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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location.................................................................Manhattan, KS (66502) Founded ............................................................................................ 1863 Enrollment ...................................................................................... 24,146 Interim President .......................Gen. Richard B. Myers (Kansas State ‘65) Atheltics Director ..........................................John Currie (Wake Forest ‘93) Faculty Athletics Rep .............................................................Dr. Be Stoney Conference ...................................................................................... Big 12 Nickname ..................................................................................... Wildcats Colors ............................................................ Purple (PMS 268) and White Band..........................................................................Pride of Wildcat Land School Fight Song ............................................................... Wildcat Victory

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

QUICK FACTS

First Year of Football .......................................................................... 1896 Overall Record (Years) ...................................................509-631-41 (120) Bowl Record .......................................................................................7-12 Last Bowl ....................................................... 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl Stadium (Capacity) ............................ Bill Snyder Family Stadium (50,000) Year Opened .......................................................1968 (as KSU Stadium) Playing Surface ......... Wagner Field (Astroturf Gameday Grass 3D, 2011)

THIS IS K-STATE FOOTBALL

2015 REVIEW

Quick Facts/Table of Contents ................................................ 1 Winning Tradition ................................................................2-3 16 Goals for Success ..........................................................4-5 Bowl Tradition .....................................................................6-7 Big 12 Success ...................................................................8-9 National Exposure ...........................................................10-11 Wildcat All-Americans ....................................................12-13 Ring of Honor ..................................................................14-15 Community-College Success...........................................16-17 Home-Grown Heroes.......................................................18-19 Walk-On Success............................................................20-21 Next Level Wildcats.........................................................22-23 Exceptional Coaching ......................................................24-25 Powercat Strength...........................................................26-27 Academic Support ..........................................................28-29 Academic Excellence ......................................................30-31 Special Special Teams ....................................................32-33 Vanier Family Football Complex .......................................34-35 Bill Snyder Family Stadium .............................................36-37 Gameday in Manhattan...................................................38-39 Cats in the Community ...................................................40-41 America’s No. 1 College Town .........................................42-43

Final Results and Statistics.........................................100-105 Scoring Drives ................................................................... 106 Drive Superlatives ............................................................. 107 Long Plays ......................................................................... 108 Season Superlatives .......................................................... 109 Game-by-Game Recaps..............................................110-122 Big 12 Recap ..............................................................123-127

SEASON PREVIEW Preview Story: Taking Goals to Heart ..............................44-47 Numerical and Alphabetical Rosters ...............................48-49 Personnel Picture ................................................................. 50 Series Records..................................................................... 51 2016 Series Results........................................................52-53 2016 Opponents .............................................................54-55

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Bill Snyder...................................................56-59 Associate Head Coach Sean Snyder ..................................... 60 Co-Offensive Coordinator Dana Dimel .................................. 61 Defensive Coordinator Tom Hayes ........................................ 62 Co-Offensive Coordinator Del Miller ..................................... 63 Pass Game Coordinator Andre Coleman ............................... 64 Assistant Coach Mike Cox .................................................... 65 Run Game Coordinator Charlie Dickey .................................. 66 Assistant Coach Mo Latimore .............................................. 67 Assistant Coach Blake Seiler ............................................... 68 Graduate Assistants ............................................................ 69 Dir. of Strength and Conditioning Chris Dawson.................... 70 Football Administration/Support Staff .............................71-74

PLAYER PROFILES Wildcat Veterans .............................................................75-97 Wildcat Newcomes .........................................................98-99

2015 Record .........................................................................................6-7 Big 12 Record (Finish) ................................................................. 3-6 (8th) Final College Football Playoff Poll Ranking..............................................NR Final Associated Press Poll Ranking .......................................................NR Final Amway Coaches Poll Ranking ........................................................NR Lettermen Returning (O/D/S).................................................. 37 (14/20/3) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S) ............................................................ 24 (13/8/3) Starters Returning (O/D/S) ......................................................... 17 (5/9/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S) ................................................................. 12 (6/4/2)

FOOTBALL STAFF

RECORDS Rushing ......................................................................128-131 Passing.......................................................................132-135 Receiving ....................................................................136-138 Total Offense/All-Purpose............................................139-140 Scoring/Kicking ...........................................................141-143 Punting .............................................................................. 144 Defense ......................................................................145-149 Punt/Kickoff Return .....................................................150-152 Miscellaneous.............................................................152-153

HISTORY Year-by-Year Statistics ................................................154-155 Year-by-Year Records ..................................................156-157 Year-by-Year Results ...................................................158-163 Bowl History ...............................................................164-173 Homecoming/TV Appearances............................................ 174 Postseason All-Star Games/Bowl Honors ........................... 175 Consencus All-Americans .................................................. 176 All-Americans .................................................................... 177 Award Winners and Candidates ......................................... 178 All-Conference ............................................................179-180 Academic Honors............................................................... 181 College Football Hall of Fame ............................................. 182 Retired No. 11.................................................................... 183 Pro History ..................................................................184-185 NFL Draft History ............................................................... 186 All-Time Lettermen .....................................................187-192 All-Time Coaches ............................................................... 193 Bill Snyder Family Stadium .........................................194-195 Traditions....................................................................196-197

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY This is K-State ............................................................198-203 Interim University President Gen. Richard Myers................ 204 Athletics Director John Currie ............................................. 205 Athletics Administration ..................................................... 206 Head Coaches ................................................................... 207 Department Directory ......................................................... 208 Big 12 Conference ............................................................. 209 K-State Athletics Communications..................................... 210 Traveling to Manhattan ...................................................... 211 Media Information ......................................................212-213 Media Directory ................................................................. 214 K-State Sports Network ..................................................... 215 Big 12 Composite Schedule ............................................... 216

Head Coach ...............................................................................Bill Snyder Alma Mater .................................................................William Jewell ‘63 Career/K-State Record .......................................................... 193-101-1 Conference Record .................................................................. 112-77-1 Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator ..................Sean Snyder Co-Offensive Coordinator/RB/TE .............................................. Dana Dimel Defensive Coordinator/DB ..........................................................Tom Hayes Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB .......................................................Del Miller Pass Game Coordinator/WR ................................................Andre Coleman Linebackers ..................................................................................Mike Cox Run Game Coordinator/OL ................................................... Charlie Dickey Interior Defensive Line ............................................................Mo Latimore Defensive Ends ........................................................................ Blake Seiler Offensive GA ............................................................................ Drew Liddle Defensive GAs .............................................. Taylor Godinet, Ross Metheny Strength and Conditioning Coach ..........................................Chris Dawson Assistant Director of Football Operations ...............................Kacey Harper Head Athletic Trainer.......................................................... Matt Thomason Head Football Equipment Manager................................................ Al Cerbe Director of Video Services ..........................................................Scott Eilert Director of Recruiting Operations/Spec. Teams QC ................... Taylor Braet Asst. Director of Recruiting/Off. QC .........................................Scotty Ohara Asst. Director of Recruiting ..........................................................Kelli Krier

CREDITS The 2016 K-State Football Media Guide is a production of the Athletics Communications Office, published by K-State Athletics, Inc. MANAGING EDITOR AND PRINCIPLE DESIGN Ryan Lackey, Assistant Director/Athletics Communications Kenny Lannou, Associate A.D./Communications RESEARCH/EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE Tom Gilbert, Associate Director; Ron Cook, Graphics Designer; Mary Gorman, Athletics Communications Office Manager; K-State Athletics Communications Student Assistants; Beth Bohn, K-State Division of Communications and Marketing. COVER DESIGN Ron Cook, K-State Athletics Graphics Designer PHOTOGRAPHY Primary Photographers: Scott Weaver, Pete Aiken, David Mayes, Jackie Nemec, Zach Bland; NFL Teams: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks; ESPN; Baylor Athletics; MG’s Helmets PRINTING Sun Graphics – Parsons, Kansas; Special thanks to John Hohenshell.

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A culture of winning has been built in the Heartland. K-State has become a dominant force in college football thanks in part to an outstanding coaching staff, one of the best fan bases in America and top-notch facilities. Since 1993, the Wildcats have won two Big 12 Championships, been ranked No. 1 in the nation on two occasions and have gone to 17 bowl games. With those traits, a culture of winning has been, and continues to be, ingrained in K-State Football.

K-STATE « FOOTBALL BY THE « NUMBERS

257 « All-Conference honors since 1993. 210 « Total All-America honors under Bill Snyder. 192

« Victories since 1993, tied for 18th nationally.

99

« Big 12 victories, ranking third in league history.

53

« Players drafted under Bill Snyder, including 19 in the first three rounds.

40

« Big 12 road wins, ranking third in league history.

23

« Big 12-best consecutive years with an NFL Draft pick, a figure that ranks in the top 15 nationally.

20

« Governor’s Cup wins over KU in Bill Snyder’s 24 years, including each of the last seven meetings.

17

« Bowl games under Bill Snyder, including a streak of 11 (1993-2003) and a current streak of six.

14

« Eight-win seasons under Bill Snyder, including nine years with 10 or more wins.

13

« Times finishing in the top-20 of the AP Top 25, including three occurrences in the last five years.

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« Different years the Wildcats have been ranked No. 1 in the nation during the course of a season.


K-State has 192 victories since 1993, which is tied for 18th in the nation and ranks second among current Big 12 teams.


The K-State Football program has been built on the foundation of 16 principles that pertain on and off the field, as well as life beyond those years of eligibility. The 16 Goals for Success form the foundation for success, and create the work ethic and discipline that go with them. With players and coaches from all backgrounds, having a single set of core values unifies them under one vision. If each adheres to the goals as individuals, then team success will follow.

1 « COMMITMENT To the common goals and to being successful.

2 « UNSELFISHNESS There is no I in Team.

3 « UNITY Come together as never before.

4 « IMPROVE Everyday... as a player, person and student.

5 « BE TOUGH Mentally and physically.

6 « SELF-DISCIPLINE Do it right, don’t accept less.

7 « GREAT EFFORT 8 « ENTHUSIASM 9 « ELIMINATE MISTAKES Don’t beat yourself.

10 « NEVER GIVE UP Never, never, never.

11 « DON’T ACCEPT LOSING If you do it one time, it will be easy for the rest of your life.

12 « NO SELF-LIMITATIONS Expect more of yourself.

13 « EXPECT TO WIN And truly believe we will.

14 « CONSISTENCY Your very, very best every time.

15 « LEADERSHIP Everyone can set the example.

16 « RESPONSIBILITY You are responsible for your performance


K-State’s bowl history is virtually unmatched in the ranks of college football. The Wildcats have earned a postseason bowl berth in 18 of the last 23 years, including a current streak of six-straight bowl trips. Due to the Wildcats’ affiliation with the Big 12 Conference, K-State has the ability to compete for National Championships every year in addition to gaining access to some of the best bowl experiences in the country in Texas, Arizona, Florida and many other great destinations.

« 2016 LIBERTY BOWL (15,000)

« 2015 ALAMO BOWL (25,000)

« 2013 BUFFALO WILD WINGS BOWL* (15,000)

« 2013 FIESTA BOWL (40,000)

« 2012 COTTON BOWL (40,000)

« 2010 PINSTRIPE BOWL (10,000)

« 2004 FIESTA BOWL (37,000)

« 2002 HOLIDAY BOWL* (10,000)

« 2001 INSIGHT.COM BOWL (11,000)

« 2001 COTTON BOWL* (35,000)

« 1999 HOLIDAY BOWL* (12,000)

« 1998 ALAMO BOWL (12,000)

« 1997 FIESTA BOWL* (45,000)

« 1997 COTTON BOWL (40,000)

« 1995 HOLIDAY BOWL* (12,000)

« 1994 ALOHA BOWL (3,000)

« 1993 COPPER BOWL* (15,000)

* Champions

Bill Snyder Era (Number of K-State fans in attendance)


K-State is one of just 24 teams in the nation and one of just four in the Big 12 to ride a current streak of six-consecutive bowl berths.


K-State has 37 Big 12 player of the week accolades since 2011, which ranks second among all conference schools.


In the highly competitive Big 12 Conference, K-State’s success has few peers. The Wildcats are one league win away from becoming the third program with 100 Big 12 wins, while they are also in the top three in road Big 12 victories. Additionally, K-State leads the conference with 13 specialty awards since 2011 – including three-straight Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year honorees – as well as the top offensive, defensive and coach honors during the 2012 Big 12 Championship run.

ALL TIME « BIG 12 WINS 1996-2015

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Oklahoma Texas K-STATE Oklahoma State Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State Kansas TCU* West Virginia*

120 115 99 86 85 50 44 38 21 15

ALL TIME « BIG 12 ROAD WINS 1996-2015

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Oklahoma Texas K-STATE Oklahoma State Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State Kansas TCU* West Virginia*

* TCU and West Virginia joined the Big 12 prior to the 2012 season.

51 49 40 36 35 15 15 11 11 7


K-State student-athletes have regularly been among the most decorated and publicized in all of college football with multiple national award winners and nationally televised games on a weekly basis. In fact, K-State has had all 65 games over the last five years shown to a national or global audience, including 11 on ESPN and seven on FOX.

Over the past four seasons, K-State players and coaches have traveled the United States to be recognized on a national level:

COLLIN « KLEIN 2012: Heisman Trophy Finalist, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner, Maxwell and Davey O’Brien Award Finalist

ARTHUR « BROWN 2012: Lott IMPACT Trophy Finalist

MARK « SIMONEAU 2012: College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

TYLER « LOCKETT 2011: Walter Camp All-American 2014: NFF National Scholar-Athlete

BILL « SNYDER 2015: College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

K-StateHD.TV is the most watched subscription-based platform in college athletics. In addition to nearly 200 other live events, the Sept. 24 game against Missouri State will be televised globally on K-StateHD.TV.


Every K-State game is guaranteed to be televised to a national or global audience.


Kansas State has churned out All-Americans throughout its history, most notably under head coach Bill Snyder. Under Snyder, Wildcats have accumulated a total of 210 All-America honors – including 81 first-team designations – while eight players have been chosen Consensus All-Americans under his watch. In the last five seasons alone, K-State has totaled 46 All-America designations, with 20 of those coming from the first four-year All-American in school history, Tyler Lockett.

« OFFENSE OFFENSIVE LINE

RUNNING BACKS

Ray Hahn, 1922 Zerlindon Pearson, 1925 George Maddox, 1934 Barrett Brooks, 1994 Todd Weiner, 1997 Nick Leckey, 2002-03 B.J. Finney, 2014

Ralph Graham, 1933 Veryl Switzer, 1951-52 Darren Sproles, 2003

QUARTERBACKS Chad May, 1994 Michael Bishop, 1998 Collin Klein, 2012

WIDE RECEIVERS Henry Cronkite, 1931 H. Randeles, 1925 Quincy Morgan, 2000 Jordy Nelson, 2007* Tyler Lockett, 2013-14

« DEFENSE DEFENSIVE LINE

DEFENSIVE BACKS

Tim Colston, 1995 Mario Fatafehi, 2000 Ryan Mueller, 2013

Clarence Scott, 1970 Jamie Mendez, 1993* Thomas Randolph, 1993 Chris Canty, 1995-96* Jarrod Cooper, 1998 Lamar Chapman, 1999 Terence Newman, 2002* Nigel Malone, 2011

LINEBACKERS Gary Spani, 1976-77* Percell Gaskins, 1995 Jeff Kelly, 1998 Mark Simoneau, 1998-99* Josh Buhl, 2003 Arthur Brown, 2012

SPECIAL « TEAMS PLACE KICKERS

RETURNERS

Martin Gramatica, 1997-98* Jamie Rheem, 2000

Andre Coleman, 1993 David Allen, 1998-99* Aaron Lockett, 2000 William Powell, 2010 Tyler Lockett, 2011 Tyler Lockett, 2014* Morgan Burns, 2015

PUNTERS Sean Snyder, 1992*

LONG SNAPPERS Corey Adams, 2010

FIRST AND SECOND TEAM ONLY *Consensus All-America (more on page 176)


A new tradition was born in 2002 as the football program announced the inaugural Ring of Honor class. The honor was developed to recognize those who have distinguished themselves on and off the football field at the highest level. The inaugural class in 2002 consisted of six players, while four more were inducted in both 2008 and 2015. The exclusive 14-member fraternity have their names displayed on the east side upper deck and on a unique ring display in the West Stadium Center concourse.

CLASS OF « 2002 Lynn Dickey, QB Steve Grogan, QB Jaime Mendez, DB

Sean Snyder, P Gary Spani, LB* Veryl Switzer, RB

CLASS OF « 2008 David Allen, RB/PR Martin Gramatica, PK

Terence Newman, DB Mark Simoneau, LB*

CLASS OF « 2015 Michael Bishop, QB Jordy Nelson, WR

Clarence Scott, DB Darren Sproles, RB

« SELECTION Selection into the Ring of Honor is at the discretion of the Director of Athletics upon recommendations of the Head Football Coach and with final approval from the K-State Athletics, Inc. Board. In determining candidates, the Head Football Coach and Director of Athletics shall consider categories such as qualify of character, whether a person has achieved performance that warrants Consensus All-America level status at Kansas State University or performed at a program-transformational level that warrants consideration. The student-athlete also has to be at least five years out of school.


K-State leads the league with 10 Big 12 Newcomers of the Year since 1996, while a total of 41 All-Big 12 Wildcats have come from the community-college ranks.


There is perhaps no program in the country that has done a better job of developing community-college talent than K-State. Since the mid-1990s, former community-college players have totaled 52 All-Big 12 honors at Kansas State, including 15 first-team selections. Additionally, former community-college players have gone on to claim All-America honors at K-State 12 times in the last 17 seasons, while 36 have gone on to play on some level in the professional ranks.

SUCCESSFUL « PLAYERS IN THE « BIG 12 ERA Michael Bishop « QB « Blinn College 1997 Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year 1998 First Team All-American 1998 Heisman Trophy Runner-Up 1998 Davey O’Brien Award Winner 1999 NFL Draft Pick - New England Patriots

Jeff Kelly « LB « Garden City CC 1997 Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year 1998 First Team All-American 1998 Nagurski Trophy Runner-Up 1998 Butkus Award Semifinalist 1998 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year 1999 NFL Draft Pick - Atlanta Falcons

Mario Fatafehi « DT « Snow College 1999 Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year 2000 First Team All-American 2001 NFL Draft Pick - Arizona Cardinals

Derrick Yates « DB « Coffeyville CC 2000 Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year

Quincy Morgan « WR « Blinn College 2000 First Team All-American 2000 Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist 2001 NFL Draft Pick - Cleveland Browns

Tank Reese « DT « Hutchinson CC 2001 Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year

Brandon Banks « WR « Bakersfield College 2008 Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year 2009 Third Team All-American (PR)

Daniel Thomas « RB « NW Mississippi JC 2009 Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year 2010 Second Team All-American 2010 Doak Walker Award Semifinalist 2011 NFL Draft Pick - Miami Dolphins

Nigel Malone « DB « City College of San Francisco 2011 Second Team All-American 2012 Honorable Mention All-American Two-Time Jim Thorpe Award Semifinalist

Meshak Williams « DE « Hutchinson CC 2012 Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year

Tavon Rooks « OL « Navarro JC 2012-13 All-Big 12 2014 NFL Draft Pick - New Orleans Saints

Jake Waters « QB « Iowa Western CC 2014 Maxwell Award Semifinalist 2014 All-Big 12

Bill Snyder Era


Sunflower State talent has been a big part of K-State’s emergence on the college football scene. Since 1990, 38 Kansans have received all-conference honors from either the league’s coaches or the Associated Press, while a total of 23 Kansans have earned All-America recognition. Included in that group are three Big 12 Defensive Players of the Year, four Academic All-Americans, a Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year award winner, Thorpe Award winner and Rimington Trophy Finalist.

SUNFLOWER « STANDOUTS Brooks Barta, LB (Smith Center)

Ryan Mueller, DE (Leawood)

« 1991 First Team All-Big 8

« 2013-14 First Team All-Big 12

Monty Beisel, DL* (Douglass)

Travis Ochs, LB (Overland Park)

« 2000 First Team All-Big 12

« 1996-98 All-Big 12

Arthur Brown, LB* (Wichita)

Tim Reyer, P (Wamego)

« 2011-12 First Team All-Big 12

« 2007 First Team All-Big 12

Travis Brown, P (Overland Park)

Jamie Rheem, PK (Wichita)

« 2002 Third Team All-Big 12

« 1999-00 First Team All-Big 12

Morgan Burns, DB/KR* (Wichita)

Joe Rheem, PK* (Wichita)

« 2015 First Team All-American « 2015 Big 12 ST Player of the Year

« 2003 Third Team All-Big 12

Ian Campbell, DE* (Cimarron)

Curry Sexton, WR (Abilene) « 2014 Second Team All-Big 12

« 2006-08 All-Big 12

Anthony Cantele, PK (Wichita)

Mark Simoneau, LB* (Smith Center) « 1997-99 All-Big 12

« 2012 Second Team All-Big 12

Lamar Chapman, DB* (Liberal)

Darren Sproles, RB* (Olathe) « 2002-04 All-Big 12

« 1997-99 All-Big 12

B.J. Finney, OL* (Andale) « 2014 Big 12 OL of the Year « 2011-14 All-Big 12

Chris Harper, WR* (Wichita) « 2012 Second Team All-Big 12

Tysyn Hartman, DB* (Wichita) « 2011 Second Team All-Big 12

Ryan Lilja, OL* (Lake Quivira) « 2003 Second Team All-Big 12

Jon McGraw, DB* (Manhattan) « 2001 Third Team All-Big 12

Justin Montgomery, DL (Smith Center) « 2003 Second Team All-Big 12

Jordy Nelson, WR* (Riley) « 2007 First Team All-Big 12

Terence Newman, DB* (Salina)

Nick Stringer, OL (Topeka) « 2009 First Team All-Big 12

Travis Tannahill, TE* (Overland Park) « 2012 First Team All-Big 12

Jonathan Truman, LB (Kechi) « 2014 Second Team All-Big 12

Rashad Washington, DB* (Wichita) « 2003 Second Team All-Big 12

Marcus Watts, DB (Hays) « 2006 Second Team All-Big 12

Wade Weibert, OL (Hillsboro) « 2010 Second Team All-Big 12

Cody Whitehair, OL (Abilene) « 2013-15 All-Big 12

Nyle Wiren, DE (Wichita) « 1994 First Team All-Big 8 « 1996 First Team All-Big 12

« 2001-02 All-Big 12

Ty Zimmerman, DB* (Junction City) « 2010-13 All-Big 12

* Played in the NFL or signed NFL contracts


Since 1990, 21 cities in the state of Kansas are represented by an all-conference Wildcat, while 23 in-state Wildcats have been named All-Americans.


Over the last six seasons, ďŹ ve former Wildcat walk-ons have either played in the NFL, been drafted or signed NFL contracts.


K-State has always maintained a strong reputation for evaluating and developing talent, and K-State’s rich walk-on tradition solidifies that claim. Over the years, K-State has seen a large number of student-athletes enter the program as walk-ons, later flourish in purple and go on to play in the NFL. In 2014, three defensive starters – Randall Evans, Ryan Mueller and Jonathan Truman – each walked on at K-State and earned AllBig 12 honors, while Will Geary continued that trend in 2015.

FROM « WALK-ON TO « STARTER Ian Campbell, DE « Three-time All-Big 12 « 2006 All-American Jack Cantele, PK « 2015 First Team All-Big 12 Rock Cartwright, RB « 11-year NFL veteran

Ryan Mueller, DE « 2013 All-American « 2013 Big 12 DL of the Year « Two-time All-Big 12 Jordy Nelson, WR « 2007 All-American « Current Green Bay Packer Sean Newlan, DB

Joe Bob Clements, DE Kody Cook, WR/QB

Marcus Perry, LB « 2004-05, 2007 Academic All-Big 12

Daniel Gonzalez, WR Andrew Erker, DB Randall Evans, DB « 2014 All-Big 12 « Three-year starter « Current Philadelphia Eagle B.J. Finney, OL « 2014 All-American « 2014 Big 12 OL of the Year « Four-time All-Big 12 « 2011 FR All-American « Current Pittsburgh Steeler D.J. Fulhage, P Will Geary, DL « 2015 First Team All-Big 12

William Powell, KR « 2010 All-American « 2010 Academic All-Big 12 Tim Reyer, P « 2007 All-Big 12 « 2007 Ray Guy Semifinalist Logan Robinson, OL « 2005-07 Academic All-Big 12 Dylan Schellenberg, DB Blake Seiler, DE « 2004-06 Academic All-Big 12 « Current Wildcat DE Coach Jeff Snodgrass, PK « 2006 All-Big 12

Rashad Harrell, DB Stephen Harrison, DB « 2010 All-Big 12

Sean Snyder, P « Consensus All-American « Current Assoc. HC

Alex Hrebec, LB « 2008 FR All-American

Jonathan Truman, LB « 2014 All-Big 12

Joe Hubener, QB

Marcus Watts, DB « Two-time All-Big 12

Matt Kleinsorge, OL Keithen Valentine, RB Jon McGraw, DB « 2001 All-Big 12 « 12-year NFL veteran Jarard Milo, DB

Jordan Voelker, DE « Two-time Academic All-Big 12


Turn on virtually any NFL game and you’re likely to find a former Wildcat competing at the highest level of the game. As evidenced by the longest active draft streak in the Big 12, K-State annually produces top NFL prospects. Since the formation of the Big 12 in 1996, 52 different Wildcats have heard their names called on draft day. Under the direction of Bill Snyder, K-State has sent a total of 128 players to the NFL as either draft picks or free agents.

CURRENT « WILDCATS ON NFL « ROSTERS Travis Britz, DT Jordy Nelson, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers Green Bay Packers K-State: 2012-15 K-State: 2004-07 Arthur Brown, LB Baltimore Ravens K-State: 2011-12

Terence Newman, DB Minnesota Vikings K-State: 1999-2002

Randall Evans, DB Philadelphia Eagles K-State: 2011-14

Darren Sproles, RB Philadelphia Eagles K-State: 2001-04

B.J. Finney, OL Pittsburgh Steelers K-State: 2011-14

Boston Stiverson, OL Dallas Cowboys K-State: 2012-15

Glenn Gronkowski, FB Buffalo Bills K-State: 2013-15

Daniel Thomas, RB Miami Dolphins K-State: 2009-10

Emmanuel Lamur, LB Minnesota Vikings K-State: 2009-11

Justin Tuggle, LB Cleveland Browns K-State: 2011-12

Tyler Lockett, WR/KR Seattle Seahawks K-State: 2011-14

Cody Whitehair, OL Chicago Bears K-State: 2012-15

Cornelius Lucas, OL Detroit Lions K-State: 2010-13 Listed players on NFL rosters as of June 27, 2016.


K-State holds the longest active draft streak in the Big 12 at 23 years, a mark that also ranks in the top 15 nationally.


Wildcat coaches have participated in a combined 150 bowls, while four coaches on the staff have a combined 34 years of head coaching experience.


At K-State, players are coached and taught life lessons by people that are not just there for the job – it’s a place they call home. Half of K-State’s 10 full-time coaches played at and graduated from Kansas State, a figure that is tops among Power 5 programs. A span of 30 years of graduates, from Mo Latimore in 1976 to Blake Seiler in 2006 with Dana Dimel, Sean Snyder and Andre Coleman in between, these five coaches take extra pride in the success of K-State Football.

MOST « FULL-TIME COACHES AT THEIR « ALMA MATER Among Power 5 Schools

1. 2. 3.

K-STATE Clemson Auburn Iowa Missouri Utah Wisconsin

5 4 3 3 3 3 3

MOST « FULL-TIME COACHES AT THEIR « ALMA MATER Among Big 12 Schools

1. 2.

K-STATE Oklahoma TCU Texas Texas Tech

In addition to the five full-time coahces that are K-State, two graduates assistants – Taylor Godinet and Drew Liddle – in addition to Director of Recruiting Taylor Braet also graduated from K-State.

5 2 2 2 2


Under the guidance of Director of Strength and Conditioning Chris Dawson, the K-State strength and conditioning program is committed to maximizing the on-field performance of every student-athlete. Dawson is a 20-year veteran of the strength training and conditioning field, and in 2007 was named the National Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by the Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society.

THE « PROGRAM K-State’s strength and conditioning program, designed and oversaw by Dawson along with his assistants Darren Honeycutt, Corey Meredith, Kevin Schadt and Joe Cronn, combines weight training, plyometrics, stretching and flexibility exercises, running and proper nutrition to enhance each student-athlete’s ability to compete.

STRENGTH « AND CONDITIONING « CENTER The massive new Strength & Conditioning Center at the Vanier Family Football Complex is more than double the footprint of the previous building and features multi-level height ceilings, natural lighting and a built-in plyometric ramp.

PROPER « NUTRITION Maximizing on-field potential is more than just lifting weights and running; it’s also ensuring that each student-athlete is benefiting from a nutritional and dietary program specific to their needs. Under the direction of K-State’s first full-time sports nutritionist, Scott Trausch, K-State football players receive performance fueling strategies, team and individual nutrition education, hydration and body composition testing. Trausch works with Chef Pedro Lozada at the new Ahearn Fund Student-Athlete Performance Table in the West Stadium Center to coordinate nutritious meals for all K-State student-athletes.


K-State has led the Big 12 in APR each of the last three years. Additionally, 14 Wildcats have already obtained their undergraduate degrees from Kansas State University.


At Kansas State, being a champion is more than winning trophies on the field – it’s about providing student-athletes a world-class experience, which includes being a champion in the classroom and, most importantly, becoming a champion in life. K-State’s program of Academic Student Services for Athletics assists, directs supports and promotes student development, academic achievement, academic athletic eligibility and progress toward graduation.

STUDENT « ATHLETE ENHANCEMENT « CENTER The staff of the Student-Athlete Enhancement Center provides valuable services to help all 450-plus student-athletes at K-State: « Student Orientation Program « Academic Counseling Skills Training « Develop Class Schedules « Develop Graduation Timelines « Tracks Academic Progress « Tutoring and Mentoring Services

EMPHASIS ON « GRADUATION Thanks to the diligent work of the Academic Student Services for Athletics as well as the emphasis placed on graduation from Head Coach Bill Snyder, K-State has had tremendous success graduating football players. YEAR 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

SENIORS GRADUATING 16 of 19 12 of 15 13 of 15 12 of 16 16 of 17 12 of 14 19 of 24 4 of 9 17 of 22 15 of 21 19 of 22 20 of 27 16 of 20 8 of 13 19 of 21 21 of 24 20 of 22 21 of 21 18 of 22 14 of 16 19 of 20 19 of 20 350 of 420

PERCENT 84% 80% 87% 75% 94% 86% 63% 44% 77% 71% 86% 74% 80% 61% 90% 87% 88% 100% 82% 88% 95% 95% 83%


Kansas State’s success on the field is well documented, but the Cats have had a long history of success in the classroom as well. Most recently, the Wildcats have totaled a conference-leading 54 Academic All-Big 12 citations over the last two seasons, 10 more than the next closest program. K-State set a school record with 29 academic all-conference accolades in 2014. Additionally, there have been 12 Academic All-America selections under head coach Bill Snyder.

ACADEMIC « ALL-AMERICANS Brooks Barta « LB (1992) Jason Johnson « OL (1995-96) Kevin Lockett « WR (1995-96) Jon McGraw « DB (2000-01) Andy Eby « OL (2001)

Ryan Lilja « OL (2003) Jeron Mastrud « TE (2009) Tysyn Hartman « DB (2011) Curry Sexton « WR (2014)

NFF « SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Russ Campbell « TE (1991) Brooks Barta « LB (1992) Jason Johnson « OL (1996)

Tysyn Hartman « DB (2011) Tyler Lockett « WR (2014)

CFA « SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Brooks Barta « LB (1992) Quentin Neujahr « OL (1993) Laird Veatch « LB (1994) Matt McEwen « DE (1994)

Kevin Lockett « WR (1995-96) Dirk Ochs « DE (1995) Jason Johnson « OL (1996)

NFF « HAMPSHIRE HONOR « SOCIETY* 2009 Darrin Seiwert « TE 2010 Jeron Mastrud « TE Adrian Stryker « DB 2011 Corey Adams « LS Kevin Rohleder « LB 2012 Tysyn Hartman « DB Alex Hrebec « LB Payton Kirk « DE Jordan Voelker « DE 2014 Jonathan Coleman « DB Jared Loomis « WR

2015 Weston Hiebert « DB Tyler Lockett « WR Zach Nemechek « FB Curry Sexton « WR Jake Waters « QB 2016 Jack Cantele « PK Glenn Gronkowski « FB Luke Hayes « OL Stanton Weber « WR

* Award began in 2007


PUNT/KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

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K-State has always been known to have excellent specialty units, which has helped fuel 17 bowl seasons under head coach Bill Snyder. Since 1991, 14 Wildcats have earned All-America recognition for their work on special teams, including every year since Snyder’s second stint began in 2009. Additionally, K-State picked up each of the last three Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year awards in Tyler Lockett (2013-14) and Morgan Burns (2015).

SPECIAL « TEAMS ALL-AMERICANS UNDER « SNYDER Sean Snyder « P (1991-92) Andre Coleman « KR (1993) Martin Gramatica « PK (1997-98) David Allen « PR (1998-99) Jamie Rheem « PK (1999-2000) Aaron Lockett « KR (2001) Terence Newman « PR (2002) Brandon Banks « KR (2009) Corey Adams « LS (2010) William Powell « KR (2010) Tyler Lockett « KR (2011-14) Anthony Cantele « PK (2012) Matthew McCrane « PK (2014) Morgan Burns « KR (2015)


K-State Football is housed in an all-in-one facility known as the Vanier Family Football Complex, which was demolished and rebuilt prior to the 2015 season. The new facility – Phase III of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium Master Plan – is more than double the amount of space for student-athletes and coaches providing access to world-class resources, equipment and facilities, creating a more efficient experience to train, study and compete.

TOP FEATURES « OF THE VANIER « FOOTBALL COMPLEX NELSON FAMILY LOCKER ROOM « A state-of-the-art locker room for gameday and practices that is designed in a unique football shape. « Includes 140 lockers and access to three team lounges. « More than double the size of the previous locker room. SHAMROCK TRADING CORP. FUELING STATION « Conveniently located outside the Nelson Family Locker Room and Strength & Conditioning Center. « Stocked with Gatorade products and other nutrition options for both before and after workouts. STEEL & PIPE SUPPLY TEAM THEATRE « A 4,700 ft2 space that includes 140 customized chairs. « Used for team and recruiting meetings, departmental meetings and press conferences. SAUNDERS SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER « An expansive space located off the locker room with direct field access via the gameday tunnel. « Equipped with an exam room, x-ray room and physician’s office. AHEARN FUND PERFORMANCE TABLE [West Stadium Center] « Offers a world-class dining facility that serves the daily dietary needs of all student-athletes. « Two levels of seating with a view of the field, plus a private entranceway offering student-athletes a quiet place to study or relax with friends. INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY [South End of Stadium] « A 94,000 ft2 facility, which recently received a complete upgrade with the installation of new FieldTurf. « Believed to be one of the largest in the nation, with enough space for full-squad practices and high enough to allow for full kickoffs and punts.


Bill Snyder Family Stadium was one of ďŹ ve facilities nationwide to be named a ďŹ nalist for the prestigious 2016 Sports Business Journal Sports Facility of the Year Award.


Picturesque Bill Snyder Family Stadium has been the home of K-State’s football team since 1968. Originally named KSU Stadium, it was renamed in honor of legendary head football coach Bill Snyder by a proclamation of the Kansas Board of Regents on Nov. 16, 2005. The stadium opened its doors Sept. 21, 1968, with a 21-0 shutout of Colorado State. The original seating capacity was set at 35,000, while today’s capacity sits at 50,000.

WEST « STADIUM CENTER One of the biggest transformational projects in K-State Football and K-State Athletics history was the building of the West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The first-class 250,00 ft2 facility opened in Fall 2013 and impacts the daily experience of 450 student-athletes in addition to enhancing the gameday experience for all 50,000 K-State fans. The West Stadium Center features amenities for all fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium:

CONCOURSE LEVEL « New concessions, restrooms and ticket offices replaced the previous west side facilities, which were originally built in 1968. « A Fan Store and Hall of Honor is included on this level.

TERRACE LEVEL « Features the Ahearn Fund Student-Athlete Performance Table (more on previous page). « Tailgate Terrace is a great place to enjoy the unique tailgating atmosphere of a K-State gameday.

THEEDE CLUB/EDGERLEY FAMILY LOGE LEVEL « Features the best sight lines in college football and is the premier seating area for Wildcat Fans. « All club and loge season-ticket holders enjoy an all-inclusive food and beverage experience in the spacious lounges.

CARL & MARY ICE SUITE LEVEL « Two levels of private suites that also offer numerous seating areas for relaxation.

DEV NELSON PRESS LEVEL « Designated for media and coaches on game days and is the permanent home for the K-State Athletics Communications and K-StateHD.TV offices.


An electric atmosphere. Gamedays in Manhattan at Bill Snyder Family Stadium provides every fan, young and old, with non-stop excitement, while the players that produce the blood, sweat and tears every Saturday, are provided with a lifetime of memories. From the play on the field to the attractions in and around Bill Snyder Family Stadium, there’s no other place to be on an Autumn Saturday than Manhattan, Kansas, with 50,000 of your closest friends.

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SELLOUT « STREAK Each of Kansas State’s six home games in 2016 are expected to sell out, which will push K-State’s sellout streak to 33-straight games dating back to 2013. Of the largest 20 crowds in stadium history, 17 have come over the last three seasons, while the Wildcats are averaging 52,572 fans during the sellout streak.

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OPPONENT « REACTION “I talked to people from Auburn at the Senior Bowl, and they were like, ‘Man, your fans are crazy!’ The fans make it one of the craziest places to play in.” - Former K-State wide receiver Tyler Lockett


K-State has season-ticket holders in 46 states, while the average attendance record was broken in 2013 before being smashed again in each of the last two seasons.


A lot more goes into being a student-athlete at Kansas State than just working out and going to class. K-State’s Life Skills program focuses on encouraging student-athletes to become strong leaders and positive role models. K-State players are encouraged to get involved in their community, not only in Manhattan, but throughout the world. The goal of these programs is not only to enhance the student-athlete experience, but expand character and provide leadership opportunities.

Below are just a few of the numerous community-service activities players participate in on an annual basis.

SENIOR « KATS Through the Senior Kats program, players visit the assisted living facilities in Manhattan, introducing themselves and spending time with every resident in the facility.

JUNIOR « KATS In Junior Kats, K-State Football players travel to various middle schools in the Manhattan area and speak to kids about staying in school, the importance of remaining drug free, as well as talking about working together as a team.

SPECIAL « OLYMPICS Each spring, K-State student-athletes host an annual sports clinic for the athletes who are a part of the Kansas Special Olympics. Olympians travel from surrounding areas to participate in sports stations involving each of K-State Athletics’ teams.

ADOPT « A FAMILY K-State student-athletes partner with the Junior League of the Flint Hills each holiday season to help out the community by participating in the annual Adopt-a Family program. Students provide holiday gifts to families who would otherwise be without during the holiday season.

A WINNING « TEAM Since 2006, K-State Football has partnered with units at nearby Fort Riley, located just 20 minutes away from Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-State is currently partnered with the 1-16 Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, known as the Iron Rangers. The Wildcats have made several trips to Fort Riley, including trips each of the last two summers to go through Physical Training (PT). Many Fort Riley soldiers travel to Manhattan each year for the annual Fort Riley Day game. In 2016, the contest against Oklahoma State on November 5 will serve as Fort Riley Day.


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MSN.com ranked the city of Manhattan No. 1 on its list of 10 Best College Towns To Live In, Even If You’re Not a Student.

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Manhattan was ranked #1 in Quality of Life among American small cities by CNN, while Business Insider ranked Manhattan as the No. 6 Most Exciting Small City in the United States.

FASTEST GROWING

Manhattan is the fastest growing metro area in the state of Kansas, and one of the top 15 fastest growing cities in the country. It also ranked in the top one-percent nationally in personal income growth.

TOP 50 PLACE TO LIVE

When it comes to classic college towns, the Little Apple ranks as the nation’s best. Although considerably smaller than its New York namesake, Manhattan has blossomed into a diversified city with urban amenities while retaining its small-town appeal. Manhattan also has many appealing paces to shop, eat and socialize. Aggieville, an area that features over 35 restaurants and shops, continues to be particularly popular with students and is located on the southeast edge of campus.

Men’s Journal named Manhattan one of the Top 50 Places to Live in America, while Money Magazine named Manhattan one of the Top 10 Places to Retire Young in the USA.


TAKING GOALS TO HEART Looking back at 2015 and ahead to the upcoming season, K-State can point to the Wildcats’ 16 Goals for Success for guidance Goal No. 10: Never Give Up. This trait, one of Bill Snyder’s 16 Goals for Success, could easily sum up Kansas State’s 2015 season. After going 3-0 in non-conference play, the Wildcats were backed into a corner as they dropped their first six Big 12 contests. Facing the possibility of seeing its five-year bowl streak come to a screeching halt, K-State promptly won its final three games – including two with miraculous fourth-quarter comebacks – to reach the postseason yet again. What made the feat even more impressive is the fact that K-State used four different quarterbacks throughout the season due to multiple injuries, while the unquestioned leader of the defense and perhaps the entire team – safety Dante Barnett – suffered a season-ending injury in the second quarter of the season opener. Despite the late season run that shined light on a year that looked destined for disappointment, a final 6-7 record has not settled well with Kansas State – from players to assistants and ultimately its Hall of Fame head coach. K-State suffered its first losing season since 2008 and the first under Snyder since 2005, while the six-game skid to open league play was the longest by the Wildcats since a seven-game losing streak to close out Snyder’s first season at the helm in 1989. Looking to bounce back, K-State will lean on its 37 returning letterwinners and 17 returning starters, nine of which reside on the defensive side which should give K-State time to decipher a three-man quarterback race, let new playmakers and a reshaped offensive line gel together early in the season before hitting the ultra-competitive Big 12 slate on the first day of October. With the motivation to improve – Goal No. 4 on Snyder’s list – from a sub-par season, coupled with the return of injured players and others ready to step up at vital positions, K-State is focusing on another of Snyder’s 16 Goals for Success entering the 2016 season:

Goal No. 13: Expect to Win.


SEASON PREVIEW

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING/LOST Returning (5) WR Deante Burton Sr.-3L 6-2, 209 • Started every game last year, leading the team in catches, yards and touchdowns... Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week following West Virginia game. FB Winston Dimel So.-1L 6-1, 235 • A 13-game starter at fullback who earned First Team AllBig 12 honors... Had six rushing touchdowns and two on the receiving end. QB Joe Hubener Sr.-2L 6-5, 212 • A former walk-on who started 11 games in 2015, finishing in the top 30 nationally in passing yards per completion and rushing touchdowns. OL Dalton Risner So.-1L 6-5, 300 • A Freshman All-American in 2015 who started every game at center... A 2016 Preseason All-Big 12 pick by Athlon. TE Dayton Valentine So.-1L 6-4, 264 • Played in 11 games as a redshirt freshman with starts against Texas, Texas Tech and Iowa State.

Lost (6) WR Kody Cook 2L 6-1, 200 • A versatile player who played both wide receiver and quarterback, including a start under center in the 2016 Liberty Bowl... Also played quarterback against West Virginia, leading K-State to a come-from-behind win as the Cats obtained bowl eligibility. FB Glenn Gronkowski 3L 6-3, 234 • The primary fullback all three seasons of his career, earning three-straight All-Big 12 honors... Averaged 24.6 yards on 15 career receptions, the highest average in school history among players with 15 or more catches.

OFFENSE A three-man race at quarterback headlined preseason camp in 2015 and the same can be said again a year later. Whoever wins the quarterback spot will be surrounded by a handful of playmakers, including two returning starters in the backfield and one at wide receiver, while multiple new dynamic playmakers should help boast competition at all skill positions. Filling those key positions, which at times felt absent at year ago, should help the transition of virtually a new offensive line early the season. Four of last year’s five starters along the front graduated, but a Freshman All-American at center returns and will aid in the development on both the left and right sides.

QUARTERBACK If the 2016 quarterback battle seems eerily familiar to 2015, that’s because it is exactly the same. All three competitors – Jesse Ertz (6-3, 212, Jr.-1L), Joe Hubener (6-5, 212, Sr.-2L) and Alex Delton (6-0, 201, Fr.-RS) – are a year older, but only one gained significant experience last year. Ertz earned the nod coming out of fall camp last season, starting his first-career game in the 2015 season opener. However, just as quickly as he assumed the starting quarterback role, his season was over when he sustained a season-ending injury on the first offensive snap of the year. He was able to bounce back in time for spring practices as the junior is ready to show why he was the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year and a high school All-American in 2012. Although it wasn’t the circumstances in which he wanted to become the starting quarterback, Hubener was the beneficiary of Ertz’s injury as he started 11 games and helped lead the Wildcats to their sixth-straight bowl game. The senior will look to build off a season in which he finished in the top 30 nationally in three categories. Delton earned playing time as true freshman as he saw action in each of the first two games, but an injury in the second contest of the year ended his season. One of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the Class of 2015, Delton earned a medical hardship and is classified as a redshirt freshman this season. Another quarterback to keep an eye on is true freshman Skylar Thompson (6-2, 203, Fr.-HS) who graduated high school early. He was regarded as one of the top 250 players overall in the Class of 2016, including the seventh best dual-threat quarterback in the nation.

BACKFIELD OL Luke Hayes 2L 6-6, 295 • Played in all 26 career games with starts at right guard over the final 25. OL Matt Kleinsorge 4L 6-5, 310 • A former walk-on who worked his way into a starting role... Started every game over his final two years at right tackle. OL Boston Stiverson 4L 6-4, 316 • A tough, physical lineman who played in 38 career games – including 28 starts – as he earned All-Big 12 honors as both a junior and senior. QB Cody Whitehair 4L 6-4, 305 • A four-time All-Big 12 honoree who started 51 of his 52 career games, including a streak of 41-straight to end his career... Also earned Freshman All-America honors in 2012 and was a candidate for the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award in 2014 and 2015... Was selected in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears.

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A strong running game has usually been a staple of K-State under Bill Snyder, and the Wildcats have the backfield in 2016 to back that claim. Three capable running backs with distinctive skill sets, headlined by Charles Jones (510, 208, Sr.-2L), are back to elevate K-State’s rushing attack this season. That trio, along with All-Big 12 fullback Winston Dimel (6-1, 235, So.-1L), should help K-State be effective in the running game. Jones, a senior, led the team with 696 yards and five touchdowns a year ago, but he stepped up big when the team needed him most as he averaged 73.7 yards over the final seven games as opposed to just a 30-yard average in the first six contests. Jones will be joined by a pair of sophomores in Justin Silmon (5-10, 198, So.-1L) – a powerful back who has also showcased quickness – and Dalvin Warmack (5-8, 187, So.-1L) – a speedy runner who came on strong at the end of the year. Silmon totaled 355 rushing yards last season as he finished second in school history among freshmen. Warmack, who came to K-State after being named the Missouri Class 6 Offensive Player of the Year in 2013, had a career-high 40 yards early in the year at UTSA and was also a factor in the passing game during the Liberty Bowl with two catches for 27 yards. Paving the way for the running backs will be Dimel, who became the first Wildcat freshman to ever earn First Team All-Big 12 honors in addition to being the lone freshman on last year’s All-Big 12 First Team. A skilled blocker, Dimel was also a major factor with the ball in his hands as he recorded six rushing touchdowns to rank third in school history among freshmen, while

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he finished his initial campaign ranked fifth in school history in receiving yards (261) and scoring (48 points) among freshmen. In addition to Jones, Silmon and Warmack at the running back position, tough-minded Alex Barnes (6-1, 221, Fr.-RS) will look to make his mark as a redshirt freshman, while another player looking to make an impact is Tyler Burns (5-11, 209, Fr.-HS), the speedy younger brother of former K-State All-American kick returner and cornerback Morgan Burns. At fullback, Dimel will be backed by Austin Katsorelos (6-1, 230, Sr.-SQ) Kade True (6-3, 233, Jr.-SQ) and Konnor Cook (6-0, 241, Jr.-TR).

WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS The offense’s biggest step forward could be made by the wide receiver corps, led by senior Deante Burton (6-2, 209, Sr.-3L) sophomores Dominique Heath (5-9, 175, So.-1L) and Zach Reuter (6-3, 194, So.-1L) and the addition of community-college transfer Byron Pringle. (62, 205, Jr.-TR). Along with younger players who look primed for a breakout, the receiver position has increased depth and the ability to open the offense to a greater extent. Burton, a Manhattan product entering his final year in purple, led the team in catches, yards and touchdown receptions in 2015. He saved his best career game for K-State’s bowl-eligibility clinching victory over West Virginia when he hauled in five passes for a career-high 125 yards. Heath is looking to elevate his game offensively after finishing second on the team in catches and touchdowns. Reuter contributed as a true freshman and improved each week, so much so that he earned his first-career start in the Liberty Bowl. The X-Factor could be Pringle, who came to K-State after one season at nearby Butler Community College. Rated the ninth-best community college wide receiver in the Class of 2016, Pringle averaged 15.4 yards per catch for the Grizzlies last season with nine scores, the 11th-best mark in the community-college ranks a year ago. Joining Burton as someone looking to finish his career on a high note in 2016 is Steven West (6-1, 202, Sr.-2L) who has played in 10 career games. Young players looking to make their mark are redshirt freshmen Isaiah Zuber (6-0, 180, Fr.-RS) and Denzel Goolsby (5-11, 192, Fr.-RS) in addition to Corey Sutton (6-2, 200, Fr.-HS) who graduated early from Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte to participate in spring practices. Additionally, Colby Moore (6-1, 198, So.-1L) is a converted defensive back and will look for playing time as a sophomore. K-State will rely heavily on sophomore Dayton Valentine (6-4, 264, So.-1L) at tight end, the only player at the position with experience. Valentine played in 11 games last year with three starts, but he did not record a catch. The in-state product will be backed up by redshirt freshman Blaise Gammon (6-7, 263, Fr.-RS) and true freshman Brett Bell (6-6, 247, Fr.-HS).

OFFENSIVE LINE The biggest question on offense heading into 2016 is along the line as four of the primary starters from last year graduated, including a pair of All-Big 12 players in Cody Whitehair and Boston Stiverson. However, the unit will be built around Freshman All-American Dalton Risner (6-5, 300, So.-1L) at center and two other linemen who earned extensive playing time in 2015 in Will Ash (6-3, 314, Sr.-3L) and Terrale Johnson (6-1, 312, Sr.-1L) mainly on the interior. Although Risner is penciled in at center with question marks looming around him, this much is for certain: K-State will figure out who its five best offensive linemen are and sort specific positions later. Risner, a team captain for the 2016 season, started all 13 games at center. Poised for starting spots, most likely residing right next to Risner are Ash and Johnson. Ash has played in 36 career game games, while Johnson, a former community-college transfer, played in 10 games in 2015 with four starts. Other players who could push for playing time on the interior are juniors Reid Najvar (6-4, 295, Jr.-SQ) and Ajahne Brager (6-3, 303, Jr.-2L) as well as redshirt freshmen Adam Holtorf (6-4, 291, Fr.-RS) and Tyler Mitchell (6-4, 301, Fr.-RS).

A group of four linemen are vying for playing time on the outside start with community-college transfer Breontae Matthews (6-5, 340, Jr.-TR) and redshirt freshman Scott Frantz (65, 293, Fr.-RS). Matthews was one of the most sought after community-college linemen in the Class of 2016 after earning First Team All-America at Fullerton College. Frantz, a product of Lawrence, pushed for playing time as a true freshman after being named one of the top-50 offensive tackles in the Class of 2015. Additionally, Abdul Beecham (6-3, 304, So.-TR) came to K-State in January from Blinn College where he earned all-conference honors in 2015. Bryce Fitzner (6-7, 292, So.-SQ) has used each of the last two seasons to develop and get stronger as he pushes for playing time. Other linemen who are sure to add depth and elevate the internal competition are sophomore Alec Ruth (6-7, 300, So.-SQ), redshirt freshman Evan Curl (6-5, 280, Fr.-RS) and senior Jason Lierz (6-4, 284, Sr.-SQ) while K-State added Western Illinois transfer Nicholas Kaltmayer (6-7, 280, So.-TR) in May.

DEFENSE Returning experience litters all three levels of the defense, including virtually the entire secondary and linebacking corps in addition to a pair of vital players on the defensive front. The Wildcats bring back nine starters on the defensive side of the ball – the most in Snyder’s second stint as head coach – which include two defensive line spots, three linebackers and four of the Wildcats’ five secondary positions. Two of those players, defensive end Jordan Willis and nickelback Donnie Starks, started 13 games last year, while safety Dante Barnett saw his 27-game starting streak end early in 2015. To fill two of the defensive line spots, K-State will have a fierce competition from returning candidates in addition to newcomers, while the open cornerback spot could be claimed by a graduate transfer.

DEFENSIVE LINE All-Big 12 defensive tackle Will Geary (6-0, 298, Jr.-2L) returns for his junior campaign, while defensive end Jordan Willis (6-5, 258, Sr.-3L) – who played at an All-Big 12 level a year ago – will wrap up his K-State career in 2016. The duo has combined for 43 career starts, including 26 from Willis, which is tied for third among active Big 12 players. Each was impressive in 2015 as Geary totaled 45 tackles from the inside, the most by a K-State interior defensive lineman since 2005. Willis was snubbed from All-Big 12 consideration last year despite ranking second in the Big 12 in sacks and fourth in tackles for loss. Looking to fill the open defensive tackle spot vacated by departed three-time All-Big 12 performer Travis Britz are senior Craig Settles (63, 313, Sr.-SQ) juniors Matt Seiwert (6-3, 285, Jr.-1L) and Ray Price (6-2, 290, Jr.-TR) , as well as redshirt freshman Trey Dishon (6-2, 300, Fr.RS). Settles played in two games last year, while Seiwert played in all 13 games with a start in the Liberty Bowl. Price comes to K-State after being named the conference defensive player of the year at Cerritos College. All three will be pushed by Dishon, a powerful young player who redshirted 2015. At defensive end opposite of Willis, veteran Tanner Wood (6-5, 263, Jr.-2L) looks poised to take a step forward after serving in a reserve role in all 26 career games the last two seasons, including last year when he recorded 34 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks. Wood will be pushed by junior Davis Clark (6-2, 260, Jr.-1L) in addition to redshirt freshman Reggie Walker (6-2, 235, Fr.-RS) a promising young player who was rated in the top 40 among outside linebackers in the Class of 2015.

LINEBACKERS One of the most interesting position battles on will be at linebacker as plenty of proven players return for generally two starting spots in K-State’s 4-2-5 defense. Three of the returners – junior Elijah Lee (6-3, 228, Jr.-2L) and seniors Will Davis (6-0, 227, Sr.-3L) and Charmeachealle Moore (6-0, 228, Sr.-3L) –


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were among K-State’s top four tacklers a year ago and combined for all 26 available starts at the two linebacker positions. Lee seeks to elevate his game further after leading the team in tackles last year with 80 en route to Second Team All-Big 12 honors. In fact, he was K-State’s first underclassman linebacker to earn First or Second Team All-Big 12 honors since 1998, while he became the first Wildcat underclassman to lead the team in tackles in seven years. Davis started the first 10 games of 2015, setting a new career high with 54 tackles. Moore seemingly came out of nowhere toward the end of 2015 by averaging 10.8 tackles over the final four games, including a career-best 17 in the regular-season finale against West Virginia on his way to Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week accolades. A strong group of players are looking to push the trio of veterans in senior Colborn Couchman (6-2, 223, Sr.-3L), juniors Jayd Kirby (6-2, 220, Jr.-1L) and Trent Tanking (6-2, 224, Jr.-2L) sophomore Sam Sizelove (6-3, 223, So.-1L) and redshirt freshmen Chase Johnston (6-3, 226, Fr.-RS) , Justin Hughes (6-1, 223, Fr.-RS) and Elijah Sullivan (6-0, 220, Fr.-HS).

SECONDARY With open arms, K-State will welcome the return of veteran safety Dante Barnett (6-1, 194, Sr.-4L) who saw his initial senior season end in the 2015 opener due to injury, while his running mate at safety, Kendall Adams (6-1, 217, So.1L) cornerback Duke Shelley (5-9, 175, So.1L) and nickelback Donnie Starks (6-0, 180, Sr.-2L) also return. And although there is one vacated spot by All-Big 12 cornerback Morgan Burns, K-State brings in experience to fill that role as graduate transfer Cedric Dozier (5-10, 180, Sr.-TR) joins the Wildcats after three years at California. Barnett, the Big 12 leader with 29 career starts, was voted a team captain for a thirdstraight season, his second go-around as a senior after getting the 2015 season back. He leads the team with 181 career tackles and seven interceptions as he is just three picks shy of entering K-State’s career top-10 list. His season-ending injury was especially disappointing considering he was coming off a career-best season in 2014 when he totaled 77 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss and 11 total passes defended. Trying to fill the void left by Barnett, Adams earned five starts, including each of the final four games when he racked up 30 tackles. Joining Adams in competition for the safety spot opposite Barnett is junior Sean Newlan (6-2, 204, Jr.-2L) while junior Brogan Barry (6-2, 198, Jr.-1L) will add depth to the position a year after adding support on special teams. At cornerback, K-State pulled the redshirt off Shelley in game five last year, and he went on to record 28 tackles – all solo stops – with seven pass breakups. His seven knockdowns were the most by a Wildcat freshman since 1998, while he had four against West Virginia to represent the most nationally by a freshman during the 2015 season. Gaining that experience last year should be invaluable to his growth in 2016.

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Cats’ first trip to West Coast since UCLA in ‘09 Fourth game vs. CUSA member in last three yrs Average margin of victory in series is 39 pts Late comback in ‘15 to extend 4-game win streak K-State has won four of last five games Road team has won each of last five games Home team victorious in last four years Last two in Ames decided by avg. of 5 points Cats by double digits in last two home games K-State trying to break four-game skid K-State has won last seven, 20 of last 25 Series tied 2-2 since TCU joined league in 2012

K-State has several younger players ready to fill the other cornerback spot, but the Wildcats were fortunate enough to have Dozier decide to end his career in purple. During his three years at California, he played in 34 career games with 16 starts, accumulating 80 tackles and nine passes defended. Others looking to earn playing time at cornerback include senior Jesse Mack (6-0, 180, Sr.-1L) sophomore transfer Jordan Noil (6-2, 175, So.-TR) and redshirt freshman Johnathan Durham (6-0, 181, Fr.-RS). Starks anchors the nickelback spot for a second-straight season a year after ranking third on the team with 55 stops with 13 starts, including the first 12 at nickel. He will be backed by junior Cre Moore (6-0, 184, Jr.-1L) who has played in nine career games.

