Robbie Kahuanui

Position: Running Back

Height: 510, Weight: 180

 

Alameda High School (76)

Brigham Young University (1976 & 1977)

 

Career Statistics:

Years

Carries

Yards

Average

TD's

1976

6

24

4.0

0

1977

0

0

0

0

 

Career Highlights:

"Robbie" played the '74 season as a receiver, but then converted to running back in 1975 and proceeded to have one of the best Hornet seasons on record - rushing and receiving - despite missing several games.

   In the 1975 season:

            In The Big Game, rushed for 261 yards and two TDs while also throwing for two more scores.

            All ACAL 1st team

            Ran for 1,472 yards

            Scored 21 touchdowns

            Averaged 210 yards per game with an 8.9 rushing average

            Threw for 5 touchdowns

   Northern California Offensive Player of the Year.

   Voted All-State Running Back (along with future Heisman Trophy winner Charles White)

   Coach & Magazine 1st Team All American.

   Top 5 high school football recruits in 1976.

   Played for:

            BYU and was part of the WAC championship team.

            1981 signed free agent contract with the Oakland Raiders.

Played semi-pro ball in Yuba City where they won the national title, and was voted league MVP, rushing for over 1,000 yards.

 

(Information courtesy of the BYU Athletic Department and Hornetfootball.org)