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  10/23/19 - Josh DavisrSo/2022, Weber State, 5-09, 195 (DS#32 RB) + More +

  OCT 21 BIG SKY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Josh Davis rushed for a career-high and nation's best this season of 328 yards in No. 4/5 Weber State's 51-28 victory over Northern Arizona. Battling the wind and rain in addition to the Lumberjack defense, Davis finished with the fifth-most rushing yards in a single-game in Big Sky history. Davis' performance was the first 300-yard rushing performance in the Big Sky since 2005. The sophomore registered four rushing touchdowns, including a long 54-yard score 44 seconds into the game. Other Nominees, Offense: Duy Tran-Sampson, CP; Jake Maier, UCD; Sirgeo Hoffman, PSU; Landon Measom, SUU; Jeff Cotton, UI; Jacob Knipp, UNC. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2022 RB Josh DavisWeber State
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  10/19/19 - Josh DavisrSo/2022, Weber State, 5-09, 195 (DS#32 RB) + More +

  Josh Davis ran for a school-record 328 yards and four touchdowns and fourth-ranked Weber State pulled away with three fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat Northern Arizona 51-28 on Saturday. Davis, the 2018 Jerry Rice Award winner, carried it 34 times and scored a touchdown in each quarter. Kris Jackson added 22 runs for 111 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats (5-2, 3-0 Big Sky Conference), who won their fourth straight. Weber State trailed 21-14 at halftime before outscoring the Lumberjacks 37-7 in the second half. Jackson capped a 16-point third quarter with an 8-yard run that made it 30-21 for the Wildcats.

Northern Arizona (3-4, 1-2) cut the deficit to 30-28 on Case Cookus' 44-yard TD pass to Hendrix Johnson on the first play of the fourth quarter. Weber State closed it out with three straight touchdown runs, two by Jackson and one by Davis. Cookus finished 20 of 34 for 359 yards and four touchdowns. Stacy Chukwumezie caught three passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns, including a 94-yard TD reception to give the Lumberjacks a 21-14 lead with 34 seconds left in the half. - AP College Football


(DS#32 RB) rSo/2022 RB Josh DavisWeber State
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  10/13/19 - Adam RodriguezSr/2020, Weber State, 6-1, 240 (DS#41 OLB) + More +

  Kevin Smith had 16 carries for 108 yards, the Weber State defense had four interceptions, and the Wildcats beat Southern Utah 29-14 on Saturday night. Kaden Jenks was 13-of-22 passing for 132 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown pass to David Ames that gave Weber State the lead for good with 5:28 left in the third quarter. B.J. Taufalele returned an interception 22 yards to the Southern Utah 38 to set up the go-ahead touchdown.

The Thunderbirds (1-6, 0-3 Big Sky Conference) were forced to punt on their next possession and Weber State answered with a seven-play, 53-yard drive capped by Adam Rodriguez's 3-yard scoring run that made it 20-7 early in the fourth quarter. Marque Collin picked off a pass three plays later and Kris Jackson's 1-yard TD run made it 26-7 after a failed attempt at a 2-point conversion with 9:56 to play. Chris Helbig completed 23 of 42 passes for 305 yards and two touchdowns for Southern Utah. Eddie Heckard had nine tackles, including 1 1/2 for losses, an interception and a forced fumble for Weber State (4-2, 2-0), which went into the game ranked No. 5 in the FCS Coaches poll. - AP College Football


(DS#41 OLB) Sr/2020 OLB Adam RodriguezWeber State
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  10/08/19 - George TarlasrSo/2022, Weber State, 6-3, 260 (DS#999 DE) + More +

  OCT 7 BIG SKY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Weber State defensive end George Tarlas had a busy day on defense. He registered six total tackles – five of them solo. He added to his write-up 2.0 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks for a loss of 15 yards, two forced fumbles, and two pass breakups in Weber State's 41-35 win over Idaho. Both of Tarlas' sacks on Idaho's quarterback resulted in fumbles, which were recovered by the Wildcats. Other Nominees: Defense: Dylan Ledbetter, EWU; Eric Flowers, UCD; Brooklyn Hardiman, NAU; Kitu Humphrey, CP; George Obinna, SAC; Anthony Adams, PSU; Charles Akanno, UI; Darian Green, ISU; Alex Sims, SUU; Callahan O'Reilly, MSU; Dante Olson, UM. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#999 DE) rSo/2022 DE George TarlasWeber State
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  10/05/19 - Doug LloydSr/2020, Weber State, 5-10, 210 (DS#39 P) + More +

  Kris Jackson's late touchdown gave Weber State the points it needed to hold off Idaho 41-35 on Saturday. Idaho (2-4, 0-2 Big Sky) got within 34-28 on Mason Petrino's 1-yard run with 3:19 to go before Jackson scored the necessary insurance touchdown on an 18-yard run. The Vandals followed Jackson's score with a 97-yard kickoff return by Nick Romano but an ensuing onside bounded out of bounds.