SPECIALISTS Boasting three-straight Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year performers, K-State’s solid special teams will always be a trademark under Bill Snyder, and having the nation’s top special teams coordinator in 2015, Sean Snyder, leading the charge will allow the Wildcats to continue their dominance in the third phase. Having an experienced punter and kicker back for 2016 only makes those units better, but the Wildcats must replace All-American kick returner Morgan Burns. One of the nation’s top kickers, Matthew McCrane (5-10, 165, Jr.-2L) split place kicking duties during in 2015 due to injury, and despite the

SPECIALISTS RETURNING/LOST Returning (3) PK Matthew McCrane Jr.-2L 5-10, 165 • Currently ranks first in school history and tops nationally among active players by making 96.2-percent (25-of-26) of his career field goals... A 2016 Preseason All-Big 12 pick by Athlon. KO Ian Patterson Sr.-3L 6-0, 210 • Served as the primary kickoff man the past three years, totaling 58 touchbacks. P Nick Walsh Jr.-2L 5-11, 202 • A two-year starter with a career average of 41.48 yards to rank sixth in school history... Earned All-Big 12 honors in 2015.

Lost (3) KR Morgan Burns 4L 5-11, 201 • A First Team All-American in 2015 who tied the school record for career kickoff-return touchdowns, ranks second in career average and third in yards. PK Jack Cantele 3L 6-0, 175 • First Team All-Big 12 honoree in 2015 who left with four top-10 career marks. LS Dalton Converse 3L 5-11, 215 • Full-time long snapper the last two years.

limited playing time still impressed enough to earn All-Big 12 honors a year after being named a Freshman All-American. McCrane enters 2016 ranked first nationally among active players by connecting on 96.2-percent (25-of-26) of his career field goals, while he is three field goals shy of entering the school’s career top-10 list. Nick Walsh (5-11, 202, Jr.-2L) was an All-Big 12 punter a year ago thanks to a 41.6-yard average that ranked third in the league. His career punting average of 41.48 yards also ranks sixth in school history. In addition to McCrane and Walsh, Ian Patterson (6-0, 210, Sr.-3L) is back for his senior season as the primary kickoff man, a role he has served in each of the last three years with 58 career touchbacks. Burns, the 2015 Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year, is gone. However, blocking on that unit has always been the recipe to K-State’s success, and the selflessness of the players in the program has lent plenty of individuals who are willing continue to the success of the unit with little recognition. Looking to take over where Burns left off is Dominique Heath, who served as the primary punt returner in 2015, community-college transfer Byron Pringle, sophomore Duke Shelley and redshirt freshman Isaiah Zuber.

SCHEDULE The 2016 schedule is truly unique and gets started with a bang with a Friday-night, nationally-televised game at Stanford on Sept. 2, the first meeting with the Cardinal and the sixth regular-season game against a Power 5 school since 2009. Following a bye week in which Bill Snyder Family Stadium will host the Wildcat Kickoff music festival featuring Zac Brown Band and Train on Sept. 10, K-State will host back-to-back non-conference games against Florida Atlantic (Sept. 17) and Missouri State (Sept. 24). The Wildcats open Big 12 play on Oct. 1, at West Virginia, the 15th time in 21 seasons of the Big 12 K-State will open conference play on the road. The uniqueness of the 2016 slate shines through again as the conference schedule alternates between road and home games for all nine contests, a first for K-State since 1951. Following a home game against Texas Tech (Oct. 8) and a road game at Oklahoma (Oct. 15) – a place the Wildcats have won the last two meetings – K-State opens the second half of 2016 with a home game against Texas. K-State follows the Texas home game with a date at Iowa State (Oct. 29). A home game against Oklahoma State (Nov. 5) and, following a second bye week, a date at Baylor (Nov. 19) prelude the Dillons Sunflower Showdown with Kansas (Nov. 26), which serves as K-State’s home finale. The Wildcats have won each of the last seven meetings with their in-state rival by an average score of 45-13. The 2016 regular season closes with a critical conference game at TCU (Dec. 3), a matchup that, in its short Big 12 lifetime, has provided plenty of entertainment. The series between the Wildcats and Horned Frogs is tied, 2-2, with each team winning a game by double digits and a contest by one score or less.

Returning (9) DB Kendall Adams So.-1L 6-1, 217 • Appeared in 12 games as a redshirt freshman in 2015 with five total starts, including each of the last four games. DB Dante Barnett Sr.-4L 6-1, 194 • A third-year team captain who is tied for fourth among active Big 12 players with 29 career starts... Saw a 27-game starting streak come to an end in the 2015 opener, but earned a medical hardship... A 2016 Preseason All-Big 12 pick by Athlon and Sporting News.

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LB Will Davis Sr.-3L 6-0, 227 • Played in every game last year with 10 starts, ranking fourth on the team with 54 tackles... Has made 16 career starts. DT Will Geary Jr.-2L 6-0, 298 • Started 12 games en route to All-Big 12 honors... Had 45 tackles, most by K-State interior lineman since 2005... Preseason All-Big 12 pick by every major preseason magazine. LB Elijah Lee Jr.-2L 6-3, 228 • Started all 13 games, earning All-Big 12 honors after leading the team with 80 tackles... First K-State underclassman LB to earn All-Big 12 honors since 1998... A Preseason All-Big 12 pick by every major preseason magazine. LB Charmeachealle Moore Sr.-3L 6-0, 228 • Recorded 10.8 tackles per game over final four contests of 2015 after just a 1.5 average in first eight games... Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors following a 17-tackle effort against West Virginia. DB Duke Shelley So.-1L 5-9, 175 • Started each of final eight games, becoming K-State’s first true freshman starter at corner since 2006... Had four pass breakups vs. WVU, the most nationally by a freshman in 2015. DB Donnie Starks Sr.-2L 6-0, 180 • Started all 13 games – including 12 at nickelback – ranking third on the team with 55 tackles. DE Jordan Willis Sr.-3L 6-5, 258 • Played at an All-Big 12 level in 2015, ranking fourth in the league with 15.5 tackles for loss... A Preseason All-Big 12 pick by every major preseason magazine, including Lindy’s, which named him the 12th-best defensive end in the nation.

Lost (4) DT Travis Britz 4L 6-4, 293 • Claimed three All-Big 12 honors in his career, which spanned 47 games with 36 starts. DE Marquel Bryant 4L 6-3, 254 • Set career highs in tackles (32), TFLs (6.5) and sacks (5.5) in 2015. DB Morgan Burns 4L 5-11, 201 • Made 24 career starts at corner, including the 2015 season when he earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors. DB Nate Jackson 2L 5-11, 185 • Started 12 games during his career, which came at four different secondary positions.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO 21 70 44 34 22 18 61 82 76 33 49 6 93 48 91 54 57 20 72 35 5 38 99 7 6 16 78 74 89 60 36 2 28 14 38 17 69 4 79 8 32 31 56 55 24 85 47 63 39 96 65 46 27 9 87 59 53 9 10 5

NAME Kendall Adams Will Ash Kyle Ball Alex Barnes Dante Barnett Brogan Barry Abdul Beecham Brett Bell Ajahne Brager Tyler Burns Wesley Burris Deante Burton Davis Clark Konnor Cook Mitch Copeland Dylan Couch Colborn Couchman Javier Craft Evan Curl Will Davis Alex Delton Winston Dimel Trey Dishon Cedric Dozier Johnathan Durham Jesse Ertz Bryce Fitzner Scott Frantz Blaise Gammon Will Geary Tevin Geddis Denzel Goolsby Nate Guidry Hunter Hall Dalton Harman Isaiah Harris Jacob Harshberger Dominique Heath Adam Holtorf Joe Hubener Justin Hughes Da’Marrio Jackson-Smith Terrale Johnson Chase Johnston Charles Jones Larry Jones III Osvelt Joseph Nicholas Kaltmayer Austin Katsorelos Kaelin Key Tom Killilea Jayd Kirby Tanner Langvardt Elijah Lee Nick Lenners Jason Lierz Gavin Lively Mitch Lochbihler Blake Lynch Jesse Mack

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NAME Denzel Goolsby D.J. Reed Elijah Sullivan Dalvin Warmack Dominique Heath Jordan Noil Alex Delton Jesse Mack Deante Burton Johnathan Durham Cedric Dozier Isaiah Zuber Joe Hubener Duke Shelley Elijah Lee Mitch Lochbihler Byron Pringle Blake Lynch Lucas Munds Donnie Starks Skylar Thompson AJ Parker Corey Sutton Ryan Mack Steven West Hunter Hall Nick Walsh Walter Neil Zach Reuter Jesse Ertz Matthew McCrane Isaiah Harris Aulelio Olomua Brogan Barry D.J. Render Colby Moore Javier Craft Kendall Adams Dante Barnett Nick McLellan Mike McCoy Cre Moore Charles Jones Brock Monty Terrance Richards Cameron Morgan Tanner Langvardt Nate Guidry Sean Newlan Duson Sproles Da’Marrio Jackson-Smith Justin Hughes Justin Silmon Tyler Burns Alex Barnes Tanner Wood Will Davis Tevin Geddis Tyler White Winston Dimel Dalton Harman Austin Katsorelos Jimmy McKinney Ian Patterson Sam Sizelove Kade True Drew Scott Kyle Ball David Tullis Jayd Kirby

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WT 192 188 220 187 175 175 201 180 209 181 180 180 212 175 228 240 205 141 200 180 203 163 200 184 202 224 202 159 194 212 165 160 245 198 165 198 170 217 194 175 218 184 208 198 214 194 192 189 204 200 184 223 198 209 221 263 227 180 221 235 243 230 220 210 223 233 210 241 196 220

YR-EX Fr.-RS So.-TR Fr.-RS So.-1L So.-1L So.-TR Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Fr.-RS Sr.-TR Fr.-RS Sr.-2L So.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-SQ So.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ Sr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Sr.-2L Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ Jr.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-4L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Sr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Sr.-SQ So.-SQ Jr.-SQ Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Sr.-TR So.-SQ So.-1L So.-SQ Sr.-SQ Fr.-HS Sr.-3L So.-1L Jr.-SQ Jr.-SQ Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Jr.-1L

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Wichita, Kan. (Bishop Carroll) Bakersfield, Calif. (Cerritos College) Tucker, Ga. (Tucker) Blue Springs, Mo. (Blue Springs) Huntersville, N.C. (Hopewell) Duluth, Ga. (Hutchinson CC) Hays, Kan. (Hays) Spartanburg, S.C. (Highland CC) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Aledo, Texas (Aledo) Roanoke, Ala. (Univ. of California) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stephenson) Cheney, Kan. (Cheney) Tucker, Ga. (Tucker) Blue Springs, Mo. (Blue Springs) Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Catholic) Tampa, Fla. (Butler CC) Goddard, Kan. (Eisenhower) Hutchinson, Kan. (Hutchinson) Crosby, Texas (Crosby) Independence, Mo. (Fort Osage) Bartlesville, Okla. (Bartlesville) Charlotte, N.C. (Mallard Creek) Buford, Ga. (Buford) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge) Clearwater, Kan. (Clearwater) Lyndon, Kan. (Lyndon) Lawton, Okla. (MacArthur) Columbia, Mo. (Rock Bridge) Burlington, Iowa (Mediapolis) Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) Fort Worth, Texas (All Saints Episcopal) Mesa, Ariz. (Mesa CC) Topeka, Kan. (Hayden) Kennesaw, Ga. (North Cobb) Argyle, Texas (Liberty Christian) Greenwood Village, Colo. (Cherry Creek) Fort Worth, Texas (All Saints Episcopal) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) West Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling Catholic) Topeka, Kan. (Topeka) Broken Arrow, Okla. (Broken Arrow) Mandeville, La. (Mandeville) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Rochester, N.Y. (Aquinas Institute) Omaha, Neb. (Westside) Council Grove, Kan. (Council Grove) Fort Worth, Texas (Arlington Heights) Prairie View, Kan. (Phillipsburg) Arlington, Texas (Arlington) Miami, Fla. (Monsignor Pace) Tucker, Ga. (Tucker) Tulsa, Okla. (Union) Wichita, Kan. (Trinity Academy) Pittsburg, Kan. (Pittsburg) Conway Springs, Kan. (Conway Springs) Southlake, Texas (Carroll) Wichita, Kan. (Washburn) Lawrenceville, Ga. (Central Gwinnett) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Salina, Kan. (Salina South) Leawood, Kan. (Blue Valley) Oologah, Okla. (Oologah) Columbia, Mo. (Rock Bridge) Argyle, Texas (Argyle) Salina, Kan. (Salina Central) Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Xavier) Prairie Village, Kan. (Shawnee Mission East) Derby, Kan. (Butler CC) Blooming Grove, Texas (Navarro College)


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HT 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-6 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-7 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-4 5-8 6-4 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2

WT 235 241 195 245 235 228 191 284 226 312 223 340 224 284 298 304 301 280 320 250 270 295 240 314 300 280 300 293 258 303 255 292 291 235 247 202 188 179 244 264 263 220 263 285 260 260 290 282 313 300

YR-EX So.-TR Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Jr.-TR Jr.-2L Sr.-SQ Jr.-2L So.-TR Fr.-RS So.-TR Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ Jr.-SQ Jr.-TR Sr.-3L So.-1L Fr.-RS So.-SQ Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Jr.-2L Fr.-RS So.-SQ Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS So.-SQ Jr.-1L Jr.-1L So.-SQ Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ Fr.-RS

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Miami, Fla. (Garden City CC) Louisburg, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe East) Dallas, Texas (Bishop Dunne) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula) Dallas, Texas (Skyline) Norton, Kan. (Norton) Pryor, Okla. (Pryor) Carl Junction, Mo. (Carl Junction) Manhattan, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Scott City, Kan. (Scott Community) Washington, D.C. (Fullerton College) Holton, Kan. (Holton) Manhattan, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Topeka, Kan. (Topeka) Judson, Texas (Blinn College) Mathews, Ala. (Montgomery Academy) Edwarsville, Ill. (Western Illinois) Coppell, Texas (Coppell) Overland Park, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Wellsville, Kan. (Wellsville) Spring, Texas (Klein Oak) Dodge City, Kan. (Dodge City CC) Indianapolis, Ind. (Cathedral) Wiggins, Colo. (Wiggins) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Valor Christian) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State) Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst) Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia) Salina, Kan. (Southeast Saline) Poway, Calif. (Francis Parker) Seward, Neb. (Seward) Wiggins, Colo. (Wiggins) Wichita, Kan. (Bishop Carroll) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest) Canton, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Mansfield, Texas (Timberview) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southwest) Baldwin City, Kan. (Baldwin) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West) Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin) Wichita, Kan. (Collegiate) Conway Springs, Kan. (Conway Springs) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West) San Antonio, Texas (James Madison) Long Beach, Calif. (Cerritos College) Shawnee Mission, Kan. (Bishop Miege) Glendale, Calif. (Pasadena City College) Horton, Kan. (Horton)

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE PLAYERS AJHANE BRAGER.................................................................uh-ZHAWN-ee BRAY-gur DEANTE Burton .......................................................................................DEE-on-tay Winston DIMEL ..............................................................................................DIM-ul Scott FRANTZ ...............................................................................................FRANCE Jacob HARSHBERGER ...................................................................... HARSH-bur-gur Joe HUBENER ...........................................................................................HUEB-ner Tom KILLILEA .....................................................................................kill-uh-LEE-uh CHARMEACHEALLE Moore ........................................................ sure-MIKE-you-well

Reid NAJVAR ..............................................................................................NYE-vuhr AULELIO OLOMUA .................................................... ah-LAY-lee-oh oh-low-MOO-ah Zach REUTER ................................................................................................ROY-ter Dalton/Kaeson RISNER ...............................................................................RISE-nur DUSON Sproles .......................................................................................... DOO-son COACHES Dana DIMEL...................................................................................................DIM-ul Blake SEILER ................................................................................................SYE-lur

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NAME Ryan Mack Bronson Massie Breontae Matthews Mike McCoy Matthew McCrane Jimmy McKinney Nick McLellan Tyler Mitchell Brock Monty Charmeachealle Moore Colby Moore Cre Moore Cameron Morgan Lucas Munds Aidan Murray Reid Najvar Walter Neil Sean Newlan Jordan Noil Logan O’Dea Aulelio Olomua AJ Parker Ian Patterson Ray Price Byron Pringle D.J. Reed C.J. Reese D.J. Render Zach Reuter Terrance Richards Dalton Risner Kaeson Risner Jordon Robertson Alec Ruth Cody Savage Dalton Schoen Drew Scott Matt Seiwert Craig Settles, Jr. Duke Shelley Justin Silmon Sam Sizelove Duson Sproles Donnie Starks Elijah Sullivan Corey Sutton Trent Tanking Skylar Thompson Kade True Davis Tullis Dayton Valentine Reggie Walker Nick Walsh Dalvin Warmack Steven West Tyler White Glenn Williams Jordan Willis Tanner Wood Isaiah Zuber

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NO NAME 47 Osvelt Joseph 48 Konnor Cook 49 Wesley Burris 50 Jordon Robertson 51 Reggie Walker 52 Charmeachealle Moore 53 Gavin Lively 54 Dylan Couch 55 Chase Johnston 56 Terrale Johnson 57 Colborn Couchman 58 # Breontae Matthews 58 # Trent Tanking 59 Jason Lierz 60 Will Geary 61 Abdul Beecham 62 Tyler Mitchell 63 Nicholas Kaltmayer 64 Glenn Williams 65 Tom Killilea 66 Logan O’Dea 67 Reid Najvar 69 Jacob Harshberger 70 Will Ash 71 Dalton Risner 72 Evan Curl 73 Alec Ruth 74 Scott Frantz 75 Jordan Willis 76 Ajahne Brager 77 Aidan Murray 78 Bryce Fitzner 79 Adam Holtorf 81 Kaeson Risner 82 Brett Bell 83 Dalton Schoen 84 Cody Savage 85 Larry Jones III 87 Nick Lenners 88 Dayton Valentine 89 Blaise Gammon 90 Bronson Massie 91 Mitch Copeland 92 Matt Seiwert 93 Davis Clark 94 C.J. Reese 95 Ray Price 96 Kaelin Key 98 Craig Settles, Jr. 99 Trey Dishon

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SQUAD BREAKDOWN True Freshmen .................................................................... 25 Redshirt Freshmen.............................................................. 22 Sophomores ....................................................................... 24 Juniors ................................................................................ 26 Seniors ............................................................................... 23

LETTERMEN RETURNING (37) OFFENSE (14) Will Ash .............................................................................. OL Ajahne Brager ..................................................................... OL Deante Burton ................................................................... WR Winston Dimel .................................................................... FB Dominique Heath ............................................................... WR Joe Hubener ........................................................................QB Terrale Johnson ................................................................... OL Charles Jones .....................................................................RB Zach Reuter ....................................................................... WR Dalton Risner ...................................................................... OL Justin Silmon ......................................................................RB Dayton Valentine ................................................................. TE Dalvin Warmack..................................................................RB Steven West....................................................................... WR

DEFENSE (20) Kendall Adams....................................................................DB Dante Barnett .....................................................................DB Brogan Barry ......................................................................DB Davis Clark .........................................................................DE Colborn Couchman ............................................................. LB Will Davis ........................................................................... LB Will Geary ........................................................................... DT Jayd Kirby ........................................................................... LB Elijah Lee............................................................................ LB Jesse Mack .........................................................................DB Ryan Mack..........................................................................DB Charmeachealle Moore ....................................................... LB Sean Newlan ......................................................................DB Matt Seiwert ....................................................................... DT Duke Shelley .......................................................................DB Sam Sizelove ...................................................................... LB Donnie Starks .....................................................................DB Trent Tanking ...................................................................... LB Jordan Willis .......................................................................DE Tanner Wood .......................................................................DE

SPECIALISTS (3) Matthew McCrane .............................................................. PK Ian Patterson ...................................................................... PK Nick Walsh ........................................................................... P

STARTERS RETURNING (17) OFFENSE (5) Deante Burton ................................................................... WR Winston Dimel .................................................................... FB Joe Hubener ........................................................................QB Dalton Risner ...................................................................... OL Dayton Valentine ................................................................. TE

DEFENSE (9) Kendall Adams....................................................................DB Dante Barnett .....................................................................DB Will Davis ........................................................................... LB Will Geary ........................................................................... DT Elijah Lee............................................................................ LB Charmeachealle Moore ....................................................... LB Duke Shelley .......................................................................DB Donnie Starks .....................................................................DB Jordan Willis .......................................................................DE

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Matthew McCrane .............................................................. PK Ian Patterson ...................................................................... KO Nick Walsh ........................................................................... P

Trey Dishon ......................................................................... DT Johnathan Durham .............................................................DB Justin Hughes ..................................................................... LB Da’Marrio Jackson-Smith....................................................DB Chase Johnston .................................................................. LB Elijah Sullivan ..................................................................... LB Reggie Walker .....................................................................DE

LETTERMEN LOST (24) OFFENSE (13) Aaron Bennett..................................................................... OL Reed Bergstrom .................................................................. OL Kody Cook.......................................................................... WR Andre Davis ....................................................................... WR Glenn Gronkowski ............................................................... FB Luke Hayes ......................................................................... OL Kyle Klein ........................................................................... WR Matt Kleinsorge................................................................... OL Collin Sexton ...................................................................... WR Cody Small ......................................................................... TE Boston Stiverson................................................................. OL Stanton Weber ................................................................... WR Cody Whitehair ................................................................... OL

DEFENSE (8) Travis Britz.......................................................................... DT Marquel Bryant ...................................................................DE Morgan Burns .....................................................................DB Demonte Hood .................................................................... DT Nate Jackson ......................................................................DB Jordan Kupersmith ..............................................................DE Kaleb Prewett .....................................................................DB Logan Thompson ................................................................ LB

SPECIALISTS (3) Jack Cantele ....................................................................... PK Dalton Converse ................................................................. LS Dillon Wilson....................................................................... PK

STARTERS LOST (12) OFFENSE (6) Kody Cook.......................................................................... WR Glenn Gronkowski ............................................................... FB Luke Hayes ......................................................................... OL Matt Kleinsorge................................................................... OL Boston Stiverson................................................................. OL Cody Whitehair ................................................................... OL

DEFENSE (4) Travis Britz.......................................................................... DT Marquel Bryant ...................................................................DE Morgan Burns .....................................................................DB Nate Jackson ......................................................................DB

SPECIALISTS (2) Jack Cantele ....................................................................... PK Dalton Converse ................................................................. LS

REDSHIRT RETURNERS (21) OFFENSE (13) Alex Barnes ........................................................................RB Evan Curl ............................................................................ OL Alex Delton .........................................................................QB Scott Frantz ........................................................................ OL Blaise Gammon .................................................................. TE Denzel Goolsby .................................................................. WR Hunter Hall .........................................................................QB Adam Holtorf ...................................................................... OL Tyler Mitchell ...................................................................... OL Terrance Richards ...............................................................RB Dalton Schoen ................................................................... WR Glenn Williams.................................................................... OL Isaiah Zuber....................................................................... WR

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SIGNEES (23) OFFENSE (14) Mason Barta ....................................................................... FB Abdul Beecham .................................................................. OL Brett Bell ............................................................................ TE Tyler Burns..........................................................................RB Isaiah Harris ...................................................................... WR Trace Kochevar ................................................................... TE Nick Lenners....................................................................... TE Breontae Matthews............................................................. OL Mike McCoy ........................................................................RB Byron Pringle ..................................................................... WR D.J. Render......................................................................... WR Ian Rudzik........................................................................... FB Corey Sutton ...................................................................... WR Skylar Thompson ................................................................QB

DEFENSE (9) Kyle Ball ............................................................................. LB Cedric Dozier ......................................................................DB Bronson Massie ..................................................................DE Jimmy McKinney ................................................................. LB Jordan Noil..........................................................................DB AJ Parker ............................................................................DB Ray Price ............................................................................ DT D.J. Reed .............................................................................DB Jordon Robertson ................................................................ DT


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A 1-0 0-0 1-5-1 0-5 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-4 1-1 0-3 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 1-2 0-0 5-28 0-1 1-1 5-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-4 17-28-3 0-0 19-37-2 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0-1 5-7 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

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OPPONENT Total Miami ...................................................... 2-0 Michigan.................................................. 1-0 Michigan State........................................0-5-1 Minnesota................................................ 2-1 Mississippi State ..................................... 0-2 Missouri ...............................................32-60-5 MISSOURI STATE ....................................3-0 Mo. School of Mines................................. 1-0 Montana .................................................. 1-0 Montana State ......................................... 1-0 Nebraska ..............................................15-78-2 Nevada-Las Vegas ................................... 2-0 New Mexico ............................................. 1-4 New Mexico State .................................... 4-0 North Dakota State .................................. 1-1 North Texas.............................................. 6-1 Northern Illinois ....................................... 4-2 Northern Iowa .......................................... 0-3 Ohio......................................................... 1-0 Ohio State................................................ 0-1 OKLAHOMA .........................................19-73-4 OKLAHOMA STATE .................................24-38 Olathe N.A.S. ..........................................0-1-1 Oregon ..................................................... 0-1 Oregon State ............................................ 1-0 Ottawa (Kan.) .......................................... 3-3 Pacific (Calif.) .........................................1-0-1 Penn State ............................................... 0-2 Purdue ..................................................... 0-3 Rice ......................................................... 2-0 St. Mary’s (Kan.) ..................................... 1-3 Saint Louis .............................................. 0-1 San Francisco .......................................... 0-1 San Jose State ......................................... 1-1 South Carolina ......................................... 1-2 South Dakota ........................................... 4-0 South Dakota State .................................. 2-0 Southern California .................................. 2-0 Southwestern (Kan.) ...............................6-1-1 STANFORD ................................................. Stephen F. Austin ..................................... 1-0 Syracuse ................................................. 1-1 Tampa ..................................................... 2-0 TCU .........................................................4-5 Temple ..................................................... 3-0 Tennessee................................................ 1-0 Tennessee Tech ........................................ 2-0 TEXAS ......................................................9-7 Texas A&M ............................................... 7-8 TEXAS TECH ............................................7-9 Troy State (Ala.) ....................................... 1-0 Tulane...................................................... 0-1 Tulsa......................................................6-11-1 UCLA ....................................................... 1-2 UTEP ....................................................... 2-1 UTSA ....................................................... 1-0 Utah State ............................................... 2-3 Vanderbilt ................................................ 0-1 Virginia Tech ............................................ 1-1 Wake Forest ............................................. 1-1 Washburn (Kan.)...................................18-10-2 Washington .............................................. 1-4 Washington (Mo.) .................................... 4-1 Washington HS .......................................0-0-1 WEST VIRGINIA .......................................5-1 Western Illinois ........................................ 2-0 Western Kentucky .................................... 3-0 Wichita State .........................................17-4-2 William Jewell (Mo.) ................................. 1-1 Wisconsin ................................................ 0-2 Wyoming.................................................. 4-4

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OPPONENT Total Air Force .................................................. 3-0 Akron ....................................................... 1-0 Arizona ...................................................1-5-1 Arizona State ........................................... 1-5 Arkansas ................................................. 3-3 Arkansas State ........................................ 2-0 Army........................................................ 0-2 Auburn..................................................... 0-4 Austin Peay (Tenn.) .................................. 0-1 Baker (Kan.) ............................................ 6-1 Ball State................................................. 1-0 BAYLOR ...................................................7-6 Bethany (Kan.)......................................... 2-4 Boston College ......................................... 0-4 Bowling Green ......................................... 1-0 Brigham Young ......................................... 4-4 California ................................................. 1-0 Camp Funston ......................................... 2-0 Central Florida ......................................... 1-0 Centre College (Ky.).................................. 1-0 Chapman HS ..........................................2-0-3 Cincinnati ................................................ 2-4 Clyde HS .................................................. 1-0 Colorado ...............................................20-45-1 Colorado College ...................................... 0-1 Colorado State ......................................... 5-1 Creighton (Neb.) ...................................... 8-1 Drake (Iowa) ............................................ 2-3 Drury (Mo.) .............................................. 1-0 Duquesne (Pa.) ........................................ 1-1 Eastern Illinois ......................................... 1-0 Eastern Kentucky ..................................... 1-0 Emporia College (Kan.) ............................ 6-2 Florida ..................................................... 0-2 FLORIDA ATLANTIC .................................1-0 Florida International................................. 1-0 Florida State ............................................ 0-3 Fort Hays State (Kan.).............................8-2-1 Fort Riley (Kan.) ......................................3-3-1 Fresno State ............................................ 0-2 Friends (Kan.) .......................................... 1-0 Grinnell (Iowa) ......................................... 2-0 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) ......................... 0-1 Haskell Institute (Kan.) ............................ 6-3 Idaho State .............................................. 1-0 Illinois...................................................... 0-1 Illinois State............................................. 1-0 Indiana .................................................... 2-3 Indiana State ........................................... 3-0 Iowa ....................................................... 1-5 IOWA STATE.........................................46-49-4 Junction City HS ....................................... 1-0 KANSAS ...............................................44-64-5 Kansas City Medical ................................ 0-1 Kansas City Vets ...................................... 1-0 KSTC-Emporia State ..............................13-8-3 KSTC-Pittsburg ........................................ 1-0 Kansas Wesleyan ..................................... 7-0 Kent State ................................................ 1-0 Kentucky.................................................. 1-3 Long Beach State..................................... 0-1 Louisiana................................................. 4-1 Louisiana-Monroe .................................... 2-0 Louisiana State........................................ 0-1 Louisiana Tech ......................................... 3-1 Louisville ................................................. 0-2 Manhattan HS ......................................... 1-0 Manhattan (N.Y.) .....................................0-0-1 Marquette (Wis.)...................................... 6-7 Marshall (W.Va.) ...................................... 2-1 Massachusetts ........................................ 3-0 McNeese State (La.) ................................ 1-0 Memphis ................................................. 2-1

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Iowa State Series Notes K-State Points ...................................................1,636 Iowa State Points ...............................................1,690 Record at Home .............................................26-21-1 Record at Iowa State......................................18-28-3 Record at Neutral...............................................2-0-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................7-4-4 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ...............18-15-4 Longest Winning Streak......................10 (1994-2003) Longest Losing Streak ............................10 (1943-52) Current Streak .................................................. Won 8 Last 10 Games ..................................................... 9-1 Biggest Win..............................................58-7 (2002) Biggest Loss ............................................0-48 (1943)

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Kansas Series Notes K-State Points ...................................................1,824 Kansas Points ....................................................2,037 Record at Home .............................................25-27-3 Record at Kansas...........................................19-37-2 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................4-5-5 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ...............14-19-5 Longest Winning Streak......................11 (1993-2003) Longest Losing Streak ............................10 (1956-65) Current Streak .................................................. Won 7 Last 10 Games ..................................................... 7-3 Biggest Win..............................................64-0 (2002) Biggest Loss ............................................0-55 (1947)

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Oklahoma Series Notes K-State Points ...................................................1,203 Oklahoma Points................................................3,015 Record at Home .............................................10-37-1 Record at Oklahoma ........................................8-35-3 Record at Neutral...............................................1-1-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................5-6-4 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less .................10-9-4 Longest Winning Streak............................5 (1993-97) Longest Losing Streak ............................32 (1937-68) Current Streak .................................................. Lost 1 Last 10 Games ..................................................... 3-7 Biggest Win............................................49-10 (1995) Biggest Loss ............................................0-76 (1942)

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40-10 9-0 11-0 23-0 18-25 13-6 31-0 0-12 6-42 14-26 0-41 0-28 7-27 7-14 21-27 7-28 0-45 6-30 17-14 7-31 6-21 14-49 21-14 19-28 28-15 35-23 14-45 9-28 5-29 3-56 21-45 14-21 18-7 15-42 0-10 10-31 16-24 21-20 6-34 3-35 3-23 7-56 27-45 13-17 23-17 36-26 10-0 21-17 23-6 23-17 52-20 44-21 44-9 34-38 31-27 39-41 14-24 45-52 44-30 29-33 48-14 34-36

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Oklahoma State Series Notes K-State Points ...................................................1,159 Oklahoma State Points ......................................1,552 Record at Home ................................................ 16-17 Record at Oklahoma State .................................. 8-21 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................2-3-0 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less .................8-10-0 Longest Winning Streak... 9 (1990-95, 1998-99, 2002) Longest Losing Streak ...11 (1947-50, 1955-56, 1958-62) Current Streak .................................................. Lost 1 Last 10 Games ..................................................... 4-6 Biggest Win..............................................44-9 (2002) Biggest Loss ............................................3-56 (1975)

STANFORD [0-0-0] First Meeting

TCU [4-5-0] 11/30/22 .................W 9/17/83 ...................W 9/22/84 .................... 9/21/85 .................... 9/20/86 .................... 11/10/2012 .............W 11/16/2013 .............W 11/8/2014 ................ 10/10/2015 ..............

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TCU Series Notes K-State Points ......................................................240 TCU Points............................................................238 Record at Home .................................................3-2-0 Record at TCU....................................................1-3-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................1-1-0 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ...................1-2-0 Longest Winning Streak...... 2 (1922, 1983 & 2012-13) Current Streak .................................................. Lost 2 Biggest Win..............................................45-0 (1922) Biggest Loss ..........................................10-42 (1984)

TEXAS [9-7-0] 11/18/13 .................. 10/2/26 ...................W 11/11/27 .................. 9/26/42 .................... 9/19/98 ...................W 10/2/99 ...................W 10/19/2002 .............. 10/4/2003 ................ 11/11/2006 .............W 9/29/2007 ...............W 11/6/2010 ...............W 11/19/2011 .............W 12/1/2012 ...............W 9/21/2013 ................ 10/25/2014 .............W 10/24/2015 ..............

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0-46 13-3 7-41 0-64 48-7 35-17 14-17 20-24 45-42 41-21 39-14 17-13 42-24 21-31 23-0 9-23

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TEXAS TECH [7-9-0] 11/30/33 .................. 11/9/63 .................... 9/6/86 ...................... 8/31/96 ...................W 11/1/97 ...................W 10/21/2000 .............W 10/13/2001 .............. 10/30/2004 .............. 10/15/2005 .............. 10/4/2008 ................ 10/10/2009 .............. 10/15/2011 .............W 10/27/2012 .............W 11/9/2013 ...............W 10/4/2014 ...............W 11/14/2015 ..............

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0-6 13-51 7-41 21-14 13-2 28-23 19-38 25-35 20-59 28-58 14-66 41-34 55-24 49-26 45-13 44-59

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SERIES RESULTS

10/22/32 .................. 11/18/33 .................W 11/17/34 .................W 11/16/35 .................. 11/7/36 .................... 10/30/37 .................. 11/5/38 .................... 11/11/39 .................. 10/19/40 .................. 10/18/41 .................. 11/7/42 .................... 10/23/43 .................. 10/21/44 .................. 10/27/45 .................. 10/19/46 .................. 11/8/47 .................... 10/16/48 .................. 11/5/49 .................... 10/21/50 .................. 11/3/51 .................... 10/25/52 .................. 10/31/53 .................. 10/23/54 .................. 10/29/55 .................. 10/6/56 .................... 11/2/57 .................... 10/25/58 .................. 11/7/59 .................... 10/22/60 .................. 11/4/61 .................... 10/27/62 .................. 10/26/63 .................. 10/24/64 .................. 10/23/65 .................. 11/5/66 .................... 10/21/67 .................. 11/2/68 .................... 10/25/69 .................W 10/24/70 .................W 10/23/71 .................. 10/28/72 .................. 10/27/73 .................. 10/26/74 .................. 10/18/75 .................. 11/6/76 .................... 10/29/77 .................. 10/28/78 .................. 10/20/79 .................. 10/18/80 .................. 11/7/81 .................... 11/6/82 .................... 10/1/83 .................... 9/29/84 .................... 10/5/85 .................... 10/4/86 .................... 10/17/87 .................. 10/15/88 .................. 11/11/89 .................. 11/10/90 .................. 11/2/91 .................... 10/31/92 .................. 10/30/93 .................W 10/29/94 .................W 11/4/95 ...................W 10/26/96 .................W 10/25/97 .................W 10/14/2000 .............. 12/2/2000 ................ 9/29/2001 ................ 12/6/2003 ...............W 10/16/2004 .............. 10/1/2005 ................ 10/25/2008 .............. 10/31/2009 .............. 10/29/2011 .............. 9/22/2012 ...............W 11/23/2013 .............. 10/18/2014 .............W 10/17/2015 ..............

Texas Tech Series Notes K-State Points .....................................................422 Texas Tech Points ................................................549 Record at Home ................................................4-2-0 Record at Texas Tech ........................................3-7-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ..................0-0-0 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ..................3-1-0 Longest Winning Streak ...........................4 (2011-14) Longest Losing Streak ... 5 (2001, 2004-05, 2008-09) Current Streak ................................................. Lost 1 Last 10 Games .................................................... 4-6 Biggest Win ...........................................45-13 (2014) Biggest Loss .........................................14-66 (2009)

WEST VIRGINIA [5-1-0] 11/8/30 .................... 10/31/31 .................W 10/20/2012 .............W 10/26/2013 .............W 11/20/2014 .............W 12/5/2015 ...............W

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West Virginia Series Notes K-State Points ......................................................166 West Virginia Points ................................................92 Record at Home ................................................2-0-0 Record at West Virginia .....................................3-1-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ..................1-0-0 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ..................2-0-0 Longest Winning Streak .................5 (1931, 2012-15) Longest Losing Streak .................................. 1 (1930) Current streak .................................................. Won 5 Biggest win ...........................................55-14 (2012) Biggest loss .............................................23-7 (1930)

Texas Series Notes K-State Points ......................................................374 Texas Points .........................................................387 Record at Home .................................................6-1-0 Record at Texas .................................................3-6-0 Games Decided by 3 Points or Less ...................1-1-0 Games Decided by 7 Points or Less ...................2-2-0 Longest Winning Streak............ 5 (2006-07, 2010-12) Longest Losing Streak ....... 2 (1927, 1942 & 2002-03) Current Streak .................................................. Lost 1 Last 10 Games .................................................... 6-4 Biggest Win..............................................48-7 (1998) Biggest Loss ...........................................0-64 (1942)

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC

September 2 • 8 p.m. (CT) Stanford Stadium Palo Alto, Calif. FS1

SCHEDULE 09.02 KANSAS STATE 09.17 USC* 09.24 at UCLA* 09.30 at Washington* 10.08 WASHINGTON STATE* 10.15 at Notre Dame 10.22 COLORADO* 10.29 at Arizona* 11.05 OREGON STATE* 11.12 at Oregon* 11.19 at California* 11.26 RICE * Pac-12 Conference Game

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Location .....................Palo Alto, Calif. Enrollment .............................16,770 Nickname ............................. Cardinal Colors ...................Cardinal and White Conference.............................Pac-12 Stadium... Stanford Stadium (50,424) Athletics Director..........Bernard Muir 2015 Overall Record ................. 12-2 2015 Conf. Record/Finish ..... 8-1/1st Postseason......Rose Bowl Champions Head Coach.....................David Shaw Overall Record (Yrs) ........54-14 (5) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 0-0

Location ...................Boca Raton, Fla. Enrollment .............................30,364 Nickname .................................. Owls Colors ............................Blue and Red Conference.....Conference USA [East] Stadium.......... FAU Stadium (29,495) Athletics Director.......... Patrick Chun 2015 Overall Record ................... 3-9 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ...3-5/t4th (East) Postseason................................ None Head Coach............. Charlie Partridge Overall Record (Yrs) ..........6-18 (2) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 0-0

SCHEDULE 09.03 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 09.10 at Miami 09.17 at Kansas State 09.24 BALL STATE 10.01 at FIU* 10.08 CHARLOTTE* 10.15 at Marshall* 10.29 WESTERN KENTUCKY* 11.05 at Rice* 11.11 UTEP* 11.19 OLD DOMINION* 11.26 at Middle Tennessee* * Conference USA Game

September 24 • 6:10 p.m. Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan. K-StateHD.TV

QUICK FACTS SCHEDULE 09.01 SOUTHWESTERN (KS) COLL. 09.10 at Murray State 09.24 at Kansas State 10.01 at Indiana State* 10.08 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 10.15 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 10.22 at Northern Iowa* 10.29 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS* 11.05 at South Dakota State* 11.12 at Illinois State* 11.19 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* * Missouri Valley Conference Game

Location ....................Springfield, Mo. Enrollment .............................24,489 Nickname .................................Bears Colors ....................Maroon and White Conference.................Missouri Valley Stadium......Plaster Stadium (17,500) Athletics Director............. Kyle Moats 2015 Overall Record ................. 1-10 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ....... 0-8/10th Postseason................................ None Head Coach................... Dave Steckel Overall Record (Yrs) ..........1-10 (1) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 0-0

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Football SID ..................................................Katrina McCormack Office Phone...................................................(561) 297-3163 Email ....................................................... kmccormi@fau.edu Website................................................................ FAUSports.com Twitter Handles .................. @FAUOwlAthletics, @FAU_football

Football SID .............................................................Eric Doennig Office Phone...................................................(417) 836-4586 Email .................................... EricDoennig@missouristate.edu Website.................................................. MissouriStateBears.com Twitter Handles .............@MissouriStBears, @MOStateFootball

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TEXAS TECH

October 1 Milan Puskar Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

SCHEDULE 09.03 MISSOURI 09.10 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 09.24 vs. BYU FedExField; Landover, Md. 10.01 KANSAS STATE* 10.15 at Texas Tech* 10.22 TCU* 10.29 at Oklahoma State* 11.05 KANSAS* 11.12 at Texas* 11.19 OKLAHOMA* 11.26 at Iowa State* 12.03 BAYLOR* * Big 12 Conference Game

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September 17 • 1:30 p.m. Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan. FSN

OKLAHOMA

October 8 Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan.

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Location ...............Morgantown, W.Va. Enrollment .............................32,348 Nickname .....................Mountaineers Colors .................... Old Gold and Blue Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium.... Milan Puskar Stadium (60,000) Athletics Director...........Shane Lyons 2015 Overall Record ................... 8-5 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ........4-5/t5th Postseason...Cactus Bowl Champions Head Coach...............Dana Holgorsen Overall Record (Yrs) ........36-28 (5) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 0-4

Location .....................Lubbock, Texas Enrollment .............................35,893 Nickname ........................Red Raiders Colors .....................Scarlet and Black Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium...Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454) Athletics Director........... Kirby Hocutt 2015 Overall Record ................... 7-6 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ........4-5/t5th Postseason....................... Texas Bowl Head Coach.................Kliff Kingsbury Overall Record (Yrs) ........19-19 (3) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 1-2

SCHEDULE 09.03 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 09.10 at Arizona State 09.17 LOUISIANA TECH 09.29 KANSAS* 10.08 at Kansas State* 10.15 WEST VIRGINIA* 10.22 OKLAHOMA* 10.29 at TCU* 11.05 TEXAS* 11.12 at Oklahoma State* 11.19 at Iowa State* 11.25 vs. Baylor* AT&T Stadium; Arlington, Texas * Big 12 Conference Game

October 17 Memorial Stadium Norman, Okla.

QUICK FACTS SCHEDULE 09.03 vs. Houston* NRG Stadium; Houston, Texas 09.10 LOUISIANA-MONROE 09.17 OHIO STATE 10.01 at TCU* 10.08 vs. Texas* Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas 10.15 KANSAS STATE* 10.22 at Texas Tech* 10.29 KANSAS* 11.03 at Iowa State* 11.12 BAYLOR* 11.19 at West Virginia 12.03 OKLAHOMA STATE* * Big 12 Conference Game

Location ......................Norman, Okla. Enrollment .............................30,813 Nickname ..............................Sooners Colors ................. Crimson and Cream Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium... Memorial Stadium (82,112) Athletics Director....... Joe Castiglione 2015 Overall Record ................. 11-2 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ......... 8-1/1st Postseason...CFP Semis at Orange Bowl Head Coach......................Bob Stoops Overall Record (Yrs) .... 179-46 (16) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................. 10-3

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Football SID ........................................................... Mike Montoro Office Phone...................................................(304) 293-2821 Email .........................................mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu Website............................................................... WVUSports.com Twitter Handles ............................@WVUSports, @WVUfootball

Football SID ....................................................Blake Zimmerman Office Phone...................................................(806) 742-2770 Email ............................................blake.zimmerman@ttu.edu Website................................................................. TexasTech.com Twitter Handles .....................@TechAthletics, @TTU_WreckEm

Football SID .............................................................. Mike Houck Office Phone...................................................(405) 325-8227 Email ............................................................mhouck@ou.edu Website............................................................SoonerSports.com Twitter Handles ........................ @OU_Athletics, @OU_Football

DANA HOLGORSEN

MIKE MONTORO

KLIFF KINGSBURY

BLAKE ZIMMERMAN

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at Iowa State

SCHEDULE 09.04 NOTRE DAME 09.10 UTEP 09.17 at California 10.01 at Oklahoma State* 10.08 vs. Oklahoma Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas 10.15 IOWA STATE* 10.22 at Kansas State* 10.29 BAYLOR* 11.05 at Texas Tech* 11.12 WEST VIRGINIA* 11.19 at Kansas* 11.25 TCU* * Big 12 Conference Game

OKLAHOMA STATE

October 29 Jack Trice Stadium Ames, Iowa

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Location ........................Austin, Texas Enrollment .............................52,076 Nickname .......................... Longhorns Colors ........... Burnt Orange and White Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium...Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119) Athletics Director.............Mike Perrin 2015 Overall Record ................... 5-7 2015 Conf. Record/Finish ....4-5/t5th Postseason................................ None Head Coach................. Charlie Strong Overall Record (Yrs) .......48-29 (6) Record at School (Yrs) ...11-14 (2) Record vs. K-State ................... 1-1

Location .......................... Ames, Iowa Enrollment .............................36,001 Nickname ............................ Cyclones Colors .................... Cardinal and Gold Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium...Jack Trice Stadium (56,800) Athletics Director..........Jamie Pollard 2015 Overall Record ................... 3-9 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ......... 2-7/9th Postseason................................ None Head Coach................ Matt Campbell Overall Record (Yrs) .......35-15 (5) Record at School (Yrs) ....First Year Record vs. K-State ................... 0-0

SCHEDULE 09.03 NORTHERN IOWA 09.10 at Iowa 09.17 at TCU* 09.24 SAN JOSE STATE 10.01 BAYLOR* 10.08 at Oklahoma State* 10.15 at Texas* 10.29 KANSAS STATE* 11.03 OKLAHOMA* 11.12 at Kansas* 11.19 TEXAS TECH* 11.26 WEST VIRGINIA* * Big 12 Conference Game

November 5 Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan.

QUICK FACTS SCHEDULE 09.03 SOUTHEASTERN LA. 09.10 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 09.17 PITTSBURGH 09.24 at Baylor* 10.01 TEXAS* 10.08 IOWA STATE* 10.22 at Kansas* 10.29 WEST VIRGINIA* 11.05 at Kansas State* 11.12 TEXAS TECH* 11.19 at TCU* 12.03 at Oklahoma* * Big 12 Conference Game

Location ....................Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment .............................35,073 Nickname ............................ Cowboys Colors .....................Orange and Black Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium... Boone Pickens Stadium (60,218) Athletics Director............Mike Holder 2015 Overall Record ................. 10-3 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ....... 7-2/t2nd Postseason.......................Sugar Bowl Head Coach..................... Mike Gundy Overall Record (Yrs) ...... 94-47 (11) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 5-3

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Football SID ..............................................................John Bianco Office Phone...................................................(512) 471-1346 Email ..................................john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu Website.............................................................. TexasSports.com Twitter Handles .........................@TexasSports, @Longhorn_FB

Football SID ...............................................................Mike Green Office Phone...................................................(515) 294-3372 Email ......................................................mgreen@iastate.edu Website...................................................................Cyclones.com Twitter Handles ..............................@CycloneATH, @CycloneFB

Football SID ...............................................................Gavin Lang Office Phone...................................................(405) 744-3875 Email .................................................gavin.lang@okstate.edu Website.................................................................... OKState.com Twitter Handles ............................@OSUAthletics, @CowboyFB

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KANSAS

November 19 McLane Stadium Waco, Texas

SCHEDULE 09.03 NORTHWESTERN STATE 09.10 SMU 09.17 at Rice 09.24 OKLAHOMA STATE* 10.01 at Iowa State* 10.15 KANSAS* 10.29 at Texas* 11.05 TCU* 11.12 at Oklahoma* 11.19 KANSAS STATE* 11.25 vs. Texas Tech* AT&T Stadium; Arlington, Texas 12.03 at West Virginia* * Big 12 Conference Game

at TCU

November 26 Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan.

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Location ......................... Waco, Texas Enrollment .............................16,787 Nickname .................................Bears Colors ........................ Green and Gold Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium.... McLane Stadium (45,000) Athletics Director........................TBA 2015 Overall Record ................. 10-3 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ......... 6-3/4th Postseason..... Russell Athletic Bowl Champ. Acting Head Coach ............Jim Grobe Overall Record (Yrs) ...110-115-1 (19) Record at School (Yrs) ....First Year Record vs. K-State ................... 0-1

Location .................... Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment .............................27,983 Nickname ........................... Jayhawks Colors .....................Crimson and Blue Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium...Memorial Stadium (50,071) Athletics Director...Dr. Sheahon Zenger 2015 Overall Record ................. 0-12 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ....... 0-9/10th Postseason................................ None Head Coach.................... David Beaty Overall Record (Yrs) .........0-12 (1) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 0-1

SCHEDULE 09.03 RHODE ISLAND 09.10 OHIO 09.17 at Memphis 09.29 at Texas Tech* 10.08 TCU* 10.15 at Baylor* 10.22 OKLAHOMA STATE* 10.29 at Oklahoma* 11.05 at West Virginia* 11.12 IOWA STATE* 11.19 TEXAS* 11.26 at Kansas State* * Big 12 Conference Game

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TEXAS

October 22 Bill Snyder Family Stadium Manhattan, Kan.

December 3 Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas

QUICK FACTS SCHEDULE 09.03 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 09.10 ARKANSAS 09.17 IOWA STATE* 09.23 at SMU* 10.01 OKLAHOMA* 10.08 at Kansas* 10.22 at West Virginia* 10.29 TEXAS TECH* 11.05 at Baylor* 11.19 OKLAHOMA STATE* 11.25 at Texas* 12.03 KANSAS STATE * Big 12 Conference Game

Location ..................Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment .............................10,033 Nickname ......................Horned Frogs Colors ......................Purple and White Conference.............................. Big 12 Stadium... Amon G. Carter Stadium (45,000) Athletics Director...... Chris Del Conte 2015 Overall Record ................. 11-2 2015 Conf. Rec./Finish ....... 7-2/t2nd Postseason... Alamo Bowl Champions Head Coach................ Gary Patterson Overall Record (Yrs) .... 143-47 (15) Record at School (Yrs) ......... Same Record vs. K-State ................... 2-2

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Football SID .......................................................... Heath Nielsen Office Phone...................................................(254) 710-3538 Email ............................................ heath_nielsen@baylor.edu Website..............................................................BaylorBears.com Twitter Handles ........................@BaylorAthletics, @BUFootball

Football SID .......................................................... Katy Lonergan Office Phone...................................................(785) 864-7314 Email .................................................................katyl@ku.edu Website...............................................................KUAthletics.com Twitter Handles ...........................@KUAthletics, @KU_Football

Football SID ..............................................................Mark Cohen Office Phone...................................................(817) 257-5394 Email ..........................................................m.cohen@tcu.edu Website.................................................................... GoFrogs.com Twitter Handles ....................... @TCU_Athletics, @TCUFootball

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HEATH NIELSEN

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HEAD COACH

25 TH YEAR

BILL SNYDER

17 BOWL GAMES TWO BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

the fourth person in the history of college football to be inducted into the Hall of Fame as an active coach

Five-Time National Coach of the Year Precise. Intense. Tireless. Accomplished. Dedicated. Caring. Hall of Famer. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder is all of these and much more. To understand the full picture of Snyder, it is necessary to acknowledge his values, sincerity and warmth, along with the concern he shows for the people around him – all qualities that solidify his reputation as an innovator and mentor in college athletics. The architect of the “greatest turnaround in college football history” returned to the sidelines in 2009 with hopes of revitalizing a program that he once built, piece by piece, into a national force. And, after seven seasons back in charge, he has done just that – and then some. Over the past seven years under Snyder, K-State has totaled 57 victories – an average of 8.1 wins per year – advanced to six-straight bowl games, won a conference championship in 2012 and finished third or better in the ultra-competitive Big 12 Conference in three of the last five seasons. However, the recent success should come as no surprise as Snyder took over a program in 1989 that was in the midst of a 27-game winless streak and turned it into a national contender that advanced to 11-straight bowl games and tallied six 11-win seasons over a seven-year stretch. Turning around a program not only once, but twice, is one of the biggest reasons why Snyder became just the fourth person all-time to be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as an active coach. The man who said, ‘No,’ to those who said it couldn’t be done in Manhattan, Kansas, was enshrined in the hall in December 2015. Snyder’s squad was put to the ultimate test in 2015 as virtually everyone outside of the new Vanier Family Football Complex had concluded the season to be a failure in the middle of November. The difficulty of withstanding a large personnel turnover from the previous season was compounded by injuries at multiple positions early in the season, namely at quarterback and in the secondary. Following yet another rally that fell short at Texas Tech, the Wildcats were reeling, standing a 3-6 and suffering through a six-game losing streak. With their backs firmly against the wall, the Wildcats trailed to Iowa State, 35-14, at halftime and saw a five-year bowl streak slipping away. However, Snyder’s resilient group fought back and scored 10 points over the final 42 seconds of the contest to earn a 38-35 win and kick start a stretch of threestraight wins to end the season and become bowl eligible for a sixth-straight campaign.

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Following the win against Iowa State, K-State routed its in-state rival, Kansas, for seventh-straight season and made another fourth-quarter comeback, this time against West Virginia, for a 24-23 win to earn another bowl berth. The in-season turnaround in 2015 was one of the best in school history, rivaled only by Snyder’s 2002 and 2013 squads. With the feat, K-State became just the sixth Power 5 team in the 12-game schedule era (2006) to stave off bowl elimination in at least three-straight games (2-6 or 3-6 record). Additionally, the Wildcats became just the third team since 1980 (joining 2011 Illinois and 2015 Indiana) to have a six-game losing streak yet finish the season with bowl eligibility. Throughout his entire coaching career, Snyder has emphasized an importance in special teams, and it was the specialty units that spearheaded the in-season turn around in 2015 as kick returner Morgan Burns was named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year and an All-American by numerous outlets. In all, 10 Wildcats earned All-Big 12 honors, led by first teamers Burns, offensive lineman Cody Whitehair, place kicker Jack Cantele and fullback Winston Dimel. Act Two of the renowned career started in 2009 when the Wildcats went 6-6 prior to a 7-5 campaign in 2010 and a berth in the inaugural Pinstripe Bowl. K-State’s climb back into the nation picture continued in 2011 as the Cats went 10-3, finished No. 8 in the BCS standings and earned their first Cotton Bowl invitation since 2001. The bar was raised again in 2012 as Snyder led the Cats to their third conference championship in school history and first since 2003. Kansas State, which won its first 10 games of the season and finished the regular season at 11-1 with an 8-1 mark in Big 12 play, tied the school record for overall wins and conference victories while also ascending to No. 1 in the BCS rankings following its 10-0 start. Snyder went on to win the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award as well as top Big 12 coach honors for the second straight season following the Cats’ memorable 2012 campaign that culminated with a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Quarterback Collin Klein became just the second player in school history to be named a Heisman Trophy finalist, while a school-record 20 Wildcats earned All-Big 12 honors in 2012, including Klein (Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year), Arthur Brown (Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year) and Meshak Williams (Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year).

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Overall

Big 8/12

1989

1-10

0-7

Finish 8th

1990

5-6

2-5

T6th

1991

7-4

4-3

4th

1992

5-6

2-5

T6th

1993

9-2-1

4-2-1

1994

9-3

5-2

3rd

1995

10-2

5-2

T2nd

1996

9-3

6-2

3rd-N

1997

11-1

7-1

2nd-N

1998

11-2

8-0

1st-N

1999

11-1

7-1

T1st-N

2000

11-3

6-2

1st-N

2001

6-6

3-5

T4th-N

2002

11-2

6-2

2nd-N

2003

11-4

6-2

1st

2004

4-7

2-6

T5th-N

2005

5-6

2-6

6th-N

2009

6-6

4-4

T2nd-N

2010

7-6

3-5

3rd-N

2011

10-3

7-2

2nd

2012

11-2

8-1

1st

2013

8-5

5-4

5th

2014

9-3

7-2

3rd

2015

6-7

3-6

8th

Totals

193-101-1

112-77-1

3rd


With an 11-4 record in 2003, K-State was the only team in the country to win 11 games in six of the previous seven years and just the second program in the history of college football to win 11 games six times in a seven-year stretch. Snyder’s unprecedented success in 24 years at Kansas State has not gone unnoticed. He has been named the National Coach of the Year on five occasions (1991, 1994, 1998, 2011 and 2012). He has been a finalist for the prestigious Bear Bryant/FWAA National Coach of the Year Award in 1993, 1995, 2011 and 2012, while winning the award in 1998; a finalist for the Football News National Coach of the Year Award in 1995 and 1998; and a finalist for the AFCA National Coach of the Year Award in 1993 and 1998. In 1993, he joined legendary Nebraska head coach Bob Devaney as the only head coaches in Big Eight history to be named Associated Press Big Eight Coach of the Year three times in a fouryear period (1990, 1991 and 1993). Since the inception of the Big 12 Conference, Snyder’s Wildcats truly have been a dominant force in the league, ranking in the top three in overall Big 12 wins. Kansas State also won more Big 12 road games than any team in the league during Snyder’s first tenure and advanced to the championship game three times. Those facts alone demonstrate the continuing evolution of a power in the Big 12 and with it the recognition that Snyder is truly one of the finest coaches ever in college football. The list of accomplishments Snyder has amassed in his 24 years is as endless as the time most people thought it would take for the Wildcats to be a consistent threat in the Big Eight, and now, Big 12 Conference. Like so many in recent history, the 2003 campaign was a dramatically successful one for K-State, which ended the regular season with seven-straight wins, a fourth Big 12 North title, its first Big 12 Championship and another top-20 finish. But the 2003 season was not without its bumps in the road as the Wildcats overcame their share of adversity to produce perhaps the greatest season in school history. Ranked as high as No. 6 nationally in the early going, a key injury to quarterback Ell Roberson precipitated a three-game slide that threatened to wipe out a promising season.

The three losses all but erased K-State from the national consciousness, as the Wildcats slipped out of the both polls for the first time since the second game of the 2002 season. But Snyder was not about to allow the year to spiral out of control. He constantly reminded his players that they still controlled their own destiny, and if they could just go 1-0 each week, the season would take care of itself and the team would ultimately achieve its goals. And like everything Snyder seems to touch, this strategy too worked, as the Wildcats rode their 1-0 mantra week after week all the way to a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Along the way, five different Wildcats were lauded for their efforts with All-America honors, including K-State’s first Associated Press first team All-American running back, Darren Sproles, who finished fifth in voting for the Heisman Trophy, was the Doak Walker Award runner-up and finished third on the AP’s Player of the Year ballot. But Sproles was the lone player with star power that returned for 2004. And though the little tank produced yet another record-breaking season capped by his third straight All-Big 12 selection, the lack of experience was one reason K-State struggled through a 4-7 rebuilding campaign. The 2002 season was one of the best in Kansas State history, witnessed by the Wildcats’ five-victory turnaround from the previous year’s 6-6 team to a win in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl and an 11-2 overall record. In addition, the 2002 Wildcats set or tied 45 school records, including tying the mark for wins in a season. Snyder’s Wildcats finished the season with six consecutive victories, including the biggest wins in the history of the series in each of a three-week span against Kansas, Iowa State and Nebraska. The Wildcats’ dominant play down the stretch of the 2002 season earned Snyder the recognition of his peers as the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year. In 2001, Snyder directed one of the best in-season turnarounds in school history. Despite losing four straight in the middle of the year and facing the fourth-toughest schedule in the nation, the Wildcats recovered to win four of their last five games to end the regular season with a 6-5 record and a berth in the Insight.com Bowl.

