Dec. 16, 2013
Mobile, Ala.-------San Jose State University's record-setting quarterback David Falesaccepted an invitation to play in the 2014 Reese's Senior Bowl all-star football game.
The 2014 game is scheduled for January 25, 3:00 p.m. (CT)/1:00 p.m. (PT) at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The NFL Network will televise the game live.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Spartan completed a brilliant two-year career leading the Spartans to an overall 17-8 win-loss record, a 2012 Military Bowl victory and the program's first win over a top-25 ranked team in 13 years when San Jose State defeated #16-ranked and previously unbeaten Fresno State, 62-52, on November 29, 2013.
Fales completed 68.1 percent of his passes for 8,382 yards and 66 touchdowns at San Jose State. He shares or holds 28 San Jose State single-game, season and career records and has a hand on three Mountain West Conference marks.
In the 63-year history of the Senior Bowl, Fales is the first San Jose State quarterback to accept an invitation to play in the game.
San Jose State players in the Senior Bowl
|1971||Dave Chaney, LB||Kansas City, 14th round (#360)|
|1972||Cody Jones, DT||Los Angeles Rams, 5th round (#129)||8 NFL seasons, 110 games played|
|1974||Dave Wasick, DE||Kansas City, 6th round (#139)||2 NFL seasons|
|Louie Wright, CB||Denver, 1st round (#17)||12 NFL seasons, 167 games played|
|1975||Kim Bokamper, DE||Miami, 1st round (#19)||9 NFL seasons, 127 games played|
|1976||Wilson Faumuina, DT||Atlanta, 1st round (#20)||6 NFL seasons, 74 games played|
|1977||Gerald Small, DB||Miami, 4th round (#93)||7 NFL seasons, 104 games played|
|1980||Jewerl Thomas, HB||Los Angeles Rams, 3rd round (#58)||4 NFL seasons, 56 games played|
|1981||Mark Nichols, WR||Detroit, 1st round (#16)||7 NFL seasons, 76 games played|
|2009||Coye Francies, CB||Cleveland, 6th round (#191)||4 NFL seasons, 23 games played|
|2010||Justin Cole, LB||3 NFL seasons, 20 games played|
|2013||Travis Johnson, DE||2013 San Francisco 49ers free agent signee|
|Ryan Otten, TE||2013 San Diego Chargers practice squad|
|David Quessenberry, OT||Houston, 6th round (#176)||2013 Houston Texans injured reserve|
|2014||David Fales, QB|