Doug Lloyd, the holder on field goal attempts, took a snap and went 30 yards untouched on a fake for a 34-21 Wildcats lead late in the third quarter. Lloyd also ran for a first down on a fake punt to keep a drive alive that resulted in a score earlier in the quarter. Jackson had 84 yards to lead a 225-yard rushing attack for the Wildcats (3-2, 1-0), ranked fifth in the FCS coaches poll. Petrino had 212 yards passing including a touchdown to go along with his short TD run. - AP College Football


(DS#39 P) Sr/2020 P Doug LloydWeber State
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  09/30/19 - Doug LloydSr/2020, Weber State, 5-10, 210 (DS#39 P) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 BIG SKY SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Weber State's Doug Lloyd had seven punts for an average of 46.7 yards per punt to aid Weber State in a 29-17 win over nationally-ranked Northern Iowa. He also had a career-long punt of 72 yards in the third quarter that pinned the Panthers at the two-yard line. Five of the seven punts for Lloyd landed inside the 20-yard line and three of his punts ended at the UNI two-yard line. Other Nominees: Special Teams: Judd Cockett, SUU; Ben Raybon, UNC; Adam Wilson, UM; Colton Theaker, CP; Nick Kokich, EWU; Kevin Ryan, ISU; Jered Padmos, MSU. - Big Sky Conference Football

(DS#39 P) Sr/2020 P Doug LloydWeber State
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  09/30/19 - Jonah WilliamsSr/2020, Weber State, 6-5, 270 (DS#25 DE) + More +

  A 20-point first quarter proved to be too much for Northern Iowa to overcome as Weber State came away with a 29-17 victory. The Wildcasts opened the game with 17 unanswered points and held on until the finish, moving up one spot to No. 5 in this week's AFCA FCS Coaches' Top 25 Poll. With the loss, Northern Iowa fell six spots to No. 13. North Dakota State still sits No. 1 following their bye week. James Madison defeated then-No. 24 Elon, 45-10, and remains at No. 2, followed by No. 3 South Dakota State and No. 4 Kennesaw State.

Stony Brook has checked into the Top 25 for the first time in 2019 following their 31-27 victory over Rhode Island, and comes in at No. 24. The Seawolves are joined by fellow newcomers Houston Baptist and Southeast Missouri State, who are tied at the No. 25 spot. The biggest Top 25 matchup this coming weekend is a Missouri Valley Conference battle as No. 1 North Dakota State travels to No. 6 Illinois State. In other action, No. 2 James Madison takes on their second straight ranked opponent as they hit the road against No. 24 Stony Brook. - American Football Coaches Association


(DS#25 DE) Sr/2020 DE Jonah WilliamsWeber State
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  09/29/19 - Kaden JenksrSo/2022, Weber State, 6-2, 215 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Kaden Jenks hit Rashid Shaheed for a 73-yard touchdown on Weber State's first play from scrimmage and the Wildcats led the rest of the way in their 29-17 win over Northern Iowa on Saturday night. Jenks finished 19-of-29 passing for 219 yards and two touchdowns in a battle between two of the top teams in the Football Championship Subdivision. Weber State (2-2), which came in ranked No. 6 in the FCS Coaches poll, scored on its first five drives to open a 27-3 lead midway through the second quarter.

Following Shaheed's touchdown, the seventh-ranked Panthers fumbled the kickoff and Trey Tuttle's 25-yard field goal extended the lead. Then, just three plays later, Brody Burke picked off a pass from Will McElvain to set up Kris Jackson's 2-yard touchdown run that made it 17-0 less than 10 minutes into the game. Matthew Cook made a 35-yard field goal to get Northern Iowa (2-2) on the board with 3:27 left in the first quarter, but Tuttle made a 41-yarder about 2 ½ minutes later and Jenks hit Justin Malone for a 13-yard touchdown with 8:30 left in the second quarter. McElvain threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns and added 105 yards rushing on 16 carries for UNI. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSo/2022 QB Kaden JenksWeber State
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  09/09/19 - Josh DavisrSo/2022, Weber State, 5-09, 195 (DS#32 RB) + More +

  SEPT 9 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Weber State running back Josh Davis led the Wildcats with 14 carries for 129 yards and two touchdowns in Weber State's 41-24 win over Cal Poly. He had a 22-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and an 18-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The sophomore averaged 9.2 yards per carry. Davis also had five receptions for 35 yards, giving him 164 all-purpose yards.

