Montee Ball      Wisconsin         5’10-214            32 5/8   9          He comes from a long lineage of Wisconsin running backs – mostly players who fell short of having productive careers in the NFL. Ball, however, has a distinctly slashing running style that ensures exceptional rushing production between the tackles. Strong inside running skills for size, with nice feet and lateral burst to bounce to edge; smooth strider who reaches top speed quickly. Open-field speed is good, not great – but he understands angles at the third level, forcing defenders to chase. Very good vision and lateral movement before he even snakes north and south. Good cutting ability to stick and go; no wasted motion. Terrific athlete with balance and body control; maintains balance with popup and burst. Very good strength and explosion in lower body to break arm tackles with YAC (yards after contact) toughness. Is very competitive to square shoulders and fire legs, which helps him finish off runs in short-yardage or sideline situations. Pass protection will need to improve to strike what he sees. (Chop blocking is very effective at the college level.) Has soft, albeit small, hands and natural receiving skills with RAC (run after catch) production. Ball has exceptional production as a rusher the last two seasons and has weighed as much as 235 pounds in the past. Nonetheless, a few teams have some concerns about possible weight issues in the future. Softli – First round talent, second-round pick.

 

MONTEE BALL, JR.

Tailback

University of Wisconsin Badgers

#28

5:10.3-217

Wentzville, Missouri

Timberland High School

 

OVERVIEW

One of the most prolific scoring machines in college football, Ball has found the end zone 77 times on rushing attempts since joining the Badgers’ program, and amassed 83 total touchdowns for Wisconsin, adding six more via receptions. He is one of just six players in NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision history to run for over sixty touchdowns in a career, breaking the previous collegiate mark of 73 scoring runs by Travis Prentice of Miami University (Oh.; 1996-99).

 

Ball also established a new Big Ten Conference record, surpassing the previous mark of 64 touchdowns by Indiana’s Anthony Thompson (1986-89). Ron Dayne (63; 1996-99) had previously held the Wisconsin career-record before Ball surpassed that mark. The only other ball carriers with sixty touchdowns in a career was Cedric Benson of Texas, who tallied 63 scores from 1996-99, and another Longhorn, Ricky Williams, who collected 72 touchdowns (1995-98).

 

Among active NCAA FBS participants, Ball holds the top spots with 924 carries, 5,140 yards rushing, 77 touchdowns on the ground, 83 total touchdowns, 500 points scored and an average of 10.20 points per game. He also placed second among active players with 983 offensive touches, third with an average of 104.90 rushing yards per game, fourth with 5,738 all-purpose yards and fifth with an average of 18.86 rushing attempts per game.

 

Before he joined the University of Wisconsin football program, Ball was a standout ball carrier at Timberland High School, where the Wentzville, Missouri native not only excelled on the gridiron, but also on the basketball court and in the classroom. The three-time team captain would go on to set his district’s rushing records with career totals of 995 carries, 8,222 yards, 107 touchdowns, an average of 8.26 yards per attempt. The three-time All-State, All-Metro, All-District, All-Conference and Academic All-District choice was rated the fourth-best player in the state of Missouri by Rivals.com

 

That recruiting service also regarded him as the nation’s 33rd-best running back in 2008. He first garnered local media attention as a freshman, when he gained 1,113 yards on 127 carries with 19 touchdowns en route to earning his first of three team MVP honors. As a sophomore, he was selected the St. Louis Cardinals Athlete of the Year and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sophomore of the Year. The second-team All-State and first-team All-District and All-Conference carried the 297 times for 1,845 yards and 15 touchdowns.

 

Ball continued to dominate coming out of the backfield during his junior campaign. He was named Player of the Year by the St. Louis American, first-team All-State, All-Metro, All-District and All-Conference after putting up 358 carries for 3,077 yards and 32 touch-downs, along with being recognized in Sports Illustrated magazine’s “Faces in the Crowd” section.

 

During his final prep season, Ball was chosen Class 5A Player of the Year by the Missouri Football Coaches Association, St. Louis Rams/NFL/College Hall of Fame 200 All-Metro and was the recipient of the St. Louis Rams Golden Horn Award. He carried the ball 213 times for 2,187 yards and 41 touchdowns. During the gridiron off-season, he lettered twice on the school basketball team.

