QUINTON ARNE PATTON

Wide Receiver

Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs

#4

6:00.0-202

LaVergne, Tennessee

Coffeyville Community College

LaVergne High School

 

OVERVIEW

When a player transfers to a major college from the junior college ranks, expecting that athlete to immediately gain national attention is nearly impossible, and Patton is such a case. Called by opposing cornerbacks that have faced him during the two seasons with the Bulldogs, “possibly the most complete receiver” they have ever faced, Patton continued to excel vs. top-level competition throughout practices leading up to the All-American flanker and team captain suiting up for the prestigious 2013 Senior Bowl.

 

In a recent ESPN interview, one of college football’s best cornerbacks talked about the “education” he got after facing Patton in a 2011 contest that saw the receiver emerge with eleven receptions vs. his opponent. “I feel like (Quinton Patton) from Louisiana Tech is the best receiver I’ve played against since I’ve been here. I’ve gone against some good ones in the Southeastern Conference, too, but he’s probably the most complete,” said Mississippi State’s Jonathan Banks.

 

Still, it was a shame that college bowl selectors did not appreciate Patton, his teammates and the “entire body” of what Louisiana Tech accomplished during the 2012 season, only to “pack up and go home” after their November 24th encounter with San Jose State. Tech was not only the nation’s leader in both total yardage (6,935; 577.92 ppg) and scoring (618; 51.50 ppg), but they ranked third in passing (4,209 yards; 350.75 ypg), as Patton starred for a unit that was the only team in the country to score 51 or more points in eight games during the season.

 

More than a handful of teams with .500 records or close to that mark enjoyed playing in one of the 35 bowl games held after the 2012 regular season. That meant that 70 of the 120 colleges competing at the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision level continued to play in December and January while the Louisiana Tech team “closed shop” after their heart-breaking loss to San Jose State.

 

Tech finished 2012 with the 25th-best record in the FBS and second-best within the Western Athletic Conference. The Bulldogs’ athletic director, Bruce Van De Velde, told The Associated Press that Independence Bowl organizers offered a spot in their game, but the Bulldogs had other possible options still available to them. Van De Velde said he asked the Independence Bowl for more time to make a decision, but was told by game organizers that they couldn’t wait. ”Nobody turned a bowl bid down,” he said. ”We asked for more time to vet two other opportunities that we had that we felt good about.”

 

Rather than take the bowl news badly, Patton continued to do what he has done ever since suiting up to play the game of football – prepare for his next encounter. That would be in front of scouts and NFL decision makers at the Senior Bowl. The receiver left a lasting impression on all in attendance, as many scouts were greatly surprised at how well Patton performed and adapted to playing vs. such elite competition.

 

Patton is a savvy, mature receiver who recognizes that he does not possess blazing speed. However, he is quite effective at using his hands to combat press coverage and get a clean release. He is quick off the snap and into his route, displaying the field vision, ball concentration and natural hands that have talent evaluators likening his style of play to the Green Bay Packers’ Greg Jennings.

 

Patton displays the moves and hip shake to elude defenders in the open field. He is very fluid gliding to the ball in flight and is very alert to locating the soft areas in a zone. With his leaping ability and natural arm extension, he can easily get to the thrown ball at its high point.

 

His loose hips and vision let him make proper turns and adjust nicely to get to the balls without having to make adjustments or break his stride. He has crisp cutting ability coming out of his breaks and despite a lanky frame, he can shock a lethargic defensive back with a stiff-arm to break tackles and gain yardage after the catch.

 

Patton began playing organized football during his days at LaVergne High School. The Tennessee native handled punting chores, in addition to starring as a defensive back and receiver for the Wolverines. He played a key role in the squad compiling an 8-4 record and ranking 49th in the state during his senior season. He earned Class 5A All-Region IV honors in 2007 and received a three-star rating from Scout.com.

 

Flying “under the radar” is nothing new for Patton. He was a player who didn’t get any attention from NCAA Division I schools after his prep career. The talented receiver would eventually find his way to Coffeyville (Kan.) College after he failed to qualify academically for a major college, where he would spend three seasons before enrolling at Louisiana Tech.

