2004: Appeared in all 11 games and started eight times, including the first three games of the year and the final four contests ... led the Husky quarterbacks with 1,476 yards ... completed 116 of 274 passes ... three for five touchdowns ... threw for a career-high 328 yards vs. California, the highest yardage total by a Husky during the season ... was 20-for-44 with one TD and three interceptions vs. the Bears ... his 77-yard TD strike to Craig Chambers was the longest play of the season and is tied for the 14th longest pass in UW history ... 13-for-37 for 164 yards and an interception in loss to Arizona ... started the season opener vs. Fresno State, going 18-for-39 for 183 yards and three INTs... against UCLA, completed 13-of-28 for 200 yards, two TDs and no picks ... played only the first half at Notre Dame (10-for-26, 130 yds., 0 TDs, 0 INTs) ... played in the fourth quarter at Stanford, going eight-for-14 for 93 yards and a TD ... came off bench vs. SJSU and led two TD drives ... was five-for-nine for 55 yards vs. San Jose ... returned to starting role at Oregon (36-14-4-211-0) ... 211 yards were then-career high ... named to the Pac-10's All-Academic Team in 2004. 2003: Appeared in six games in 2003 ... completed 10 of 23 passes for 151 yards ... threw for a pair of scores ... compiled most of his statistics in second-half action in 42-10 win against Oregon ... pressed into duty due to a concussion by starter Cody Pickett ... had five completions in eight attempts for 117 yards ... hooked up with Reggie Williams for a 63-yard scoring pass ... his stellar performance off the bench against Oregon was recognized with a 12th Man of the game award ... also named the Husky Radio Network's Sub of the Game vs. Oregon ... went three-for-four vs. Idaho for 24 yards ... sacked just once in 23 attempts ... a two-time letterwinner ... honorable mention selection to Pac-10 All-Academic team. 2002: Earned his first letter as the number three quarterback ... saw playing time in the Wyoming and Idaho games ... did not attempt any passes during the season. 2001: Redshirted the 2001 season.
High School and Personal: Parents are Nancy, a teacher, and Rick, a contractor ... second of three siblings ... earned Gatorade Illinois State Player of the Year honors after throwing for 1,702 yards, 18 TDs and just five interceptions as a senior ... led his team to a 12-1 record and a No. 3 state ranking ... lost just twice in four years, posting a 42-2 record at quarterback ... finished career with 5,734 yards passing and 51 TDs ... nominated for the Wendy's High School Heisman in 2000 ... a Sporting News, PrepStar, Student Sports, and SuperPrep All-American ... ranked sixth in the nation at QB by Rivals.com ... a member of PrepStar's Top 120 "Dream Team" .. also named to Student Sports' Top 100, and ninth at QB ... ranked 11th on PrepStar's Midwest Region "Super 30" list... ranked 13th in SuperPrep's Midwest 132 ... a member of USAToday.com's Top 125 ... a Chicago Tribune All-SIDA Blue Conference selection ... named conference Offensive Player of the Year in 2000 ... threw for 2,264 yards and 16 TDs as a junior ... carries a 4.0 GPA ...also played ice hockey and baseball ... an economics major.
Year G-S Att. Comp. Int. Yds. Pct. TD LG 2003 6-0 23 10 1 151 .435 2 63 2004 11-8 274 116 17 1476 .423 5 77 Totals 17-8 297 126 18 1627 .424 7 77
Paus news and features:
UW gives Paus two new roles - Tacoma Tribune (Oct. 26, 2005)
The rise and fall of Huskies QB Casey Paus - Seattle Times (Oct. 14, 2005)
A Tale of Two Brothers - Gohuskies.com (Sept. 8, 2005)
Paus ready to start again - Tacoma News-Tribune (Oct. 13, 2004)
Paus brings an edge into starting QB role - Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Sept. 2, 2004)
Paus' experience the deciding factor - Everett Herald (Sept. 1, 2004)
In the Trenches with Casey Paus - gohuskies.com (Aug. 31, 2004)
Husky wraps his Paus around QB job - Everett Herald (Aug. 26, 2004)