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Candidacy for Assistant Director Media Communications

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  • [email protected] | 858-361-9237 | 3144 carnegie ct. | san diego ca, 92122

    CandidaCy for assistant direCtor, Media CoMMuniCations

  • daVid [email protected] | 858-361-9237 | 3144 carnegie ct. | san diego ca, 92122

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    Ryan T. Blystone Assistant Director, Digital and Media Communications University of San DiegoDegheri Alumni Center 3325998 Alcal ParkSan Diego, CA 92110

    Dear Mr. Blystone,

    I want to join the University of San Diego media communications department to help build relationships, develop and enhance the University of San Diego brand, serve the students and enhance their experience at the University of San Diego.

    By nature, I generate innovative ideas. I am a dreamer and I have a proven track record in build-ing what I envision. Im a strategic thinker. I pay close attention to whats going on around me, I listen and I quiz people. I gather information, and solve complex problems because where others may see complexity, I see patterns. Communicating emotions, and reading people comes effort-lessly to me, I challenge people, and I challenge myself. Driven by my talents, I dedicate and immerse myself in whatever I do. I have always excelled under pressure, thrive in team environ-ments, and Im one of the most creative people youll ever meet.

    My experiences and education has prepared me for a rigorous full-time position with your de-partment. My strengths and accomplishments cannot be fully expressed in a resume, so I have prepared for you a brief compilation of a few of the projects I have taken the lead on in my pro-fessional career.

    Im very interested in this position as assistant director and Im confident that I would do an ex-cellent job for you. I eagerly look forward to discussing this opportunity through an interview or informal discussion at your earliest convenience.

    Thank you for your time and consideration and I hope to hear from you in the near future.

    Sincerely,

    David Roost

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    [email protected] | 858-361-9237 | 3144 carnegie ct. | san diego ca, 92122

    Fresno state athletics Department Fresno, ca External Relations Specialist Aug. 2010 - Dec. 2012 Artistic leadership responsible for the look and feel of all things Fresno State Athletics, including: Website design, identity development, photography, promotional conceptualization, user design experience, branding, social media, direct mail, television & newspaper ads, brochures, email newsletters, posters, and signs. Working with and building relationships with website technicians, vendors, sponsors, high-level donors, and printers. Developed strategic design, and marketing schemes communicating conceptual design, and design production for a wide range of projects intended to further promote and enhance the Fresno State brand. Responsible for design, creation, and management of all publications, including 16 large-scale media guides per year. Visualized and created integrated marketing communications plan across all print and digital media, and provided artistic leadership to team of highly creative marketing team. Resulting in: Consistency in graphic design, conceptual direction, layouts, typography composition, font and color management. Expanded the student presence at home events as the coordinator of the Dog Pound student section and ticketing program. Increasing membership from 957 to 3,825 (Dec, 2010 - April 2011). Increasing revenue from student tickets and fees from $1.9 M to $4.3 M (2010 - 2012) Served as photography coordinator, overseeing full-time and freelance photographers, artistic direction, photo-shoot oversight, responsible for all digital file management and archives, and multimedia development. Team liaison responsible for strategy, management, updating and constant monitoring of multiple social media platforms. Increased Facebook likes by an additional 10,000 (Aug. 2010 6,000 likes to Dec. 2012 16,000 likes). Co-lead the committee to completely redesign www.gobulldogs.com as primary designer and co-strategic coordinator. Responsible for the planning, implementation, and follow through of NCAA division I equestrian and womens lacrosse. Promotional video production, fan experience, community outreach, game-day management, and on field promotions. Negotiated agreements with digital media management contractors to effectively cut costs and increase value. Football game-day operational director for on-field promotions and football team pre-game escort. Created highly persuasive sales and marketing presentations for internal use, commercial use, and fundraising use. Pioneered new media platforms as leader in virtual publications maintaining complete compliance with NCAA bylaws.

    arizona carDinals Football club Glendale, az Seasonal Ticket Sales Account Executive Jun. 2010 - Jul. 2010 Cold-Called thousands of businesses and individuals to solicit season ticket sales for the Arizona Cardinals Football Club. Generated $17,862.50 in new revenue via personal sales in 35 days.

    university oF arizona athletics Department tucson, az Annual Giving Intern & Ambassador Aug. 2009 - May. 2010 Provided assistance coordinating and implementing the fundraising efforts of the Wildcat Club annual giving fund. Efficient solicitation caller, securing a donation on 25% of all calls. Designed graphic materials for print, mailings, promotions, and web site. Introduced and assist in the creation of the Student Wildcat Club; a Student Targeted Donor Program (First in Pac-12 Conf.)

    associateD stuDents oF the university oF arizona tucson, az Zona Zoo Executive Director May 2007 - May. 2009 Appointed two consecutive terms as organizations chief executive officer, overseeing the Zona Zoo program, the nations largest student-run student section and ticketing program for college athletics, representing 12,000+ student members. Wrote, proposed, and negotiated strategic student-ticketing policy contracts, including: Boosted internal operating budget by + $50,900 through revenue sharing agreements and corporate sponsorships. Introduced policy for an all-inclusive sports pass and dynamic pricing scheme. Resulting in increased annual departmental revenue by 62%, a boost of + $453,000. Redesigned mens basketball ticketing strategy. Improved conference game attendance by + 26.7% Hired and trained 80+ members while designing a cross-functional team structure. Developed brand identity, advertising, promotions, public relations, branding and integrated marketing communications. Directly oversaw the design of all print materials, communication and public relations plans, brochures and weekly email newsletter to over 19,000 students, consisting of event and promotional notifications. Built and coordinated more than 25 new large-scale student programs and events still being utilized. Established the Zona Zoo merchandise line, resulting in a 2.5% royalty and distribution to multiple local retail locations. Created a new tradition of Card Stunts, involving 1,500+ choreographed student participants in the football student section.

    eDucation tucson, az The University of Arizona Aug. 2005 - May. 2009 B.S. | Major: Resource Economics and Management | Minor: Business Management, May 2009 Recipient: Arizona Excellence Scholarship | Merit-Based Scholarship, 2005-2007

    Fresno state athletics Department Fresno, ca External Relations Specialist Aug. 2010 - Dec. 2012 Artistic leadership responsible for the look and feel of all things Fresno State Athletics, including: Website design, identity development, photography, promotional conceptualization, user design experience, branding, social media, direct mail, television & newspaper ads, brochures, email newsletters, posters, and signs. Working with and building relationships with website technicians, vendors, sponsors, high-level donors, and printers. Developed strategic design, and marketing schemes communicating conceptual design, and design production for a wide range of projects intended to further promote and enhance the Fresno State brand. Responsible for design, creation, and management of all publications, including 16 large-scale media guides per year. Visualized and created integrated marketing communications plan across all print and digital media, and provided artistic leadership to team of highly creative marketing team. Resulting in: Consistency in graphic design, conceptual direction, layouts, typography composition, font and color management. Expanded the student presence at home events as the coordinator of the Dog Pound student section and ticketing program. Increasing membership from 957 to 3,825 (Dec, 2010 - April 2011). Increasing revenue from student tickets and fees from $1.9 M to $4.3 M (2010 - 2012) Served as photography coordinator, overseeing full-time and freelance photographers, artistic direction, photo-shoot oversight, responsible for all digital file management and archives, and multimedia development. Team liaison responsible for strategy, management, updating and constant monitoring of multiple social media platforms. Increased Facebook likes by an additional 10,000 (Aug. 2010 6,000 likes to Dec. 2012 16,000 likes). Co-lead the committee to completely redesign www.gobulldogs.com as primary designer and co-strategic coordinator. Responsible for the planning, implementation, and follow through of NCAA division I equestrian and womens lacrosse. Promotional video production, fan experience, community outreach, game-day management, and on field promotions. Negotiated agreements with digital media management contractors to effectively cut costs and increase value. Football game-day operational director for on-field promotions and football team pre-game escort. Created highly persuasive sales and marketing presentations for internal use, commercial use, and fundraising use. Pioneered new media platforms as leader in virtual publications maintaining complete compliance with NCAA bylaws.

    arizona carDinals Football club Glendale, az Seasonal Ticket Sales Account Executive Jun. 2010 - Jul. 2010 Cold-Called thousands of businesses and individuals to solicit season ticket sales for the Arizona Cardinals Football Club. Generated $17,862.50 in new revenue via personal sales in 35 days.

    university oF arizona athletics Department tucson, az Annual Giving Intern & Ambassador Aug. 2009 - May. 2010 Provided assistance coordinating and implementing the fundraising efforts of the Wildcat Club annual giving fund. Efficient solicitation caller, securing a donation on 25% of all calls. Designed graphic materials for print, mailings, promotions, and web site. Introduced and assist in the creation of the Student Wildcat Club; a Student Targeted Donor Program (First in Pac-12 Conf.)

    associateD stuDents oF the university oF arizona tucson, az Zona Zoo Executive Director May 2007 - May. 2009 Appointed two consecutive terms as organizations chief executive officer, overseeing the Zona Zoo program, the nations largest student-run student section and ticketing program for college athletics, representing 12,000+ student members. Wrote, proposed, and negotiated strategic student-ticketing policy contracts, including: Boosted internal operating budget by + $50,900 through revenue sharing agreements and corporate sponsorships. Introduced policy for an all-inclusive sports pass and dynamic pricing scheme. Resulting in increased annual departmental revenue by 62%, a boost of + $453,000. Redesigned mens basketball ticketing strategy. Improved conference game attendance by + 26.7% Hired and trained 80+ members while designing a cross-functional team structure. Developed brand identity, advertising, promotions, public relations, branding and integrated marketing communications. Directly oversaw the design of all print materials, communication and public relations plans, brochures and weekly email newsletter to over 19,000 students, consisting of event and promotional notifications. Built and coordinated more than 25 new large-scale student programs and events still being utilized. Established the Zona Zoo merchandise line, resulting in a 2.5% royalty and distribution to multiple local retail locations. Created a new tradition of Card Stunts, involving 1,500+ choreographed student participants in the football student section.

