He gave the Mountain West a new record by allowing 55 points to be scored in the First Half. He gave up Fresno State's 2nd-longest run from scrimmage. And that was CU's longest-ever run from scrimmage - 96-yards for a TD by little 5/7, 180-lb Robbie Rouse. He gave up a 97-yard TD pass to Fresno. He gave Fresno their first 4-INT game. (There was a 3-INT game in 1985, but no records could be found by press-time for a 4-INT game.) Fresno State was able to get Embree's QBs to throw two of those INTs for returned TDs, too. The Fresno Bee's article isn't very kind to Embree's team. "Colorado might be the worst, if not the most undisciplined, BCS program in the nation after drawing 11 penalties for 89 yards. But Fresno State hardly cared." Fresno only has 65-players on their roster, and all played by the start of the 4th Quarter. Some were playing both offense and defense - Fresno State is too small of program to have Div-1 levels of manpower on the sidelines. Embree still led his CU squad into Fresno to be overmanned and outcoached from the opening drive and beyond.