs coach, Gary Campbell challenged Barner to train harder to eliminate the nagging injuries that cost him some games in previous seasons.

 

Barner spent most of the 2012 summer months at the university, in the weight room, on the track. He took up yoga; his favorite pose, he said, “comes out of the ‘warrior two’ position, where you can go into the downward dog, but you have to lift one leg and stack your hips.” He ran up hills, with a sled dragging behind him, or a parachute. He focused on flexibility and core strength.

 

When Campbell saw Barner for the first time after all that, he said, Barner “looked physically different.” The ball carrier then raced into the record books, as he rushed 278 times for 1,767 yards (6.36 ypc) and 21 touchdowns to become the fifth player in school history to receive consensus All-American honors. The Doak Walker finalist also caught 20 passes, as his 138 points scored rank second and his 2,023 all-purpose yards took over fourth place on the school season-record list.

 

Gary Barner said his son wrote out goals over that summer and hung them on the refrigerator. Most of them came true. Kenjon Barner asked his father not to reveal the specifics, but the goals ranged from football to course work to the future. Because Barner had already graduated with a degree in Criminology, his schedule during the 2012 fall semester consisted of two classes, yoga and ballet. Well, those and football. He wants to play in the National Football League, then become an F.B.I. agent, then rid the world of crime and drugs.

 

In late January, 2013, Barner took the next step in realizing his dream of playing in the NFL when he accepted an invitation to play with college football’s elite at the Senior Bowl. Throughout the week-long practices, he showed talent evaluators that he is a player that might lack the size and brute power of a Steven Jackson (Rams), but one that is very light on his feet and had greatly improved his lateral agility.

 

Barner did a consistent job of turning the corner and on more than one occasion, North linebackers were frozen on the field, thanks to his crisp stop-&-start moves. Once he got past the second level opponents, it was commonplace to see #24 streaking down the sidelines when he turned on his “extra gear.” He also showed value as a potential slot receiver, as he had good success getting a clean release off the snap to use his quickness when attempting to separate working underneath.

 

CAREER NOTES

Barner started 20-of-49 games at Oregon, including his final thirteen contests…The

Oregon Duck since 1965 who scored touchdowns rushing, receiving, and from punt and kickoff returns, he ranks second in school history with 5,848 all-purpose yards on 723 touches, gaining 3,623 yards and 41 touchdowns on 582 carries (6.23 ypc), as he made 54 receptions for 591 yards (10.94 ypc) and seven scores…Also generated 1,371 yards with a touchdown on 61 kickoff returns (22.48 avg) and returned 26 punts for 263 yards (10.12 avg) and another score, as he tallied 300 points and recorded eight solo tackles…Ranks second on the school career-record list and 16th in Pac-12 Conference history with his 3,623 yards on the ground, topped on the school sheets by only LaMichael James (5,082; 2009-11), as James and Barner were joined by Derek Loville (3,444; 1986-89) as the only Ducks to ever gain 3,000 yards rushing in a career…His 582 carries are sixth all-time at the university behind LaMichael James (771), Loville (811), Sean Burwell (668; 1990-93), Terrence Whitehead (612; 2002-05) and Ricky Whittle (590; 1992-95)…Barner’s 41 touch-down runs tied Loville for second on the school career-record chart behind James (58) and both are tied for eleventh on the Pac-12 all-time list…His 5,848 all-purpose yards in second-best in school history, topped by James (5,869). Loville is the only other Duck to reach 5,000 all-purpose yards (5,223)…Ranks third in school annals in scoring with 300 points, surpassed by James (348) and Jared Siegel (323; 2001-04)…His 1,371 yards gained via kickoff returns is the third-best total at the school, behind Steve Brown (1,878; 1979-82), Allan Amundson (1,680; 1999-2002) and Jonathan Stewart (1,664, 2005-07).

 

