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UC Davis' defense forces timely turnovers, offense finishes with 651 yards against last year's co-Big Sky champion
Football's next two games will take place at Aggie Stadium, starting with Saturday's 6 p.m. league matchup
Aggies to host Northern Colorado at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Aggie Stadium
Aggies win for the second straight time at Hornet Stadium with impressive performance
2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Won team's T. PALMER MOODY AWARD as outstanding sophomore... Completed 296 of 451 passes for 3,478 yards, 27 touchdowns and 16 interceptions for 143.07 rating in first year as starting QB... Set school records for completions, regular-season attempts and regular-season yards... Ranked 3rd nationally in completions (26.91 per game)... Led conference and ranked 5th in Div. I-FCS with 3,478 yards (316.2 per game)... Also was 1st in conference, 6th in nation at 300.8 total offense per game... Broke 300-yard milestone on six occasions, including five straight down the stretch capped by season-best 434 at San Diego in season finale... Hit 59-yard TD (season long) to Bakari Grant in opening minutes vs. Toreros... Earned GWC Offensive Player of the Week for that performance... Became seventh Aggie and first sophomore to crack 400 in a game... Non-seniors to achieve such a feat were freshman Jim Speck (1973), and juniors Kevin Daft (twice in 1997) and J.T. O'Sullivan (twice in 2000)... First career TD pass was 19-yarder to Chris Carter in third quarter vs. Central Arkansas... First rushing TD was 1-yarder to cap 17-play, 91-yard drive in fourth at Montana... Connected on 38-yard Hail Mary to Bakari Grant in dramatic 34-30 win over Northern Colorado, one of four TDs in the game.... Threw for season-best 5 TDs on just 30 attempts vs. Iona... Managed just 5 passing TDs in first four starts, but broke loose for 22 in final seven... Completed 70 percent of his passes in four games, including 31-for-38 (81.6) vs. Montana.
2007: Made collegiate debut at home vs. Cal Poly... Completed 4 of 7 passes for 25 yards... Entered game with 6:31 remaining in fourth quarter, then hit Bakari Grant for back-to-back passes of 12 and 15 yards.
2006: Co-winner of GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as team's outstanding redshirt... Selected as team's Scout Offense Player of the Week after Youngstown State game.
PLACER HS '06: Passed for 1,507 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior, then improved to 1,730 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior... Named to All-Sierra Foothill League second team in 2004, then made first team in 2005... Earned teams Coaches Award as a junior, then Offensive Player of the Year as a senior... Added Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention in 2005... Ranked among the top four quarterbacks at Stanford's Nike Camp... Also rated on various online scouting services: No. 11 in West by Studentsports.com, No. 7 in California, No. 58 nationally by Scout.com and No. 32 nationally by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL: Born in Newport Beach, Calif.... Majoring in economics... Parents are Gregory & Stephanie Denham... Nickname is
"G-Dog"... Proudest personal accomplishment was ranking among the top four QBs at the Stanford combine.
Maier named National Performer of the Week
Aggies' offense erupts in rout of North Dakota
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Aggies host North Dakota in Big Sky home opener
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vs. 10/10Eastern Washington (6 p.m.)