    eDucation tucson, az The University of Arizona Aug. 2005 - May. 2009 B.S. | Major: Resource Economics and Management | Minor: Business Management, May 2009 Recipient: Arizona Excellence Scholarship | Merit-Based Scholarship, 2005-2007

  • daVid [email protected] | 858-361-9237 | 3144 carnegie ct. | san diego ca, 92122

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    referenCes

    paul laDwiGSenior Associate Athletics Director for External Relations

    Fresno State Athletics559-278-2608

    [email protected]

    charles wollinSports Broadcaster & Director of Communications

    San Francisco City Football Club(415) 259-7189

    [email protected]

    allison slaterMarketing CoordinatorFresno State Athletics

    [email protected]

    Drew st. aubinAssistant Director, Aztec Club

    San Diego State Athletics619-594-5162

    [email protected]

    suzy masonSenior Associate Director of Athletics for Event Management, Facilities & Operations

    University of Arizona Athletics520-621-6484

    [email protected]

  • daVid [email protected] | 858-361-9237 | 3144 carnegie ct. | san diego ca, 92122

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    As the Graphic Designer and the Fan Marketing Coordinator for the External Relations department at Fresno State, I had the pleasure to have David Roost as a teammate. I consider David to be a hardworking, creative and driven co-worker, and one who was a pleasure to have in the office each day. During the time that he worked at Fresno State and the entire time I have known him, I have concluded that he is more than capable of exceeding in his chosen profession and has tremendous growth potential. I would like to recommend David as a candidate for the assistant director position with the University of San Diego. David was a dedicated member of his given team and committed countless hours of time to promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics through both of his positions. He not only worked with members of this unit to create superior fan experiences at our events, but also developed and implemented policy and procedures to bring new ideas to the fans, alumni and students. Davids leadership and organizational skills were invaluable to our game day activities and long term marketing goals, some of which he developed from the ground up. In my opinion, David has an unwavering devotion to his work and exemplifies a strong work ethic, high academic success and tremendous character. He is a trustworthy individual and would be an excellent candidate for this position at University of San Diego. Sincerely,

    paul laDwiG SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/EXTERNAL RELATIONS

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  • suPPLeMentaL MateriaLs ....................................................................design

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    CITRUS ENERGY DRINKWITH OTHER NATURAL FLAVORS

    BOOST CAFFEINEB-VITAMINSORIGINAL

    16 FL OZ (1 PT) 473 mL

    Serving Size 8 fl oz (240 mL)Nutrition Facts

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

    Not a significant source of calories from fat,saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.

    Servings Per Container 2

    Amount Per 8 fl oz Per CanPer Serving %DV* %DV*Calories 110 220Total Fat 0g 0% 0g 0%Sodium 70mg 3% 140mg 6%Total Carbohydrate 29g 10% 58g 19% Sugars 29g 58gProtein 0g 0g

    Riboflavin 20% 40%Niacin 10% 20%Vitamin B6 10% 20%Vitamin B12 10% 20%Pantothenic Acid 10% 20%Phosphorus 2% 6%

    CARBONATED WATER, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, CITRIC ACID, ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE, NATURAL FLAVOR, GUARANA SEED EXTRACT, SODIUM BENZOATE (PRESERVES FRESHNESS), SODIUM HEXAMETAPHOSPHATE (TO PROTECT FLAVOR), CAFFEINE, GUM ARABIC, NIACINAMIDE (VITAMIN B3), ASCORBIC ACID (TO PROTECT FLAVOR), TAURINE, CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (TO PROTECT FLAVOR), PANAX GINSENG ROOT EXTRACT, RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B2), CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE (VITAMIN B5), BROMINATED VEGETABLE OIL, YELLOW 5, PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE (VITAMIN B6), CYANOCOBALAMIN (VITAMIN B12), BLUE 1.BOTTLED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OFPEPSICO, INC., PURCHASE, NY 10577.CAFFEINE CONTENT: 71mg/8 fl oz.;142mg/16 fl oz. AMPENERGY.COMPRODUCT QUESTIONS? 1-800-433-2652 INGREDIENTS PER CAN: GUARANAEXTRACT 295mg, TAURINE 14mg,GINSENG EXTRACT 12mg.NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN,PREGNANT WOMEN OR PEOPLESENSITIVE TO CAFFEINE.

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    Promotional copy boxDo Not Resize or Reposition the promotional copy box.Size: 2.2674 in W x 4.25 in H.Type: No smaller than 8pt., knock out type only.use legible typeface (no serifs, no condensed type).Convert to outlines.

    Background: Color in promo box is Opaque White.If needed, background color can be changed.

    NOTE: DO NOT remove, resize, or reposition Amp Energy logo.

    This limited edition AMP Energy drink promotional can design was launched in the summer of 2012 and was aimed to promote Fresno State football. David Roost took the lead on this artistic project, worked in collaboration with Coca-Cola designers to print and distribute these promotional cans.

    Final can design. (Real photo.)

    Computer generated can mock-up

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    Before

    after

    Collegiate athletics websites are often jam packed with ads, logos, photos, and copy, with little attention given to overall design. With the redesign of gobulldogs.com, care was taken to maximize every inch of screen space, create a clean look thats easy to read and as impactful as possible while feeling more like Fresno State than ever before.

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    Fresno state athleticswebsite reDesiGn

    To create a truly unique website feel, special at-tention went into every pixel of the gobulldogs.com website redesign. Detail of the background image shown to the left.

    Unique to Fresno State, fans instantly recognize the iconic and intimidating lights of Bulldog Stadium looming above.

    Taking pride in the fact that Yosemite is a close natural wonder, Fresno State is proud of its proximity to this beautiful national park.

    The hills and mountains form the bound-ary of the San Joaquin Valley, the most fertile agricultural land in the United States.

    Rows of crops represent the strong agri-cultural community that surrounds and unites the entire central valley of California.

    The phenomenon of Tule Fog, a thick fog that radiates from the ground-up and is unique to the San Joaquin valley.

    Pixel-Perfect Design. Overall PPI increased, every pixel was scrutinized, carefully thought out, color correct-ed, and realigned properly, to create an incredibly sharp, visually stunning, and easy-to-use user experience.

    Before

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    after

    after

  • suPPLeMentaL MateriaLs ...................................................PuBLiCations

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    Approximately 60,000 schedule cards were printed each year for Fresno State Athletics. The card was redesigned smaller to fit in a wallet more easily, while also integrating with the departments new consistient look. Changes

    to design lead to a more readable card, larger fonts, more information, and a smaller printing cost.

    FRESNO STATE

    FRESNO STATE

    Jr. Bulldogs is the official Kids Club of Fresno State Athletics

    designed just for kids! The club is open to boys and girls through the eighth grade. Members receive a

    t-shirt, credential, birthday card from

    TimeOut, newsletters, free tickets, clinics and more! The fun starts in August and runs through May! To join, log on to gobulldogs.com.

    Get your official Fresno State gear at the Bulldog Shop! Located on the corner of Cedar & BarstowOpen Monday Friday, 9 AM 6 PM and Saturday, 10 AM 6 PM. Shop online at gobulldogs.com or call 559-431-DOGS.

    presented by

    2-7/16

    Ultimate pre-game fan experience Great Family Entertainment

    Food vendors Dog Pound with TVs and video games

    Located in the RED LOTOpen four hours before game time

    Admission is FREE and open to the public

    Sponsored by KMJNow

    FALL 2010WE ARE

    THIS IS

    GROUP TICKETS Discounted Ticket Pricing Exclusive Entertainment Areas Group Name Recognition Tailgate Packages AvailableVisit www.gobulldogs.com to reserve your group tickets today!or call (559) 278-DOGS VOLLEYBALL TICKETSAdult Gen. Admission - $5Youth/Senior Citizen - $3Groups (10 or more) - $2Fresno State Students (with student ID) FreeFamily & Friends Flex Plan: $89

    WOMENS SOCCERFREE admission to all soccer home games

    2010 FOOTBALL

    SEPTEMBER 4 SAT CINCINNATI 7:00 PM 12 Sat @ Utah State 5:00 PM 25 Fri @ Mississippi TBA

    OCTOBER 2 SAT CAL POLY 7:00 PM Football Fiesta 9 SAT HAWAII* 7:00 PM Team Smile/Ag Day 16 SAT NEW MEXICO STATE* 7:00 PM Homecoming Tailgate of the Century 23 Sat @ San Jose State* 5:00 PM

    NOVEMBER 6 Sat @ Louisiana State* 1:00 PM 13 SAT NEVADA* 7:00 PM Youth Day/Band Day 19 Sat @ Boise State* 6:30 PM27 SAT IDAHO* 7:00 PM

