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12/04/17 - (OG) - Austin Corbett, Sr, 6-4, 305
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OL Austin Corbett Sr. Nevada,...Corbett was dominant in his senior season with the Wolf Pack, anchoring one of the best offensive line units in the conference. The Pack allowed just 16 sacks despite a league-high 451 passing attempts this season. He was also selected the team's Basalite Big Blocker of the year earlier this week. He finishes his Nevada career as a three-time All-MW honoree. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (WR) - Wyatt Demps, Sr, 6-2, 200
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): WR Wyatt Demps Sr. Nevada,...Demps had one of the finest seasons by a Pack receiver in recent memory, leading the conference with 11 receiving touchdowns and finishing second in receptions with 67. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (OLB) - Malik Reed, rJr, 6-1, 250
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DL Malik Reed Jr. Nevada,...Reed led the Mountain West with eight sacks on the year and was eighth overall in with 10.0 tackles for loss. He was a second-team All-MW selection last year. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (FS) - Dameon Baber, Jr, 5-10, 205
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DB Dameon Baber Jr. Nevada,...Baber had a historic game against San Jose state with three interceptions and he became just the third player in NCAA history to have three runbacks for a touchdown in the same game as he returned two of the interceptions for scores and also returned a blocked punt for a score. He was tied for fifth in interceptions and top-15 in tackles per game. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (SS) - Asauni Rufus, rJr, 5-11, 190
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Asauni Rufus, Jr., DB,...Rufus suffered a season-ending leg injury on Nov. 4 against Boise State but was still one of the top safeties in the league. Despite missing the final three games, he was still third on the team with 75 tackles, included 5.5 for loss. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (ILB) - Austin Paulhus, rSr, 5-11, 230
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Austin Paulhus, Sr., LB,...Paulhus recorded 112 tackles on the season from his linebacker spot – the second-most by a Wolf Pack player in the last 20 seasons. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (C) - Sean Krepsz, rJr, 6-4, 325
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Sean Krepsz, Jr., OL,...Krepsz shifted inside to the center position this year and was flawless as the Wolf Pack produced one of the top offensive lines in the nation. - Nevada Football

12/04/17 - (QB) - Ty Gangi, rJr, 6-1, 210
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Ty Gangi, Jr., QB,...Gangi started 10 games at quarterback and finished second in the league in passing at 274.6 yards per game and second in total offense at 292.6 yards per game. His final numbers were 228-of-374 with 25 touchdowns against 11 interceptions. He also rushed for four scores. - Nevada Football

11/25/17 - (RB) - Kelton Moore, rSo, 5-10, 220
Kelton Moore scored from the 1 as Nevada drove for the winning score in the fourth quarter to break a tie and defeat in-state rival UNLV 23-16 in a season finale on Saturday. Ty Gangi had earlier thrown a 6-yard TD pass to Trevion Armstrong that lifted the Wolf Pack (3-9, 3-5 Mountain West Conference) into a 16-16 tie as the third quarter was ending. Gangi threw for two touchdowns while the Runnin' Rebels, after an early score on a 12-yard keeper by Armani Rogers, were held to three Evan Pantels field goals, including a 53-yarder, the rest of the game. Nevada's game-winning drive covered 61 yards in eight plays. Moore had four carries on the drive. Senior lineman Austin Corbett became eligible for a second-and-1 play and lost a yard on the only carry of his career. Moore carried the ball 23 times for 109 yards, Gangi connected on 24 of 33 passes for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Rogers completed 12 of 23 passes for 160 yards and gained 49 on the ground on 23 carries. - AP College Football

11/13/17 - (FS) - Dameon Baber, Jr, 5-10, 205
NOV 13 MOUNTAIN WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: DAMEON BABER, NEVADA, Junior, Safety, Palmdale, California/Palmdale HS...Recorded three interceptions totaling 139 return yards and two touchdowns, including a 100-yard touchdown return, the longest in program history and the third 100-yard interception returned for a score in Mountain West history...Is the second FBS player this season to return two interceptions for touchdowns...Added a third touchdown on the day when he returned a blocked punt six yards for the go-ahead score in the first quarter, putting Nevada ahead 14-7...This was Baber's second career game with three interceptions, becoming the first player in Mountain West history to record multiple career outings with three picks. His three interceptions tied the Conference's single-game record...Is just the third player in NCAA history to score three touchdowns via return (joining Johnny Jackson in 1987 and Antonio Perkins in 2003). He is the second player this season to return two interceptions for touchdowns in the NCAA...Is the seventh player this season to have three interceptions in a single game. - Mountain West Football