 

Playing at Coffeyville was a decision his mother made for Patton. “I was looking around and was down to a couple of schools, so I let her choose and she chose Coffeyville,” Patton told JCFootball.com. “It has a reputation of getting guys ready for the next level and I really liked the coaches a lot and so did she.”

 

When he arrived to start workouts with the Red Ravens, Patton started off with the defensive backs, but made the switch to wide receiver quickly. He also impressed the coaching staff with his ability punting the ball. “I knew I wasn’t going to be able to play defensive back in college, but that’s where I had always played so that’s where I started out,” Patton said. “I redshirted my first year (2008) and started all but one game in 2009 and that was because of a minor injury (tendonitis in his knee) I had.”

 

As a red-shirt freshman at Coffeyville in 2009, Patton finished fourth on the team with 23 receptions for 309 yards (13.43 ypc) and three touchdowns. He added another score and 61 yards on two carries, averaged 16.25 yards on eight kickoff returns, ran back a punt 21 yards and recorded four tackles. He even shared punting duties, kicking sixteen times for 583 yards (36.44 avg).

 

“I am getting better at running routes and because I played defensive back, I feel like that experience has helped me read defenses a little better and it allows me to see what they are trying to do to the offense,” Patton said after his first junior college season. On the recruiting front, Patton hauled in his first offer prior to the 2010 campaign, when South Florida offered him a scholarship.

 

Patton decided to return to the Coffeyville Red Ravens for his sophomore season. He would go on to earn All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference first-team honors as a receiver and second-team accolades after taking over full-time chores as a punter. He led the team with 55 receptions, the fourth-best season total on the school record chart. He gained 786 receiving yards (13.74 ypc) and had six touchdowns.

 

The sophomore added 42 yards on seven carries and averaged 22.22 yards as a kickoff returner. His prep experience as a safety helped him fill in at times in the secondary, where Patton produced eight tackles (5 solos). He punted 54 times for a 39.78-yard average, as his opponents managed to return just ten of those boots for 83 yards.

 

In December, 2010, Patton received his associate’s degree at Coffeyville. One day after reporting he would wait as long as possible to make a final decision on where he would continue his college career, Patton made a commitment. During a visit to Louisiana Tech, the speedy receiver quietly gave his verbal commit to the Bulldogs and head coach Sonny Dykes. Upon returning, the plan was to hold off on inking during the kickoff of the mid-year signing period in order to continue to explore his options.

 

Plans change, however, and after discussing his future with his family, Patton decided to put an end to his recruitment for good and signed with the Bulldogs, despite other offers from South Florida, Central Florida, Troy and West Virginia. “The plan was to wait for a little bit,” he said. “But I’m a man of my word.” When asked what it was that appealed to him about the Bulldogs, Patton said he simply felt a connection to the program. “It just felt good on the inside,” he explained. “I’ve got to go with what my heart says.”

 

Patton was an instant success at Louisiana Tech in 2011, where he received first-team All-Western Athletic Conference and All-Louisiana honors, in addition to being named the state’s Newcomer of the Year. He finished second in the league and 21st in the nation with an average of 92.46 receiving yards per game, as his average of 6.08 catches placed fourth among WAC performers. He exploded for 1,202 yards, the eighth-best season total by a Bulldog, finishing with a team-best 79 receptions (15.22 ypc) and eleven touchdowns.

 

As a senior, the Biletnikoff Award semi-finalist received second-team All-American and first-team All-WAC honors. Nicknamed “The General,” he led the team again with 104 receptions, the third-highest season total in school history, as he finished fifth in the nation with an average of 8.67 receptions per game. His 1,392 aerial yards placed fourth on Tech’s season-record chart and saw him rank fourth in the FBS ranks with an average of 116.00 receiving yards per game. He also tied for second on the school record list with his thirteen touchdown grabs.