    DECEMBER 3 Fri ILLINOIS 7:15 PM Toys 4 Tots

    Times Pacific, HOME GAMES IN BOLD; *WAC Opponent

    2010 VOLLEYBALLAUGUST 27-28 FRI-SAT FRESNO STATE CLASSIC 27 FRI UC RIVERSIDE 7 PM 28 SAT SANTA CLARA/OREGON 12/7 PMSEPTEMBER 2 Thu Air Force (@ Orem, UT) 6:00 PM 4 Sat @ Utah Valley 12:00 PM 8 Wed Fresno Pacific (Exhibition) 7:00 PM10-11 Fri-Sat @ Hilton Garden Inn Classic (Berkeley, CA) 10 Fri Seton Hall 4:30 PM 11 Sat UC Davis/California 12/7 PM17-18 FRI-SAT FRESNO STATE INVITATIONAL 17 FRI USC 7:00 PM 18 SAT SAC STATE/CSU BAKERSFIELD 12/7 PM 24 FRI IDAHO* 5:00 PM 25 SAT BOISE STATE* 7:00 PM 30 Thu @ Utah State* 6:00 PMOCTOBER 2 Sat @ Nevada* 6:00 PM 7 THU LOUISIANA TECH* 7:00 PM 9 SAT NEW MEXICO STATE* 1:00 PM 10 SAT IDAHO* 7:00 PM 17 Sun @ Hawaii* 8:00 PM 20 Thu @ Cal State Bakersfield 6:00 PM 23 Sat @ San Jose State* 1:00 PM 25 Mon @ Boise State* 6:00 PM 28 THU NEVADA* 7:00 PM 30 SAT UTAH STATE* 7:00 PMNOVEMBER 4 Thu @ New Mexico State* 6:00 PM 6 Sat @ Louisiana Tech* 11:00 AM 11 THU HAWAII* 7:00 PM 15 Mon @ Idaho* 7:00 PM 18 Thu SAN JOSE STATE* 6:00 PM 22-24 Mon-Wed WAC Tournament- Las Vegas, NV TBATimes Pacific, HOME GAMES IN BOLD; *WAC Opponent

    2010 SOCCERAUGUST 10 TUES RED/WHITE SCRIMMAGE 5:00 PM 13 Fri @ Cal (Exhibition) 1:00 PM 20 Fri @ Pepperdine 3:00 PM 23 MON LONG BEACH STATE 7:00 PM27-29 Fri-Sun @ UTEP Minor Classic (El Paso, TX) 27 Fri University of Texas El Paso 4:00 PM 29 Sun Texas State @ UTEP 7:00 AM

    SEPTEMBER 3 Fri @ Florida International University 4:00 PM 5 Sun @ Florida Atlantic University 11:00 AM 12 SUN UC DAVIS 12:00 PM 17 FRI UC IRVINE 7:00 PM 19 Sun @ Sacramento State 3:30 PM 24 FRI UC SANTA BARBARA 7:00 PM 30 THU SAN JOSE STATE* 7:00 PM

    OCTOBER 7 Thurs @ Cal State Bakersfield 7:00 PM 10 SUN HAWAII* 1:00 PM 15 Fri @ New Mexico State* 2:00 PM 17 Sun @ Louisiana Tech* 10:00 PM 22 FRI UTAH STATE* 7:00 PM 24 SUN NEVADA* 1:00 PM 29 Fri @ Boise State* 3:00 PM 31 Sun @ Idaho* 12:00 PM

    NOVEMBER 4-7 Thu-Sun WAC Tournament- Ruston, LA TBATimes Pacific, HOME GAMES IN BOLD; *WAC Opponent

    FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETSRed Seats - $707.50Premium Seats - $455/$505BDF Seats - $377.50Public - $175/$155Faculty/Staff - $140Young Alumni - $114Family Plan - $380Fresno State Student - $75

    FOOTBALL SINGLE GAMEGame vs. Cal Poly, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico State, & IdahoRed Seats - $60Premium Seats - $50BDF Seats - $35Public Seats- $25Endzone - $18Students- $15Game vs. IllinoisRed Seats - $70Premium Seats - $60BDF Seats - $45Public Seats - $35Endzone - $20Students - $15Game vs. CincinnatiRed Seats - $75Premium Seats - $65BDF Seats - $50Public Seats - $40Endzone - $30Student/Guest - $15

    TICKET OFFICE HOURSGAME DAYS: 10 am Halftime

    NON-GAME DAYS: Monday-Friday 9 am 4:30 pm

    PUBLIC SEATS

    Visiting BenchHom

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    Front PanelBack Panel

    JR. BULLDOGS IS THE OFFICIAL KIDS CLUB OF FRESNO STATE

    ATHLETICS DESIGNED JUST FOR KIDS! THE

    CLUB IS OPEN TO BOYS AND GIRLS

    EIGHTH GRADE AND YOUNGER. MEMBERS

    RECEIVE A T-SHIRT, WRIST BAND, BIRTHDAY

    SHOUTOUT ON OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE, MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS,

    FREE TICKETS, CLINICS ANDMORE! THE FUN STARTS IN AUGUST

    SO DONT MISS OUT! TO JOIN, LOG ON TO GOBULLDOGS.COM.

    Sponsored by:

    GET YOUR OFFICIAL FRESNO STATE GEAR

    AT THE BULLDOG SHOP!LOCATED ON THE CORNER

    OF CEDAR & BARSTOWOPEN MONDAY FRIDAY, 9 AM 6 PM

    AND SATURDAY, 10 AM 6 PM

    GEAR UP.

    SHOP ONLINE ATGOBULLDOGS.COM

    OR CALL: 559-431-DOGS (3647)

    presented bypresented by

    ULTIMATE PRE-GAME FAN EXPERIENCE GREAT FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

    FOOD VENDORS DOG POUND WITH TVS AND VIDEO GAMES

    LOCATED IN THE RED LOT OPEN FOUR HOURS BEFORE GAME TIME

    ADMISSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    Fall 2012 Schedule Card.indd 1 7/13/2012 8:34:18 AM

    @STANFORD (EX.) ............ AUG. 10 .. FRI. ....... 7 [email protected] DAVIS ....................... AUG. 17 .. FRI. ....... 5 [email protected] FRANCISCO .......... AUG. 19 .. SUN. ..... 1 PMUCLA ................................. AUG. 24 .. FRI. ....... 7 [email protected] NORTHRIDGE ......... AUG. 26 .. SUN. ..... 1 [email protected] (UW TOURN.) ..... AUG. 31 .. FRI. .. 4:30 [email protected] (UW TOURN.) ....SEP. 2 ... SUN.. 1:30 PMUC RIVERSIDE ................... SEP 7 .... FRI. ....... 7 [email protected] SEP. 14 .. FRI. ....... 6 [email protected] STATE ........ SEP. 16 .. SUN. ... 10 AMCSU BAKERSFIELD ........... SEP. 21 .. FRI. ....... 7 PMCAL POLY .......................... SEP. 23 .. SUN. ..... 1 [email protected] CLARA ............... SEP. 27 .. THU. ...... 7 PMAIR FORCE* ...................... SEP. 30 .. SUN. ..... 1 [email protected]* .................... OCT. 6 .... SAT. .... 12 PMNEW MEXICO* .................. OCT. 12 .. FRI. ....... 7 PMSAN DIEGO STATE* ........... OCT. 14 .. SUN. ..... 1 [email protected] STATE* ................ OCT. 19 .. FRI. ....... 3 [email protected]* ....................... OCT. 21 .. SUN. ..... 1 PMUNLV*................................ OCT. 27 .. SAT. ...... 7 PM

    MOUNTAIN WEST TOURNAMENTAT SDSU WED, OCT. 31 SUN, NOV. 4

    GAME TIMES TBD - VISIT WWW.THEMWC.COM FOR MORE TOURNAMENT INFO.

    WEBER STATE ................. SEP. 1..... SAT .........7 PM

    @OREGON ....................... SEP. 8..... SAT. ...3:30 PM

    COLORADO ..................... SEP. 15... SAT .........5 PM

    AG NIGHT

    @TULSA .......................... SEP. 22... SAT .........5 PM

    SAN DIEGO STATE* ......... SEP. 29... SAT .........7 PM

    HOMECOMING

    @COLORADO STATE* .....OCT. 6..... SAT .........4 PM

    @BOISE STATE* ..............OCT. 13... SAT ..12:30 PM

    WYOMING* .....................OCT. 20... SAT .........7 PM

    FOOTBALL FIESTA

    @NEW MEXICO* .............OCT. 27... SAT ..12:30 PM

    HAWAI'I* .........................NOV. 3..... SAT .........4 PM

    BAND DAY/YOUTH DAY

    @NEVADA* .....................NOV. 10... SAT ....7:30 PM

    AIR FORCE* ....................NOV. 24... SAT ..12:30 PM

    MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY

    ALUMNI MATCH (EX.) ..............AUG. 18 ............SAT. ..... 7 [email protected] PASO SPORTS COMM. INVITE ..AUG. 24-25 .......FRI.-SAT. [email protected] HOTELS COLO. TOURN. ..AUG. 31-SEP. 1 ..FRI.-SAT. .....FRESNO STATE CLASSIC .........SEP. 7-8 ...........FRI.-SAT. ..... SAC. STATE .........................SEP. 7 ..............FRI. ..... 7 PM UC DAVIS ............................SEP. 8 ..............SAT. ... 12 PM UTAH VALLEY ......................SEP. 8 ..............SAT. ..... 7 [email protected] OF SAN DIEGO INVITE. .SEP. 14-15 .......FRI.-SAT. [email protected] STATE* .......................SEP. 20 ............THU. .... 6 [email protected] FORCE* ..........................SEP. 22 ............SAT. ..... 6 PMFRESNO PACIFIC......................SEP. 25 ............TUE. .... 7 PMNEW MEXICO* .........................SEP. 27 ............THU. .... 7 [email protected] DIEGO STATE* ...............OCT. 4 ..............THU. .... 7 [email protected]* ..............................OCT. 6 ..............SAT. ... 12 PMCOLORADO STATE* ..................OCT. 11 ............THU. .... 7 PMWYOMING* ..............................OCT. 13 ............SAT. ..... 7 PMCSU BAKERSFIELD ..................OCT. 18 ............THU. .... 7 PMUNLV*.......................................OCT. 19 ............FRI. ..... 7 [email protected] BAKERSFIELD ...............OCT. 25 ............THU. .... 7 [email protected] MEXICO* ......................OCT. 27 ............SAT. ..... 6 PMNEVADA*..................................NOV. 1 ..............THU. .... 7 PMSAN DIEGO STATE* ..................NOV. 3 ..............SAT. [email protected]* ...........................NOV. 8 ..............THU. .... 6 [email protected] STATE* ..............NOV. 10 ............SAT. ... 12 PMUC IRVINE ................................NOV. 13 ............TUE. .... 7 [email protected]* ...................................NOV. 16 ............FRI. ..... 7 PMAIR FORCE * ............................NOV. 21 ............WED. ... 7 PMBOISE STATE* ..........................NOV. 23 ............FRI. ..... 7 PM