King recorded the game-saving tackle and forced a fumble in the process at the goal-line with 0:02 left in the fourth quarter to preserve UC Davis' road win at San Diego. The sophomore helped lift the Aggies to a 38-35 win against the Toreros. King hit the Torero running back right at the goal line, forcing the ball loose before he could break the plane. The ball was recovered by UC Davis in the end zone for a touchback, saving the 3-point victory. In addition to the heart-stopping play, King had 7 tackles (5 solo, 2 assists) and an interception in the win. Others Nominated - Offense: Case Cookus, NAU; Ulonzo Gilliam, UCD; Milo Hall, UNC; Alexander Davis, PSU; Chris Helbig, SUU; Jeff Cotton, UI; Marcus Knight, UM; Tanner Conner; Eric Barriere; Troy Andersen, MSU. - Big Sky Football


(DS#32 RB) rSo/2022 RB Josh DavisWeber State
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  08/14/19 - Jonah WilliamsSr/2020, Weber State, 6-5, 270 (DS#25 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS SECOND TEAM: Jonah Williams, Weber St, Sr.,...Williams started all 13 gamesin 2018 and earned first team All-Big Sky honors in helping lead the 'Cats to a second-straight Big Sky title...Totaled 42 tackles on the year with 23 unassisted tackles and 19 assisted tackles...Had a season-high seven tackles in the season opening game at Utah and has six tackles in wins over Cal Poly and Southern Utah. - Weber State Football

(DS#25 DE) Sr/2020 DE Jonah WilliamsWeber State
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  08/14/19 - Ty WhitworthJr/2021, Weber State, 6-3, 295 (DS#27 OG) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: Ty Whitworth, Weber St, Jr.,...Whitworth returns as a junior on the offensive line. He was a first team All-Big Sky selection in 2018 as a sophomore. The Temecula, California native has started all 27 games in his two seasons with the Wildcats. Weber State has won back-to-back Big Sky Conference titles and has advanced to the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs in each of the last two seasons. - Weber State Football

(DS#27 OG) Jr/2021 OG Ty WhitworthWeber State
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  08/14/19 - Josh DavisrSo/2022, Weber State, 5-09, 195 (DS#32 RB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS FOURTH TEAM: Josh Davis, Weber St, Soph.,...Became the first Wildcat ever to receive national freshman honors in 2018...Was also named the Big Sky Freshman of the Year, the first player from Weber State to earn that honor, and earned first team All-Big Sky honors...In 12 games played set a Wildcat freshman record with 1,362 rushing yards, which also ranks as the sixth most yards in a season in school history...Had 250 carries and nine rushing touchdowns and finished the season ranked 12th in the country in rushing at 113.5 yards per game, which was also third best in the Big Sky. - Weber State Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2022 RB Josh DavisWeber State
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  08/14/19 - Rashid ShaheedrJr/2021, Weber State, 5-11, 175 (DS#83 WR) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS FIRST TEAM: Rashid Shaheed, Weber St, Jr.,...Shaheed returns as a junior kick returner and wide receiver. He is a two-time All-American and returns as one of the top kick returners in the nation. He was second in the country in kickoff returns last year and had two touchdowns. The San Diego native earned first team All-Big Sky honors for the second-straight season and led the Wildcats in receptions. In his two seasons he is WSU's career leader in kickoff return touchdowns and is first in career return average. - Weber State Football

(DS#83 WR) rJr/2021 WR Rashid ShaheedWeber State
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  08/01/19 - Doug LloydSr/2020, Weber State, 5-10, 210 (DS#39 P) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON INAUGURAL FCS PUNTER OF THE YEAR WATCHLIST: Doug Lloyd, Weber State,...Lloyd played in all 13 games during the season, helping Weber State to back-to-back Big Sky tiles and a trip to the FCS Quarterfinals...Earned second team All-Big Sky honors...Finished ninth in the Big Sky in punting with an average of 40.2 yards per punt...Recorded 80 punts on the season for 3,214 yards. - Weber State Football

(DS#39 P) Sr/2020 P Doug LloydWeber State
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  07/20/19 - Jonah WilliamsSr/2020, Weber State, 6-5, 270 (DS#25 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON ALL-BIG SKY FOOTBALL TEAM: DE: Jonah Williams, Jr., Weber State,...Senior Jonah Williams is on the preseason all-conference team for the second-straight year. Williams earned first-team all-conference last season after starting all 13 games and recording 42 tackles on the year. He has 17 career tackles for loss with 7.5 career sacks. - Weber State Football

(DS#25 DE) Sr/2020 DE Jonah WilliamsWeber State
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