Washington: Transferred from Mt. San Antonio College in California. 2000: Did not start in the opener with Idaho, but started every game thereafter ... second on the team in sacks with six, double the total of any Husky defensive lineman in 1999 ... sack total was tied for seventh in the Pac-10 ... teamed with Larry Tripplett, Ossim Hatem and Jeremiah Pharms on a formidable defensive line that generated 21.5 total sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... third on the team in tackles for loss with eight, for 51 yards ... made an immediate impact with a sack in his first game, against Idaho ... had one of Huskies’ six sacks in 17-14 win at Colorado ... had best game tackling the following week, making seven stops ... forced a fumble on a sack of ASU’s Jeff Krohn in Huskies’ 21-15 win ... another sack, in the fourth quarter against the Sun Devils, gave Roberson first-career two-sack game.
High School and Personal: Born Nov. 29, 1980 ... played for coach Bill Fisk at Mt. San Antonio College … earned first-team All-Mission Conference Northern Division honors in 1999 … helped the Mounties to an 8-3 record and an appearance in the Mission Conference Bowl game … was a two year starter … totaled 62 tackles in 1999, including 26 solo stops … credited with 15 tackles for loss and nine sacks … broke up three passes, recovered two fumbles and caused three fumbles … was voted by Mounties’ coaching staff as the defensive player of the week three times during the season ... a sociology major.
Year G-S UA A Tot Loss FC FR PD Int Sacks 2000 11-9 13 14 27 8-51 2 0-0 0 0-0 6-47