Junior Quarterback Brett Smith and Wide Receiver Unit Shine for Offense, Senior Defensive Back Marqueston Huff and Freshman Linebacker Lucas Wacha Standout for Defense
Defense Starts Fast and Forces Three Turnovers, But Offense Wins the Day in First Major Spring Scrimmage
Offense Enjoys Big Day, Winning 73 to 23, Sophomore Punter Tim Gleeson Leaves Team
Cowboys Practice Outside in War Memorial Stadium for the First Time This Spring
Several New Coaches and New Players Participate in First Spring Drills for Cowboys
UW This Season: Berger brings experience to the receiving corps as a junior. He was second on the depth chart at one of the receiver spots, behind junior Dominic Rufran, after spring drills concluded.
2012: In 11 games, Berger caught three balls for 36 yards. His best game of the season was at Idaho, when he caught a 15-yard TD pass with less than 12 minutes to go in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 27. Wyoming went on to win the game in overtime, 40-37.
Junior College: Berger was used mostly as a blocking tight end at Diablo Valley, but had five catches and one touchdown in his last season.
High School: Berger played his high school ball at San Ramon Valley High School. He was named the offensive MVP his senior year, the same year he tallied 42 catches for 758 yards in 10 games. Berger was the Contra Costa County Player of the Week his junior year for an eight-catch, 160-yard performance in which he caught the game-winning TD. He played for head coach Mark Kessler.
Personal: Born Nov. 22, 1991, Berger has twin siblings, Sydney and Kendall. He is pursuing a degree in sociology at UW.