11/11/17 - (FS) - Dameon Baber, Jr, 5-10, 205
Dameon Baber claimed a spot in the NCAA record book with three touchdowns off returns and Nevada pounded San Jose State 59-14 on Saturday. Baber returned a blocked punt six yards for the go-ahead score near the end of the first quarter, as Nevada (2-8, 2-4 Mountain West) took a 14-7 lead, then intercepted a pass in the end zone and returned it 100 yards for a score. He added another pick six, from 39 yards, in the third quarter, by which time the Wolfpack led 52-7. The junior safety intercepted Aaron Montel on the game's opening drive, his first pick since 2015. He finished as the first player in Mountain West history to have a pair of three-interception games and is the third player in NCAA history to score three TDs via runbacks (Johnny Jackson, Houston, 1987 and Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma, 2003). Ty Gangi completed 16 of 23 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns and Wyatt Demps had seven catches for 115 yards and two TDs. Tyler Nevens rushed for 118 yards with a TD for San Jose State (1-10, 0-6). - AP College Football

10/09/17 - (RB) - Kelton Moore, rSo, 5-10, 220
OCT 9 MOUNTAIN WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: KELTON MOORE, NEVADA, Sophomore, Running Back, Arlington, Texas/Juan Seguin HS...Rushed for 216 yards on 16 carries to lead Nevada to a 35-21 home victory over West Division opponent Hawai‘i...Averaged 11.4 yards per carry...Added five receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown...Recorded a run of 66 yards...Registered his first-career receiving touchdown on a fourth down and six play. The TD went for 22 yards and proved to be the game-winning score. - Mountain West Football

09/28/17 - (QB) - David Cornwell, rJr, 6-4, 228
Nevada quarterback David Cornwell, a transfer from Alabama, has left the Wolf Pack. Cornwell was the first player to commit to first-year Nevada coach Jay Norvell last December and he entered fall training camp as the starter. But Cornwell didn't make his debut for the Wolf Pack (0-4) until Saturday's 45-7 loss at Washington State. Nevada spokesman Chad Hartley confirmed in a statement that Cornwell has left the team and asked for his release from the program. Hartley says the school appreciates his contributions and wishes him the best moving forward. Quarterback Ty Gangi, who started Nevada's first two games, has been named the starter for Saturday's Mountain West opener at Fresno State. - AP College Football

07/25/17 - (C) - Sean Krepsz, rJr, 6-4, 325
2017 Preseason Rimington Trophy Watchlist: Sean Krepsz, Nevada,...Krepsz, who is sliding over to the center position in 2017, appeared in all 12 games last season and made 10 starts during his first campaign with the Wolf Pack. A transfer from Riverside Community College, he helped block for a 1,000-yard rusher in All-Mountain West honorable mention James Butler. Krepsz aided in Nevada compiling a rushing offense that ranked third in the West Division at 174.0 yards per game. Nevada opens the 2017 season under first-year head coach Jay Norvell on Saturday, Sept. 2, when it travels to Evanston, Ill. to play at Northwestern with a kickoff time still to be determined. - Nevada Football

07/10/17 - (OLB) - Malik Reed, rJr, 6-1, 250
2017 Preseason Bednarik Award Watchlist: DE Malik Reed, Nevada,...Reed, a six-foot-one, 245-pound returning starter, is one of 86 defensive players from around the nation to be named to the watch list. He is also one of four to earn the preseason distinction from the Mountain West. Reed posted a breakout sophomore season on his way to earning second team All-Mountain West honors. The Alabama native, who served as a team captain, led the Wolf Pack with 9.5 tackles for loss, including 5.0 sacks, which tied for 10th in the league. Reed's 59 total tackles on the year were fifth-most on the team and ranked second among the league's defensive linemen. Additionally Reed's three fumbles forced tied for the team lead. - Nevada Football

11/30/16 - (SS) - Asauni Rufus, rJr, 5-11, 190
2016 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Asauni Rufus, So., DB...It took Rufus until the final play of the season to record an interception, but the sophomore DB had been wreaking havoc on opposing offenses all season. Rufus finished the year as the team’s second-best tackler with 95, posted his first career sack and blocked an extra point against San Diego State, had two pass breakups, forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles. Rufus averaged 5.6 solo tackles per game, which is currently in the top 20 in the nation and fourth in the conference. - Nevada Football

11/30/16 - (OG) - Austin Corbett, Sr, 6-4, 305
2016 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OL Austin Corbett, Jr., Nevada...A local product from Sparks, Corbett started in all 12 games this season to lead the Union with second team honors. This is Corbett’s second all-conference honor after he earned an honorable mention last season. Corbett paved the way for Butler to run for more than 1,000 yards for a second consecutive season and average 111.3 rushing yards per game, which ranks in the top 20 in the nation. Corbett led the team in knockdown blocks and was second on the team in cut blocks. - Nevada Football