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In 2013, K-State opened the year 2-4 with all four defeats being by 10 points or less. But Snyder’s charges continued to improve each week and went on to become just the fourth team in Big 12 history to bounce back from the slow start to become bowl eligible. And, with a victory over Michigan in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, the 2013 Wildcats became just the eighth FBS team in the BCS era to earn eight wins after starting a season 2-4 or worse. The 2014 Wildcats collected their 13th season with nine or more wins and top-20 finish in the Associated Press poll. The Cats reached the top 10 during the season with a 7-1 start as K-State’s lone early-season loss come at the hands of No. 5 Auburn. Led by Consensus All-American wide receiver Tyler Lockett, who became the school’s first four-time All-American and school record holder for career catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, the Cats played for a Big 12 Championship in the final weekend of the regular season. A total of 14 players earned All-Big 12 honors in 2014 while Lockett was named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year for the second straight season and four-year starter B.J. Finney was Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year. Finney joined Lockett by earning All-America honors at center, while redshirt freshman place kicker Matthew McCrane was an honorable mention All-American. In 2011, Snyder’s Wildcats jumped out to a 7-0 start – the best in 12 years – which included big wins at Miami, against 15thranked Baylor and at Texas Tech. Following a two-game skid to a pair of nationally-ranked teams, the Wildcats got back into the win column with a thrilling four-overtime victory over Texas A&M – the longest conference game in Big 12 history – before ending the year with wins at Texas and against Iowa State. For his efforts in 2011, Snyder was named the Woody Hayes National Coach of the Year, as well as picking up national coaching , Rivals.com and CBSSports.com, and honors from the Big 12 Coach of the Year by the AP and league’s coaches. He also tutored 11 players to All-Big 12 honors, including the Defensive Newcomer of the Year in Brown and the Offensive Freshman of the Year in Lockett, who, along with Nigel Malone, was named a Walter Camp All-American. In 2010, Snyder’s Wildcats jumped out to a 5-1 start, which included big wins over UCLA, Conference USA Champion UCF and Iowa State, behind All-Big 12 running back Daniel Thomas, who became the fastest Wildcat in school history (in terms of games) to rush for 1,000 yards. In his first season back as the head man of the Wildcat program, Snyder led the Wildcats to a 6-6 record in 2009 and a second-place finish in the Big 12 North. In fact, K-State was just one win away from advancing to the Big 12 Championship game as the Wildcats played at Nebraska in the regular-season finale with a championship game berth on the line. K-State claimed more First Team All-Big 12 selections on offense than any other school with four. Thomas, the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, led the league in rushing, while Nick Stringer, Jeron Mastrud and Brandon Banks also garnered first team honors. Named the 32nd head football coach at K-State on Nov. 30, 1988, and again as the 34th on Nov. 24, 2008, Snyder has amassed a 193-101-1 (.656) record during his tenure with the Wildcats, including a 111-77-1 (.590) mark in Big 8/12 games. His 193 victories are nearly five times the man in second place on K-State’s all-time coaching victories list and rank 29th in FBS history, including a No. 1 ranking among active coaches at their current schools. Additionally, he will become the 14th person in FBS history to be a head coach for at least 25 years at one school and never coach at another, while he is seven victories shy of becoming the 16th coach ever with 200 FBS victories. But to fully understand the turnaround ushered in by Snyder at Kansas State one must only consider that the Wildcats had not won a game in the two previous seasons prior to his arrival. It also took K-State 51 seasons (1938-1988) to total just 130 wins, while the 12 head coaches prior to Snyder’s arrival in Manhattan combined to win just 116 games from 1945-1988. Snyder led Kansas State to 11-straight bowl berths between the 1993 and 2003 seasons, making K-State one of only seven programs in the nation to appear in the postseason every year during that stretch. During that span, Snyder’s Wildcats won nearly 80 percent of their games, chalking up 109 victories – a staggering average of nearly 10 wins per season – and making Kansas State the nation’s second-winningest program over that period. And Snyder continued to break new ground with the Wildcats. Kansas State’s 35-7 victory over top-ranked Oklahoma in the 2003 Big 12 Championship game lifted K-State to its first conference championship since Pappy Waldorf’s 1934 squad and secured the school’s first BCS bowl berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

“Bill Snyder isn’t the coach of the year, and he isn’t the coach of the decade. He’s the coach of the century.”

BARRY SWITZER Former Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys Head Coach

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Despite the record, the quality of players produced by the Snyder-led coaching staff continued to attract national attention from those who best know the game. Six K-State players were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft, the most of any team in the Big 12 Conference, with only six schools in the country having more players picked in the draft. Thanks to that draft, and many others before and after it, the Wildcats currently lead the Big 12 Conference by having a player selected in the NFL Draft each of the last 23 seasons. The Wildcats started the 2000 season ranked in the top 10 for just the second time in school history and made a four-week run into the top five that saw K-State climb as high as No. 2. K-State won the Big 12 North Division for the second time in three years and earned at least a share of the title for the third consecutive season. K-State had six players named First Team All-Big 12 by the coaches, and Jamie Rheem, Mario Fatafehi and Quincy Morgan were All-Americans. The 1999 season saw the Wildcats climb from No. 20 in the preseason poll to finish at No. 6 after starting the season with nine straight victories, and win 11 games for the third straight year. K-State tied Nebraska for the Wildcats’ second consecutive Big 12 North Division Championship. All this came in what many thought would be a rebuilding season. K-State led the conference in first-team picks with seven. In 1998, Snyder led K-State to its second straight 11-win season and a No. 4 ranking in the final polls. In November, K-State occupied a No. 1 ranking in a national poll for the first time in school history. The Wildcats won the Big 12 North and advanced to a bowl game for the sixth year in a row. K-State won its first 11 games of the season and ran its winning streak to a school-record 20 games before falling to Texas A&M in the Big 12 Championship game. Quarterback Michael Bishop became the first Wildcat to be a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, and a total of six players earned All-America honors. Snyder earned National Coach of the Year honors from the Walter Camp Foundation, the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation, the Associated Press, the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award and the Schutt Sports Group. In 1997, Snyder led the Wildcats to their first 11-win season in school history, a No. 7 final ranking and the first 10-win regular season since 1910. It was just the third 10-win season in 102 years of K-State football. Kansas State won a school-record seven conference games, finishing second in the North to undefeated and eventual national champion Nebraska. The Wildcats defeated South Division champion Texas A&M, 3617. The season ended with a 35-18 win over Big East Conference champion Syracuse in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, with an estimated 50,000 K-State fans attending K-State’s first-ever Alliance Bowl. The 1996 season saw K-State finish with a 9-3 record, while more than 45,000 Wildcat fans painted Dallas purple for the Cotton Bowl, K-State’s first-ever New Year’s Day Bowl. Despite a 19-15 loss to No. 5 BYU, the support and respect for the K-State program grew to unprecedented heights. In 1995, Snyder guided K-State to a 10-2 record, including a 5-2 Big Eight mark to tie for second behind national champion Nebraska. Following a 54-21 blitzing of WAC champion Colorado

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State in the Holiday Bowl, the Wildcats finished the season ranked sixth in the USA Today/CNN coaches’ poll and seventh in the AP poll. Both rankings were the highest ever attained by a Kansas State football team to that point. In 1993, Snyder guided K-State to its first bowl win in school history and, in 1994, the Wildcats cracked the top 10 for the first time in school history. In 1998, the K-State achieved a No. 1 national ranking in one of the major polls for the first time in the program’s history. Individually, Snyder has produced 55 different All-Americans during his 24 years as head coach, including eight consensus All-Americans: punter Sean Snyder (1992), free safety Jaime Mendez (1993), cornerback Chris Canty (1995 and 1996), place kicker Martin Gramatica (1997), punt returner David Allen (1998), linebacker Mark Simoneau (1999), cornerback Terence Newman (2002) and all-purpose player Tyler Lockett (2014). Newman became the third Wildcat to win a national award when he was voted the 2002 Thorpe Award, given to the top collegiate defensive back. Gramatica was the 1997 Lou Groza Award winner, the first major award winner in Kansas State history. Bishop became the first K-State player to be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy (finishing as runner-up) while winning the 1998 Davey O’Brien Award. The foundation for K-State’s turnaround was laid in 1989 during Snyder’s first season in Manhattan. Although the season yielded just a 1-10 record, it became evident to everyone involved in the program that something special was happening. Most important, Snyder instilled a winning attitude and a healthy dose of self-respect and enthusiasm to a program that had been given up for dead. In 1990, K-State was one of just four teams in the country to improve its record by four games with a 5-6 mark, including its first Big Eight Conference wins in four seasons with victories over Oklahoma State and Iowa State. Snyder again beat those two schools in 1991, while adding Kansas and Missouri to the list of his Big Eight victims to finish at 7-4 for K-State’s first winning season since the Independence Bowl season of 1982. Heavy graduation losses on the offensive side of the ball resulted in a 5-6 mark in 1992, but the Cats were still able to hang their hats on their first perfect home season since 1934. Of course, it should come as no surprise that Snyder would be this kind of architect for a building program. At Iowa, he played a key role in the renaissance of a Hawkeye program that went from 17 consecutive losing seasons to eight straight bowls. Snyder was the mind behind Iowa’s potent offensive attack. The Hawkeye offense ranked first in passing efficiency and third in passing yardage nationally in Snyder’s last five years of direction. In his final Iowa season, the Peach Bowl team led the Big Ten, and ranked seventh nationally, with 277 passing yards per game. Snyder also served as quarterback coach at Iowa and helped develop some of the best quarterbacks in NCAA history, including NFL players Chuck Long (second in Heisman voting), Mark Vlasic and Chuck Hartlieb, who wrapped up his career as the first Hawkeye to throw for 3,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. Snyder began his full-time coaching career in 1964 as an assistant at Indio High School in California. In 1966 he served as

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a GA at USC under John McKay before becoming head coach at Indio High in 1967. He accepted the same position at Santa Ana Foothill High School in 1969, where he stayed until 1973. In 1974, Snyder became the offensive coordinator and swimming coach at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He joined the North Texas staff in 1976 and helped author an impressive turnaround with a three-year record of 26-7. During his three-year hiatus, Snyder remained involved with the university and is currently a member of several halls of fame that are listed below. The long-time mentor also involved in many organizations, which are listed below. Snyder was awarded the 2015 Excellence in Mentoring Award by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership in recognition of his longstanding commitment to meeting the mentoring needs of young people in Kansas. Snyder, 76, received his B.A. from William Jewell in 1963. He earned his M.A. from Eastern New Mexico in 1965. As a player, he was a three-year letterwinner as a defensive back at William Jewell. Snyder and his wife, Sharon, have two sons – Sean and Ross – and three daughters – Shannon, Meredith and Whitney. They also have eight grandchildren – Sydney, Katherine, Tate, Matthew, Alexis, Gavin, Kadin and Tylin – and one great-grandson, D.J.

IN THE HALL OF FAME • College Football Hall of Fame • Kansas Sports Hall of Fame • Missouri Sports Hall of Fame • K-State Athletics Hall of Fame • Austin College Athletics Hall of Fame • Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame • William Jewell College Hall of Fame • Lafayette High School Hall of Fame

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT • Chairman of the Kansas Mentors Council and the Kansas Leadership Council • Board of Directors for Kansas Leadership Center • Board of Directors of Prairiefire Museum of Natural History (K.C.) • Board of Trustees for the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame • KSU Leadership Studies Advancement Council • Terry C. Johnson Cancer Research Center Advisory Council • Manhattan Community Foundation Board of Trustees • KSU Foundation Board of Trustees • Honorary Co-Chairman of the Kansas Masonic Partnership for Life


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Career Highlights • 2012 Big 12 Champions • 2016 Alamo Bowl Participants • 2015 Alamo Bowl Participants • 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Champions • 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Participants • 2012 Cotton Bowl Participants • 2010 Pinstripe Bowl Participants • 2004 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Participants • 2003 Big 12 Champions • 2002 Holiday Bowl Champions • 2001 Insight.com Bowl Participants • 2001 Cotton Bowl Champions • 1999 Holiday Bowl Champions • 1998 Alamo Bowl Participants • 1997 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Champions • 1997 Cotton Bowl Participants • 1995 Holiday Bowl Champions • 1994 Aloha Bowl Participants • 1993 Copper Bowl Champions • 2012 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year • 2012 Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2012 Bobby Bowden National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2012 Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2012 FWAA Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2012, 2014 Maxwell National Coach of the Year Semifinalist • 2011 Woody Hayes National Coach of the Year • 2011 National Coach of the Year by Rivals.com/CBSSports.com/Sporting News • 2011 Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2011 FWAA Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Finalist • 1998 Associated Press National Coach of the Year • 1998 Walter Camp National Coach of the Year • 1998 Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year • 1998 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year • 1994 CNN National Coach of the Year • 1991 ESPN National Coach of the Year • Finalist for ESPN’s Coach of the Decade for the 1990s • Five-time Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year finalist • Three-time Big Eight Coach of the Year (1990-91-93) • Four-Time Big 12 Coach of the Year (1998, 2002, 2011, 2012) • 2009 Honorable Mention Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2003 Big 12 Coach of the Year by Fort Worth Star-Telegram/ESPN.com • 206 All-America honors • Eight Consensus All-America honors • 253 All-Conference honors since 1993, including a school-record 20 in 2012 • 12 Academic All-America honors • 10 CFA National Scholar-Athletes • 4 National Football Foundation Postgraduate Scholars • 235 Academic All-Big Eight/Big 12 selections, including a school-record 29 in 2014 • School-record 193 wins... Adding all the victories from 1937-88 and 2006-08 totals 148 wins at K-State • School-record 11 wins in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2012 • Guided K-State to its first Big 12 Championship in 2003, the school’s first league title since 1934 • One of two schools in college football history to win 11 games in six of seven years from 1997-2003 • Owns a 112-77-1 record in Big 8/12 play • K-State ranks third in number of Big 12 wins since the league began in 1996 • Big 12 Conference-record 22 straight league wins from 1997 to 1999 • Fifth-winningest home record in college football during the 1990s • After posting a 1-36-1 record in 1980s, Kansas State tallied a 135-58-1 mark from 1990 through 2005 • K-State completed its first-ever undefeated regular season with an 11-0 mark in 1998 • Ranked first nationally in wins among active FBS head coaches at their current schools

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SEAN SNYDER Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Director of Football Operations Kansas State, 1994

The SNYDER File

PERSONAL Year at K-State: 22nd Date of Birth: September 21, 1969 Hometown: Greenville, Texas Spouse: Wanda Children: Katherine, Tate, Matthew Grandchildren: D.J.

EDUCATION Kansas State (1994) B.A. Money and Banking

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Iowa, Punter (1988-89) K-State, Punter (1991-92)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 1994-96 ...............Part-time assistant coach 1996-99 ........Director of Football Operations 1999-2001 ....Asst. A.D./Dir. of Football Ops. 2001-08 ......Assoc. A.D./Dir. of Football Ops. 2009-10 ....Sr. Assoc. A.D./Dir. of Football Ops. 2011-16 ....Assoc. H.C./Special Teams Coord.

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1988 Peach Bowl...................................Iowa 1995 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 1997 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 1997 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 1998 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 1999 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 2001 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2001 Insight.com Bowl ..................... K-State 2002 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 2004 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2006 Texas Bowl .............................. K-State 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

Former All-American punter and long-time staff member Sean Snyder is in his sixth season as the Wildcats’ Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator and Director of Football Operations. The former Consensus All-American enters his 22nd overall year as a member of the Kansas State staff as he continues his role as Director of Football Operations, a position he has held the past 20 years. Snyder’s special teams units have continued to raise the bar each and every year, which culminated with the Wildcats’ collective units being ranked No. 1 in the nation in 2015 by Phil Steele. Additionally, Snyder was named the 2015 FootballScoop Special Teams Coordinator of the Year after being a finalist for the award each of the previous three seasons. Snyder tutored a 2015 group that finished in the top 15 nationally in five categories, including blocked kicks allowed (t1st; 0), blocked kicks (7th; 4), blocked punts (11th; 2), kickoff return defense (12th; 18.05) and kickoff returns (13th; 37.45). Kickoff returner Morgan Burns led the charge as he was named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year – the third-straight year the award was won by a Wildcat – and First Team All-American by numerous outlets. Burns led the nation in kickoff-return touchdowns (4) and ranked third nationally and first in the Big 12 in kickoff-return average, while he also set a conference record by being named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week each of the final four weeks of the regular season. Burns also broke the school record for single-season kickoff-returns yards (1,138). Thanks in large part to Snyder’s scheming and coaching, K-State has totaled a combined 40 kickoff- and punt-return touchdowns since 2005, the most in the nation and an astonishing 12 more than the team in second place. Additionally, the kickoff-return unit also pushed the nation’s longest kickoff-return touchdown streak to 11 years when Burns took the 2015 season-opening kickoff against South Dakota 100 yards for a touchdown. Burns wasn’t the only special teamer to earn All-Big 12 honors under Snyder as two place kickers – Jack Cantele (first team) and Matthew McCrane (honorable mention) – and punter Nick Walsh (honorable mention) also earned accolades from the league’s coaches. It was just the second time in Big 12 history that a team produced two all-conference kickers in the same season (2001 Colorado). The 2014 season was another banner year for the Wildcat special teams as the Snyder-led units ranked third nationally and tops in the Big 12 in punt-return average (18.0) and 16th in the country in kickoff-return defense (17.97). Individually, Tyler Lockett earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year honors for a second-straight season as he led the nation with a 19.1-yard punt return average in addition to ranking third nationally in all-purpose yards (176.62 per game) and punt-return touchdowns (2). Lockett was also a Consensus All-American as an all-purpose player, earning numerous First Team All-America honors as a kick returner. Thanks to Snyder’s scheming in the return game, Lockett left K-State holding the school record for kickoff-return yards (2,196) and set the Big 12 record for career kickoff-return average (28.5). In the kicking game, McCrane was an honorable mention All-American in addition to earning Freshman All-America honors after leading the nation with a 94.7-percent field goal conversion rate. Due in part to McCrane, Snyder’s kickers broke the school record with 23 made field goals during the 2014 season. McCrane became the first freshman in school history to connect on two field goals of 50 yards or greater, while he shattered the K-State freshman record for points scored (95), nearly 40 more than former Lou Groza Award winner Martin Gramatica.

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The 2014 season was a continuation of a three-year run of unprecedented success for K-State’s specialty units. The 2012 Wildcats led the nation in kickoff-return average at 29.24 yards per return as they shattered both the school and Big 12 records. Additionally, the average was the best mark in NCAA history among teams with 35 or more returns in a season. K-State also ranked second in the NCAA with an 18.95 punt-return average, while its punt return defense average of two yards tied for fourth. Individually, Lockett, who earned All-America honors, ranked third nationally in kickoff-return average at 32.76 yards per return. Tramaine Thompson claimed the top spot in punt-return average at 19.75, which ranked third in school and Big 12 history. In 2013, Snyder’s units ranked fifth nationally with five blocked kicks, including four from national leader Travis Britz. The punt-return unit averaged 12.5 yards per return to rank 17th in the nation, while the Wildcats ranked 26th nationally with a 23.4-yard average per kickoff return. Snyder tutored Lockett to Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year accolades, while he was also named a First Team All-Big 12 kick returner. Thompson left Kansas State ranked fourth in school history in career punt-return yards (718) as he was named an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 performer as a kick returner in 2013. In his first year as a full-time coach in 2011, K-State was among the nation’s best in kickoff returns as Lockett, a true freshman, earned Walter Camp All-America honors after leading the nation with his 35.2-yard average. Punter Ryan Doerr was also a candidate for the Ray Guy Award, while place-kicker Anthony Cantele was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award in 2012 and was an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 pick in 2011. Snyder received his start as a part-time assistant coach with the Wildcats in 1994 and served in that capacity until 1996 when he began focusing his efforts on the administrative side of the program as the Director of Football Operations. In 1999, Snyder was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations. He was named Associate Athletics Director in 2001 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2010. A member of Kansas State’s inaugural Ring of Honor Class in 2002, Snyder was one of the program’s most prolific punters during his playing days at K-State from 1991-92. As a senior, Snyder earned First Team All-America honors from the Associated Press, Kodak and Athlon after averaging a school-record 44.7-yards per punt. In 1991 he was tabbed as the Big Eight Defensive Newcomer of the Year after averaging 40.5 yards in his junior season. A First Team All-Big Eight selection in 1992 after earning honorable-mention honors in 1991, Snyder was selected to play in the 1992 Blue-Gray Game. Snyder, K-State’s Special Teams MVP in 1991 and 1992, held the school record for career punting average (43.0) before having it broken by James Garcia in 1998, while his 3,572 punting yardage in 1992 still remains a school record. Following his collegiate career, Snyder signed a free agent contract with the Phoenix Cardinals in 1993 and the San Diego Chargers in 1994. Snyder earned his bachelor’s degree from K-State in money and banking in 1994. Married to the former Wanda Boyett, the couple has three children, daughter Katherine, and sons Tate and Matthew, and one grandchild, D.J.


Co-Offensive Coordinator Running Backs/Tight Ends Kansas State, 1986

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: 19th Date of Birth: October 9, 1962 Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Spouse: Julie Children: Winston, Josey

EDUCATION Kansas State (1986) B.A. Marketing

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Hutchinson CC, Offensive Line (1983-84) K-State, Offensive Line (1985-86)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 1987-88 ......................... Graduate Assistant 1989-92 ...................... Assistant Coach (OL) 1993-94 ............ Run Game Coordinator (OL) 1995-96 ..............Offensive Coordinator (OL) 2009-10 ........ Co-Offensive Coordinator (RB) 2011-16 ...Co-Offensive Coordinator (RB/TE) Wyoming 1997-99 .................................... Head Coach Houston 2000-02 .................................... Head Coach Arizona 2006.............................Assistant Coach (TE) 2007-08 ....... Associate Head Coach (TE/RB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 Copper Bowl ............................ K-State 1994 Aloha Bowl .............................. K-State 1995 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 1997 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2008 Las Vegas Bowl ....................... Arizona 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

19 TH YEAR 11 BOWL GAMES 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

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DANA DIMEL

In 2011, Dimel led a rushing offense that saw Klein set a new Big 12 Dana Dimel, a 1986 Kansas State graduate, serves as the co-offensive record and NCAA record by a quarterback with 27 rushing touchdowns while coordinator and running backs/tight ends coach for head coach Bill Snyder. surpassing the 1,000-yard rushing mark on the season. K-State maintained Dimel began his third tour of duty with the Wildcats in 2009 after serving one of the top rushing offenses in the Big 12 in 2011 en route to a 10-3 three seasons at Arizona. Dimel has co-coordinated an offense that has been a major reason record and a berth in the 2012 AT&T Cotton Bowl. In 2010, the Wildcat offense ranked third in the Big 12 and among why the Wildcats have advanced to six-straight bowl games, the longest stretch by K-State since advancing to 11-straight bowl games from 1993 to the top 25 nationally at 33.6 points per game. K-State was also ranked among the top 10 teams in the country in total red zone efficiency and No. 2003. One of the key factors during that streak has been red-zone offense, as Dimel’s emphasis on play calling in the end zone has resulted in K-State 1 nationally in touchdown percentage in the red zone. The Cats’ 47-percent conversion rating on third down ranked second in the league, while they being one of two teams nationally to finish in the top 27 nationally in red were the least penalized offense in the Big 12. zone effectiveness each of the last six seasons. In 2009 and 2010, Dimel had the charge of grooming a former comOne of those seasons was the 2014 campaign, which produced one munity-college quarterback and molding him into a physical running back of the greatest offensive outputs in school history. Dimel helped direct an offense that led the nation in scoring efficiency (scoring drives/total drives), in the always tough Big 12 Conference. That player was Daniel Thomas, and 2,850 yards and 30 touchdowns later, Thomas left Kansas State as a while the Wildcats ranked 11th nationally in team passing efficiency, 14th two-time Big 12 rushing champion, an All-American and one of the most in red zone offense, 16th in passing offense and 24th in scoring offense. decorated running backs in school history. Thomas ranks third in K-State K-State was also 25th in third-down conversions and 12th in fourth-down conversions. Thanks to the direction of Dimel, K-State broke the school history for career rushing yards, a feat he accomplished in just two seasons, fifth in rushing touchdowns and also second in single-season school history record for total passing yards (3,736) and completion percentage (65.30) in 2014, while the Wildcats totaled 5,481 offensive yards to rank fourth and with 1,585 rushing yards in 2010. Thomas burst onto the scene in 2009 as he eclipsed the 100-yard mark five times in a game and finished the year scored 465 total points to rank sixth. with 1,265 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns en route to Big 12 Newcomer Dimel’s play calling helped wide receiver Tyler Lockett leave K-State with the school’s career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touch- of the Year honors. A K-State alumnus who lettered for the Wildcats in 1985 and 1986 as down records, while quarterback Jake Waters broke the school marks for an offensive lineman, Dimel spent 10 years on the K-State staff from 1987 single-season passing yards (3,501) and total offensive yards (3,985). to 1996. Kansas State’s offensive line coach for much of his tenure, Dimel Despite those dynamic playmakers graduating following the 2014 also served as offensive coordinator during the 1995 and 1996 campaigns. season and enduring injuries throughout the year, particularly at the quarterback position, Dimel was still able to co-direct an offense in 2015 that In 1995, his first at the controls of the Wildcat offense, Kansas State set school records for both touchdowns and total points as well as total offense. helped the Wildcats climb out of hole in terms of a 3-6 record to win the final He mentored 11 offensive linemen who went on to sign NFL contracts, while three games of the regular season to become bowl eligible. The Wildcats finished in the top 25 nationally in several categories, including a second-place he was also instrumental in developing All-Americans Barrett Brooks, Jim Hmielewski and Quentin Neujahr along with all-conference selections mark in in red zone offense at 94.5 percent. Thanks to Dimel’s guidance, the Jason Johnson, Todd Weiner and Ryan Young. Wildcats went a perfect 25-for-25 in red zone chance over the final seven In 1997, Dimel became the youngest head coach in NCAA Division I games, which included 17 touchdowns. Playing with a two-fullback look throughout the year, Dimel tutored his when he took the reins at the University of Wyoming at the age of 34. Dimel son, Winston, to First Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches, spent three years at Wyoming, guiding the Cowboys to an impressive 23-12 overall record, and left Laramie as one of only 10 head coaches at the while fellow fullback Glenn Gronkowski picked up second-team honors time to win no fewer than seven games in every year as a head coach. from the Associated Press. Additionally, Dimel has helped guide running Dimel led the Cowboys to eight-win seasons in both 1997 and 1998 before back Charles Jones to become the 27th player in school history with 1,000 being named head coach at the University of Houston, where he guided the career rushing yards. The 2012 season was another banner year on offense as Dimel co-co- Cougars’ football program from 2000-02. During his career as a head or assistant coach, Dimel has coached 36 ordinated an offense that finished in the top 25 nationally in nearly 10 categories, including a ninth-place ranking in yards per attempt, 11th in scoring players who have gone on to play in the NFL. A native of Columbus, Ohio, offense and 13th in yards per completion. K-State was led on the ground Dimel and his wife, Julie, have a son, Winston, and a daughter, Josey. by running back and All-Big 12 selection John Hubert as the second-year For a complete bio on Dimel, starter finished fourth in the Big 12 at 72.8 yards per game and placed please visit www.k-statesports.com second in the league with 15 rushing touchdowns. Quarterback Collin Klein, a Heisman Trophy finalist, also placed in the top 10 as he finished sixth at 70.88 yards per game. Dimel’s units found success again in 2013 as the K-State offense ranked eighth nationally in yards per completion, 13th in passing efficiency, while the Wildcats ranked fifth and third in school history in those categories, respectively. One of the best offenses in the nation on third downs (No. 13) and inside the red zone (No. 27), K-State ranked in the top 10 in school history in yards per play (second), total yards (fifth), passing yards (fifth) and points (eighth). Under Dimel’s tutelage, Hubert broke through after 900-plus yard seasons in 2011 and 2012 as he produced the 14th 1,000-yard rushing season in school history in 2013. Hubert earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors, while he was also a candidate for the Doak Walker, Maxwell and Walter Camp Player of the Year awards. Dimel THE DIMEL FAMILY guided Hubert to the No. 2 spot on K-State’s career rushing yardage list, while Hubert’s main blocking back, Gronkowski, also garnered All-Big 12 accolades and repeated the feat again in both 2014 and 2015. 2016 K-STATE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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TOM HAYES Defensive Coordinator Secondary Iowa, 1971

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: Sixth Date of Birth: March 26, 1949 Hometown: Keokuk, Iowa Spouse: Cindy Children: Andy, Lindsay, Sarah

EDUCATION Iowa (1971) B.A. Finance/Insurance

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Iowa, Defensive Back (1967-71)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2011........ Defensive Pass Game Coord. (DB) 2012-16 .............Defensive Coordinator (DB) 1977-78 ............ Iowa, Assistant Coach (DB) 1979............. Cal State Fullerton, Def. Coord. 1980-81 ........... UCLA, Assistant Coach (DB) 1982-88 .......... UCLA, Defensive Coord. (DB) 1989-90 .............. Texas A&M, Asst. HC (DB) 1991-94 ... Oklahoma, Defensive Coord. (DB) 1995-99 ...Washington Redskins, Asst. Coach (DB) 2001..... Kansas, Defensive Coordinator (DB) 2001.................Kansas, Interim Head Coach 2005............Stanford, Defensive Coordinator 2006-07 ....New Orleans Saints, Asst. Coach (DB) 2010............... Tulane, Assistant Coach (DB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl ......................... UCLA 1982 Rose Bowl................................... UCLA 1983 Rose Bowl................................... UCLA 1984 Fiesta Bowl ................................. UCLA 1985 Rose Bowl................................... UCLA 1986 Freedom Bowl ............................. UCLA 1987 Aloha Bowl ................................. UCLA 1988 Cotton Bowl ................................ UCLA 1989 Hancock Bowl .....................Texas A&M 1990 Holiday Bowl .......................Texas A&M 1991 Gator Bowl ........................... Oklahoma 1993 Hancock Bowl ...................... Oklahoma 1994 Copper Bowl ........................ Oklahoma 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

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Tom Hayes, who is entering his 40th season in coaching in 2016 with previous coordinator experience at six different institutions, enters his fifth season as the Wildcats’ defensive coordinator in 2016 and his sixth year overall at Kansas State. Hayes was instrumental in the Wildcats’ resurgence on defense in 2011, while he directed a defense that helped the Wildcats produce a Big 12 Championship in 2012 and six-straight bowl berths. A University of Iowa graduate with extensive Big Eight and Big 12 coaching ties, Hayes completed his 27th year of coaching experience at the collegiate level in 2015 and participated in his 18th career bowl game when the Wildcats earned a spot in the 2016 Liberty Bowl. Focusing his positional work on defensive backs, Hayes teaches a distinct ballhawking mindset as the Wildcats have combined for 73 interceptions over the last five years, including the 2014 season when the Wildcats picked off 15 passes to rank 23rd nationally and second in the Big 12. The 2014 Wildcat defense also ranked second in the conference in scoring defense and third in both total and red zone defense. Hayes tutored hybrid defensive back Randall Evans to 2014 First Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches, while Danzel McDaniel and safety Dante Barnett were named to the second team. In all, six Wildcat defenders pulled in All-Big 12 accolades. The K-State secondary looked primed for a repeat season in 2015, but injuries early in the year hampered the unit as both Barnett and McDaniel were lost for the season over the first five games. However, Hayes’ unit was able to rebound thanks to the quick growth of a pair young players in true freshman cornerback Duke Shelley and redshirt freshman safety Kendall Adams. Shelley, who started the final eight regular-season games, had seven breakups – the most by a Wildcat true freshman since 1998 – while Adams started the final three regular-season games and came away with eight tackles per game, including 2.5 tackles for loss, as the Wildcats were able to become bowl eligible after a 3-6 start to the season. Seeing the need to relieve pressure on his young secondary, Hayes coordinated an aggressive front seven as K-State ranked ninth nationally and eighth in school history in sacks (38). It was the first time the Wildcats were in the top 10 nationally in sacks since 2006. With help from Hayes, defensive back Morgan Burns earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches in 2015, while defensive tackle Will Geary was a First Team All-Big 12 pick by the Associated Press. The defense was a major reason for another historic in-season turnaround in 2013 when the Wildcats went from 2-4 to an eight-win team. The defense surrendered only 20.1 points per game in the final seven contests, six of which were victories, and over that seven-game stretch, Hayes’ unit intercepted 13 passes and totaled 17 on the year to rank 23rd nationally. The Wildcats were efficient with their interceptions as well as they set the school record for return yards (401) and ranked fifth in school history with three returns for touchdowns. Individually, Hayes helped guide four defenders to All-Big 12 honors, including Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year Ryan Mueller and Ty Zimmerman, who became the first four-year all-conference player in school history. The safety also earned numerous All-America honors, was an honorable mention pick for the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year award, a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award and a candidate for the Bednarik Award and Nagurski Trophy. Thanks to Hayes’ coaching, Zimmerman left K-State third in career interceptions, second in career interception-return yards and fourth in career interception-return touchdowns.

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In his first season as defensive coordinator in 2012, Hayes directed the Wildcats to the top mark in the Big 12 in scoring defense as Kansas State yielded only 22.1 points per game – a six-point improvement from the year before – thanks to a stout rush defense that placed second in the league by yielding only 128.0 rushing yards per game. The Wildcats also pulled in 18 interceptions for a second-straight year to tie for 10th in school history, while Kansas State’s plus-19 mark in turnover differential ranked third nationally. Hayes helped tutor a pair of All-Americans in linebacker Arthur Brown and Zimmerman, while Brown was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year by the league’s coaches and Meshak Williams picked up Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year honors. The Wildcat defenders totaled 11 All-Big 12 selections under Hayes’ guidance. Tutoring the K-State secondary and serving as the pass game coordinator in 2011, Hayes helped Nigel Malone become an instant playmaker at cornerback as the junior was named a Walter Camp All-American after leading the Big 12 with seven interceptions. David Garrett, Tysyn Hartman and Zimmerman all earned All-Big 12 honors in 2011 from their positions in the defensive backfield, while the Wildcat defense overall ranked fifth in the Big 12 in total defense, second in interceptions (18) and second in turnover margin (+12) in 2011. Prior to arriving at K-State, Hayes spent the 2010 season on Bob Toledo’s staff at Tulane where he coached the defensive secondary and tutored First Team All-Conference USA cornerback Phillip Davis. Davis, who became Tulane’s first all-conference first team selection on defense since 2005, ranked eighth nationally in 2010 and tops in Conference USA with 15 passes defended. Hayes also served on the New Orleans Saints staff as a defensive backs coach for two seasons in 2006 and 2007. He molded a group of young players and veterans into key contributors in New Orleans as the Saints possessed the NFC’s top-ranked pass defense in 2006. During his career, Hayes has served as defensive coordinator at Power 5 institutions Stanford, UCLA, Oklahoma and Kansas and also coached the defensive backs for the Washington Redskins for five years. He has been a part of teams that have compiled an 11-7 record in bowl games throughout his career – including three Rose Bowl victories – and has coached 31 defensive backs who moved on to NFL rosters, including five first-round draft picks. Hayes was a three-year letterwinner as a defensive back for the Hawkeyes from 1967-71, and earned his degree from Iowa in Finance/ Insurance in 1971. Born in Keokuk, Iowa, he and his wife Cindy have three children, Andy, Lindsay and Sarah. For a complete bio on Hayes, please visit www.k-statesports.com

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Co-Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Central College, 1972

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: 20th Date of Birth: November 6, 1950 Hometown: Marengo, Iowa Spouse: Jan Children: Todd, Tad, Troy

EDUCATION Central College (1972) B.A. Physical Education Northern Iowa (1976) M.A. Physical Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Central College (1969-71)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 1989-90 ............. Offensive Coordinator (QB) 1991-94 ...... Asst. HC, Offensive Coord. (QB) 1999............................... Graduate Assistant 2001..... Asst. Director of Football Operations 2002............................ Assistant Coach (DE) 2003-05 ........Co-Offensive Coordinator (QB) 2009-16 ........Co-Offensive Coordinator (QB) 1972-75 ...............Plainfield HS, Head Coach 1977-78 ...........Eagle Grove HS, Head Coach 1978-88 .....................Iowa, Assistant Coach 1995-98 ............ Missouri State, Head Coach 2000.....Oklahoma St., Offensive Coord. (QB) 2006-08 ... San Diego St, Offensive Coord. (QB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Rose Bowl.....................................Iowa 1982 Peach Bowl...................................Iowa 1983 Gator Bowl ....................................Iowa 1984 Freedom Bowl ...............................Iowa 1986 Rose Bowl.....................................Iowa 1986 Holiday Bowl .................................Iowa 1987 Holiday Bowl .................................Iowa 1988 Peach Bowl...................................Iowa 1993 Copper Bowl ............................ K-State 1994 Aloha Bowl .............................. K-State 2001 Insight.com Bowl ..................... K-State 2002 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 2004 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

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Del Miller, who has worked with some of the most prolific offenses in K-State history, is entering his 20th season overall at Kansas State in 2016, which includes four different tours of duty in Manhattan under head coach Bill Snyder. Miller, who returned with Snyder in 2009, serves as the Wildcats’ co-offensive coordinator while also tutoring the quarterbacks. Due in part to Miller’s co-directing of an offense and tutelage of quarterbacks, K-State has earned six-consecutive bowl berths, the longest stretch by K-State since advancing to 11-straight bowl games from 1993 to 2003. One of the latest Miller protégés at K-State was Jake Waters, a community-college transfer prior to the 2013 season that turned into one of the best quarterbacks in program history. The 2014 season saw Waters break the school records for total offense (3,985) and passing yards (3,501) as he ranked 13th and 15th nationally in those categories, respectively. Waters went on to earn All-Big 12 honors while being named a semifinalist for the Maxwell and Davey O’Brien awards. Waters also set the K-State records for season (65.99) and career (64.08) completion percentage, career yards per attempt (9.09) and career passing efficiency (155.6). He also ranks second in school history in career passing touchdowns (40) and yards (5,970) despite playing in just 26 games over his two-year career. Thanks to Miller’s guidance of Waters, K-State ranked in the top 25 nationally in several categories during the 2014 season including passing efficiency (11th), completion percentage (12th), red zone offense (14th) and passing offense (16th). In 2012, Miller tutored Heisman Trophy finalist Collin Klein as the signal caller guided K-State to an 11-2 record and the school’s second BCS Bowl berth. Klein was also the 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner, a finalist for the Maxwell and Manning awards and Walter Camp Player of the Year, while he was named an All-American by numerous organizations. Under Miller’s guidance, Klein improved upon or established 34 career, season or single-game top-10 marks in K-State history, including eight school records. He also became the only quarterback from a Power 5 school in the BCS era (since 1998) to rush for at least 20 touchdowns and pass for at least 10 scores in multiple seasons, while he broke the FBS record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in consecutive seasons. Miller co-directed a 2012 offense that saw Klein set a new Big 12 record and NCAA record by a quarterback with 27 rushing touchdowns. Klein surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark on the season as well, and became one of the nation’s top players in 2011 under Miller’s guidance. K-State maintained one of the top offenses in the Big 12 in 2011 en route to a 10-3 record and a berth in the 2012 Cotton Bowl. With K-State needing to break in a new starting quarterback for the 2013 season, the transition was seamless due to Miller’s guidance of K-State’s 1-2 punch of Waters and Daniel Sams, which combined to rank eighth nationally in yards per completion (14.83) and 13th in passing efficiency (155.72). Additionally, K-State was fine-tuned on third downs by leading the Big 12 and ranking 13th nationally at 48.8 percent. Waters started all 13 games and played especially well when K-State won six of its final seven games as he went 83-of-138 for 1,433 yards and 14 touchdowns while only throwing four interceptions down the stretch. His 2,469 yards on the year ranked 10th in school history, and he ranked sixth in K-State history with 18 touchdown passes. Waters, who was a Second Team All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele, was also one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the country as his 15.53 yards per completion ranked fourth in the NCAA and his 156.84 quarterback rating was 14th. Sams earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors as he rushed for 807 yards and a team-high 11 touchdowns. Quarterback uncertainty crept up again in 2015 when season-opening starter Jesse Ertz went down with an injury on the first offensive play of the season. Miller was able to coach up a pair of players in Joe Hubener and wide receiver/quarterback Kody Cook as

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the duo helped guide the Wildcats to three wins in the final three regular-season games to become bowl eligible. K-State’s quarterbacks combined to finish 18th nationally in yards per completion (14.12), including a 14.02 mark by Hubener to finish 17th individually. Hubener was also effective in the running game, finishing third nationally among quarterbacks with 13 rushing touchdowns. Thanks in large part to the running abilities of Hubener and Cook, K-State ranked second nationally in red zone offense by converting on 94.5 percent of its opportunities, including a 25-for-25 mark over the final seven games of the season. In 2010, Miller helped the Wildcat offense average 33.6 points per game en route to the program’s first bowl appearance since 2006. K-State was also ranked among the top 10 teams in the country in total red zone efficiency and No. 1 nationally in touchdown percentage in the red zone. The Cats’ 47-percent conversion rating on third down ranked second in the league, while they were also the least penalized offense in the Big 12. Quarterback Carson Coffman recorded the fifth-highest efficiency rating in school history in 2010 after completing 65-percent of his passes for a passing efficiency rating of 143.1. In 2009, Miller ushered in a new quarterback as Grant Gregory took over the offense and led the Cats to a 6-6 mark and a second-place finish in the Big 12 North. Behind Gregory’s leadership, K-State was one win away in the final game from advancing to the Big 12 Championship. One of the first hires made by Snyder when he first came to K-State in 1989, Miller returned to Manhattan in 2001 as offensive coordinator for his third stint on the staff after serving as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oklahoma State for the 2000 season. Miller has played a major role in the building of two major college programs, first at Iowa under the legendary Hayden Fry from 1978-88 before becoming a member of Snyder’s original Kansas State coaching staff. He has coached in 19 bowl games, including 11 at Kansas State. With the opportunity to run his own program, Miller left Kansas State in 1995 to take over as head coach at Southwest Missouri State. He guided the Bears to a 21-23 record in four seasons, including their first winning mark in three years in 1996 at 7-4. A native of Marengo, Iowa, Miller played and graduated from Central College in Pella, Iowa. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1972 and received his master’s degree in physical education in 1976. Miller is married to the former Jan Schafbuch. The couple has three sons, Troy, Todd and Tad, a daughter-in-law, Maria (Tad’s wife), and two grandsons, Gabriel and Benjamin. For a complete bio on Miller, please visit www.k-statesports.com

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ANDRE COLEMAN Pass Game Coordinator Wide Receivers Kansas State, 2011

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: Fourth Date of Birth: September 19, 1972 Hometown: Hermitage, Pa. Spouse: Brandi Children: Shyla, Kyla, Brielle

EDUCATION Kansas State (2011) B.S. Social Science

PLAYING EXPERIENCE K-State, Wide Receiver (1990-93) San Diego Chargers, Wide Receiver (1994-96) Seattle Seahawks, Wide Receiver (1997) Pittsburgh Steelers, Wide Receiver (1997-98)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2013-15 ..................... Assistant Coach (WR) 2016................Pass Game Coordinator (WR) Youngstown State 2010.............................Assistant Coach (TE) 2011-12 ..................... Assistant Coach (WR)

Former Kansas State standout Andre Coleman has served as the Wildcats’ wide receivers coach since 2013 and was named the pass game coordinator prior to the 2016 season. A dynamic receiver and kick returner during his playing days, Coleman hasn’t wasted any time making an impact as a coach. A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver under Bill Snyder from 1990-93, Coleman coached a position group that recorded the most receptions and yards ever by a Snyder-coached team in 2013 before shattering both those marks in 2014 with 230 receptions for 3,097 yards. The effort in 2014 was buoyed by a 1-2 punch of All-American Tyler Lockett and All-Big 12 performer Curry Sexton, the first duo in school history to go over 1,000 yards in the same season and the top receiving duo nationally during the 2014 campaign. Lockett, a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award, finished third in the country and tops in the Big 12 with 1,515 receiving yards to go along with 11 touchdowns, another top mark in the league. Lockett also hauled in the second-most receptions in a season in school history with 106. Thanks in large part to Coleman’s tutelage, Lockett left K-State as the all-time leader in career receptions (249), yards (3,710) and touchdowns (29), just three of the 17 school records he set in his fouryear career. Lockett, who went on to become an NFL Pro Bowler and finalist for NFL Rookie of the Year in his first season with the Seattle Seahawks, also earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year honors for a second-straight season and was a Consensus All-American as a returner due to the coaching of Coleman, an All-American returner at K-State by his own right. A mastered kickoff returner, Lockett excelled in punt-return duties as a senior by leading the nation with a 19.1-yard average, while he returned two for touchdowns. Sexton ranked 25th nationally and fourth in the conference with 1,059 yards. He recorded the two best seasons of his career under Coleman as he had a three-year total of just 564 yards entering his senior season, 446 of which came as a junior, Coleman’s first season on staff. Sexton teamed with Lockett to record five of the school’s double 100-yard games while he finished fourth in school history in single-season receptions (79) and seventh in yards. The 2013 group was paced by Lockett, who ranked 11th nationally with 105.2 receiving yards per game and 19th in the NCAA with 11 touchdown receptions en route to All-America honors. Lockett, who was a candidate for the Biletnikoff Award, set the school’s single-game receiving yardage record at Texas (237) before smashing his own mark later in the season against Oklahoma (278). He also tied the single-game school record with three receiving touchdowns on three occasions. The 2013 Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year thanks in part to Coleman, Lockett obliterated the school’s single-game all-purpose yardage record with 440 against Oklahoma, a mark that ranked as the fifth-most in FBS history.

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 Copper Bowl ............................ K-State 1994 Super Bowl XXIX ................... San Diego 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

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Although Lockett was the driving force behind Coleman’s successful receiving corps in 2013, he was hardly the lone threat as Sexton and senior Tramaine Thompson gave the Wildcats solid No. 2 and 3 options for Coleman. Thompson, who left K-State No. 12 on the all-time receiving list, was an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 kick returner thanks to Coleman’s tutelage. With heavy positional losses from a historic unit the year prior and helping break in a new quarterback, the overall wide receiver production was unable to be matched by the 2015 squad. However, the group came through in the clutch as they combined for 10 catches and 138 yards per game over the final three regular-season contests – all wins – to help the Wildcats climb out of a 3-6 hole and earn their sixthstraight bowl trip. The stretch was headlined by Deante Burton, who hauled in five receptions for 135 yards – including a 77-yard touchdown strike – in K-State’s 24-23 victory over West Virginia in the final game of the year en route to Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors. Coleman was also instrumental in helping coach a third-straight Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year honoree in kick returner Morgan Burns, who also went on to earn First Team All-America honors. The latest in a long line of dynamic kick returners – which, for all intents and purposes, began with Coleman himself in the early 1990s – Burns ranked first in the nation with four kickoff-return touchdowns and third with a 33.5-yard average. Prior to returning to K-State, Coleman spent the previous three seasons on head coach and former K-State offensive lineman Eric Wolford’s staff at Youngstown State. In 2011 and 2012 at Youngstown State, Coleman worked with no seniors and only one junior as he coached multiple freshmen and sophomores who were called into action early in their careers to the tune of 109 total receptions by underclassmen. He helped YSU post a 7-4 record, including a 31-17 victory at Pittsburgh, which served as the school’s first-ever victory over a BCS opponent. During his first season as the receivers coach in 2011, Coleman guided a group that caught 22 of a school-record 27 touchdown passes, while the Penguins’ 227.5 passing yards per game were the second most in school history and the highest since 1972. Christian Bryan set school freshman records in receptions (46) and yards (722) under Coleman’s watch, while his yardage total was the most by a freshman at the FCS level that season. Coaching the tight ends in his first season on the staff in 2010, Coleman’s group hauled in 17 receptions and two touchdowns, helping YSU’s offense set a then-school record at 412.0 yards per game. A 1993 All-America and All-Big Eight performer, Coleman left his mark at K-State during his four years by accumulating 3,443 all-purpose yards, including 1,556 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns on 95 receptions and 1,458 kickoff-return yards on 60 returns. He still sits in K-State’s top 10 in 13 offensive or return categories, including top marks in both single-game all-purpose yards per play (27.0 vs. Missouri in 1993) and career all-purpose yards per play (18.2), a third-place ranking in career kickoff-return attempts and a fourth-place mark in kickoff-return yards. The Hermitage, Pennsylvania, product was drafted in the third round of the 1994 NFL Draft by San Diego and put together a solid five-year professional career playing for the Chargers, Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers. A two-time Pro Bowler and 1994 NFL All-Rookie squad honoree, Coleman helped the Chargers win the 1994 AFC Championship and earn a trip to Super Bowl XXIX in which he established eight Super Bowl records at the time, including a then-record 98-yard kickoff return touchdown as he became the first Wildcat football player to score a touchdown in a Super Bowl. Coleman completed his degree in social sciences from Kansas State in the summer of 2011. He and his wife, Brandi, have three daughters, Shyla, Kyla and Brielle.


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Assistant Coach Linebackers Idaho, 1989

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: Fifth Date of Birth: March 12, 1965 Hometown: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Spouse: Jill Children: Zac, Jake, Addison

EDUCATION Idaho (1989) B.A. General Studies

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Idaho, Linebacker (1983-86)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2012-16 ...................... Assistant Coach (LB) Idaho 1987-94 ...................... Assistant Coach (LB) Utah State 1995-97 ...................... Assistant Coach (LB) Louisville 1998-2002 .................. Assistant Coach (LB) Michigan State 2003-06 ...................... Assistant Coach (LB) St. Louis Rams 2007-08 ...........Defensive Assistant (DB/LB) Washington 2009-11 ...................... Assistant Coach (LB)

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A 29-year coaching veteran who has been influential in preparing many players for the NFL, Mike Cox is entering his fifth season as K-State’s linebackers coach under Hall of Fame head coach Bill Snyder. In just four seasons in Manhattan, Cox has tutored five linebackers that have earned All-Big 12 honors, headlined by 2012 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Arthur Brown, who went on to become a second-round draft pick by Baltimore in 2013. The latest All-Big 12 linebacker was Elijah Lee, who earned second-team honors from the league’s coaches in 2015. K-State’s leading tackler as a sophomore, Lee totaled 80 stops to become the first Wildcat underclassman to pace the squad in tackles since 2008. He was also K-State’s first underclassman linebacker to earn first or second team all-conference honors since College Football Hall of Fame inductee Mark Simoneau in 1998. Lee, who also had a team-leading three interceptions, led Cox’s group with 5.5 sacks, helping the Wildcats finish ninth nationally and eighth in school history with 38 sacks on the year. In addition to Lee, Cox also tutored Charmeachealle Moore, who played to an All-Big 12 level toward the end of the year. Moore averaging 10.8 tackles per game over the final four contests, including three-straight wins to close out the regular season and help K-State become bowl eligible for a sixth-straight year. Moore, who averaged only 1.5 tackles in the first eight games of the season, came away with 17 tackles – including 16 solo stops – in the regular-season finale against West Virginia on his way to Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors. Moore’s 16 solo stops were tied for the most nationally during the 2015 season and were the most by a Wildcat since at least 1990. The impressive performances by Lee and Moore came on the heels of another All-Big 12 linebacker in Jonathan Truman the year prior. A 13-game starter in 2014, Truman carded 128 tackles to finish season third in the Big 12 and 18th in school history. He tallied the most stops by a Wildcat since 2003, while his total was carried by 79 unassisted tackles, the third most in school history and 14th most nationally during the season. Thanks to Cox’s guidance, Truman, a former walk-on, carded seven double-digit tackle games, including a career high 17 in a win at No. 11 Oklahoma, which were the most by a K-State defender in 11 years. Truman was also a semifinalist for the Burlsworth Trophy, presented to the nation’s top walk-on. With the coaching of Cox and leadership of Truman, the K-State defense ranked second in the Big 12 in scoring defense and third in both total and red zone defense. Cox made an instant impact on the Wildcat linebackers in 2012 as he tutored two All-Big 12 performers and an All-American in Brown. Under Cox’s tutelage, Brown was named a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy and a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award. He also helped

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1997 Humanitarian Bowl ..............Utah State 1998 Motor City Bowl .................... Louisville 1999 Humanitarian Bowl ............... Louisville 2000 Liberty Bowl.......................... Louisville 2001 Liberty Bowl.......................... Louisville 2002 GMAC Bowl ........................... Louisville 2003 Alamo Bowl ..................Michigan State 2010 Holiday Bowl ......................Washington 2011 Alamo Bowl .......................Washington 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

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K-State finish first in the Big 12 in scoring defense as the Wildcats yielded 22.1 points per game. The Wildcat defense also finished second in the conference and 10th in school history in fewest rushing yards allowed per game. In addition, Kansas State’s 376.5 yards allowed per game were the third-fewest in the conference. In 2013, All-Big 12 linebacker Blake Slaughter led a Wildcat defense that ranked third in the Big 12 in rushing, scoring and total defense. Slaughter’s 110 tackles on the season ranked sixth in the Big 12, including third among linebackers. Truman, in his first year as a starter, also had 89 tackles. A 1989 graduate of the University of Idaho, Cox came to K-State from Washington where he served as linebackers coach for three seasons. Prior to joining the Huskies, Cox worked two seasons (2007-08) for the St. Louis Rams, coaching the secondary and linebackers. Cox was vital to the success at Washington in his three years as he tutored Cort Dennison to All-Pac-12 honors in 2011 before coaching one of the conference’s top linebacker groups in 2010. Senior Mason Foster led the league and finished second in the nation with 163 total tackles, the most by a Pac-10 player since 1989. Foster went on to earn First Team All-Pac-10 and First Team All-America honors. Meanwhile, Victor Aiyewa finished first in the conference and seventh in the nation in tackles for loss, while Dennison was seventh in the league in total tackles. In his first season as the UW linebackers coach in 2009, Cox helped oversee one of the Huskies’ strongest units. Washington’s 2009 linebacker corps was led by a pair of veterans in Foster and Donald Butler. Those two combined for 193 tackles, including 94 from Butler, who was a Second Team All-Pac-10 selection. Cox also helped coach a defense that made vast improvements over the previous season as opponents’ total offense was reduced by an average of 62 yards per game and opponents scored 12 fewer points per game than in 2008. A native of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Cox joined the UW staff from the St. Louis Rams where he worked for two seasons. In 2007, he was a defensive quality control/defensive line coach before moving to assistant secondary coach in 2008. After a mid-season coaching change, he became linebackers coach for the Rams. Before his time in the NFL, Cox spent four seasons as linebackers coach at Michigan State, where he was also the recruiting coordinator in 2006. Much of Cox’s coaching career has been spent on the various coaching staffs of John L. Smith. In all, Cox served 17 seasons for Smith at Michigan State, Louisville, Utah State and Idaho. Cox coached the linebackers for five seasons at Louisville (19982002), helping the Cardinals to consecutive Conference USA championships in 2000 and 2001. He coached three All-CUSA selections and, in 2000, was part of a defense that forced an NCAA-best 37 turnovers. The 2002 Louisville team was 17th in the nation in rushing defense and 22nd in total defense. From 1995-97, he was on the staff at Utah State where he coached a pair of All-Big West linebackers, David Gill and Tony D’Amato. In 1995, Gill broke Utah State’s season record for tackles with 168. Utah State won back-to-back Big West Conference championships in 1996 and 1997. As an assistant at Idaho from 1987-94 coaching linebackers and defensive line, Cox helped his alma mater to a combined record of 73-26 (.733) during that time, capturing four Big Sky Conference championships and finishing in the top 10 five times. In 1994, the Vandals led the Big Sky in rushing defense, allowing only 65.3 yards per game. Cox was a four-year letterwinner at linebacker for Idaho from 1983-86, starting for three seasons. He played for head coaches Dennis Erickson and Keith Gilbertson. He still ranks among the Vandals’ all-time leaders with 252 career tackles. For his efforts in both high school and college, Cox was inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame in 2014. Cox earned a bachelor’s degree in general studies from Idaho in 1989. He and his wife, Jill, have three children, Zac, Jake and Addison.