    ALL TIMES PACIFIC. HOME GAMES IN RED. *MOUNTAIN WEST OPPONENT.

    ALL DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

    ALL TIMES PACIFIC. HOME GAMES IN RED. *MOUNTAIN WEST OPPONENT.

    ALL DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

    ALL TIMES PACIFIC. HOME GAMES IN RED. *MOUNTAIN WEST OPPONENT.

    ALL DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

    TICKET INFORMATION BULLDOG TICKET OFFICE FOOTBALL VOLLEYBALLBULLDOG STADIUM SOCCER

    GROUP TICKETS Discounted Ticket Pricing Exclusive Entertainment Areas

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    To reserve group tickets today call (559) 278-1046.For BDF seating information call (559) 278-7160.

    FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETSRed Seats .............................................$230 + DonationPremium Seats .....................................$160 + DonationBDF Seats ............................................$160 + DonationPublic ...................................................................... $140Faculty and Staff ...................................................... $99Young Alumni............................................................ $99Family Plan ...................................................... $120/$40Fresno State Student ............................................... $60

    FOOTBALL SINGLE GAME TICKETSWEBER ST., COLO., SDSU, WYO.Red Seats .................... $77Premium Seats ............ $62BDF Seats ................... $42Public ........................... $32Endzone....................... $27Fresno State Student .. $15

    VOLLEYBALL TICKETSAdult Gen. Admission ............................................$6Youth/Senior Citizen ..............................................$4Groups (10 or more) ..............................................$3Fresno State Students (with student ID).............FreeFamily & Friends Flex Plan .......................................$89 WOMENS SOCCERFREE admission to all soccer home games.

    HAWAI'I, AIR FORCERed Seats ................... $77Premium Seats ........... $52BDF Seats .................. $37Public .......................... $27Endzone...................... $20Fresno State Student .... $15

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    The bar was raised and a new standard was set! Fresno State was a pioneer in the world of collegiate media guides by being the first school to switch from printed media guides to online virtual publications, this not only saved tens of thousands of dollars in printing costs, and is a more eco-friendly option, but by publishing them online the publications now had the option to become interactive publications, full of color and beautiful content acces-sible from anywhere in the world on any device. As publications coordinator, David Roost was responsible for the design, creation, and management of 16 large-scale virtual media guides per year. Over 1,100 pages of content was published each year. A complete design overhaul included new changes to increase consistency, maximize internal workflow efficiency, abide by all NCAA bylaws, and create the most visually striking publications in all of college athletics. In addition, the Fresno State virtual media guides are unparalleled in their commitment to gender equity and title XI across all sports with an equal attention given to mens and womens sports.

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    Pat HillPat Hill Head Coach 14th SeasonUnder Hill, the program has received national attention and is recognized as a premier program. He is recognized as an elite coach, having been selected to coach in college all-star games twice in the last five years. The success stories are many, but whats most impressive is the consistent and unwavering commitment to the principles he

    established over a decade ago. The Dogs continue to play a rigorous non-conference schedule, play a tough hard nosed brand of football on the field, recruit Valley high school players, and set an Academic Gameplan that sees student-athletes through to graduation.Hills program has grown accustomed of being in the national spotlight. Never was it brighter than in 2001, when Hill guided the program to unprecedented heights - 11 wins, a bowl invitation, a top 10 ranking, wins over Wisconsin, Colorado and Oregon State, another record-setting attendance mark and a Sports Illustrated cover story. With nearly 70 national television appearances this decade, college football fans from around the country know about the Bulldog program.Despite these lofty achievements, Hill is still adamant this is just an indication of greater things to come. His motto of Building a New Tradition on a National Level is stronger now than ever, especially after winning 15 games against BCS teams since 2000 - the highest of any non-BCS teams in the country. Among those victories are four recent bowl wins against Georgia Tech (twice), UCLA and No. 18 Virginia. Hill has also taken the Bulldogs to new heights in the Western Athletic Conference. His overall league record of 73-30 is one of the best in the WAC as he is the dean of WAC football coaches. The 58-year-old Hill was the Bulldogs recruiting coordinator from 1984-89, a six-year period in which Fresno State was 53-16-1, averaged nearly nine wins per season, captured three league titles and won three bowl games. During that six-year stint as the recruiting coordinator and line coach under former head coach Jim Sweeney, Hill contributed at a championship level. In addition to the conference crowns and bowl victories, the Bulldogs saw 14 players drafted by NFL teams, including the likes of J.D. Williams, Ron Cox, Michael Stewart and Aaron Craver. Fresno States 1985 team was the only unbeaten Division I-A squad in the country, finishing the season 16th in the polls. Hills offensive line also provided the pass protection and run blocking for an offensive unit that averaged 32 points per game over those six seasons, including a nation-leading 41 points per game in 85. Success continued for Hill when he moved on to the University of Arizona as Dick Tomeys offensive coordinator and offensive

    line coach in 1990 and 91. In just his first season, the Wildcats went 7-5 and played in the Aloha Bowl. Both seasons, the Cats finished in the top five of the Pac-10 in rushing offense, averaging nearly 200 yards per game on the ground. Four players earned

    first-team All-Pac-10 honors in his two seasons, and offensive lineman John Fina was a first round NFL draft choice.

    When he left Arizona, he did so to realize another career goal -- coaching in the National Football League. Hill joined the Cleveland Browns in 1992 and spent five seasons in the organization, coaching tight ends and offensive line in addition to working in the personnel department evaluating players. While there, he formed a life-lasting friendship with Bill Belichick, whom Hill credits for teaching him with a structure that has proven successful.

    With great vision, an unparalleled Work ethic, and passion for the valley, pat hills stamp on the fresno state football program is undeniable. after 13 years, the bulldog program is nationally recognized for its success in all areas: Wins and boWl games appearances, academic achievement, and character of the young men Whove come through the program.

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    Hill would have been happy to remain in the NFL had the Fresno State job not opened a possibility for him. Hill began his coaching career as offensive line coach at Los Angeles Valley College from 1974-76, helping the Monarchs to a state junior college championship in 1975. He then served as offensive line coach at Utah from 1977-80 under Wayne Howard; was offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at UNLV from 1981-82 under Tony Knapp; and was offensive coordinator with the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL in 1983 under Jack Gotta. The list of players recruited and signed by Hill at the collegiate level is impressive. Under his leadership, such greats as David Carr, Ryan Mathews, Richard Marshall, Logan Mankins, James Sanders, Alan Harper, Rodney Wright, Randall Cunningham, Tracy Rogers, Ron Cox, Aaron Craver, Marquez Pope, Lorenzo Neal, Jethro Franklin, Tony Brown, J.D. Williams, Mike Withycombe, Michael Stewart, John Fina and Tedy Bruschi all were inked to letters of intent. A 1973 graduate of UC Riverside, Hill was a three-time all-conference center, earning All-America honors as a senior. He was inducted into the UC Riverside Hall of Fame in 1989. It was at UC Riverside where he crossed paths with Ron McBride, then a UCR assistant and formerly the Utah head coach, who helped steer Hill into a football coaching career. Hill is been retained by Fresno State through the 2013 season.Hill and his wife, Cathy, have three children. Their eldest, Michael, is a recent graduate of Fresno State. Zak is a sophomore safety on the Bulldog squad and Matt, who played at Cal Poly until a career-ending injury, is a college student in southern California. Hill was born Dec. 17, 1951, in Los Angeles.

