Bulldogs withstand late Hawaii rally
Brian Burrell passed for 313 yards and accounted for five touchdowns
In their 1,000th game in program history, the Bulldogs defeat San Diego State.
QB Brian Burrell led Fresno State to their second straight win.
Fresno State spread the wealth, with three quarterbacks throwing touchdown passes to four receivers.
Football at Boise State, 10/17/14, Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.
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2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 13 games, starting 12 contests as the teams running back ... led Fresno State with 155 carries for 807 yards ... rushed for six touchdowns ... averaged 5.2 yards per carry ... had two 100-yard rushing games on the season, which came in consecutive weeks in victories over Nevada and at Wyoming ... also caught 51 passes for 290 yards and one touchdown ... ranked fourth on the team in receptions, helping the Bulldog offense lead the nation in passing (394.8 ypg) ... also key pass blocker in the backfield, helping the team rank sixth in the FBS with just 11 sacks allowed in 13 games ... he had a season-high 115 yards rushing on 17 carries in that Nevada game ... went for 105 yards on 16 carries with one touchdown at Wyoming, starting a streak of three consecutive games rushing for a touchdown ... had a long rush of 33 yards on the season, which went for a first-quarter touchdown in the 69-28 win over New Mexico ... his long TD reception was a first-quarter score from 14 yards out in the win over Boise State.
2012 (Junior): Sat out the season in accordance with NCAA transfer regulations.
Prior to Fresno State: Earned letterman honors as a sophomore at BYU in 2011 ... played in all 13 games and started one ... had at least one carry in every game ... totaled 298 rushing yards on 86 carries with one touchdown ... also recorded four receptions for 21 yards ... rushed for 26 yards vs. UCF ... had 10 carries for 41 yards vs. Utah State ... rushed nine times for 47 yards vs. San Jose State ... had a season-high 59 rushing yards vs. Idaho State with one touchdown ... had nine carries for 24 yards vs. Tulsa in the Armed Forces Bowl ... earned letterman honors as a freshman ... played in all 13 games ... totaled 505 yards on 99 carries with five touchdowns while adding eight receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown ... had two 100-yard games and six games with double-digit carries ... scored the first TD of his career on a nine-yard catch in the season opener vs. Washington ... had 13 carries for 65 yards and a team season-high three rushing touchdowns vs. UNLV ... rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries vs. New Mexico ... had 15 carries for a team-high 101 yards and a touchdown while grabbing two catches for 15 yards in the New Mexico Bowl vs. UTEP.
High School: Prepped at La Habra High ... team went 38-3 in his three years on the team ... as a senior he rushed for 2,205 yards and 26 touchdowns, while adding 186 yards and two touchdowns as a receiver, to lead the Highlanders to their third-straight CIF-Southern Section Southwest Division Championship in 2009 ... named the 2009 Freeway League MVP, Daily News 2009 Football Player of the Year and CIF-SS Offensive Player of the Year ... back-to-back first-team All-Orange County selection ... ran for 1,650 yards on 163 carries and 21 touchdowns as a junior in 2008 ... also added 21 receptions for 350 yards and three touchdowns ... first-team All-Orange County ... first-team All-League and first-team All-CIF ... coached by Frank Mazzotta.
Personal: Prefers to be called Juice, not Josh ... parents are Jesse and Linda ... majoring in pre-business management ... has seven siblings ... philosophy-religious studies major.