| Ronnie Fouch|
| Indiana State|
American football player
University of Washington
Redlands East Valley
Ronnie Fouch Wikipedia
Ronnie Fouch is a college football quarterback who is currently a free agent. He played for three years at the University of Washington and then transferred to Indiana State University.
Fouch was ranked as the #44 quarterback during his senior year by Scout.com and as the #21 pro-style QB prospect by Rivals.com.
Fouch attended the University of Washington for 3 years. While at Washington he started 8 of 12 games in the 2008 season, throwing for 1,339 yards, 4 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. He also managed to record a reception for a touchdown in a losing game against Arizona State.
Fouch decided to transfer to ISU in January 2010 in order to receive more playing time. While playing for the Indiana State Fighting Sycamores, Fouch started 22 games, completing 322 of 544 attempted passes, for 4,316 yards and 38 touchdowns and only 15 interceptions. The team finished with consecutive overall records of 6 wins and 5 losses, and Fouch was credited with playing a significant role in an overtime victory against Missouri State and with leading the Sycamores to their finest offensive season on record. Indiana State spent most of the 2011 season ranked in the Top 25 due to Fouch’s leadership.
In 2012, Fouch tried out for the Chicago Bears, but was not signed. He currently is a graduate assistant at Georgia State University with his former head coach Trent Miles.