 

Ball enrolled at Wisconsin for the 2009 season, where he was expected to red-shirt during his first campaign. After sitting for the Badgers’ first four contests, he was activated for the final nine contests, slowly working his way up to second on the depth chart behind John Clay. He collected 391 yards with four scores on 98 carries (3.99 ypc) and snared nine passes for another 92 yards, as he averaged 53.67 all-purpose yards per game.

 

The 2010 season began with Ball still listed behind Clay, but the upperclassmen battled injuries and poor conditioning issues, despite finishing with 1,012 yards and fourteen scores. Wisconsin finished 12th in the nation and second in the Big Ten Conference, thanks to Ball scoring 18 times on the ground, generating 996 yards on 163 attempts (6.11 ypc). James White also chipped in with 1,052 yards and fourteen scores rushing.

 

Due to the crowded backfield, Ball was relegated to a total of eight carries for 34 yards during a midseason four-game stretch, but as injuries mounted, with Clay and White going down, the sophomore became the second player in school history to record four touch-down runs in consecutive games, accomplishing that feat in the Badgers’ final two regular season appearances – vs. Michigan (173 yards on 29 runs) and Michigan State (20 for 178).

 

With Clay having left the football program, Ball emerged from a preseason battle with James White to secure the starting tailback position. He would go on to shatter numerous school, conference and national records in 2011. The consensus All-American and All-Big Ten Conference first-team pick was a finalist for the Doak Walker Award (nation’s best running back) and Heisman Trophy received the league’s Ameche-Dayne Award, given to the best running back in the league, along with being honored with the Archie Griffin Award and Jim Brown Award, both given by the Columbus Touchdown Club.

 

He tied Barry Sanders’ NCAA season-record with a total of 39 touchdowns, including 33 on the ground. He led the league and ranked third nationally with an average of 137.36 yards rushing per game, going on to score at least two touchdowns in each of his first thirteen contests. In fourteen games as a starter, he rushed 307 times for 1,923 yards (6.26 ypc), adding 306 yards and six scores on 24 catches. He also completed both of his pass attempts for 57 yards and a touchdown, going on to rank ninth in the FBS ranks with a Big Ten-best average of 159.21 all-purpose yards per game.

 

Prior to the start of 2012 fall camp, Ball was the victim of what Madison, Wisconsin police called an “unprovoked assault” in August. He suffered a concussion and a bruised jaw in the assault and missed the first week of preseason scrimmages. The senior still seemed affected by the incident during the first half of UW’s schedule, as he managed 360 yards with just two touchdowns on 93 carries (3.87 ypc) through the team’s first four games.

 

Ball would later “get back on track,” as he recorded eight 100-yard rushing performances during the team’s final nine games, including two contests where he exploded for over 200 yards (247 vs. Purdue and 202 vs. Nebraska). He again captured All-American, All-Big Ten Conference and Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year honors in 2012. He went on to pile up 1,831 yards with 22 touchdowns on 356 attempts (5.14 ypc), ranking sixth in the nation with an average of 130.71 yards per game on the ground.

 

CAREER NOTES

Ball appeared in 49 games at the University of Wisconsin, starting his final 32 contests, as he carried 924 times for 5,140 yards (5.56 ypc) and 77 touchdowns, averaging 104.90 yards per game…Generated 598 yards with six scores on 59 receptions (10.14 ypc)…Touched the ball 938 times for 5,738 all-purpose yards, an average of 117.10 yards per game and 5.84 yards per play…Recorded two tackles and scored 500 points, an average of 10.20 points per game…The ball carrier rushed for at least 100 yards in 26 games, including fourteen with 150 yards or more and four others for 200-plus yards…Recorded at least two touchdowns in 25 games, an NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision record…Produced five consecutive games with at least three rushing touchdowns in 2011, tying another NCAA mark…His 83 total touchdowns are five more than the previous NCAA career-record of 82 by Travis Prentice of Miami, Ohio (78; 1996-99)…His 77 rushing touchdowns also topped Prentice’s old NCAA record of 73…He also topped the previous Big Ten Conference and school career records for rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, topping Ron Dayne (71; 1996-99)…Ball, Prentice and Dayne are joined by Ricky Williams of Texas (72; 1995-98) as the only FBS performers to rush for over 70 touchdowns in a career…Ball’s 500 points scored surpassed Prentice’s previous NCAA record of 468, along with breaking Ron Dayne’s school and conference old marks of 426 points…Became the 17th player in NCAA FBS history to rush for over 5,000 yards in a career, as his 5,140 yards rank 14th in college annals and trails Ron Dayne (6,397) and Archie Griffin of Ohio State (5,177; 1972-75) on the conference career list…His 924 carries tied Archie Griffin and Anthony Thomas of Michigan (1997-2000) for eighth place in Big Ten annals and second on the school all-time record chart behind Dayne’s conference record 1,220 attempts…Finished second in both Wisconsin and Big Ten history behind Dayne (6,397) with 5,738 all-purpose yards.