 

CAREER NOTES

Patton started all 25 games he appeared in at Louisiana Tech, where he caught 183 passes for 2,594 yards (14.17 ypc), as both figures rank seventh on the school career-record charts…Turned 24 of those catches into touchdowns, third-best in Tech history behind Troy Edwards (50; 1996-98) and Delwyn Daigre (26; 1998-2001)…Gained at least 100 yards receiving in eleven of those games, tying Roger Carr (1970-73) for fourth in school annals, topped by Edwards (21), Chad Mackey (15; 1993-96) and Daigre (12)…Patton also gained 37 yards on eleven carries (3.36 ypc), returned seven kicks for 108 yards (15.43 avg) and eight punts for 27 yards…Scored 144 points and recorded two solo tackles, finishing with 2,766 all-purpose yards, an average of 110.64 yards per game during his time with the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs…During two seasons at Cofffeyville College, Patton started 19-of-20 games, snatching 78 balls for 1,095 yards (14.04 ypc) and nine touchdowns…Also scored once on nine carries for 103 yards (11.44 ypc) while returning seventeen kicks for 330 yards (19.41 avg) and a blocked punt 21 yards…Recorded twelve tackles (7 solos) and gained 1,570 all-purpose yards, in addition to punting 70 times for 2,731 yards (39.01 avg), recording a net average of 37.54 yards for Coffeyville…For his entire career, Patton appeared in 45 games, gaining 4,315 all-purpose yards, an average of 95.89 yards per game…Finished his college career with 261 receptions for 3,689 yards (14.13 ypc) and 33 touchdowns, gaining 140 yards with a score on 20 carries (7.00 ypc), 438 yards on 24 kick-off returns (18.25 avg) and 48 yards on nine punt returns (5.33 avg).

 

 

2012 SEASON

Patton earned All-American second-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and Associated Press, as he the All-Western Athletic Conference first-team choice was also named WAC Offensive Player of the Year by The NFL Draft Report, as that scouting information service listed him as the most underrated receiver prospect in the South…

The Biletnikoff Award candidate, aptly named “The General,” served as team captain, as he led the Bulldogs and league while ranking fourth in the nation with an average of 116.00 yards receiving per game…Also led the WAC and placed fifth in the nation with an average of 8.67 receptions per game, finishing fourth in the conference with an average of 116.42 all-purpose yards…Exploded for a career-high 104 receptions for 1,392 yards (13.38 ypc) and thirteen touchdowns…His 104 grabs rank third on the school season-record chart,

Topped by Troy Edwards (140 in 1998) and James Jordan (109 in 2000) as Patton became only the fourth Bulldog to ever catch 100 passes in a season (Edwards also snatched 102 in 1997)…It would also mark the ninth time a WAC player had 100 catches in a campaign, as his 104 grabs placed seventh on the league annual record chart…Patton’s 1,392 yards receiving are good for fourth on Tech’s season-record list, surpassed by Edwards (1,996 in 1998 and 1,707 in 1997) and Chad Mackey (1,466 in 1996)…Along with his 1,202 yards as a junior, Patton joined Edwards and Mackey (also 1,253 in 1995) as the only Bulldogs to reach 1,000 receiving yards twice in a Tech career…His 1,392 yards also tied Patrick Rowe of San Diego State (1990) for 11th place on the WAC annual record chart…Patton’s thirteen touchdowns tied Troy Edwards (1997) for second on the school season-record list, topped by only Edwards’ NCAA record 27 scoring grabs in 1998…Patton carried once for a 5-yard loss and returned a kickoff 10 yards vs. New Mexico State…Recorded a solo tackle in his final college game, vs. San Jose State…Gained at least 100 yards receiving in seven games and scored multiple touchdowns in four contests…Had at least six receptions in ten games (all but Houston and Idaho)…Patton gained at least 20 yards on twenty of his grabs, including nine for 40 yards or longer…Recorded his fifth 100-plus receiving yard game as a Bulldog after catching seven passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, including a 65-yarder on the second play from scrimmage vs. Rice…Snared six passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns in Tech’s 52-24 dismantling of Illinois, including a 78-yard score and received recognition with an “ESPN Helmet Sticker” for his performance, as he marked his sixth 100-plus receiving yard game and fifth multi-touchdown game at Tech… Led the Bulldogs with eight catches for 97 yards including a long reception of 41 yards in a 44-38 win at Virginia…Had a career day vs. Texas A&M, as he tied Troy Edwards’ school record 21 catches (vs. Nebraska in 1998) for a career-best 233 receiving yards and matched only Edwards with four touchdown catches (four scores tied a WAC game-record he shares with twelve other players). His 21 grabs were one shy of the WAC game-record of 22 receptions by Jay Miller of Brigham Young vs. New Mexico in 1973. His 233 receiving yards marked the seventh-highest total by a Tech player in a game…Pulled down four passes for 41 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown, as Tech piled up a school record 839 yards of offense in a 70-28 win over Idaho…Recorded 152 yards on ten catches and a season-best 79-yard touchdown in a 51-27 win over Texas-San Antonio…Credited with eleven catches for 181 yards – including nine receptions for 166 yards in the second half – in an overtime loss to Utah State…Closed out his career with 10 and 52-yard scores among his ten catches for 125 yards vs. San Jose State.