2012 SEASON

Barner became the fifth player in school history to earn consensus All-American first-team honors, as the finalist for the Doak Walker Award (nation’s top running back) and Walter Camp Player of the Year Award (nation’s best player) added All-Pac 12 Conference first-team honors…Also named to the watch lists for the Maxwell Award (college player of the year) and Paul Hornung Award (most versatile player)…Became the Ducks full-time starter as a senior, ranking second in the league and fourth in the nation with an average of 135.92 rushing yards per game, tying for eighth nationally and second in the Pac-12 in scoring (10.62 ppg), in addition to placing second in the conference and 15th in the major college ranks in all-purpose yardage (155.62 ypg)…Selected the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week and College Football Performance Award National Running Back of the Week for his record-breaking performance vs. Southern California…Also earned CFPA National Running Back of the Week accolades vs.  Washington State…Carried 278 times for 1,767 yards (6.36 ypc) and 21 touchdowns, as his yardage total is second-best in a season by a Duck, ranking behind LaMichael James (1,805 in 2011) and is good for tenth on the Pac-12 Conference annual record chart…His 21 touchdown runs rank eighth on the league season-record list and tied the school record first set by James in 2010…Caught 20 passes for 256 yards (12.80 ypc) and a pair of touch-downs, as his 138 points scored are second-best by a Duck behind James’ 2010 figure of 144 points. The only Pac-12 players to score more points in a season were James, Toby Gerhart of Stanford (172 in 2009), LenDale White of Southern California (156 in 2005), Skip Hicks of UCLA (156 in 1997) and Corey Dillon of Washington (150 in 1996)…His 2,023 all-purpose yards placed fourth on the Oregon annual record chart, topped by Jonathan Stewart (2,481 in 2007), De’Anthony Thomas (2,235 in 2011) and LaMichael James (2,175 in 2011)…Gained 201 yards on 34 attempts and three touchdowns vs. Fresno State, as he also caught three passes for 21 yards vs. the Bulldogs…Racked up 195 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries, including an 80-yard scoring scamper, as he also snared three balls for 37 yards and another touchdown vs. Washington State…In his next game, he delivered 122 yards on 20 tries vs. Washington, followed by 143 yards and three touchdowns vs. Arizona State…Set a school-record with 321 rushing yards on a career-high 38 attempts and tied for a career-high five touchdowns, as he also caught two passes for 26 yards vs. Southern California…With 321 yards vs. USC, he joined Rueben Mayes of Washington State (357 vs. Oregon, 1984), Ricky Bell of Southern California (347 vs. Washington State, 1976), Maurice Drew of UCLA (322 vs. Washington, 2004), Jahvid Best of California (311 vs. Washington, 2008) and DeShaun Foster of UCLA (301 vs. Washington, 2001) as the only players in Pac-12 history to rush for over 300 yards in a game. That total shattered the previous school record of 288 yards by LaMichael James (vs. Arizona in 2011)…Ran for 198 yards on 28 attempts and two touchdowns vs. Oregon State in the regular season finale…Closed out his career with 30 attempts for 143 yards in a 35-17 defeat of Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl.

 

2011 SEASON

Barner appeared in twelve games, starting at tailback vs. Louisiana State, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and UCLA…Sat out the Nevada and Missouri State contests after he suffered a right ankle sprain in the season opener vs. LSU…Finished second on the team with 939 yards on 152 carries (6.18 ypc), as he scored eleven times on the ground and three more times via seventeen receptions for 184 yards (10.82 ypc)…lost six yards on three punt returns, but picked up 115 yards on seven kickoff returns (16.43 avg), as he scored 84 points…Finished with 1,232 all-purpose yards, ranking 17th in the Pac-12 Conference with an average of 102.67 all-purpose yards per game, while also finishing eighth in the league in rushing (78.25 ypg)…Recorded a solo tackle in the season opener vs. Louisiana State and when he returned from the injury list, he produced three 100-yard rushing performances…Carried 13 times for 72 yards and two touchdowns vs. Arizona, as he also caught a touchdown pass in the win over the Wildcats…Posted a season-high 171 yards on 31 attempts with one touchdown vs. Arizona State, earning honorable mention CFPA running back of the week accolades…Was named honorable mention CFPA running back of the week for the second straight week for performance at Colorado, where he ran just ten times for 115 yards and a pair of scores, including an 84-yarder, which is the eighth-longest run from scrimmage in school history…Registered his third-straight 100-yard rushing game with 107 yards and one touchdown vs. Washington State…Scored twice on fifteen attempts for 123 yards vs. Southern California…Caught two passes for 52 yards and one touchdown and carried the ball seven times for 30 yards in a 45-38 win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl.

