Aggies visit Bears for 12:05 p.m. (PDT) kickoff on Saturday
UC Davis continues Big Sky action against Lumberjacks on Saturday at 4 p.m.
Aggies seek first win of the season with 1 p.m. kickoff on Saturday
UC Davis continues long roadtrip with matchup against UND
UC Davis set to kickoff at
2004: ALL-GFWC FIRST TEAM... Finished 4th on team with 35 receptions for 520 yards and 1 TD... Caught exactly 5 passes in each of final five games... Was 25-for-334 in second half of season, including season-best 90 yards vs. North Dakota State... Lone TD was 20-yarder from Jon Grant in 2nd quarter vs. Stephen F. Austin... Longest pass of season was 30-yarder against Sacramento State, which set up an O.J. Swanigan TD run.
2003: Won team's T. PALMER MOODY AWARD as outstanding sophomore... Appeared in 6 games, starting all but one... Collected 14 receptions for 279 yards and 2 TDs... Average gain of 19.9 was highest among any Aggie with 10 or more catches... First career TD was a 24-yarder from Ryan Flanigan to end 1st half at North Dakota State... Hauled in first collegiate reception against Grand Valley State, a key 18-yarder from Flanigan on 4th-and-9 situation, setting up a Dusty Apocotos field goal that forced overtime... Posted season highs of 5 catches, 79 yards at Texas State... Scored 3-yard TD reception (from Jon Barragan) with 6:24 remaining in 4th against Sacramento State, giving Aggies a 24-20 lead.
2002: On roster, did not play.
FULLERTON UNION HS '01: All-Freeway League performer in football, basketball and baseball... Captured All-CIF honors in football and was named team MVP... Named All-SoCalHoops D-IIA honorable mention as a senior in basketball.
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 23, 1983 in Anaheim, Calif.... Animal science major... Parents are David & Chandra Fells... Sports hero is Magic Johnson... Nicknamed "Rev"... Non-sports hero is Denzel Washington... Fittingly, his favorite movies are Remember The Titans and John Q.
Dr. Jeremiah Ray: Two Decades Later
Doss sets new single-season record in home finale
at Sacramento State (2 p.m.)