Air Force at Colorado State; Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium
CSU Football vs. Air Force Highlights, Nov. 26, 2011
2011 (Senior): A veteran senior, played in all 12 games, with one start...Caught 13 passes for 121 yards (9.3 avg.)...Out of spring ball, shifted to fullback in the Rams' complex pro-style offense and spent all of fall camp in that role, as a hybrid threat out of either the backfield or slot...Moved back to a more traditional receiver position entering Week 1...In season-opening win at New Mexico (Sept. 3), registered his first career tackle, dropping kickoff-return man Lamaar Thomas on the kickoff to open the second half...In home-opening win over Northern Colorado (Sept. 10), made a 13-yard catch to convert a third-and-long on a second-quarter TD drive...In Denver loss vs. Colorado (Sept. 17), made multiple clutch catches during team's final drive...In second quarter of exhilarating win at Utah State (Sept. 24), converted a fourth-and-3 pass, but penalty erased the gain... Made a clutch catch late in first half of 38-31 loss vs. San Jose State (Oct. 1), converting a third down...In loss at UTEP (Oct. 22), made his initial 2011 start, his first since Oct. 2, 2010...Late in first half of loss vs. Air Force (Nov. 26), recorded a career-long 42-yard reception, from Garrett Grayson, to launch the Rams on a two-minute drill...In career finale, vs. Wyoming (Dec. 3), converted a key fourth-and-4 on a second-half TD drive to help the Rams erase a two-score deficit.
2010 (Junior): Played in nine games with two starts...A big, sure-handed receiver, battled ankle injuries during the year, but still caught 18 passes for 157 yards (8.7 avg.) with one touchdown...Also had three carries for 7 yards (2.3 avg.) as a wildcat QB...In season-opening loss vs. Colorado (Sept. 4) at Invesco Field, established a career high with three receptions and matched a personal best with five touches, including his two carries...At Nevada (Sept. 11), in the second quarter, kept his concentration to secure a 14-yard pass from Pete Thomas after the ball split two defenders...In only Week 3 at Miami-Ohio (Sept. 18), improved his receptions and receiving yards past his 2009 single-season career highs; had three grabs for 40 yards in RedHawks contest, including a 17-yard, fourth-quarter grab that converted a third-and-15... In dramatic 36-34 win vs. Idaho (Sept. 25), drew a starting assignment and his 11-yard TD reception from Pete Thomas with 6: 24 remaining in the regulation, which would've tied the game if not for the miss on the ensuing PAT attempt, was the first score of the receiver's career...Started following week vs. No. 5 TCU (Oct. 2), but sprained his ankle...Dressed but did not play in ensuing game at No. 25 Air Force (Oct. 9)...Aggravated the ankle injury in win vs. UNLV (Oct. 16) and did not travel to face No. 9 Utah (Oct. 23)...Returned to action in 38-14 win vs. New Mexico (Oct. 30), catching a 13-yard pass to convert a third-and-12, on a third-quarter TD drive...Caught three passes at SDSU (Nov. 6)...Aggravated the ankle injury in Aztecs contest and did not play following week vs. BYU (Nov. 13)...At Wyoming (Nov. 20), converted a third-down with a 12-yard catch.