 

2010 SEASON

Barner was limited to one start during the eleven games he played in, ranking second on the team with 551 yards and six touchdowns on 91 carries (6.05 ypc), as he came up with 121 yards and two scores on thirteen receptions (9.31 ypc)…Returned a punt 80 yards for a touchdown vs. Tennessee, finishing the year with 132 yards on ten punt runbacks, as he also returned thirteen kickoffs for 236 yards (18.15 avg)…Scored 54 points and recorded two solo tackles…Generated 1,040 all-purpose yards, ranking eleventh in the Pac-10 Conference with an average of 94.55 yards per game…Missed the second half of the Port-land State game due to a groin pull and then suffered a concussion vs. Washington State that required a hospital stay and forced Barner to sit out vs. Southern California and UCLA…Named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. New Mexico,

After he piled up 147 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries, scored on a 60-yard catch and had a 9-yard kickoff return, along with a 9-yard punt return for 225 all-purpose yards…

Tabbed as the National Punt Return Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards following his showing vs. Tennessee, gaining 107 yards on four kickoff returns, 84 yards on two punt returns, including an 80-yard touchdown, as he ran seven times for 26 yards and made two catches for 11 yards at Tennessee, gaining 228 all-purpose yards for the day…Posted the second 100-yard rushing game of his career, with 133 yards and a touchdown on fifteen rushes at Oregon State…Carried eleven times for 32 yards, gained 8 yards on two catches and 30 yards on two kickoff returns vs. Auburn in the BCS Championship Game.

 

2009 SEASON

The All-Pac-10 Conference honorable mention saved his “best for last,” exploding for 420 all-purpose yards over his last two games, to set a single-season school record with 1,020 yards on 41 kickoff returns (24.88 avg) that included a 100-yard touchdown vs. UCLA…Had 61 carries for 366 yards (6.00 ypc) and three touchdowns in thirteen games, as he also made four catches for 30 yards, returned thirteen punts for 137 yards and recorded five solo tackles…Generated 1,553 all-purpose yards, ranking ninth in the league with an average of 119.46 yards per game.

 

2008 SEASON

Barner red-shirt during his first season at the University of Oregon…Earned team’s special teams scout honors leading up to the win over Purdue and the defensive scout team award for preparations ahead of the Southern California game.

 

 

 

 

 

TRACK

A two-time member of the Oregon Ducks’ track team, Barner competed in sprints and with the relay teams…He is one of only three Oregon student-athletes to win both a Pac-10 Conference track-&-field and football championship in the same academic year…In 2010, he and teammate LaMichael James became the first to accomplish that at Oregon in 74 years. The first Duck to do the same was Bob Parke, a member of the 1933 Pacific Coast Conference football champions and the PCC track winners for the Webfoots while throwing the javelin in 1934…Barner and James again collected double championships in 2011.

 

2010-11 Outdoor Season…Wrapped up his track season on the 4×100 meter relay team at the NCAA West Preliminary meet…Ran the third leg on Oregon’s fifth-place 4×100 meter relay team at the Pac-10 Championships…His time of 40.09 was the seventh-fastest in school history…In the dual at UCLA, he ran the 100 meters (11.13) and on the 4×100 meter relay…Timed a season-best 10.87 in the 100 meters at the Oregon Relay…Also ran 22.29 in the 200 meters at the Oregon Relays…Ran 10.92 for the 100 at the Oregon Twilight. Indoor Season…Made his Oregon track indoor debut in the 60 meters at the Husky Classic…Had season bests of 10.87 in the 100-meters.

 

2009-10 Outdoor Season…Joined the track team following the completion of football’s spring drills and competed in two meets at 100 meters and on the 4×100 meter relay…Ran the third-leg on Oregon’s fourth place 4×100 meter relay team at the Pac-10 Champion-ships where Oregon won its fourth-straight league title…His time of 40.36 was the best of the season…Ran a season-best 10.71 in the preliminaries of the 100 meters at the Pac-10 Championships.

 

2008-09 Season…Red-shirted and did not compete for Oregon during the indoor and outdoor seasons.

 

INJURY REPORT

2010 Season…Missed the second half of the Portland State game (9/18) due to a groin pull…Suffered a concussion vs. Washington State (10/29) that resulted in hospitalization and Barner sitting out the next two games vs. UCLA and Southern California.

2011 Season…Suffered a right ankle sprain in the season opener vs. Louisiana State (9/03) and missed the team’s next two games vs. Nevada and Missouri State.

Durability 3 2011: Suffered a sprained right ankle against LSU and missed the next two games. 2010: Missed the second of half against Portland State with a groin injury. Suffered a severe concussion on a kickoff return against Washington State and missed the next two games.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.39 in the 40-yard dash…1.47 10-yard dash…2.48 20-yard dash…3.91 20-yard shuttle…

