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  Todd Husak
Todd Husak

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Long Beach, California

High School:
St. John Bosco

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 210

Position:
QB

Experience:
3V

04/23/2001

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From 1936 - Present

At Stanford: After two years as a backup quarterback, Todd Husak made the most of his starting assignment in 1998 as he put himself atop the Cardinal single season record book ... Not only did he become only the third QB in school history to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season (he threw for 3,092), but he moved into ninth place on Stanford's all-time passing chart with 3,876 career passing yards ... He is also 10th on Stanford's career total offense list with 3,737 yards ... Has completed 289-of-564 passes in his career with 23 touchdowns and 13 interceptions ... Possesses natural leadership abilities ... Has great poise and maturity.

The 1998 Season: In his first season as Stanford's starting quarterback, Todd threw for over 3,000 yards and put himself in an elite group of Cardinal quarterbacks ... By passing for 3,092 yards, Husak became the third QB in school history to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season ... The other two are Steve Stenstrom (3,627 in 1993) and John Elway (3,242 in 1982) ... Husak broke Stanford's single game passing record when he threw for 450 yards against Oregon State (26-for-48, 2 TDs), breaking Steve Dils' 1978 record of 430 ... Husak's 419 yards passing (25-for-45, TD) vs. UCLA was the third best single game effort in Stanford history ... On the season, he completed 233-of-447 (.521) with 17 touchdowns and just seven interceptions ... Had a string of 159 passes without an interception, breaking the Pac-10 record of 150 ... Husak's mark was later broken by Oregon State's Terrance Bryant ... Husak's 447 pass attempts ranked second to Stenstrom's 455 in 1993 ... The 233 pass completions ranked seventh on Stanford's single season chart ... Husak tallied 3,026 yards in total offense, the third highest single season total in school history behind Stenstrom and Elway ... Husak had four games of over 300 yards passing, including two over 400 ... He ranked third in the Pac-10 and 17th in the nation in total offense per game at 275.1 ... His other two 300-yard games came against North Carolina (23-of-38, 313 yards, one TD) and Arizona State (24-of-48, 335 yards, two TDs) ... He was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 and winner of the team's Gundelach Award as the top junior.

The 1997 Season: Played in six games, all in reserve of starting quarterback Chad Hutchinson ... Completed 37-of-78 (.474) for 582 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions ... Received his most extensive playing time in back-to-back games vs. USC and Washington State ... He replaced Hutchinson for the second half of the USC game, completing 18-of-36 for 266 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns ... The following week, Hutchinson injured his finger on the game's first play from scrimmage and Husak played the rest of the way ... He completed 12-of-27 for 155 yards and two touchdowns, but he also threw four interceptions ... Was impressive in a brief stint against UCLA when he completed three-of-five for 90 yards and led Stanford on its only scoring drive of the game ... The 85-yard drive was culminated by a 35-yard TD pass to Jimmie Johnson ... Husak was also the team's holder on field goals.

The 1996 Season: Played in four games as a backup to starting QB Chad Hutchinson, completing 19-of-39 passes for 202 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions ... His first game experience came in game #2 vs. San Jose State ... He completed two-of-four for 29 yards in game #4 at Washington ... His most extensive playing time occurred in game #7 when Hutchinson was knocked out of the game vs. Arizona State ... Husak drove Stanford into scoring position to the ASU 32-yard line in his first series ... In his next series, he drove the Cardinal 89-yards on nine plays for a touchdown, that coming on a 45-yard pass to tight end Greg Clark ... He finished the game 17-of-34 for 173 yards and one TD.

In High School: Blue Chip Report named him a prep All-American and the 10th best QB prospect in the West ... Super Prep Magazine named him to their All-Farwest Team ... He completed 138-of-240 for 1,720 yards and 15 TDs in 1995 for St. John Bosco High School in Southern California ... He was named First-Team All-Del Rey League ... 1995-96 CIF 1-A Southern Section Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... A Schutt Academic All-American following his senior season ... Played soccer for two seasons ... Selected First-Team All-Del Rey League as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society and California Scholastic Federation.

Personal Information:History major ... His father, Dr. Bill Husak, is the athletic director at Loyola-Marymount University.

Game-by-game with Husak in 1996

Opponent        PA  PC   Pct  Yds  Int TD
San Jose State   1   0  .000    0   0   0
@Washington      4   2  .500   29   0   0
Arizona State   34  17  .500  173   2   1
@California      0   0     0    0   0   0
*Michigan St.    2   1  .500   12   0   0
Totals          39  19  .487  202   2   1

* - Sun Bowl stats do not count towards season and career totals

Game-by-game with Husak in 1997

Opponent        PA  PC   Pct  Yds  Int TD
San Jose State   0   0  .000    0   0   0
Notre Dame       0   0  .000    0   0   0
Arizona State   10   4  .400   71   0   0
UCLA             5   3  .600   90   0   1
@USC            36  18  .500  266   0   2
@Wash. St.      27  12  .444  155   4   2
Totals          78  37  .474  582   4   5

Game-by-game with Husak in 1998

Opponent         PA   PC   Pct   Yds  Int TD
San Jose State   54   29  .537   298   2   3
Arizona          41   18  .439   274   1   2
North Carolina   38   23  .605   313   0   1
@Oregon          34   16  .471   211   0   2
@Notre Dame      41   25  .610   226   0   1
Oregon State     48   26  .542   450   2   2
@Arizona State   48   24  .500   335   1   2
@UCLA            45   25  .555   419   0   1
USC              33   18  .545   138   1   1
Washington State 28   12  .429   142   0   1
@California      37   17  .459   286   0   1
Totals          447  233  .521  3092   7  17

Husak's Career Stats

Year    G/GS   PA   PC   Pct   Yds Int  TD Tot Off
1996    4/0    39   19  .487   202   2   1    159
1997    6/0    78   37  .474   582   4   5    552
1998   11/11  447  233  .521  3092   7  17   3026
Totals 21/11  564  289  .512  3876  13  23   3737

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