 

2012 SEASON

Ball earned consensus All-American and unanimous All-Big Ten Conference first-team honors, as he also captured the Doak Walker Award, given to the best running back in the nation, and for the second-straight year, he was a recipient of the Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year Award…Named the Grange-Griffin Big Ten Championship Game MVP, Ball started all fourteen games…Got off to a sluggish start, gaining only 360 yards with three touchdowns on 93 carries during the Badgers’ first four contests, but he would go on to record eight 100-yard rushing performances, including two for over 200 yards, during his next nine appearances…Finished second in the conference and sixth in the nation with an average of 130.71 yards per game on the ground, as he led the team with 356 attempts for 1,830 yards (5.14 ypc) and 22 touchdowns…His 356 rushes broke the old school season-record of 348 by Brian Calhoun in 2005, as Ball’s attempts also rank seventh on the league annual record chart…The senior’s 1,830 yards on the ground is the fourth-best season total by a Badger and is good for ninth on the Big Ten sheets…His 22 touchdown runs tied Brian Calhoun (2005) for second on the Badgers’ annual record list, topped by only Ball’s 33 scoring  scampers in 2011…In addition to tying Calhoun, Ball’s rushing scores were matched by Keith Byars of Ohio State (1984) and Javon Ringer of Michigan State (2008) for eighth place on the league’s season chart…Finished with ten 100-yard rushing performances, equaling the school season-record he shared from 2011 with Brent Moss (1993), Ron Dayne (1999) and Anthony Davis (2001)…Ball’s 132 points scored led the team and league, becoming the first player in Big Ten history to lead the league in scoring in three consecutive seasons since Tom Harmon of Michigan (1938-40)…

Finished third in the league and 27th nationally with an average of 135.96 all-purpose yards per game, amassing 1,902 yards that included 72 from ten receptions…Assisted on a tackle vs. Penn State…Opened season with 151 all-purpose yards, rushing for 120 and a score on 32 attempts and 31 on three receptions vs. Northern Iowa…Scored on one-yard run vs. Texas-El Paso before leaving the game due to head injury on that scoring plunge early in the second quarter…Recorded his 18th 100-yard rushing game as a Badger, with 139 yards and a touchdown on 37 tries vs. Utah State…Scored three times on 31 carries for 93 yards at Nebraska…Followed with two more touchdowns on 19 runs for 116 yards vs. Illinois…Was named Big Ten Player of the Week and Maxwell Award Player of the Week after rushing for a career-high 247 yards and three touchdowns, including a career-long 67 yard run on 29 attempts at Purdue, his third 200-yard game of his career. He also broke the Wisconsin and Big Ten touchdown record and became just the third player in NCAA history to score 70 touchdowns…Rushed for his 21st-career 100-yard game vs. Minnesota, finishing with 166 yards and two touchdowns on 24 tries…Added Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week accolades and posted his 22nd-career 100-yard game with 198 yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns vs. Indiana, tying Ron Dayne’s all-time rushing touchdown record (71)…Tied the NCAA career touchdown record vs. Ohio State, as he had a career-high 39 carries and 191 yards with a score…Became the NCAA’s all-time career touch-down leader (79) with a 17-yard touchdown run at Penn State, generating 111 yards on 27 chances…Selected the Grange-Griffin Big Ten Championship Game MVP for his three-touchdown performance in UW’s 70-31 win over Nebraska in the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game, making Ball a finalist for the Chicago Tribune’s Silver Football award for the second-consecutive year…Closed out his career with 24 attempts for 100 yards and a touchdown vs. Stanford in the Rose Bowl, becoming the first player in history to rush for 100 yards in three consecutive Rose Bowl Games and score in three different Rose Bowl Games.