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CHARLIE DICKEY Run Game Coordinator Offensive Line Arizona, 1987

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PERSONAL Year at K-State: Eighth Date of Birth: December 31, 1962 Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz. Spouse: Lisa Children: Jazmin, Tasha, Shyanne, Charles, Jr., Chanel (deceased)

EDUCATION Arizona (1987) Bachelor’s in Business Administration

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Scottsdale CC, Offensive Line (1981-82) Arizona, Offensive Line (1983-84)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2009-15 ...................... Assistant Coach (OL) 2016.................. Run Game Coordinator (OL) Arizona 1988............................... Graduate Assistant 1992-2002 .................. Assistant Coach (OL) 2003.............................Assistant Coach (TE) Scottsdale CC 1989............................ Assistant Coach (OL) Northern Arizona 1990-91 ...................... Assistant Coach (OL) Washington 2004............................ Assistant Coach (OL) Utah 2005-08 ...................... Assistant Coach (OL)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1992 John Hancock Bowl .................. Arizona 1994 Fiesta Bowl .............................. Arizona 1994 Freedom Bowl .......................... Arizona 1997 Insight.com Bowl ..................... Arizona 1998 Holiday Bowl ............................ Arizona 2005 Emerald Bowl ...............................Utah 2006 Armed Forces Bowl .......................Utah 2007 Poinsettia Bowl .............................Utah 2009 Sugar Bowl ...................................Utah 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State

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Charlie Dickey enters his eighth season at Kansas State tutor- accolades, including Finney, who was a semifinalist for the Burlsworth ing the Wildcat offensive line as he joined Bill Snyder’s staff upon his Trophy, given to the nation’s top walk-on player. The group paved the return in 2009. Prior to the 2016 season, Dickey was promoted to run way for Collin Klein in both the running and passing game as they helped the quarterback become an All-American and Heisman Trophy game coordinator. Since his first season in Manhattan, Dickey has tutored offensive finalist. In 2011, K-State remained one of the most physical offenses in linemen to 18 All-Big 12 honors, including eight first-team accolades. His offensive lines have been an integral part in the Wildcats advanc- the Big 12, led by an offensive line that blocked for Klein. Three Wilding to six-straight bowl games, the longest stretch by K-State since cat linemen led the group as seniors Clyde Aufner and Zach Hanson earned All-Big 12 honors from their tackle positions, while Finney came advancing to 11-straight bowl games from 1993 to 2003. The latest first team all-conference honoree was Cody Whitehair on strong in his first year on the field and earned both Freshman All-Big in 2015. The senior, who played his first two seasons at guard, was 12 and All-America honors. The Wildcats were again the least penalized able to make the successful transition to left tackle over the final two team in the league, while the offensive line helped the Cats average 31 seasons of his career thanks to the tutelage of Dickey. An honorable points a game and total 34 rushing touchdowns on the year. In 2010, Dickey tutored an experienced K-State line that included mention pick as the conference’s offensive lineman of the year, Whitehair took on the tough-minded persona of Dickey during his playing days three seniors in the middle, headlined by All-Big 12 guard Zach Kendall as the protégé started 51 of his 52 career games, including a streak of and Rimington Award candidate Wade Weibert at center. The group blocked for Daniel Thomas, who paced the Big 12 in rushing in both 41 straight to end his career. Whitehair was joined by fellow senior and Honorable Mention All- 2009 and 2010. K-State averaged 33.6 points per game in 2010 en Big 12 pick Boston Stiverson as leaders of a unit that helped K-State route to the program’s first bowl appearance since 2006. Additionally, rank second nationally in red zone offense (94.5-percent) and 18th in the Cats’ 47-percent conversion rating on third down ranked second in passing yards per completion (14.12) during the 2015 campaign. The the league, while they were also the least penalized offense in the Big 12. The 2009 group, led by senior All-Big 12 tackle Nick Stringer, group also blocked for 29 rushing touchdowns, including six against No. proved to be one of the most improved units on the team as the Wild2 TCU to tie for the fourth most in school history. One of the best offensive linemen in school history was coached cats’ averaged 180 yards rushing per game, a figure that ranked 36th by Dickey in center B.J. Finney, who finished his illustrious career in nationally and fourth in the Big 12 Conference. Dickey came to K-State after capping a fourth year at Utah with an 2014. Under the watchful eye of Dickey, Finney became one of just three four-year all-conference players in school history, was the 2014 undefeated 13-0 campaign and a win over No. 4 Alabama in the Sugar Big 12 co-Offensive Lineman of the Year and earned All-America hon- Bowl. He coached in the Pac-10 for 13 years before heading to Utah, ors as a senior. Finney was a three-time candidate for the Rimington spending 12 years at Arizona and one year at Washington. Dickey began his coaching career after playing one season for the PittsTrophy, including a finalist as a senior, while he started all 52 games during his four-year career. Finney was also a two-time candidate for burgh Steelers during the 1987 NFL strike. In 1988, he worked at Arizona as a graduate assistant coach before tutoring the offensive line at Scottsdale the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy. Aside from Finney, Dickey tutored two other All-Big 12 linemen in Community College in 1989 and at Northern Arizona from 1990-91. In his playing days, Dickey started at offensive guard at Arizona from 2014, Whitehair (second team) and Stiverson (honorable mention), as the trio helped K-State rank in the top 25 nationally in nine offensive 1983-84 – compiling a streak of 1,230 consecutive offensive plays, categories, including second-place marks in the Big 12 in third-down including all 840 offensive plays of the 1983 season. He was named a conversions and red zone offense. K-State also led the conference and Second Team All-Pac-10 performer in 1984 and was Arizona’s Offensive ranked 13th nationally in time of possession, while the Wildcat offen- Most Valuable Player. Before going to Arizona, he completed an all-consive line paved the way for 30 rushing touchdowns, the fourth most in ference community-college career at Scottsdale Community College. Dickey, who earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration the conference and 10th most in school history. Four of Dickey’s five starters in 2013 earned All-Big 12 honors, from Arizona in 1987, is married to the former Lisa Bradshaw, a native of including senior tackle Cornelius Lucas, who was an undrafted free Jetmore, Kansas, and a member of the Arizona women’s basketball team agent signee by the Detroit Lions and ended up the starter at right tackle from 1983-85. The couple has five children, daughters Jazmin Wagner, by the end of his rookie year, which ended in the playoffs. The veteran Tasha and Shyanne, son Charles Jr., and son-in-law Alan Wagner. The unit – led by Lucas, Finney and 2014 NFL Draftee Tavon Rooks – Dickeys also have two grandchildren, Alanya and Alan Wagner, Jr. Their helped K-State earn its first bowl victory in 11 years and did so by help- daughter, Chanel, passed away at the age of three. Tasha played basing the Wildcats be one of the most effective offenses down the stretch. ketball at K-State during the 2011-12 season and is the current Director During the final seven games of the year when K-State went 6-1, the of Video Services for the women’s basketball program. Wildcats averaged 35.9 points and 404.7 yards per game, including an For a complete bio on Dickey, average of 172.7 yards on the ground. please visit www.k-statesports.com The Cats finished the year ranked 13th nationally and first in the Big 12 in third-down conversions, which was due in large part to the offensive line helping Kansas State convert 61.5-percent of its third downs when needing six or fewer yards. Additionally, the 2013 Wildcats ranked 10th in school history in average yards per rush (4.5) and rushing touchdowns (29). In 2012, Dickey guided an offensive line that helped Kansas State win a Big 12 Championship thanks to finishing fourth in the conference in rushing offense and yielding the second-fewest sacks in the league with 14. Dickey’s linemen helped K-State place in the top 10 of school history in yards per carry (third; 4.79), rushing touchdowns (fourth; 41), yards per game (fifth; 411.2) and total offense THE DICKEY FAMILY (sixth; 4,935). He saw four of his five regular starters earn all-conference

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The LATIMORE File

PERSONAL Year at K-State: 33rd Date of Birth: July 29, 1949 Hometown: Byron, Ga. Spouse: D’Anne Children: M.L., Mallory Grandhildren: Talor and Camden

EDUCATION Kansas State (1976) B.A. Physical Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Hutchinson CC, Guard (1968-69) K-State, Guard (1970-71)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 1976-77 ................. Graduate Assistant (Off) 1978-79 ...................... Assistant Coach (OL) 1980............................ Assistant Coach (DE) 1981..........................Assistant Coach (OLB) 1982............................ Assistant Coach (DE) 1983-85 ............. Assistant Head Coach (DE) 1994-2016 .................. Assistant Coach (DL) UTEP 1986-88 ...................... Assistant Coach (DL) Missouri 1989-93 ...................... Assistant Coach (DL)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Independence Bowl.................. K-State 1988 Independence Bowl......................UTEP 1994 Aloha Bowl .............................. K-State 1995 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 1997 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 1997 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 1998 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 1999 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 2001 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2001 Insight.com Bowl ..................... K-State 2002 Holiday Bowl ............................ K-State 2004 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2006 Texas Bowl .............................. K-State 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State 2016 Liberty Bowl............................. K-State

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A former All-American lineman for the Wildcats in the 1970s, interior defensive line coach Mo Latimore is the longest tenured assistant coach in the Big 12 Conference and second-longest tenured assistant in the country as he enters his 33rd season at Kansas State in 2016. Latimore has been a fixture at Kansas State since returning to his alma mater in 1994 following a five-year stint at Missouri. He has played an integral role in Kansas State’s ascent to one of the nation’s elite programs, helping the Wildcats to 12 seasons of nine or more wins and 17 bowl games. He has also been a big reason for K-State’s strong presence on defense and has mentored lines that helped the Wildcats rank among the nation’s top 10 in total defense several times, including seven top-five rankings (1995, 1997-2002). During the last 20 seasons, Latimore has helped coach four All-Americans, including first-team honorees Tim Colston (1995) and Mario Fatafehi (2000), two conference Defensive Newcomers of the Year (Fatafehi in 1999 and Tank Reese in 2001) and one conference Defensive Player of the Year (Colston; 1995). Latimore has tutored an All-Big 12 defensive tackle each of the last five seasons, including the duo of Will Geary and three-time selection Travis Britz in 2015 as they combined for 86 tackles on the year, the most by two Wildcat interior defensive linemen since 2003. Geary earned First Team All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press after totaling 45 tackles, the most by a K-State defensive tackle since 2005. Britz went on to earn second-team honors from the league’s coaches thanks to a banner year under Latimore as he posted career highs in tackles (41), tackles for loss (11.0) and sacks (4.0). He finished 17th in the Big 12 overall but third among defensive tackles in TFLs. Britz’s outstanding senior campaign came after he started 10 games as a junior in 2014 before an injury sidelined him the rest of the year, but he still managed to come away with 27 tackles, including a career-high tying three sacks. Needing to replace Britz, Latimore tutored and plugged in the former walk-on in Geary, and the line didn’t skip a beat as it helped the Wildcat defense rank second in the conference in scoring defense and third in both total and red zone defense. In addition to Britz and Geary, six other Wildcat defenders have earned all-conference honors under Latimore in the last seven seasons, including Vai Lutui, Ray Kibble, Jeffrey Fitzgerald, Ian Campbell, Eric Childs and Brandon Harold. Britz was a 13-game starter in 2013 that made 37 tackles, and he was the national leader with four blocked kicks. Britz followed in Lutui’s footsteps, who was also a 13-game starter the year prior that helped K-State rank first in the Big 12 in scoring defense, second in rushing defense and win the Big 12 title for the second time in school history. Kibble was a mainstay in the middle in 2011 and a big part of K-State’s 10-win season and berth in the Cotton Bowl. Defensive tackle Raphael Guidry also made a lasting impact on special teams that season by setting a new K-State record with five blocked kicks. Campbell earned three straight all-conference awards and left Kansas State as one of the program’s best defensive ends. Harold was one of the top freshmen defenders in the country in 2008 and led the nation in sacks and tackles for loss among freshmen defensive linemen. In 2005, protégé Alphonso Moran received Big 12 All-Freshman honors as well as Honorable Mention Freshman All-America accolades from Sporting News, and, in 2006, Campbell was selected as a consensus First Team All-Big 12 performer as well as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year by the Houston Chronicle. Campbell again added first-team honors in 2007, while defensive end Rob Jackson also garnered all-league accolades in 2008. In his first season back at his alma mater, Latimore helped guide the Wildcats to the nation’s top ranking in total defense, while also coaching Colston to Third Team All-America honors from the Associated Press. In 1995, Latimore helped Colston become the first defensive lineman in school history to earn First Team All-America accolades and Big Eight Defensive Player of the Year honors. Beginning in 1997, Latimore coached at least one all-conference lineman for six consecutive seasons, including three first-team honor-

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ees. Fatafehi became the first of two Latimore protégés to earn Big 12 Newcomer of the Year honors. In 2000, he coached a defensive line that saw three of its four starters (Monty Beisel, Chris Johnson and Fatafehi) earn All-Big 12 honors, while Fatafehi was Latimore’s second First Team All-American in six seasons. Also, the line recorded 39 sacks and helped the Cats finish fourth nationally in total defense. Latimore saw his second player, Reese, earn Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year honors in 2001, as well as first team all-league recognition in both 2001 and 2002. The 2006 campaign brought even more success as Latimore’s unit was at the forefront of a defense that led the Big 12 in sacks and ranked sixth nationally with 40, including a school-record 11.5 by Campbell. The 2007 line ranked second in the Big 12 in sacks, again led by Campbell. Latimore began his coaching career at K-State in 1976 under Ellis Rainsberger as a graduate assistant. After 10 years in various roles on the Kansas State staff, Latimore moved to UTEP in 1986 under Bob Stull, where he coached the defensive line for three seasons. He helped the Miners to the school’s first 10-win season in 1988, which culminated in the school’s first bowl game in 21 years – the 1988 Independence Bowl. In 1989, Latimore moved with Stull to Missouri, where he coached until 1993. One of the top linemen in K-State history, Latimore earned Third Team All-America honors and First Team All-Big Eight accolades while also serving as team captain in 1971. Following his collegiate career, he played in the Senior Bowl and North-South Bowl before being drafted in the seventh round by the New York Jets. He went on to play four years in the Canadian Football League with Calgary, Saskatchewan and Hamilton. Latimore transferred to K-State prior to the 1970 season after two years at Hutchinson Junior College. In 2013, Latimore was inducted into the Hutchinson Quarterback Club Hall of Fame. A native of Byron, Georgia, Latimore, earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1976. He is married to the former D’Anne Mitchell. The couple has two children, M.L. and Mallory, a daughterin-law Christy and grandsons Talor and Camden.

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BLAKE SEILER Assistant Coach Defensive Ends Kansas State, 2007

The SEILER File

PERSONAL Year at K-State: Eighth Date of Birth: March 31, 1984 Hometown: Goddard, Kan. Spouse: Inge

EDUCATION Kansas State (2007) B.S. Mechanical Engineering Wichita State (2010) M.B.A.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE K-State, Defensive End (2003-06)

A former defensive end for Kansas State under head coach Bill Snyder, Blake Seiler enters his eighth season on the K-State staff and his fourth as a full-time assistant coach tutoring the defensive ends. It hasn’t taken long for Seiler to make an impact, and one has to look no further than former walk-on Ryan Mueller. Seiler coached Mueller to two-straight First Team All-Big 12 honors as a junior and senior, while he was the Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year in 2013 and a Second Team All-American that season. Mueller carded 11.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks as a senior in 2014, helping Seiler’s group total over half of the team’s sacks in 2014. Mueller was also a two-time candidate for the Ted Hendricks Award, while, in 2014, he was a candidate for the Bednarik, Nagurski and Lombardi awards. Thanks to the teachings of Seiler, Mueller tied the school record with 11.5 sacks in 2013, a mark that ranked eighth nationally, and he left K-State tied for fifth in school history with 20.5 in his career. With the loss of Mueller, Seiler tutored Jordan Willis to anchor the defensive end position in 2015. Playing at an All-Big 12 level, Willis recorded 15.5 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks, including 3.5 sacks against Louisiana Tech to finish a half sack shy of the single-game school record. Thanks in part to Willis, Seiler tutored a position group that totaled 17.5 sacks on the year, nearly half of the Wildcats’ 38 sacks in 2015, which ranked ninth in the nation and eighth in school history. A letterman at K-State form 2004-06, Seiler returned to his alma mater in 2009 as a quality control assistant for defense for two years. He then spent two seasons as a defensive graduate assistant coach where he assisted with the secondary, ran the scout team offense and broke down film. Prior to coaching, Seiler spent two years working as a structural engineer at Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. Prior to the 2003 football season, Seiler transferred to K-State from Oklahoma State where he was a member of the Cowboys 2003 National Championship wrestling team. The Goddard, Kansas, product earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors during his final three years in Manhattan while becoming one of the biggest contributors on defense.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2009-10 ......................Quality Control Coach 2011-12 ......... Graduate Assistant (Defense) 2013-16 ...................... Assistant Coach (DE)

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THE SEILER FAMILY

As a senior in 2006, Seiler was voted team captain and named the Kansas State Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He made 21 tackles that season, including four sacks, as he registered at least one tackle in 11-of-13 games. He had multiple stops in six games as he helped the Wildcats earn a trip to the 2006 Texas Bowl. During an 11-game 2005 season, Seiler carded a career-best 34 tackles, including a season-high seven against Texas A&M. That season, Seiler was honored with the program’s Nancy Bennett Award, representing fight, spirit and a positive nature. Seiler saw action in all 11 games in 2004 as a sophomore, being credited with six tackles, including 1.5 for loss. He earned the Kansas State Purple Pride Award as the walk-on that displayed quality play, leadership and work ethic. Seiler graduated from Kansas State in 2007 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He also holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Wichita State University. He is married to the former Inge Jorgensen.


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Defensive Graduate Assistant Kansas State, 2014

The GODINET File PERSONAL

A five-year member of the football team during one of the greatest eras in program history, Taylor Godinet joined the K-State staff in the spring of 2015 as an Assistant Director of Recruiting/Defensive Quality Control and shifted to the role of Defensive Graduate Assistant for 2016. Godinet, a former walk-on, played in 14 career games, helping the 2014 season class finish with a combined 38-14 record, including a Big 12-best 27-9 conference mark and a 2012 Big 12 Championship. He served on field goal protection in all 13 games as a senior in 2014, while also seeing time as a defensive end. For his efforts as a senior, he was given the program’s Nancy Bennett Memorial Award, which represents fight, spirit and positive nature. A product of Wamego (Kan.) High School and native of Oceanside, California, Godinet graduated from K-State with a degree in sociology in December 2014.

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Offensive Graduate Assistant Kansas State, 2014

Year at K-State: Second Date of Birth: February 1, 1991 Hometown: Wamego, Kan..

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EDUCATION Kansas State (2014) Bachelor’s in Sociology

PLAYING EXPERIENCE K-State, Defensive End (2010-14)

The LIDDLE File PERSONAL

Drew Liddle, who spent five years as an offensive lineman under head coach Bill Snyder, is in his second year on the staff and his first as an offensive graduate assistant. In his role, Liddle assists offensive line coach Charlie Dickey in addition to running the defensive scout team. Liddle played in 26 games throughout his four-year career, including his senior season in 2014 when he saw action in all 13 games with a start in the season opener against Stephen F. Austin. A 2014 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 performer, he also played in five games during K-State’s Big 12 Championship season of 2012, recovering a fumbled punt in the championship-clinching game against Texas. A native of Oak Grove, Missouri, Liddle lettered three years at Grain Valley High School, earning first team all-state honors, before arriving in Manhattan. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Kansas State in 2014.

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Defensive Graduate Assistant Virginia, 2012

Year at K-State: Second Date of Birth: January 30, 1992 Hometown: Oak Grove, Mo.

EDUCATION Kansas State (2014) Bachelor’s in Political Science

PLAYING EXPERIENCE K-State, Offensive Line (2010-14)

The METHENY File PERSONAL

A two-year starting quarterback at South Alabama, Ross Metheny enters his second season as a Defensive Graduate Assistant at K-State. Upon completing his eligibility with USA in 2013, Metheny was a graduate assistant for the Jaguars in 2014 as he helped the program earn its first ever bowl trip. He was a Second Team All-Sun Belt performer as a senior after leading the conference in total yards per game at 269.0 yards. For his efforts on and off the field, Metheny was named to the SBC All-Leadership team in 2013-14 in addition to being named a team captain in 2013. A native of Stephens City, Virginia, Metheny transferred to South Alabama after spending three years on the team at the University of Virginia and graduating in 2012 with a degree in sociology. He earned his master’s degree in educational leadership from USA in 2014.

Year at K-State: Second Date of Birth: September 20, 1990 Hometown: Stephens City, Va.

EDUCATION Virginia (2012) B.A. Sociology South Alabama (2014) Master’s in Educational Leadership

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Virginia, Quarterback (2009-11) South Alabama, Quarterback (2012-13)

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CHRIS DAWSON Director of Strength and Conditioning

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Oklahoma, 1995

The DAWSON File

PERSONAL Year at K-State: Seventh Hometown: Houston, Texas Spouse: Dawn Children: Macey, Madison, Meyer

Chris Dawson, a veteran of more than 15 years in the field of strength training, is in his seventh season as Kansas State’s Director of Strength and Conditioning. Dawson manages the department’s total strength program, overseeing six full-time assistant coaches, while providing daily leadership for the Wildcats’ football strength and conditioning program. The Houston, Texas, native spent the previous seven seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Kansas before coming to Manhattan. Under Dawson’s tutelage, 37 players have been drafted by NFL teams including 10 that were taken in the first two rounds of the NFL Draft. Prior to his tenure at K-State – which has included six bowl appearances – Dawson was a part of four bowl teams from 2003-2008 at Kansas, including a 2008 BCS appearance in the Orange Bowl. Following the successful 2007 campaign, Dawson was awarded the National Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year Award by the Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society. Dawson worked the 2001 and 2002 football seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach for the University of Minnesota after serving five-year stint at Oklahoma, his alma mater. While with the Sooners, Dawson worked with the football and men’s basketball teams.

Before taking the position at Minnesota, he spent three months with the Las Vegas Outlaws of the XFL and two months with the Dallas Cowboys as a strength and conditioning intern. Dawson credits his success in the strength field to his mentors at Oklahoma. He learned under Joe Juraszek, who was the strength coach at OU during his playing days and was the head strength coach for the Dallas Cowboys for 14 years. He also received valuable guidance from Blair Prince, Pete Martinelli and Jerry Schmidt, the current strength coach at Oklahoma. Dawson played linebacker for the Sooners from 1992-94 and participated in a pair of postseason contests – the 1993 John Hancock Bowl and the 1994 Copper Bowl. He received his bachelor’s degree in business management in 1995 and his master’s degree in business administration in 1999, both from Oklahoma. Dawson and his wife, Dawn, have three children, Macey, and twins Madison and Meyer.

EDUCATION Oklahoma (1995) Business Management Oklahoma (1999) Master’s in Business Administration

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Oklahoma, Linebacker (1992-94)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE K-State 2010-16 ........ Dir. of Strength & Conditioning Oklahoma 1995............................... Graduate Assistant 1996-2000 ...................Asst. Strength Coach Las Vegas Outlaws (XFL) 2000.............................. Team Administrator Minnesota 2001-02 ...................... Head Strength Coach Kansas 2003-09 ...................... Head Strength Coach

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 John Hancock Bowl .............. Oklahoma 1994 Copper Bowl ........................ Oklahoma 1999 Independence Bowl.............. Oklahoma 2002 Music City Bowl ...................Minnesota 2003 Tangerine Bowl ........................ Kansas 2005 Fort Worth Bowl ....................... Kansas 2008 Orange Bowl ............................ Kansas 2008 Insight Bowl ............................. Kansas 2010 Pinstripe Bowl ......................... K-State 2012 Cotton Bowl ............................. K-State 2013 Fiesta Bowl .............................. K-State 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl .......... K-State 2015 Alamo Bowl ............................. K-State

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BILL BANKS

AL CERBE

Associate A.D. for Administration First Season

Program Director for Football Academics Eighth Season

Head Football Equipment Manager 10th Season

Cheney native Jerry Kill, whose 32-year football coaching career spanned 156 wins as a head coach and included remarkable turnarounds and results, returned to his home state of Kansas as the former Minnesota head coach was named Associate Athletics Director for Administration in May. In his new role, Kill will be a member of Athletic Director John Currie’s senior departmental staff and serve as chief administrator for the football program. A three-time national coach of the year honoree, Kill recorded winning seasons in 15 of his 22 years as a college head coach, which concluded last year as he retired from Minnesota and the coaching profession due to health reasons. Coaching the Gophers from 2011-2015, he took the program to heights not seen in recent years. In year four, Kill led Minnesota to a January 1 bowl game for the first time since 1962 and coached UM to wins against Michigan and Iowa, which had previously not happened in the same season since 1967. Under Kill’s direction, Minnesota also won eight games in both 2013 and 2014, which marked only the fifth time since 1906 that Minnesota won eight games in consecutive seasons. Prior to his stint at Minnesota, Kill led Northern Illinois to 23 wins and three consecutive bowl games during his tenure and also coached NIU to a berth the MAC Championship game in 2010. Before serving as the head coach at NIU, Kill was in charge of the football program at Southern Illinois. He spent seven years on the Saluki sideline and compiled a 55-32 record. Kill’s record over his final five seasons with Southern Illinois was 50-14 and included five consecutive NCAA FCS Playoff appearances. Kill was the head coach at Emporia State for two seasons in 1999-2000, going 11-11 with the Hornets. Prior to ESU, Kill was the head coach at Saginaw Valley State from 1994-1998 where compiled a 38-14 record. Kill served as defensive coordinator and offensive coordinator in two different stops at Pittsburg State. He helped lead the Gorillas to three NAIA playoff appearances as the defensive coordinator from 1985-87. Kill returned to Pitt State as the offensive coordinator from 1990-93. In that four-year span, the Gorillas advanced to the NCAA Division II Playoffs four times, reaching the championship game twice and winning the 1991 national title. Sandwiched between his stints at Pittsburg State, Kill was the head coach at Webb City (Mo.) High School. He was 25-1 in two seasons at Webb City and won a state championship in 1989. Kill, a 1983 graduate of Southwestern (Kan.) College, and his wife Rebecca have two daughters, Krystal and Tasha.

Bill Banks enters his eighth year at Kansas State and fourth as the Program Director for Football Academics. In his current role, Banks monitors student-athlete course work, degree progress and eligibility, while he is also responsible for study table supervision and tutorial development. A former college football player himself, Banks came to K-State in 2009 to serve as a graduate assistant in football academics before earning a full-time job as an academic advisor for the College of Education in 2011. Banks was an academic counselor for football before being promoted. Banks, a native of Houghton Lake, Michigan, played football at Alma College in Alma, Michigan, and earned his degree in exercise and health science in 2007. He obtained his master’s degree in College Student Personnel from Kansas State in 2011.

Al Cerbe is in his 10th season at K-State and his sixth as the equipment manager for the Wildcat football program. Cerbe, who received his accreditation from the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA) in the summer of 2011, oversees all aspects of equipment and apparel distribution and maintenance. He also helps oversee the operations of K-State’s student equipment managers. Cerbe came to K-State from the University of Memphis, where he served as a student equipment manager. In addition to his work at Memphis, Cerbe has also served equipment manager internships with the Baltimore Ravens, the Las Vegas Gladiators and the Memphis Xplorers before becoming the Head Equipment Manager for the Xplorers in 2006. A product of Horn Lake, Mississippi, Cerbe began his career in 2004 as the head equipment manager at Northeast Mississippi Community College and graduated from Kansas State in 2010. He was married to the former Danielle Young in March 2015.

KACEY HARPER Assistant Director of Football Operations 12th Season Kacey Harper is entering her 12th season at Kansas State and her fourth as the assistant director of football operations. Harper assists with much of the daily operations of the football program including coordinating team travel, camps & clinics, and overseeing K-State’s Golden Cats alumni program. Harper began working with the football program in 2005, serving three years as a student assistant and one year as a graduate assistant before being hired on full time in 2009. Prior to her current position, Harper served as the Assistant Director of Recruiting Operations. A native of Emporia, Kansas, Harper earned her bachelor’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services from Kansas State University in 2008 and obtained a master’s degree in Counseling and Student Development from Kansas State University in 2011.

TAYLOR BRAET Dir. of Recruiting/Spec. Teams Quality Control 11th Season

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IAN CONNOLE

Taylor Braet enters his 11th year at Kansas State, his sixth as a quality control assistant for special teams and his fourth as the Director of Recruiting Operations. Braet came to K-State as a student assistant coach in 2006 working with the defense and special teams and continues to help in those areas as a quality control assistant. Prior to his stint in Manhattan, Braet was a student assistant at Butler Community College under his father, associate head coach Steve Braet, and then-head coach Troy Morrell. Braet worked with the linebackers during the Grizzlies’ 2003 National Championship run, while he helped with the defensive ends in 2004 and 2005 as Butler won conference championships all three seasons. Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Braet graduated from Wichita Heights High School in 2003 and went through spring practices at Butler until an injury ended his career and he began his coaching career. He is married to the former Leah Ost, and the couple had their first daughter, Brittany, in March.

NORM BURGE Senior Video Engineer 28th Season Norm Burge is in his 28th year working with the K-State video department and his 32nd overall at Kansas State. In his role, Burge provides technical and engineering support of all K-State video productions, including K-State video board and K-StateHD.TV live events. He serves as technical support for on-demand programming, including the Bill Snyder, Bruce Weber, and Jeff Mittie TV Shows. He also serves as the departmental liaison to on-campus departments and outside entities for technical and engineering support in all audio/video matters related to K-State Athletics. A native of Medicine Lodge, Kansas, Burge is married to the former Cindy Cejda.

Director of Sport Psychology Fourth Season Ian Connole, Ph.D., serves as the Director of Sport Psychology for K-State Athletics, where he provides comprehensive mental training services for student-athletes, coaches, and teams. He views sport psychology as the science of performance excellence and is committed to understanding and applying the mind in ways that maximize human potential. His mission is to help our Wildcats pursue excellence through optimizing mental skills, thought processes, and actions to live and compete at their best. Dr. Connole is a Certified Consultant through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology and a member of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sport Psychology and Mental Training Registry. He discovered his passion for sport psychology while studying and playing basketball at Skidmore College. He went on to earn a master’s degree from Cal State Fullerton in Sport Psychology/ Performance Enhancement and both a master’s degree in Community Counseling and a doctorate degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University. Since his arrival at K-State in 2014, Dr. Connole has established a state of the art Mental Training Lab that is equipped with a vision and reaction training board, biofeedback equipment, and a self-guided imagery station in a unique purple and black egg chair. He also co-founded the K-State Student-Athlete Leadership Academy to promote a culture of leadership within the student-athlete body by developing current and future leaders. This two-year program has representatives from all 16 varsity sports and graduated its inaugural class of 32 student-athletes in the spring of 2016, several of whom are still on the field today.

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ARIN DUNN

JOAN FRIEDERICH

MINDY HOFFMAN

Football Academic Counselor First Season

Head Coaches’ Secretary 45th Season

Associate Athletic Trainer 11th Season

Arin Dunn came to K-State on January 1, 2016, to serve as a football academic counselor. In his role, Dunn serves as a study table supervisor, projects high school eligibility and evaluates transcripts, while he also assists with various student-development programming, on-campus recruiting and the guest coach program. A former basketball player at Colorado State, Dunn came to Manhattan from Fort Collins after serving as an academic counselor at CSU for over two years. He oversaw the Ram academic operations for football, men’s basketball, as well as cross country and track and field. Prior to working in athletics, Dunn served in the student affairs office working in the Campus Recreation Department where oversaw facility operations and student-employees. A Colorado native, Dunn played two seasons at Colorado State after stints at New Hampshire and Lamar Community College. He graduated with degrees in communications and business from Colorado State in 2010, while he obtained his master’s in sport administration from Northern Colorado in 2016.

Joan Friederich is in her 45th year with the Kansas State athletics department, including her 43rd with the Wildcat football program. After working with the assistant coaches for more than eight years, she has been the secretary to the head football coach since 1980. Following the 1998 football season, the Joan Friederich Award was established to honor the individual who, through his unselfishness, leadership and commitment to K-State football, best represents the team concept. Friederich was presented with the Admiral U.S. Grant Sharp Trophy at the 1999 Culligan Holiday Bowl for the person who best exemplifies the spirit of unselfish dedication and teamwork which resulted in little recognition or acclaim for him or herself, but contributed significantly to an outstanding season for the team. A native of Leonardville, Kansas, Friederich has three children - Rick, Nancy and Janet - three grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

Mindy Hoffman is in her 11th year overall at Kansas State and her 10th working with the football program. The 2016 Big 12 Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year, Hoffman was promoted to associate athletic trainer in 2013 and also serves as the athletic trainer for the men’s and women’s golf programs in addition to football. Prior to her arrival at K-State, Hoffman spent two years at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center where she received her master’s of athletic training in May 2006. While at Tech, she worked primarily with the football team for two years and the women’s basketball team for one season. She also spent time assisting an orthopedic surgeon while working on her master’s degree. Hoffman received her bachelor’s degree in physical education from Purdue University in May 1999. She spent four years as a teacher and coach before pursuing a career in athletic training. Hoffman, a native of Royal Center, Indiana, is a certified athletic trainer, member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.

COLIN GREASER

DARREN HONEYCUTT

Assistant Equipment Manager Second Season

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 10th Season

Colin Greaser is entering his second season as the assistant equipment manager for the Kansas State football program. Greaser helps oversees all aspects of equipment, apparel, and laundry along with helping manage the student mangers. A K-State graduate, Greaser served as a student manager for the football program as an undergraduate while he was also the head student manager for the baseball team. Before attending Kansas State, Greaser played baseball at Highland Community College for two years where he was a pitcher for the Scotties. A product of Troy, Kansas, Greaser is a 2014 graduate from Kansas State where he earned a degree in social science.

Darren Honeycutt is in his 10th season at K-State as the assistant strength coach for football and assists Chris Dawson in all aspects of the team’s strength and conditioning training. Prior to arriving at K-State, Honeycutt served as the assistant strength coach at the University of Pittsburgh. Honeycutt received his start as a strength and conditioning coach and worked as an assistant on the staff at Appalachian State from 1991-94. Honeycutt’s background also includes plenty of Big 12 history. From 1994-96 he served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas Tech working with the Red Raiders’ football program. Honeycutt also worked in a similar position at Baylor from 1996-2000 before eventually heading to Louisville, where he worked with the Cardinals from 2000-2003. Honeycutt, who played collegiately at Lenoir-Rhyne College, earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 1991 and later added a master’s degree from Appalachian State in 1994.

SCOTT EILERT Director of Video Services 25th Season Scott Eilert is in his 25th season overseeing the football program’s state-of-the-art video editing system as Kansas State’s senior video coordinator. Eilert coordinates and implements the use of video technology for practices and games, while he manages statistical analysis tools for the coaching staff which are both used in preparing materials to create game strategies. Eilert also produces weekly highlights and manages all content for the annual K-State Football awards ceremony. A founding member of the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) and former executive officer of CSVA, Eilert has been named Big 12 Video Coordinator of the Year four times by the organization - including in 2014-15 - and in 1998 was selected as the CSVA National Video Coordinator of the Year. In 2001 and again in 2003, Eilert won Savvy Awards for best motivational video. More recently, his 2010 submission in the “highlight” category placed second. A 1991 K-State graduate, Eilert spent three years as K-State’s assistant video director while an undergraduate student. He also spent one year as a video assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs as well as working for the Kansas City ABC affiliate, KMBC. A native of Overland Park, Kansas, Eilert is married to the former Meggan Luke. The couple has two daughters, MaKenna and Hailey.

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LAUREN HENRICKS Football Operations Assistant Second Season Lauren Henricks is entering her second season at Kansas State as the Football Operations Assistant. She assists with daily operations of the football program and oversees K-State’s Golden Cats alumni program. Henricks began working with the football program in 2010, serving as a student assistant before being hired on full time in 2015. Born in Ames, Iowa, and raised in Manhattan, Kansas, Henricks earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Public Relations from Kansas State in December of 2014.

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COREY MEREDITH

Director of Ticket Services Second Season

Asst. Dir. of Athletics Communications 10th Season

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Seventh Season

Leon Jackson III joined the K-State Athletics Department in November 2015 as the Director of Ticket Services. In his role, Jackson III oversees the daily operations of the K-State Ticket Office and is the direct contact for football and men’s basketball. Jackson III came to K-State from his alma mater, Utah State, where he last served as the Director of Ticketing & Customer Service for two years after being promoted from Assistant Ticket Manager. Prior to that, he was the Director of Event Operations for the 2012-13 school year. Jackson III was a four-year letterwinner for Utah State from 2004-07 as a quarterback and punter. As a senior in 2007, he completed 65.4 percent of his passes (151-of-231) to rank second all-time at USU for a single-season, while he was a Second Team All-Western Athletic Conference honoree as punter. Following his collegiate career, Jackson III completed a fivemonth internship in Washington, D.C., on Capitol Hill. He then spent two years playing professional football oversees, while he spent the 2010 season as an offensive administrative assistant for USU’s football team and was a graduate assistant from 2011-12. A native of South Central Los Angeles, California, Jackson III graduated from Utah State with a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2007. He also received his masters of education from USU in 2012. He is married to the former Nicki Felley, a four-year letterwinner on USU’s gymnastics team, and the couple has two children, Josiah and Kyndal.

Ryan Lackey is in his 10th year as Assistant Director of Athletics Communications and his 14th year overall at Kansas State. In his capacity, Lackey works primarily with the Wildcat football program and oversees publicity efforts for men’s and women’s golf programs, while also serving as the managing editor for K-State Sports Extra and developing the department’s Executive Briefing. Lackey, who was the primary baseball contact from 2008-13, helped the K-State Athletics Communications office earn the 2015 “Super 11 Award” from the Football Writers Association (FWAA), which honors the best 11 SID departments in college football. He has also produced numerous publications that have earned national recognition, including the 2015 football media guide that was recognized as “Best in the Nation,” while the 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl media guide placed second. A member of CoSIDA and FWAA, Lackey is a native of Overland Park, Kansas, and a 2007 graduate of Kansas State. He is married to the former Natalie Robson and the couple has two daughters, Caroline and Brooke.

Corey Meredith joined the Kansas State staff in the fall of 2010 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. Meredith played college football at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas. He was a team captain and all-conference selection in 1999 as well as a academic all-conference pick in 1998-99, while he earned academic All-America honors in 1999. He graduated Cum Laude from Bethany College in 2000. Meredith was a Strength Assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2001-04 seasons, including a playoff appearance in 2003. Following his work with the Chiefs, Meredith worked at the University of Kansas from 2005-09 as he worked with the football and women’s tennis programs, while he earned his master’s degree in exercise science from Kansas in 2008. He is married to the former Gina Gnatzig.

PRESTON KOERNER

Kenny Lannou is in his 14th year overall in the K-State Athletics Department and his ninth overseeing the Athletics Communications Office. In 2011, Lannou was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Communications and then Associate Athletics Director in 2014. As a member of the senior staff, Lannou oversees all operations of the office and leads the overall public and media relations planning strategies of the athletics department and the Wildcat football program. He also oversees the department’s Hall of Fame process and selection while also serving on various institutional and Big 12 PR committees. A 2001 Baylor University graduate, Lannou began his professional career in 2001 as a Media Relations Assistant at Auburn University before being named the Assistant Sports Information Director at Northwestern State University in 2002. A member of CoSIDA and the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Lannou has earned numerous awards for his publications, including a “Best in the Nation” citation for the the 2015 football media guide, and the 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl media guide that placed second nationally. In 2016, his staff was honored by the FWAA with its “Super 11” distinction which honors the best 11 SID departments in college football. Lannou came to K-State as Assistant SID in 2003 before being promoted to director in 2007. He is married to the former Susan Haug and the couple has a son, Easton, and daughter, Lauren.

Video Producer Ninth Season Preston Koerner is in his ninth season as a video producer for the K-State Athletic Department and works primarily with the football and baseball programs. Koerner is the lead video editor/producer for K-State Athletics commercials and promotional campaigns, while he provides video productions and camera work for K-State video board, K-StateHD. TV, and K-StateHD.TV live events. He also provides video productions and camera work for various on-demand programming, such as the Bill Snyder, Suzie Fritz, Bruce Weber, Jeff Mittie and Brad Hill TV Shows. A native of Hays, Kansas, Koerner graduated from K-State in the spring of 2008 with a degree in electronic media.

KELLI KRIER Assistant Director of Recruiting Operations Third Season

KENNY LANNOU Assoc. A.D. for Athletics Communications 14th Season

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SCOTTY OHARA Asst. Dir. of Recruiting/ Off. Quality Control Sixth Season Scotty Ohara enters his sixth season at Kansas State and his second as an Assistant Director of Recruiting/Offensive Quality Control assistant. During the 2011 season, Ohara was an Offensive Quality Control assistant, while was an Offensive Graduate Assistant from 2012-14. Prior to his stint at K-State, Ohara worked three years as an undergraduate at the University of Arizona, working with current Wildcat assistant coach Dana Dimel. He was a three-year student manager, while he was a volunteer assistant during the 2007 season in which he was in the press box on game days to chart offensive notes. During the 2008 season, he took on an increased role as he assisted Dimel with the running backs and tight ends by working on opponent film breakdown, produced weekly run game and third-down analysis, while he met with younger running backs for weekly film study, blitz recognition and playbook review. Following his time at U of A, Ohara was the wide receivers coach at Menlo College in Atherton, California, as he helped develop offense schemes and create game plans while making all personnel decisions associated with the wide receiver position. A native of San Jose, California, Ohara prepped at Pioneer High School before playing one year collegiately at Chapman University in Orange, California. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Arizona in 2008.

Kelli Krier is in her third season at Kansas State as the Assistant Director of Football Recruiting Operations. Krier assists with the daily recruiting operations for the football program including organizing campus visits, game day recruiting efforts and coaching staff travel. Krier graduated from K-State in May 2009 with a B.S. in Marketing and was a student intern in the Fan Experience and Sales department for the 2008-09 seasons. A native of Claflin, Kansas, Krier worked at GTM Sportswear from 2009-2013 and in real estate until beginning her role with the football program.

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WILL RODECAP

MATT THOMASON

TERESA WILLIAMS

Head Equipment Manager Sixth Season

Director of Sports Medicine 15th Season

Exec. Administrative Assistant 22nd Season

Will Rodecap enters his sixth season as the head equipment manager at Kansas State and 19th year in collegiate athletics. In his role, Rodecap oversees the ordering, maintaining and distribution of all departmental Nike equipment and apparel for all Wildcat sports. Rodecap came back to K-State in August of 2011 from Kansas, where he served for three seasons. He started as a graduate assistant at K-State for two years before serving as head equipment manager at Tulsa (1995-98) and Colorado State (1998-2005). He spent three years in the private sector before joining KU in 2008. Rodecap, who is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA), signed to play football at Highland Community College before injuries transitioned him into a support staff role in the equipment field. He graduated from K-State in 1993 with a degree in Economics and received his master’s degree from Colorado State in 2010 in Adult Education - Human Resources.

Matt Thomason enters his 15th season working with the Kansas State football program and his 12th as K-State’s Director of Sports Medicine. Thomason works primarily with the Wildcat football team, but also oversees all administrative responsibilities of the sports medicine department. Thomason, who received his master’s in kinesiology at K-State, is a 2001 cum laude graduate of Texas Tech. While at Tech, he served as a student athletic trainer and worked closely with the football, baseball, women’s soccer and track & field teams. A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, he is also licensed in the state of Kansas and Texas as an athletic trainer. Thomason is married to the former Kelly Kurtz. The couple has three children, Hayden, Reagan and Braylen.

Teresa Williams returned to Kansas State in 2009 and enters her 22nd year overall working with the K-State football program. In addition to coordinating special projects for head coach Bill Snyder, her primary responsibilities include working with the assistant coaches with game preparation, coordinating and producing the annual awards ceremony, assisting with the Golden Cats former players program and assisting with bowl plans. Williams earned a degree in theater from St. Mary College in 1973. A native of Shelbina, Missouri, she has three children – Molly, Kelly and T.K. – two grandsons and three granddaughters.

Sport Dietitian/ Nutritionist Fourth Season

KEVIN SCHADT Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Fifth Season Kevin Schadt is in his fifth year as assistant strength and conditioning coach at Kansas State working with the football program. Schadt joined the K-State staff after working the previous three seasons at Army. Prior to his stint at West Point, he worked as a graduate assistant for the University of Delaware from 2008-09. Schadt worked primarily with the football, men’s lacrosse, swimming and diving, track and field and golf teams. A 2007 graduate of Delaware, Schadt earned his bachelor’s degree in nutrition with a minor in strength and conditioning. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is also a U.S.A. Weightlifting Certified Sports Performance Coach. Schadt and his wife, Michelle, reside in Manhattan.

SIMEON SEILER Assistant Athletic Trainer Sixth Season Simeon Seiler is heading into his sixth year overall at K-State and his fourth as the assistant athletic trainer for the football program. Prior to his current post, Seiler spent two seasons as a graduate assistant working with the Wildcat football team. He also assisting with the Fort Hays State and Kansas Wesleyan football teams during his time as an undergraduate. A 2011 graduate of Fort Hays State and native of Hanston, Kansas, Seiler is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, College Athletic Trainer’s Society and Kansas Athletic Trainer’s Society. He is currently completing coursework at K-State for his Master’s degree in Public Health.

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SCOTT TRAUSCH

Scott Trausch joined the K-State in 2013 as the department’s first full-time sports nutritionist. In his role, Trausch oversees the development of all nutritional protocols for all 16 varsity teams, including performance-fueling strategies, team and individual nutrition education, hydration and body composition testing. Along with Executive Chef Pedro Lozada, Trausch coordinates and plans all meals served to student-athletes in the new Ahearn Fund Student-Athlete Performance Table. Trausch spent the previous year and a half as the Coordinator of Football Sports Nutrition at the University of Nebraska, where he worked primarily with the football and baseball teams. Previously, Trausch served as the Interim Head of Football Sports Nutrition, and also served as a strength and conditioning intern and a sports nutrition intern for the Huskers from 2008 to 2012. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and a member of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association. A Nebraska alumnus, Trausch earned degrees in dietetics and nutrition and exercise health science in 2011. Trausch is currently working towards his Registered Dietitian Certification while completing his master’s degree through Eastern Michigan University.

DUSTY WILLARD Assistant Football Video Coordinator Sixth Season Dusty Willard is in his sixth season at K-State and his second as the assistant video coordinator for the football program. In his role, Willard assists with video technology for practices and games, as well as tools for the coaching staff used in preparing materials to create game strategies. The previous four seasons, Willard served as the graduate assistant. A native of Girard, Kansas, Willard graduated from K-State with a degree in construction science and management in 2010 and a earned his M.B.A in 2013. He is married to the former Beth Holste.

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6-3 • 314 • Sr.-3L

6-2 • 241 • Fr.-HS

Fort Worth, Texas All Saints Episcopal

Indianapolis, Ind. Cathedral

An athletic player who earned a starting nod toward the end of his redshirt freshman campaign... Will battle to hold on to his starting spot while adding support on special teams. 2015: Appeared in 12 games with five starts, including starts in each of the final four games of the season... Recorded 41 tackles – including 30 in the final four games – with 3.5 tackles for loss and a sack... Carded a career-high 12 tackles against Iowa State, which featured his first-career sack... Also had 1.5 TFLs at Kansas... Recovered an onside kick at Texas Tech, the first by a Wildcat since 2008. ADAMS’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 4-3-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 11-1-12 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 0 at Kansas 5-1-6 1.5-12 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 6-0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. Arkansas 5-1-6 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0

Prairie Village, Kan. Shawnee Mission East

A big offensive lineman who walked on in 2012 before being awarded a scholarship prior to the 2014 season... Has played in 36 career games on field goal protection and as a reserve lineman... Will compete for a starting spot in the interior offensive line in 2016. 2015: Saw action in 12 games, mainly on field goal protection. 2014: Saw time in all 13 games, mainly on field goal protection... Also played in five games as a reserve offensive lineman. 2013: Played in 11 games – including each of the final six – on field goal protection and as a reserve offensive lineman.

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2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years at All Saints Episcopal under head coach Aaron Beck, including his senior year in which he earned All-Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) honors and helped All Saints win a state championship... Rated the nation’s 67th-best safety by Scout.com... Also helped the Saints win a state championship as a junior... Registered 226 tackles and 10 interceptions in his prep career... Totaled 1,491 career receiving yards and 21 touchdowns on 86 receptions during his career, including his senior season in which he hauled in 47 receptions for 981 yards and 14 scores... Also lettered in basketball, earning First Team All-SPC honors two times... A strong student who was selected to the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). PERSONAL: Kendall Tyler-Jacob Adams was born August 28, 1995, in Gainesville, Texas... Son of Shon Adams... Majoring in business. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2015 12/5 34-7-41 3.5-23 1.0-7 0 0 0/0 TOTAL 12/5 37-7-41 3.5-23 1.0-7 0 0 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 12, vs. Iowa State (11/21/15); Solos: 11, vs. Iowa State (11/21/15); TFL: 1.5, at Kansas (11/28/15); Sacks: 1.0, vs. Iowa State (11/21/15).

2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years at Cathedral under head coach Rick Strieff... Led teams to consecutive state titles as a junior and senior, winning 13 games each season... Earned honorable mention all-city honors as a junior and senior... Also lettered in wrestling as well as track and field. PERSONAL: William Thomas Ash was born in Indianapolis, Indiana... Son of Alvin and Thomanisa Ash... Has one brother, Andrew... Participated in marching band, jazz band, gospel choir and guitar club in high school... Majoring in english.

A tough-minded linebacker who originally signed with K-State in 2015 but deferred his enrollment to the spring semester... Will compete for playing time as both a reserve linebacker and on special teams.

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HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Shawnee Mission East under head coach Dustin Delaney... Helped lead the Lancers to a perfect 13-0 record and the school’s first-ever state championship in 2014... Recorded 118 tackles, including 37 for loss, and 10 sacks as a senior en route to being named one of the top 12 players in the state by the Kansas Football Coaches Association and to the organization’s all-state 6A team... Also one of the top 11 players in the state and named to the All-Class 6A team by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Earned the Ryan Lilja Award as the Top Kansas Big Class Lineman, while he was the Sunflower League Player of the Year... A finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award as the most outstanding lineman or linebacker in the Kansas City area... A first team all-metro selection by the Kansas City Star... Selected to play in the 2015 Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Game... Named to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Kansas team as a junior after totaling 119 tackles, 28 TFLs and nine sacks... Also competed in basketball and track. PERSONAL: Kyle Alan Ball was born July 27, 1996, in Kansas City, Missouri... Son of Kerby and Julie Ball... Has two siblings, Calvin and Caleb... An Eagle Scout who accumulated a 3.9 GPA during his high school career... Majoring in engineering.

A 34 Alex BARNES RUNNING BACK 6-1 • 221 • Fr.-RS Pittsburg, Kan. Pittsburg A big, young running back who graduated high school early and participated in spring practices before redshirting the 2015 season... Will compete for playing time in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Pittsburg under head coach Tom Nickelson... Led the Purple Dragons to a 9-2 record and the quarterfinals of the state championship as a senior... Named one of the top 11 players in the state and to the All-Class 5A teams by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Regarded as one of the top 12 players in the state by the Kansas Football Coaches Association and named to the organization’s all-state 5A team... Totaled 4,835 rushing yards and 83 touchdowns during his career, including 2,361 yards and 38 touchdowns in 2014, breaking the Southeast Kansas League (SEK) single-season and career records for rushing yards and touchdowns... A two-time SEK Offensive Player of the Year honoree... Also earned all-state honors as a junior, while he was a four-time first team all-league and all-county performer. PERSONAL: Brandon Alex Barnes was born October 27, 1996, in Coffeyville, Kansas... Son of William Barnes and Jaimi Dodson... Involved in Special Olympics and young mentoring... Majoring in kinesiology.

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D 22 Dante BARNETT DEFENSIVE BACK 6-1 • 194 • Sr.-4L Tulsa, Okla. Booker T. Washington

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Walter Camp Award Watch List • 2015 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List • 2015 Bednarik Award Watch List • 2015 Jim Thorpe Award Watch List • 2015 Wuerffel Trophy Watch List • 2014 Second Team All-Big 12 • 2014 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (Texas) • 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Defensive MVP A dynamic player who is tied for first among active Big 12 players with 29 career starts... Saw a 27-game starting streak end due to an injury in the 2015 season opener... Earned a medical hardship and will be a senior again in 2016 season... Voted a team captain for the 2016... It is his third-straight season being named a captain, one of six three-time team captains in school history... Enters his final campaign as the team’s top returning tackler with 181 career stops, while he is also tops with seven career interceptions... Sits three picks shy of entering K-State’s career top-10 list. 2015: Started the season-opener against South Dakota and recorded five tackles before suffering a season-ending injury in the first half of the contest... Served as a team captain.

DANTE BARNETT

BARNETT’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD FF/FR SOUTH DAKOTA 4-1-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2014: Started all 13 games, earning Second Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches and being named an All-Big 12 performer by ESPN.com and Phil Steele... Finished second on the team in both tackles (77) and interceptions (3)... Tallied career highs in tackles, tackles for loss (4.0) and passes defended (11)... Carded a season-high 12 tackles and a career-best 3.0 TFLs against UTEP... Recorded another double-digit tackle game (11) in a win at No. 11 Oklahoma... Had four passes defended against Texas – tied for the 14th most in the nation and fourth most in the Big 12 during the season – en route to Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors... It was also the most passes broken up by a Wildcat since Rashad Washington also had four against Oklahoma in 2003... Had three interceptions in a four-game stretch, picking off passes against Oklahoma State, West Virginia and Kansas... Three of his seven career interceptions have come against the Jayhawks.

2013: Started all 13 games, ranking third on the team in tackles with 75 and leading the squad with four interceptions... Carded 109 interception-return yards to rank eighth in school history and second in the Big 12 during the 2013 campaign... Ended the year on fire, totaling 32 tackles, including one for a loss, three interceptions and a fumble recovery over his final four games... Was named the 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Defensive MVP after carding eight tackles and returning an interception 51 yards to set up K-State’s final touchdown... That performance followed a two-interception game at Kansas during the regular-season finale to tie a K-State season high and tie for the sixth most in a game in school history... Led the team in tackles against Louisiana in nine, while he registered a season-high 12 stops against Oklahoma.

BARNETT’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Iowa State 6-0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 AUBURN 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 UTEP 8-4-12 3.0-5 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS TECH 5-0-5 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 at Oklahoma 7-4-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS 2-5-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 4 OKLAHOMA ST. 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 at TCU 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at West Virginia 6-1-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 KANSAS 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 2 at Baylor 7-1-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. UCLA 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

BARNETT’S 2013 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD N. DAKOTA STATE 4-3-7 1.0-3 0.0-0 1 1 LOUISIANA 5-4-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2 UMASS 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 5-2-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 6-0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 at Texas Tech 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 8-1-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 9-3-12 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 2 vs. Michigan 5-3-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1

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2012: Appeared in all 13 games, including starts against Baylor and Texas... Notched a career-best 14 tackles at Baylor, including one for a loss, and followed that up with four stops against the Longhorns in K-State’s Big 12 Championship-clinching victory.

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BARNETT’S 2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD MISSOURI STATE 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Iowa State 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at West Virginia 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 TEXAS TECH 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA STATE 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Baylor 13-1-14 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 1 TEXAS 3-1-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Booker T. Washington under head coach Antwain Jimmerson... Recorded 100 tackles and nine interceptions on his way to earning second team all-state honors as a senior in 2010... Also hauled in 10 touchdowns as a receiver... Recorded 101 tackles as a junior and also caught 32 passes for 775 yards and six touchdowns... Led the Hornets to a 13-1 record and a 2010 state championship... Also collected nine interceptions as a junior... High school teammates with former Wildcat wide receiver Tyler Lockett. PERSONAL: Son of Larry Barnett and Tiah Pankey... Majoring in kinesiology. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2012 13/2 19-5-24 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 2 0/0 2013 13/13 57-18-75 2.0-7 0.0-0 4 7 0/2 2014 13/13 56-21-77 4.0-6 0.0-0 3 11 0/0 2015 1/1 4-1-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 TOTAL 40/29 136-45-181 7.0-19 0.0-0 7 20 0/2 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 14, at Baylor (11/17/12); Solos: 13, at Baylor (11/17/12); TFL: 3.0, vs. UTEP (9/27/14); INT: 2, at Kansas (11/30/13).


A 61 Abdul BEECHAM

Ajjahne ne 76 AAjahne BRAGER

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6-3 • 303 • Jr.-2L

Topeka, Kan. Hayden One of the top contributors on special teams early in his sophomore season... Will continue to play a significant role on the specialty units while battling for playing time as a safety. 2015: Appeared in five games, including each of the first four... Totaled five tackles on the season... Set a career-high with two tackles against Louisiana Tech, both coming on kickoff coverage. BARRY’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS SOUTH DAKOTA 1 0 1 at UTSA 1 0 1 LOUISIANA TECH 2 0 2 2014: Did not see any game action. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Hayden under head coach Bill Arnold... Named to the Topeka Capital-Journal all-city first team as a senior... Also an all-league and all-state pick in 2012... Named team MVP following his senior season... Was an honorable mention all-city and all-league selection as a junior... Also participated in basketball and track and field for Hayden. PERSONAL: Brogan Cole Barry was born December 22, 1994, in Topeka, Kansas... Son of Anthony and Jana Barry... Has one sibling, Addison... Majoring in biology. CAREER STATS - SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES Year G KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS 2015 5 4 0 4 TOTAL 5 4 0 4 CAREER HIGHS - Total Tackles: 2, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Solos: 2, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15).

Judson, Texas Blinn College

Magnolia, Texas Magnolia

A big offensive lineman who had a successful season at the community-college ranks before signing with K-State and enrolling in January... Will battle for a spot along the interior of the offensive line in 2016.

A young lineman who benefitted from a redshirt season in 2013 and has seen action as a reserve and on special teams each of the last two seasons... Will look to take another step forward and compete for a starting spot on the line as a junior.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played one season at Blinn College under head coach Keith Thomas... Helped the Buccaneers earn a 5-4 record... Voted an Honorable Mention All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference offensive lineman as a freshman in 2015 after not allowing a sack the entire season.

2015: Played in six games, seeing time against South Dakota, UTSA, Texas, Texas Tech, Iowa State and Kansas.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Judson under head coach Sean McAuliffe... A two-time first team all-district selection as a junior and senior, while he earned second team all-state (Class 5A) honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association honors as a junior and third-team (Class 6A) accolades as a senior... Also named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s preseason Class 6A all-state team in 2014.

2013: Redshirted.

PERSONAL: Abdul Najee Beecham was born March 5, 1997, in West Point, New York... Son of Samuel and Tina Beecham... Has three siblings... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2014: Played in four games, serving as a reserve offensive lineman against Stephen F. Austin, UTEP, Oklahoma State and Kansas.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Magnolia under head coach Andy Sexton... An all-district performer as a junior in 2011 and a second-team pick in 2012... Recorded 162 tackles, 14 sacks and 11 forced fumbles during his prep career. PERSONAL: Ajahne (uh-zhawn-ee) Dequan Brager (BRAY-gur) was born November 27, 1994, in Bryan, Texas... Son of Paul and Rashidra Brager... Has two siblings... Majoring in computer engineering.

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B Brett

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RUNNING BACK

TIGHT END

5-11 • 209 • Fr.-HS

6-6 • 247 • Fr.-HS Wichita, Kan. Trinity Academy

Wichita, Kan. Bishop Carroll An athletic tight end from a football family who originally signed with K-State last year but deferred his enrollment to January and participated in spring practices. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Bishop Carroll under head coach Alan Shuckman... Helped the Eagles earn a perfect 13-0 record and a Class 5A state championship in 2014... An honorable mention All-Class 5A tight end by the Wichita Eagle as a senior in 2014... Earned first team all-league honors as a senior and second-team accolades as a junior... Hauled in 11 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns as a senior in 2014, while he also caught 11 passes for 118 yards as a junior... High school teammates with current Wildcat Denzel Goolsby... Also played baseball and golf. PERSONAL: Brett M. Bell was born January 28, 1997, in Wichita, Kansas... Son of Mike and Traci Bell... Has two siblings, Brittney and Beau... Father, Mike, was a two-time All-American defensive end at Colorado State and the second overall pick in the 1972 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs... Mike went on to play 12 seasons for the Chiefs... Uncle, Mark Bell, played at Colorado State and for the Seattle Seahawks... Older brother, Beau, played football at Hutchinson CC and Kansas... Cousin, Blake Bell, was a quarterback/tight end at Oklahoma from 2011-14, and just completed his rookie season for the San Francisco 49ers.

A dynamic athlete who originally signed with K-State out of high school in 2015 but deferred his enrollment to January to take part in spring practices... Will compete to get on the field as a true freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Trinity Academy under head coach Jared McDaniel... Rated the eighth-best prospect in the state of Kansas by ESPN.com in 2015... An All-Class 4A-II selection as both a running back and defensive back by the Wichita Eagle as a senior in 2014... Also earned all-state honors as a running back by the Topeka Capital-Journal... Picked up honorable mention all-state accolades in both 2012 and 2013... Rushed for 1,662 yards and scored 26 touchdowns as a senior... Named the Central Plains League MVP in 2013 and 2014, while he was a first team all-league running back as a sophomore, junior and senior... Also earned honorable mention all-league honors as a defensive back in 2013... Selected to play in the 2015 Kansas Shrine Bowl. PERSONAL: Tyler Cole Burns was born September 9, 1996, in Olathe, Kansas... Son of Brad and Greta Burns... Has three siblings, Morgan, Chandler and Ashley... Older brother, Morgan, was a captain and 2015 All-American kick returner for the Wildcats.

