Total of 63 student-athletes from fall sports are honored for academic successes.
The Wolf Pack went 75 yards in two minutes, 12 seconds to pull within one score late in the game.
The Wolf Pack took the lead at 10-7 on Tyler Stewart's 46-yard pass to James Butler with 6:52 left.
Baber selected to 2016 Preseason All-MW team.
Photos from Nevada @ Purdue on September 24, 2016.
The Wolf Pack fall to Notre Dame, on September 10, 2016.
The Wolf Pack emerged victorious in a hotly contested, back-and-forth game.
Nevada vs. Utah State
Nevada vs. San Jose State
SENIOR (2016) – Started the first eight games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury in the Wyoming game (10/22) … Through his eight games played he ranked first in the Mountain West having thrown just three interceptions and ranked 33rd in the nation in completion percentage … Eclipsed 1,000 passing yards for a second straight season … Finished the year completing 63 percent of his passes (110-of-174) and threw nine touchdown passes … Rushed the ball 53 times for 95 yards and recorded two rushing touchdowns … Threw to nine different receivers in week one vs. Cal Poly (9/2), which was the most players to catch a pass in a game in the Brian Polian era and the most since 2012 vs. South Florida … Threw for over 200 yards once this season, at Hawai’i (10/1), where he finished 19-of-33 and threw one touchdown … Posted a season-long throw of 46 yards twice, first in the opener against Cal Poly (9/2) and at San Jose State (10/15) … Helped Nevada to a passing offense that ranked seventh in the Mountain West, averaging 208.2 passing yards per game … Finished his Wolf Pack career with 3,551 passing yards in 29 games played … Completed 59 percent of his passes (317-of-537) in his career and threw 27 touchdowns to just 12 interceptions … Rushed for 438 yards in his career on 157 attempts to average 2.8 yards per rush … Named Nevada’s offensive player of the week after the season opening win over Cal Poly … Letter winner.
JUNIOR (2015) - Started in all 13 games at quarterback, leading Nevada to a winning record and a victory in the 2015 Arizona Bowl … Completed 186-of-326 passes for 2,139 passing yards with 15 touchdowns compared to seven interceptions … Also rushed 97 times for 323 total yards and four touchdowns … Averaged 189.3 yards of total offense per game, ranking sixth in the Mountain West … Also ranked fifth in the MW in passing touchdowns (15), sixth in passing yards per game (164.5) and seventh in pass efficiency (123.1) … Commanded and engineered Nevada’s rushing attack in its spread pistol system as the Wolf Pack averaged 210 rushing yards per game, which ranked 25th in the nation … Completed 13-of-20 passes for 163 yards and a score while being named Nevada’s offensive player of the week after a season-opening win against UC Davis … Competed 18-of-32 passes for 160 yards and two scores against Pac-12 foe Arizona … In Nevada’s first-ever SEC game, eclipsed 200-yards passing with two touchdowns … Completed 12-of-21 passes and helped Nevada rush for 289 yards in a win at Buffalo … Completed 20 passes for 202 yards with a career-high 61 yards rushing against rivals UNLV … Tallied a season-high 84.2 completion percentage (16-19) with a season-high four touchdowns in a win over New Mexico … Set career-highs with 25 completions and 287 passing yards at Wyoming … Completed 12 passes for 128 yards and one score with 50 rushing yards in a win over Hawai’i … Passed for 206 yards and a touchdown in a win at Fresno State … Set a season-high with three touchdowns while engineering a game-tying drive late in regulation and a game-winning drive in overtime against San Jose State … Completed eight passes while helping Nevada rush for 209 yards at Utah State … Passed for 228 yards with 12 completions at San Diego State … Engineered a last-minute, game-winning touchdown drive in Nevada’s victory in the 2015 Arizona Bowl … In the preseason, was named to Phil Steele's All-MW fourth team … Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors … Letter winner.
SOPHOMORE (2014) - Held the No. 2 spot on the depth chart behind Cody Fajardo throughout the regular season … Made his season debut in Nevada’s finale at UNLV, recording one rushing attempt in a 49-27 Wolf Pack rivalry victory.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2013) - Played in seven games as a redshirt freshman and led the Pack to a win over Hawaii in his first career start … Completed 21-of-37 overall for 251 yards and three touchdowns with two interceptions … First playing time came in Nevada’s win over UC Davis … Inserted into the Florida State game after Devin Combs left with a knee injury and he completed 7-of-15 for 49 yards against the eventual national champions … Letter winner.
FRESHMAN (2012) - Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.
HIGH SCHOOL - A graduate of Sierra Canyon High School in Chatsworth, Calif. … Led the team to conference, division and state championships as a senior … Named first-team all-state among small schools in 2011 … Was a three-year letter winner.
PERSONAL - Born Tyler James Stewart on March 26, 1994 … Son of Tracy Stewart … Has a brother, Trevin … Chose Nevada over Colorado State, Fresno State and San Jose State … Majoring in communication studies … Enjoys cooking in his free time.