2009 (Senior): A member of the Rimington Trophy watch list for the nation's top center, started all 12 games...An honorable-mention all-conference selection, snapped the ball on all but two of CSU's 136 offensive drives, and did not have a single bad snap in more than 700 offensive plays...Allowed only one sack in more than 300 passing plays this year, and had 55 knockdown blocks and nearly 50 "outstanding efforts"...Graded out better than 80 percent in every game, and better than 90 percent in eight of those contests...In reverberating 23-17 win at Colorado (Sept. 6), helped the Rams outgain the Buffs on the ground 168-29, including a crushing block at the point of attack to spring Leonard Mason on a 16-yard run to help CSU escape the shadow of its own goal line in the second quarter...In 24-23 win vs. Weber State (Sept. 12), scored his first college touchdown by alertly falling on a second-quarter Leonard Mason fumble in the end zone to give CSU a 17-6 lead...In conference-opening loss at BYU (Sept. 26), helped the Rams pass for 372 yards, their most since the 2005 Poinsettia Bowl...In bitter 31-29 loss at Idaho (Oct. 3), helped the Rams hold Idaho without a sack while passing for four TDs and gaining 139 ground yards against the WAC's top rushing defense...In 24-17 loss vs. Utah (Oct. 10), helped Leonard Mason to 130 yards on the ground, and threw a big block to spring Zac Pauga on a 17-yard screen pass in the second quarter...In last-second loss at New Mexico (Nov. 21), helped John Mosure to a career-high 177 rushing yards.
2008 (Junior): An honorable-mention all-MWC choice, played in all 13 games, starting each at center, including the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20)...In team's first win, vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 6), helped to create a hole for Gartrell Johnson's 1-yard touchdown that gave the Rams a second-half lead...In win vs. Houston (Sept. 20), sustained a third-quarter knee injury and left for the remainder of the period before returning for the fourth quarter...In important win at San Diego State (Oct. 25), got out in front of Dion Morton to throw a key block on a go-ahead TD run late in the third quarter...In tough, 45-42 loss vs. No. 17 BYU (Nov. 1), pulled to seal off multiple defenders, allowing Johnson a clear lane into the end zone for a go-ahead TD, punctuated by a chest bump between Johnson and former Rams standout Joey Porter.
2007 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games with nine starts at center...Emerged from fall camp as the starting center and got the nod in the season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1) but sprained his ankle and did not play in Week 2 vs. No. 10 Cal (Sept. 8)...Played on special teams at Houston (Sept. 22), then returned to his starting center role at TCU (Sept. 29)...Played as a reserve lineman vs. Air Force (Oct. 13), then started at UNLV (Oct. 20), helping the Rams gain 279 yards on the ground in emotional first win...Contributed to Gartrell Johnson's 172 rushing yards at New Mexico (Nov. 10), and 136 more in win vs. Georgia Southern (Nov. 17).
2006 (Freshman): Played in seven of the Rams' 12 games, starting five, including the final three.
2005: Redshirted as a true freshman in his first season of college eligibility...Originally recruited as a fullback.
High School: Played football and soccer, and competed in track at Loyola High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif. ...Earned two varsity football letters, three in soccer and three in track...Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior, and was named the Sierra League's most valuable lineman...Was twice named to the all-conference team, and also earned all-Southern Section CIF honors as a senior.
Personal: Given name Timothy Michael Walter...Born Dec. 9, 1986, in Torrance, Calif. ...Son of Jim and Joni Walter...Has two brothers...His brother, Chris, is the soccer coach at Loyola High School...Majoring in health and exercise science...Hometown: Manhattan Beach, Calif.