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avi vis 93 DDavis CLARK DEFENSIVE END 6-2 • 260 • Jr.-1L Overland Park, Kan. Blue Valley West A hard-working in-state product who showed signs as a sophomore... Will look to compete for more playing time in 2016 while contributing on special teams. 2015: Saw time in five games, totaling three tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and a half sack... Recorded two tackles – both for loss – against South Dakota, while his half sack came at UTSA... Also played against Kansas, West Virginia and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas.

DEANTE BURTON

CLARK’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD FF/FR SOUTH DAKOTA 2-0-2 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 at UTSA 0-1-1 0.5-3 0.5-3 0 0 0/0 2014: Did not see any game action.

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BURTON WIDE RECEIVER

6-2 • 209 • Sr.-3L Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (West Virginia) • 2014 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A local product who became K-State’s top wide receiver during his junior campaign... Has played in 35 career games with 22 starts... Will look to take another step forward while offering leadership for a young receiver group. 2015: Started all 13 games, leading the team in catches (38), yards (510) and touchdown receptions (4)... Had his best career game in the regular-season finale against West Virginia by hauling in five passes for a career-high 135 yards and a touchdown en route to Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week accolades... His touchdown spanned 77 yards in the third quarter – K-State’s longest play from scrimmage during the season – and gave the Wildcats their first lead of the game... The catch tied for the 12th-longest pass play in school history and was the longest since 2013... Set his initial career high with five catches against Louisiana Tech and tied that mark on three other occasions (TCU, Texas, West Virginia)... Caught his first-career touchdown in the season opener against South Dakota. BURTON’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 2 35 1 24 at UTSA 1 31 0 31 LOUISIANA TECH 5 58 0 19 at Oklahoma State 2 33 1 17 TCU 5 65 0 17 at Texas 5 39 0 10 BAYLOR 2 17 1 10 at Texas Tech 2 17 0 11 IOWA STATE 4 31 0 26 at Kansas 3 16 0 9 WEST VIRGINIA 5 135 1 77 vs. Arkansas 4 33 0 14

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2014: Appeared in all 13 games, making nine starts... Hauled in 17 passes for 171 yards, including a career long 25-yard catch against Stephen F. Austin... Set career highs in catches (4) and yards (55) against Texas... Also had three receptions against Stephen F. Austin and Oklahoma State... Blocked a punt against UTEP... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. BURTON’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 3 40 0 25 at Iowa State 2 19 0 12 AUBURN 2 16 0 10 TEXAS TECH 1 11 0 11 TEXAS 4 55 0 18 OKLAHOMA STATE 3 23 0 15 at TCU 1 0 0 0 at West Virginia 1 7 0 7 2013: Saw time in nine games, including the TCU game when he recorded a tackle on punt coverage. 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Manhattan High under head coach Joe Schartz... Helped the Indians earn an 11-1 record in 2011... Named a First Team All-Centennial League pick as a senior... Captured all-state honors as a defensive back... Had 20 receptions for 327 yards and five touchdowns, while he recorded a pair of interceptions on defense... Also collected 216 rushing yards and three scores in 2011... Returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown in the playoffs as a senior against Dodge City... Totaled two punt-return scores on the year... Had 244 receiving yards in 2010 with three touchdowns... A two-year starter at both wide receiver and defensive back... Lettered three seasons for the Indians, who compiled a 30-3 record during that time. PERSONAL: Deante (DEE-on-tay) Wayne Burton was born July 12, 1994... Son of Morrison and Valentina Burton... Has two brothers and one sister... Majoring in journalism and mass communications. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2013 9/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2014 13/9 17 171 10.1 0 25 2015 13/13 38 510 13.4 4 77 TOTAL 35/22 55 681 12.4 4 77 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 5, four times; Yards: 135, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); TDs: 1, four times; Long Catch: 77, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15).

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2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Blue Valley West under head coach Scott Wright... A three-year letterwinner who was named an allstate performer at defensive end by the Topeka Capital-Journal while he was an all-league honoree at both defensive end and tight end as a senior in 2012... Also earned honorable mention all-league accolades as a junior in 2011... Helped lead team to an 8-3 record and a district and regional championship as a senior... Qualified for the state wrestling championship in 2012 after winning the league championship. PERSONAL: Davis Matthew Clark was born August 20, 1994, in Overland Park, Kansas... Son of Todd and Lisa Clark, both of whom attended K-State... Has two sisters, Kaley and Halli. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2015 5/0 2-1-3 2.5-6 0.5-3 0 0 0/0 TOTAL 5/0 2-1-3 2.5-6 0.5-3 0 0 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 2, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); Solos: 2, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); TFL: 2.0, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); Sacks: 0.5, at UTSA (9/12/15).


57 COUCHMAN LINEBACKER 6-2 • 223 • Sr.-3L Scott City, Kan. Scott Community

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 An in-state walk-on who has turned into one of the top special teams players on the team... Leads all active Wildcats with 29 career special teams tackles... Will look to add more support on special teams and as a reserve linebacker during his final year.

PERSONAL: Colborn Levi Couchman was born November 4, 1993, in Garden City, Kansas... Son of Stan and Kateri Couchman... Has two siblings, Caleb and Cody... Majoring in finance. CAREER STATS - SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES Year G KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS 2013 11 10 1 11 2014 13 6 2 8 2015 10 9 1 10 TOTAL 34 25 4 29 CAREER HIGHS - Total Tackles: 4, at UTSA (9/12/15); Solos: 3, twice.

COUCHMAN’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS SOUTH DAKOTA 1 0 1 at UTSA 3 1 4 at Oklahoma State 1 0 1 BAYLOR 1 0 1 at Texas Tech 1 0 1 IOWA STATE 2 0 2 2014: Played in 13 games, tying for third on the team with eight special teams tackles, six of which came on kickoff coverage... Had a season-high two tackles against both Iowa State and Texas Tech... Had a career-high tying two solo stops against the Red Raiders, the fourth time in his career he had two unassisted tackles... Recovered a fumbled punt at West Virginia that led to a K-State field goal.

72 CURL 6-5 • 280 • Fr.-RS Flower Mound, Texas Flower Mound A talented young offensive lineman who used a redshirt season in 2015... Will compete for playing time along the offensive line as a redshirt freshman. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered two years at Flower Mound under head coach Dane Johnson... A Second Team All-District 6-6A performer as both a junior and senior... A team captain as a senior... Earned second team academic all-state honors in 2014... Also wrestled, finishing third in district play in the heavyweight division. PERSONAL: Evan William Curl was born March 20, 1997, in Austin, Texas... Son of Eddie Curl and Marissa Curl... Has three siblings, Eric, Erin and Emily... An Eagle Scout who is majoring in mechanical engineering.

COUCHMAN’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS at Iowa State 1 1 2 TEXAS TECH 2 0 2 at Oklahoma 1 0 1 TEXAS 1 0 1 OKLAHOMA STATE 0 1 1 at West Virginia 1 0 1

Southlake, Texas Carroll

CAREER HONORS • 2013-15 First Team Academic All-Big 12

2015: Played in all 13 games with starts in each of the first 10 contests... Set a new career high with 54 tackles on the year, which ranked fourth on the team... Also broke up two passes and recorded his first-career interception... Set a career high in tackles with nine at UTSA, while batting down a 4th-and-goal pass... Also batted down a goal-line pass against Louisiana Tech... Interception came at Oklahoma State deep in K-State’s territory to halt a potential Cowboy scoring drive... Totaled eight tackles at Texas... Picked up First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. DAVIS’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 4-5-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 LOUISIANA TECH 6-0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 at Oklahoma State 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 TCU 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 5-2-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 5-3-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 2-2-4 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 0 at Texas Tech 3-1-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. Arkansas 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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2014: Appeared in all 13 games, including six starts... Recorded 35 tackles on the year, including two for loss and a fumble recovery against Stephen F. Austin... Carded a career-high eight tackles at TCU, while he had six at both Iowa State and Baylor... Also had a TFL against Kansas... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

2013: Saw time in the final 11 games of the year and came away with a team-best 11 special teams tackles, including 10 on kickoff coverage... Registered a career-high three tackles in K-State’s Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl victory, while he also had two stops against UMass, Baylor, West Virginia and Kansas.

DAVIS’ 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Iowa State 4-2-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 UTEP 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS TECH 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS 3-1-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA ST. 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at TCU 2-6-8 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 at West Virginia 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 KANSAS 1-0-1 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0 at Baylor 5-1-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. UCLA 0-2-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 Opponent

COUCHMAN’S 2013 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS UMASS 2 0 2 BAYLOR 2 0 2 WEST VIRGINIA 1 1 2 at Kansas 2 0 2 vs. Michigan 3 0 3 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered two years at Scott Community under head coach Glenn O’Neil... Led team to a combined 21-2 record, two league championships and one regional championship... Was a first team all-state defensive end in 2011 by the Kansas Football Coach Association, Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle after totaling 87 tackles, including 24 for a loss of 102 yards... Was also named the Garden City Telegram Player of the Year and was a first team all-league pick on offense after totaling 1,242 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns... High school teammates with former K-State offensive lineman Luke Hayes... Also lettered in track where he won a state championship in the 4x100-meter relay.

LINEBACKER 6-0 • 227 • Sr.-3L

A hard-hitting linebacker who has made 16 starts and played in 39 career games... Will look to continue starting duties in 2016 while adding support on special teams.

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OFFENSIVE LINE 2015: Played in 10 games and totaled 11 tackles, including 10 on special teams... Led the team in special teams tackles, which featured nine on kickoff coverage... Set a career high with four stops at UTSA, while he had three in the season opener against South Dakota... Picked up First Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades.

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2013: Played in all 13 games, making 16 tackles... Tied for third on the team with six special teams stops... Carded a career-best five tackles in consecutive games against Iowa State and Texas Tech... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 performer.

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Opponent LOUISIANA UMASS IOWA STATE at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA at Kansas

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2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Carroll to an undefeated state championship in 2011 under head coach Hal Wasson... Had 176 tackles, including 115 solos, 10 sacks, six knockdowns, two forced fumble and two fumble recoveries... Named the Texas Class 5A Defensive Player of the Year by the Texas Sports Writers Association and Padilla Poll... A team captain and Defensive MVP in 2011 and also was named the Defensive MVP of the 2011 state title game... Earned 2011 first team all-state honors from Fox Sports, Old Coach and 5A Texas Football... Named all-area by the Dallas Morning News and Old Coach... Regarded as one of the state’s top recruits by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Morning News, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and Lemming... Totaled 308 tackles, 25 for a loss, and 14.0 sacks in his final two seasons... Led Carroll to a combined 37-6 record in three seasons... Also an academic all-state scholar and a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: William Tyler Davis was born November 4, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Barry and Leigh Davis... Has two siblings, Lindsay and Jackson... Majoring in accounting and finance. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2013 13/0 14-2-16 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2014 13/6 21-14-35 2.0-6 0.0-0 0 1 0/1 2015 13/10 39-15-54 0.5-2 0.5-2 1 3 0/1 TOTAL 39/16 74-31-105 2.5-8 0.5-2 1 4 0/2 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 9, at UTSA (9/12/15); Solos: 6, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); TFL: 1.0, twice; Sacks: 0.5, vs. Baylor (11/5/15); INT: 1, at Oklahoma State (10/3/15).

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6-0 • 201 • Fr.-RS Hays, Kan. Hays

as he finished his career with over 6,700 total offensive yards and 75 touchdowns... Also lettered three years in track. PERSONAL: Alex Christian Delton was born October 23, 1996, in Hays, Kansas... Son of Ricky Delton and Rhonda Dinkel... Has one brother, Alan... Majoring in journalism and mass communications. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 2/0 4 18 4.5 0 8 TOTAL 2/0 4 18 4.5 0 8 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 3, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); Yards: 10, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); Long Rush: 8, at UTSA (9/12/15).

Winston n 38 W DIMEL FULLBACK 6-1 • 235 • So.-1L Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A local product who shined in his first season on the field as a blocker, receiver and rusher... Started every game during his rookie campaign and will look to continue starting duties as a sophomore in 2016. 2015: A 13-game starter at fullback who went on to earn First Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches... Became the first Wildcat freshman ever to earn First Team All-Big 12 honors (since 1996), while he was the only freshman on the 2015 All-Big 12 First Team... Recorded six rushing touchdowns to rank third in school history among freshmen, while he also finished his initial campaign ranked fifth in school history in receiving yards (261) and scoring (48) among freshmen... Had a pair of two-touchdown games, which came in the season opener against South Dakota and at Kansas... His 261 receiving yards came on only eight receptions, good for a 32.6-yard average, which is the highest average among all players in school history with eight or more receptions... Six of his catches went for 27 or more yards... Had a four-yard touchdown reception against Iowa State, which was thrown by fellow fullback Glenn Gronkowski, in addition to a 48-yard score in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

A highly-regarded quarterback who played as a true freshman but saw his season end after just two games... Earned a medical hardship and will be classified a redshirt freshman in 2016. 2015: Played in each of the first two games, rushing four times for 18 yards, including three times for 10 yards in the season opener against South Dakota. DELTON’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 3 10 0 5 at UTSA 1 8 0 8 HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Hays, including the final year under head coach Bo Black... Rated the 23rd best dual-threat quarterback nationally by Rivals.com and 33rd by ESPN, while he was rated the fifth-best player in the state of Kansas by Rivals.com and the top quarterback in the state by ESPN... An honorable mention all-state selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle in 2014 after rushing for 1,519 yards and 17 touchdowns in addition to throwing for 1,402 yards and 13 scores... Named the 2014 Area Player of the Year by the Hays Daily News while he was also the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year... Earned first team all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior

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DIMEL’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 8 29 2 8 at UTSA 8 18 1 5 LOUISIANA TECH 3 1 0 3 OKLAHOMA 2 2 0 2 at Texas Tech 1 1 0 1 at Kansas 5 25 2 12 vs. Arkansas 1 10 1 10 DIMEL’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long at UTSA 2 80 0 53 BAYLOR 2 58 0 46 IOWA STATE 1 4 1 4 at Kansas 1 44 0 44 WEST VIRGINIA 1 27 0 27 vs. Arkansas 1 48 1 48 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Manhattan under head coach Joe Schartz... Helped the Indians earn an 8-3 record and a trip to the sectional round of the Kansas 6A playoffs in 2013 by catching 13 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns... Was a two-time honorable mention all-state selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Also named to the 2013 all-state team by HovpenSports.com... Named to the All-Centennial League as both a junior and senior... Rated the 14th-best fullback nationally by Scout.com, 22nd-best tight end/H-Back by ESPN and 10thbest player in the state by Rivals.com... Also lettered in basketball. PERSONAL: Winston M. Dimel (DIM-ul) was born October 9, 1995, in Manhattan, Kansas... Son of Dana Dimel and Kim Iversen... A second-generation Wildcat as his father, Dana, was an offensive lineman for K-State from 1984-86 and is the current co-offensive coordinator/running backs/tight ends coach... Has three siblings, Josey Thompson, Lee Iversen and Cal Iversen... Majoring in business. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 13/13 28 86 3.1 6 12 TOTAL 13/13 28 86 3.1 6 12 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 8, twice; Yards: 29, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); TD: 2, twice; Long Rush: 12, at Kansas (11/28/15). CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 13/13 8 261 32.6 2 53 TOTAL 13/13 8 261 32.6 2 53 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 2, twice; Yards: 80, at UTSA (9/12/15); TD: 1, twice; Long Catch: 53, at UTSA (11/12/15).


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6-2 • 300 • Fr.-RS

6-3 • 212 • Jr.-1L

Horton, Kan. Horton

Burlington, Iowa Mediapolis

A powerful, young defensive tackle who redshirted the 2015 season... Will compete for playing time in 2016.

One of the top prep quarterbacks coming out of high school in 2013 who earned the starting nod for the 2015 season opener but suffered a season-ending injury on the first play from scrimmage... Will compete for the starting quarterback job again in 2016... Voted a team captain.

2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Horton under head coach Nick Dowell... Helped lead the Chargers to a 7-2 record and an appearance in the state playoffs... An All-Kansas 3A selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Also earned honorable mention all-state honors in 2013... Earned first team all-league honors as a defensive lineman, tight end and kicker... Selected to play in the 2015 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Also lettered in basketball, earning all-state honors, track and field, and powerlifting, winning the 2013 Class 3A Championship for the 242-pound weight class.

2015: Rushed once for five yards against South Dakota before suffering a season-ending injury. ERTZ’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 1 5 0 5 2014: Saw action in four games, rushing for 46 yards on seven attempts, including 26 yards against Oklahoma State.

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PERSONAL: Kenneth Greggory Dishon, III, was born May 18, 1997, in Atchison, Kansas... Son of Gregg and Kim Dishon... Has two sisters, Ashley and Kayla... Majoring in human ecology.

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DOZIER

DEFENSIVE BACK 5-10 • 180 • Sr.-TR Roanoke, Ala. University of California A highly-touted prospect out of high school who graduated from California and is immediately eligible for his senior season... Saw extentive action throughout his career as a Golden Bear and will compete for a starting spot at cornerback in 2016. CALIFORNIA: Played in 34 career games for the Golden Bears with 16 starts, totaling 80 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, nine passes defended and a forced fumble... Enjoyed the best season of his career as a sophomore in 2014 when he started 12 contests, recording 52 tackles and five pass breakups, including a season-high eight tackles at Arizona and two pass breakups at Oregon State... Also had seven tackles at Washington State and vs. Oregon and two tackles against both Colorado and USC... Started each of the final four contests of his redshirt freshman season in 2013, recording a season-high five tackles in the first start of his career against Arizona... Earned Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic honors in 2013... Originally went to Cal as a wide receiver. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at Lakes High School in Lakewood, Washington, under head coach Dave Miller... Regarded as the best cornerback in the state of Washington and 24th-best nationally in the Class of 2012 by Scout.com... Rated the 12th-best athlete in the country and the fourth-best player in the state of Washington by Rivals.com... Participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl following his senior season... Led team to an 11-1 record as a senior... Played cornerback all three seasons while played primarily at wide receiver as a senior in 2011 after spending his sophomore (2009) and junior (2010) campaigns as a quarterback... Totaled 28 receptions for 479 yards and five touchdown catches, in addition to 34 rushes for 291 yards and three score as a senior... Had a huge campaign on the ground as a junior with 1,223 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns on 183 rushes, and was 91-of-142 for 1,181 yards with 13 scores through the air. PERSONAL: Cedric D. Dozier was born February 5, 1993... Raised by his aunt, Barbara Thomas.

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CAREER STATS* - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2013 12/4 12-5-17 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2 0/0 2014 12/12 31-21-52 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 5 0/1 2015 11/0 6-5-11 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 2 0/0 TOTAL 35/16 49-31-80 1.5-2 0.0-0 0 9 0/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 8, at Arizona (9/20/14); Solos: 6, twice; TFL: 1.0, at Oregon State (11/1/14); PD: 2, at Oregon State (11/1/14). * at California

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DURHAM

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0 • 181 • Fr.-RS Aledo, Texas Aledo An athletic young defensive back who utilized a redshirt season in 2015 to get bigger... Will compete for playing time on defense and special teams in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year letterwinner at Aledo under head coaches Tim Buchannan and Steve Woods... Helped lead the Bearcats to back-to-back state championships, claiming the Texas 4A D2 title as a junior with a 16-0 record and a Texas 5A D1 title as a senior with a 15-1 mark... Earned first team all-state honors from the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors as well as All-District 8-5A accolades as a senior... Also a first-team member on the Class 5A Padilla Poll Coaches all-state team... Tallied 31 tackles, five interceptions and 15 pass deflections in 2014... Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a junior in addition to first team all-district honors... Tallied seven interceptions as a junior... An academic all-district performer... Also competed in track... High school teammate of Jordan Mittie, the son of K-State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie.

ERTZ’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1 0 0 0 UTEP 1 6 0 6 OKLAHOMA STATE 3 26 0 20 KANSAS 2 14 0 12 2013: Redshirted... Earned Kansas State’s Red Raider Award as the top contributor on the scout squad. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Mediapolis under head coach Brian Borrison... Named the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year in 2012... An Honorable Mention All-American selection by Parade... Broke the Iowa high school state record for career touchdowns (98) and ranked fifth in state history in career passing yardage (7,317)... Registered over 9,000 total yards and 130 touchdowns in his prep career... Named the 2012 Offensive Player of the Year as well as a first team all-state selection by Iowa Preps after leading Mediapolis to a state runner-up finish and a 13-1 record... Honored as the All-Hawkeye Player of the Year... A two-time Des Moines Register and Iowa Newspaper Association First Team All-State honoree... Twice named to the all-district first team as well as the district’s 2012 MVP... Was named to the Iowa Sports Connection’s First Team All-State squad in 2011... Named the All-Hawkeye Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a junior... An Iowa Preps Elite Second Team All-State selection as a junior... A three-year letterwinner in basketball... A first team all-conference selection and a second team all-state performer by the Iowa Newspaper Association in 2012... A first team all-conference and a third team all-state performer as a sophomore... Also a three-year letterwinner in track... Won a state championship in the 4x100 in 2012. PERSONAL: Jesse Sisco Ertz was born December 7, 1994, in Burlington, Iowa... Son of David and Denice Ertz... Has three older sisters... Majoring in business management. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2014 4/0 7 46 6.6 0 20 2015 1/1 1 5 5.0 0 5 TOTAL 5/1 8 51 6.4 0 20 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 3, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14); Yards: 26, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14); Long Rush: 20, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14).

PERSONAL: Johnathan Nelson Durham was born August 9, 1996, in Fort Worth, Texas... Son of William and Charlotte Durham and Christopher and Kelly Nichols... Has one sister, Lauren... Majoring in business. 2016 K-STATE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Bryc y e 78 BBryce FITZNER OFFENSIVE LINE 6-7 • 292 • So.-SQ Poway, Calif. Francis Parker An athletic offensive lineman who has continued to develop and get stronger... Will compete for playing time as a sophomore in 2016. 2015: Did not see any game action.

WILL GEARY 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Francis Parker under head coach John Morrison... A second-team pick at tight end as both a junior and senior... Helped the Lancers earn California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) runner-up finishes in both 2011 and 2012, while he was a member of the 2009 CIF Championship squad... Also a three-year letterwinner in basketball and two-year letterwinner in volleyball. PERSONAL: Bryce Fitzner was born on June 24, 1994... Son of Mark and Cheri Fitzner... A business major.

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GEARY’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 0-1-1 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Iowa State 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 AUBURN 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 UTEP 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS TECH 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma 3-2-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA ST. 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at TCU 0-3-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at West Virginia 2-1-3 1.0-4 1.0-4 0 0 KANSAS 2-2-4 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0 at Baylor 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. UCLA 1-2-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-0 • 298 • Jr.-2L Topeka, Kan. Topeka

OFFENSIVE LINE 6-5 • 293 • Fr.-RS Lawrence, Kan. Free State A highly-touted offensive lineman out of high school who made a push for playing time prior to redshirting the 2015 season... Will compete for a starting spot along the offensive front. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Free State under head coach Bob Lisher... Led the Freebirds to an 8-4 record and an appearance in the state semifinals in 2014... Team went 10-2 and advanced to the semifinals in 2012... Rated the 48th-best offensive tackle nationally and the fourth-best player in the state of Kansas by Rivals.com... Ranked as the second-best offensive tackle in the state by Scout.com... Named one of the top 11 players in the state and to the All-Class 6A teams by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle in 2014... A first team all-metro selection by the Kansas City Star in 2014... Named to the USA Today/ American Family Insurance All-USA Kansas Team as a senior... Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a junior... Named a First Team All-Sunflower League selection as both a junior and senior... Selected to play in the 2015 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Scott A. Frantz (FRANCE) was born June 7, 1996, in Lawrence, Kansas... Son of Stan and Kim Frantz... Has two brothers, Matt and Brett... Majoring in sociology/criminology with the hopes of becoming a police officer.

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team All-Big 12 (AP) • 2015 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) • 2014 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A former walk-on who burst onto the scene as a redshirt freshman and was a 12-game starter as a sophomore... Will continue to progress as he enters his junior season.

2013: Redshirted... Earned the program’s Overachiever Award as the top freshman in strength and conditioning.

2015: Started all 12 regular season games en route to First Team All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press and honorable mention accolades from the league’s coaches... Ranked eighth on the team with 45 tackles, while he was fourth in tackles for loss (6.5) and fifth in sacks (3.5)... His tackle total is the most by a K-State interior defensive lineman since 2005... Had a banner day against Oklahoma with career highs in tackles (8), TFLs (3.0) and sacks (2.0)... Also recorded six tackles against UTSA and Louisiana Tech, while he had five against Texas Tech and Iowa State... Had a forced fumble and recovery at Texas Tech before forcing an Iowa State fumble in the fourth quarter that led to the game-tying touchdown.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Topeka High under head coach Walt Alexander... A 2012 first team all-city selection... Named to the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle 2012 Top-11 teams... A First Team All-Kansas 6A performer by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita eagle... Named the Kansas 6A Defensive Player of the Year... Selected to play in the 2013 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Won back-to-back state wrestling championships in the 285-pound class, while he was the 2013 National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) National Champion... Also won a state championship in powerlifting and participated in both baseball and track and field.

GEARY’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 1-5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 5-1-6 1.5-5 0.5-4 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 4-0-4 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0 TCU 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 6-2-8 3.0-11 2.0-9 0 0 at Texas 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 4-1-5 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 1-1-2 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0

PERSONAL: Will Michael Geary was born January 12, 1995, in Topeka, Kansas... Son of Lee Geary and the late Mike Geary... Has one brother, Ty... Majoring in mechanical engineering.

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2014: Played in all 13 games with five starts, including each of the last three games... Came away with 30 tackles, the most among all K-State defensive tackles... Also logged 2.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and a forced fumble at West Virginia... Tallied a career-best five tackles in K-State’s win at No. 11 Oklahoma... Registered sacks in back-to-back games against West Virginia and Kansas... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 honoree.

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CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 13/5 17-13-30 2.5-6 2.0-6 0 0 1/0 2015 12/12 34-11-45 6.5-20 3.5-15 0 0 2/1 TOTAL 25/17 51-24-75 9.0-26 5.5-21 0 0 3/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 8, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Solos: 6, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); TFL: 3.0, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Sacks: 2.0, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15).


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GOOLSBY WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 • 192 • Fr.-RS

Wichita, Kan. Bishop Carroll A young, athletic player who transitioned from running back to wide receiver during his redshirt season... Will compete for playing time at receiver and add support on special teams in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at Bishop Carroll under head coach Alan Schuckman... Named the 2014 Gatorade Kansas Football Player of the Year and the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Kansas Offensive Player of the Year... Rated the fourth-best player in the state by Scout.com... Rushed for 1,641 yards and 31 touchdowns to go along with 251 receiving yards and seven scores as a senior, helping the Eagles earn a perfect 13-0 record and a Class 5A state championship... Also dangerous in the return game in 2014 where he scored five touchdowns on 13 punt returns and a touchdown on his only kickoff return... Named one of the top 11 players in the state and to the All-Class 5A teams by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... A first team allmetro performer by the Wichita Eagle... Named as one of the top 12 players in the state by the Kansas Football Coaches Association and to the organization’s all-state 5A team... Won the Barry Sanders High School Male Athlete of the Year award... Rushed for 495 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior despite missing three games due to injury... Helped Bishop Carroll go 47-2 over his four-year career with two state championships (2012 and 2014)... Also ran track as he placed second in the state in 2012 in the 4x100 and third in the 4x400. PERSONAL: Denzel Christopher Goolsby was born January 25, 1997, in Wichita, Kansas... Son of Dinah Goolsby and the late Les Goolsby... Has one sibling, Banner... Had two cousins who played football at K-State, Jarard Milo, a defensive back who lettered from 2011-12, and Brian Goolsby, a fullback who lettered from 1995-98... Another cousin, DeAndre Goolsby, is a junior tight end at Florida... Majoring in journalism and mass communications.

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HEATH WIDE RECEIVER 5-9 • 175 • So.-1L

Huntersville, N.C. Hopewell A versatile and athletic player who was an integral part of the offense and special teams as a redshirt freshman in 2015... Will look to improve on both offense and special teams as a sophomore. 2015: Played in every game with four starts at wide receiver while also serving as the primary punt-returner... Finished second on the team in catches (28) and touchdowns (3), while he was third in yards (313)... Ranked third in school history in catches, receiving yards and touchdown receptions among freshmen... Returned 21 punts for a 7.2-yard average, which ranked second in the Big 12... Had his best receiving game right out of the gate with three receptions for 54 yards – including a long of 43 yards – against South Dakota... Recorded a season-high five catches against Iowa State, while he had one touchdown apiece against Louisiana Tech, Texas and Texas Tech... His touchdown against Louisiana Tech was a 22-yarder in the first overtime, while he also had a season long 58-yard punt return against the Bulldogs.

HEATH’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 3 54 0 43 at UTSA 3 25 0 10 LOUISIANA TECH 2 42 1 22 at Oklahoma State 3 49 0 36 TCU 3 26 0 10 OKLAHOMA 1 -4 0 0 at Texas 2 23 1 16 BAYLOR 1 3 0 3 at Texas Tech 4 49 1 24 IOWA STATE 5 31 0 13 vs. Arkansas 1 15 0 15 HEATH’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME PUNT RETURN STATS Opponent Ret Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 3 52 0 31 at UTSA 3 1 0 2 LOUISIANA TECH 2 25 0 58 TCU 2 18 0 18 OKLAHOMA 1 0 0 0 at Texas 1 11 0 11 BAYLOR 1 0 0 0 at Texas Tech 2 34 0 22 at Kansas 1 15 0 15 WEST VIRGINIA 4 -7 0 3 vs. Arkansas 1 3 0 3 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Hopewell under head coach Matthew Jenkins... Named all-county and all-area by the Charlotte Observer, while he was the conference’s special teams player of the year... Collected 830 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior through the air while rushing for 525 yards and five touchdowns... Also averaged 20.5 yards on punt returns and 18.7 yards on kickoff returns... Set school records for touchdowns, receiving yards and all-purpose yards... Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. PERSONAL: Dominique Ali Heath was born February 22, 1996, in Cincinnati, Ohio... Son of Robert and Jewell Heath... Has one brother, Denzel, who played football at Hampton... Majoring in business. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 13/4 28 313 11.2 3 43 TOTAL 13/4 28 313 11.2 3 43 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 5, vs. Iowa State (11/21/15); Yards: 54, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); TDs: 1, three times; Long Catch: 43, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15). CAREER STATS - PUNT RETURNS Year G Ret Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 13 21 152 7.2 0 58 TOTAL 13 21 152 7.2 0 58 CAREER-HIGHS - Returns: 4, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); Yards: 52, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15); Long Return: 58, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15).

A 79 Adam HOLTORF OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4 • 291 • Fr.-RS Seward, Neb. Seward A talented young offensive lineman who projects to play in the interior of the offensive line... Will battle for playing time after redshirting the 2015 season. 2015: Redshirted.

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HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner for Seward, including the last two years under head coach Jamie Opfer... Helped the Bluejays earn an 8-3 record and a trip to the quarterfinals of the Nebraska Class B State Playoffs... Named to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Nebraska Team as a defensive lineman... A two-year First Team Class B all-state offensive lineman by the Lincoln Journal-Star and Omaha World-Herald... Named First Team Super State as a defensive lineman as a senior and Class B honorary captain by the Lincoln Journal-Star and Omaha World-Herald... Also earned First Team All-Nebraska honors as a defensive lineman and First Team Class B all-state honors as an offensive lineman by the Omaha World-Herald... Earned second team all-state honors as a junior and was an all-district performer as a sophomore... Tied the school career record with 37 games started... Registered 81 tackles, including 18.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks as a senior... Anchored an offensive line that helped the Bluejays accumulate 3,822 yards... Also came away with 69 tackles, including 14 for loss and five sacks as a junior in 2013... Earned academic all-state honors... Also played basketball and qualified for state in the shot put. PERSONAL: Adam Christian Holtorf was born May 10, 1997, in Lincoln, Nebraska... Son of Paul and Diane Holtorf... Has one brother, Derek... Majoring in agribusiness with the hopes of becoming an agriculture loan officer.

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HUBENER QUARTERBACK 6-5 • 212 • Sr.-2L

Cheney, Kan. Cheney

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A former walk-on who was thrust into the starting quarterback spot early in the season and led K-State to a bowl game in 2015... A tough, physical runner with a strong arm who was the primary backup in 2014... Will compete for starting duties again as a senior in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games with 11 starts under center, throwing for 1,837 yards and nine touchdowns on 131-of-275 aim (47.6 percent) while rushing for 613 yards and 13 touchdowns on 180 attempts... Finished in the top 30 nationally in passing yards per completion (17th; 14.02) and rushing touchdowns (27th; 13)... Also tied for third nationally in rushing touchdowns among quarterbacks... Finished sixth in the Big 12 in total offense per game (188.5)... Became the 28th player in school history to throw for 1,500 yards in a season and the 21st with 2,000 career passing yards... Set a career high with 289 passing yards at Texas Tech, a game in which he also set career highs in completions (19) and attempts (40)... Threw three touchdown passes in K-State’s three-overtime victory over Louisiana Tech... Rushed for at least two touchdowns in four games, including a four-touchdown performance against TCU to tie for third in school history... Set career

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highs for rushing yards (153) and rushing attempts (29) against Baylor, both marks that ranked fifth in a game by a quarterback in school history... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. HUBENER’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING STATS Opponent C-A-I Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 9-18-0 147 1 43 at UTSA 12-23-0 243 0 53 LOUISIANA TECH 15-26-0 195 3 31 at Oklahoma State 3-9-1 85 0 72 TCU 13-33-1 157 0 25 OKLAHOMA 4-14-2 39 0 31 at Texas 10-22-1 97 1 16 BAYLOR 12-21-1 151 1 46 at Texas Tech 19-40-1 289 2 35 IOWA STATE 18-31-0 216 1 42 at Kansas 10-17-0 133 0 44 WEST VIRGINIA 6-19-2 85 0 28 vs. Arkansas 0-1-1 0 0 0 HUBENER’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 9 38 0 16 at UTSA 17 58 1 15 LOUISIANA TECH 8 9 0 6 at Oklahoma State 4 8 1 11 TCU 26 111 4 26 OKLAHOMA 9 16 0 7 at Texas 15 18 0 18 BAYLOR 29 153 2 34 at Texas Tech 14 9 3 7 IOWA STATE 20 90 0 16 at Kansas 17 88 2 29 WEST VIRGINIA 12 15 0 6 2014: Played in seven games, completing 9-of-17 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown... Also rushed for 142 yards and three scores... Did not lose yardage on any of his 27 rushing attempts... Threw his lone touchdown pass against Stephen F. Austin, a 15-yarder... Completed a career-best three passes for 54 yards against UTEP... Set a career high with 85 passing yards at TCU, including a 74-yarder... The pass was tied for the 14th longest in school history... Also tossed a 64-yard pass against Oklahoma State... Set a career high with 46 rushing yards against Texas, including a career best 20-yard rush... Tallied touchdown rushes against UTEP, Oklahoma State and TCU. HUBENER’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING STATS Opponent C-A-I Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1-2-0 15 1 15 UTEP 3-4-0 54 0 26 OKLAHOMA STATE 1-5-1 64 0 64 at TCU 2-3-0 85 0 74 KANSAS 2-3-0 17 0 9 HUBENER’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 6 32 0 11 UTEP 4 9 1 5 TEXAS 5 46 0 20 OKLAHOMA STATE 2 14 1 13 at TCU 2 12 1 6 KANSAS 8 29 0 8

PERSONAL: Joseph Kyle Hubener (HUEB-ner) was born in Columbus, Ohio... Son of Jerry and Kendra Hubener, both of whom attended K-State... Has three younger siblings, Justin, Jonathan and Jason... Majoring in secondary education. CAREER STATS - PASSING Year G/S Cpl Att Int Pct. Yds. TD Lg Effic. 2013 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 2014 7/0 9 17 1 52.9 235 1 74 176.7 2015 13/11 131 275 10 47.6 1,837 9 72 107.3 TOTAL 21/11 140 292 11 47.9 2,072 10 74 111.3 CAREER-HIGHS - Att: 40, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); Comp: 19, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); Yards: 289, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); TD: 3, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Long Pass: 74, at TCU (11/8/14). CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2013 1/0 2 5 2.5 0 4 2014 7/0 27 142 5.3 3 20 2015 13/11 180 613 3.4 13 34 TOTAL 21/11 209 760 3.6 16 34 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 29, vs. Baylor (11/5/15); Yards: 153, vs. Baylor (11/5/15); TD: 4, vs. TCU (10/10/15); Long Rush: 34, vs. Baylor (11/5/15).

J 32 Justin HUGHES LINEBACKER 6-1 • 223 • Fr.-RS Tucker, Ga. Tucker An athletic linebacker who originally signed with K-State in 2014... Will compete for playing time at both linebacker and on special teams following a redshirt season.

OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1 • 312 • Sr.-1L Manhattan, Kan. Hutchinson CC A former community-college transfer that was in the regular playing rotation at guard in 2015... Will battle for starting duties in the interior of the offensive line as a senior. 2015: Played in 10 games, including starts against South Dakota, UTSA, Louisiana Tech and Baylor... Helped K-State rank second nationally in red zone offense (94.5-percent) and 18th in passing yards per completion (14.12)... Also helped the Wildcats rush for 29 touchdowns, which was just one shy of entering the school’s top-10 list. 2014: Redshirted. COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Hutchinson under head coach Rion Rhodes... Named an Honorable Mention All-Jayhawk Conference player in 2013 as he helped the Blue Dragons earn an 8-4 record and a No. 17 final ranking, while the team went 9-3 and finished No. 12 nationally in 2012... Also helped Hutchinson pick up back-to-back Salt City Bowl victories... Played with current Wildcat offensive lineman Jason Lierz and former wide receiver/quarterback Wildcats Kody Cook. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year starter at Manhattan High under head coach Joe Schartz... Helped the Indians earn an 11-1 record during his senior campaign and a trip to the quarterfinals of the Kansas 6A State Championship... A First Team All-Centennial League performer in 2011, while he was named a First Team Kansas Football Coaches Association All-6A selection... Prepped with current Wildcats Deante Burton, Winston Dimel and Jason Lierz.

2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Tucker High under head coach Bryan Lamar... Helped the Tigers earn a 14-1 record and a trip to the state championship game as a senior in 2013... Named a first team all-state honoree in 2013 by the Georgia Sportswriters, while he was an All-DeKalb County pick by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution... Was rated as the nation’s 70th-best outside linebacker by ESPN in 2014... Selected to play in the Florida-Georgia All-Star Game... Totaled over 180 tackles over his junior and senior seasons... High school teammates with fellow Wildcat defenders Duke Shelley and Elijah Sullivan. PERSONAL: Justin Lorenz Hughes was born January 3, 1996, in Tucker, Georgia... Son of Chris Hughes and Jerita Porter... Has one sister, Keara... Majoring in psychology with the hopes of becoming a therapist.

2013: Appeared in the Iowa State game, rushing twice for five yards. 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year letterwinner for Cheney under head coach Dustin McEwan... Played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back... Also lettered in basketball, helping the Cardinals to two-straight league championships and a sub-state runner-up finish in 2011... Finished fifth at the state track meet in javelin... Was a member of the honor roll and president’s education award.

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hase 55 CChase JOHNSTON LINEBACKER 6-3 • 226 • Fr.-RS Carl Junction, Mo. Carl Junction An athletic and hard-hitting linebacker who used the 2015 season to develop... Will compete for playing time in the linebacker rotation as a redshirt freshman while adding support on special teams. 2015: Redshirted... Earned the program’s Overachiever Award as the top freshman in strength and conditioning. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Carl Junction under head coach Doug Buckmaster... Helped the Bulldogs earn an 11-1 record and reach the third round of the Missouri Class 4 playoffs in 2014... Regarded as the 39th-best inside linebacker nationally by ESPN and 47th-best by Scout.com, including the top middle linebacker in the state of Missouri... A First-Team All-Missouri Class 4 linebacker by the state’s coaches as well as the Missouri media association... Named to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Missouri Team... Named the league defensive player of the year in addition to earning all-league and all-district honors... Carded 100 tackles, including 18 tackles for loss and seven sacks as a senior... Also a first team all-state honoree in the shot put and lettered three years in basketball.


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Mandeville, La. Mandeville

CAREER HONORS • 2014 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A versatile athlete who has been the primary running back each of the last two seasons... Eclipsed the career 1,000-yard mark in 2015 as he currently ranks 21st in school history... Will continue to develop even more as a senior in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games, leading the team with 696 rushing yards on 142 carries while scoring five touchdowns... Averaged 73.7 yards over the final seven games of the year after just 30.0 yards per game over the first six contests... Rushed for 75 or more yards four times, including a career-high 122 yards at Texas... Became the school’s 27th career 1,000-yard rusher during the Texas Tech game... Scored a season-high two touchdowns against both TCU and Iowa State... Also caught 12 passes for 139 yards, including a career long 72-yard reception at Oklahoma State... His reception against the Cowboys was the longest by a K-State running back since 2000. JONES’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 10 43 0 7 at UTSA 7 11 0 5 LOUISIANA TECH 7 33 1 13 TCU 13 75 2 28 OKLAHOMA 5 18 0 8 at Texas 18 122 0 22 BAYLOR 16 76 0 13 at Texas Tech 18 99 0 15 IOWA STATE 15 65 2 10 at Kansas 13 70 0 13 WEST VIRGINIA 14 44 0 9 vs. Arkansas 6 40 0 35 JONES’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long LOUISIANA TECH 2 10 0 6 at Oklahoma State 1 72 0 72 BAYLOR 2 23 0 21 at Texas Tech 2 7 0 8 IOWA STATE 4 28 0 13 WEST VIRGINIA 1 -1 0 0 2014: Played in all 13 games, rushing for 540 yards and 13 touchdowns on 133 attempts... Also hauled in eight passes for 75 yards and a 13-yard touchdown catch against Kansas... Finished third in the Big 12 and 26th nationally in rushing touchdowns... Had 11 of his 13 rushing touchdowns come out of the “Wildcat” formation... Finished second in school history in points among sophomores with 84... Opened the season with eight touchdowns in the first four games, scoring a career-high three against UTEP and two apiece against Stephen F. Austin and Iowa State... Also had two rushing touchdowns against Oklahoma State... Carded a career high 76 yards against UTEP, one more than his previous career high at Iowa State... Registered a career-best 20 receiving yards against UCLA in the Alamo Bowl... Picked up Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

JONES’ 2014 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 8 55 2 15 at Iowa State 13 75 2 18 AUBURN 11 22 1 13 UTEP 12 76 3 13 TEXAS TECH 13 65 0 12 at Oklahoma 12 46 0 13 TEXAS 13 49 1 14 OKLAHOMA STATE 10 43 2 9 at TCU 3 -1 0 2 at West Virginia 7 4 0 4 KANSAS 9 42 1 17 at Baylor 13 45 1 11 vs. UCLA 9 19 0 6 JONES’ 2014 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1 17 0 17 AUBURN 2 16 0 16 at TCU 2 9 0 10 KANSAS 1 13 1 13 vs. UCLA 2 20 0 12 2013: Did not see any game action. 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at Mandeville under head coach Guy Lecompte... Rushed for 1,767 yards and 22 touchdowns while hauling in 31 passes for 321 yards during his senior season... An honorable mention all-state pick by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association... Named the New Orleans Player of the Week following a 213-yard performance against Parkway... Accounted for nearly 700 yards from scrimmage and eight touchdowns as a junior. PERSONAL: Charles Jones was born January 20, 1994... Son of Charles and Zondra Jones... Majoring in sociology/criminology. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2014 13/0 133 540 4.1 13 18 2015 13/0 142 696 4.9 5 35 TOTAL 26/0 275 1,236 4.5 18 35 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 18, twice; Yards: 122, at Texas (10/24/15); TD: 3, vs. UTEP (9/27/14); Long Rush: 35, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16). CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2014 13/0 8 75 9.4 1 17 2015 13/0 12 139 11.6 0 72 TOTAL 26/0 20 214 10.7 1 72 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 4, vs. Iowa State (11/21/15); Yards: 72, at Oklahoma State (10/3/15); TD: 1, vs. Kansas (11/29/14); Long Catch: 72, at Oklahoma State (10/3/15).

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PERSONAL: Andrew Chase Johnston was born September 30, 1996, in Joplin, Missouri... Son of Vince and Leigh Johnston... Has one sister, Jessica, and one brother, Kyle... Father, Vince, played wide receiver at Pittsburg State, while grandfather, Nelson Toburen, played linebacker at Wichita State and later for the 1961 and 1962 NFL Champion Green Bay Packers... Majoring in kinesiology.

y 46 JJayd KIRBY LINEBACKER 6-2 • 220 • Jr.-1L Blooming Grove, Texas Navarro College A late community-college signee who was an impact on special teams during his first season at K-State... Will continue to add special teams support while battling for playing time at linebacker. 2015: Played in 11 games, totaling eight special teams tackles – all coming on kickoff coverage... Set a season high with three tackles at UTSA, while he recovered a fumble on a kickoff against Louisiana Tech... Also had tackles against TCU, Texas, Baylor, Kansas and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas.

Opponent at UTSA TCU at Texas BAYLOR at Kansas vs. Arkansas

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played one season at Navarro College under head coach Brian Mayper... Helped lead the Bulldogs to a 7-3 record and a No. 14 national ranking in the final NJCAA Poll... Earned First Team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) honors after finishing the year with 70 tackles, 10 sacks, two fumble recoveries, two pass breakups and one forced fumble... Recorded a season-best 11 tackles and three sacks against Cisco, while he had two sacks apiece against Kilgore and Blinn... Came away with nine tackles, one sack and a forced fumble against Arkansas Baptist. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Blooming Grove under head coach Gary Grubbs... Earned All-District 6-2A honors as both a quarterback and safety during his junior and senior seasons. PERSONAL: Jayd T Kirby was born May 28, 1995, in Bowdle, South Dakota... Son of Kevin Kirby... A sociology/criminology major who wants to become a detective. CAREER STATS - SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES Year G KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS 2015 11 8 0 8 TOTAL 11 8 0 8 CAREER HIGHS - Total Tackles: 3, at UTSA (9/12/15); Solos: 1, five times.

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LEE LINEBACKER 6-3 • 228 • Jr.-2L

Blue Springs, Mo. Blue Springs

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) • 2015 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 • 2014 Honorable Mention Big 12 Def. Freshman of the Year A high-motor player who has made the transition from high school defensive end to All-Big 12 linebacker... Will continue to remain a key part of the K-State defense as a junior in 2016. 2015: Started all 13 games, leading the team with 80 tackles en route to Second Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches... Became K-State’s first underclassman (Fr. or So.) linebacker to earn First or Second Team All-Big 12 honors since College Football Hall of Famer Mark Simoneau in 1998... Is the first Wildcat underclassman to lead the team in tackles since 2008... Also finished second on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss and third with 5.0 sacks... Recorded three interceptions, the most by a K-State linebacker since 2002... Two of his picks came against TCU, the most in a game by a Wildcat linebacker since 2002... Tied for eighth in the Big 12 in interceptions and 17th in sacks... Set career highs in tackles (12), TFLs (3.0) and sacks (2.0) against Louisiana Tech... Also reached double digits in tackles against Texas Tech with 11, including a 14-yard sack... Recorded eight tackles on three occasions – against Texas, Baylor and Kansas... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. LEE’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 3-3-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 10-2-12 3.0-12 2.0-8 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 2-5-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 3-0-3 1.0-2 0.0-0 2 2 OKLAHOMA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 8-0-8 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 BAYLOR 8-0-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 10-1-11 1.0-14 1.0-14 0 0 IOWA STATE 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 6-2-8 1.5-8 1.0-7 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 vs. Arkansas 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1

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2014: Played in all 13 games and totaled 19 tackles, including 4.5 sacks, a forced fumble and a pass breakup... Recorded the most sacks by a true freshman in school history and the second most among all freshmen (true and redshirt)... His sack total was the most among all true freshmen in the Big 12 in 2014... Started the season off with two sacks against Stephen F. Austin, becoming the first true freshman under head coach Bill Snyder to record two sacks in a game... Also recorded sacks against Texas and Kansas, and a half sack at Iowa State... Registered a career-high four tackles against UTEP. LEE’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 2-0-2 2.0-11 2.0-11 0 0 at Iowa State 0-1-1 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 0 UTEP 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TEXAS 3-0-3 1.0-10 1.0-10 0 0 OKLAHOMA ST. 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at West Virginia 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 KANSAS 1-0-1 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 at Baylor 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. UCLA 1-2-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Blue Springs under head coach Kelly Donohoe... A two-time recipient of the Buck Buchanan Memorial Award, given to the best lineman or linebacker in the top two high school classes in Kansas or Missouri high school football in the Kansas City area... Is only the second two-time winner of the award... Selected as the Missouri Football Coaches’ Association (MFCA) Class 6 Defensive Player of the Year, while he was a unanimous pick for the MFCA All-State squad in 2013... Named first team all-state by the Missouri media in 2013 and was selected to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Missouri Team... Named to the MaxPreps Junior All-American team in 2012... Also a first team all-state honoree by both the coaches and media as a junior... A two-time Kansas City Star All-Metro honoree... Rated the 39th-best outside linebacker nationally by Scout.com and 41st by Rivals.com... Recorded 85 tackles, including 36 for loss and 12 sacks as a senior after collecting 71 tackles, 33.5 TFLs and 18.5 sacks in 2012... Teammate of current K-State running back Dalvin Warmack... Also participated in basketball, earning all-conference and all-district honors. PERSONAL: Elijah James Lee was born February 8, 1996, in St. Joseph, Missouri... Son of Kevin Ginn and Sharon Lee... Has four siblings... Majoring in business.

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 13/0 15-4-19 4.5-28 4.5-28 0 1 1/0 2015 13/13 66-14-80 7.5-41 5.0-34 3 4 1/2 TOTAL 26/13 81-18-99 12.0-69 9.5-62 3 5 2/2 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 12, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Solos: 10, twice; TFL: 3.0, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Sacks: 2.0, twice; INT: 2, vs. TCU (10/10/15).

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6-7 • 240 • Jr.-SQ Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Catholic A punter with a powerful leg who has seen limited action over the past two seasons... Will compete for more playing time as a junior in 2016. 2015: Played in three games, punting four times for a 44.5-yard average... Two of his punts landed inside the 20-yard line… Set career highs in punts (2), yards (97), average (48.5) and long punt (50) against Louisiana Tech. LOCHBIHLER’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Punts Yards Avg. Lg 50+ i20 LOUISIANA TECH 2 97 48.5 50 1 2 OKLAHOMA 1 44 44.0 44 0 0 at Kansas 1 37 37.0 37 0 0 2014: Saw action in three games, punting twice for a 38.0-yard average. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Punted and handled place-kicking duties at Charlotte Catholic under head coach Jim Oddo... Helped team obtain a 13-1 record as a senior, earning all-conference and all-county honors... Averaged 43.8 yards on 26 punt attempts during his career, while he booted kickoffs for a 68.3-yard average and 150 touchbacks. PERSONAL: Mitchell Link Lochbihler was born January 6, 1995, in Charlotte, North Carolina... Son of Craig and Victoria Lochbihler... Has one sibling, Morgan... Majoring in construction science and management. CAREER STATS - PUNTING Year G No. Yds Long Avg. In 20 2014 3 2 76 40 38.0 0 2015 3 4 178 50 44.5 2 TOTAL 6 6 254 50 42.3 2 CAREER-HIGHS - Punts: 2, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Average: 48.5, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Long: 50, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); 50-Plus: 1, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Inside 20: 2, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15).

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Brownwood, Texas Brownwood

A community-college transfer who has seen limited action over the past two seasons... Will compete for more playing time in his final year at K-State. 2015: Played in five games, mainly as a reserve defensive back... Recorded five tackles, including a career-high two stops against both UTSA and TCU... Also recorded a tackle and a pass breakup against South Dakota. MACK’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 at UTSA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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2014: Saw action against UTEP but did not record any statistics. COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played one season for Highland under head coach Aaron Arnold, helping the team earn a 6-4 record... Ranked No. 12 among community-college cornerbacks by ESPN... Came away with 42 tackles, two interceptions and five pass breakups... Returned an interception 29 yards against Butler, a season-long return for the Scotties which helped Highland defeat the fourth-ranked Grizzlies, 23-21... Redshirted the 2012 season. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Spartanburg High under head coach Freddy Brown... Helped the Vikings earn a 5-3 record in 2011... Played quarterback throughout his prep career before switching to cornerback as a senior, a year in which he led the state with 17 pass breakups and recorded three interceptions. PERSONAL: Jesse Dejuan Mack was born October 2, 1993, in Spartanburg, South Carolina... Son of the late Jesse Mack and Lisa Holbert... Has two siblings, Paul Wilson and Brazyah Lyles... Majoring in criminology with the hopes of become a FBI agent or work in the secret service. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 1/0 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 5/0 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0/0 TOTAL 6/0 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 2, twice; Solos: 2, twice; PD: 1, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15).

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) • 2015 Lou Groza Award Watch List • 2014 Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated) • 2014 Freshman All-American (FWAA, USA Today, Phil Steele) • 2014 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 • 2014 Lou Groza Award Star of the Week (UT) • 2014 Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week (Kansas) • 2014 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A two-time All-Big 12 place kicker who has shared primary place kicking duties over the past two seasons... Will look to be take over the entirety of place kicking responsibilities as a junior... Currently ranks first in school history and tops nationally among active players by making 96.2-percent (25-of-26) of his career field goals... Needs to make his next field goal attempt to tie the school record for career consecutive field goals made, while he is three field goals shy of entering the school’s career top-10 list. 2015: Connected on all seven field-goal attempts and 15 extra-point attempts en route to Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors despite missing a portion of the year due to injury... Teamed with Jack Cantele to give K-State the second set of kickers in Big 12 history to earn All-Big 12 honors in the same season (2001 Colorado)... Connected on both field-goal attempts against South Dakota and one apiece against Kansas and West Virginia, including a season-long 40-yarder against the Mountaineers... Made all three field goal attempts in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas, breaking his own school record for field goals made in a bowl game... Was true on a season-high five extra-point attempts at Kansas, while he also made all four against South Dakota. McCRANE’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent FGM-A SEQUENCE XPM-A SOUTH DAKOTA 2-2 (23), (28) 4-4 at UTSA 0-0 1-1 at Kansas 1-1 (33) 5-5 WEST VIRGINIA 1-1 (40) 3-3 vs. Arkansas 3-3 (36), (21), (32) 2-2 () - Denotes field goal made 2014: Served as the primary place kicker over the final 10 games, connecting on 18-of-19 field goals – including all 11 from 30 yards or more – and 41-of-42 extra points en route to Honorable Mention All-America, Freshman All-America and All-Big 12 honors... Led the nation in field-goal percentage at 94.7 percent, while he was 20th nationally and fourth in the Big 12 in field goals per game (1.50)... Shattered the K-State freshman record for points with 94, nearly 40 more than the previous record held by Martin Gramatica (1994)... Season totals ranked second in school history for field goal percentage and tied for fifth in field goals made... Also tied for third in school history in single-season 50-yard field goals... Connected on a 53-yarder against Oklahoma State, the longest by a freshman in school history and the longest by a Wildcat since 2011... Also true on a 52-yard attempt against Kansas as he became the first freshman kicker in school history with two 50-yarders in a year... Made four field goals at West Virginia, which tied for the second most in school history, were the most in the Big 12 and tied for the sixth most nationally in 2014... Earned Lou Groza Star of the Week honors following the Texas game when he made all three field-goal attempts, tying for 10th in school history in single-game field goals made... Named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week following the Kansas game by making both field-goal attempts and all five extra-point attempts... Also made five or more extra points against UTEP (7), Oklahoma State (6) and Texas Tech (5)... A Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honoree.

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McCRANE’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS FGM-A SEQUENCE XPM-A STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 0-0 1-1 AUBURN 0-0 1-1 UTEP 1-1 (25) 7-7 TEXAS TECH 1-1 (27) 5-5 at Oklahoma 1-1 (27) 4-4 TEXAS 3-3 (19), (30), (38) 2-2 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-2 (37), (53) 6-6 at TCU 0-0 2-3 at West Virginia 4-5 (36), (44), (19), 22, (32) 2-2 KANSAS 2-2 (41), (52) 5-5 at Baylor 2-2 (24), (47) 3-3 vs. UCLA 2-2 (47), (29) 3-3 () - Denotes field goal made Opponent

2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Brownwood under head coach Bob Shipley... Connected on 7-of-12 field goals as a senior, including a school-record 52-yarder... Selected to play on Team USA in the 2013 U19 International Bowl. PERSONAL: Matthew McCrane was born September 8, 1994... Son of Steven and Lori McCrane... A marketing major. CAREER STATS - FIELD GOALS Year FGM-A Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 2014 18-19 94.7 2-2 5-6 5-5 4-4 2-2 2015 7-7 100.0 0-0 3-3 3-3 1-1 0-0 TOTAL 25-26 96.2 2-2 8-9 8-8 5-5 2-2 CAREER-HIGHS - Field Goals: 4, at West Virginia (11/20/14); Long: 53, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14); Extra Points: 6, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14).

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Ty yler 62 TTyler MITCHELL OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4 • 301 • Fr.-RS Mathews, Ala. Montgomery Academy A physical offensive lineman who developed during his redshirt season... Will look to compete for playing time in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Montgomery Academy under head coach Anthony McCall... Helped lead the Eagles to a 12-1 record and a trip to the quarterfinals of the Alabama 3A playoffs in 2014... Team also reached the state quarterfinals and went 11-2 in 2013... Earned first team all-state honors from the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior... An all-area pick in 2013 and by AL.com... Earned the team’s most improved offensive player and most valuable lineman awards... Also played baseball. PERSONAL: Philip Tyler Mitchell was born January 21, 1997, in Mathews, Alabama... Son of Phil and Lauri Mitchell... Majoring in agribusiness.

CHARMEACHEALLE MOORE

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2013: Played in every game and totaled seven tackles, including two sacks, and a pass breakup... Registered a season-high two tackles with a sack and a forced fumble against Michigan in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.

LINEBACKER 6-0 • 228 • Sr.-3L Dallas, Texas Skyline

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (West Virginia) A high-motor linebacker who came on strong at the end of the 2015 season... Will battle for starting duties at one of the linebacker positions again as a senior.

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2015: Played in 12 games, including starts in the final three contests... Totaled 55 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery... Had a stellar final four games as he averaged 10.8 tackles per game after just a 1.5 average in the first eight games of the year... Recorded a career-best 17 tackles – including 16 solo stops – 4.0 TFLs and 2.0 sacks against West Virginia en route to Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors... His 16 solo stops were tied for the most nationally during the 2015 season and were the most by a Wildcat since at least 1990... He bettered his previous career-high of 10 tackles against Iowa State, which included a sack, while he recovered a fumble that led to the game-winning field goal... Earned his first-career start at Kansas, coming away with six stops and a half TFL... Finished the year with 10 tackles in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas, which tied for seventh in K-State bowl history.

