2007 (Senior): Voted team captain before each of CSU's 12 games, the only Rams offensive player to receive that honor...Led the conference in passing efficiency (144.6) and finished 19th nationally, completing 188 of 293 passes (64.2 percent) for 2,455 yards and 18 TDs, with 15 interceptions...Compiled those numbers despite being sacked more than any conference quarterback, 35 times...Also was fourth in the MWC with 205.1 yards of total offense per game, and left ranked seventh all-time in Mountain West annals with 6,523 total yards...On the conference's all-time passing TD list, ranks fifth with 39...Became only the sixth CSU passer to break 6,000 career yards, and surpassed No. 5 Anthoney Hill (6,020, 1991-94) and No. 4 Bradlee Van Pelt (6,169, 2001-03) on the school's all-time list; only Kelly Stouffer (7,141, 1984-86), Terry Nugent (7,103, 1980-83) and Moses Moreno (6,689, 1994-97) had more in a Rams uniform...His 39 TD passes broke a three-way tie with Van Pelt and Hill for third on CSU's all-time list; only Matt Newton (41, 1998-2000) and Moreno (49, 1994-97) sit higher on the chart...Finished with a 64.2 completion percentage in 2007, the best single-season mark in Rams history; topped Justin Holland (63.7 in 2005) for the school record...Additionally finished with a 61.0 completion percentage for his career, the second-best mark in CSU annals; Hanie (495-for-811) is second all-time behind Holland (62.1, 2002-05)...Concluded the season in strong fashion, with one INT over his last 85 passes; threw 81 passes without an interception until Wyoming ended the streak -- which covered 13-plus quarters -- in season finale...Finished with a 64.2 completion percentage in 2007, the best single-season mark in Rams history; Hanie (188-for-293) topped Justin Holland (63.7 in 2005) for the school record...Three times in 2007 (Games 1, 3, and 11), threw for three TDs, his career high...For the most part, turned in a strong senior performance, and likely would be perceived as having had a solid year if not for the Rams' record...One of the most accurate deep passers his coaches have seen, also ranked second in the conference with 18 TD passes...Had thrown for a TD pass in seven straight games, every 2007 contest, until Utah snapped the streak in Game 8...Unflappable leader of CSU offense, engineered 50 scoring drives, including seven during emotional final game, a win over arch-rival Wyoming...Matched his career best with three TDs -- all to TE Kory Sperry -- in heartbreaking, 31-28 overtime loss at Colorado (Sept. 1)...Threw for career-high 301 yards vs. No. 10 Cal (Sept. 1)...Again matched the career-high with three TDs, at Houston (Sept. 22); used his size to muscle through the pile and convert a fourth-and-1 in the third quarter, then on the ensuing play hit a streaking Luke Roberts in stride down the left sideline for a 53-yard touchdown that put CSU up 24-10...In Cougars contest, also threw a perfect 37-yard TD toss to Dion Morton and a 21-yard TD screen to John Mosure...Started at TCU (Sept. 29) near his hometown and delivered a gutty effort to keep CSU within range late in the game; found Damon Morton on a 54-yard touchdown strike early in the fourth quarter...In difficult loss vs. San Diego State (Oct. 6), again connected with Damon Morton for a 40-yard touchdown into the wind with just 2:29 to play, giving CSU a 20-17 lead, but the Rams couldn't hold the lead in a 24-20 decision; in that fourth quarter, became only the ninth passer in school history to eclipse 5,000 career passing yards...Endured a career-most four interceptions, one of which was tipped at the line, in loss vs. Air Force (Oct. 13); did, however, extend his streak of games with a TD pass, with a 7-yard toss to Damon Morton that capped CSU's best drive of the day, a 13-play, 80-yard series...In extremely windy conditions at UNLV (Oct. 20), quietly guided the Rams to their first win, an emotional triumph, by completing 13 of 19 passs for 218 yards and one TD; did not throw an INT -- UNLV threw three -- and would've had another TD had the Rebels not stripped one of his receivers on a perfectly placed bomb early in the game...Later in UNLV contest, found Damon Morton for a 34-yard TD to give the Rams a commanding fourth-quarter lead...At BYU (Nov. 