Gaudy numbers: Chris Petersen's remarkable career

December 7, 2013 

POINTS PER GAME SINCE 2001 (PETERSEN’S ARRIVAL IN BOISE AS OC)

1. Boise State: 40.0

2. Oregon: 38.0

3. Texas Tech: 37.2

4. Texas: 36.9

5. Oklahoma: 36.7

NATIONAL WINNING PERCENTAGE SINCE 2001 (PETERSEN’S ARRIVAL IN BOISE AS OC)

1. Boise State: 86.4 (145-23)

2. Ohio State: 81.9 (136-30)

3. Oklahoma: 80.4 (139-34)

4. LSU: 78.9 (135-36)

5. USC: 78.4 (131-36)

PETERSEN AS HEAD COACH (SINCE 2006)

Bronco Stadium record: 48-2

Record against rankedopponents: 8-6

Games with at least 30 points: 72 of 104 games

Consecutive 12-win seasons: Four (2008-11, first team to do so since 1900)

Record when ranked: 71-9

Record on national TV: 58-11

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

2006: 13-0 (WAC champs)

2007: 10-3 (WAC, 2nd)

2008: 12-1 (WAC champs)

2009: 14-0 (WAC champs)

2010: 12-1 (WAC co-champs)

2011: 12-1 (MW, 2nd)

2012: 11-2 (MW co-champs)

2013: 8-4 (MW, Mountain, 2nd)

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING RANKS

2001: 18th (34.3)

2002: 1st (45.6)

2003: T-1st (43.0)

2004: 2nd (48.9)

2005: 9th (36.1)

2006: 2nd (39.7)

2007: 4th (42.4)

2008: 12th (37.6)

2009: T-1st (42.2)

2010: 2nd (45.1)

2011: 5th (44.2)

2012: 54th (30.2)

2013: T-14th (38.8)

ATTENDANCE (CAPACITY)

2006: 30,453 (30,000)

2007: 30,338 (30,000)

2008: 32,275 (32,000)

2009: 32,782 (33,500)

2010: 33,268 (33,500)

2011: 34,018 (33,500)

2012: 35,404 (36,387)

2013: 34,366 (36,387)

BOWL APPEARANCES

2007 Fiesta: Boise State 43, Oklahoma 42 (OT)

2007 Hawaii: East Carolina 41, Boise State 38

2008 Poinsettia: TCU 17, Boise State 16

2010 Fiesta: Boise State 17, TCU 10

2010 MAACO: Boise State 26, Utah 3

2011 MAACO: Boise State 56, Arizona State 24

2012 MAACO: Boise State 28, Washington 26

FINAL AP RANKINGS

2006: No. 5

2007: Not ranked

2008: No. 11

2009: No. 4

2010: No. 9

2011: No. 8

2012: No. 18

2013: Not ranked

NFL DRAFT PICKS

First round

OT Ryan Clady (2008)

CB Kyle Wilson (2010)

DE Shea McClellin (2012)

RB Doug Martin (2012)

Second round

S Gerald Alexander (2007)

WR Titus Young (2011)

CB Jamar Taylor (2013)

Third round

WR Austin Pettis (2011)

DE Tyrone Crawford (2012)

Fifth round

WR Legedu Naanee (2007)

CB Orlando Scandrick (2008)

S George Iloka (2012)

Sixth round

LB Korey Hall (2007)

DL Billy Winn (2012)

Seventh round

CB Brandyn Thompson (2011)

TE Derek Schouman (2007)

OT Nate Potter (2012)

VS. INDIVIDUAL TEAMS

Fresno State 7-1

Nevada 7-1

Utah State 6-0

Wyoming 6-0

Idaho 5-0

Louisiana Tech 5-0

New Mexico State 5-0

San Jose State 5-0

Hawaii 5-1

Southern Miss 4-0

Colorado State 3-0

New Mexico 3-0

Air Force 2-0

Bowling Green 2-0

Miami (Ohio) 2-0

Oregon 2-0

Oregon State 2-0

Toledo 2-0

Tulsa 2-0

UNLV 2-0

Utah 2-0

Arizona State 1-0

Georgia 1-0

Idaho State 1-0

Oklahoma 1-0

Sacramento State 1-0

UC Davis 1-0

UT Martin 1-0

Virginia Tech 1-0

Weber State 1-0

BYU 1-1

San Diego State 1-2

TCU 1-2

Washington 1-2

East Carolina 0-1

Michigan State 0-1

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