(As of Aug. 24) Played in the first preseason game against the Toronto Argonauts…Completed eight of 13 passes for 115 yards and registered one carry for nine yards…Has started all nine regular season games...Completed 25 of 36 passing attempts for 344 yards and registered two carries for 12 yards, one fumble, one rushing touchdown and one interception June 16 at Calgary...Completed 19 of 29 passing attempts for 332 yards, three touchdowns and one interception and rushed for 59 yards on seven carries June 22 at Edmonton en route to being named a CFL Top Performer for Week 2...Completed 31 of 41 pass attempts for 369 yards, one touchdown and one interception and rushed for six yards on two carries June 29 versus Winnipeg en route to being named a CFL Top Performer for the second-straight week...Named one of the CFL’s Top Performers of the Month for June…Completed 23 out of 43 passing attempts for 333 yards and one interception and registered five carries for 60 yards, two team losses for 11 yards and one defensive tackle July 5 at Saskatchewan, and also matched the CFL record for most consecutive 300-yard passing games, joining Montreal’s Sam Etcheverry (1956) and Saskatchewan’s Kent Austin (1991) with nine...Completed 20 of 28 pass attempts for 184 yards and one interception, and registered three carries for 24 yards July 19 versus Saskatchewan...Completed 26 of 38 pass attempts for 352 yards and a touchdown, and added two carries for 10 yards July 28 versus Ottawa...Completed 17 of 26 pass attempts for 300 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, and added five carries for 36 yards and one touchdown August 3 at Montreal…Completed 17 of 27 pass attempts for 251 yards and a touchdown, added seven carries for 80 yards, achieving 1,000 total rushing yards in his CFL career August 10 at Winnipeg...Completed 27 of 44 pass attempts for 419 yards, one touchdown and one interception and added five carries for 27 yards August 23 versus Edmonton.
Played in both preseason games...Played in all 18 regular season games, starting 10 times, at quarterback for the Tiger-Cats...Registered 249 completions on 391 pass attempts (63.7%) for 3,177 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions...Added 70 carries for 446 yards and four touchdowns...Registered seven pass completions on 15 attempts (46.7%) for 77 yards and one interception, and added three carries for 43 yards July 28 at Calgary...Recorded 2 carries for four yards and one touchdown August 12 versus Winnipeg...Completed 19 passes on 33 attempts for 219 yards, one touchdown and one interception on September 4 versus Toronto...Posted 17 pass completions on 31 attempts for 231 yards and added seven carries for 73 yards September 9 at Ottawa, en route to being named a CFL Top Performer for Week 12...Registered 28 completions on 48 attempts for 328 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions, and added nine carries for 62 yards September 15 versus Saskatchewan...Completed 23 passes on 35 attempts (65.7%) for 226 yards and two touchdowns September 22 at BC...Recorded 27 pass completions on 33 attempts (81.8%) for 338 yards and two touchdowns October 6 at Winnipeg....Registered 24 completions on 41 attempts for 326 yards and one interception October 13 versus Calgary...Posted 19 completions on 28 attempts for 320 yards and two touchdowns, and added four carries for 28 yards...Registered 32 completions on 46 attempts for 438 yards and four touchdowns October 30 at Ottawa...Completed 28 passes on 37 attempts (75.7%) for 318 yards and one touchdown, and added seven carries for 88 yards and one touchdown November 3 versus Montreal.
Played in all 18 regular season games, starting eight times, at quarterback for the Tiger-Cats...Completed 230 of 332 pass attempts (69.3%) for 2,695 yards with 15 touchdowns and 12 interceptions...Added 44 carries for 180 yards and six touchdowns...Recorded 31 completions on 38 attempts for a career-high 391 yards and three touchdowns, setting a CFL record with 23 consecutive completions en route to being named the Shaw CFL Top Performer for Week 5...Finished the season ranked tied for sixth in CFL rushing touchdowns (6), tied for seventh in passing touchdowns (15) and eighth in passing yards (2,695). PLAYOFFS: Played in the Eastern Semi-Final November 13 versus Edmonton...Registered one completion for 46 yards and added four carries for six yards with one touchdown.
Dressed in six regular season games with the Tiger-Cats…Lone regular season game action came in the final game November 7 at Ottawa, completing 11 of 21 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown, and adding six carries for 27 rushing yards and a touchdown…The rushing touchdown was the first of his CFL career. PLAYOFFS: Started both of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, completing 42 of 60 passes for 490 yards and two touchdowns, and adding 22 carries for 102 rushing yards and two touchdowns…Led Hamilton to a 25-22 win over Toronto in the Eastern Semi-Final, completing 12-of-18 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown, while adding 58 rushing yards and another touchdown on the ground…Continued his two-pronged attack in the Eastern Final against Ottawa, passing for 349 yards and two touchdowns, and rushing for 40 yards and another touchdown in a 35-28 loss to the Redblacks.
Dressed all 18 regular season games, starting in one, in his second season with the Tiger-Cats…completed 21 of 45 passes for 293 yards and one touchdown…added 14 carries for 57 rushing yards…made first career start vs. Calgary on July 18. Playoffs: Dressed in both of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 102nd Grey Cup vs. Calgary.
Dressed in all 18 regular season games in his first season with the Tiger-Cats after being traded on February 5…completed one of two passing attempts for 12 yards and a touchdown…added 10 carries for 61 yards rushing….made CFL debut at Toronto on June 28…threw first career touchdown vs. Montreal on October 26. Playoffs: Dressed all three of the Tiger-Cats playoffs games, including their Grey Cup loss to Saskatchewan, but did not record any stats
Spent the season on the injured list after signing with the Edmonton Eskimos on April 10.
Finished his NCAA career at Ole Miss in 2010 after two seasons at Oregon (2008-09)…threw for 2,039 yards and 14 touchdowns while rushing for 635 yards and six rushing touchdowns…finished his NCAA career with 5,930 passing yards, 1,930 rushing yards, 42 passing touchdowns and 29 rushing touchdowns…earned second-team All-Pac 10 honours and the team’s Most Outstanding Player award in 2009…led Oregon to a Pac-10 Championship and a Rose Bowl appearance in 2009…named the MVP of the Holiday Bowl in 2008…also played one season at City College of San Francisco (2007) where he was named Offensive MVP after leading his team to the National Junior College Championship.