Cody Fajardo completed 25 of 32 passes for 230 yards and added 101 yards rushing.
Nevada 2013: Returns for his junior season after a solid sophomore campaign in 2012 ... Is one of three returning starters for Nevada in the receiving corps along with senior Brandon Wimberly and junior Richy Turner. 2012: Played in all 13 games with seven starts ... Was fourth on the team with 45 receptions and 467 yards ... tied for second on the team with four touchdowns ... Second touchdown of the year was a game-winner as he hauled in a 24-yard strike from Devin Combs in overtime to beat Wyoming ... Finished that game with a career-high eight receptions that were good for 111 yards ... That marked his second career 100-yard game (Idaho, 2011) ... Caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown against San Diego State and also had a touchdown reception against Air Force. 2011: Played in 10 games with six starts on the year ... First career catch was at Oregon for 12 yards ... Caught a pass in nine of his 10 games, including the final six regular season games and the bowl game ... Had a career-high seven catch for 136 yards and three touchdowns in the regular season finale against Idaho ... Matched the career-high seven reception in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, for a team-high 64 yards in the game ... All three of his scores on the year were against the Vandals and were the first TDs of his career ... Was also credited with two tackles. 2010: Joined the team as a grayshirt and went through spring drills ... Entered the 2010 season as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.
High School A graduate of Gahr High School in Cerritos, Calif. ... Was a two-year letterman and was named first-team all-league as a wide receiver as a senior ... Also played basketball and ran track ... Holds the Gahr HS long jump record at 25'-1".
Personal Born Aaron Fitzgerald Bradley on Dec. 7, 1990 ... Son of Randy and Sonya Bradley ... Has a younger sister, Randi ... Chose Nevada because of the coaching staff and the opportunity to compete for playing time early ... Has not decided on a major ... Was also recruited by Kentucky, Cal Poly and Kansas State ... Uncle Sidney Johnson played for the Washington Redskins and cousin Byron Bullock played in the CFL ... Enjoys sleeping, watching movies and traveling in his free time.