 

2011 SEASON

The Biletnikoff Award candidate was an “instant sensation” during his first season in the Louisiana Tech program, as the All-WAC and All-Louisiana first-team selection was also named the state of Louisiana Newcomer of the Year…Started all thirteen games at flanker, as Patton ranked second in the league and 21st in the nation with 92.46 receiving yards per game and finished fourth in the conference with an average of 6.08 receptions per game… Also finished ninth in the WAC with 105.31 all-purpose yards per game…Led the team with 79 receptions for 1,202 yards (15.22 ypc) and eleven touchdowns, as his catches rank tied with John Simon (1999) for eighth place on the school season-record list…His 1,202 yards rank eighth on Tech’s annual record chart and his eleven scoring grabs tied James Jordan (1999) for fifth on that season list…Gained 42 yards on ten carries and 98 yards on six kickoff returns (16.33 avg)…Also had eight punt returns for 27 yards, as he recorded a solo tackle vs. Houston and compiled 1,369 all-purpose yards from the “Z” receiver position…Gained 100 yards receiving in four contests and had at least eight receptions in four games…Caught five passes for 95 yards including a 46-yard reception while rushing once for six yards and returning one kickoff for 10 yards in a 19-17 loss at Southern Mississippi in a game played in the middle of Tropical Storm Lee…In the Central Arkansas clash, he snared eight passes for 211 yards, the second-most in the country that weekend and tied for the tenth-best game in Louisiana Tech history, including a 72-yard touchdown while also returning one kickoff 16 yards…Produced a season-high eleven catches for 87 yards and one touchdown and ran the ball twice for seven yards in a 26-20 overtime loss at Mississippi State…Followed with eight receptions for 126 yards and a touchdown while having another scoring grab called back because of a holding penalty away from the play vs. Hawaii…Snared five passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, including a 90-yarder, which is the fifth-longest play from scrimmage in school history, in a 38-28 win over San Jose State…Caught touchdown passes of 45 yards and 22 yards to open the game and ended the day with six catches for 97 yards and two scores in a 41-21 win at Fresno State…Added seven receptions for 162 yards and returned four kickoffs for 72 yards with three rushes for 10 yards, combining for 244 total yards at Nevada, including five catches for 115 yards in the fourth quarter alone as Tech rallied from a 17-point deficit over the final 13 minutes of the game for a 24-20 win to end Nevada’s 16-game home winning streak…Made five catches for 67 yards and a touchdown and ran the ball once for nine yards vs. Texas Christian in the Poinsettia Bowl, but Patton made national news that week for giving one of his bowl gifts ($300 gift card to Best Buy) to one of the kids from the Make-A-Wish Foundation during the team’s Make-A-Wish event in San Diego.

 

JUNIOR COLLEGE

Patton spent the 2008-10 seasons as a member of the Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College football program after failing to qualify academically to accept a major college offer…After not playing in 2008, Patton went on to start 19-of-20 games over the course of the next two seasons for head coach Darian Dulin, as he caught 78 passes for 1,095 yards (14.04 ypc) and nine touch-downs…Scored once on nine carries for 103 yards (11.44 ypc) while returning seventeen kicks for 330 yards (19.41 avg) and a blocked punt 21 yards… Recorded twelve tackles (7 solos) and gained 1,570 all-purpose yards, in addition to punting 70 times for 2,731 yards (39.01 avg), recording a net average of 37.54 yards.