    Hill among WaCs FinestAs Pat Hill enters his 13th season at Fresno State, heres a look at whats hes accomplished and how it compares to other WAC coaching legends.

    most Wins 1. LaVell Edwards, BYU (1972-98) 243 2. Frank Kush, Arizona State (1962-77) 133 3. Fisher DeBerry, Air Force (1984-98) 120 4. Pat Hill, Fresno State (1997-p) 100

    most boWl games 1. LaVell Edwards, BYU (1972-98) 21 2. Pat Hill, Fresno State (1997-p) 10 3. Fisher DeBerry, Air Force (1984-98) 10 4. Frank Kush, Arizona State (1962-77) 6

    aCademiC suCCessHill kept his promise when he was hired to shore up the teams academic woes. One of the first projects he brought to the table is well underway with positive results coming in droves. Academic Gameplan, the brainchild of John Baxter, Hills associate head coach, was touted early in the building stages in the program, not as a quick fix-all to placate university professors, but instead to make sure academics are first priority. He has accomplished much in a short time. The team GPA has risen from a 2.21 to a 2.87. He produced the first Academic All-American in the programs history in 1999, senior cornerback Payton Williams. In 13 years, the program has produced 141 Academic All-WAC selections, most in the conference during that time. Prior to Hills arrival, Fresno State had produced a total of nine Academic All-WAC selections. In four of the last five years, Fresno State has led the WAC in Academic All-WAC selections, producing an all-time high of 18 in 2009. NCAA APR of 946 ranked fourth-best among Division 1A public schools in the west, A total of 141Academic All-WAC Selections (most in the WAC) Fresno State has produced 122 Academic All-WAC selections this decade, the only school in league history with more than 100 in any decade. Three Academic All-Americans: Andrew Jackson, first team in 2009; Robert Malone, second team in 2009; Payton Williams, second team in 1999. They are the only players in school history ever honored.

    Vernon Fox (2001) and Moses Harris (2009) received a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame postgraduate scholarship Awards, giving Fresno State more award winners this decade that the four Pac-10 California schools (Cal, Stanford, UCLA, USC) have combined Lineman Kevin Cooper was selected the 2006 Presidents Medal Winner as the top graduating senior at Fresno State. Kicker Clint Stitser was selected the 2007 Deans Medal Winner from the Craig School of Business as the top graduating senior, was a semifinalist for the Draddy Award (Academic Heisman) and a finalist for the Wuerffel Trophy, which honors athletic, academic and community service.

    anybody, anytime, anyWHereHills accomplishments are remarkable, considering the rigorous non-conference schedule Fresno State has played since his arrival. In the last eight years, Fresno State has played 38 bowl opponents, including 18 the past three seasons. Of the teams 28 losses since 2002, 24 were to teams which played in a bowl game or were nationally ranked. But more important are the victories. Since 2000, the Bulldogs have defeated 14 BCS Conference opponents - California in 2000 and Colorado, Wisconsin and Oregon State (2001 and 2003), Georgia Tech (2002 and 2007), UCLA (2003 and 2008), Washington, Kansas State and Virginia in 2004, Kansas State and Rutgers in 2008 and Illinois this sason. In the case of the Buffaloes, Huskies, Wildcats and Badgers, Fresno State defeated them on the road. As for the victories over the Yellow Jackets, Bruins and Cavaliers, those wins came in bowl games. Fresno States 15 wins over BCS schools in the last seven years ranks is tied with Utah for most of any non-BCS school. The Bulldogs are also the only non-BCS school to own three consecutive bowl victories over BCS schools. We could win a lot of games if we schedule ourselves that way, Hill says. Our program has to play the best and beat the best to be considered the best. Thats how we are building our entire program, to reach that level of respect and success.

    building and groWingHill talks of adding seats to Bulldog Stadium and continuing to take on the toughest non-conference teams in the nation. By looking at what he has accomplished in this decade, one has to believe he can achieve anything. Under Hills guidance, the Duncan Building training room has been tripled in size with additional taping stations, rehabilitation pools and a private doctors office. Also constructed were two lighted practice fields and an adjacent weight room, which provides the Bulldogs with a facility that rivals any NFL training facility. A tireless worker, Hill has been a productive fundraiser. He has spearheaded capital projects on campus, including the new Ricchiutti Academic Center, which benefits all student-athletes at Fresno State, and the Duncan Building expansion, which includes a new football locker room, coaching offices, team meeting rooms and an auditorium style theater. Hill has championed the Green V Society, a new fundraising level in the Bulldog Foundation designed to generate funds for the athletics department.

    taking it to anotHer levelWhen Hill was hired, he promised to win games and championships. He has done that. After taking over a program that hadnt won more than five games the three previous seasons, Hill won six games his first season and won a share of the WAC Championship and received a berth in the EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl in year three. He has done this while playing some of the top programs in the nation. With perennial bowl teams UCLA, Colorado, Wisconsin, No. 1 Oklahoma, Tennessee, Ohio State, No. 1 USC, No. 3 LSU, Kansas State, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Colorado State, the Bulldogs have played as tough a schedule as anyone. Fresno State has played the most BCS opponents of any non-BCS school since the 2001. Set a school record with seven consecutive bowl appearances, including victories over Georgia Tech, UCLA and Virginia. A No. 8 national ranking in 2001, the highest ever by a Fresno State team and at the time, the highest by a non-BCS school. A year-end national ranking of No. 22 in 2004, the first time Fresno State ended the season in the national polls since 1993 School-record 11 wins in 2001 15 wins over BCS schools since 2001, second-most of any non-BCS school

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    TIM DeRUYTER Tim DeRuyter was named the 17th head

    coach in Fresno State football history on Dec. 14, 2011.

    DeRuyter comes to Fresno State with 22 years of experience, 16 of which have been spent as a de-fensive coordinator. He takes over the program after serving the past two seasons as the assistant head coach/defensive coordinator at Texas A&M. There, he also served as the interim head coach for the Ag-gies in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas against Northwestern on Dec. 31, leading A&M to a 33-22 victory.

    DeRuyter hails from a pair of Hall of Fame coaches, as he was mentored by Fisher DeBerry at Air Force and by Chris Ault at Nevada. DeRuyter was a 2010 nominee for the Broyles Award that honors the na-tions top assistant coach, when he was working un-der former Green Bay Packers coach Mike Sherman.

    In DeRuyters two seasons with Texas A&M, he did what he has consistently accomplished through-out his career - developing defensive units that are among the best in the nation.

    DeRuyter made an immediate impact during his first season in Aggieland as the 2010 squad improved fifty spots in the national rankings for total defense, rising to No. 55 in the country as the resurrected Wrecking Crew helped lead A&M to the Cotton Bowl.

    Highlighting a long list of players who ex-celled under DeRuyters scheme was Von Miller, who in addition to earning All-American honors was awarded the 2010 Butkus Award, given annual-ly to the nations most outstanding linebacker. Miller went on to become the second overall pick of the Denver Broncos in the 2011 NFL draft.

    In 2011, Texas A&M led the nation with 51 sacks and the Aggies were second in the Big 12 by only allowing 106.0 rushing yards per game.

    Before coaching the Aggie defense, DeRuyter spent three years as the defensive coordinator and safeties coach at his alma mater, Air Force. He also held the title of associate coach in 2008 and 2009.

    His last year at Air Force saw the Falcons sport one of the top defenses in the country. Air Force ranked 11th in the NCAA in total defense in 2009, allowing just 288.3 yards per game. The secondary, under his watch, ranked fifth in the country by giv-ing up just 154.3 passing yards per game and its 20 interceptions were the seventh-most in the FBS. For the season, Air Force created 34 turnovers to rank No. 5 nationally and the Falcon defense also ranked high nationally in fewest first downs allowed (No. 4 at 14.62 per game), scoring defense (No. 10 at 15.69 points per game) and third-down efficiency (No. 13 at 30.86 percent).

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    1999-2001: navy(DeF. coorDinator 1999-00; seconDary 2001)

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    PLAYING EXPERIENCE....................................................Has coached in 12 Bowl Games, including leading Texas A&M to a 33-22 victory over Northwestern in the 2011 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas.

    Coached under Hall of Fame Coaches Fisher DeBerry (Air Force) and Chris Ault (Nevada).

    2011 Texas A&M defense led the nation in sacks (51).

    2010 nominee for the Broyles Award for the nations top assistant coach.

    Coached Von Miller, the 2010 winner of the Butkus Award as the nations top linebacker. Miller was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

    2010 Aggie defense only allowed 21.9 ppg after it ranked No. 105 in the FBS by allowing 33.5 ppg the year before he took over.

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    His transformation of the Falcon defense was evident in the fact that the year before he took over, Air Force ranked

    70th nationally in turnovers gained, 78th in both total and scoring defense and dead last in third-down defense.

    From 2005-06, DeRuyter was the co-defensive coordinator at Nevada while also holding the coaching responsibilities for the safeties and pass defense. At Nevada, the Wolf Pack defense was ranked 79th the year before he took over, but after his final season (2006), the defense was ranked 48th in the NCAA.

    DeRuyter served two different stints as the defensive coordi-nator/secondary coach at Ohio, first from 1995-98 and then again from 2002-04. Sandwiched in between is a three-year stop at Navy coaching its secondary.

    Ohio had dropped off into a defense that ranked 99th in the country in 2001 without him, but by DeRuyters final season with the Bobcats (2004), Ohios defense was ranked 22nd in the nation in total defense.

    The 48-year old coach got his start in the business in 1991, where he served as the JV coach and varsity assistant at Air Force.

    DeRuyter has coached in 12 bowl games in his career, including one in each of the past six seasons, and as an outside linebacker at Air Force in the early `80s, he led the Falcons to three-straight bowl victories.

    A native of Long Beach, Calif., De-Ruyter was born on Jan. 3, 1963 and graduated from St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower, Calif.) in 1981. He holds a bachelors degree in management from Air Force (1985) and a MBA in market strategy from Regis University (1992).

    Upon his graduation from the Air Force Academy, he served seven-and-a-half years of active duty in the Air Force.

    DeRuyter and his wife, Kara, have a son, Jake, a freshman at the Air Force Academy, and a daugh-ter, Christina, who is a junior in high school.