3), carried 10 times for 18 yards and six hard-earned first downs, prompting Head Coach Sonny Lubick to call him the toughest warrior on the field...In gut-wrenching loss at New Mexico (Nov. 10), connected on 13 of 19 passes for 221 yards, two long TDs and no interceptions; found Johnny Walker on a 64-yard bomb to put CSU on the board in the first quarter, then hit Walker again on a 31-yard TD late in the first half...Guided CSU on a pair of fourth-quarter field-goal drives in Lobos contest to knot the game at 23, before UNM kicked a last-second field goal to crush the Rams' spirits...Was masterful in victory over Georgia Southern (Nov. 17), completing 13 of 16 passes (81.3 percent) for 244 yards and three TDs...Engineered in Eagles contest six consecutive TD drives, the second of which ended when he stood in the face of multiple defenders and dumped a short screen to Gartrell Johnson, who found the end zone; he also ran 24 yards to set up a second-quarter score, and delivered an absolutely perfect pass to Damon Morton on a 57-yard touchdown...For the fourth game in his career, against GSU Hanie threw for three TDs, his career best...Demonstrated his poise in collegiate finale, leading Rams to 36-28 triumph over rival Wyoming (Nov. 23); hit 72.7 percent of his passes for 245 yards, including a pair of scores: a screen to Gartrell Johnson and a perfect strike to Luke Roberts, each of which were gave CSU a lead. 2006 (Junior): Started all 12 games at quarterback...Completed 20 of 37 passes for 162 yards vs. San Diego State...Completed 14 of 23 passes for 138 yards and one touchdown vs. TCU...Completed 13 of 30 pass attempts for 186 yards and one touchdown vs. Utah...Completed 13 passes on 23 attempts for 125 yards vs. BYU...Completed a career-high 25 passes, on 40 attempts for 254 yards and two touchdowns, vs. New Mexico...Threw for 217 yards and completed 23 of a career-high 45 attempts vs. Wyoming...Had a season-high 282 yards and two touchdowns against Air Force; completed 23 passes on 28 attempts for 257 yards and one touchdown, and also had a rushing touchdown...Was 15-of-23 for 248 yards and a career-high three touchdowns vs. Fresno State...Was 14-of-25 for 113 yards and had 12 rushes for 32 yards vs. Nevada...Named the state player of the week by the National Football Foundation's Colorado Chapter for his effort vs. Colorado...Went 20-of-23 for 233 yards and a touchdown vs. Buffs...Started at quarterback in the season opener vs. Weber State, had 212 yards on 15-of-22 passing, and five rushes for 30 yards and a rushing touchdown. 2005 (Sophomore): Played as a reserve in Poinsettia Bowl vs. Navy; completed two of six passes for 50 yards...Appeared in four overall games in 2005, all as a reserve...Completed one pass for 30 yards and rushed for 23 yards at UNLV...Threw for 20 yards against Air Force...Came off the bench to throw for 151 yards and two touchdowns at Minnesota. 2004 (Freshman): Had 229 yards on 17-of-27 passing against Air Force...Completed 12 of 16 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns while running for another score against UNLV...Threw for 190 yards and two touchdowns while running for another against Utah...Was 20-of-36 for a career-high 285 yards and two touchdowns against New Mexico...Replacing an injured Justin Holland, made his first career start, against Wyoming, and completed 11-of-22 for 167 yards...Came in against San Diego State and was 12-of-19 passing for 115 yards and a touchdown. High School: Threw 28 touchdown passes with only three interceptions in his senior year at Forney (Texas) High School...A first-team all-district selection, also garnered the district's offensive most valuable player...Was all-state honorable mention as a senior...Participated in the Coca-Cola All-Star game, where he threw for 169 yards and two touchdowns...Threw for more than 1,500 yards, completing more than 60 percent of his passes, as a senior...Took his team to the Division 3A semifinals in 2003 after a regional appearance in 2002...Head football coach was Kevin Rush. Personal: Born Sept. 11, 1985, in Dallas, Texas...Son of Robert and Karen Hanie of Forney...has three sisters...Caleb and his wife, Andrea, were married in July of 2006...Full name: Caleb Jeffrey Hanie...Majoring in history.