Record-breaking Nevada-Reno running back Charvez Foger has become the first football player in Big Sky Conference history to be named first-team all-league four straight seasons.
Two Weber State gridders also made the first team. Running back Fine Unga was honored for the second straight season, and outside linebacker Taani Tai tied for a spot on the all-conference squad.Foger, a senior from Las Vegas, Nev., broke the Big Sky's career rushing record this season. He finished with a league-leading 1,284 yards for the 1988 campaign and 4,484 yards during his four years.
Unga, a senior from Provo, Utah, was second in the Big Sky in all-purpose rushing this season, averaging 165.2 yards a game and 6.6 yards per play on the way to becoming another unanimous first-team pick.
Tai, a senior out of Salt Lake City, averaged almost four tackles a game for the Wildcats.