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    ulldog womens Basketball2009-10 Fresno state Womens BasketBall rosternumerical No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. HometowN Previous scHool 1 Taja Edwards F 5-11 Sr.. Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly 2 Hayley Munro G/F 6-1 Sr. Montmorency, Victoria, Australia Viewbank College 3 Alex Furr G 5-5 Fr. Athens, Texas Athens HS 4 Jaleesa Ross G 5-8 Sr. Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley HS 5 Bree Farley G 5-10 Fr. South Kadia, South Australia Lake Ginninderra 10 Marnique Arnold G/F 5-9 Sr. Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley HS 11 Emma Andrews G 5-5 Sr. Berwick, Victoria, Australia St. Margarets School 12 Ali Drennan F 5-9 So. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Caulfield Grammar School 21 Jeanna Furst C 6-3 So. Phoenix, Ariz Xavier Preparatory High School 22 Jalei Kinder G 5-7 Fr. Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale HS 23 KiKi Moore G 5-8 So. San Francisco, Calif. Washington State 24 Blakely Goldberg G/F 5-10 Jr. Fresno, Calif. Fresno City 25 Rosie Moult G/F 6-0 So. Olinda, Victoria, Australia Vermont Secondary 33 Taylor Thompson G 5-5 R-Fr. Cache, Okla. Cache High School 45 Veronica Wilson C 6-2 R-Jr. Pickerington, Ohio Boston College alPhaBetical No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. HometowN Previous scHool 11 Emma Andrews G 5-5 SR Berwick, Victoria, Australia St. Margarets School 10 Marnique Arnold G/F 5-9 SR Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley 12 Ali Drennan F 5-9 SO Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Caulfield Grammar 1 Taja Edwards F 5-11 SR Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly 5 Bree Farley G 5-10 FR Kadina, South Australia Lake Ginniderra College 3 Alex Furr G 5-8 FR Athens, Texas Athens 21 Jeanna Furst C 6-3 SO Phoenix, Ariz. Xavier Preparatory High School 24 Blakely Goldberg G/F 5-10 JR Fresno, Calif. Fresno City 22 Jalei Kinder G 5-7 FR Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale 23 Ki-Ki Moore G 5-8 SO San Francisco, Calif. Washington State 25 Rosie Moult G/F 6-1 SO Olinda, Victoria, Australia Vermont Secondary College 2 Hayley Munro G/F 6-1 SR Montmorency, Victoria, Aus. Lake Ginniderra College 4 Jaleesa Ross G 5-8 SR Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley 33 Taylor Thompson G 5-5 RS FR Cache, Okla. Cache 45 Veronica Wilson C 6-3 JR Pickerington, Ohio Boston College

    Head coacH: Adrian Wiggins (Cameron, 1995) - 6th year as head coach, 9th overall

    associate Head coacH: Brett Frank (Southeastern Oklahoma State, 95) - 1st year as Assoc. Head Coach 8th year overall

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    2010-20112009-10 Fresno state Womens BasketBall rosternumerical No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. HometowN Previous scHool 1 Taja Edwards F 5-11 Sr.. Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly 2 Hayley Munro G/F 6-1 Sr. Montmorency, Victoria, Australia Viewbank College 3 Alex Furr G 5-5 Fr. Athens, Texas Athens HS 4 Jaleesa Ross G 5-8 Sr. Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley HS 5 Bree Farley G 5-10 Fr. South Kadia, South Australia Lake Ginninderra 10 Marnique Arnold G/F 5-9 Sr. Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley HS 11 Emma Andrews G 5-5 Sr. Berwick, Victoria, Australia St. Margarets School 12 Ali Drennan F 5-9 So. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Caulfield Grammar School 21 Jeanna Furst C 6-3 So. Phoenix, Ariz Xavier Preparatory High School 22 Jalei Kinder G 5-7 Fr. Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale HS 23 KiKi Moore G 5-8 So. San Francisco, Calif. Washington State 24 Blakely Goldberg G/F 5-10 Jr. Fresno, Calif. Fresno City 25 Rosie Moult G/F 6-0 So. Olinda, Victoria, Australia Vermont Secondary 33 Taylor Thompson G 5-5 R-Fr. Cache, Okla. Cache High School 45 Veronica Wilson C 6-2 R-Jr. Pickerington, Ohio Boston College alPhaBetical No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. HometowN Previous scHool 11 Emma Andrews G 5-5 SR Berwick, Victoria, Australia St. Margarets School 10 Marnique Arnold G/F 5-9 SR Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley 12 Ali Drennan F 5-9 SO Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Caulfield Grammar 1 Taja Edwards F 5-11 SR Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly 5 Bree Farley G 5-10 FR Kadina, South Australia Lake Ginniderra College 3 Alex Furr G 5-8 FR Athens, Texas Athens 21 Jeanna Furst C 6-3 SO Phoenix, Ariz. Xavier Preparatory High School 24 Blakely Goldberg G/F 5-10 JR Fresno, Calif. Fresno City 22 Jalei Kinder G 5-7 FR Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale 23 Ki-Ki Moore G 5-8 SO San Francisco, Calif. Washington State 25 Rosie Moult G/F 6-1 SO Olinda, Victoria, Australia Vermont Secondary College 2 Hayley Munro G/F 6-1 SR Montmorency, Victoria, Aus. Lake Ginniderra College 4 Jaleesa Ross G 5-8 SR Pinole, Calif. Pinole Valley 33 Taylor Thompson G 5-5 RS FR Cache, Okla. Cache 45 Veronica Wilson C 6-3 JR Pickerington, Ohio Boston College

    Head coacH: Adrian Wiggins (Cameron, 1995) - 6th year as head coach, 9th overall

    associate Head coacH: Brett Frank (Southeastern Oklahoma State, 95) - 1st year as Assoc. Head Coach 8th year overall

    assistaNt coacHes: Sadiaa Jones (Southeastern Oklahoma State, 99) - 4th year Amy Parrish (Fresno State, 06) - 3nd overall, 2nd as an assistant adrian Wiggins

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    plaYeR teaM (YeaRs plaYed)Adams, Mark; SS Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991Ajirotutu; WR San Diego Chargers, 2010 Alexander, Andre; FL Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1989-90 NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991-92Allen, Curtis; SS Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1985Anabo, Jon; QB Cleveland Browns, 1963Arellanes, Jim; QB Seattle Seahawks, 1997 San Francisco (XFL), 2001 Los Angeles Rams, 1993 Cleveland Browns, 1994Arnold, Jahine; WR Pittsburgh Steelers, 1996-98 Green Bay Packers, 1999

    Baker, Stephen; SE New York Giants, 1987-93 Los Angeles Rams, 1993 Cleveland Browns, 1994Banks, Devon; CB Chicago Bears, 2002Banister, Ross; HB Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1968Barrett, Jan; E Green Bay Packers, 1963 Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1963-64Barsotti, Mark; QB Miami Dolphins,1992 B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992 Bartlewski, Rich; TE Los Angeles Raiders, 1990 Atlanta Falcons, 1991 Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1992 Dallas Cowboys, 1992Bayne, Chris; DB Atlanta Falcons, 1997-98Belli, Barry; K Minnesota Vikings, 1988 New England Patriots, 1989 San Diego Chargers, 1990 NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991beRRian, beRnaRd, wR chicaGo beaRs, 2004-07 Minnesota vikinGs, 2008-10Bishop, Sonny; G San Diego Chargers (AFL), 1962 Dallas Cowboys, 1963 Houston Oilers, 1964-69Blacksill, John; C Los Angeles Express (USFL), 1983Boreham, Gary; WR San Diego Chargers, 1971Borjas, Phil; DB Portland Storm (WFL), 1973bRandstateR, toM; qb denveR bRoncos, 2009 indianapolis, colts, 2010Braxton, Emery; CB Cincinnati Bengals, 1992 B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992-93Brooks, Bobby; LB Oakland Raiders, 1999-01

    Brown, Doug; T Los Angeles Rams, 1962 Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1964Brown, Reggie; FB Seattle Seahawks, 1996-01Brown, Tony; CB Houston Oilers, 1992-94 Seattle Seahawks, 1994-96 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1997Burley, Nick; DE Tennessee Titans, 2003-04 St. Louis Rams, 2004Buckert, Jay; E Cleveland Browns, 1962Burgess, Bob; C Detroit Lions, 1942Burnett, Victor; DE St. Louis Cardinals, 1986 San Francisco 49ers, 1987-88Burton, James; CB Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 Chicago Bears, 1994-97

