Played in all 11 games for the Bengals at receiver and running back ... had one of the most successful seasons for ISU at any position, accumulating 2034 all-purpose yards ... at running back, Moore racked up 252 yards on 62 carries, averaging roughly 4.1 yards per carry ... at receiver, he caught 34 passes for 421 yards and three touchdowns ... Moore made a big name for himself on special teams, where he had two touchdowns on both kick returns and punt returns ... Moore became the first player in Big Sky history to return a kickoff and punt return back for a touchdown in the same game in two different contests ... against Northern Colorado he set a school record for all-purpose yards with 318 as he had a 91-yard kickoff return and an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown. Then, against Montana he broke his own record with 323 all-purpose yards, including a 100-yard kickoff and an 84-yard punt return ... had 203 all-purpose yards to start the season versus Montana-Western, earning him 2010 D-1 FCS Performer of the Week as a punt and kick returner ... also earned Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week after the record-setting game against Northern Colorado, as well as the National Kick Off Returner and National Punt Returner of the Week by the 2010 D-1 FCS Performers of the Week ... Moore caught a touchdown pass against Georgia, accounting for the only points by the Bengals on the day ... earned First Team All-Conference for his spectacular season ... was also named first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association as well as the AP All-American team ... finished his surplus of awards by being named to the third-team Sports Network All-American team.
Lettered in football for three years at Gahr High School, and four years in track and one in basketball ... was a two-time All-San Gabriel Valley League pick as a running back ... was also named All-CIF as a senior ... scored 12 touchdowns with 1,500 all-purpose yards as a senior ... rushed for 1,126 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior, and as a sophomore he rushed for 955 yards and 10 touchdowns ... in track he qualified for the CIF Finals in the 100m, the 200m, and the long jump ... had top track marks of 10.59 in the 100m, 21.60 in the 200m, and 24-3 in the long jump.
His parents are John Moore and the late Faye Sitert ... his birthday is June 13, 1989.
- Idaho State dismissed senior running back and return specialist Tavoy Moore from the team on Thursday, citing conduct unbecoming of a team member. Idaho State also announced head coach Mike Kramer would not comment on the issue. Moore has played in three games this season, totaling 230 all-purpose yards. A year ago, the 5-foot-6, 193-pound Moore, from Long Beach, Calif., racked up 2,034 all-purpose yards and earned third-team honors on The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS All-America Team as a punt returner. Idaho State has a 2-4 record, including 1-3 in the Big Sky Conference. - The Sports Network
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