2012: Played in 10 games... Had four tackles, including two against Kansas when he also forced a fumble on a Jayhawk kickoff return... Also had stops vs. North Texas and Oregon.

MOORE’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 1-2-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 10-0-10 1.0-1 1.0-1 0 0 at Kansas 4-2-6 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 16-1-17 4.0-18 2.0-14 0 0 vs. Arkansas 8-2-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

PERSONAL: Charmeachealle (sure-MIKE-you-well) D Moore was born January 30, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Charmeachealle and Shannon Moore... Has one sibling... Father, Charmeachealle, lettered in football at Baylor in 1990... Majoring in family studies.

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2014: Played against Stephen F. Austin, recording two tackles... Did not see any more action the rest of the season due to injury... Received a medical hardship to regain the year of eligibility.

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MOORE’S 2013 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD LOUISIANA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 UMASS 1-0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 0 0 at Texas 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 vs. Michigan 1-1-2 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0

MOORE’S 2012 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD NORTH TEXAS 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 KANSAS 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. Oregon 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Skyline under head coach Reginald Samples... Helped lead the Raiders to a 9-3 overall record (7-0 league) during the 2010 season... A two-time all-district pick... Named one of the top 100 players in the state of Texas prior to senior season... Teammate of former Wildcat defensive end Marquel Bryant.

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2012 10/0 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1/0 2013 13/0 5-2-7 2.0-3 2.0-3 0 1 1/0 2014 1/0 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 12/3 47-8-55 5.5-19 3.0-15 0 0 1/1 TOTAL 36/3 58-10-68 7.5-22 5.0-18 0 1 3/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 17, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); Solos: 16, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); TFL: 4.0, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); Sacks: 2.0, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15).

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Colb by 19 CColby MOORE WIDE RECEIVER 6-1 • 198 • So.-1L Argyle, Texas Liberty Christian An athletic player who was an integral part of the special teams units as a redshirt freshman... Switched from defensive back to wide receiver and will compete for more playing time in 2016. 2015: Played in nine games, tying for second on the team with eight special teams tackles... Tallied four tackles on kickoff coverage and four on punt coverage... Had a season-high three tackles on two occasions, at Texas and at Kansas... Also had tackles at Texas Tech and against West Virginia. MOORE’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS at Texas 1 2 3 at Texas Tech 1 0 1 at Kansas 2 1 3 WEST VIRGINIA 0 1 1 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A starter for Liberty Christian during his senior year under head coach Greg Price... Helped lead the Warriors to a 9-4 record and a trip to the state semifinals during the 2013 campaign as he earned all-district honors... Also prepped at Springtown High where he was named a Texas First Team 3A All-District 6 performer as a junior after leading the Porcupines to a 6-5 record and an appearance in state playoffs... Earned all-county honors as both a sophomore and junior... Also participated in wrestling and track and field. PERSONAL: Colby Dean Moore was born February 1, 1996, in Hays, Kansas... Son of Mike and Pam Moore... Has one sister, Taylor... Father, Mike, played baseball at TCU. CAREER STATS - SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES Year G KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS 2015 9 4 4 8 TOTAL 9 4 4 8 CAREER HIGHS - Total Tackles: 3, twice (10/24/15); Solos: 3, at Texas (10/24/15).


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Broken Arrow, Okla. Broken Arrow A young defensive back who saw limited action as a reserve in 2014 and 2015... Will compete for more playing time as a junior. 2015: Played in four games – against South Dakota, UTSA, Oklahoma State and Kansas – but did not record any statistics. 2014: Played in five games, seeing time against Stephen F. Austin, UTEP, Oklahoma State, TCU and Kansas, but did not record any statistics. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at Broken Arrow High under head coach Steve Spauital... Named to the Oklahoma Top 11 allstate team as a senior... A 2012 All-Oklahoma 6A selection at cornerback by The Oklahoman... Recorded four interceptions and 100 tackles in his final two years... Helped the Tigers earn a runner-up finish in 2011... A standout in track who helped set a school record in the 4x100 relay. PERSONAL: Cre Ahmani Moore was born June 10, 1995, in Tulsa, Oklahoma... Son of Steve and Mary Moore... Has four siblings... Majoring in computer science.

d 67 RReid NAJVAR OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4 • 295 • Jr.-SQ Spring, Texas Klein Oak A physical player who has seen limited action in his first two seasons but could be primed to take over a starting spot along the offensive line as a junior in 2016. 2015: Played against South Dakota and Kansas. 2014: Saw action against UTEP and Oklahoma State. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Klein Oak under head coach David Smith... A first team all-district pick as a senior... Named one of the state’s top 100 football recruits by the Houston Chronicle... Voted a team captain as a senior... A 2012 Preseason First Team All-Greater Houston selection. PERSONAL: Reid August Najvar (NYE-vuhr) was born July 26, 1994, in Houston, Texas... Son of Don Najvar and LeeAnn Schultz... Has five siblings... Older brother, Jordan, played tight end at Baylor from 2010-13 after redshirting the 2009 season at Stanford... He is currently an Offensive Quality Control coach at Tulsa... Majoring in finance.

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A former walk-on who has contributed on special teams over the last two seasons while seeing more action on defense as a sophomore... Will compete a starting spot in the defensive backfield again in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games, including starts at safety against Texas, Baylor, Texas Tech and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Totaled 52 tackles, one tackle for loss and one forced fumble... Had 37 tackles over a four-game stretch against Oklahoma, Texas, Baylor and Texas Tech (9.3 per gm) after entering the Oklahoma contest with 16 total stops in his previous 18 career games (0.9 per gm)... Set a career high with 14 tackles against Oklahoma, which featured his first-career TFL... Also had nine tackles against Baylor and eight at Texas Tech... Forced his first career fumble against Arkansas. NEWLAN’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 5-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 14-0-14 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 6-0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 9-0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 6-2-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. Arkansas 3-1-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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2014: Appeared in all 13 games and recorded six tackles, including five on kickoff coverage... Set a career high with three tackles against UTEP... Also had one stop against Stephen F. Austin, Kansas and Baylor. NEWLAN’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 UTEP 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 KANSAS 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Baylor 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 Opponent

A late community-college signee who arrived at K-State in time for spring drills... Will compete for a spot in the defensive backfield. COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played his redshirt freshman season for the Blue Dragons under head coach Rion Rhoades... Saw action in 11 games, recording 44 tackles, two tackles for loss, four interceptions and four pass breakups... Carded a season-high 10 tackles against Dodge City CC, while he had had seven stops the next week against Coffeyville... Returned one of his interceptions 13 yards at Highland... Also returned five punts on the year for 34 yards.

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2014 (APPALACHIAN STATE): Signed with Appalachian State out of high school and redshirted the 2014 season for the Mountaineers as a wide receiver. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Norcross under head coach Keith Maloof... Rated as one of the top 20 safeties in the state of Georgia in the Class of 2014 by Scout.com... Earned Second Team Georgia 7-AAAAAA All-Region accolades as a senior... Totaled 103 tackles, two tackles for loss, 10 interceptions, 20 passes defended and three fumble recoveries over his final two high school campaigns... Also recorded 267 interception-return yards... Returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown as a senior... Helped lead Norcross to a 29-2 overall record and back-to-back Georgia Class AAAAAA state championships in 2012 and 2013... The Blue Devils finished ranked No. 16 nationally following his junior season in 2012, when he earned all-county accolades. PERSONAL: Jordan Djvan Noil was born April 20, 1995... Son of Melissa Ivey and James Noil.

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2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Phillipsburg High under head coach J.B. Covington... Named an honorable mention all-state performer as a junior and senior by VarsityKansas.com and the Topeka Capital-Journal... An all-league selection at quarterback, defensive back and punter... Also lettered three years in basketball and track and field... Earned consecutive Kansas 3A State Championships in the 110-meter hurdles... Also won the Kansas 3A crown in the 300-meter hurdles and placed second in the discus in 2012. PERSONAL: Sean Austin Thomas Newlan was born December 20, 1994, in Norton, Kansas... Son of George and Sue Newlan... Has three sisters, Beth, Emily and Hannah... Majoring in psychology. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 13/0 5-1-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 13/4 47-5-52 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 1/0 TOTAL 26/4 52-6-58 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 1/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 14, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Solos: 14, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); TFL: 1.0, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15).

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PATTERSON’S 2013 GAME-BY-GAME FIELD GOAL STATS Opponent FGM-A SEQUENCE XPM-A OKLAHOMA 1-1 (28) 4-4 at Kansas 1-2 43, (31) 4-4 vs. Michigan 1-2 40, (22) 4-4 () - Denotes field goal made

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CAREER HONORS • 2014-15 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A former walk-on place kicker who has handled a majority of the kickoff duties over the last three years... Will look to continue to handle kickoffs while competing for placements in 2016. 2015: Saw action in all 13 games, averaging 60.4 yards on 65 kickoffs with 15 touchbacks... Set a season high with seven kickoffs against both South Dakota and UTSA, while he had a season-best three touchbacks against South Dakota and Texas Tech... Also made tackles on kickoff coverage against Oklahoma State, TCU and West Virginia. PATTERSON’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO Yards Avg SOUTH DAKOTA 7 433 63.3 at UTSA 7 424 60.6 LOUISIANA TECH 6 368 61.3 at Oklahoma State 6 355 59.2 TCU 5 306 61.2 OKLAHOMA 1 65 65.0 at Texas 2 122 61.0 BAYLOR 4 249 62.2 at Texas Tech 5 316 63.2 IOWA STATE 6 338 56.3 at Kansas 6 365 60.8 WEST VIRGINIA 5 294 58.8 vs. Arkansas 5 283 56.6

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2014: Appeared in all 13 games, serving as the primary kickoff man... Averaged 61.8 yards on his 83 kickoffs, including 25 touchbacks... Had a banner day against Kansas, setting new career highs in average (64.8) and touchbacks (7), while tying his career high in kickoffs with 10... Also kicked off 10 times against Stephen F. Austin... Had four touchbacks against Oklahoma State and three apiece against Stephen F. Austin and Texas... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. PATTERSON’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO Yards Avg STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 10 615 61.5 at Iowa State 7 437 62.4 AUBURN 3 186 62.0 UTEP 9 537 59.7 TEXAS TECH 4 238 59.5 at Oklahoma 2 127 63.5 TEXAS 6 384 64.0 OKLAHOMA STATE 9 533 61.4 at TCU 4 247 61.8 at West Virginia 7 422 60.3 KANSAS 10 648 64.8 at Baylor 6 367 61.2 vs. UCLA 6 372 62.0

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2013: Played in nine games, handling kickoff duties for a majority of the season while also connecting on 3-of-5 field goals and all 12 extra points... Made a field goal in each of the final three contests, while he was 4-of-4 on extra points during those games... Had five touchbacks on eight kickoffs against both Texas Tech and TCU.

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PATTERSON’S 2013 GAME-BY-GAME KICKOFF STATS Opponent KO Yards Avg TB UMASS 1 58 58.0 0 at Oklahoma State 2 123 61.5 1 BAYLOR 3 155 51.7 0 IOWA STATE 6 326 54.3 2 at Texas Tech 8 511 63.9 5 TCU 8 513 64.1 5 OKLAHOMA 6 349 58.2 2 at Kansas 6 378 63.0 2 vs. Michigan 6 369 61.5 1 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons at Rock Bridge under head coach A.J. Ofodile... Named an all-district and all-area kicker... Connected on all eight field goals during his senior season, including a long of 47 yards... Prepped with current K-State wide receiver Zach Reuter. PERSONAL: Ian Patterson was born January 17, 1994, in Lexington, Kentucky... Son of David Patterson and Mary Palffy... Father, David, is a professor of animal science at the University of Missouri and earned his Ph.D. from Kansas State... Has one sibling, Dolan... A business major. CAREER STATS - KICKOFFS Year No. Yards Avg. TB 2013 46 2,782 60.5 18 2014 83 5,133 61.8 25 2015 65 3,928 60.4 15 TOTAL 194 11,843 61.0 58 CAREER HIGHS - Kickoffs: 10, twice; Average: 64.8, vs. Kansas (11/29/14); Touchbacks: 7, vs. Kansas (11/29/14).

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WIDE RECEIVER 6-2 • 205 • So.-TR Tampa, Fla. Butler CC A dynamic wide receiver who will compete immediately for playing time after a solid season at the community-college ranks in 2015.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Robinson under head coach Mike DePue... Was a Second Team Class 5A All-Florida selection while also earning First Team All-Hillsborough County honors after catching 25 passes for 391 yards and seven touchdowns... Also rushed for 162 yards on 13 carries and had two scores, while he recorded four interceptions and three fumble recoveries on defense... Returned 11 punts for 204 yards (18.5-yard average) and had 394 yards on 11 kickoff returns (35.8 yards per return) while scoring four touchdowns... His return total included a 99yard touchdown while he had a 95-yard interception return for a score in playoff loss to Tampa Jesuit in the regional semifinals... Voted the player of the game at the inaugural Blue-Gray National High School Classic as he had six catches for 104 yards, 75 kickoff-return yards and 10 rushing yards (189 all-purpose) in the game played at Raymond James Stadium... Also participated in Hillsborough County All-Star Game. PERSONAL: Byron Pringle was born November 17, 1993, in Tampa, Florida... Son of Patty Freeman... Has one son, Bryson... Majoring in criminology.

C 94 C.J. REESE DEFENSIVE END 6-1 • 260 • So.-SQ San Antonio, Texas James Madison A tough defender who has been in the program for two years and will compete for playing time along the defensive front in 2016. 2015: Did not see any game action. 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at James Madison under head coach Jim Streety... Helped lead the Mavericks to a combined 31-13 record over his three-year prep career with state semifinal appearances during his sophomore and senior campaigns... Earned Second Team All-District 26-5A honors as both a junior and senior... Rated the nation’s 44th-best defensive tackle by Scout. com... Selected to play in the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game held at the Alamodome. PERSONAL: C.J. Reese was born May 26, 1996, in Bethesda, Maryland... Son of Charlotte Ramos... Has one brother, Caleb... Majoring in sociology/criminology.

Z 15 Zach REUTER WIDE RECEIVER

COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played one season at Butler under head coach Tim Schaffner... Rated the 44th best community-college prospect – including the No. 9 wide receiver – by ESPN... Also regarded as one of the top 100 community-college prospects in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com and Scout.com... Accumulated 28 receptions for 432 yards (15.4 yds/catch) and nine touchdowns en route to Second Team All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) honors... His touchdown total was tied for 11th nationally... Recorded a season-long 72-yard touchdown against Iowa Central, while he also had six receptions for 76 yards and two touchdowns two weeks later at Coffeyville... Ended his Butler career on a high note by catching four passes – including three touchdown receptions – and totaling 100 yards at Ellsworth... Also excelled in kick returns, averaging 44.3 yards on three returns, featuring a 93-yard touchdown return against Iowa Central... Helped the Grizzlies win the KJCCC and finish fifth in the final National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) poll with a 9-2 record.

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6-3 • 194 • So.-1L Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge A talented wide receiver who played as a true freshman in 2015 on both offense and special teams... Will compete for starting duties at one of the wide receiver positions in 2016. 2015: Played in 11 games, including a start in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Caught six passes for 47 yards... Had season highs in catches (3), yards (27) and long catch (12) against the Razorbacks... Also hauled in a nine-yard reception against TCU and a 10-yard catch at Texas Tech.


HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Rock Bridge under head coach A.J. Ofodile... A unanimous first team all-state selection by the Missouri Football Coaches Association (MFCA), while the organization named him to the all-district team... Also selected to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Missouri Team... Named the Columbia Daily Tribune’s Offensive Player of the Year after hauling in 81 catches for 1,545 yards and 24 touchdowns... His receiving yardage ranked sixth in state history while he finished two touchdowns shy of tying the state record... Totaled 140 receptions in his two-year varsity career and broke school career records for yards (2,317) and touchdowns (33)... Named all-district as a junior... Teammates with current Wildcat place kicker Ian Patterson... Also competed in basketball. PERSONAL: Zachary Cale Reuter (ROY-ter) was born March 14, 1996, in Columbia, Missouri... Son of Nate and Kathy Reuter... Has two siblings, Corey and Logan... Older brother, Corey, signed to play football at Missouri S&T (formerly Missouri-Rolla) in 2012. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 11/1 6 47 7.8 0 12 TOTAL 11/1 6 47 7.8 0 12 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 3, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16); Yards: 27, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16); Long Catch: 12, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16).

Dalton 71 Dalton RISNER

A 73 Alec RUTH

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OFFENSIVE LINE

6-5 • 300 • So.-1L

6-7 • 300 • So.-SQ

Wiggins, Colo. Wiggins

Highlands Ranch, Colo. Valor Christian

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Freshman All-American (Campus Insiders) • 2015 Second Team Freshman All-American (Athlon, Scout) • 2015 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A hard-nosed player who started every game at center as a redshirt freshman... Will look to retain his starting spot at center while providing leadership along the offensive front. 2015: A 13-game starter at center who earned First Team Freshman All-America honors from Campus Insiders and second-team honors from Athlon and Scout... Helped K-State rank second nationally in red zone offense (94.5-percent) and 18th in passing yards per completion (14.12)... Also helped the Wildcats rush for 29 touchdowns, which was just one shy of entering the school’s top-10 list... Blocked for six rushing touchdowns against TCU, which was tied for the fourth-most in school history... Picked up Second Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades.

An athletic offensive lineman who has used the last two seasons to develop... Will compete for playing time along the offensive front as a sophomore. 2015: Did not see any game action.

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REUTER’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long TCU 1 9 0 9 at Texas Tech 1 10 0 10 at Kansas 1 1 0 1 vs. Arkansas 3 27 0 12

2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Valor Christian, including his senior year under head coach Rod Sherman... Named one of the Denver Post’s top-25 players in the state during the 2013 season and ranked 30th nationally among offensive tackles by ESPN... Helped Valor Christian win the Colorado 5A State Championship all four years... Also competed in basketball, wrestling and track and field, while he was an academic all-state student. PERSONAL: Alec Phillip Ruth was born December 12, 1995, in Littleton, Colorado... Son of Larry and Anne Ruth... Has one sibling, Jace... Majoring in computer science.

2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Wiggins High under head coach and father Mitch Risner... Named one of the Denver Post’s top-25 players in the state during the 2013 season and was an all-state selection by the organization in 2012... Also named an all-state player by Root Sports in 2012 and 2013... Rated the nation’s sixthbest center and the fifth-best player in the state by Rivals.com, while he was the nation’s seventh-best center according to ESPN... Selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl and the U-19 International Bowl between Team USA and Canada Football... Also placed fifth in the state in shot put in 2012 and participated in basketball. PERSONAL: Dalton William Risner was born July 13, 1995, in Branson, Missouri... Son of Mitch and Melinda Risner... Has four siblings, Austin, Taylor, Kaeson and Shelden... Kaeson is a freshman tight end for the Wildcats... Majoring in communication studies.

D 43 Drew SCOTT LONG SNAPPER 6-2 • 210 • Jr.-SQ Cedar Rapids, Iowa Xavier A walk-on long snapper who has played in five career games... Will battle for primary long snapping responsibilities in 2016. 2015: Played in the season opener against South Dakota. 2014: Appeared in four games, serving as the primary long snapper for a majority of the first three contests... Also played against West Virginia. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Xavier High under head coach Duane Schulte... Successfully connected on all 67 snaps over the course of his junior and senior seasons... Received a five-star rating at Kohl’s Longsnapping Camp prior to his senior year... Helped the Saints to a 14-1 record and a 4A runner-up finish in 2012... Also competed two years in basketball and four years in baseball. PERSONAL: Andrew Patrick Scott was born March 12, 1995, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa... Son of Andrew and Sue Scott... Has three siblings, Shane, Jack and Abby... Majoring in entrepreneurship.

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Conway Springs, Kan. Conway Springs

Glendale, Calif. Pasadena City College A late community-college signee who saw limited action as a junior in 2015... Will compete for a starting spot at defensive tackle as a senior.

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 An athletic defensive lineman who played linebacker in high school... Saw limited action as a reserve in 2014 before playing in every game as a sophomore on both defense and special teams... Will compete for a starting spot in the interior of the defense line in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams, with a start at defensive tackle in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Totaled four tackles, including a career-high two at UTSA... Also batted away a Roadrunner pass, while he had another pass breakup at Kansas. SEIWERT’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD at UTSA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 at Texas Tech 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 vs. Arkansas 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

FF/FR 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

2014: Saw action in two games, including against Stephen F. Austin when he recorded two tackles. SEIWERT’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD FF/FR STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 Opponent

2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Conway Springs under head coach Matt Biehler... Named to the Topeka Capital-Journal Top-11 team and was also an all class all-state pick... A 2011 MaxPreps All-American... A First Team All-Central Plains League selection on offense and defense... Named co-Defensive MVP for the Central Plains League... Helped Conway Springs win the 2011 Kansas 3A State Championship with four tackles, including one for a loss, and a fumble recovery... Led the Cardinals to a combined 38-4 record and two state titles in three seasons... Prepped with current Wildcat defensive end Tanner Wood... Also earned all-league and allstate honors in basketball and javelin (187 feet). PERSONAL: Matt Patrick Seiwert was born September 5, 1993, in Wellington, Kansas... Son of David and Mary Seiwert... Has five siblings, including an older brother, Darin, who played football at K-State... Majoring in agribusiness. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 2/0 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 13/1 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2 0/0 TOTAL 15/1 4-2-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 2, twice; Solos: 2, twice; PD: 1, twice.

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2015: Played in two games, at Kansas and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Saw action in a majority of the game against the Razorbacks, recording three tackle... Tallied his first-career sack at Kansas. SETTLES’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD FF/FR at Kansas 1-0-1 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 0/0 vs. Arkansas 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played the 2012 and 2013 seasons at Pasadena City College under head coach Fred Fimbres... Totaled 38 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and five sacks in his two-year career, including 28 stops, 11 TFLs and four sacks as a sophomore in 2013 when he earned Southern California Football Association (SCFA) Second Team All-Northern Conference honors. HIGH SCHOOL: Played two seasons at Hoover under head coach Chris Long... Selected to play in the Hall of Fame All-Star Game following his senior year of 2012. PERSONAL: Craig Steven Settles, Jr., was born January 23, 1994, in Woodland Hills, California... Son of Craig Settles, Sr., and Alexis Settles... Has one sister, Kianna... Father, Craig Settles, Sr., was an All-American wrestler at San Francisco State... Majoring in social sciences. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2015 2/0 4-0-4 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 0/0 TOTAL 2/0 4-0-4 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 3, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16); Solos: 3, vs. Arkansas (1/2/16); TFL: 1.0, at Kansas (11/28/15); Sacks: 1.0, at Kansas (11/28/15).

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DEFENSIVE BACK 5-9 • 175 • So.-1L Tucker, Ga. Tucker A dynamic, young defensive back who was expected to redshirt the 2015 season until pressed into starting duties... Will look to retain his starting spot as a sophomore in 2016. 2015: Played in each of the final eight regular-season games, starting each contest... Became the first K-State true freshman to start at cornerback since 2006... Totaled 28 tackles – all solo stops – with 1.0 tackle for loss, seven pass breakups and a forced fumble... His seven breakups were the most by a Wildcat freshman since Jerametrius Butler in 1998... Had four passes defended against West Virginia, the most nationally by a freshman during the 2015 season and the most by a Wildcat freshman since at least 1990... Set a career high with seven tackles at Texas Tech, while he had six tackles and his first two pass breakups against Oklahoma.

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FF/FR 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Tucker under head coach Bryan Lamar... Helped lead the Tigers to a 10-3 record and an appearance in the state playoffs... Viewed as the 22nd-best cornerback nationally by Rivals.com and ranked 33rd by ESPN... Also named one of the top 250 recruits in the class of 2015 by Rivals... An honorable mention all-state selection by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2014... Named to the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) All-Region 2-AAAAAA... Recorded two interceptions and scored three touchdowns on special teams returns as a senior... Also had six interceptions as a junior... Invited to play in the Florida vs. Georgia High School All-Star Game... Prepped with fellow Wildcat defenders Justin Hughes and Elijah Sullivan. PERSONAL: YaQuis Bertron Shelley was born October 8, 1996, in DeKalb, Georgia... Son of YaQuis and Cameika Shelley... Has four siblings, Jeremiah, Blessings, Justin and Jessica... Majoring in psychology. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2015 8/8 28-0-28 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 7 0/1 TOTAL 8/8 28-0-28 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 7 0/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 7, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); Solos: 7, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); TFL: 1.0, at Texas (10/24/15); PD: 4, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15).

J 32 Justin SILMON RUNNING BACK 5-10 • 198 • So.-1L Tulsa, Okla. Union A former walk-on running back who earned a scholarship after the 2015 season... Saw significant action at running back and will compete again for starting duties as a sophomore. 2015: Played in all 13 games, finishing third on the team with 355 yards on 78 carries with two touchdowns... His 355 rushing yards were the second most in school history among freshmen and featured a 119-yard game against Louisiana Tech, the fourth most in a game in school history by a freshman... His effort against the Bulldogs was the first 100-yard game by a K-State running back since the 2013 regular-season finale... Had 50-yard games against South Dakota (51) and at Oklahoma State (50)... Collected rushing touchdowns at UTSA and Oklahoma State. SILMON’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long SOUTH DAKOTA 6 51 0 18 at UTSA 6 40 1 14 LOUISIANA TECH 24 119 0 25 at Oklahoma State 15 50 1 8 TCU 6 22 0 10 OKLAHOMA 3 3 0 4 at Texas 2 -2 0 3 BAYLOR 2 28 0 19 at Texas Tech 1 14 0 14 IOWA STATE 3 5 0 3 at Kansas 6 18 0 17 WEST VIRGINIA 3 5 0 3 vs. Arkansas 1 2 0 2


2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Union under head coach Kirk Friedrich... Helped Redskins obtain a 12-2 record and a state runner-up finish in 2013 as he earned all-district honors... Had a great junior year when he rushed 156 times for 1,149 yards and 15 touchdowns... Also hauled in 13 receptions for 229 yards and another two scores. PERSONAL: Justin Ja’Rel Silmon was born August 4, 1995, in Tulsa, Oklahoma... Son of Calvin Keith Silmon and Carol Jones... Has two full brothers, Chase and Calvin, and four half siblings, Brandon Keith, Retzel and Latoya... Majoring in journalism and mass communications. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 13/0 78 355 4.6 2 25 TOTAL 13/0 78 355 4.6 2 25 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 24, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Yards: 119, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); TD: 1, twice; Long Rush: 25, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15).

am 41 SSam SIZELOVE LINEBACKER 6-3 • 223 • So.-1L Argyle, Texas Argyle

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A hard-working player who saw action on both special teams and as a reserve linebacker during his redshirt freshman campaign... Will compete for more playing time at linebacker in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games, totaling 15 tackles, a half tackle for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery... Recorded a season-high eight tackles against Oklahoma... Forced a fumble on kickoff coverage against Louisiana Tech... Blocked a punt at Kansas, which was recovered by the Wildcats in the end zone for a touchdown... Also recovered a fumble against the Jayhawks. SIZELOVE’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD at UTSA 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 1-2-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 6-2-8 0.5-0 0.5-0 0 0 at Kansas 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

FF/FR 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1

2014: Redshirted... Earned team’s Overachiever Award as top freshman in strength and conditioning. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Argyle under head coach Todd Rodgers... Named the District 10-3A Defensive MVP, while he was a two-time honorable mention all-state pick by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors... Viewed as the 25th-best inside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com and ranked No. 29 Rivals.com... Also ranked 88th on Rivals’ Texas Top-100 list... Helped the Eagles win the 2013 Texas 3A State Championship.

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2015 13/0 11-4-15 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 1/1 TOTAL 13/0 11-4-15 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 1/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 8, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Solos: 6, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); TFL: 0.5, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15).

onnie 10 DDonnie STARKS DEFENSIVE BACK

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2013 1/0 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2014 4/0 5-0-5 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 13/13 44-11-55 2.0-7 1.0-3 0 4 0/0 TOTAL 18/13 49-11-60 3.0-10 1.0-3 0 4 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 11, at Oklahoma State (10/3/15); Solos: 6, at Oklahoma State (10/3/15); TFL: 1.0, three times; Sacks: 1.0, vs. Baylor (11/5/15); PD: 2, vs. Baylor (11/5/15).

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Elijah Elijah

SULLIVAN LINEBACKER

Crosby, Texas Crosby

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6-0 • 220 • Fr.-RS

A speedy defensive back who moved into the starting nickelback position in 2015... Will look to retain his starting spot as a senior while providing leadership in the defensive backfield. 2015: Started all 13 games – the first 12 at nickelback and the final one at cornerback – as he carded 55 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack and four pass breakups... His tackle total ranked third on the team... Tallied a career-high 11 tackles at Oklahoma State, while he had seven at UTSA and five against TCU... Had his first-career sack and a career-high two pass breakups against Baylor. STARKS’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 4-3-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 3-1-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 6-5-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 5-0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 OKLAHOMA 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 4-0-4 1.0-3 1.0-3 0 2 at Texas Tech 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 2-0-2 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 4-0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 vs. Arkansas 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1

FF/FR 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

2014: Saw time in four games and came away with five tackles, including one for a loss... Recorded three tackles against UTEP, while his TFL was against Oklahoma State. STARKS’ 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD UTEP 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA ST. 1-0-1 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 KANSAS 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

FF/FR 0/0 0/0 0/0

2013: Played against Louisiana but did not record any statistics. 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Crosby High under head coach Kevin Flanigan... Named the District 19-4A Newcomer of the Year during his sophomore season... An all-district cornerback during his senior year... Accumulated 189 solo tackles, 44 assisted tackles and six interceptions with a touchdown... Also ran track for two years. PERSONAL: Donovan Starks was born June 20, 1994... Son of Henry and Ann Starks... Majoring in kinesiology.

Tucker, Ga. Tucker An athletic and physical player who redshirted the 2015 season... Will be in the mix for playing time immediately at linebacker in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Tucker under head coach Bryan Lamar... Helped lead the Tigers to a 10-3 record and an appearance in the state playoffs... Viewed as the 26th-best outside linebacker nationally by Scout.com and ranked 28th by Rivals.com... Also regarded as the eighth-best outside linebacker in the southern region by Scout.com... An honorable mention all-state selection and AllDeKalb County pick by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2014... Named to the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) All-Region 2-AAAAAA... Prepped with fellow Wildcat defenders Justin Hughes and Duke Shelley. PERSONAL: Elijah Sullivan was born May 13, 1997... Majoring in business.

orey y 12 CCorey SUTTON WIDE RECEIVER 6-2 • 200 • Fr.-HS Charlotte, N.C. Mallard Creek A tall and athletic receiver who graduated high school early and enrolled at K-State in January... Will compete for playing time as a true freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Played his senior season at Mallard Creek under head coach Michael Palmieri... Rated the 32nd-best player in the state of North Carolina by ESPN, while he was No. 38 by Rivals. com... Helped the Mavericks earn a 14-1 record, including a 49-6 win in the Class 4AA state championship game... Previously played at Hough High under Miles Aldridge, catching 41 passes for 584 yards and five touchdowns... Helped the Huskies earn a 10-4 record with a state semifinal finish in North Carolina’s Class 4AA. PERSONAL: Corey Xavier Sutton was born October 30, 1997, in Beaumont, Texas... Son of Clarence and Shannon Sutton... Has three siblings.

PERSONAL: Samuel Creson Sizelove was born June 18, 1995, in Denton, Texas... Son of Mike and Denise Sizelove... Has four siblings... Older brother, Jake, was a four-year linebacker at Tulsa... Majoring in industrial engineering.

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Holton, Kan. Holton

Independence, Mo. Fort Osage

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A former walk-on linebacker who has been a major factor on multiple special teams units over the last two seasons... Will continue to provide special teams support while competing for playing time at linebacker. 2015: Saw time in eight contests, totaling seven special teams tackles... Had five stops on kickoff coverage and two on punts... Tied his career high with two tackles against both West Virginia and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas... Also had tackles against South Dakota, UTSA and Iowa State. TANKING’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent KO TKLS PUNT TKLS ST TKLS at UTSA 1 0 1 IOWA STATE 1 0 1 WEST VIRGINIA 1 1 2 vs. Arkansas 1 1 2 2014: Played in all 13 games, recording nine tackles... Ranked fifth on the team with seven special teams tackles, all coming on kickoff coverage... Carded a career-high two tackles – both coming behind the line of scrimmage – against Oklahoma State. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Holton High under head coach Brooks Barta, a former Kansas State linebacker... Named the Kansas 4A Defensive Player of the Year and to the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle Top-11 teams... Led the Wildcats to a 2012 Kansas 4A State Championship... A First Team All-Kansas 4A performer at linebacker as a senior by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Chosen to play in the 2013 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Named an all-league performer at linebacker as a sophomore, junior and senior... An honorable-mention All-Kansas 4A pick at linebacker in 2010 and 2011... A three-time all-county selection at linebacker... Helped Holton earn three-consecutive league titles... Also a threeyear letterman for the Wildcat basketball team... An all-league and all-county pick at guard as a junior... Earned a 4.0 GPA as he graduated Summa Cum Laude and was also a FBLA Regional Champion.

One of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the Class of 2016 who graduated early and enrolled at K-State in January... Will compete for playing time as a true freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at Fort Osage under head coach Ryan Schartz... Regarded as one of the top 250 players in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, while the website also rated him the seventh best dual-threat quarterback in the nation and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Missouri... Also ranked as the 32nd best dual-threat quarterback by ESPN and the 65th-best quarterback overall by Scout.com... Named the 2015 Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year and Simone Award winner as the most outstanding football player in the Kansas City metro area... Was a finalist for the award in 2014, while he is a two-time member of the All-Simone team... Also a two-time first team all-state selection by the Missouri Football Coaches Association... Selected to the USA Today Sports/American Family Insurance All-USA Missouri Team as a senior, while the organization selected him as the offensive player of the year... Led the Indians to a 13-1 record and the Missouri Class 5 state championship in 2015 as he threw for 2,112 yards and 25 touchdowns with just three interceptions on 138-of-204 passing (67.7 percent)... Also rushed for 1,092 yards and 19 touchdowns on 188 carries... Set a state championship game record in the Indians’ 63-28 win over Chaminade as he accounted for 455 yards of total offense, completing 13-of-15 passes for 253 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for 202 yards and three scores... Threw for 2,385 yards and 24 touchdowns to just six interceptions as a junior in 2014 while rushing for 461 yards and nine touchdowns... Also played basketball, earning second team all-state honors as a sophomore.

Baldwin City, Kan. Baldwin

CAREER HONORS • 2015 First Team Academic All-Big 12 A physical player who saw significant time at tight end as a redshirt freshman... Will continue to compete for the starting nod at tight end in 2016. 2015: Played 11 games with starts against Texas, Texas Tech and Iowa State... Recorded a pair of tackles on punt coverage. 2014: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Baldwin High under head coach Mike Berg... Helped the Bulldogs earn a 7-4 record during his senior season of 2012 and advance to the second round of the state playoffs... Named a first team all-state defensive end by the Topeka Capital-Journal... Picked up honorable mention all-state accolades from Wichita Eagle... Selected to play in the 2013 Kansas Shrine Bowl... A star in track and field as he won the Kansas 4A State Championship in discus and shot put as a junior. PERSONAL: Dayton Lee Valentine was born in March 25, 1995, in Lawrence, Kansas... Son of the late Jeff Valentine and Marilee Valentine... Has one sister, Corey... Majoring in kinesiology.

Regg g ie 51 RReggie WALKER DEFENSIVE END 6-2 • 235 • Fr.-RS

PERSONAL: Skylar John Thompson was born June 4, 1997, in Palmyra, Missouri... Son of Brad, the late Tereasa Thompson and stepmother Kathy Thompson... Has two brothers, Anthony and Eric, and one sister, Ashley... Plans on majoring in business.

PERSONAL: Trenton Andrew Tanking was born November 19, 1994, in Topeka, Kansas... Son of Andrew and Karla Tanking... Has three siblings, Trey, Shay and Saydee... Majoring in industrial engineering. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 13/0 7-2-9 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 8/0 5-2-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 TOTAL 21/0 12-4-16 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 2, three times; Solos: 2, twice; TFL: 2.0, vs. Oklahoma State (11/1/14).

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Ponchatoula, La. Ponchatoula An athletic defensive end who pushed for playing time as a true freshman before redshirting the 2015 season... Will battle for time in the playing rotation in 2016. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Ponchatoula under head coach Hank Tierney... Helped the Green Wave earn an 11-2 record and a trip to the Louisiana Class 5A State playoffs... Rated the 35th-best outside linebacker nationally by Rivals.com and ranks 53rd by ESPN... Recorded 57 tackles, including 10 sacks, as a senior in 2014... An all-state player who was a two-time all-district performer and district MVP as a senior... Also competed in basketball and baseball. PERSONAL: Reginald Ngozi Walker was born April 22, 1996, in Hammond, Louisiana... Son of Terry Walker and the late Robert Walker, Sr... Has two siblings, including a brother, Robert, who played football at Mississippi State... Plans on majoring in kinesiology.


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WARMACK

PUNTER

RUNNING BACK

5-11 • 202 • Jr.-2L

5-8 • 187 • So.-1L

Lyndon, Kan. Lyndon

Blue Springs, Mo. Blue Springs

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) • 2015 Ray Guy Award Candidate • 2014 Second Team Academic All-Big 12

CAREER HONORS • 2015 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A shifty and elusive running back who showed flashes throughout the 2015 season... Will battle for starting duties at running back as a sophomore.

A former walk-on who has been the primary punter over the last two seasons... Will look to retain his duties as a junior... Enters the 2016 season with a career punting average of 41.48 yards, which currently ranks sixth in school history. 2015: Served as the primary punter throughout the entire season, averaging 41.6 yards per punt with 10 traveling 50 or more yards and 15 landing inside the 20-yard line on his way to Honorable Mention All-Big 12 accolades... Finished third in the Big 12 in average, which was given a boost over the final three games when he averaged 42.6 yards on 17 punts... Recorded a career long 63yard punt against TCU, longest by a Wildcat in two years... Punted 11 times against West Virginia, one shy of the single-game school record... Had a season-high four punts land inside the 20-yard line at Texas Tech, while he had three apiece against TCU and Oklahoma... Had a season-best 47.5-yard average on six attempts against Oklahoma State... Also made touchdown-saving tackles against Louisiana Tech and Iowa State... A preseason candidate for the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter. WALSH’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Punts Yards Avg. Lg 50+ i20 SOUTH DAKOTA 4 179 44.8 53 1 1 at UTSA 4 147 36.8 40 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 4 151 37.8 55 1 0 at Oklahoma State 6 285 47.5 53 1 0 TCU 5 218 43.6 63 1 3 OKLAHOMA 7 276 39.4 52 1 3 at Texas 7 283 40.4 58 1 1 BAYLOR 3 107 35.7 45 0 0 at Texas Tech 7 302 43.1 51 1 4 IOWA STATE 3 116 38.7 46 0 0 at Kansas 2 85 42.5 43 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 11 466 42.4 62 2 2 vs. Arkansas 4 173 43.2 52 1 1 2014: Saw time in 12 games, becoming the primary punter during the second game of the year... Averaged 41.3 yards on 44 punts with nine traveling 50 yards or longer and 15 landing inside the 20-yard line... Recorded a career-best 49.2-yard average on four punts against UCLA in the Alamo Bowl, including two that traveled at least 50 yards... Also had two 50-yard punts at Iowa State... Had five punts land inside the 20-yard line at TCU... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades. WALSH’S 2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Punts Yards Avg. Lg 50+ i20 at Iowa State 4 186 46.5 52 2 0 AUBURN 3 136 45.3 56 1 2 UTEP 2 89 44.5 48 0 0 TEXAS TECH 2 70 35.0 43 0 1 at Oklahoma 5 194 38.8 51 1 2 TEXAS 4 164 41.0 52 1 1 OKLAHOMA STATE 3 110 36.7 40 0 1 at TCU 9 341 37.9 55 1 5 at West Virginia 4 167 41.8 45 0 1 KANSAS 1 32 32.0 32 0 0 at Baylor 3 130 43.3 59 1 1 vs. UCLA 4 197 49.2 54 2 1

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2015: Saw action in nine games, rushing for 64 yards on 12 carries, including a career-high 40 yards at UTSA that featured a career-long run of 22 yards... Also rushed for 16 yards on four attempts at Kansas and eight yards on two carries against Arkansas in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl... Caught two passes for 27 yards against the Razorbacks... Served some time on special teams, returning two kickoffs for a 17.0-yard average... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 accolades.

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WARMACK’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING STATS Opponent Rush Yards TD Long at UTSA 5 40 0 22 at Kansas 4 16 0 8 WEST VIRGINIA 1 0 0 0 vs. Arkansas 2 8 0 8 WARMACK’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD Long vs. Arkansas 2 27 0 16

2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered at Lyndon High under head coach Rod Stallbaumer... Led team to a league championship and a state playoff appearance... Picked up all-state honors from the Wichita Eagle and the Kansas Football Coaches Association (KFBCA) as a punter after averaging 42.6 yards in 2010 and 38.1 yards in 2011... Named an all-state running back by the Topeka Capital-Journal and KFBCA after rushing for 1,330 yards and 21 touchdowns... Participated in the 2012 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Also lettered in basketball, baseball and golf, earning first team allstate honors in basketball and baseball while placing in the top 20 at the state golf tournament as both a freshman and sophomore. PERSONAL: Nickolas Kaden Walsh was born April 29, 1994, in Emporia, Kansas... Son of Patrick and Janet Walsh... Has three siblings, Alex, Joe and Sydney... Majoring in finance. CAREER STATS - PUNTING Year G No. Yds Long Avg. In 20 2014 12 44 1,816 41.3 59 15 2015 13 67 2,788 41.6 63 15 TOTAL 25 111 4,604 41.5 63 30 CAREER-HIGHS - Punts: 11, vs. West Virginia (12/5/15); Average: 49.2, vs. UCLA (1/2/15); Long: 63, vs. TCU (10/10/15); 50Plus: 2, three times; Inside 20: 5, at TCU (11/8/14).

2014: Redshirted... Earned Kansas State’s Red Raider Award as the top contributor on the scout squad. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Blue Springs under head coach Kelly Donohoe... A two-time Simone Award winner as the top prep football player in the Kansas City metro area... Is the only two-time recipient of the award in its 32-year history, while he became only the second junior to win the award following the 2012 season... Earned Missouri Class 6 Offensive Player of the Year honors by the Missouri Football Coaches Association (MFCA) in 2013 and was the Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year as both a junior and senior... Named a first team all-state player by the MFCA and the Missouri media in both 2012 and 2013... Also selected to the USA Today/American Family Insurance All-USA Missouri Team as both a junior and a senior... A two-time Kansas City Star All-Metro team honoree... Rated the 11th-best all-purpose back nationally and the ninth-best player in the state by Rivals.com... Rushed for 2,223 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior, while he also hauled in three touchdown receptions to help lead Blue Springs to the Missouri Class 6 State Championship for the second straight season... Totaled 2,300 yards and 45 total touchdowns, including 40 rushing scores, as a junior... Selected to play in the Blue-Grey North South All-American Bowl... Teammate of current K-State linebacker Elijah Lee. PERSONAL: Dalvin Dashawn Warmack was born November 14, 1995, in Topeka, Kansas... Son of Tim Warmack and Amy HalesWarmack... A business major. CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G/S Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2015 9/0 12 64 5.3 0 22 TOTAL 9/0 12 64 5.3 0 22 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 5, at UTSA (9/12/15); Yards: 40, at UTSA (9/12/15); Long Rush: 22, at UTSA (9/12/15).

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Keller, Texas Fossil Ridge

Kansas City, Mo. Rockhurst

An athletic player who has seen limited action as a reserve wide receiver throughout his career... Will compete for more playing time as a senior. 2015: Played in six games, catching three passes for 42 yards... Set career highs for receptions (2), yards (36) and long catch (27) at Texas Tech... Also caught a six-yard pass at Oklahoma State. WEST’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Rec Yards TD at Oklahoma State 1 6 0 at Texas Tech 2 36 0

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2014: Played in four games, including the Stephen F. Austin contest when he hauled in a 15-yard touchdown pass. 2013: Did not see any game action. 2012: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Fossil Ridge under head coach Tony Baccarini... Caught 52 passes for 1,003 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, while he had 52 catches for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior... A First Team All-District 7-5A selection in 2010... A First Team All-District 5-5A pick by TexasHSFootball. com. PERSONAL: Steven West was born November 13, 1992... Son of Steven and Carolyn West... A marketing major. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2014 4/0 1 15 15.0 1 15 2015 6/0 3 42 14.0 0 27 TOTAL 10/0 4 57 14.2 1 27 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 2, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); Yards: 36, at Texas Tech (11/14/15); TD: 1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (8/30/14); Long Catch: 27, at Texas Tech (11/14/15).

2015: Started all 13 games, recording 36 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, three pass breakups, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery... Also blocked a field goal at Oklahoma State... Ranked 13th nationally and tied for first in the Big 12 in forced fumbles, while he was 24th in the NCAA and second in the league in sacks... Also ranked fourth in the Big 12 in TFLs thanks to at least a half TFL in nine of the 13 games... Carded a season-high six tackles against Louisiana Tech, which featured 3.5 sacks... His sack total against the Bulldogs was the second-highest for a single game in school history, the highest by a Wildcat in Bill Snyder Family Stadium history and tied for the 10th highest nationally during the 2015 season… Also had 2.0 sacks against Iowa State, Kansas and in the 2016 AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Arkansas, the later tying him for third in K-State history for a bowl game… Forced two fumbles against Iowa State, which was tied for the highest mark in the nation during the season. WILLIS’ 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at UTSA 2-1-3 2.0-5 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 5-1-6 3.5-23 3.5-23 0 0 at Oklahoma St. 2-1-3 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 1 TCU 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 1-1-2 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 2-0-2 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas Tech 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 IOWA STATE 3-1-4 2.5-5 2.0-5 0 1 at Kansas 4-0-4 2.0-11 2.0-11 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 0-1-1 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 1 vs. Arkansas 5-0-5 2.0-9 2.0-9 0 0

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A long defensive end who has started every game over the last two seasons, including a career-best season as a junior... Tied for third among active Big 12 players with 26 career starts... Will look to increase his production and add valuable leadership to the defensive line in 2016.

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2014: Started all 13 games, coming away with 25 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, four sacks and one pass breakup... Carded a career-best two sacks against Oklahoma State and came back with two more TFLs with a career-high seven tackles at TCU... Carded five tackles at Oklahoma... Recorded one sack against both Stephen F. Austin and West Virginia.

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2013: Played in nine games, including the Iowa State contest when he made a sack. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner for Rockhurst under head coach Tony Severino, who lettered at K-State in 1968 and 1969... A 2012 Kansas City Star First Team All-Metro performer... Recorded 58 tackles and nine sacks during his senior season... Named to the MaxPreps 2012 Preseason All-Missouri team prior to his senior year... Amassed 60 total tackles and 13 sacks during his junior campaign... Helped the Hawklets finish with a 13-0 record and win a Missouri Class 6 State Championship as a sophomore in 2010. PERSONAL: Jordan Johnathan Willis was born May 2, 1995, in San Diego, California... Son of Calvin and Demetrica Willis... Has four siblings... Majoring in sociology/criminology with the hopes of attending law school. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2013 9/0 1-0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 0 0 0/0 2014 13/13 11-14-25 6.5-37 4.0-31 0 1 0/0 2015 13/13 29-7-36 15.5-63 9.5-48 0 3 4/1 TOTAL 35/26 41-21-62 23.0-101 14.5-80 0 4 4/1 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 7, at TCU (11/8/14); Solos: 5, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); TFL: 3.5, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15); Sacks: 3.5, vs. Louisiana Tech (9/19/15).


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CAREER HONORS • 2014-15 First Team Academic All-Big 12

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A talented defensive end who saw increased action on defense as a sophomore in addition to resuming his special teams responsibilities... Will look to increase his production in 2016. 2015: Played in all 13 games as a reserve defensive end and on special teams... Recorded 34 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks and a pass breakup... Set a career high with six tackles against Oklahoma and backed that up with five stops at Texas… Also had five tackles at Texas Tech... Set a career high with 1.5 TFLs against Oklahoma... Recorded his first-career sack in the season opener against South Dakota... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors. WOOD’S 2015 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent U-A-T TFL SACK INT PD SOUTH DAKOTA 2-1-3 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 0 at UTSA 0-1-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 LOUISIANA TECH 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 TCU 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 OKLAHOMA 5-1-6 1.5-3 0.0-0 0 0 at Texas 4-1-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 BAYLOR 0-1-1 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 1 at Texas Tech 3-2-5 0.5-4 0.5-4 0 0 IOWA STATE 2-0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 at Kansas 3-1-4 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 2-1-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0

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CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G/S UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD F/R 2014 13/0 1-1-2 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0/0 2015 13/0 25-9-34 4.0-17 2.0-13 0 1 0/0 TOTAL 26/0 26-10-36 4.5-18 2.0-13 0 1 0/0 CAREER HIGHS - Tackles: 6, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Solos: 5, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); TFL: 1.5, vs. Oklahoma (10/17/15); Sacks: 1.0, vs. South Dakota (9/5/15).

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6-0 • 180 • Fr.-RS Stone Mountain, Ga. Stephenson An athletic wide receiver with a bright future... Will battle for playing time as a redshirt freshman after developing throughout the 2015 season. 2015: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Stephenson High under head coach Ron Gartrell... Helped lead the Jaguars to an 8-4 record and an appearance in the state playoffs... Earned all-region and all-county accolades for his work on special teams while he was named to the sub-region team as a wide receiver... Totaled 879 receiving yards and nine touchdowns during his prep career in addition to 470 yards and six touchdowns as a punt returner and 1,110 yards and nine touchdowns as a kickoff returner. PERSONAL: Willie Isaiah Zuber was born April 15, 1997... Son of Willie Zuber and Monica Gray-Mays... Has three step brothers, Chris, Tim and Darius, and two sisters, Lia and Asia... Cousin, T.J. Stripling, was a linebacker at Georgia from 2011-13... Plans on majoring in kinesiology.

2014: Played in all 13 games, mainly on special teams... Carded one tackle against Stephen F. Austin and UTEP, while he had a half tackle for loss against SFA. 2013: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Conway Springs under head coach Matt Beihler... Named the Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year following his senior year... An honorable mention All-American by Parade... Helped lead the Cardinals to a combined 45-5 record during his prep career... Rated the second-best player in the state of Kansas by Rivals.com... Set a Kansas high school state record and the third best single-game rushing yardage total in national high school history with a 659-yard, nine-touchdown effort in Conway Springs’ 84-56 win over Chaparral... Recorded 2,709 rushing yards, 43 total touchdowns and 110 tackles during his senior season... Named to the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle 2012 Top-11 team... A First Team All-Kansas 3A performer at running back by the Wichita Eagle and at linebacker by the Topeka Capital-Journal as a senior... Chosen to play in the 2013 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Named a First Team All-Central Plains League performer as a running back and linebacker in 2012... An all-state pick at linebacker as a junior... Led Conway Springs to a 13-1 record and a Kansas 3A State Championship in 2011... Tallied 88 tackles and three interceptions during his junior campaign... Prepped with current Wildcat defensive lineman Matt Seiwert... Also a standout in basketball and track and field. PERSONAL: Tanner Joe Wood was born November 11, 1994, in Wichita, Kansas... Son of Tim and Michele Wood... Has one brother, Travis... An animal sciences and industry major.

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Fort Worth, Texas All Saints Episcopal

Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Southwest

AT ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Saints under head coach Aaron Beck... Rated as one of the top 100 athletes in the Class of 2016 by ESPN... Earned First Team Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) All-State honors as both a junior and senior... Helped All Saints earn a 10-1 record as a senior by leading the team with 68 receptions for 1,153 yards and 17 touchdowns... Also rushed 16 times for 105 yards and another score... Tallied 38 catches for 920 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, while also rushing for 133 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries... Also participated in track and field where he was a first team all-state honoree... Attended the same high school as current Wildcat defensive back Kendall Adams. PERSONAL: Isaiah Harris was born May 14, 1997, in Fort Worth, Texas... Son of Derwin and Nancy Harris... Has five siblings... Plans on majoring in business.

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AT LINCOLN SOUTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner for the Silver Hawks under head coach Mark King... Rated the fourth-best player in the state of Nebraska by Rivals.com and ESPN, while the latter ranked him No. 26 nationally among all tight ends in the Class of 2016... Earned First Team Super State and First Team Class A All-State honors from the Lincoln Journal-Star, while he was named to the Omaha World Herald’s Super Six team, recognizing him as one of the top six prep players in Nebraska, prior to the 2015 season... Caught 18 passes for 357 yards and three touchdowns as a senior while recording 40 tackles, including 13 for loss... Also caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown in addition to recording 71 tackles, 14.5 TFLs and eight sacks as a junior... Selected to the USA Today Sports/American Family Insurance All-USA Nebraska Team as a senior... A twoyear Lincoln-Journal Star All-City team member... Also a two-year academic all-state and three-year academic all-conference selection... A two-year letterwinner in track and field in addition to earning one letter in basketball. PERSONAL: Nicholas Renken Lenners was born June 30, 1997, in Lincoln, Nebraska...Son of Casey and Michelle Lenners... Has one brother, Brett... Plans on majoring in engineering.

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Edwardsville, Ill. Western Illinois AT WESTERN ILLINOIS: Played in six of the final seven games of the season as a true freshman, including a start at eventual national champion North Dakota State... Helped the Leathernecks earn wins at No. 10 Youngstown State, at South Dakota and vs. No. 18 Indiana State. AT EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Tigers under head coach Matt Martin... Earned First Team All-Southwestern Conference honors following his senior year, while he was a second-team honoree as a junior... Picked up First Team All-St. Louis Metro Area accolades and was an Academic All-State performer... Also lettered in basketball and track and field. PERSONAL: Nicholas Kaltmayer was born June 13, 1997, in Maryville, Illinois... Son of David and Pamela Kaltmayer.

DEFENSIVE END 6-4 • 220 • Fr.-HS Lufkin, Texas Lufkin AT LUFKIN HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner for the Panthers under head coach Todd Quick... Regarded as the 62nd-best outside linebacker in the Class of 2016 by ESPN, while Scout. com rated him the No. 16 defensive end in the state of Texas... Earned First Team All-District 16-5A honors as a defensive end in 2015, while he was an Honorable Mention Texas Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) Class 5A All-State pick... Named to the East Texas Sports Network (ETSN) East Texas Football Super Team... Recorded 173 tackles and 26 sacks during his three-year career, including an 80-tackle, 10-sack campaign as a senior... Helped Lufkin earn a 7-4 record and a trip to the state playoffs in 2015. PERSONAL: Bronson Massie was born November 4, 1997, in Lufkin, Texas... Son of Ron Massie and Barbara Jones... Plans on majoring in communications.

Washington, D.C. Fullerton College AT FULLERTON COLLEGE: Started every game for the Hornets over the last two seasons under head coach Tim Byrnes... Regarded as one of the top 100 community-college players in the Class of 2016 by both Rivals.com and Scout.com, while ESPN rated him the 16th-best community-college offensive tackle in the nation... Earned First Team All-America honors by the California Community College Football Coaches Association (CCCFA)... A unanimous First team All-Southern California Football Association (SCFA) Southern All-Conference selection... Did not allow a sack during his sophomore campaign of 2015. AT SUITLAND HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter for the Rams under head coach Ed Shields... Earned first team all-county honors, while he was invited to play in the Big 33 All-Star Game in addition to the Prince George’s County vs. Southern Maryland Athletic Conference (SMAC) Challenge... Helped Suitland earn a 29-4 record over his three years in which he did not allow a sack. PERSONAL: Breontae Matthews was born April 3, 1995, in Washington, D.C... Son of Marquis Blair and Topaz Matthews... Has four siblings, Markinda, Ahniya, Unique and Martz... First Washington, D.C. native to play for the Wildcats since Kevin Huntley in 2003 and 2004.

ke 23 MMike McCOY RUNNING BACK 6-2 • 218 • Fr.-HS Topeka, Kan. Topeka AT TOPEKA HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Trojans under head coach Walt Alexander... Rated the fifth-best player in the state of Kansas in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, while he checks in at No. 6 according to ESPN... Also viewed as the 27th-best running back nationally by Rivals.com and the best in the state of Kansas by Scout.com... Named to the USA Today Sports/American Family Insurance All-USA Kansas team as a senior... A first team allstate selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal following his senior campaign in addition to earning honorable mention honors from the Wichita Eagle... Also earned honorable mention accolades from both publications as a junior... Rushed for nearly 1,500 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior en route to All-City Offensive Player of the Year honors... Helped lead Topeka High to an 8-2 record in 2015 and a 7-3 mark in 2014, culminating with trips to the state playoffs both seasons. PERSONAL: Mike Jerome McCoy was born June 4, 1998, in Muskogee, Oklahoma... Son of Michael Coleman and Shante McCoy... Has two siblings, Memphis and Phynix... Cousin of Stacy McGee, who played defensive line at Oklahoma and just finished his third NFL season with the Oakland Raiders... Plans on majoring in business.

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Oologah, Okla. Oologah AT OOLOGAH HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner for the Mustangs under head coach Brandon Craig... Rated the 16th-best inside linebacker in the Class of 2016 by ESPN... Also viewed as the No. 5 prospect in the state of Oklahoma by ESPN and No. 11 by Rivals.com... Recorded 504 tackles and 12 sacks over his four-year career, including 181 tackles, five sacks and four interceptions during his senior campaign... Also rushed 175 times for 1,169 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior... Named a First Team All-State performer by the Tulsa World, while the organization named him the second-best linebacker in the metro area... Also earned all-state honors from the Oklahoma Coaches Association (OCA), The Oklahoman and OKPreps.com... Selected to play in the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State football game in July... Was a second team all-state pick as a junior... Helped Oologah earn an 11-3 record in 2015, which culminated in a one-point loss in the Oklahoma Class 4A state championship, a contest in which he recorded a game-high 15 tackles... Also participated in track as he was a state qualifier in the 4x100. PERSONAL: James-Michael Ray McKinney was born August 17, 1997, in Oologah, Oklahoma... Son of John McKinney and Allison Fulton... Has one sister, Alexis Martin... Plans on majoring in business.

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12 PARKER DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11 • 163 • Fr.-HS Bartlesville, Okla. Bartlesville AT BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter for the Bruins under head coach John McKee... Named to the USA Today Sports/American Family Insurance All-USA Oklahoma team as a defensive back following his senior campaign in addition to earning all-state honors from The Oklahoman, Tulsa World and Oklahoma Coaches Association (OCA)... Also picked honorable mention allstate accolades as a junior in 2014... Helped lead Bartlesville to a 10-2 record and a trip to the semifinals of the Oklahoma Class 6A-II state playoffs in 2015... Played wide receiver on offense as he hauled in 65 passes for 1,253 yards and 17 touchdowns over his junior and senior seasons... Selected to play in the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State football game in July... Also a threeyear starter in basketball, earning all-area honors, and participated in track and field, placing third in the state meet in the high jump as a sophomore and junior. PERSONAL: Arlando Dwayne Parker, Jr., was born February 15, 1998, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma... Son of Arlando and Teresa Parker... Has one sister, Trinity.

