A four-year starter at Western Michigan, Brad Tayles wore this winterized jersey for the Broncos sometime between 1989 and 1992. Tayles never completed 50% of his passes in a season and only once threw more touchdown passes than interceptions but if you judge a quarterback by wins and losses, he did just fine going 25-18-1. His best season statistically was in 1990 when he completed 171 of 345 passes for 2,397 yards and a 16 to 11 touchdown to interception ratio. Tayles twice threw 84 yard touchdown passes, one to Corey Selve in 1990 against Central Michigan and another to John Morton in 1992 versus Ball State. Tayles left Western Michigan as the all-time leader in passing yardage (8,717), completions (663), and touchdown passes (49). These marks have since been passed by Tim Hiller, Tim Lester, and Alex Carder as college football has moved to the spread offense. Tayles still holds the school record for career interceptions with 67, although few quarterbacks in any college program start for four seasons. He was voted as the Mid-American Conference Freshman Player of the Year in 1989.