Images from the Notre Dame vs. Washington match up on October, 25, 2008.
2009: Spent the season as the Huskies' No. 2 quarterback and also served as the holder on every field goal and PAT attempt of the season ... appeared in all 12 as the holder and played quarterback in four of the 12 (Idaho, Oregon, Washington State and California) ... lone pass attempt of the year came against Oregon.
2008: Played in all 12 games, starting the last eight of the season after Jake Locker's injury in game four ... appeared off the bench in the first four ... completed 113-of-250 passes for 1,339 yards and four touchdowns ... top passing game came against Oregon State, when he was 17-for-32 for 276 yards ... 12-for-28 for 181 yards and one touchdown vs. Arizona in his first start ... 13-for-27 for 186 yards and a score off the bench vs. Stanford, when he also rushed for a touchdown ... 192 yards on 13-of-40 passes vs. Arizona State, when he also caught a six-yard TD pass from Cody Bruns ... 11-for-16 for 99 yards at Washington State ... 11-for-25 for 98 yards with one TD and no interceptions vs. Notre Dame ... threw for 95 yards and a TD on 7-of-13 passing off the bench vs. Oklahoma ... won the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year Award at the postseason awards banquet ... earned the Huskies' offensive player of the week award after the Stanford game.
2007: Redshirted his true freshman season at the UW ... earned the Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout of the Year Award at the postseason awards banquet ... enrolled at the UW prior to the spring quarter of 2007 and participated in spring practice ... named the team's offensive service team player of the week for the Ohio State and Arizona State games ... traveled and dressed for every game as the No. 3 quarterback.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: As a senior, completed 149 of 260 passes for 2,690 yards, 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions ... led Wildcats to a 7-4 overall record and a 6-1 mark in Citrus Belt League in 2006 ... won the CBL title as both a junior and a senior ... threw for 436 yards and three touchdowns in a game vs. Upland, and passed for 251 yard and four TDs vs. Colton ... notched 336 yards and three scores vs. Redlands High ... 263 yards and four touchdowns in the regular-season finale vs. named the No. 69 recruit (all positions) in California by Rivals ... named to CalHiSports all-state third team and to the All-CIF Inland Division first team ... as a junior, passed for 2,379 yards with 34 touchdowns and just four interceptions ... team went 10-1-1 in 2005, falling in the second round of the state playoffs with Fouch on the sideline with a shoulder injury ... earned All-CIF Southern Section Division I first-team honors following his junior season ... as a sophomore, completed 55 percent of his passes for 1,480 yards, 17 touchdowns and three interceptions ... team went 7-3-1 and made the state playoffs in 2004 ... before 2004 season, when Fouch began as quarterback, team had gone 2-47 over the previous seven seasons ... also played basketball at Redlands East Valley ... listed as the No. 44 quarterback recruit in the nation and No. 55 overall prospect in his state by Scout ... tabbed the No. 21 pro-style QB prospect in the nation and the No. 72 overall recruit in California by Rivals ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... coached by Kurt Bruich ... father, John, played football at the University of Redlands.
Fouch's Career Statistics
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