 

2011 SEASON

The Heisman Trophy finalist was a consensus first-team All-American in his first full season as a starter…Ball was also a finalist for Doak Walker Award and was the winner of both the Graham-George Big Ten Conference Offensive Player of the Year and Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year Awards…Recipient of the Chicago Tribune Silver Football and received both the Archie Griffin and Jim Brown Awards from the Touchdown Club of Columbus…The unanimous first-team All-Big Ten choice was also selected his team’s Jimmy Demetral MVP Award…His 39 total touchdowns not only tied the NCAA season-record set by Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State in 1988, but were more than 42 FBS schools scored during the 2011 schedule…Those 39 total scores broke the Big Ten record by thirteen, topping the previous mark of 26, first set by Pete Johnson of Ohio State (1975) and matched by Anthony Thompson of Indiana (1988) and Ki-Jana Carter of Penn State (1994)…That total also surpassed the old school record of 24 by Brian Calhoun in 2005 and were twelve more than Bernard Pierce of Temple and Collin Klein of Kansas State, the next-leading touchdown producers in the country in 2011…Ball’s 33 rushing touchdowns were more than 104 FBS schools scored and are second only to Sanders’ 37 in 1988 in NCAA history…His 33 touchdowns set a new Big Ten record and topped the old school mark of 22 by Brian Calhoun in 2005…Ball carried 307 times for 1,923 yards (6.26 ypc), leading the league while finishing third in the nation with an average of 137.36 yards per game…His 1,923 yards were more than 58 FBS schools ran for and rank 22nd on the NCAA annual record chart, also placing seventh in Big Ten history. Only Ron Dayne (2,109 in 1996 and 2,034 in 1999) ran for more yards in a season at Wisconsin…Ranked fourth on the team with 24 receptions for 306 yards (12.75 ypc) and six touchdowns…His 236 points scored broke the previous NCAA annual record of 234 points by Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State in 1988…Ball scored a touchdown every 8.5 times he touched the ball in 2011 (39 on 307 carries and 24 receptions). During Barry Sanders’ 39-touchdown season, he scored every 10.1 times he touched the ball (344 rushes, 19 receptions, 21 kickoff returns and 10 punt returns)…Ball scored 57 touchdowns over the last two seasons, breaking Ricky Williams of Texas’ FBS record of 53 scores over two seasons (1997-98)…

In five games vs. teams ranked among the top 20 in the country in total defense in 2011 (Michigan State twice, Ohio State, Illinois and Penn State), Ball averaged 143.4 rushing yards, 158.4 all-purpose yards and scored 15 touchdowns (eleven rushing, and four receiving)….Ball has not lost a fumble in his career, spanning 617 touches (568 carries, 49 receptions)…In the Badgers’ second game, he totaled 118 yards with two scores on 17 carries vs. Oregon State, after scoring three times on the ground in the season opener vs. Nevada-Las Vegas…Named UW co-offensive player of the week after tying his career-high with four rushing touchdowns and running for 151 yards on 30 carries vs. Nebraska…

Selected Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week after throwing a 25-yard touchdown pass and scoring three times while gaining 142 yards on just fourteen attempts, including a career long 54-yard rush, and 46 yards receiving on one catch vs. Indiana…Was again named Big Ten Player of the Week after rushing for a season-high 223 yards vs. Purdue. During that game, Ball scored four touchdowns (three rushing and one receiving) which gave him 146 total points scored on the season. This broke Brian Calhoun’s school record for total points in a single season of 144…Two more scores came during the tailback’s 24 attempts for 166 yards vs. Minnesota. Ball broke the Big Ten season-record for touch-downs, rushing for two and receiving one vs. the Gophers. He had 27 touchdowns (23 rushing and 4 receiving) at the end of that game. The previous record of 26 was held by Ohio State’s Pete Johnson (1975), Indiana’s Anthony Thompson (1988) and Penn State’s Ki-Jana Carter (1994)…In the Illinois clash, Ball ran for 224 yards and two touchdowns on a season-high 38 carries, as he also added a receiving score to became just the fifth player in NCAA Division I FBS history to score 30 touchdowns in a single season…Ball added four touchdowns vs. Penn State, and four more in the Big Ten Championship game (one via a reception and three on the ground) one week later vs. Michigan State, giving the runner 38 total touchdowns for the regular season…He would tie Barry Sanders’s NCAA season-record of 39 touchdowns in 1988, when Ball scored once and produced 164 yards on 32 attempts vs. Oregon in the Rose Bowl.