11/30/16 - (OLB) - Malik Reed, rJr, 6-1, 250
2016 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DL Malik Reed, So., Nevada...Reed posted a breakout sophomore season on his way to second team honors. The Alabama native led the Wolf Pack with 9.5 tackles for loss, including 5.0 sacks, which tied for 10th in the league. Reed’s 59 total tackles on the year were fifth-most on the team and ranked second among the league’s defensive linemen. Additionally Reed’s three fumbles forced tied for the team lead. - Nevada Football

11/30/16 - (WR) - Wyatt Demps, Sr, 6-2, 200
2016 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Wyatt Demps, Jr., WR...Demps became a premier wide receiver in the Mountain West during his first year as a starter. The California native set career-highs in nearly every statistical category after leading the team in receptions (53), receiving yards (686) and receiving touchdowns (9). His nine touchdown grabs are fourth-most in the conference and the most by a Wolf Pack player in a single season since Marko Mitchell hauled in 10 in 2008. - Nevada Football

11/19/16 - (QB) - Ty Gangi, rJr, 6-1, 210
Ty Gangi scored on a 6-yard run with five seconds left, completing a 13-point, fourth-quarter comeback and lifting Nevada over Utah State 38-37 on Saturday night. With 11 seconds remaining, Nevada faced fourth-and-goal with no timeouts and trailing 37-31. Gangi faked the handoff to the running back, rolled to his right looking to pass, then saw an opening to run up the middle and sprinted untouched into the end zone for the tying score. Spencer Pettit's ensuing PAT gave the Wolf Pack a 38-37 lead. Utah State (3-8 Mountain West, 1-7) led 37-24 with 7:50 left in the fourth quarter after Dominik Eberle's third field goal. Nevada went three-and-out, but Utah State fumbled the punt, and it bounced into the end zone where Elijah Mitchell recovered it for the touchdown to pull within 37-31. Kent Myers passed for 127 yards and rushed for 90 yards and two scores for the Aggies. Tonny Lindsey had 168 yards rushing, including a 68-yard TD. Utah State outgained Nevada 523-341. - AP Sports

10/08/16 - (WR) - Wyatt Demps, Sr, 6-2, 200
Wyatt Demps caught three touchdown passes and Nevada held off a late Fresno State rally to earn a 27-22 win on Saturday night. The victory evened the Wolfpack's overall record at 3-3 and their Mountain West Conference mark at 1-1. Demps' first TD came on some razzle-dazzle and it gave the Wolfpack a lead they never relinquished. Tyler Stewart hit Andrew Celis on a swing pass coming out of the backfield, but the wide out pulled up and found a wide-open Demps with a 36-yard strike. Demps, who finished with nine catches for 124 yards, caught a 3-yard toss from Stewart just before intermission and pulled in an 8-yard toss to make it 27-16. Fresno State (1-5, 0-2) got within five when Dontel James scored from 5-yards out with 5:08 left, but a two-point conversion attempt failed. James Butler finished with 175 yards rushing on 35 carries for Fresno State. - AP Sports

12/30/15 - (OLB) - Ian Seau, rSr, 6-2, 250
2015 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DL Ian Seau, Sr., Nevada...A native of Oceanside, Calif., Seau improved upon last year's All-MW second team selection by posting 38 tackles, 15.5 TFL and 9.0 sacks to earn All-MW first team honors as a senior. Seau's 9.0 sacks tied for first in the MW and 15th in the nation, while his 15.5 TFL ranked third in the league. Seau also forced five turnovers this season with four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Earlier this year, Seau tied a MW record with four sacks against Hawai'i. - Nevada Football

12/30/15 - (FS) - Dameon Baber, Jr, 5-10, 205
2015 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DB Dameon Baber, Fr., Nevada...After sitting out the first three games of the year to redshirt, Baber emerged as one of the league's top freshmen and started in Nevada's final nine games at safety to earn All-MW second team honors. The Palmdale, Calif. native recorded six interceptions, which ranks second in the MW and tied for fifth in FBS. Baber tide a MW record this season with three interceptions at Fresno State. Baber also ranked fourth on the team with 58 tackles. - Nevada Football

12/30/15 - (DE) - Lenny Jones, rSr, 6-2, 256
2015 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DL Lenny Jones, Sr., Nevada...Jones also earned his first yearly conference award as a second team All-MW selection. The team captain and four-year letter winner posted 45 tackles, 11.5 TFL, 6.0 sacks and one fumble recovery in his senior season. The San Leandro, Calif. native ranks fifth in program history with 19.0 career sacks. - Nevada Football

12/30/15 - (K) - Brent Zuzo, Sr, 5-10, 180
2015 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): PK Brent Zuzo, Jr., Nevada...Zuzo, a place kicker from Canton, Mich., earns his first yearly conference award by being named to the All-MW second team. Zuzo connected on 14-of-16 field goals, leading the MW and ranking 10th in the nation with an 87.5 FG percentage. Zuzo also made 36-of-37 PATs and helped Nevada convert 2-of-3 onside kicks. - Nevada Football

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