    Carr, David; QB Houston Texans, 2002-06 Carolina Panthers, 2007 New York Giants, 2008-09 San Francisco 49ers, 2010 Carr, Gary; WR Los Angeles Rams, 1982 Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Carter, Beau; QB Los Angeles Rams, 1964Carter, Ed; OT San Diego Chargers, 1983Collins, Ron; OT San Francisco 49ers, 1994 Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995 Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1996-97Conrad, Chris; OT Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998-99Cook, Terry; DE Tampa Bay Buccaneers,1990 Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991Cooper, Taylor; CB Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1991-92Cordle, Steve; DB Seattle Seahawks, 1982 Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1983Costello, Rocky; K Denver Broncos, 1984 San Diego Chargers, 1985 Washington Redskins, 1986Cotten, Glen; WR Los Angeles Rams, 1976 Denver Broncos, 1995-96 San Diego Chargers, 1997-98 New Orleans Saints, 1999-01 Green Bay Packers, 1996-97Cox, Ron; LB Chicago Bears, 1990-95, 98Craver, Aaron; RB Miami Dolphins, 1991-94 Denver Broncos, 1995-96 San Diego Chargers, 1997-98 New Orleans Saints, 1999-01Cross, Ron; FS Detroit Lions, 1985Crump, Dwayne; RB St. Louis Cardinals, 1973-76culveR, tYRone; s GReen baY packeRs, 2006 MiaMi dolphins, 2008-10Daigle, Anthony; TB Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1994-95 Cincinnati Bengals, 1996 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1977-78Darrow, Scott; K Los Angeles Raiders, 1983Day, Keith; WR St. Louis Cardinals, 1982Day, Monte; T Chicago Bears, 1964Deck, Lawrence; CB Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2001-04denMan, chRis; ot taMpa baY bucaneeRs, 2007-08 buFFalo bills, 2009Dilfer, Trent; QB Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1994-99 Baltimore Ravens, 2000 Seattle Seahawks, 2001-05 San Francisco 49ers, 2006-07Dittenbir, Eddie; FB New York Yankees (APFL), 1937Dugan, Chris; TE Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1993Dunn, David; WR Cincinnati Bengals ,1995-97 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998 Cleveland Browns, 1999

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    Edwards, Demetrius; DL Dallas Cowboys, 1995 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1995 Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1996Ellard, Henry; WR Los Angeles Rams, 1983-93 Washington Redskins, 1994-1998Erdman, Jack; DB Chicago Bears, 1970

    Fanucchi, Ledio; T Chicago Cardinals, 1954Figueroa, Fred; FB New Orleans Saints, 1968Fellows, Jackie; QB New York Giants, 1946Fernandez, Joe; WR Seattle Seahawks, 2007Fletcher, Lafayette; TB Kansas City Chiefs, 1984Floyd, Malcolm; WR Houston Oilers, 1994-97Fontenot, Therrian; CB Green Bay Packer, 2006 Cleveland Browns, 2007Foust, Mike; OT Cincinnati Bengals, 1990 Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991 San Francisco 49ers, 1992FoX, veRnon; ss san dieGo chaRGeRs, 2002-03 detRoit lions, 2004-06 washinGton Redskins, 2006-07 denveR bRoncos, 2008-09Freeman, Mike; DB Minnesota Vikings, 1968Franklin, Derrick; DB Atlanta Falcons, 1984Franklin, Jethro; DE Houston Oilers, 1988 Seattle Seahawks, 1989-90 Atlanta Falcons, 1969Frazier, Curtis; CB Cincinnati Bengals, 1968

    Gaines, Paris; RB Denver Broncos, 2002Gardenhire, Allen; WR Philadelphia Eagles, 1989Garner, Bob; RB Los Angeles Chargers, 1960 Oakland Raiders, 1961-63Garzoni, Mike; HB New York Giants, 1942Gass, A.J.; LB Edmonton Eskimos, 1998-02Gatrell, Rob; OG New England Patriots, 2000-02Gilson, Ray; DL Dallas Cowboys, 1976Glazebrook, Bob; DB Oakland Raiders, 1977-78 Atlanta Falcons, 1979-83Glover, Clyde; DT Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1984-86 San Francisco 49ers, 1987-89 Buffalo Bills, 1990Gooch, Keith; DB B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984-89Grayson, David; LB San Francisco 49ers,1987 Cleveland Browns, 1987-91 San Diego Chargers, 1992-94Greenwood, Sylvester; DE Los Angeles Rams, 1967Griffin, Coutney; DB Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991 Los Angeles Rams, 1992-94

    Hall, Cory; DB Cincinnati Bengals, 1999-02 Atlanta Falcons, 2003-04Hall, Kenny; OT Denver Broncos, 1994-95Handley, Dick; C Baltimore Colts, 1947Hannemann, Cliff; LB Los Angeles Rams, 1987 Cleveland Browns, 1987Hardwick, Jesse; OT San Diego Chargers, 1993 Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994Harper, Alan; DT New York Jets, 2002-04Harris, Carl Ray; DB Dallas Cowboys, 1971Harris, Lee; WR Cincinnati Bengals, 1994 Kansas City Chiefs, 1994Harris, Moses; SS St. Louis Rams, 2010 Hayes, Gary; CB Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1981-83 B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984 Green Bay Packers, 1984-86Henderson, Wyatt; WR Los Angeles Rams, 1980 San Diego Chargers, 1981

    Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1982-83 Jacksonville Bulls (USFL), 1984 Indianapolis Colts, 1985 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1986-92Hernandez, Gary; P Dallas Cowboys, 1977Hooks, Delmo; LB Oakland Raiders, 1981 Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Houston, Steve; OG Detroit Lions, 1982 Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Huff, Orlando; LB Seattle Seahawks , 2001-04 Arizona Cardinals, 2005-07Hunt, Erv; RB Green Bay Packers, 1970

    James, Jason; OL Miami Dolphins, 1995 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1996Jefferson, A.J.; CB Arizona Cardinals 2010 Jenkins, Damon; CB New York Jets, 2008JenninGs, adaM; wR atlanta Falcons, 2006-08 detRoit lions, 2008-09 new YoRk Giants, 2010 Jones, Charlie; WR San Diego Chargers, 1996-99Jones, Craig; TE San Antonio Riders (WLAF), 1991Jones, Dean; QB Oakland Raiders, 1978Jones, Frank; WR Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1992Jones, Howard; DE B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984 Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Jones, Myron; FB Los Angeles Raiders (304th pick), 1990Jones, Tommy; CB Dallas Cowboys, 1994 Ottawa RoughRiders, 1994 Amsterdam Admirals (WLAF), 1996-97

    Karraker, Rusty; P San Francisco 49ers, 1984Kelley, Jack; HB New York Giants, 1946Kimbrough, Jaime; RB San Francisco 49ers, 1999Knocke, Bill; HB Green Bay Packers, 1964Kobdish, Josh San Francisco 49ers, 1999Lane, Calvin; DB San Diego Chargers, 1976 B.C. Lions (CFL), 1977Lee, Steve; LB Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL), 1993leonaRd, louis; dt st. louis RaMs, 2007 cleveland bRowns, 2007-09 caRolina pantheRs, 2010Long, Jim; FB San Francisco 49ers, 1964Lovely, Ken; RB Dallas Cowboys, 1981

    Mancini, Mike; P San Francisco 49ers, 1986 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1987 Detroit Lions, 1987Masini, Mickey; RB San Francisco 49ers, 1947-48 Los Angeles Rams, 1948Mankins, loGan; oG new enGland patRiots, 2005-10 MaRshall, RichaRd; cb caRolina pantheRs, 2006-10 Mathis, Wendell; RB Minnesota Vikings, 2006Mathews, Ryan; RB San Diego Chargers, 2010 Mattox, Jack; T Denver Broncos, 1961-62MccauleY, MaRcus; cb Minnesota vikinGs, 2007-09 washinGton Redskins, 2010McCoy, Keith; CB Phoenix Cardinals (291st pick), 1988 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1989 Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1991McKnight, Matt; FS Houston Oilers, 1983McNeil, Len; OG Pittsburgh Steelers, 1964Means, Kelvin, WR New England Patriots, 1992 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1993-96Messer, Dale; HB San Francisco 49ers, 1961-65Michael, Rodney; OL Indianapolis Colts, 2003Miller, Lonyae; RB Dallas Cowboys, 2010 Mince, Mike; DB New York Giants, 1979Mitchell, Dennis; DB Dallas Cowboys, 1985Moffitt, Mike; TE Green Bay Packers, 1986-87 Indianapolis Colts, 1988

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    Adams, Mark; SS ...........Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991Ajirotutu, Seyi: WR ....... San Diego Chargers, 2010, 2011Alexander, Andre; FL Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1989-90......................................NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991-92Allen, Curtis; SS Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1985Anabo, Jon; QB ......................... Cleveland Browns, 1963Arellanes, Jim; QB ..................... Seattle Seahawks, 1997............................................... San Francisco (XFL), 2001................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1993.................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1994Arnold, Jahine; WR............. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1996-98................................................ Green Bay Packers, 1999Baker, Stephen; SE ................ New York Giants, 1987-93................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1993.................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1994Banks, Devon; CB .......................... Chicago Bears, 2002Banks, Cornell ............................Baltimore, Ravens 2011Banister, Ross; HB ....... Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1968Barrett, Jan; E ......................... Green Bay Packers, 1963...................................... Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1963-64Barsotti, Mark; QB......................... Miami Dolphins, 1992.....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992 Bartlewski, Rich; TE .............. Los Angeles Raiders, 1990...................................................... Atlanta Falcons, 1991...................................... Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1992..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 1992Bayne, Chris; DB ......................Atlanta Falcons, 1997-98Belli, Barry; K ............................Minnesota Vikings, 1988............................................ New England Patriots, 1989...............................................San Diego Chargers, 1990........................................... NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991Berrian, Bernard, WR ................ Chicago Bears, 2004-07....................................... Minnesota Vikings, 2008-10-11Bishop, Sonny; G ..........San Diego Chargers (AFL), 1962..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 1963..................................................Houston Oilers, 1964-69Blacksill, John; C ...... Los Angeles Express (USFL), 1983Boreham, Gary; WR................San Diego Chargers, 1971Borjas, Phil; DB ....................Portland Storm (WFL), 1973Brandstater, Tom; QB ..............Denver Broncos, 2009-10.................................................Miami Dolphins, 2010-11..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 2011Braxton, Emery; CB .................. Cincinnati Bengals, 1992............................................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992-93Brooks, Bobby; LB ................. Oakland Raiders, 1999-01Brown, Doug; T ........................ Los Angeles Rams, 1962........................................... Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1964Brown, Reggie; FB ............... Seattle Seahawks, 1996-01Brown, Tony; CB .......................Houston Oilers, 1992-94............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1994-96....................................... Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1997Burley, Nick; DE .................... Tennessee Titans, 2003-04.......................................................St. Louis Rams, 2004Buckert, Jay; E .......................... Cleveland Browns, 1962Burgess, Bob; C ................................ Detroit Lions, 1942Burnett, Victor; DE ...................St. Louis Cardinals, 1986......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1987-88Burton, James; CB ...................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994.................................................. Chicago Bears, 1994-97Carr, David; QB .......................Houston Texans, 2002-06.................................................. Carolina Panthers, 2007............................................... New York Giants, 2008-09.............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 2010.................................................... New York Giants, 2011Carr, Gary; WR ......................... Los Angeles Rams, 1982....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Carter, Beau; QB ...................... Los Angeles Rams, 1964