 

2010 SEASON

Ball played in twelve games, starting the final four contests after injuries sidelined John Clay and James White…Did not see much action at midseason, as White and Clay carried the brunt of the rushing load, as Ball even sat out the Ohio State clash, but once he stepped into the starting lineup, he piled up 777 yards with thirteen scores on 114 carries (6.82 ypc), running for at least 125 yards in each of his final five appearances…Ranked third on the team with 996 yards on 163 attempts (6.11 ypc), leading the Badgers with eight touchdowns on the ground, which tied both Billy Marek (1974) and John Clay (2009) for sixth on the school season-record chart…Caught sixteen passes for 128 yards (14.79 ypc) and scored 108 points, the seventh-best season total by a Badger…During his second half explosion, Ball rushed 21 times for 127 yards and two scores coming off the bench vs. Purdue, earning his first career start the next week vs. Indiana, where he responded with three scores and 167 yards on 22 chances vs. the Hoosiers…Ran for 173 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries vs. Michigan and then became the second player in school history to rush for four scores in consecutive games, totaling 178 yards on 20 carries vs. Northwestern…The first player to score four rushing touchdowns in back-to-back games was Ron Dayne in 1996 – first, vs. Illinois, followed vs. Hawaii…Toted the ball 22 times for 132 yards and a score vs. Texas Christian in the Rose Bowl.

 

2009 SEASON

Ball was originally expected to red-shirt after enrolling at the university and did not appear in any of the Badgers first four games, but spent the final nine contests as a reserve, finishing second on the squad with 391 yards and four touchdowns on 98 carries (3.99 ypc)…Also caught nine passes for 92 yards (10.22 ypc).

 

INJURY REPORT

2012 Season…On August 1st, Ball was hospitalized after he was a victim of an “unprovoked assault” early Wednesday morning. He was released from the hospital and the school did not disclose the severity of his injuries, but the police report said Ball suffered head injuries. “My concern right now is for Montee’s health and well-being,” Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema said in the release. “Montee has been released from the hospital and is under the care and supervision of our sports medicine staff. We will continue to evaluate him as we approach the start of fall camp this weekend. I do expect Montee to make a full recovery.” The police report on the City of Madison (Wisc.) web site lists the details of the incident as follows: “A 21-year old man was attacked while walking in the 500 block of University Ave. early (Wednesday) morning,” the report reads. “Witnesses said five men jumped the victim. He was knocked to the ground and kicked. The victim was taken to a hospital with head injuries. It does not appear he knew his attackers and this is being investigated as an unprovoked assault. The criminals were last seen running south on N. Frances St. toward the Kohl Center.”…Ball would sit out most of August camp while recovering from his concussion…Ball left Wisconsin’s game vs. Texas-El Paso (9/22) with a head injury. He appeared to be injured on a 1-yard scoring run at the start of the second quarter. He looked shaken as he got up, and the Wisconsin medical staff was quick to take him on the sidelines and examine him. A doctor or trainer rubbed Ball’s neck at one point, and someone grabbed his helmet as soon as he stood up. An announcement was made that Ball had a head injury and would not be returning. Ball finished the day with nine carries for 40 yards. He also had the first fumble of his career; he had carried the ball 654 times without turning it over before his miscue on the opening drive.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.46 in the 40-yard dash…1.53 10-yard dash…2.52 20-yard dash…4.27 20-yard shuttle…