2009 (Sophomore): Played in seven games as a WR, with one start...Served as a reserve QB late in the season, but did not play...Caught six passes for 60 yards (10.0 avg.)...An occasional wildcat QB, also ran three times for 9 yards (3.0 avg.)...In second quarter of 24-23 win vs. Weber State (Sept. 12), made two significant contributions on a seven-play, 85-yard TD drive; first, made a key crack-back block to help spring Leonard Mason on a 14-yard run, then caught a 19-yard pass to pierce the Wildcats' red zone...In 35-20 win vs. Nevada (Sept. 19), left in the first quarter with an ankle injury, but returned in the second quarter; later left after aggravating the injury in the third...Did not play in losses at BYU (Sept. 26), at Idaho (Oct. 3) and vs. Utah (Oct. 10)...Following Utes game, began taking practice reps as the team's third QB after Klay Kubiak's season-ending shoulder surgery...Returned to action in loss at No. 8 TCU (Oct. 17), playing receiver...In loss vs. San Diego State (Oct. 24), had both a carry and reception, a 16-yard sideline grab late in the game...In loss vs. Air Force (Oct. 31), saw occasional snaps as a QB...In loss at UNLV (Nov. 7), made his first career start, at WR, and had two receptions within the team's initial three plays, matching a career best; went on to catch four passes in the contest...Made a significant transition to quarterback after the Rebels game and the two bye-week practices, taking his most reps at the position since the fall of 2008...Did not play at New Mexico (Nov. 21) or vs. Wyoming (Nov. 27), when he was the team's No. 2 quarterback.
2008 (Freshman): Played in eight games...Caught two passes for 11 yards (5.5 avg.), threw an incomplete pass and had two carries for 2 yards...Having never played wide receiver previously, began taking reps as a scout-team wideout after the Rams' Week 2 contest, with CSU hoping to find an outlet for his athleticism after he won the slam-dunk contest of the spring Rams Superstars Competition with a 360-degree jam...Moved into the game plan prior to the team's third tilt, vs. Houston (Sept. 20), and actually made his college debut, officially on the field as a receiver for one snap, in Cougars contest...Got his first touch one week later at Cal (Sept. 27), taking a direct snap for a 10-yard gain and a first down...Against TCU (Oct. 11), made the first two receptions of his career, both from Klay Kubiak on the same third-quarter drive...In New Mexico Bowl triumph vs. Fresno State (Dec. 20), threw his first career pass, a third-quarter incompletion on a reverse pass, intended for QB Billy Farris.
2007: Redshirted in his first season of college eligibility.
High School: A 2006 Wendy's High School Heisman Nominee at Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando, Fla., was voted state athlete of the year in 2007...Lettered in five sports: football (4), basketball (3), baseball (2), track and field (2) and weightlifting (3)...Earned 2005 District 10 player of the year and second-team all-state honors as a junior...Won Lake Highland football offensive MVP in 2005, and the 2006 team leadership award...Helped lead Lake Highland to a district championship as a sophomore in 2004, followed by consecutive district runner-up finishes in `05 and `06...Competed against 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow (Ponte Vedra Beach)...Named to the nation's Elite 100 QBs, Class of 2007, by Rivals.com/EA Sports...A member of the National Junior Honor Society...Also was named in 2005 the best jumper on his Lake Highland track team...Played small forward in basketball pitched and played first base in baseball, and ran the 200 and 400 meters and made jumps in track...High school football coach was his father, Tim Borcky Sr.
Personal: Given name Timothy Joseph Borcky Jr. ...Born June 24, 1989, in Memphis, Tenn. ...Son of Tim and Mary-Ann Borcky...Has one younger brother, Bobby, his teammate again at Colorado State...Father, Tim, was an offensive tackle at Memphis State who was drafted in the seventh round of the 1988 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills...Three uncles also played college football, Dennis Borcky (Memphis State), Kevin Borcky (Memphis State) and Paul Borcky (Syracuse)...Dennis also played in the NFL, for the New York Giants...Another uncle, Rich Borcky, played basketball at Millersville College...Aunt, Anne Borcky, played basketball at Holy Cross, and another aunt, Patty Borcky, played basketball and volleyball at Wilmington...In February before the '10 season, devoted a night to prepare food and serve dinner to homeless individuals at the Open Door Mission in Old Town Fort Collins...For a month during the summer of 2010, interacted with low-income Linton Elementary students at a local clubhouse, in conjunction with the Larimer County Food Bank, Fort Collins Recreation and Vineyard church...Majoring in sociology...Hometown: Orlando, Fla.