Junior leads team in sacks and TFLs
Freshman Tyler Stewart threw for 202 yards and three touchdowns in his first collegiate start.
Farjado completes 18 of 21 passes for 239 yards in 36-7 win over UC Davis.
Great crowd on a beautiful day at Mackay Stadium
Pack defense notches four turnovers in second scrimmage of the spring
Markus Smith talks to the media following the Wolf Pack's loss to USF.
2013: Emerged in spring ball at one of the top defensive backs and enters fall camp with a starting job at one of the cornerback positions.
2012: Enrolled at Nevada in the spring semester and went through spring drills with the team ... Played in 11 games with two starts ... Registered 17 tackles on the year, including a career high seven against South Florida ... Had five tackles against Northwestern State ... Broke up a pass at Cal.
A graduate of Riverside (Calif.) Community College ... Was a two-year starter and helped the team to a division championship ... Named first-team all-conference as a sophomore.
A graduate of Corona (Calif.) High School ... Was a multi-sport star who earned a total of eight varsity letters in football, wrestling and track and field ... Was the MVP of his team as a senior ... Was league champion in wrestling as a senior and the top hurdler on his track team.
Born Markus Aaron Smith on April 5, 1992 ... Son of Michelle Amsberry and Ernest Smith ... Has an older brother, Chris, who played football at Idaho ... Chose Nevada over Texas Tech, Kansas State and San Jose State, among others ... Enjoys sleeping, eating, and playing video games in his free time.