11.36 60-yard shuttle…7.09 three-cone drill…33-inch vertical jump…9’9” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 23 times…32 ¼-inch arm length…9 3/8-inch hands…76-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Ball attended Timberland (Wentzville, Mo.) High School, where he not only excelled on the gridiron, but also on the basketball court and in the classroom…The three-time team captain would go on to set his district’s rushing records with career totals of 995 carries, 8,222 yards, 107 touchdowns, an average of 8.26 yards per attempt…The three-time All-State, All-Metro, All-District, All-Conference and Academic All-District choice was rated the fourth-best player in the state of Missouri by Rivals.com…That recruiting service regarded him as the nation’s 33rd-best running back in 2008…First garnered local media attention as a freshman, when he gained 1,113 yards on 127 carries with 19 touchdowns en route to earning his first of three team MVP honors…As a sophomore, he was selected the St. Louis Cardinals Athlete of the Year and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sophomore of the Year…The second-team All-State and first-team All-District and All-Conference carried the 297 times for 1,845 yards and 15 touchdowns…Named Player of the Year by the St. Louis American, first-team All-State, All-Metro, All-District and All-Conference after putting up 358 carries for 3,077 yards and 32 touchdowns, along with being recognized in Sports Illustrated magazine’s “Faces in the Crowd” section as a junior…During his final season, Ball was selected the Class 5A Player of the Year by the Missouri Football Coaches Association, St. Louis Rams/NFL/College Hall of Fame 200 All-Metro and was the recipient of the St. Louis Rams Golden Horn Award…Carried the ball 213 times for 2,187 yards and 41 touchdowns…During the gridiron off-season, he lettered twice on the school basketball team.

 

PERSONAL

Sociology major…Son of Melissa and Montee Ball, Sr…Cousin, Darius Hill, played football at Ball State (2005-08)…Born 12/05/90…Resides in Wentzville, Missouri.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG GM/AVG
2009 09 00  098    0391  3.99  04    35    043.44
2010 12 04  163    0996  6.11  18    44    083.00
2011 14 14  307    1923  6.26  33    54    137.36
2012 14 14  356    1830  5.14  22    67    130.71
TOTAL 49 32  924    5140  5.56  77    67    104.90

 

RECEIVING STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009  09      092 10.22  00    30
2010  16      128 14.79  00    14
2011  24      306 12.75  06    63
2012  10      072 07.20  00    16
TOTAL  59      598 10.14  06    63

 

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PASSING STATISTICS
STATS TK SO AS FR FC ATT COMP PCT YARDS TD INT LONG
2010  01  01  00  00  00   00     00 000.00        00  00  00    00
2011  00  00  00  00  00   02     02 100.00        57  01  00    32
2012  01  00  01  00  00   00     00 000.00        00  00  00    00
TOTAL  02  01  01  00  00   02     02 100.00        57  01  00    32

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 09     107      092  0391    000    000    0483   04  4.51    053.67
2010 12     179      128  0996    000    000    1124   18  6.28    093.67
2011 14     331      306  1923    000    000    2229   39  6.73    159.21
2012 14     366      072  1830    000    000    1902   22  5.20    135.86
TOTAL 49     983      598  5140    000    000    5738   83  5.84    117.10

 

BALL GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

UNI 09/01/12 UNI 26-21

Yes

32

129

9

120

1

3

31

0

1

0

0

6

Oregon St. 09/08/12 at Oregon St. 7-10

Yes

15

65

4

61

0

4

18

0

0

0

0

0

Utah St. 09/15/12 Utah St. 16-14

Yes

37

144

5

139

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

UTEP 09/22/12 UTEP 37-26

Yes

9

40

0

40

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Nebraska 09/29/12 at Nebraska 27-30

Yes

31

99

6

93

3

0

0

0

3

0

0

18

Illinois 10/06/12 Illinois 31-14

Yes

19

119

3

116

2

1

2

0

2

0

0

12

Purdue 10/13/12 at Purdue 38-14

Yes

29

251

4

247

3

1

14

0

3

0

0

18

Minnesota 10/20/12 Minnesota 38-13

Yes

24

171

5

166

2

0

0

0

2

0

0

12

Michigan St. 10/27/12 Michigan St. 13-16

Yes

22

66

20

46

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Indiana 11/10/12 at Indiana 62-14

Yes

27

208

10

198

3

0

0

0

3

0

0

18

Ohio St. 11/17/12 Ohio St. 14-21

Yes

39

197

6

191

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Penn St. 11/24/12 at Penn St. 21-24

Yes

27

118

7

111

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Nebraska 12/01/12 Nebraska 70-31

