Washington 37, Cal 23
A selection of photos taken by Gregory McKie from the Washington at Oregon football game in 2006.
Photos from OSU game
Washington: Originally signed a letter of intent with Washington State but never enrolled at WSU as a full-time student.
2006: Played in all 12 games and started the last five (Cal, Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford and Washington State) at quarterback ... also served as the team's holder for PATs and field goals, performing that duty in all 12 games ... aside from the five starts, also saw action at quarterback vs. Oklahoma, Arizona and Oregon State, meaning that he took snaps from center in nine of 12 games ... had a solid game in first start in the Huskies' overtime loss at California, completing 17 of 31 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns, including a 49-yard TD pass to Marlon Wood on the final play of regulation ... also rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown vs. the Golden Bears ... completed 15 out of 34 passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns vs. Oregon ... led the Huskies to a win over Washington State in the Apple Cup, completing 14 of 27 passes for 271 yards and two TDs ... rushed for 44 yards on six carries vs. Arizona State ... came off the bench late in Oklahoma game and led Huskies on a scoring drive, completing 5 of 7 passes for 41 yards and a score.
2005: Did not see action after suffering a pre-season leg injury.
2004: Appeared in four games as a redshirt freshman ... on Oct. 2, at Stanford, became the first UW freshman since 1997 to start at QB ... completed 9-of-25 passes for 118 yards and an INT ... also started vs. San Jose State, but left before halftime with a groin injury ... led the UW on an 80-yard game-opening TD drive vs. SJSU, capping it with a one-yard TD run ... rushed for 65 yards on the drive ... also played against Fresno State and Notre Dame ... did not play in the last six games of the season.
2003: Redshirted the season ... earned offensive Scout of the Week honors prior to the Stanford game.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Parents Glenn and Theresa Bonnell ... one sister Tiffany and one brother Ray, who plays football at Washington State ... joins the Huskies in the fall as a scholarship player ... originally signed a national letter of intent with Washington State but did not enroll as a full-time student ... standout quarterback at Kentwood High School ... played his senior season in 2001 for coach Tom Ingles ... also competed on baseball and basketball squads ... as a senior, threw for 1,693 yards passing and 23 touchdowns ... team finished 13-1 and won the State 4-A title with a 38-24 win over Pasco ... finished 7-1 in the South Puget Sound League North race ... named by Associated Press as the 4-A Player of the Year and the Player of the Year for all classes in Washington ... the #10 prospect in the Northwest by SuperPrep Magazine ... Tacoma News Tribune All-State first team pick ... also named to the TNT all-area second team as a punter ... Seattle Times All-State first team pick ... Seattle Times Red Chip prospect ... Washington Prep Football Report All-State choice ... a Northwest Nugget honorable mention pick by the TNT ... Western 100 pick by the TNT ... league first team quarterback and punter ... league's offensive back of the year ... during three-year career was 37-4 and threw for over 4,300 yards plus 43 touchdowns ... during his junior season he led Kentwood to a 12-2 record and the state semifinals ... earned first team All-South Puget Sound League at quarterback ... named to the Tacoma News Tribune all-area team ... threw a no-hitter in baseball and was named rookie of the year.