Zach Sudfeld is one of 16 seniors who will be honored before Saturday's game.
Nov. 27, 2012
Nevada (7-4, 4-3) vs. Boise State (9-2, 6-1)
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012 - 12:35 p.m. PT
Mackay Stadium - Reno, Nev.
RADIO: Wolf Pack Radio Network (Flagship: ESPN Radio 94.5 FM/630 AM) with Ryan Radtke (PxP) and Chris Vargas (analyst). Pre-game show with the broadcast crew begins 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
TV: ABCwith Mike Patrick (PxP), Ed Cunningham (analyst) and Jeanine Edwards (sidelines).
STREAMING: Nevada's radio broadcast is also available at www.NevadaWolfPack.tv. and via the Wolf Pack mobile app.
SERIES HISTORY: Boise State leads 25-13
Last Meeting: Boise State won 30-10 on Oct. 1, 2011, in Boise.
Sixteen Nevada seniors will play their final game at Mackay Stadium on Saturday when the Wolf Pack takes on Boise State to conclude the 2012 regular season ... Nevada has already accepted an invitation to the Gildan New Mexico and will play a Pac-12 opponent on Dec. 15 in Albuquerque ... Nevada running back Stefphon Jefferson is the nation's second-leading rusher and needs 169 yards to set the school's single-season yardage record ... Jefferson, who needs 148 yards to eclipse the Mountain West record, is tied for the school record for most rushing touchdowns in a season ... Nevada offensive lineman Chris Barker will look to extend his school record for most starts in a career to 52 as he has started 51 consecutive games (all 51 games of his career) ... Barker and Jeff Nady - the left side of Nevada's offensive line - have combined to start 85 games in their careers ... Nevada receiver Brandon Wimberly has caught a pass in all 38 games of his career - the sixth-longest streak in the nation ... Nevada was picked second in the Mountain West in preseason voting by the league's media, behind Boise State ... The Wolf Pack had four players named to the Preseason All-MW team in offensive linemen Jeff Nady and Chris Barker, defensive tackle Jack Reynoso and safety Duke Williams ... Nevada returns 13 starters (6/6/1) from last year's team that finished second in the WAC and went to the Sheraton Hawai`i Bowl and 31 overall letterwinners.
Nevada will honor 16 of its own on Saturday marks Senior Day for the Wolf Pack program. The 16 players who will be honored on Saturday are:
Mark Avery, defensive lineman
Chris Barker, offensive lineman
Dray Bell, linebacker
DeAndre Boughton, linebacker
Jeremiah Green, linebacker
Nick Hale, running back
Allen Hardison, kicker
Marlon Johnson, defensive back
Jeff Nady, offensive line
Alex Pinto, offensive line
Albert Rosette, linebacker
Zach Sudfeld, tight end
Tyler Thompson, defensive back
Duke Williams, defensive back
Brandon Wimberly, wide receiver
Khalid Wooten, defensive back
IN THE SERIES
Boise leads 25-13. Home: 11-9; Road: 2-16.