Brian Morris
Brian  Morris

Moreno Valley, Calif.

High School:
Rancho Verde

Fresno State: Has been ferocious at defensive end the past two years ... had two full seasons cut shot due to injury (2000 and '02) ... was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA because of his injuries ... ranks in the top 10 in school history in sacks with 17 ... playing in his final game as a Bulldog in Boise. (2004) Played in and started in 10 games ... an honorable mention All-WAC selection ... missed only the Portland State game with an injured shoulder ... finished the regular season with 31 tackles, including 5.5 for loss and three sacks ... scored his first career touchdown at Washington after he picked up a fumble on the first play of the fourth quarter and sprinted 18 yards into the end zone ... had two pass breakups ... also forced one fumble ... his best game of the year came against UTEP when he recorded six tackles, including two sacks ... currently tied for eighth in program history in sacks with 17 ... was one of the cornerstones to a defense that ranked tops in the WAC ... on track to graduate in the spring. (2003) Played in 13 games, starting each ... a second-team All-WAC selection ... finished fifth on the team with 46 tackles ... racked up a team-high 15.5 tackles for loss, a figure that ranks 10th in program history for a single season ... racked up seven tackles, including 3.5 for loss and three sacks, in Fresno State's victory at SMU ... had three quarterback hurries and two pass deflections ... helped the Bulldogs shut down Louisiana Tech's high-powered offense by totaling six tackles against Tech, including two tackles for loss and three quarterback hurries ... had a sack in the bowl game and helped hold UCLA's offense under 200 yards. (2002) Suffered an injury during preseason drills and missed the entire year. (2001) Played in 11 games, starting twice ... injured his knee during the Nevada game and missed the final four contests of the season ... made 19 tackles, including four for loss and three sacks ... had seven quarterback hurries ... had five tackles in a win against Tulsa. (2000) Missed the entire season with a knee injury suffered in fall practice. (1999) Redshirted.

High School: Helped lead Rancho Verde to the championship game of the CIF Division V playoffs ... first-team All-Sunbelt League as a defensive end and second-team pick as a tight end ... an All-Riverside County selection ... All-CIF honoree.

Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1981 ... mother's name is Andrea Morris ... has two sisters ... lists his favorite athlete as Charles Woodson.

Career Statistics
Year	GP-GS	UT	AT	TT	TFL-Yds	Sacks-Yds
1999	Redshirted
2000	DNP - Injured
2001	11-2	10	9	19	4-20	3-18
2002	DNP - Injured
2003	13-13	33	13	46	15.5-77	11-63
2004	10-10	16	15	31	5.5-19	3-12
Totals	34-25	59	37	96	24.5-116	17-123

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