Long Beach, Calif. Cerritos College

Kennesaw, Ga. North Cobb

AT CERRITOS COLLEGE: Played two seasons for the Falcons under head coach Frank Mazzotta... Recorded 65 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks in his two-year career, spanning 20 games... Had an outstanding sophomore year as he was named the National Division Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Year and earned First Team All-California Region III honors after carding 49 tackles, 15.5 TFLs and 10.5 sacks... Had at least a half sack in a five-game stretch, culminating with a 3.5-sack performance against El Camino... Ended his season strong by recording at least six tackles in three of his last four games, including seven-tackle games against Moorpark and Long Beach City... Also forced three fumbles in 2015, including two against Moorpark... Helped lead the Falcons to a National Division Northern Conference championship and berth into the Southern California Regional Playoffs... Had a season-high three tackles as a freshman in 2014 against Fullerton, College of the Canyons and Santa Barbara, as the Falcons won the Golden State Bowl... Redshirted the 2013 season... Attended the same school as former Wildcat DE Alauna Finau, who was a member of K-State’s 2012 Big 12 Championship team. AT LONG BEACH POLY HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Jackrabbits under head coach Raul Lara... Earned all-league honors as a junior as he helped Long Beach Poly earn a 10-2 record and a league championship... Played in the 605 All-Star Game following his senior year... Also participated in wrestling. PERSONAL: Raymon Price was born September 13, 1994, in Los Angeles, California... Son of Shune Price and Monica Schlicht... Has a twin sister, Raquel, and three other siblings, Sabre, Dominic and Brendon... Cousin, Ejuan Price, is a defensive lineman at Pittsburgh... Majoring in kinesiology.

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AT NORTH COBB HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Warriors under head coach Shane Queen... Recorded 52 receptions for 520 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior in 2015 en route to all-county honors and multiple offensive player of the week accolades... Helped lead team to consecutive state playoff appearances as a junior and senior... Also played basketball, leading team to the state playoffs, and competed in the long jump.

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PERSONAL: Darrel Joseph Render was born March 25, 1998, in Riverdale, Georgia... Son of Darrel and Jolene Render... Plans on majoring in journalism with the hopes of becoming a sports commentator.

J 50 Jordon ROBERTSON DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-3 • 245 • Fr.-HS Dallas, Texas Bishop Dunne AT BISHOP DUNNE HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Falcons under head coach Michael Johnson... Rated the 85th-best defensive tackle in the Class of 2016 by ESPN... Named a Second Team Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) AllState defensive lineman and first team all-district performer... Named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Super Team as a senior... Helped Bishop Dunne earn a 12-1 record both his junior and senior seasons, including the 2014 campaign when Bishop Dunne won the state championship. PERSONAL: Jordon Elijah Robertson was born August 4, 1998, in Houston, Texas... Son of Damion and Shondra Robertson... Plans on majoring in criminology with the plans of going into law enforcement.

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DEFENSIVE BACK 5-9 • 188 • So.-TR Bakersfield, Calif. Cerritos College AT CERRITOS COLLEGE: Played in 11 games in 2015 for the Falcons under head coach Frank Mazzotta... Totaled 42 tackles, three pass breakups and two interceptions on the year... Carded a season-high eight tackles at Orange Coast and backed that up with seven stops against Fullerton... Recorded first interception against El Camino, while he finished his year with a 74-yard interception return touchdown against Long Beach City... Helped lead Cerritos to a National Division Northern Conference championship and berth into the Southern California Regional Playoffs. AT FRESNO STATE: Redshirted the 2014 season at Fresno State under head coach Tim DeRuyter. AT INDEPENDENCE HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Falcons under head coach Sean McKeown... Earned all-league honors for twostraight years... Totaled six interceptions and five forced fumbles, while he amassed 1,150 total yards and 13 touchdowns on offense... Became first person in school history to earn team MVP honors in both football and basketball. PERSONAL: D.J. Reed was born in Bakersfield, California... Son of Linda Reed... Has two siblings, Florence and Tyson.

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2015 STATISTICS OVERALL: 6-7 (HOME: 4-3, ROAD: 2-3, NEUTRAL: 0-1) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 3-6 (HOME: 2-3, ROAD: 1-3, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

RESULTS 6-7 [3-6 BIG 12] DATE (CFP/AP/C) OPPONENT Sept. 5 South Dakota Sept. 12 at UTSA Sept. 19 Louisiana Tech Oct. 3 at 20/19 Oklahoma State* Oct. 10 2/2 TCU* Oct. 17 19/19 Oklahoma* Oct. 24 at Texas* Nov. 5 2/2/6 Baylor* Nov. 14 at Texas Tech* Nov. 21 Iowa State* Nov. 28 at Kansas* Dec. 5 nr/rv/rv West Virginia* Jan. 2 vs. nr/rv/nr Arkansas * Big 12 Conference Game

RUSHING RESULT W W W L L L L L L W W W L

SCORE TV 34-0 K-StateHD.TV 30-3 FS1 39-33 (3 OT) FSN 34-36 FS1 45-52 FOX 0-55 ABC 9-23 FS1 24-31 FS1 44-59 FS1 38-35 FS1 45-14 FS1 24-23 FS1 23-45 ESPN

ATTEND 53,297 29,424 53,540 57,618 53,671 52,867 88,283 52,108 53,833 53,297 23,842 52,918 61,136

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GP 13 13 13 13 13 9 13 2 13 1 7 13 13

ATT. 142 180 78 67 28 12 11 4 3 1 5 531 491

GAIN LOSS 719 23 807 194 371 16 248 90 90 4 64 0 49 4 18 0 17 0 5 0 0 7 2388 338 2534 367

NET 696 613 355 158 86 64 45 18 17 5 -7 2050 2167

AVG. 4.9 3.4 4.6 2.4 3.1 5.3 4.1 4.5 5.7 5.0 -1.4 3.9 4.4

EFFIC. 107.28 113.25 231.80 0.00 108.52 149.51

CMP-ATT-INT 131-275-10 30-66-3 1-2-0 0-1-0 162-345-13 290-451-5

PCT. 47.6 45.5 50.0 0.0 47.0 64.3

YARDS 1837 447 4 0 2288 3712

TD LONG 5 35 13 34 2 25 2 32 6 12 0 22 1 11 0 8 0 8 0 5 0 0 29 35 25 86

YPG 53.5 47.2 27.3 12.2 6.6 7.1 3.5 9.0 1.3 5.0 -1.0 157.7 166.7

TD 9 4 1 0 14 25

AVG/G 141.3 34.4 0.3 0.0 176.0 285.5

PASSING KANSAS STATE 389 29.9 58 240 116 99 25 2050 2388 338 531 3.9 157.7 29 2288 162-345-13 6.6 14.1 176.0 14 4338 876 5.0 333.7 50-1268 24-167 5-2 25.4 7.0 0.4 13-6 66-505 38.8 71-2966 41.8 37.5 75-4365 58.2 39.7 32:08 70/179 39% 8/15 53% 38-214 48 19-21 1-2 (52-55) 95% (35-55) 64% (44-44) 100% 371698 7/53100

SCORING Points Per Game Points Off Turnovers FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS Kansas State Opponents

PLAYER Jones, Charles Hubener, Joe Silmon, Justin Cook, Kody Dimel, Winston Warmack, Dalvin Gronkowski, Glenn Delton, Alex Heath, Dominique Ertz, Jesse TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

1ST 90 114

2ND 109 122

3RD 63 67

OPPONENTS 409 31.5 70 293 118 167 8 2167 2534 367 491 4.4 166.7 25 3712 290-451-5 8.2 12.8 285.5 25 5879 942 6.2 452.2 56-1011 19-127 13-162 18.1 6.7 12.5 23-11 76-696 53.5 62-2376 38.3 34.0 76-4327 56.9 32.4 27:52 82/188 44% 9/22 41% 35-222 52 16-23 1-1 (44-52) 85% (34-52) 65% (47-48) 98% 253000 5/50600 1/61136 4TH (OT) 111 (16) 96 (10)

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PLAYER Hubener, Joe Cook, Kody Gronkowski, Glenn Davidson, Zach Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 13 13 1 13 13

LG 72 77 4 0 77 81

RECEIVING PLAYER Burton, Deante Heath, Dominique Cook, Kody Klein, Kyle Davis, Andre Jones, Charles Dimel, Winston Reuter, Zach Gronkowski, Glenn West, Steven Warmack, Dalvin Weber, Stanton Silmon, Justin Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 13 13 11 9 13 13 11 13 6 9 12 13 13 13

NO 38 28 27 19 12 12 8 6 5 3 2 1 1 162 290

YDS 510 313 412 288 166 139 261 47 76 42 27 4 3 2288 3712

AVG 13.4 11.2 15.3 15.2 13.8 11.6 32.6 7.8 15.2 14.0 13.5 4.0 3.0 14.1 12.8

TD 4 3 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 25

LONG 77 43 35 35 42 72 53 12 31 27 16 4 3 77 81

AVG/G 39.2 24.1 31.7 26.2 18.4 10.7 20.1 4.3 5.8 7.0 3.0 0.3 0.2 176.0 285.5

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER Hubener, Joe Jones, Charles Cook, Kody Silmon, Justin Dimel, Winston Warmack, Dalvin Gronkowski, Glenn Delton, Alex Heath, Dominique Ertz, Jesse TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 13 13 13 13 13 9 13 2 13 1 7 13 13

PLAYS 455 142 133 78 28 12 13 4 3 1 6 876 942

RUSH 613 696 158 355 86 64 45 18 17 5 -7 2050 2167

PASS 1837 0 447 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2288 3712

TOTAL 2450 696 605 355 86 64 49 18 17 5 -7 4338 5879

AVG/G 188.5 53.5 46.5 27.3 6.6 7.1 3.8 9.0 1.3 5.0 -1.0 333.7 452.2


OVERALL: 6-7 (HOME: 4-3, ROAD: 2-3, NEUTRAL: 0-1) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 3-6 (HOME: 2-3, ROAD: 1-3, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

SCORING PLAYER Hubener, Joe Cantele, Jack Dimel, Winston McCrane, Matthew Jones, Charles Cook, Kody Burns, Morgan Burton, Deante Heath, Dominique Gronkowski, Glenn Silmon, Justin Klein, Kyle Total.......... Opponents......

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE TD 13 0 8 0 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 48 52

FGS 0-0 12-14 0-0 7-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19-21 16-23

|-------------------PATs------------------| KICK RUSH RCV PASS DXP SAF PTS 0-0 0-0 0 0-3 0 0 78 29-29 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 65 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 15-15 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 44-44 0-1 0 0-3 0 0 389 47-48 0-1 1 1-3 0 0 409

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER Heath, Dominique Davis, Andre Sizelove, Sam Burns, Morgan Total.......... Opponents......

NO 21 2 1 0 24 19

YDS 152 0 15 0 167 127

AVG 7.2 0.0 15.0 0.0 7.0 6.7

TD 0 0 0 1 1 0

LONG 58 0 0 0 58 46

YDS 1138 46 15 11 14 34 -1 6 5 1268 1011

AVG 33.5 11.5 5.0 5.5 7.0 17.0 -1.0 6.0 5.0 25.4 18.1

TD 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

LONG 100 18 12 8 7 22 0 6 5 100 68

YDS 2 0 0 2 162

AVG 0.7 0.0 0.0 0.4 12.5

TD 0 0 0 0 2

LONG 2 0 0 2 60

YDS 9 9 1

AVG 9.0 9.0 1.0

TD 0 0 0

LONG 9 9 2

KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER Burns, Morgan Heath, Dominique Couchman, Colborn Wood, Tanner Dimel, Winston Warmack, Dalvin Root, Landon Davis, Andre Davis, Will Total.......... Opponents......

NO 34 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 50 56

NO 3 1 1 5 13

G 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 11 9 9 13 11 6 2 13 10 13 13 1 12 13 1 7 13 13

RUSH 0 696 613 158 17 0 86 355 0 0 64 45 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 -7 2050 2167

REC 0 139 0 412 313 510 261 3 288 166 27 76 47 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2288 3712

PR 0 0 0 0 152 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 167 127

NO 67 4 71 62

YDS 2788 178 2966 2376

AVG 41.6 44.5 41.8 38.3

LONG 63 50 63 62

KOR 1138 0 0 0 46 0 14 0 0 6 34 0 0 0 0 0 15 11 5 0 0 0 -1 0 1268 1011

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 162

TOT 1138 835 613 570 533 510 361 358 288 172 125 121 47 42 18 15 15 11 5 5 4 2 -1 -7 5780 7179

AVG/G 94.8 64.2 47.2 43.8 41.0 39.2 27.8 27.5 26.2 19.1 13.9 9.3 4.3 7.0 9.0 1.2 1.5 0.8 0.4 5.0 0.3 0.2 -1.0 -1.0 444.6 552.2

I20 15 2 17 17

BLKD 0 0 0 2

RETN

NET

YDLN

1011 1268

39.7 32.4

25 32

PUNTING

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER Lee, Elijah Davis, Will Burns, Morgan Total.......... Opponents......

PLAYER Burns, Morgan Jones, Charles Hubener, Joe Cook, Kody Heath, Dominique Burton, Deante Dimel, Winston Silmon, Justin Klein, Kyle Davis, Andre Warmack, Dalvin Gronkowski, Glenn Reuter, Zach West, Steven Delton, Alex Sizelove, Sam Couchman, Colborn Wood, Tanner Davis, Will Ertz, Jesse Weber, Stanton Lee, Elijah Root, Landon TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

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PLAYER Walsh, Nick Lochbihler, Mitch Total.......... Opponents......

TB 8 1 9 5

FC 25 2 27 7

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE GAME South Dakota UTSA Louisiana Tech Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State Kansas West Virginia Arkansas ( ) - Made

KANSAS STATE (23),(28) (29),(27),(21) (33),(38),(20),(44) 43 (37) 32 (36) (36) (43) (42) (33) (40) (36),(21),(32)

OPPONENTS 55,42 (51) 33,(25),(39),(45),(32) (37) (50) (20),(19) (28) (39),41 51,(48) – – (45),44,(19),(28) (26),46

FUMBLE RETURNS PLAYER McDaniel, D. Total.......... Opponents......

NO 1 1 1

KICKOFFS PLAYER Patterson, Ian Cantele, Jack Wilson, Dillon McCrane, Matthew Total.......... Opponents......

NO 65 7 2 1 75 76

YDS 3928 276 116 45 4365 4327

AVG 60.4 39.4 58.0 45.0 58.2 56.9

TB 15 0 0 0 15 24

OB 1 0 0 0 1 1

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2015 STATISTICS OVERALL: 6-7 (HOME: 4-3, ROAD: 2-3, NEUTRAL: 0-1) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 3-6 (HOME: 2-3, ROAD: 1-3, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

GAME-BY-GAME PASSING JOE HUBENER South Dakota UTSA Louisiana Tech Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State Kansas West Virginia Arkansas TOTALS

Comp 9 12 15 3 13 4 10 12 19 18 10 6 0 131

Att 18 23 26 9 33 14 22 21 41 31 17 19 1 275

Int 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 10

Pct 50.0 52.2 57.7 33.3 39.4 28.6 45.5 57.1 46.3 58.1 58.8 31.6 0.0 47.6

Yards 147 243 195 85 157 39 97 151 289 216 133 85 0 1,837

TD 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 9

Long 43 53 31 72 25 31 16 46 35 42 44 28 0 72

Sack 0 2 1 1 2 2 4 1 2 3 2 1 0 21

Yds 0 10 8 14 15 12 32 15 11 10 13 7 0 147

Effic. 136.93 140.92 158.77 90.44 73.30 23.40 88.40 123.73 116.77 127.24 124.54 48.11 -200.0 107.28

KODY COOK South Dakota UTSA Louisiana Tech Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State Kansas West Virginia Arkansas TOTALS

Comp 0 0 0 10 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 12 30

Att 0 0 0 16 0 8 2 2 0 0 2 12 24 66

Int 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3

Pct 0.0 0.0 0.0 62.5 0.0 12.5 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 50.0 33.3 50.0 45.5

Yards 0 0 0 122 0 6 10 21 0 0 4 121 163 447

TD 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4

Long 0 0 0 36 0 6 10 21 0 0 4 77 48 77

Sack 0 0 0 4 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 13

Yds 0 0 0 22 0 19 1 0 0 0 0 15 14 71

Effic. 0.00 0.00 0.00 167.80 0.00 -6.20 92.0 38.20 0.00 0.00 -33.20 145.53 120.80 113.25

GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER NO-YDS/TDs USD Jones, Charles 142-696/5 10-43/0 Hubener, Joe 180-613/13 9-38/0 Simon, Justin 78-355/2 6-51/0 Cook, Kody 67-158/2 – Dimel, Winston 28-86/6 8-29/2 Warmack, D. 12-64/0 – Gronkowski, G. 11-45/1 2-16/0 Delton, Alex 4-18/0 3-10/0 Heath, D. 3-17/0 – Ertz, Joe 1-5/0 1-5/0 TOTALS 531-2,050/29 41-189/2

UTSA 7-11/0 17-58/1 6-40/1 – 8-18/1 5-40/0 – 1-8/0 – DNP 44-175/3

LT 7-33/1 8-9/0 24-119/0 – 3-1/0 DNP 2-4/0 2-4/0 – DNP 45-165/1

OSU – 4-8/1 15-50/1 21-87/1 – – 1--4/0 DNP 1-3/0 DNP 42-144/3

TCU 13-75/2 26-111/4 6-22/0 – – – 1-6/0 DNP 2-14/0 DNP 48-228/6

OU 5-18/0 9-16/0 3-3/0 11-19/0 2-2/0 – 1-7/0 DNP – DNP 31-65/0

UT 18-112/0 15-18/0 2--2/0 2--3/0 – – – DNP – DNP 37-135/0

BU 16-76/0 29-153/2 2-28/0 – – DNP 1-1/0 DNP – DNP 48-258/0

TTU 18-99/0 14-9/3 1-14/0 – 1-1/0 DNP – DNP – DNP 34-123/3

ISU 15-65/2 20-90/0 3-5/0 1-3/0 – DNP 1-5/0 DNP – DNP 41-165/2

KU 13-70/0 17-88/2 6-18/0 1--1/0 5-25/2 4-16/0 2-10/1 DNP – DNP 49-226/5

WVU 14-44/0 12-15/0 3-5/0 19-34/1 – 1-0/0 – DNP – DNP 49-98/1

AR 6-40/0 – 1-2/0 12-19/0 1-10/1 2-8/0 – DNP – DNP 22-79/1

OSU 2-33/1 – 3-49/0 3-36/0 – 2-7/0 1-72/0 1-4/1 – 1-6/0 – – – 13-207/2

TCU 5-65/0 – 3-26/0 4-57/0 – DNP – – 1-9/0 DNP – – – 13-157/0

OU – 2-38/0 1--4/0 1-5/0 – 1-6/0 – – – – – – – 5-45/0

UT 5-39/0 – 2-23/1 1-12/0 – 2-17/0 – 1-16/0 – DNP – – – 11-107/1

BU 2-17/1 6-71/0 1-3/0 – 2-58/0 DNP 2-23/0 – DNP DNP DNP – – 13-172/1

TTU 2-17/0 2-39/0 4-49/1 6-131/1 – DNP 2-7/0 – 1-10/0 2-36/0 DNP – – 19-289/2

ISU 2-31/0 5-68/1 5-31/0 – 1-4/1 1-42/0 4-28/0 1-16/0 – – DNP – – 19-220/2

KU 3-16/0 3-33/0 – DNP 1-44/0 1-8/0 – 1-31/0 1-1/0 – – 1-4/0 – 11-137/0

WVU 5-135/1 1-15/0 – 1-17/0 1-27/0 1-13/0 1--1/0 – – DNP – – – 10-206/1

AR 4-33/0 – 1-15/0 1-13/0 1-48/1 – – – 3-27/0 DNP 2-27/0 – – 12-163/1

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER NO-YDS/TDs USD Burton, Deante 38-510/4 2-35/1 Cook, Kody 27-412/3 2-41/0 Heath, D. 28-313/3 3-54/0 Klein, Kyle 19-288/1 2-17/0 Dimel, Winston 8-261/2 – Davis, Andre 12-166/0 DNP Jones, Charles 12-139/0 – Gronkowski, G. 5-76/1 – Reuter, Zach 6-47/0 DNP West, Steven 3-42/0 – Warmack, D. 2-27/0 – Weber, Stanton 1-7/0 – Silmon, Justin 1-3/0 – TOTALS 162-2,288/14 9-147/1

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UTSA 1-31/0 2-34/0 3-25/0 – 2-80/0 4-73/0 – – – DNP – DNP – 12-243/0

LT 5-58/0 4-73/2 2-42/1 DNP – – 2-10/0 1-9/0 – DNP DNP – 1-3/0 15-195/3

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2015 STATISTICS OVERALL: 6-7 (HOME: 4-3, ROAD: 2-3, NEUTRAL: 0-1) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 3-6 (HOME: 2-3, ROAD: 1-3, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PLAYER Lee, Elijah Moore, Charmeachealle Starks, Donnie Davis, Will Newlan, Sean Prewett, Kaleb Jackson, Nate Geary, Will Britz, Travis Adams, Kendall Burns, Morgan Willis, Jordan Wood, Tanner Bryant, Marquel Shelley, Duke McDaniel, Danzel Sizelove, Sam Couchman, Colborn Moore, Colby Kirby, Jayd Tanking, Trent Weber, Stanton Mack, Jesse Barnett, Dante Seiwert, Matt Sexton, Collin Barry, Brogan Settles, Craig Patterson, Ian Thompson, Logan Reuter, Zach Clark, Davis Mack, Ryan Cook, Kody Converse, Dalton Valentine, Dayton Hood, Demonte Burton, Deante Walsh, Nick Copeland, Myles Kupersmith, Jordan Jones, Charles

GP 13 12 13 13 13 8 10 12 13 12 12 13 13 13 8 4 13 10 9 11 8 12 5 1 13 13 5 2 13 5 11 5 12 13 13 11 9 13 13 2 3 13

SOLO 66 47 44 39 47 42 38 34 32 34 33 29 25 25 28 16 11 9 7 6 5 7 5 4 2 4 3 4 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1

AST 14 8 11 15 5 7 9 11 9 7 5 7 9 7 . 2 4 2 1 2 2 . . 1 2 . 1 . 1 1 . 1 2 . 1 . 1 . . . . .

TOTAL 80 55 55 54 52 49 47 45 41 41 38 36 34 32 28 18 15 11 8 8 7 7 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

Total.......... Opponents......

13 13

669 610

148 136

817 746

TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS 7.5-41 5.0-34 5.5-19 3.0-15 2.0-7 1.0-3 0.5-2 0.5-2 1.0-1 . 1.0-7 1.0-7 . . 6.5-20 3.5-15 11.0-40 4.0-24 3.5-23 1.0-7 1.0-13 . 15.5-63 9.5-48 4.0-17 2.0-13 6.5-40 5.5-34 1.0-3 . . . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-6 1.0-6 . . . . . . 2.5-6 0.5-3 . . . . . . . . 0.5-3 0.5-3 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . 72-317 86.0-330

38-214 35-222

INT-YDS 3-2 . . 1-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

PBU 1 . 4 2 . 1 6 . 2 . 10 3 1 1 7 1 . . . . . . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

QBH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FR 2-0 1-0 . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . 1-0 1-9 1-0 . . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FF 1 1 . . 1 . . 2 . . 1 4 . 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

BLK . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5-2 13-162

42 50

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11-9 6-1

13 8

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SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES PLAYER Couchman, Colborn Kirby, Jayd Newlan, Sean Moore, Colby Tanking, Trent Weber, Stanton Barry, Brogan Sexton, Collin Davis, Will Patterson, Ian Thompson, Logan Mack, Ryan

TOTAL 10 8 8 8 7 7 4 4 3 3 3 3

KO 9 8 6 4 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 1

PUNT 1 0 2 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

PLAYER Reuter, Zach Sizelove, Same Valentine, Dayton Converse, Dalton Lee, Elijah Walsh, Nick Barry, Brogan Cook, Kody Copeland, Myles Burns, Morgan TOTALS

TOTAL 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 84

KO 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 62

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GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES PLAYER UT-AT-TT Lee, Elijah 66-14-80 Moore, C. 47-8-55 Starks, Donnie 44-11-55 Davis, Will 39-15-54 Newlan, Sean 47-5-52 Prewett, Kaleb 42-7-49 Jackson, Nate 38-9-47 Geary, Will 34-11-45 Britz, Travis 32-9-41 Adams, Kendall 34-7-41 Burns, Morgan 33-5-38 Willis, Jordan 29-7-36 Wood, Tanner 25-9-34 Bryant, Marquel 25-7-32 Shelley, Duke 28-0-28 McDaniel, Danzel 16-2-18 Sizelove, Sam 11-4-15 Couchman, C. 9-2-11 Moore, Colby 7-1-8 Weber, Stanton 7-0-7 Kirby, Jayd 5-2-7 Tanking, Trent 5-2-7 Mack, Jesse 5-0-5 Barnett, Dante 4-1-5 Settles, Craig 4-0-4 Sexton, Collin 4-0-4 Barry, Brogan 3-1-4 Seiwert, Matt 2-2-4

USD 3-3-6 3-0-3 2-1-3 3-0-3 1-0-1 5-0-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 2-0-2 3-0-3 1-1-2 2-1-3 3-2-5 DNP DNP – 3-0-3 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 4-1-5 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 –

UTSA 1-1-2 – 4-3-7 4-5-9 2-0-2 2-2-4 3-4-7 1-5-6 2-2-4 – – 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 DNP 6-0-6 1-0-1 3-1-4 DNP DNP 1-2-3 0-1-1 2-0-2 DNP DNP – 0-1-1 2-0-2

LT 10-2-12 – 3-1-4 6-0-6 – 5-0-5 5-1-6 5-1-6 2-0-2 – 4-1-5 5-1-6 2-0-2 2-0-2 DNP 3-1-4 2-0-2 – DNP – – – DNP DNP DNP – 2-0-2 –

OSU 2-5-7 DNP 6-5-11 2-1-3 1-1-2 6-3-9 2-2-4 4-0-4 3-0-3 – 5-1-6 2-1-3 – 2-0-2 DNP 6-1-7 1-2-3 0-1-1 DNP 1-0-1 – DNP DNP DNP DNP – – –

TCU 3-0-3 – 5-0-5 2-1-3 5-0-5 3-0-3 3-0-3 2-0-2 1-1-2 DNP DNP 1-0-1 2-0-2 – 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 – – 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 2-0-2 DNP DNP 2-0-2 DNP –

OU 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-0-2 5-2-7 14-0-14 6-0-6 3-0-3 6-2-8 – 1-1-2 3-0-3 1-1-2 5-1-6 1-1-2 6-0-6 DNP 6-2-8 – – – DNP DNP – DNP DNP – DNP –

UT 8-0-8 1-1-2 4-0-4 5-3-8 6-0-6 DNP DNP 1-1-2 6-3-9 4-3-7 2-0-2 2-0-2 4-1-5 2-2-4 2-0-2 DNP – – 3-0-3 – 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP – DNP –

BU 8-0-8 2-0-2 4-0-4 2-2-4 9-0-9 5-0-5 DNP 3-0-3 3-1-4 – 2-0-2 2-0-2 0-1-1 2-0-2 5-0-5 DNP – 1-0-1 – 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP – DNP –

TTU 10-1-11 1-2-3 2-1-3 3-1-4 6-2-8 10-2-12 DNP 5-0-5 – – 3-1-4 1-0-1 3-2-5 4-1-5 7-0-7 DNP – 1-0-1 1-0-1 – – – DNP DNP DNP – DNP 0-1-1

ISU 4-0-4 10-0-10 2-0-2 1-0-1 – DNP 1-0-1 4-1-5 3-1-4 11-1-12 3-0-3 3-1-4 2-0-2 3-0-3 3-0-3 DNP – 1-0-1 – – – 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP – DNP –

KU 6-2-8 4-2-6 4-0-4 2-0-2 0-1-1 DNP 4-0-4 1-0-1 2-0-2 5-1-6 4-0-4 4-0-4 3-1-4 2-0-2 3-0-3 DNP – DNP 2-1-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 – – DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 – –

WVU 5-0-5 16-1-17 4-0-4 1-0-1 – DNP 9-0-9 1-1-2 2-0-2 6-0-6 2-0-2 – 2-1-3 2-1-3 1-0-1 DNP – DNP 1-0-1 – DNP 2-0-2 DNP DNP DNP – DNP –

AR 5-0-5 8-2-10 2-0-2 3-0-3 3-1-4 DNP 6-2-8 DNP 5-0-5 5-1-6 2-2-4 5-0-5 – 1-1-2 DNP DNP – DNP – 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 DNP DNP 3-0-3 DNP 0-1-1

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS PLAYER TFL-YDS Willis, Jordan 15.5-63 Britz, Travis 11.0-40 Lee, Elijah 7.5-41 Bryant, Marquel 6.5-40 Geary, Will 6.5-20 Moore, C. 5.5-19 Wood, Tanner 4.0-17 Adams, Kendall 3.5-23 Starks, Donnie 2.0-7 Clark, Davis 2.0-6 Burns, Morgan 1.0-13 Prewett, Kaleb 1.0-7 Settles, Craig 1.0-6 Burton, Deante 1.0-6 Shelley, Duke 1.0-3 Newlan, Sean 1.0-1 Hood, Demonte 0.5-3 Davis, Will 0.5-2 Sizelove, Sam 0.5-0 TOTALS 72.0-317

USD – 1.0-3 – 1.0-10 – – 1.0-7 – – 2.0-3 – – DNP – DNP – – – – 5.0-23

UTSA 2.0-5 2.0-11 – 1.0-7 – – – – – 0.5-3 – – DNP 1.0-6 DNP – 0.5-3 – – 7.0-35

LT 3.5-23 – 3.0-12 – 1.5-5 – – – – DNP – – DNP – DNP – – – – 8.0-40

OSU 1.0-6 1.0-3 – 1.0-7 1.0-2 DNP – – – DNP – – DNP – DNP – – – – 4.0-18

TCU – – 1.0-2 – – – – DNP – DNP DNP – DNP – – – DNP – – 1.0-2

OU 1.0-2 – – – 3.0-11 – 1.5-3 – – DNP – 1.0-7 DNP – – 1.0-1 – – 0.5-0 8.0-24

UT 1.0-1 4.0-9 1.0-5 1.0-6 – – – – – DNP – DNP DNP – 1.0-3 – – – – 8.0-24

BU – 1.0-6 – – – – 0.5-2 – 1.0-3 DNP – – DNP – – – – 0.5-2 – 3.0-13

TTU – – 1.0-14 0.5-4 – – 0.5-4 – – DNP – – DNP – – – – – – 2.0-22

ISU 2.5-5 – – 1.0-5 0.5-1 1.0-1 – 1.0-7 1.0-4 DNP – DNP DNP – – – – – – 7.0-23

KU 2.0-11 1.0-1 1.5-8 – – 0.5-0 0.5-1 1.5-12 – – 1.0-13 DNP 1.0-6 – – – DNP – – 9.0-52

WVU 0.5-1 1.0-7 – 1.0-1 0.5-1 4.0-18 – – – – – DNP DNP – – – DNP – – 7.0-28

AR 2.0-9 – – – DNP – – 1.0-4 – – – DNP – – DNP – DNP – – 3.0-13

UTSA – 1.0-7 – 2.0-11 – – – – – DNP – 0.5-3 0.5-3 – 4.0-24

LT 3.5-23 – 2.0-8 – 0.5-4 – – – – DNP – DNP – – 6.0-35

OSU – 1.0-7 – – 1.0-2 DNP – – – DNP – DNP – – 2.0-9

TCU – – – – – – – DNP – DNP – DNP DNP – 0.0-0

OU – – – – 2.0-9 – – – 1.0-7 DNP – DNP – – 3.0-16

UT – – 1.0-5 – – – – – DNP DNP – DNP – – 1.0-5

BU – – – 1.0-6 – – 0.5-2 – – DNP 1.0-3 DNP – 0.5-2 3.0-13

TTU – 0.5-4 1.0-14 – – – 0.5-4 – – DNP – DNP – – 2.0-22

ISU 2.0-5 1.0-5 – – – 1.0-1 – 1.0-7 DNP DNP – DNP – – 5.0-18

KU 2.0-11 – 1.0-7 – – – – – DNP 1.0-6 – – DNP – 4.0-24

WVU – 1.0-1 – 1.0-7 – 2.0-14 – – DNP DNP – – DNP – 4.0-22

AR 2.0-9 – – – DNP – – – DNP – – – DNP – 2.0-9

GAME-BY-GAME SACKS PLAYER SKS-YDS Willis, Jordan 9.5-48 Bryant, Marquel 5.5-34 Lee, Elijah 5.0-34 Britz, Travis 4.0-24 Geary, Will 3.5-15 Moore, C. 3.0-15 Wood, Tanner 2.0-13 Adams, Kendall 1.0-7 Prewett, Kaleb 1.0-7 Settles, Craig 1.0-6 Starks, Donnie 1.0-3 Clark, Davis 0.5-3 Hood, Demonte 0.5-3 Davis, Will 0.5-2 TOTALS 38.0-214

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USD – 1.0-10 – – – – 1.0-7 – – DNP – – – – 2.0-17

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Final GAME Score South Dakota 0 K-State 34 K-State 30 UTSA 3 Louisiana Tech 33 K-State 39 K-State 34 Oklahome State 36 TCU 52 K-State 45 Oklahoma 55 K-State 0 K-State 9 Texas 23 Baylor 31 K-State 24 K-State 44 Texas Tech 59 Iowa State 35 K-State 38 K-State 45 Kansas 14 West Virginia 23 K-State 24 K-State 23 Arkansas 45

Score By Quarter 1 2 3 4 (OT) 0 0 0 0 7 17 3 7 0 7 6 17 3 0 0 0 0 10 3 10 (10) 3 3 7 10 (16) 14 14 0 6 7 13 6 10 14 3 14 21 7 28 0 10 14 21 13 7 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 0 3 13 0 7 14 7 7 3 7 0 3 14 7 14 7 16 28 7 10 14 7 28 0 0 7 7 7 17 28 7 3 7 7 0 0 7 3 10 7 3 0 3 14 7 10 3 10 0 14 10 7 14

Ru 6 10 9 3 12 8 9 2 7 14 12 5 9 15 5 15 6 15 10 11 12 7 8 6 2 16

First Downs Pa Pn Tot 9 1 16 6 0 16 10 3 22 9 2 14 11 0 23 8 1 17 8 5 22 23 1 26 13 2 22 8 6 28 18 0 30 2 0 7 5 1 15 5 0 20 14 1 20 6 1 22 11 2 19 16 1 32 11 0 21 11 0 22 7 3 22 10 0 17 14 0 22 7 2 15 10 1 13 14 0 30

Att 36 41 44 25 38 45 42 27 23 48 52 31 37 53 34 48 34 40 44 41 49 35 42 49 22 42

Rushing Yds TD 61 0 189 2 175 3 37 0 137 2 165 1 144 3 49 1 242 4 228 6 232 1 65 0 135 0 274 3 103 1 258 2 123 3 274 5 238 2 165 2 226 5 100 0 166 1 98 1 79 1 254 5

Passing C-A-I Yds TD 18-30-0 205 0 9-18-0 147 1 12-23-0 243 0 23-37-0 192 0 30-51-0 314 1 15-26-0 195 3 13-25-1 207 2 35-56-1 441 4 20-30-2 301 2 13-33-1 157 0 25-32-0 336 5 5-22-3 45 0 11-24-1 107 1 10-16-0 99 0 23-33-0 419 3 13-23-2 172 1 19-42-1 289 2 33-43-0 384 3 15-20-0 210 3 19-33-0 220 2 11-20-1 137 0 19-35-1 215 2 19-42-0 281 1 10-31-2 206 1 12-25-1 163 1 20-26-1 315 1

Total Offense Att Yds 66 266 59 336 67 418 62 229 89 451 71 360 67 351 83 490 53 543 81 385 84 568 53 110 61 242 69 373 67 522 71 430 76 412 83 658 64 448 74 385 69 363 70 315 84 447 80 304 47 242 68 569

Punting No-Avg 6-37.3 4-44.8 4-36.8 8-39.6 5-45.4 6-41.3 6-47.5 4-37.5 3-33.0 5-43.6 2-38.0 8-40.0 7-40.4 6-37.0 4-27.8 3-35.7 7-43.1 4-51.5 3-35.0 3-38.7 3-40.7 6-26.2 10-45.4 11-42.4 4-43.2 1-39.0

Fumbles No-Lost 2-1 2-1 1-0 0-0 3-2 3-1 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 8-4 1-1 0-0 3-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

Penalty No-Yds 2-11 8-70 9-85 12-92 6-41 4-35 9-54 8-95 11-81 3-35 3-24 1-5 5-27 3-35 11-119 7-39 7-55 7-73 2-15 5-35 1-5 6-50 3-40 3-35 4-25 2-20

Third Downs 8-18 5-12 7-14 3-14 4-18 6-16 4-11 9-15 5-9 8-14 9-15 3-14 4-14 7-15 5-14 4-11 7-17 7-12 5-11 7-14 5-12 8-17 6-20 7-20 3-10 6-10

Total ToP 30:45 29:15 35:05 24:55 28:26 31:34 34:33 25:27 20:15 39:45 34:22 25:38 29:20 30:40 21:59 38:01 30:44 29:16 28:24 31:36 34:03 25:57 24:16 35:44 22:30 37:30

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GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARIES

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS Opponent South Dakota UTSA Louisiana Tech Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State Kansas West Virginia Arkansas

WR Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton

LT Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair

LG Johnson Johnson Johnson Stiverson Stiverson Stiverson Stiverson Johnson Stiverson Stiverson Stiverson Stiverson Stiverson

C Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner Risner

RG Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes Hayes

RT Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsroge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge Kleinsorge

TE Small Small Davis (wr) Cook (wr) Klein (wr) Klein (wr) Valentine Klein (wr) Valentine Valentine Small Klein (wr) Reuter (wr)

QB Ertz Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Hubener Cook

WR Cook Heath Cook Heath Heath Cook Cook Cook Cook Heath Cook Cook Klein

RB Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb) Dimel (fb)

FB Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski Gronkowski

DE Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant

LB Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee

LB Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Moore, C. Moore, C. Moore, C.

LB Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Starks (db) Jackson (db)

CB Burns Burns Burns Burns Shelley Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns

SS Barnett Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Adams Newlan Newlan Jackson Jackson Jackson Newlan

FS Prewett Prewett Prewett Prewett Prewett Prewett Newlan Prewett Prewett Adams Adams Adams Adams

CB Jackson McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel McDaniel Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Starks

GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS OPPONENT South Dakota UTSA Louisiana Tech Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma Texas Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State Kansas West Virginia Arkansas

DE Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis

DT Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz Britz

DT Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Geary Seiwert

CAREER CONSECUTIVE AND TOTAL STARTS OFFENSE Player, Pos. Cody Whitehair, OL Matt Kleinsorge, OL Luke Hayes, OL Glenn Gronkowski, FB Deante Burton, WR Winston Dimel, FB Dalton Risner, OL Boston Stiverson, OL Kody Cook, WR/QB Kyle Klein, WR Zach Reuter, WR Joe Hubener, QB Dominique Heath, WR Terrale Johnson, OL Cody Small, TE Dayton Valentine, TE Andre Davis, WR Jesse Ertz, QB

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. RFr. RFr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. RFr. Jr. So. RFr. Sr. So.

Consecutive Total Starts Starts 41 51 26 26 25 25 14 20 13 22 13 13 13 13 5 28 3 22 2 8 1 1 0 11 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1

|----------- Starts by Year -----------| 2015 2014 2013 2012 13 13 13 12 13 13 0 0 13 12 – – 13 3 4 – 13 9 0 – 13 – – – 13 – – – 9 13 4 2 10 12 – – 5 0 3 0 1 – – – 11 0 0 – 4 – – – 4 – – – 3 0 – – 3 – – – 1 0 – – 1 0 – –

DEFENSE Player, Pos. Jordan Willis, DE Travis Britz, DT Marquel Bryant, DE Elijah Lee, LB Donnie Starks, DB Morgan Burns, DB Nate Jackson, DB Kendall Adams, DB

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. RFr. Charmeachealle Moore, LB Jr. Sean Newlan, DB So. Matt Seiwert, DT So. Dante Barnett, DB Sr. Will Geary, DL So. Danzel McDaniel, DB Sr. Will Davis, LB Jr. Duke Shelley, DB Fr. Kaleb Prewett, DB So.

Consecutive Total Starts Starts 26 26 13 36 13 15 13 13 13 13 8 24 4 12 4 5 3 3 1 4 1 1 0 29 0 17 0 17 0 16 0 8 0 8

|----------- Starts by Year -----------| 2015 2014 2013 2012 13 13 0 – 13 10 13 0 13 0 2 0 13 0 – – 13 0 0 – 12 12 0 0 10 2 – – 5 – – – 3 0 0 0 4 0 – – 1 0 – – 1 13 13 2 12 5 – – 4 13 – – 10 6 0 – 8 – – – 8 0 – –

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SCORING DRIVES - KANSAS STATE OPPONENT South Dakota South Dakota South Dakota South Dakota South Dakota South Dakota UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA UTSA LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech LA Tech Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. Oklahoma St. TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU TCU Texas Texas Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas

No. of Total Drive Type of Score Plays Yards Time Score Qtr/Time ---TD 1st/14:48 7 19 2:16 FG 2nd/13:30 5 45 2:07 TD 2nd/9:18 1 24 0:06 TD 2nd/5:45 11 46 5:56 FG 3rd/3:08 10 79 5:20 TD 4th/7:28 9 88 4:32 TD 2nd/11:34 8 41 4:13 FG 3rd/10:47 8 69 5:00 FG 3rd/4:34 7 62 3:30 TD 4th/14:50 6 32 2:58 FG 4th/10:49 10 62 4:22 TD 4th/3:57 9 64 4:29 FG 1st/6:03 12 62 6:11 FG 2nd/11:06 9 75 4:59 TD 3rd/0:17 2 7 0:48 TD 4th/7:04 7 26 4:11 FG 4th/2:44 3 25 -TD OT 4 -2 -FG 2OT 3 25 -TD 3OT 11 67 4:51 TD 1st/10:09 11 74 6:06 TD 1st/1:25 5 75 2:28 TD 2nd/10:46 1 6 0:06 TD 2nd/4:37 7 94 3:05 TD 4th/3:01 9 64 4:58 TD 1st/9:39 10 76 5:39 TD 2nd/12:51 8 75 4:36 TD 2nd/6:56 4 24 1:44 TD 2nd/4:56 7 40 3:40 TD 2nd/0:22 10 45 5:46 TD 4th/12:21 8 55 4:20 FG 4th/1:47 10 78 4:43 TD 2nd/0:32 9 44 4:16 FG 3rd/7:18 17 88 9:17 TD 1st/3:53 9 49 4:08 FG 3rd/10:47 5 84 2:26 TD 4th/9:47 7 77 4:21 TD 4th/4:07 ---TD 1st/11:56 10 71 5:10 TD 2nd/6:02 6 74 1:39 TD 2nd/2:04 5 19 2:25 TD 3rd/10:000 10 60 4:05 TD 4th/7:25 1 33 0:07 TD 4th/5:04 6 26 1:26 FG 4th/3:38 9 65 4:45 TD 1st/4:50 ---TD 2nd/7:59 12 67 6:06 TD 3rd/8:49 12 70 5:39 TD 4th/13:13 4 55 0:40 TD 4th/0:42 2 --3 0:07 FG 4th/0:03 1 12 0:06 TD 1st/13:09 7 73 3:20 TD 1st/7:48 ---TD 1st/6:30 3 37 1:17 TD 1st/1:30 12 54 6:19 TD 2nd/9:17 13 59 6:42 FG 3rd/8:18 11 91 6:06 TD 4th/13:20 5 25 2:08 FG 2nd/11:10 5 33 2:21 TD 3rd/12:28 1 77 0:12 TD 3rd/11:14 ---TD 4th/12:53 4 27 1:52 TD 1st/11:38 8 46 4:18 FG 1st/3:50 8 49 1:41 FG 2nd/0:21 4 74 2:10 TD 3rd/12:44 11 47 6:02 FG 3rd/1:46

Drive Start -SD 25 SD 45 SD 24 KS 43 KS 21 KS 12 KS 47 KS 21 KS 38 SA 36 KS 38 KS 20 KS 17 KS 25 LT 7 LT 29 LT 25 LT 25 LT 25 KS 33 KS 26 KS 25 OS 6 KS 6 KS 36 KS 24 KS 25 TC 24 TC 40 TC 45 KS 25 KS 22 KS 37 KS 12 KS 32 KS 16 KS 23 -KS 29 KS 26 TT 19 KS 40 TT 33 KS 48 KS 35 -KS 33 KS 30 KS 45 IS 22 KU 12 KS 27 -KU 37 KS 46 KS 25 KS 9 WV 48 WV 33 KS 23 -AR 27 KS 35 KS 47 KS 26 KS 38

SCORING DRIVES - OPPONENTS Scoring Play Burns 100 yd kickoff return McCrane 23 yd field goal Dimel 2 yd run Burton 24 yd pass from Hubener McCrane 28 yd field goal Dimel 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Cantele 29 yd field goal Cantele 27 yd field goal Silmon 14 yd run Cantele 21 yd field goal Dimel 1 yd run Cantele 33 yd field goal Cantele 38 yd field goal Cook 4 yd pass from Hubener Jones 2 yd run Cantele 20 yd field goal Heath 22 yd pass from Hubener Cantele 44 yd field goal Cook 31 yd pass from Hubener Cook 3 yd run Gronkowski 4 yd pass from Cook Burton 17 yd pass from Cook Silmon 6 yd run Hubener 5 yd run Hubener 2 yd run Hubener 17 yd run Jones 28 yd run Jones 7 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Cantele 37 yd field goal Heath 7 yd pass from Hubener Cantele 36 yd field goal Hubener 1 yd run Cantele 36 yd field goal Hubener 34 yd run Burton 10 yd pass from Hubener Burns 93 yd kickoff return Hubener 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Heath 6 yd pass from Hubener Klein 33 yd pass from Hubener Cantele 43 yd field goal Dimel 4 yd pass from Gronkowski Burns 100 yd kickoff return Jones 8 yd run Cook 7 yd pass from Hubener Jones 5 yd run Cantele 42 yd field goal Dimel 12 yd run Dimel 1 yd run Burns 0 yd blkd punt return Gronkowski 8 yd run Hubener 2 yd run McCrane 33 yd field goal Hubener 22 yd run McCrane 40 yd field goal Cook 1 yd run Burton 77 yd pass from Cook Burns 97 yd kickoff return Dimel 10 yd run McCrane 36 yd field goal McCrane 21 yd field goal Dimel 48 yd pass from Cook McCrane 32 yd field goal

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No. of Total Drive Type of Score OPPONENT Plays Yards Time Score Qtr/Time UTSA 10 45 4:21 FG 1st/10:39 LA Tech 8 46 2:46 TD 2nd/3:30 LA Tech 9 59 2:00 FG 2nd/0:13 LA Tech 10 38 4:51 FG 3rd/5:16 LA Tech 5 79 1:57 TD 4th/13:16 LA Tech 11 60 1:16 FG 4th/0:00 LA Tech 6 25 -TD OT LA Tech 7 10 -FG 2OT Oklahoma St. 7 66 2:38 TD 1st/7:31 Oklahoma St. 13 64 3:11 TD 2nd/13:14 Oklahoma St. 13 83 3:51 TD 2nd/0:46 Oklahoma St. 8 71 2:47 TD 3rd/7:00 Oklahoma St. 5 80 1:53 TD 4th/6:06 Oklahoma St. 10 45 2:29 FG 4th/0:32 TCU 1 86 0:18 TD 1st/14:42 TCU 6 59 1:42 TD 1st/7:46 TCU 5 42 1:14 FG 2nd/11:32 TCU ---TD 3rd/13:16 TCU 9 88 4:09 TD 3rd/7:14 TCU 11 70 4:22 TD 4th/7:55 TCU 2 75 0:44 TD 4th/6:07 TCU 2 64 0:30 TD 4th/1:10 Oklahoma 5 75 1:04 TD 1st/13:56 Oklahoma 2 16 0:27 TD 1st/8:33 Oklahoma 5 80 1:26 TD 2nd/12:00 Oklahoma 8 58 2:51 TD 2nd/7:29 Oklahoma 5 27 1:39 TD 2nd/4:59 Oklahoma ---TD 3rd/14:38 Oklahoma 9 49 3:33 FG 3rd/9:27 Oklahoma 12 55 4:20 FG 3rd/3:28 Oklahoma 13 94 5:03 TD 4th/9:44 Texas 15 42 6:19 FG 1st/6:37 Texas 13 80 5:18 TD 2nd/12:38 Texas 8 80 3:32 TD 2nd/6:48 Texas 3 52 1:15 TD 4th/1:47 Baylor 7 81 1:46 TD 1st/13:14 Baylor 4 75 0:56 TD 1st/2:58 Baylor 1 81 0:10 TD 2nd/7:06 Baylor 8 68 2:39 TD 3rd/5:10 Baylor 15 58 4:19 FG 4th/12:20 Texas Tech 9 75 2:52 TD 1st/12:08 Texas Tech 5 75 1:41 TD 1st/10:15 Texas Tech 2 80 0:19 TD 1st/7:51 Texas Tech 4 63 1:32 TD 1st/4:47 Texas Tech 6 70 2:19 TD 2nd/3:43 Texas Tech 8 81 2:23 TD 3rd/7:37 Texas Tech 4 3 1:11 FG 3rd/5:14 Texas Tech 16 87 6:32 TD 4th/11:30 Texas Tech 7 43 2:36 TD 4th/1:02 Iowa State 3 40 1:21 TD 1st/9:36 Iowa State 4 3 1:47 TD 2nd/12:21 Iowa State 5 71 2:26 TD 2nd/8:11 Iowa State 2 76 0:20 TD 2nd/7:34 Iowa State 7 67 2:12 TD 2nd/0:29 Kansas 6 79 1:47 TD 1st/11:15 Kansas 16 93 6:23 TD 4th/3:28 West Virginia 8 35 2:48 FG 1st/2:54 West Virginia 5 47 1:31 TD 2nd/2:36 West Virginia 7 61 0:52 FG 2nd/0:00 West Virginia 8 61 2:31 TD 3rd/6:28 West Virginia 8 69 2:13 FG 4th/13:07 Arkansas 6 72 3:16 TD 1st/8:15 Arkansas 3 24 1:17 TD 1st/2:22 Arkansas 8 64 3:04 TD 2nd/13:05 Arkansas 9 55 4:59 FG 2nd/2:08 Arkansas 9 82 4:42 TD 3rd/7:54 Arkansas 8 78 4:34 TD 4th/12:04 Arkansas 9 80 5:38 TD 4th/4:46

Drive Start SA 21 KS 46 LT 33 LT 40 LT 21 LT 12 KS 25 KS 25 OS 34 OS 36 OS 17 OS 29 OS 20 OS 35 TC 14 TC 41 TC 25 -TC 12 TC 30 TC 25 TC 36 OU 25 KS 16 OU 20 OU 42 KS 27 -OU 48 OU 43 OU 6 UT 48 UT 20 UT 20 UT 48 BU 19 BU 25 BU 19 BU 32 BU 20 TT 25 TT 25 TT 20 TT 37 TT 30 TT 19 KS 34 TT 13 KS 43 KS 40 KS 3 IS 29 IS 24 IS 33 KU 21 KU 7 WV 37 KS 47 WV 37 WV 39 WV 20 AR 28 KS 24 AR 36 AR 36 AR 18 AR 22 AR 20

Scoring Play Portillo 51 yd field goal Driskel 1 yd run Barnes 25 yd field goal Barnes 39 yd field goal Driskel 8 yd run Barnes 45 yd field goal Taylor 6 yd pass from Driskel Barnes 32 yd field goal Washington 32 yd pass from Rudolph McCleskey 4 yd pass from Walsh Ateman 11 yd pass from Rudolph Taylor 1 yd run Sheperd 3 yd pass from Rudolph Grogan 37 yd field goal Green 86 yd run Doctson 32 yd pass from Boykin Oberkrom 50 yd field goal Kindred 60 yd interception return Green 8 yd run Boykin 14 yd run Boykin 69 yd run Doctson 55 yd pass from Boykin Shepard 22 yd pass from Mayfield Mixon 10 yd pass from Mayfield Shepard 28 yd pass from Mayfield Andrews 3 yd pass from Mayfield Westbrook 4 yd pass from Mayfield Sanchez 38 yd interception return Seibert 20 yd field goal Seibert 19 yd field goal Mixon 1 yd run Rose 28 yd field goal Swoopes 1 yd run Swoopes 2 yd run Swoopes 10 yd run Stidham 1 yd run Cannon 55 yd pass from Stidham Coleman 81 yd pass from Stidham Coleman 3 yd pass from Stidham Callahan 39 yd field goal Stockton 17 yd pass from Mahomes Washington 5 yd run Washington 80 yd run Stockton 7 yd run Lauderdale 19 yd pass from Mahomes

Stockton 20 yd pass from Mahomes Hatfield 48 yd field goal Mahomes 4 yd run Washington 12 yd run Ryen 21 yd pass from Lanning Lanning 1 yd run Lazard 30 yd pass from Lanning Warren 76 yd run Lazard 16 yd pass from Lanning Parmalee 27 yd pass from Willis Hartzog 26 yd pass from Willis Lambert 45 yd field goal Durante 24 yd pass from Howard Lambert 19 yd field goal Smallwood 14 yd run Lambert 28 yd field goal Collins 22 yd run Cornelius 13 yd run Collins 13 yd run Hedlund 26 yd field goal Sprinkle 6 yd pass from Allen Collins 14 yd run Walker 10 yd run


KANSAS STATE 17/TD vs. Baylor 94/TD at Oklahoma State 9:17/TD vs. Baylor

Most Plays/Result Most Yards/Result Most Time/Result

OPPONENT 16/TD by Texas Tech and Kansas 94/TD by Oklahoma 7:42/Downs by Oklahoma

AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION K-State Opponents

Total Drives 164 168

Total Yd. Line 5,221 4,966

Average Field Pos. Own 32 Own 30

Started in Opp. 24 18

Total Scores 61 64

TD 43 49

FG 19 16

DRIVE CHART (NO. OF DRIVES/TD/FG) Drive Start Result South Dakota at UTSA Louisiana Tech at Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma at Texas Baylor at Texas Tech Iowa State at Kansas West Virginia Arkansas

1-9 NO/TD/FG 2/0/0 2/0/0 1/0/0 2/1/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 2/0/0 0/0/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 1/1/0 1/0/0 0/0/0

20-29 NO/TD/FG 3/1/0 1/0/1 4/1/1 4/2/0 9/2/1 9/0/0 6/1/0 4/1/0 8/2/0 2/0/0 4/1/1 7/1/0 1/1/0

30-39 NO/TD/FG 0/0/0 2/2/0 4/0/0 4/1/0 1/1/0 1/0/0 2/0/1 2/0/1 1/0/0 4/3/0 0/0/0 2/0/0 5/0/2

SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS Yardage No Drive Minus Yds. 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99

Punts 71 62

Downs 6 12

To 19 9

Clock 10 16

Total Points 345 385

3-AND-OUT

10-19 NO/TD/FG 1/0/0 4/1/0 1/0/1 2/0/0 0/0/0 1/0/0 0/0/0 3/2/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 4/0/0 1/0/0

KANSAS STATE TD FG 5 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 3 3 3 1 3 7 2 2 7 3 14 0 3 0 2 0

MFG 2 7

40-49 NO/TD/FG 2/0/1 1/0/1 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 2/0/0 1/0/0 2/0/0 2/1/1 3/1/0 3/1/0 0/0/0 1/0/1

50+ NO/TD/FG 3/2/1 1/0/1 3/1/1 1/1/0 4/3/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 2/2/0 2/0/1 3/2/0 3/1/1 2/1/0

Kansas State 3-and-Out/Drives 3/11 1/11 4/13 3/13 3/14 5/13 4/11 2/11 2/15 2/13 2/12 6/17 3/10

South Dakota at UTSA Louisiana Tech at Oklahoma State TCU Oklahoma at Texas Baylor at Texas Tech Iowa State at Kansas West Virginia Arkansas

GAME-OPENING DRIVES OPPONENTS TD FG 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 4 2 3 8 3 13 0 13 0 1 0

Opponent Pts. South Dakota 0 at UTSA 0 Louisiana Tech 0 at Okla. State 7 TCU 7 Oklahoma 0 Texas 0 Baylor 7 at Texas Tech 0 Iowa State 0 at Kansas 7 West Virginia 0 Arkansas 7

KANSAS STATE 1st Dns. Yds. 0 9 1 23 0 4 5 67 1 86 0 1 0 1 6 88 1 22 0 0 1 12 2 41 1 27

Opponent 3-and-Out/Drives 2/11 3/11 2/12 1/14 1/14 0/12 3/13 1/11 2/15 1/14 6/12 5/18 0/11

DRIVE SUPERLATIVES

DRIVES SUPERLATIVES

SECOND HALF-OPENING DRIVES OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 0 1 23 3 3 45 0 2 49 7 3 66 7 5 64 7 3 75 3 4 42 7 4 81 7 6 75 0 0 -10 0 0 -11 0 2 29 0 0 6

Opponent Pts. South Dakota 0 at UTSA 3 Louisiana Tech 0 at Okla. State 0 TCU 0 Oklahoma 0 Texas 0 Baylor 3 at Texas Tech 0 Iowa State 7 at Kansas 3 West Virginia 7 Arkansas 7

KANSAS STATE 1st Dns. Yds. 0 1 2 41 1 1 0 -5 1 24 0 0 0 -8 2 49 1 16 5 67 4 59 2 33 3 74

OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 0 1 9 0 0 8 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 21 3 2 49 0 0 1 0 1 19 0 0 15 0 2 46 0 2 77 0 0 -7 7 4 82

THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS (INCLUDES 3RD-AND-GOAL SITUATIONS) BY QUARTER Kansas State PCT. Opponents PCT.

1 17-40 .425 14-38 .368

2 18-47 .383 21-48 .438

3 17-47 .362 21-44 .477

BY YARDAGE 1-3 4-6 7-10 Kansas State 29-46 15-43 18-54 PCT. .630 .349 .333 Opponents 31-55 20-47 24-52 PCT. .564 .426 .462 WHO CONVERTS FOR K-STATE: Hubener 24, Burton 13, Cook 10, Heath 7, Klein 6, Jones 4, Davis 3, Dimel 2, Reuter 1.