    playeR ......................... TeaM (yeaRs played)Carter, Chris; LB ....................... Pittsburgh Steelers 2011Carter, Ed; OT ........................San Diego Chargers, 1983Clutts, Tyler; DE......................... Cleveland Browns, 2011Colburn, Ryan; QB ................. New Orleans Saints, 2011Collins, Ron; OT .................... San Francisco 49ers, 1994..............................................Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995...................................Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1996-97Conrad, Chris; OT .............. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998-99Cook, Terry; DE ................. Tampa Bay Buccaneers,1990........................................Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991Cooper, Taylor; CB ..... Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1991-92Cordle, Steve; DB ...................... Seattle Seahawks, 1982..................................... Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1983Costello, Rocky; K ........................ Denver Broncos, 1984...............................................San Diego Chargers, 1985............................................ Washington Redskins, 1986Cotten, Glen; WR ..................... Los Angeles Rams, 1976................................................Denver Broncos, 1995-96..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1997-98.......................................... New Orleans Saints, 1999-01........................................... Green Bay Packers, 1996-97Cox, Ron; LB ....................... Chicago Bears, 1990-95, 98Craver, Aaron; RB .....................Miami Dolphins, 1991-94................................................Denver Broncos, 1995-96..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1997-98.......................................... New Orleans Saints, 1999-01Cross, Ron; FS .................................. Detroit Lions, 1985Crump, Dwayne; RB ........... St. Louis Cardinals, 1973-76Culver, Tyrone; S ..................... Green Bay Packers, 2006............................................Miami Dolphins, 2008-10-11Daigle, Anthony; TB..................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994........................................... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1994-95................................................. Cincinnati Bengals, 1996.................................. Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1977-78Darrow, Scott; K .................... Los Angeles Raiders, 1983Day, Keith; WR .........................St. Louis Cardinals, 1982Day, Monte; T ................................. Chicago Bears, 1964Deck, Lawrence; CB Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2001-04Denman, Chris; OT ...... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2007-08............................................................Buffalo Bills, 2009Dilfer, Trent; QB ........... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1994-99...................................................Baltimore Ravens, 2000............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 2001-05......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 2006-07Dittenbir, Eddie; FB ....... New York Yankees (APFL), 1937Dugan, Chris; TE Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1993Dunn, David; WR .................Cincinnati Bengals ,1995-97................................................ Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998.................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1999............................................... Oakland Raiders, 2000-01Dunn, Desia ................................Arizona Cardinals, 2011Edwards, Demetrius; DL ............... Dallas Cowboys, 1995.......................... Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1995.................................... Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1996Ellard, Henry; WR ................Los Angeles Rams, 1983-93................................... Washington Redskins, 1994-1998Erdman, Jack; DB .......................... Chicago Bears, 1970Fanucchi, Ledio; T .....................Chicago Cardinals, 1954Figueroa, Fred; FB .................. New Orleans Saints, 1968Fellows, Jackie; QB ..................... New York Giants, 1946Fernandez, Joe; WR .................. Seattle Seahawks, 2007Fletcher, Lafayette; TB .............Kansas City Chiefs, 1984Floyd, Malcolm; WR ..................Houston Oilers, 1994-97Fontenot, Therrian; CB .............. Green Bay Packer, 2006.................................................. Cleveland Browns, 2007Foust, Mike; OT ........................ Cincinnati Bengals, 1990........................................Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991

    playeR ......................... TeaM (yeaRs played).............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1992Fox, Vernon; SS ................San Diego Chargers, 2002-03..................................................... Detroit Lions, 2004-06....................................... Washington Redskins, 2006-07................................................Denver Broncos, 2008-09Freeman, Mike; DB ....................Minnesota Vikings, 1968Franklin, Derrick; DB ..................... Atlanta Falcons, 1984Franklin, Jethro; DE ........................Houston Oilers, 1988............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1989-90...................................................... Atlanta Falcons, 1969Frazier, Curtis; CB .................... Cincinnati Bengals, 1968Gaines, Paris; RB ......................... Denver Broncos, 2002Gardenhire, Allen; WR .............Philadelphia Eagles, 1989Garner, Bob; RB ..................Los Angeles Chargers, 1960............................................... Oakland Raiders, 1961-63Garzoni, Mike; HB ....................... New York Giants, 1942Gass, A.J.; LB ....................Edmonton Eskimos, 1998-02Gatrell, Rob; OG ............. New England Patriots, 2000-02Gilson, Ray; DL ............................ Dallas Cowboys, 1976Glazebrook, Bob; DB.............. Oakland Raiders, 1977-78.................................................Atlanta Falcons, 1979-83Glover, Clyde; DT ....... Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1984-86......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1987-89............................................................Buffalo Bills, 1990Gooch, Keith; DB ................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984-89Grayson, David; LB ................ San Francisco 49ers,1987.............................................Cleveland Browns, 1987-91..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1992-94Greenwood, Sylvester; DE ........ Los Angeles Rams, 1967Griffin, Coutney; DB .......Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991............................................Los Angeles Rams, 1992-94Hall, Cory; DB .....................Cincinnati Bengals, 1999-02.................................................Atlanta Falcons, 2003-04Hall, Kenny; OT .......................Denver Broncos, 1994-95Hamler, Jamel .............................. Denver Broncos, 2011Handley, Dick; C ............................ Baltimore Colts, 1947Hannemann, Cliff; LB ............... Los Angeles Rams, 1987.................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1987Hardwick, Jesse; OT ..............San Diego Chargers, 1993.......................................... Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994Harper, Alan; DT .........................New York Jets, 2002-04Harris, Carl Ray; DB ..................... Dallas Cowboys, 1971Harris, Lee; WR ........................ Cincinnati Bengals, 1994 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994Harris, Moses, SS ..........................St. Louis Rams, 2010Hayes, Gary; CB ....... Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1981-83.....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984........................................... Green Bay Packers, 1984-86Henderson, Wyatt; WR ............. Los Angeles Rams, 1980...............................................San Diego Chargers, 1981.................................. Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1982-83.......................................Jacksonville Bulls (USFL), 1984.................................................. Indianapolis Colts, 1985................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1986-92Hernandez, Gary; P ...................... Dallas Cowboys, 1977Hooks, Delmo; LB ....................... Oakland Raiders, 1981....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Houston, Steve; OG .......................... Detroit Lions, 1982....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Huff, Orlando; LB ................. Seattle Seahawks, 2001-04..............................................Arizona Cardinals, 2005-07Hunt, Erv; RB .......................... Green Bay Packers, 1970Jackson, Andrew; G ...................... Atlanta Falcons, 2011Jacobs, Ben; LB ......................... Cleveland Browns 2011James, Jason; OL ......................... Miami Dolphins, 1995..................................... Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1996Jefferson, A.J.; CB ................Arizona Cardinals, 2010-11

    playeR ......................... TeaM (yeaRs played)Jenkins, Damon; CB ........................New York Jets, 2008Jennings, Adam; WR ................Atlanta Falcons, 2006-08..................................................... Detroit Lions, 2008-10 Jones, Charlie; WR ............San Diego Chargers, 1996-99Jones, Craig; TE ..........San Antonio Riders (WLAF), 1991Jones, Dean; QB ......................... Oakland Raiders, 1978Jones, Frank; WR ...........Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1992Jones, Howard; DE.......................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983Jones, Myron; FB Los Angeles Raiders (304th pick), 1990Jones, Tommy; CB ....................... Dallas Cowboys, 1994..............................................Ottawa RoughRiders, 1994............................ Amsterdam Admirals (WLAF), 1996-97Karraker, Rusty; P ................. San Francisco 49ers, 1984Kelley, Jack; HB .......................... New York Giants, 1946Kimbrough, Jaime; RB .......... San Francisco 49ers, 1999Knocke, Bill; HB ...................... Green Bay Packers, 1964Kobdish, Josh ....................... San Francisco 49ers, 1999Lane, Calvin; DB ....................San Diego Chargers, 1976.....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1977Lee, Steve; LB ....... Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL), 1993Leonard, Louis; DT .........................St. Louis Rams, 2007.............................................Cleveland Browns, 2007-09............................................. Carolina Panthers, 2009-10..................................................... Denver Broncos, 2011Long, Jim; FB ........................ San Francisco 49ers, 1964Lovely, Ken; RB ............................ Dallas Cowboys, 1981Malone, Robert; P ........... Jacksonville Jaguars, 2010-11Mancini, Mike; P .................... San Francisco 49ers, 1986................................................ Pittsburgh Steelers, 1987.......................................................... Detroit Lions, 1987Masini, Mickey; RB ........... San Francisco 49ers, 1947-48................................................. Los Angeles