10.71 60-yard shuttle…7.09 three-cone drill…31-inch vertical jump…9’5” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times…29 5/8-inch arm length…9 ¼-inch hands…72 3/8-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Barner attended Notre Dame (Riverside, Cal.) High School, playing football for head coach Pat Thompson…Earned Prep Star All-West Region honors and was ranked as 38th-best running back in the country by Rivals.com, as well as 86th overall prospect in the state as a senior….Closed out his career as one of only three Riverside area players ever to run for over 3,000 yards in one season, as the state’s 2007 rushing and scoring leader finished second in the country in scoring (22.8 ppg) and fourth in rushing (240.3 ypg), tallying 3,124 yards on the ground (7.5 ypc) and 46 overall touchdowns…Included was a season-high 369 rushing yards vs. Laguna Beach, as he eclipsed 300 yards on the ground on three occasions…Also posted 67 tackles (41 solos) as a cornerback and was the Mountain Pass League’s fourth-leading tackler, while returning a league-leading six interceptions for 146 yards as a senior…Added a pair of fumble recoveries for a return of 91 yards in addition to leading the team in kickoff (28.5 avg) and punt returns (17.3 avg)…The team’s two-time MVP, Barner was a GoldenStatePreps.com All-Southern California second team as a junior in 2006…That year, he ran for 1,759 yards and 30 touchdowns, in addition to recording 35 tackles and three interceptions on defense…Over the course of his four-year career, he gained 10,772 all-purpose yards (8,178 yards rushing), 144 touchdowns and 362 tackles… Earned team MVP honors in basketball, leading the league in scoring en route to receiving All-CIF second-team hoops honors.

 

PERSONAL

Graduated in May, 2012 with a degree in Journalism…Son of Wilhelmenia and Gary Barner…Born Kenjon Fa’terrel Barner on 4/28/89 in Lynwood, California…Resides in Riverside, California.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG GM/AVG
2009 13 01  061     0366  6.00  03    48    028.15
2010 11 01  091     0551  6.05  06    41    050.09
2011 12 05  152     0939  6.18  11    84    078.25
2012 13 13  278     1767  6.38  21    80    135.92
TOTAL 49 20  582     3623  6.23  41    84    073.94

 

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009  41     1020 24.88  01  100  13      137 10.54  00    31
2010  13     0236 18.15  00    39  10      132 13.20  01    80
2011  07     0115 16.43  00    26  03     -006  -2.00  00    08
2012  00     0000 00.00  00    00  00      000 00.00  00    00
TOTAL  61     1371 22.48  00  100  26      263 10.12  01    80

 

RECEIVING STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR FC
2009  04      030 07.50  00    13  05  05  00  00  00
2010  13      121 09.31  02    60  02  02  00  00  00
2011  17      184 10.82  03    54  01  01  00  00  00
2012  20      256 12.80  02    48  00  00  00  00  00
TOTAL  54      591 10.94  07    60  08  08  00  00  00

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 13      119      030   0366   1020     137     1553   04 13.05    119.46
2010 11      127      121   0551   0236     132     1040   09 08.19    094.55
2011 12      179      184   0939   0115    -006     1232   14 06.88    102.67
2012 13      298      256   1767   0000     000     2023   23 06.79    155.62
TOTAL 49      723      591   3623   1371     263     5848   50 08.09    119.35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BARNER GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Arkansas St. 09/01/12 Arkansas St. 57-34

Yes

9

66

0

66

2

1

8

0

2

12

Fresno St. 09/08/12 Fresno St. 42-25

Yes

34

212

11

201

3

3

21

0

3

18

Tennessee Tech 09/15/12 Tennessee Tech 63-14

Yes

13

58

1

57

1

2

16

0

1

6

Arizona 09/22/12 Arizona 49-0

Yes

20

96

10

86

0

2

29

0

0

0

Washington St. 09/29/12 Washington St. 51-26

Yes

20

207

12

195

3

3

37

1

4

24

Washington 10/06/12 Washington 52-21

Yes

20

122

0

122

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 10/18/12 at Arizona St. 43-21

Yes

16

144

1

143

3

0

0

0

3

18

Colorado 10/27/12 Colorado 70-14

Yes

9

104

0

104

2

2

47

0

2

12

USC 11/03/12 at USC 62-51

Yes

38

325

4

321

5

2

26

0

5

30

California 11/10/12 at California 59-17

Yes

20

73

8

65

0

3

35

0

0

0

Stanford 11/17/12 Stanford 14-17

Yes

21

76

10

66

0

1

13

0

0

0

Oregon St. 11/24/12 at Oregon St. 48-24

Yes

28

214

16

198

2

0

0

0

2

12

Kansas St. 01/03/13 Kansas St. 35-17

Yes

30

152

9

143

0

1

24

1

1

6

Season Totals

278

1849

82

1767

21

20

256

2

23

138

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

LSU 09/03/11 LSU 27-40

Yes

4

12

5

7

0

1

9

0

3

-6

0

4

65

0

0

0

Nevada 09/10/11 Nevada 69-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Missouri St. 09/17/11 Missouri St. 56-7

