Nevada at Northwestern Game Notes
At Northwestern, Sept. 8, 2007
-- Sophomore Nick Graziano set career highs in completions (22), attempts (36), yards (337) and touchdowns (2). This marks the first 300-yard game of the sophomore’s career.
-- Junior Luke Lippincott rushed a career-high 28 times for a total of 140 yards. That marked his third career 100-yard rushing game and his best effort since turning in a career-best 144 yards (on 25 carries) Nov. 11, 2005 vs.
-- Senior Kyle Sammons caught five passes for 102 yards and a TD, just one yard shy of his career-best 103 receiving yards set in 2005 at
-- Nevada’s racked up 541 yards of total offense, the most since the Wolf Pack gained 623 yards in a 49-48 victory over Central Florida in the 2005 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (Dec. 24). Last year, the Wolf Pack’s best effort was a season-high 472 yards of total offense at
-- Senior Erics Clarks recorded
-- Brandon Fragger’s 14-yard touchdown in the first quarter was the sophomore’s first touchdown since Oct. 7, 2006 (vs.
-- Adam Bishop’s 24-yard touchdown reception was his first score since a 7-yard TD catch at
-- Nick Graziano’s 48-yard touchdown strike to Kyle Sammons at the end of the second quarter marks the longest pass of his career. It eclipsed a 42-yarder to Marko Mitchell earlier in the second quarter.
-- Sammons’ 48-yard touchdown reception was the longest scoring play by the
-- Junior kicker Brett Jaekle connected on a 37-yard field goal in the second quarter, extended his streak of consecutive makes to six dating back to the 2006 MPC Computers Bowl against
-- Today’s game was the final game of a home-and-home series between
-- After opening the year with two consecutive road contests,