 

2010 SEASON

Patton earned first-team All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College first-team honors as a receiver and second-team accolades as a punter…Led the team with 55 receptions, the fourth-best season total on the school record chart…Gained 786 receiving yards (13.74 ypc) and had six touchdowns…Added 42 yards on seven carries and averaged 22.22 yards as a kickoff returner…Filled in at times in the secondary, where he produced eight tackles (5 solos)…Punted 54 times for a 39.78-yard average, as his opponents managed to return just ten of those boots for 83 yards…Was named team MVP after the season.

 

2009 SEASON

Played in nine games, starting eight contests to earn his first letter at Coffeyville, where he finished fourth on the team with 23 receptions for 309 yards (13.43 ypc) and three touch-downs…Added another score and 61 yards on two carries, averaged 16.25 yards on eight kickoff returns, ran back a punt 21 yards and recorded four tackles…Shared punting duties, kicking sixteen times for 583 yards (36.44 avg).

 

2008 SEASON

Patton enrolled at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College, but did not play football, retaining four years of college eligibility.

 

 

INJURY REPORT

2011 Season…Left the New Mexico State game (11/26) in the season quarter after he sprained his ankle.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.52 in the 40-yard dash…1.58 10-yard dash…2.57 20-yard dash…4.24 20-yard shuttle…

11.23 60-yard shuttle…7.07 three-cone drill…33 ½-inch vertical jump…9’7” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 14 times…32 ¼-inch arm length…9 1/8-inch hands…32 ¼-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Patton attended LaVergne (Tenn.) High School, playing football for head coach Will Hester…Used mostly as a safety, but also lined up as a receiver and punter as a senior, as the Scout.com three-star prospect played a key role in the squad compiling an 8-4 record and ranking 49th in the state during his senior season. He earned Class 5A All-Region IV honors in 2007.

 

PERSONAL

General Studies major…Nicknamed “The General,” as he was the unquestioned leader of the Bulldogs ever since arriving on campus in 2011…His leadership extends well off the field of play. At the 2011 Poinsettia Bowl, Patton showed leadership and maturity when he selflessly gave his bowl gift (a $300 Best Buy gift card) to a Make-A-Wish Foundation kid during the bowl’s community service event. Why? The child’s wish was to go on a shopping spree and Patton was happy to be able to grant that child’s wish…Son of Darlene Patton…Born Quinton Arne Patton on 8/09/90 in Nashville, Tennessee…Resides in LaVergne, Tennessee.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RECEIVING STATISTICS…R/PG indicates receptions per game…GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game.
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG
2009 09 08 023     0309 13.43  03    44  2.56    034.33
2010 11 11 055     0786 13.74  06    59  5.00    068.70
2011 13 13 079     1202 15.22  11    90  6.08    092.46
2012 12 12 104     1392 13.38  13    79  8.67    116.00
TOTAL 20 19 078     1095 14.04  09    59  3.90    054.75
Above statistics are for Coffeyville College career
TOTAL 25 25 183     2594 14.17  24    90  7.32    103.76
Above statistics are for Louisiana Tech career
TOTAL 45 44 261     3689 14.13  33    90  5.80    081.98
Above statistics are for complete college career

 

RUSHING STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR BK
2009  02      061 30.50  01    73  04  02  02  00  01
2010  07      042 06.00  00    25  08  05  03  00  00
2011  10      042 04.20  00    09  01  01  00  00  00
2012  01     -005 -5.00  00    00  01  01  00  00  00
TOTAL  09      103 11.44  01    73  12  07  05  00  01
Above statistics are for Coffeyville College career
TOTAL  11      037 03.36  00    09  02  02  00  00  00
Above statistics are for Louisiana Tech career
TOTAL  20      140 07.00  01    73  14  09  05  00  01
Above statistics are for complete college career

 

