McBriar, 6-0, 213 pounds, played three years for Hawaii, and joined the team at the suggestion of San Diego Chargers punter Darren Bennett, who, like McBriar, was a standout athlete in their native Australia. He punted 131 times for 5,531 yards (42.2 avg.) with 32 attempts downed inside the 20-yard line during his career. Only Broncos kicker Jason Elam (43.5-yard average, 1988-92) had a better punting average in school history. McBriar was born July 8, 1979 in Melbourne, Australia.
Sapp, 5-11, 229 pounds, finished his collegiate career with 2,482 yards and 28 touchdowns on 504 carries (4.9 avg.) in 28 games. His career rushing total ranks seventh on the schoolís all-time rushing list. He made a successful return to the gridiron in 2002 after missing the previous season due to surgery to remove a benign tumor from his right heel, and became only the 15th player in school history to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season during his final campaign. He was born Dec. 28, 1978 in Miami, Fla. *