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona 09/24/11 at Arizona 56-31

Yes

13

73

1

72

2

2

6

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

18

California 10/06/11 California 43-15

Yes

10

89

1

88

1

1

8

0

0

0

0

3

50

0

1

6

Arizona St. 10/15/11 Arizona St. 41-27

Yes

31

181

10

171

1

1

11

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Colorado 10/22/11 at Colorado 45-2

Yes

10

120

5

115

2

1

31

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

12

Washington St. 10/29/11 WSU 43-28

Yes

11

108

1

107

1

1

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Washington 11/05/11 at Washington 34-17

Yes

10

43

2

41

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Stanford 11/12/11 at Stanford 53-30

Yes

8

43

1

42

0

2

20

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

USC 11/19/11 USC 35-38

Yes

15

123

0

123

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

12

Oregon St. 11/26/11 Oregon St. 49-21

Yes

16

67

3

64

1

3

33

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

12

UCLA 12/02/11 UCLA 49-31

Yes

17

82

3

79

0

2

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wisconsin 01/02/12 Wisconsin 45-38

Yes

7

30

0

30

0

2

52

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Season Totals

152

971

32

939

11

17

184

3

3

-6

0

7

115

0

14

84

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

New Mexico 09/04/10 New Mexico 72-0

Yes

17

155

8

147

4

1

60

1

1

9

0

1

9

0

5

30

Tennessee 09/11/10 at Tennessee 48-13

Yes

7

26

0

26

0

2

11

0

2

84

1

4

107

0

1

6

Portland St. 09/18/10 Portland St. 69-0

Yes

3

28

0

28

0

0

0

0

1

-2

0

1

25

0

0

0

Arizona St. 09/25/10 at Arizona St. 42-31

Yes

1

0

0

0

0

2

18

0

3

19

0

1

10

0

0

0

Stanford 10/02/10 Stanford 52-31

Yes

5

14

0

14

0

0

0

0

1

17

0

2

39

0

0

0

Washington St. 10/09/10 at WSU 43-23

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

18

0

0

0

0

1

11

0

0

0

UCLA 10/21/10 UCLA 60-13

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

USC 10/30/10 at USC 53-32

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washington 11/06/10 Washington 53-16

Yes

9

61

1

60

1

1

-1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

California 11/13/10 at California 15-13

Yes

8

40

0

40

0

2

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona 11/26/10 Arizona 48-29

Yes

15

77

6

71

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

5

0

0

0

Oregon St. 12/04/10 at Oregon St. 37-20

Yes

15

136

3

133

1

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

12

Auburn 01/10/11 Auburn 19-22

Yes

11

39

7

32

0

2

8

0

2

5

0

2

30

0

0

0

Season Totals

91

576

25

551

6

13

121

2

10

132

1

13

236

0

9

54

 

2009 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Boise St. 09/03/09 at BSU 8-19

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

7

0

0

0

0

1

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Purdue 09/12/09 Purdue 38-36

Yes

5

35

1

34

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

24

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Utah 09/19/09 Utah 31-24

Yes

9

20

3

17

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

27

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

California 09/26/09 California 42-3

Yes

9

38

1

37

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

26

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washington St. 10/03/09 WSU 52-6

Yes

5

40

0

40

0

0

0

0

2

40

0

1

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 10/10/09 at UCLA 24-10

Yes

4

53

3

50

0

0

0

0

2

6

0

1

100

1

1

6

0

1

0

0

0

Washington 10/24/09 at Wash. 43-19

Yes

7

32

0

32

0

1

4

0

2

12

0

4

76

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

USC 10/31/09 USC 47-20

Yes

4

24

0

24

1

0

0

0

2

-1

0

1

77

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Stanford 11/07/09 at Stanford 42-51

Yes

3

11

0

11

1

1

6

0

0

0

0

9

173

0

1

6

0

1

0

0

0

Arizona St. 11/14/09 ASU 44-21

Yes

4

24

0

24

0

0

0

0

4

52

0

4

68

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona 11/21/09 at Arizona 44-41

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

108

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon St. 12/03/09 OSU 37-33

Yes

4

37

4

33

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

160

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ohio St. 01/01/10 Ohio St. 17-26

Yes

7

64

0

64

0

1

13

0

1

28

0

4

122

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Season Totals

61

378

12

366

3

4

30

0

13

137

0

41

1020

1

4

24

0

5

0

0

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board