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNTING STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG BK LONG
2009  08      130 16.25  00    47  16    0583 36.44  01    48
2010  09      200 22.22  00    35  54    2148 39.78  00    75
2011  06      098 16.33  00    33  00    0000 00.00  00    00
2012  01      010 10.00  00    10  00    0000 00.00  00    00
TOTAL  17      330 19.41  00    47  70    2731 39.01  01    75
Above statistics are for Coffeyville College career
TOTAL  07      108 15.43  00    33  00    0000 00.00  00    00
Above statistics are for Louisiana Tech career
TOTAL  24      438 18.25  00    47  70    2731 39.01  01    75
Above statistics are for complete college career

 

PUNT RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009  01      021 21.00  00    21
2011  08      027 03.38  00    17
TOTAL  09      048 05.33  00    21
Above statistics are for complete college career

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 09      034     0309     061     130     021     0521   04  15.32    057.89
2010 11      071     0786     042     200     000     1028   06  14.48    093.45
2011 13      103     1202     042     098     027     1369   11  13.29    105.31
2012 12      106     1392    -005     010     000     1397   13  13.18    116.42
TOTAL 20      105     1095     103     330     021     1549   10  14.75    077.45
Above statistics are for Coffeyville College career
TOTAL 25      209     2594     037     108     027     2766   24  13.23    110.64
Above statistics are for Louisiana Tech career
TOTAL 45      314     3689     140     438     048     4315   34  13.74    095.89
Above statistics are for complete college career

 

PATTON GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Houston 09/08/12 at Houston 56-49

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rice 09/15/12 Rice 56-37

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

7

119

2

0

0

0

2

12

Illinois 09/22/12 at Illinois 52-24

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

164

2

0

0

0

2

12

Virginia 09/29/12 at Virginia 44-38

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

97

0

0

0

0

0

0

UNLV 10/06/12 UNLV 58-31

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

116

1

0

0

0

1

6

Texas A&M 10/13/12 Texas A&M 57-59

Yes

1

0

5

-5

0

21

233

4

0

0

0

4

24

Idaho 10/20/12 Idaho 70-28

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

41

1

0

0

0

1

6

New Mexico St. 10/27/12 at NMSU 28-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

42

0

1

10

0

0

0

UTSA 11/03/12 UTSA 51-27

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

10

152

1

0

0

0

1

6

Texas St. 11/10/12 at Texas St. 62-55

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

86

0

0

0

0

0

0

Utah St. 11/17/12 Utah St. 41-48

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

11

181

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Jose St. 11/24/12 at SJSU 43-52

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

10

125

2

0

0

0

2

12

Season Totals

1

0

5

-5

0

104

1392

13

1

10

0

13

78

 

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

Southern Miss. 09/03/11 at USM 17-19

Yes

1

6

0

6

0

5

95

0

0

0

0

1

10

0

0

0

Central Ark. 09/10/11 Central Ark. 48-42

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

211

2

0

0

0

1

16

0

2

12

Houston 09/17/11 Houston 34-35

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

82

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Mississippi St. 09/24/11 at MSU 20-26

Yes

2

7

0

7

0

11

87

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Hawaii 10/01/11 Hawaii 26-44

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

126

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Idaho 10/08/11 at Idaho 24-11

Yes

1

9

0

9

0

9

34

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Utah St. 10/22/11 at Utah St. 24-17

Yes

2

1

0

1

0

4

38

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Jose St. 10/29/11 San Jose St. 38-28

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

116

2

2

17

0

0

0

0

2

12

Fresno St. 11/05/11 at Fresno St. 41-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

97

2

2

2

0

0

0

0

2

12

Ole Miss 11/12/11 at Ole Miss 27-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

33

0

3

11

0

0

0

0

0

0

Nevada 11/19/11 at Nevada 24-20

Yes

3

10

0

10

0

7

162

1

0

0

0

4

72

0

1

6

New Mexico St. 11/26/11 NMSU 44-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

54

0

1

-3

0

0

0

0

0

0

TCU 12/21/11 TCU 24-31

Yes

1

9

0

9

0

5

67

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Season Totals

10

42

0

42

0

79

1202

11

8

27

0

6

98

0

11

66

 

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