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2010 CFN All-WAC Team & Top 30 Players
Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick & Vai Taua
Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick & Vai Taua
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Posted Dec 15, 2010


2010 CFN All-WAC Team, Top 30 Players, & Players of the Year

2010 WAC All-Conf. Team

& Top 30 Players

Boise State | Fresno State | Hawaii | Idaho | Louisiana Tech
Nevada | New Mexico St | San Jose State | Utah State

2010 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS & TOP 30 PLAYERS
- ACC | Big East | Big Ten | Big 12 | C-USA | Ind & ND
- MAC | Mountain West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC
 
2009 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

2008 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

WAC Standings
  Conf. Overall
Nevada 7 1 12 1
Boise St 7 1 11 1
Hawaii 7 1 10 3
Fresno St 5 3 8 4
La Tech 4 5 7
Idaho 3 5 6 7
Utah St 2 5 4 8
NMSU 1 7 2 10
SJSU 0 8 1 11
Players of the Week
11/27 RB Alex Green, Haw
11/20 QB Bryant Moniz, Hawi
11/13 QB C. Kaepernick, Nev
11/6 QB Kellen Moore, BSU
10/23 RB Alex Green, Haw.
10/16 QB R. Jenkins, LT
10/9 RB Vai Taua, Nev
10/1 QB Bryant Moniz, Haw
9/25 QB Bryant Moniz, Haw
9/18 QB C. Kaepernick, Nev
9/11 QB C. Kaepernick, Nev
9/4 QB Kellen Moore, BSU

Games of the Week

11/27 Nev 34, BSU 31 OT
11/20 Boise St 51, FSU 0
11/13 Nevada 35, FSU 34
11/6 FSU 40, La Tech 34
10/23 FSU 33, SJSU 18
10/16 Hawaii 27, Nev 21
10/9 Hawaii 49, FSU 27
10/1 Haw, 41, La Tech 21
9/25 CSU 36, Idaho 34
9/18 Nev 52, Cal 31
9/11 Hawaii 31, Army 28
9/4 BSU 33, VT 30

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Offensive Player of the Year

QB Colin Kaepernick, Sr. Nevada

Defensive Player of the Year
DE Chris Carter, Sr. Fresno State

2010 CFN All-WAC Offense
QB – Colin Kaepernick, Sr. Nevada
RB – Doug Martin, Jr. Boise State
RB – Vai Taua, Sr. Nevada
WR – Greg Salas, Sr. Hawaii
WR – Titus Young, Sr. Boise State
TE – Virgil Green, Sr. Nevada
OL – Chris Barker, Soph. Nevada
OL – John Bender, Sr. Nevada
OL – Rob McGill, Sr. Louisiana Tech
OL – Nate Potter, Jr. Boise State
OL – Kenny Wiggins, Sr. Fresno State
PK – Kevin Goessling, Jr. Fresno State
KR – Kerwynn Williams, Soph. Utah State

2010 CFN All-WAC Defense
DL – Chris Carter, Sr. Fresno State
DL – Logan Harrell, Jr. Fresno State
DL – Dontay Moch, Sr. Nevada
DL – Ryan Winterswyk, Sr. Boise State
LB – Adrien Cole, Jr. Louisiana Tech
LB – Corey Paredes, Jr. Hawaii
LB – Bobby Wagner, Jr. Utah State
DB – Jeron Johnson, Sr. Boise State
DB – Shiloh Keo, Sr. Idaho
DB – Mana Silva, Sr. Hawaii
DB – Brandyn Thompson, Sr. Boise State
P – Bobby Cowan, Soph. Idaho
PR – Phillip Livas, Sr. Louisiana Tech

3 Biggest Surprises
1. Hawaii and Bryant Moniz
2. Hawaii 27, Nevada 21
3. Nevada going 12-1

3 Biggest Disappointments
1. Boise State going to the Las Vegas Bowl
2. Louisiana Tech's offense
3. The loss of Boise State, Fresno State, Hawaii, and Nevada

Best Game of the Season 

Nov. 26  at Nevada 34 … Boise State 31 OT
In a thriller, Boise State’s Kyle Brotzman missed a game-winning 26-yard field goal attempt following a miraculous 53-yard pass play to Titus Young in the final moments of regulation, and he missed a 29-yard attempt in overtime. Nevada capped off an improbable comeback with a 34-yard Anthony Martinez field goal in overtime for the win. In a wild final 17 minutes of regulation, Nevada scored 24 points as Colin Kaepernick ran for an 18-yard touchdown late in the third and hit Rishard Matthews for a seven-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds to play, with a Martinez extra point tying it up. Matthews also weaved his way through the Broncos for a 44-yard touchdown run, and Martinez added a 23-yard field goal, but Doug Martin put the Boise State ahead taking a Kellen Moore pass 79 yards for an improbable touchdown before Nevada went on a 14-play, 79-yard drive ending with Matthews’ touchdown grab. Boise State took a 17-0 first half lead with a 26-yard catch from Young and a four-yard Martin run, and after Nevada got on the board with a five-yard Vai Taua run, Martin answered with a 51-yard scoring dash. The two teams combined for 1,021 total yards of offense.

Second Best Game: Sept. 5 - Boise State 33, Virginia Tech 30
Third Best Game: Nov. 13 - Nevada 35, Fresno State 34

Coach of the Year - 1) Chris Petersen, Boise State
2) Chris Ault, Nevada, 3) Greg McMackin, Hawaii

Performances of the Year
1) Oct. 2 - Hawaii QB Bryant Moniz completed 42-of-58 passes for 532 yards and four touchdowns, and he ran nine times for 49 yards in the win over Louisiana Tech.
2) Nov. 6 - Boise State QB Kellen Moore completed 30-of-37 passes for 507 yards and three touchdowns with two interceptions in the win over Hawaii.
3) Nov. 27 - Hawaii RB Alex Green ran 19 times for 327 yards and three scores in the win over New Mexico State.

Top Freshman - LB Keith Smith, San Jose State

The Best WAC Players of 2010
1. QB Colin Kaepernick, Sr. Nevada
2. QB Kellen Moore, Jr. Boise St
3. QB Bryant Moniz, Jr. Hawaii
4. RB Vai Taua, Sr. Nevada
5. DE Chris Carter, Sr. Fresno St
6. WR Greg Salas, Sr. Hawaii
7. LB Bobby Wagner, Jr. Utah State
8. LB Corey Paredes, Jr. Hawaii
9. SS Jeron Johnson, Sr. Boise State
10. DE Dontay Moch, Sr. Nevada
11. WR Titus Young, Sr. Boise State
12. FS Mana Silva, Sr. Hawaii
13. OT Rob McGill, Sr. Louisiana Tech
14. DT Logan Harrell, Jr. Fresno State
15. RB Doug Martin, Jr. Boise State
16. WR Kealoha Pilares, Sr. Hawaii
17. OT Kenny Wiggins, Sr. Fresno St
18. KR/RB Kerwynn Williams, Soph. Utah St
19. DE Ryan Winterswyk, Sr. Boise State
20. LB Adrien Cole, Jr. Louisiana Tech
21. LB Ben Jacobs, Sr. Fresno State
22. WR Austin Pettis, Sr. Boise State
23. RB Alex Green, Sr. Hawaii
24. CB Brandyn Thompson, Sr. Boise St
25. LB Keith Smith, Fr. San Jose State
26. OT Nate Potter, Jr. Boise State
27. DE Matt Broha, Jr. Louisiana Tech
28. RB Lennon Creer, Jr. Louisiana Tech
29. RB Robbie Rouse, Soph. Fresno St
30. S Shiloh Keo, Sr. Idaho