Yes

21

202

0

202

3

0

0

0

3

0

0

18

Stanford 01/01/13 Stanford 14-20

Yes

24

100

0

100

1

1

7

0

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

356

1909

79

1830

22

10

72

0

22

0

0

132

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Receiving

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

UNLV 09/01/11 UNLV 51-17

Yes

10

64

1

63

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

67

1

4

0

0

24

Oregon St. 09/10/11 OSU 35-0

Yes

18

121

3

118

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

12

Northern Ill. 09/17/11 NIU 49-7

Yes

20

91

0

91

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

32

0

2

0

0

12

South Dakota 09/24/11 USD 59-10

Yes

15

89

1

88

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

21

0

2

0

0

12

Nebraska 10/01/11 Nebraska 48-17

Yes

30

151

0

151

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

0

24

Indiana 10/15/11 Indiana 59-7

Yes

14

143

1

142

3

1

1

0

25

1

0

1

46

0

3

0

0

18

Michigan St. 10/22/11 at MSU 31-37

Yes

18

120

5

115

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

24

1

2

0

0

12

Ohio St. 10/29/11 at OSU 29-33

Yes

17

85

0

85

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

30

1

2

0

1

14

Purdue 11/05/11 Purdue 62-17

Yes

20

223

0

223

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

9

0

3

0

0

18

Minnesota 11/12/11 at Minn. 42-13

Yes

23

172

6

166

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

5

1

3

0

0

18

Illinois 11/19/11 at Illinois 28-17

Yes

38

230

6

224

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

-1

1

3

0

0

18

Penn St. 11/26/11 Penn St. 45-7

Yes

25

156

0

156

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

15

0

4

0

0

24

Michigan St. 12/03/11 at MSU 42-39

Yes

27

140

3

137

3

1

1

0

32

0

0

3

7

1

4

0

0

24

Oregon 01/02/12 Oregon 38-45

Yes

32

169

5

164

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

51

0

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

307

1954

31

1923

33

2

2

0

57

1

0

24

306

6

39

0

1

236

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

UNLV 09/04/10 at UNLV 41-21

Yes

16

82

3

79

2

1

6

0

2

0

0

12

San Jose St. 09/11/10 San Jose St. 27-14

Yes

9

33

2

31

0

1

-3

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 09/18/10 Arizona St. 20-19

Yes

5

11

0

11

0

4

38

0

0

0

0

0

Austin Peay 09/25/10 Austin Peay 70-3

Yes

11

65

1

64

1

2

25

0

1

0

0

6

Michigan St. 10/02/10 at Michigan St. 24-34

Yes

2

6

0

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Minnesota 10/09/10 Minnesota 41-23

Yes

3

12

2

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ohio St. 10/16/10 Ohio St. 31-18

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Iowa 10/23/10 at Iowa 31-30

Yes

3

18

0

18

1

5

41

0

1

0

0

6

Purdue 11/06/10 at Purdue 34-13

Yes

21

134

7

127

2

1

5

0

2

0

0

12

Indiana 11/13/10 Indiana 83-20

Yes

22

167

0

167

3

1

9

0

3

0

0

18

Michigan 11/20/10 at Michigan 48-28

Yes

29

173

0

173

4

1

7

0

4

0

0

24

Northwestern 11/27/10 Northwestern 70-23

Yes

20

180

2

178

4

0

0

0

4

0

0

24

TCU 01/01/11 TCU 19-21

Yes

22

138

6

132

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

163

1019

23

996

18

16

128

0

18

0

0

108

 

2009 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Northern Ill. 09/05/09 Northern Ill. 28-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fresno St. 09/12/09 Fresno St. 34-31

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wofford 09/19/09 Wofford 44-14

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Michigan St. 09/26/09 Michigan St. 38-30

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Minnesota 10/03/09 at Minnesota 31-28

Yes

4

6

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ohio St. 10/10/09 at Ohio St. 13-31

Yes

3

19

0

19

0

2

22

0

0

0

0

0

Iowa 10/17/09 Iowa 10-20

Yes

5

21

0

21

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Purdue 10/31/09 Purdue 37-0

Yes

9

26

8

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Indiana 11/07/09 at Indiana 31-28

Yes

27

117

2

115

2

1

11

0

2

0

0

12

Michigan 11/14/09 Michigan 45-24

Yes

16

68

6

62

0

1

8

0

0

0

0

0

Northwestern 11/21/09 at Northwestern 31-33

Yes

4

12

0

12

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Hawaii 12/05/09 at Hawaii 51-10

Yes

15

95

17

78

1

3

37

0

1

0

0

6

Miami (FL) 12/29/09 Miami (FL) 20-14

Yes

15

69

8

61

0

2

14

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

98

433

42

391

4

9

92

0

4

0

0

24

 

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