4 16-42 .381 25-54 .463

OT 2-3 .667 1-4 .250

11+ 8-36 .222 7-34 .206

TOTAL 70-179 .391 82-188 .436

TOTAL 70-179 .391 82-188 .436

RED ZONE (INSIDE THE 20) Opponent Score South Dakota 34-0 at UTSA 30-3 Louisiana Tech 39-33 (3ot) at Oklahoma State 34-36 TCU 45-52 Oklahoma 0-55 at Texas 9-23 Baylor 24-31 at Texas Tech 44-59 Iowa State 38-35 at Kansas 45-14 West Virginia 24-23 Arkansas 23-45 Totals 389-409 Opponents 409-389

Times Inside Opp. 20 5 6 7 5 6 1 2 3 5 4 5 2 4 55 52

Times Scored 4 6 6 5 6 0 2 3 5 4 5 2 4 52 44

Total Pts 20 30 29 34 38 0 9 17 30 28 31 10 16 292 264

Total TDs 2 3 3 5 5 0 1 2 4 4 4 1 1 35 34

Rush TDs 2 3 1 3 5 0 0 1 3 2 4 1 1 26 20

Pass TDs 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 9 14

FGs Made 2 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 3 17 10

<------------------- Failed to score inside opp. 20 -------------------> FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 0 2 0

Season Percentage - Overall: 52 of 55 (94.5%) Season Percentage - Touchdowns: 35 of 55 (63.6%) Season Percentage - Field Goals: 17 of 55 (30.9%)

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LONGEST PLAYS (20-PLUS YARDS) - KANSAS STATE

LONGEST PLAYS (20-PLUS YARDS) - OPPONENTS

Yards 77 72 53 48 46 44 43 42 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 33 32 31 31 31 31 31 30 29 28 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 22 21 21 20

Yards 86 81 80 76 69 55 55 53 53 51 47 46 43 41 40 40 38 36 36 36 36 36 35 34 33 32 32 30 30 29 29 28 28 28 28 27 27 26 26 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Opponent West Virginia Oklahoma State UTSA Arkansas Baylor Kansas South Dakota Iowa State Oklahoma State UTSA Arkansas Texas Tech South Dakota Texas Tech Baylor Texas Tech Oklahoma State Kansas Baylor Oklahoma Louisiana Tech UTSA Texas Tech Kansas West Virginia TCU Louisiana Tech West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State UTSA UTSA Iowa State TCU Iowa State TCU Louisiana Tech Texas Tech South Dakota Kansas TCU Kansas Texas Louisiana Tech UTSA Baylor Baylor Louisiana Tech

Play/Situation/Result Burton 77 pass from Cook (TD) Jones 72 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at OSU 12) Dimel 53 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at UTSA 17) Dimel 48 pass from Cook (TD) Dimel 46 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at BU 24) Dimel 44 pass from Hubener (1st and Goal at KU 1) Heath 43 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at SD 34) Davis 42 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at ISU 13) Heath 36 pass from Cook (1st and 10 at OSU 39) Davis 36 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at UTSA 23) Jones 35 run (1st and 10 at AR 30) Klein 35 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TT 39) Cook 35 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at SD 35) Cook 34 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TT 45) Hubener 34 run (TD) Klein 33 pass from Hubener (TD) Cook 32 run (1st and 10 at KS 43) Gronkowski 31 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at KU 23) Cook 31 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at BU 37) Cook 31 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at OU 28) Cook 31 pass from Hubener (TD) Burton 31 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at UTSA 48) Klein 30 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TT 28) Hubener 29 run (1st and Goal at KU 8) Burton 28 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at KS 26) Jones 28 run (TD) Cook 28 pass Hubener (1st and 10 at KS 48) Dimel 27 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at WV 21) West 27 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TT 12) Cook 27 run (1st and Goal at OS 3) Cook 27 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at KS 41) Dimel 27 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at UTSA 11) Burton 26 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at IS 48) Hubener 26 run (1st and 10 at TCU 14) Cook 25 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at IS 44) Klein 25 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TCU 39) Simon 25 run (1st and 10 at LT 20) Heath 24 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at TT 28) Burton 24 pass from Hubener (TD) Cook 23 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at KS 46) Hubener 23 run (1st and 10 at KS 48) Hubener 22 run (TD) Jones 22 run (1st and 10 at UT 36) Heath 22 pass from Hubener (TD) Warmack 22 run (1st and Goal at UTSA 6) Hubener 21 run (1st and 10 at BU 35) Jones 21 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at BU 35) Heath 20 pass from Hubener (1st and 10 at LT 27)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 48 (13 run/35 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 8 (0 run/8 pass) Returns Opponent Player Kickoff USD/ISU Burns 100 yards Punt Louisiana Tech Heath 58 yards Interception None Fumble None No. of returns 20+ yards: 25 (22 KR/3 PR/0 Int/0 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 9 (8 KR/1 PR/0 Int/0 Fum)

Opponent TCU Baylor Texas Tech Iowa State TCU Baylor TCU Kansas Texas Tech West Virginia Oklahoma State Texas Arkansas Arkansas Baylor Oklahoma State Baylor Arkansas West Virginia Baylor Oklahoma Louisiana Tech Texas Tech Oklahoma Louisiana Tech TCU Oklahoma State Arkansas Iowa State Texas TCU Iowa State Texas Oklahoma Oklahoma Kansas Oklahoma State Arkansas Kansas Kansas South Dakota Oklahoma State Louisiana Tech West Virginia Texas Tech TCU South Dakota South Dakota Arkansas Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma State Louisiana Tech Arkansas Kansas Iowa State Baylor Baylor Baylor Arkansas Arkansas Texas Tech Texas Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma TCU South Dakota Louisiana Tech

Play/Situation/Result Green 86 run (TD) Coleman 81 pass from Stidham (TD) Washington 80 run (TD) Warren 76 run (TD) Boykin 69 run (TD) Cannon 55 pass from Stidham (TD) Doctson 55 pass from Boykin (TD) Sims 53 pass from Willis (1st and 10 at KS 18) Grant 53 pass from Mahomes (1st and Goal at KS 5) Thompson 51 pass from Howard (1st and 10 at KS 29) Sheperd 47 pass from Rudolph (1st and 10 at KS 31) Gray 46 run (1st and Goal at KS 2) Henry 43 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at KS 14) Sprinkle 41 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at KS 49) Cannon 40 pass from Stidham (1st and 10 at KS 35) Seales 40 pass from Seales (1st and 10 at KS 30) Coleman 38 pass from Stidham (1st and Goal at KS 3) Collins 36 run (1st and 10 at KS 12) Thompson 36 pass from Howard (1st and 10 at KS 35) Coleman 36 pass from Stidham (1st and 10 at KS 45) Westbrook 36 pass from Mayfield (1st and Goal at KS 2) Dixon 36 run (1st and 10 at KS 38) Lauderdale 35 pass from Mahomes (1st and 10 at KS 23) Brooks 34 pass from Knight (1st and 10 at KS 22) Taylor 33 pass from Driskel (1st and 10 at KS 14) Doctson 32 pass from Boykin (TD) Washington 32 pass from Rudolph (TD) Morgan 30 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at KS 27) Lazard 30 pass from Lanning (TD) Swoopes run (1st and Goal at KS 10) Nixon 29 pass from Boykin (1st and 10 at KS 46) Warren 28 run (1st and 10 at KS 43) Bluiett 28 pass from Heard (1st and 10 at UT 43) Mayfield 28 run (1st and Goal at KS 3) Shepard 28 pass from Mayfield (TD) Parmalee 27 pass from Willis (TD) Ateman 27 pass from Rudolph (1st and Goal at KS 3) Cornelius 26 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at KS 29) Cox 26 run (1st and 10 at KS 42) Hartzog 26 pass from Willis (TD) Van Roekel 26 pass from Saeger (1st and 10 at KS 34) Washington 25 pass from Rudolph (1st and 10 at KS 14) Taylor 25 pass from Driskel (1st and 10 at KS 30) Durante 24 pass from Howard (TD) Davis 24 pass from Mahomes (1st and 10 at KS 44) Docton 24 pass from Boykin (1st and 10 at KS 14) Shufford 23 pass from Saeger (1st and 10 at KS 38) Fenchel 23 pass from Saeger (1st and 10 at SD 39) Collins 22 run (TD) Bundrage 22 pass from Lanning (1st and 10 at KS 41) Shepard 22 pass from Mayfield (TD) Shepard 22 pass from Mayfield (1st and 10 at KS 49) Glidden 22 pass from Rudolph (1st and 10 at OS 42) Henderson 22 pass from Driskel (1st and 10 at LT 31) Collins 21 run (1st and 10 at AR 45) Willis 21 run (1st and 10 at KS 29) Ryen 21 pass from Lanning (TD) Linwood 21 pass from Stidham (1st and 10 at KS 12) Lee 21 pass from Stidham (1st and 10 at BU 45) Lee 21 pass from Stidham (1st and 10 at BU 36) Morgan 20 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at AR 46) Sprinkle 20 pass from Allen (1st and 10 at KS 13) Stockton 20 pass from Mahomes (TD) Burton 20 pass from Heard (1st and 10 at KS 32) Brooks 20 run (1st and 10 at KS 37) Westbrook 20 pass from Mayfield (1st and 10 at KS 22) Neal 20 pass from Mayfield (1st and 10 at KS 28) Turpin 20 pass from Boykin (1st and 10 at KS 45) Shufford 20 pass from Saeger (1st and 10 at KS 43) Taylor 20 pass from Driskel (1st and 10 at KS 45)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 70 (15 run/55 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 16 (5 run/11 pass) Returns Opponent Player Kickoff Arkansas Collins 68 yards Punt Iowa State Lazard 46 yards Interception TCU Kindred 60 yards Fumble None No. of returns 20+ yards: 22 (16 KR/3 PR/3 Int/0 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 4 (2 KR/1 PR/1 Int/0 Fum)

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OPPONENT SUPERLATIVES

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 35, Charles Jones vs. Arkansas Longest Touchdown Run: 34, Joe Hubener vs. Baylor Longest Pass: 77, Kody Cook vs. West Virginia Longest TD Pass: 77, Kody Cook vs. West Virginia Longest Punt Return: 58, Dominique Heath vs. Louisiana Tech Longest Kickoff Return: 100, Morgan Burns vs. South Dakota and Iowa State Longest Interception Return: 2, Elijah Lee vs. TCU Most Punts: 11, Nick Walsh vs. West Virginia Longest Punt: 63, Nick Walsh vs. TCU Highest Punt Average: 48.5, Mitch Lochbihler vs. Louisiana Tech Longest Field Goal: 44, Jack Cantele vs. Louisiana Tech Most Field Goals: 4, Jack Cantele vs. Louisiana Tech Most TDs Rushing: 4, Joe Hubener vs. TCU Most TDs Receiving: 2, Kody Cook vs. Louisiana Tech Most TDs Passing: 3, Joe Hubener vs. Louisiana Tech Most Rushing Attempts: 29, Joe Hubener vs. Baylor Most Yards Rushing: 153, Joe Hubener vs. Baylor Most Pass Attempts: 41, Joe Hubener at Texas Tech Most Pass Completions: 19, Joe Hubener at Texas Tech Most Yards Passing: 289, Joe Hubener at Texas Tech Most Receptions: 6, Kody Cook vs. Baylor and Kyle Klein at Texas Tech Most Yards Receiving: 135, Deante Burton vs. West Virginia Most Total Offense: 306, Joe Hubener vs. Iowa State Most All-Purpose Yards: 221, Morgan Burns at Texas Tech Most Interceptions: 2, Elijah Lee vs. TCU Most Tackles: 17, Charmeachealle Moore vs. West Virginia Most Solo Tackles: 16, Charmeachealle Moore vs. West Virginia Most Quarterback Sacks: 3.5, Jordan Willis vs. Louisiana Tech Most Tackles for Loss: 4.0, Travis Britz at Texas and Charmeachealle Moore vs. West Virginia Most Passes Broken Up: 4, Duke Shelley vs. West Virginia * School Record

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 86, Aaron Green, TCU Longest Touchdown Run: 86, Aaron Green, TCU Longest Pass: 81, Jarrett Stidham, Baylor Longest TD Pass: 81, Jarrett Stidham, Baylor Longest Punt Return: 46, Allen Lazard, Iowa State Longest Kickoff Return: 68, Alex Collins, Arkansas Longest Interception Return: 60, Derrick Kindred, TCU Most Punts: 9, Nick Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole, West Virginia Longest Punt: 62, Michael Barden, Texas Tech Highest Punt Average: 51.5, Micharl Barden, Texas Tech Longest Field Goal: 51, Daniel Portillo, UTSA Most Field Goals: 4, Jonathan Barnes, Louisiana Tech Most TDs Rushing: 3, Tyrone Swoopes, Texas; DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech; Alex Collins, Arkansas Most TDs Receiving: 2, five times Most TDs Passing: 5, Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma Most Rushing Attempts: 27, DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech Most Yards Rushing: 248, DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech Most Pass Attempts: 55, Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State Most Pass Completions: 34, Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State Most Yards Passing: 437, Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State Most Receptions: 12, Trent Taylor, Louisiana Tech Most Yards Receiving: 216, Corey Coleman, Baylor Most Total Offense: 425, Trevone Boykin, TCU Most All-Purpose Yards: 284, DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech Most Interceptions: 2, Zach Sanchez, Oklahoma Most Tackles: 13, J.J. Gaines, Texas Tech Most Solo Tackles: 10, Michael Awe, Texas Tech Most Quarterback Sacks: 2.0, Davante Averette, Oklahoma State Most Tackles for Loss: 3.0, three players Most Passes Broken Up: 3, three players * School Record

TEAM

TEAM

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

High 49 258 6 42 19 289 3 81 430 45 6 28 9 85 3 2

(Kansas/West Virginia) (Baylor) (TCU) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech/Iowa State) (Texas Tech) (LA Tech) (TCU) (Baylor) (TCU/Kansas) (LA Tech) (TCU) (UTSA/OSU) (UTSA) (Oklahoma/Baylor) (TCU)

Low 22 65 0 18 5 45 0 47 110 0 0 7 1 5 0 0

(Arkansas) (Oklahoma) (Oklahoma/Texas) (USD) (Oklahoma) (Oklahoma) (UTSA/TCU/OU/KU) (Arkansas) (Oklahoma) (Oklahoma) (TCU) (Oklahoma) (Oklahoma/Kansas) (Oklahoma/Kansas) (UTSA) (Seven Games)

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

High 53 274 5 56 35 441 5 89 658 59 6 32 12 119 4 3

(Texas) (Texas/Texas Tech) (Texas Tech/Arkansas) (Oklahoma State) (Oklahoma State) (Oklahoma State) (Oklahoma) (LA Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (OSU/OU) (Texas Tech) (UTSA) (Baylor) (Iowa State) (Oklahoma)

Low 23 37 0 16 10 99 0 53 229 0 0 14 2 11 0 0

SEASON SUPERLATIVES

KANSAS STATE SUPERLATIVES

(TCU) (UTSA) (USD/UTSA/KU) (Texas) (Texas) (Texas) (UTSA/USD/Texas) (TCU) (UTSA) (USD) (USD) (UTSA) (USD/Iowa State/Arkansas) (USD) (UTSA/Texas/Baylor) (USD/UTSA/LA Tech/ISU)

TURNOVERS

KICKOFFS

KICKOFF RETURNS

Takeaways (Fum/Int): 16 (11/5) Giveaways (Fum/Int): 19 (6/13) Difference: -3 Points Off Turnovers Kansas State 51 Opponents 63 Points Off Turnovers Per Game Kansas State 3.9 Opponents 4.8

Kickoffs: 75 Touchbacks (pct.): 15 (20.0) Fair Catches: 1 Downed Kicks: 2 Out of Bounds: 1 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by KS): 4/1 Opponent Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 56-1,011/18.1 Opponent Touchdowns: 0

Kickoffs: 76 Touchbacks (pct.): 24 (31.6) Fair Catches: 1 Downed Kicks: 0 Out of Bounds: 1 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by Opp): 0/0 Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 50-1,268/25.4 Touchdowns: 4

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GAME ONE SOUTH DAKOTA 0 RV/RV K-STATE 7

K-STATE SHUTS OUT SOUTH DAKOTA, 34-0

0 17

0 3

0 7

- 0 - 34

Sept. 5 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 6:10 p.m. | Att: 53,297

WINSTON DIMEL

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt ret: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff ret: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes USD 16 6 9 1 61 36 1.7 0 85 24 205 18-30-0 6.8 11.4 0 266 66 4.0 2-1 2-11 6-224 37.3 28.7 2 1 0 0 1-65 65.0 -35.0 0 2-4-0 2.0 4-58-0 14.5 0-0-0 0-0-0 30:45 6:43 8:30 8:05 7:27 8 of 18 0 of 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

K-STATE 16 10 6 0 189 41 4.6 2 193 4 147 9-18-0 8.2 16.3 1 336 59 5.7 2-1 8-70 4-179 44.8 43.8 1 1 0 2 7-443 63.3 44.3 3 3-52-0 17.3 1-100-1 100.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 29:15 8:17 6:30 6:55 7:33 5 of 12 0 of 0 4-5 2-5 2-5 2-17 4-4 2-2

• K-State extended its scoring streak to 230 consecutive games on a 100-yard kickoff return by Morgan Burns... It is the ninth-longest active streak in the nation, the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 and the 20th longest alltime... The Wildcats have not been held off the scoreboard since a 12-0 loss at Colorado in 1996... The Wildcats have also scored in 156 consecutive home games dating back to 1991. • Burns’ kickoff return touchdown extended K-State’s streak with a kickoff return to a nation-leading 11-straight years... It was the first time K-State has started a game with a kickoff-return touchdown since Justin McKinney went 88 yards against Florida Atlantic on Sept. 9, 2006... It is also the first kickoff return touchdown to start a season since at least 1936... It was also K-State’s 97th non-offensive touchdown since 1997, which also leads the nation. • K-State earned its first shutout since blanking Texas, 23-0, last season... It was the first in a season opener since backto-back shutouts to open the 1998 (66-0 over Indiana State) and 1999 (40-0 over Temple) seasons... South Dakota ended the game with 61 rushing yards... It was the 21st time in the last 53 games the Wildcats have held their opponents to less than 100 yards rushing. • Eight players made their first career starts, including six underclassmen. • A capacity crowd of 53,297 attended tonight’s game... The sellout crowd was the sixthstraight for a season opener, and the 21st consecutive sellout dating back to 2012.

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Senior Morgan Burns set the tone for the night by returning the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and the defense posted its first shutout in a season opener in 16 seasons, as Kansas State rolled to a 34-0 win before a sellout crowd at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wildcats (1-0) held the Coyotes (0-1) to 266 total yards, including just 61 on the ground, to record its first shutout in a season opener since back-to-back shutouts to open the 1998 (66-0 over Indiana State) and 1999 (40-0 over Temple) seasons. It marked the 21st time in the last 53 games that the squad has held their opponent to less than 100 yards rushing. Overall, it was the first shutout since blanking Texas, 23-0, in 2014. On the offensive side, K-State accumulated 332 yards of total offense, including 185 yards on the ground. Redshirt freshman Justin Silmon led the way with 51 yards on just six carries, including a jaunt of 18 yards, while fellow freshman Winston Dimel added a pair of touchdowns on eight carries for 29 yards. Wuarterback Joe Huebner, who replaced starter Jesse Ertz on the second play of the game due to injury, finished 9-of-18 through the air for 147 yards and a touchdown to go with 38 rushing yards. The day was highlighted by the induction of the four newest Ring of Honor members, as former Wildcats Clarence Scott, Michael Bishop, Darren Sproles and Jordy Nelson watched their names be forever etched into K-State history. In addition, head coach Bill Snyder was recognized before the game for his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame this December. HOW IT HAPPENED | First Half • The Wildcats wasted no time scoring its first touchdown of the 2015 season, Burns returned the opening kickoff 100 yards to start the game to give the Wildcats a 7-0 lead. • Burns’ kickoff return extend K-State’s streak with a kickoff return to 11-straight years. • K-State would extend the lead to 10, thanks to the leg of Matthew McCrane, who converted on a 23-yard field goal with 13:30 left in the second quarter. • The offense then found its rhythm in the second quarter, beginning with a 2-yard touchdown run by Dimel with 9:18 remaining in the second quarter. It marked Dimel’s first touchdown of his career. • The Wildcats added to their lead just four minutes later, as Hubener connected with wide receiver Deante Burton for a 24-yard touchdown reception with 5:45 before halftime. • The defense forced one fumble and allowed just 23 rushing yards on 16 attempts. HOW IT HAPPENED | Second Half • McCrane would score the only points of the third quarter, connecting on a 28-yard field goal to give the Wildcats a 27-0 lead at the 3:08 mark. • Dimel would punch in his second touchdown of the night with 7:28 remaining in the game, scoring from one yard out to complete the scoring at 34-0. • The defense forced two turnover-on-downs in the second half, along with another forced fumble.

SCORING SUMMARY Team KS KS KS KS KS KS

Qtr/Time 1st/14:48 2nd/13:30 2nd/9:18 2nd/5:45 3rd/3:08 4th/7:28

Scoring Play Burns 100 yd kickoff return McCrane 23 yd field goal Dimel 2 yd run Burton 24 yd pass from Hubener McCrane 28 yd field goal Dimel 1 yd run

Conversion McCrane kick McCrane kick McCrane kick McCrane kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 7-19-2:16 5-45-2:07 1-24-0:06 11-46-5:56 10-79-5:20

Score 0-7 0-10 0-17 0-24 0-27 0-34

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Kansas State Rushing Silmon Jones Hubener Dimel Gronkowski Delton Ertz

 South Dakota

Att 6 10 9 8 2 3 1

Yds 51 43 38 29 16 10 5

TD 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Lg 18 7 16 8 11 5 5

Avg 8.5 4.3 4.2 3.6 8.0 3.3 5.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 9-18-0

Yds 147

TD 1

Lg 43

Sack 0

Receiving Heath Cook Burton Klein

Yds 54 41 35 17

TD 0 0 1 0

Lg 43 35 24 17

Rec 3 2 2 2

Rushing Fredrick Bouma Saeger Gunn

Att 8 9 12 6

Yds 19 17 15 11

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 6 6 10 5

Avg 2.4 1.9 1.2 1.8

Passing C-A-I Saeger 18-30-0

Yds 205

TD 0

Lg 26

Sack 2

Receiving Rec Shufford 6 Van Roekel 4 Potter 2 Fenchel 1 Kramer 1 Bouma 1 Donovan 1 Ramsey 1 Hale 1

Yds 79 56 15 23 11 7 5 5 4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 23 26 10 23 11 7 5 5 4


HUBENER STRONG IN K-STATE’S 30-3 WIN

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Sept. 12 | Alamodone | San Antonio, Texas | 11:05 a.m. | Att: 29,424

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TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt ret: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff ret: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes K-STATE 22 9 10 3 175 44 4.0 3 190 15 243 12-23-0 10.6 20.2 0 418 67 6.2 1-0 9-85 4-147 36.8 35.5 0 0 0 1 7-424 60.6 43.9 0 3-1-0 0.3 2-72-0 36.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 35:05 7:20 7:22 12:33 7:50 7 of 14 0 of 0 6-6 3-6 3-6 4-24 3-3 3-3

UTSA 14 3 9 2 37 25 1.5 0 72 35 192 23-37-0 5.2 8.3 0 229 62 3.7 0-0 12-92 8-317 39.6 39.5 5 0 0 0 2-129 64.5 28.5 0 2-5-0 2.5 7-117-0 16.7 0-0-0 0-0-0 24:55 7:40 7:38 2:27 7:10 3 of 14 0 of 2 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-10 0-0 1-1

• K-State has now started 2-0 for a second-straight season and for the fifth time in the last six years... Each of the previous five times K-State started 2-0, the Wildcats won at least seven games and advanced to a bowl... K-State earned its first double-digit victory in a non-conference road game since a 47-7 win at Northern Illinois on September 6, 1997. • K-State broke a seven-game losing streak when playing in a domed stadium... The last win in an enclosed stadium prior to Saturday was a 30-25 triumph at Minnesota (Metrodome) on September 19, 1993. • Kansas State has allowed three points in the first two games of the season, the fewest amount since also allowing three against Western Kentucky (3) and Louisiana-Monroe (0) in 2002... The K-State defense held UTSA to only 72 yards in the second half. • The Wildcats took a 7-3 lead into the locker room at halftime as they pushed their nation-leading streak of consecutive games won when leading at the half to 49 games... Since 1990, the Cats have protected a halftime lead in 175 of their last 180 games when leading at the half. • Joe Hubener made his first-career start, while it was his first start at quarterback since doing so for the junior varsity squad at Cheney High School... He was the first Wildcat to make his first-career start in a non-conference road game since Ell Roberson at USC in 2001 (10-6 W). • Jack Cantele came off the bench to make 3-of-3 field goals... He has now made 19 career field goals, one shy of tying for 10th in school history.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Kansas State scored 30 unanswered points behind a solid performance from junior quarterback Joe Hubener, as the Wildcats topped the UTSA Roadrunners, 30-3, before 29,424 fans at the Alamodome. Overcoming a slow start in the first quarter, K-State (2-0) had no trouble moving the ball, posting 418 yards of total offense on its way to a 27-point win. Holding a narrow 7-3 lead at the half, the Wildcats exploded for 23 points and 254 yards of total offense, including 111 on the ground, in the second half. It marked the second-straight game that the Wildcats scored at least 30 points. Hubener finished the day with a career-high 243 yards passing on 12-of-23 attempts to go with a team-high 58 yards rushing and a touchdown. Hubener was one of six players that helped the Wildcats total 175 yards on the ground on 44 attempts and three touchdowns. Redshirt freshmen Winston Dimel and Justin Silmon each recorded touchdowns, as Silmon picked up his first career score to start the fourth quarter. Dimel led all receivers with 80 yards on two catches, including a 53-yard reception in the second quarter, while senior Andre Davis had 73 yards on a team-high four catches. On the defensive side, K-State allowed just three points on 229 total yards to UTSA (0-2), which had 32 points and 525 yards of total offense in its loss to No. 22 Arizona in the season opener. The Wildcats held the Roadrunners to just 37 rushing yards, the second-straight week that the defense has held an opponent to under 100 yards rushing. The three points allowed through the first two games are the fewest since 2002. Junior linebacker Will Davis led the defense with nine tackles on the day, while senior defensive tackle Travis Britz added four tackles of his own, including two sacks. K-State got a strong performance from back-up kicker Jack Cantele, who replaced Matthew McCrane early in the game after he went out with an injury. Cantele went a perfect 3-of-3 on the day, converting from 29, 27, and 21 yards. UTSA would jump on the scoreboard first, as place-kicker Daniel Portillo converted on a 51yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 45-yard drive on the Roadrunners’ first possession. The teams would trade possessions throughout the first quarter until Hubener scored from one-yard out with 11:34 left in the second quarter. The score capped a 9-play, 88-yard drive by the Wildcats, which was highlighted by Dimel’s 53-yard catch. Leading 7-3 at halftime, K-State responded with an 8-play, 41-yard drive to open the third quarter that was capped by a 29-yard field goal by Cantele at the 10:47 mark that gave the Wildcats a 10-3 lead. All but four yards of the drive came on a 36-yard reception by Davis from Hubener. After forcing a three-and-out, the team added a second Cantele field goal of the quarter – a 27-yarder at the 4:34 mark – to extend the lead to 13-3. The Wildcats pushed their advantage to 20-3 just 10 seconds into the fourth quarter with a 14-yard touchdown run by Silmon, who had 38 of the drive’s 62 yards on five carries. K-State took advantage of terrific field position on its next possession, as the defense stopped the Roadrunners on 4th and 6 from its own 36 with 13:47 left in the fourth quarter. The team drove all the way to the UTSA 2 before a penalty stalled the drive, forcing Cantele’s third field goal of the day – a 21-yarder – to give the Wildcats a 23-3 lead with 10:49 to play. Dimel capped the game off with the team’s third rushing touchdown of the game, punching it in from one yard out for his third score of the year. He finished the game with 98 total yards, including 80 yards receiving. The 10-play, 62-yard drive was highlighted by redshirt freshman Dalvin Warmack’s 22-yard scamper.

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GAME TWO RV/RV K-STATE UTSA

SCORING SUMMARY Team UTSA KS KS KS KS KS KS

Qtr/Time 1st/10:39 2nd/11:34 3rd/10:47 3rd/4:34 4th/14:50 4th/10:49 4th/3:57

Scoring Play Portillo 51 yd field goal Hubener 1 yd run Cantele 29 yd field goal Cantele 27 yd field goal Silmon 14 yd run Cantele 21 yd field goal Dimel 1 yd run

Conversion McCrane kick

Cantele kick Cantele kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 10-45-4:21 9-88-4:32 8-41-4:13 8-69-5:00 7-62/3:30 6-32-2:58 10-62-4:22

Score 0-3 7-3 10-3 13-3 20-3 23-3 30-3

STATISTICAL LEADERS  UTSA

 Kansas State Rushing Hubener Warmack Silmon Dimel Jones Delton

Att 17 5 6 8 7 1

Yds 58 40 40 18 11 8

TD 1 0 1 1 0 0

Lg 15 22 14 5 5 8

Avg 3.4 8.0 6.7 2.2 1.6 8.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 12-23-0

Yds 243

TD 0

Lg 53

Sack 2

Receiving Davis Heath Dimel Cook Burton

Yds 73 25 80 34 31

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 36 10 53 27 31

Rushing Att Williams 10 Bias 1 Bellomy 4 Rhodes 2 Bogenschutz 7 Routsas 1

Yds 31 11 4 2 -5 -6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 10 11 8 1 6 0

Avg 3.1 11.0 1.0 1.0 -0.7 -6.0

Passing

3-4-0

Yds 156 36

TD 0 0

Lg 17 16

Sack 3 1

Receiving Rec Grubb 9 Morgan II 4 Thomas Jr. 3 Taylor 2 Taylor,A 2 Jones 1

Yds 48 45 30 27 20 16

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 8 14 13 17 10 16

Bellomy Rec 4 3 2 2 1

C-A-I

Bogenschutz 20-33-0

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GAME THREE LA TECH RV/RV K-STATE

K-STATE OUTLASTS LOUISIANA TECH IN 3 OTS

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Sept. 19 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 2:05 p.m. | Att: 53,540

KODY COOK

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt ret: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff ret: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes LA TECH 23 12 11 0 137 38 3.6 2 175 38 314 30-51-0 6.2 10.5 1 451 89 5.1 3-2 6-41 5-216 43.2 38.2 2 0 0 1 5-290 58.0 38.6 1 1-26-0 26.0 4-56-0 14.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 28:26 5:26 8:43 6:41 7:36 4 of 18 3 of 4 5-6 3-6 2-6 1-8 3-3 4-5

K-STATE 17 8 8 1 165 45 3.7 1 186 21 195 15-26-0 7.5 13.0 3 360 71 5.1 3-1 4-35 6-248 41.3 37.0 2 2 0 4 6-368 61.3 43.7 2 2-25-0 12.5 4-72-0 18.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 31:34 9:34 6:17 8:19 7:24 6 of 16 0 of 0 6-7 3-7 3-7 6-35 3-3 4-4

• K-State started 3-0 for the first time since 2012 and the 17th time in Bill Snyder’s 24 years... Each of the previous 17 times K-State started 3-0 under Snyder, the Wildcats won at least seven games and advanced to a bowl. • It was the third overtime game in program history and the second-ever at Bill Snyder Family Stadium... It was K-State’s first overtime game since defeating Texas A&M on Nov. 12, 2011, 53-50, in four overtimes... K-State is 2-1 in overtime games, including a 2-0 record at home. • K-State went nine quarters to start the season without allowing a TD, surrendering its first touchdown with 3:30 left in the second quarter... It was the longest streak to start a season in school history in the post-World War II era (1945). • Justin Silmon rushed a career-high and game-high 24 times for a career-high 119 yards... It was the fourth-most rushing yards by a freshman in school history, while it was the first 100-yard game by a K-State running back since John Hubert had 220 yards at Kansas in the 2013 regular-season finale. • Defensive end Jordan Willis carded six tackles, including 3.5 sacks... His sack total ranks second in school history for a single game, just a half sack shy of tying the school record held by Chris Johnson (4.0) at Missouri in 2000. • Linebacker Elijah Lee finished the game with a career-high 12 tackles... His previous career best was six in the season opener against South Dakota, while his season high during his freshman year of 2014 was four against UTEP.

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Junior quarterback Joe Hubener connected on a 31-yard scoring strike to senior wide out Kody Cook in the third overtime to help propel Kansas State past Louisiana Tech, 39-33, on Saturday in front of 53,540 fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. It was just the third time Kansas State (3-0) went into overtime in school history, and the second at Bill Snyder Family Stadium after the Wildcats topped Texas A&M in four overtimes in 2011. After Charles Jones’ 2-point conversion failed leaving the score at 39-33, the Bulldogs (1-2, 0-1 C-USA) still had an opportunity to tie or win the game in the third overtime. However, the Wildcat defense forced quarterback Jeff Driskel to throw four-straight incomplete passes to preserve the victory. Hubener led the K-State attack on offense in just his second-career start, going 15-of-26 for 195 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to Cook. The pivotal play came with the Wildcats backed up to the Louisiana Tech 31 after an illegal block penalty and facing 3rdand-16. Cook recorded a standout day, catching a career-high four passes for a career-high 73 yards and a career-best two touchdowns, while sophomore linebacker Elijah Lee posted a career-high 12 tackles to go with two sacks and a forced fumble. Junior defense end Jordan Willis added six tackles, along with 3.5 sacks and a fumble recovery. Senior place-kicker Jack Cantele went perfect on the day, hitting from 33, 38, 20, 44 yards to tie his career high of four field goals made in a game. Cantele now has made 23 career field goals, ranking him 10th in school history. K-State opened the scoring as Cantele hit a 33-yard field goal to give the ‘Cats a 3-0 lead with 6:03 remaining in the first quarter. Cantele would extend the lead four minutes into the second quarter, connecting on a 38-yard field goal to make it 6-0 at the 11:06 mark. Louisiana Tech took the lead on the game’s first touchdown on a 1-yard run by Driskel, giving the Bulldogs a 7-6 lead at the 3:30 mark. The Bulldogs would strike again 13 seconds before halftime as kicker Jonathan Barnes hit on the first of four field goals on the day, this one from 25 yards out, to push the lead to 10-6. Driskel’s arm again played a major factor in the drive, accounting for 50 of the 59 yards on the drive. Louisiana Tech extended its lead to 13-6 in the third quarter, as Barnes connected on a 39-yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 38-yard drive at the 5:16 mark. K-State scored its first touchdown of the game with just 17 seconds remaining in the third quarter, as Hubener connected with Cook for a 4-yard score to knot the game at 13-all. Driskel gave the Bulldogs the lead again at 20-13 with his second rushing touchdown of the game – an 8-yard scamper – just a few minutes into the fourth quarter. Dominique Heath jump started the offense later in the quarter by returning a punt 58 yards to the Louisiana Tech 7. Jones would score two plays later to tie the game up at 20 with 7:04 to play. K-State then retook the lead with less than three minutes remaining in the game, as Cantele hit on his third field goal of the day – a 21-yarder – to put the Cats ahead 23-20, but Barnes hit a game-tying field goal from 45 yards left with no time left on the clock to send the game to overtime.

SCORING SUMMARY Team KS KS LT LT LT KS LT KS KS LT KS LT LT KS KS

Qtr/Time 1st/6:03 2nd/11:06 2nd/3:30 2nd/0:13 3rd/5:16 3rd/0:17 4th/13:16 4th/7:04 4th/2:44 4th/0:00 OT OT 2OT 2OT 3OT

Scoring Play Cantele 33 yd field goal Cantele 38 yd field goal Driskel 1 yd run Barnes 25 yd field goal Barnes 39 yd field goal Cook 4 yd pass from Hubener Driskel 8 yd run Jones 2 yd run Cantele 20 yd field goal Barnes 45 yd field goal Heath 22 yd pass from Hubener Taylor 6 yd pass from Driskel Barnes 32 yd field goal Cantele 44 yd field goal Cook 31 yd pass from Hubener

Conversion

Barnes kick

Cantele kick Barnes kick Cantele kick

Cantele kick Barnes kick

Jones rush failed

Plays-Yds-TOP 9-64-4:29 12-62-6:11 8-46-2:46 9-59-2:00 10-38-4:51 9-75-4:59 5-79-1:57 2-7-0:48 7-26-4:11 11-60-1:16 3-25 6-25 7-10 4--2 3-25

Score 0-3 0-6 7-6 10-6 13-6 13-13 20-13 20-20 20-23 23-23 23-30 30-30 33-30 33-33 33-39

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Louisiana Tech

 Kansas State Rushing Silmon Jones Hubener Gronkowski Dimel

Att 24 7 8 2 3

Yds 119 33 9 4 1

TD 0 1 0 0 0

Lg 25 13 6 3 3

Avg 5.0 4.7 1.1 2.0 0.3

Passing C-A-I Hubener 15-26-0

Yds 195

TD 3

Lg 31

Sack 1

Receiving Rec Burton 5 Cook 4 Heath 2 Jones 2 Gronkowski 1 Silmon 1

Yds 58 73 42 10 9 3

TD 0 2 1 0 0 0

Lg 19 31 22 6 9 3

Rushing Dixon Driskel Henderson McKnight

Att 17 19 1 1

Yds 81 42 12 2

TD 0 2 0 0

Lg 36 17 12 2

Avg 4.8 2.2 12.0 2.0

Passing C-A-I Driskel 30-51-0

Yds 314

TD 1

Lg 33

Sack 6

Receiving Trent Henderson Dixon McKnight Watts

Yds 148 81 25 39 21

TD 1 0 0 0 0

Lg 33 22 9 17 8

Rec 12 6 5 4 3


LATE FIELD GOAL LIFTS OSU PAST K-STATE

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Oct. 3 | Boone Pickens Stadium | Stillwater, Okla. | 3:05 p.m. | Att: 57,618

KODY COOK

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt ret: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff ret: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes K-STATE 22 9 8 5 144 42 3.4 3 196 52 207 13-25-1 8.3 15.9 2 351 67 5.2 0-0 9-54 6-285 47.5 42.2 0 1 1 3 6-355 59.2 40.3 1 2-0-0 0.0 5-95-0 19.0 1-0-0 1-9-0 34:33 10:57 7:52 7:51 7:53 4 of 11 1 of 1 5-5 5-5 0-5 2-9 4-4 0-1

OSU 26 2 23 1 49 27 1.8 1 83 34 441 35-56-1 7.9 12.6 4 490 83 5.9 1-1 8-95 4-150 37.5 37.5 2 0 0 2 7-420 60.0 39.3 2 2-12-0 6.0 4-88-0 22.0 1-0-0 0-0-0 25:27 4:03 7:08 7:09 7:07 9 of 15 1 of 1 5-5 4-5 1-5 6-40 3-4 1-1

• K-State has now lost fivestraight games in Stillwater as the Wildcats’ last win at OSU came in 1999 with an average margin of defeat being four points. • Kansas State took a 28-20 lead into halftime, seeing a nation-leading 49-game winning streak snapped when leading at the half... The last time K-State lost when leading at halftime was a 41-39 setback at Oklahoma State in 2007 (led 21-17 at half). • The Wildcats were 5-for-5 in the red zone on Saturday with all five scores being touchdowns... K-State only had eight touchdowns in 18 red zone trips over the first three games. • Senior Kody Cook made his 15th career start at wide receiver, but ended up playing a majority of the game at quarterback, completing 10-of-16 passes for 122 yards and two touchdown, while rushing 21 times for 87 yards and another score... He became the first Wildcat since 2007 to rush, pass and catch a touchdown in the same season (Leon Patton), while he is the first Wildcat since at least 1988 to throw multiple touchdown passes in a season while also scoring touchdowns via a run and catch. • Redshirt freshman running back Justin Silmon rushed 15 times for 50 yards and one touchdown... He moved into fourth place in school history in rushing yards among freshmen at 260, passing Darren Sproles (210, 2001) and Daniel Sams (235, 2012). • Sophomore punter Nick Walsh recorded a season-high 47.5-yard average... It was just shy of his career high of 49.2 yards vs. UCLA in 2014.

STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State place-kicker Ben Grogan converted on a 37-yard field goal with 32 seconds left, as the Cowboys rallied past Kansas State, 36-34, at Boone Pickens Stadium. After the Wildcats (3-1, 0-1 Big 12) took the lead 34-33 on a 5-yard touchdown run by junior quarterback Joe Hubener with 3:01 to play, the Cowboys (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) drove 45 yards over 10 plays to set up the game-winning score. K-State has now lost five-straight games at Boone Pickens Stadium by an average margin of just four points. The last Wildcat win in Stillwater came in 1999. K-State led 28-13 after redshirt freshman running Justin Silmon’s 6-yard touchdown run with 4:37 left in the second quarter and held a 28-20 edge at halftime. The Cowboys outscored the Wildcats, 16-6, in the second half to snap K-State’s nation-best 49-game winning streak when leading at halftime. The Wildcats’ offense posted 351 yards in the game, the fourth-straight game with at least 300 yards of total offense. The passing attack was led by senior Kody Cook, who replaced Hubener at quarterback midway through the first quarter. Cook went 10-for-16 for 122 yards and two touchdowns, while adding a team-high 87 yard rushing on 21 carries. Cook also became the first Wildcat since 2007 to rush, pass and catch a touchdown pass in the same season and the first since at least 1988 to throw multiple touchdown passes while scoring touchdowns via a run and a catch. Silmon rushed for 50 yards on 15 carries and one score. The effort moved him into fourth place in school history in rushing yards by a freshman with 260 yards. On the defensive end, junior defensive back Donnie Starks posted a career-high 11 tackles in the game, while sophomore defensive back Kaleb Prewett also set a career high with nine tackles of his own. Senior defensive end Marquel Bryant recorded a sack in the game, tying a career high with three sacks this season. Defensive tackle Will Geary also tied a career high with his sack in the game. K-State scored on its opening drive of the game with a 3-yard touchdown scamper by Cook, but Oklahoma State answered with a touchdown of their own on the next possession as quarterback Mason Rudolph connected with wide receiver James Washington for a 32-yard strike. Cook would give the Wildcats a 14-7 lead with a 1:25 left in the first quarter, connecting with Glenn Gronkowski for a 4-yard touchdown pass. The score was Gronkowski’s first of the season and the fifth touchdown of his career. The Cowboys opened the scoring in the second half on a 4-yard touchdown pass from reserve quarterback J.W. Walsh to wideout Jalen McCleskey. However, the Wildcats would block the extra point, preserving a 14-13 lead. K-State then pushed the lead back to eight points just three minutes later as Cook threw his second touchdown pass of the day – a 17-yard completion to Burton to give the Wildcats a 21-13 lead. The ‘Cats would then take advantage of a Cowboy turnover, scoring in one play on a Silmon run from the 6-yard line to give the Wildcats a 28-13 lead with 4:37 remaining in the second quarter. The lead was cut to eight with 46 seconds remaining in the half, as Oklahoma State took the ball 83 yards in 13 plays to set up a Marcel Ateman touchdown reception. Rudolph converted a pass to Ateman on 3rd-and-18 to keep the drive alive. OSU scored the only points of the third quarter, pulling within two points at the 7-minute mark off of a Raymond Taylor 1-yard touchdown run. Brandon Sheperd’s 3-yard touchdown reception gave Oklahoma State its first lead of the game at 33-28 with 6:06 remaining in the game.

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GAME FOUR 14 RV/RV K-STATE 20/19 OKLA. STATE 7

SCORING SUMMARY Team KS OSU KS OSU KS KS OSU OSU OSU KS OSU

Qtr/Time 1st/10:09 1st/7:31 1st/1:25 2nd/13:14 2nd/10:46 2nd/4:37 2nd/0:46 3rd/7:00 4th/6:06 4th/3:01 4th/0:32

Scoring Play Conversion Cook 3 yd run Cantele kick Washington 32 yd pass from RudolphGrogan kick Gronkowski 4 yd pass from Cook Cantele kick McCleskey 4 yd pass from Walsh Grogan kick blkd Burton 17 yd pass from Cook Cantele kick Silmon 6 yd run Cantele kick Ateman 11 yd pass from Rudolph Grogan kick Taylor 1 yd run Hays pass failed Sheperd 3 yd pass from Rudolph Grogan kick Hubener 5 yd run Hubener pass failed Grogan 37 yd field goal

Plays-Yds-TOP 11-67-4:51 7-66-2:38 11-74-6:06 13-64-3:11 5-75-2:28 1-6-0:06 13-83-3:51 8-71-2:47 5-80-1:53 7-94-3:05 10-45-2:29

Score 7-0 7-7 14-7 14-13 21-13 28-13 28-20 28-26 28-33 34-33 34-36

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Oklahoma State

 Kansas State Rushing Cook Silmon Hubener

Att 21 15 4

Yds 87 50 8

TD 1 1 1

Lg 32 8 11

Avg 4.1 3.3 2.0

Passing C-A-I Cook 10-16-0 Hubener 3-9-1

Yds 122 85

TD 2 0

Lg 36 72

Sack 4 1

Receiving Rec Heath 3 Klein 3 Burton 2 Davis 2 Jones 1 West 1 Gronkowski 1

Yds 49 36 33 7 72 6 4

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Lg 36 17 17 12 72 6 4

Rushing Taylor McCleske Carr Washington

Att 9 2 6 1

Yds 35 19 15 10

TD 1 0 0 0

Lg 8 12 6 10

Avg 3.9 9.5 2.5 10.0

Passing C-A-I Rudolph 34-55-1 Walsh 1-1-0

Yds 437 4

TD 3 1

Lg 47 4

Sack 2 0

Receiving Rec Glidden 8 Washington 7 Ateman 6 Hays 5 Sheperd 3 McCleskey 3 Seales 1 Lacy 1

Yds 83 100 101 32 56 12 40 15

TD 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0

Lg 22 32 27 9 47 4 40 15

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GAME FIVE TCU RV/RV K-STATE

NO. 2 TCU RALLIES PAST K-STATE

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14 0

21 10

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Oct. 10 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 6:35 p.m. | Att: 53,671

JOE HUBENER

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes TCU 22 7 13 2 242 23 10.5 4 247 5 301 20-30-2 10.0 15.1 2 543 53 10.2 1-0 11-81 3-99 33.0 27.0 0 0 0 0 9-563 62.6 39.8 7 0-0-0 0.0 7-144-0 20.6 1-60-1 0-0-0 20:15 4:22 2:51 6:22 6:40 5 of 9 0 of 0 2-3 2-3 0-3 2-15 5-5 1-1

K-STATE 28 14 8 6 228 48 4.8 6 261 33 157 13-33-1 4.8 12.1 0 385 81 4.8 1-1 3-35 5-218 43.6 43.6 3 1 0 4 8-429 53.6 35.6 0 2-18-0 9.0 2-30-0 15.0 2-2-0 0-0-0 39:45 10:38 12:09 8:38 8:20 8 of 14 0 of 0 6-6 5-6 1-6 0-0 6-6 1-1

• K-State scored 35 first-half points, the most since scoring 35 at Texas Tech in 2013... Of the 35 first-half points, 28 came in the second quarter, the most since also scoring 28 in the third quarter against Kansas in 2012. • K-State extended its scoring streak to 234 consecutive games, while the Wildcats have now scored at least two touchdowns in in a game to 56-straight games, the third-longest active streak in the nation. • A week after going 5-for-5 on touchdowns in the red zone at Oklahoma State, the Wildcats were 6-for-6 in the red zone on Saturday night with six touchdowns... K-State only had eight touchdowns in 18 red zone trips over the first three games. • Senior quarterback Joe Hubener set career highs in rushing attempts, yards and touchdowns... His 111 yards on the ground were the most by a K-State quarterback since Jake Waters ran for 138 yards at Iowa State in 2004... His four rushing touchdowns tied for third in school history, one shy of the school record. • Charles Jones recorded his fifth career game with two or more rushing TDs and his first since the 2014 Oklahoma State game... His second-quarter touchdown run spanned 28 yards, which bettered his career high by 10 yards (18 yards at ISU in 2014). • Sophomore linebacker Elijah Lee recorded the first two interceptions of his career to go along with his three tackles... It was the first time a Wildcat had two picks in a game since Morgan Burns and Travis Green each had two last year against Texas Tech.

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin connected with Josh Doctson for a 55yard touchdown pass with 1:10 remaining in the game as the Horned Frogs defeated K-State, 52-45, in front of 53,671 fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wildcats (3-2, 0-2 Big 12) saw most of its offensive production on the ground, rushing for 228 total yards on and scoring six rushing touchdowns. Junior quarterback Joe Hubener led all rushers with 111 yards on the ground and four rushing touchdowns, while Charles Jones added 75 yards and two touchdowns of his own. Junior Deante Burton led all Wildcat receivers with a career-high five catches for a career-high 65 yards. Fellow junior Kyle Klein also added a career-high 57 yards on a career-high four catches. On defense, the Wildcats were led by sophomore Elijah Lee, whose two interceptions were the first of his career. Sean Newlan and Donnie Starks each recorded five solo tackles in the game. TCU (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) wasted no time getting on the board, scoring on its first play from scrimmage as Aaron Green scampered for an 86-yard touchdown run 18 seconds into the game. K-State answered with a touchdown of its own on its first drive with a two-yard touchdown run by Hubener to tie the game at 7-7. Doctson’s 32-yard touchdown reception from Boykin would give the Frogs a 14-7 lead at the 7:46 mark of the first quarter, but Hubener punched in his second score of the night, a 17-yard run, to tie the game up at 14 apiece with 12:51 remaining in the second quarter. The Frogs regained the lead on their next drive as kicker Jaden Oberkrom connected on a 50-yard field goal to push the lead to 17-14, but K-State took its first lead of the game at the 6:56 mark of the second quarter as Jones scored on a career long 28-yard rush to give the Wildcats a 21-17 lead. After the defense forced a Boykin interception, Jones would score his second rushing touchdown of the night to extend the lead to 28-17. Later, a 12-yard TCU punt set up the Wildcats with great field position for a second-straight position and the Wildcats would capitalize, as Hubener rushed for his third touchdown to give the ‘Cats a 35-17 lead. TCU cut into the lead early in the second half as Derrick Kindred returned a Hubener interception 60 yards to push the score to 35-24, and the Frogs would score six minutes later to cut the lead to just four points as Green scored from eight yards out. The Wildcats scored their first points of the second half at the 12:21 mark in the fourth quarter as Hubener scored his fourth touchdown to give the ‘Cats a 42-31, but the back-and-forth game went on as Boykin answered with a touchdown of his own with 7:55 remaining in the game, taking the ball himself for a 14-yard touchdown run. TCU attempted a two-point conversion, but the try was no good, giving K-State a five point lead at 42-37. TCU regained the lead with just over six minutes remaining as Boykin scampered for a 69-yard score. A successful two-point conversion would give the Frogs a 45-42 lead. Place-kicker Jack Cantele tied the game at 45-45 with 1:47 remaining after he connected on a 37-yard field goal. However, TCU answered two plays later to seal the game as Boykin connected with Doctson on a 55-yard pass to give the Frogs a 52-45 lead with 1:10 left in the game.

SCORING SUMMARY Team TCU KS TCU KS TCU KS KS KS TCU TCU KS TCU TCU KS TCU

Qtr/Time 1st/14:42 1st/9:39 1st/7:46 2nd/12:51 2nd/11:32 2nd/6:56 2nd/4:56 2nd/0:22 3rd/13:16 3rd/7:14 4th/12:21 4th/7:55 4th/6:07 4th/1:47 4th/1:10

Scoring Play Green 86 yd run Hubener 2 yd run Doctson 32 yd pass from Boykin Hubener 17 yd run Oberkrom 50 yd field goal Jones 28 yd run Jones 7 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Kindred 60 yd interception return Green 8 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Boykin 14 yd run Boykin 69 yd run Cantele 37 yd field goal Doctson 55 yd pass from Boykin

Conversion Oberkrom kick Cantele kick Oberkrom kick Cantele kick Cantele kick Cantele kick Cantele kick Oberkrom kick Oberkrom kick Cantele kick Boykin pass failed Doctson pass Oberkrom kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 1-86-0:18 9-64-4:58 6-59-1:42 10-76-5:39 5-42-1:14 8-75-4:36 4-24-1:44 7-40-3:40 9-88-4:09 10-45-5:46 11-70-4:22 2-75-0:44 8-55-4:20 2-64-0:30

Score 7-0 7-7 14-7 14-14 17-14 17-21 17-28 17-35 24-35 31-35 31-42 37-42 45-42 45-45 52-45

STATISTICAL LEADERS  TCU

 Kansas State Att 26 13 6 2 1

Yds 111 75 22 14 6

TD 4 2 0 0 0

Lg 26 28 10 8 6

Avg 4.3 5.8 3.7 7.0 6.0

Rushing Boykin Green

Passing C-A-I Hubener 13-33-1

Yds 157

TD 0

Lg 25

Sack 2

Receiving Burton Klein Heath Reuter

Yds 65 57 26 9

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 17 25 10 9

Rushing Hubener Jones Silmon Heath Gronkowski

Rec 5 4 3 1

Att 11 11

Yds 124 121

TD 2 2

Lg 69 86

Avg 11.3 11.0

Passing C-A-I Boykin 20-30-2

Yds 301

TD 2

Lg 55

Sack 0

Receiving Doctson Nixon Turpin White Story

Yds 155 51 57 18 20

TD 2 0 0 0 0

Lg 55 29 20 6 11

Rec 8 4 3 3 2


K-STATE FALLS TO OKLAHOMA

14 0

21 0

13 0

7 0

- 55 - 0

Oct. 17 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 2:41 p.m. | Att: 52,867

SEAN NEWLAN

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes OU 30 12 18 0 232 52 4.5 1 262 30 336 25-32-0 10.5 13.4 5 568 84 6.8 1-0 3-24 2-76 38.0 38.0 0 0 0 1 10-598 59.8 38.4 7 0-0-0 0.0 0-0-0 0.0 3-62-1 0-0-0 34:22 6:24 7:20 7:53 12:45 9 of 15 1 of 2 6-6 4-6 2-6 6-31 7-7 2-2

K-STATE 7 5 2 0 65 31 2.1 0 103 38 45 5-22-3 2.0 9.0 0 110 53 2.1 0-0 1-5 8-320 40.0 40.0 3 1 0 6 1-65 65.0 40.0 1 1-0-0 0.0 3-39-0 13.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 25:38 8:36 7:40 7:07 2:15 3 of 14 0 of 0 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-16 0-0 0-1

• Oklahoma extended its winning streak over K-State in Manhattan to six games as the Sooners have not lost in Manhattan since 1996... The road team has won each of the last five meetings as the last home team to win was Oklahoma in 2009. • A capacity crowd of 52,867 attended today’s game... It was the 24th consecutive sellout dating back to 2012 and its 33rd sellout since the 2009 season... It was also the 16th-largest crowd in school history as 17 of the 20 largest home crowds have come since the beginning of 2013. • K-State had its scoring streak of 234 consecutive games ended... It was the ninth-longest active streak in the nation, the second-longest active streak in the Big 12 and the 20th longest all-time... The Wildcats were held off the scoreboard for the first time since a 12-0 loss at Colorado in 1996... The scoring streak endured 153 conference games... K-State snapped a home scoring streak to 158-straight games as it was last held scoreless at home on Oct. 26, 1991 by Colorado (10-0). • This was the worst home loss in terms of scoring margin by K-State in the Bill Snyder era and the worst loss by final margin since Oct. 26, 1974 at Oklahoma (63-0). • Kansas State threw three interceptions this afternoon... It was the first time the Wildcats threw three picks in a game since Oct. 5, 2013 at Oklahoma State. • Sophomore defensive tackle Will Geary set career highs in tackles (8), tackles for loss (3) and sacks (2).

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State had no answer for Oklahoma’s offense as the Sooners put up 568 total yards on their way to a 55-0 victory over the Wildcats in front of a sold-out Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The loss marked the first time the Wildcats have been shutout at home since the 1991 season. K-State’s offense struggled to get anything going in the game, putting up 110 total yards in the game. Quarterbacks Joe Hubener and Kody Cook went a combined 5-for-22 for 45 yards and three interceptions between the pair. Cook led all K-State rushers with 19 yards on the ground on 11 attempts. Junior Charles Jones led all running backs with 18 yards on five attempts. Overall, the Wildcats tallied 65 yards on the ground. Sophomore defensive back Sean Newlan led K-State with a career-high 14 tackles. Redshirt freshman Sam Sizelove also had a career day, adding a career-high eight tackles, six of which were solo tackles. Sophomore defensive tackle Will Geary also set three new careers with eight tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks in the game. Quarterback Baker Mayfield led the Oklahoma offensive attack with five passing touchdowns on 20-of-27 attempts and 282 yards. Twelve different receivers caught passes led by Dede Westbrook’s five catches for 85 yards. Wide out Sterling Shepard had a pair of touchdown receptions on 83 yards receiving. Running back Joe Mixon had 73 yards on 15 carries to pace a Sooner rushing group that accumulated 232 yards on 30 carries. Oklahoma opened the scoring 64 seconds into the game, taking the ball 75 yards in five plays to take the early 7-0 lead as Mayfield connected with Shepard for a 22-yard touchdown pass. Mayfield was perfect on the drive, completing all four of his passes for 71 yards. The Sooners took advantage of good field position after a Hubener interception as Mixon caught a 10-yard pass from Mayfield to give the Sooners a 14-0 lead with nine minutes left in the first quarter. Mayfield threw his third touchdown pass three minutes into the second quarter, connecting with Shepard on a 28-yard pass to push the lead to 21-0. Oklahoma scored again with 7:29 remaining in the first half as wide receiver Mark Andrews caught a 3-yard pass from Mayfield, capping an 8-play, 58-yard drive to give Oklahoma a 28-0 advantage. Another Hubener interception led to a fifth OU touchdown after the Sooners took the ball 27 yards on five plays to extend their lead to 35-0. The score was Mayfield’s fifth touchdown pass of the half. Defensive back Zack Sanchez returned a Cook pass 38-yards to give the Sooners a 42-0 lead just 22 seconds into the second half. The interception was Sanchez’s second pick of the game. The Sooners tacked on three more points five minutes later as placekicker Austin Seibert connected on a field goal – a 20-yarder – to extend the lead to 45-0. A 36-yard pass from Mayfield to Westbrook set up the field goal attempt. Seibert added another field goal, this one from 19-yards, on the Sooners’ next drive to push the lead to 48-0. Oklahoma scored its final touchdown at the 9:44 mark of the fourth quarter, as Mixon scored the only rushing touchdown of the game to give the Sooners a 55-0 lead. The rush capped a 7:42 drive which went for 53 yards on 12 plays.

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GAME SIX OKLAHOMA NR/RV K-STATE

19/19

SCORING SUMMARY Team OU OU OU OU OU OU OU OU OU

Qtr/Time 1st/13:56 1st/8:33 2nd/12:00 2nd/7:29 2nd/4:59 3rd/14:38 3rd/9:27 3rd/3:28 4th/9:44

Scoring Play Shepard 22 yd pass from Mayfield Mixon 10 yd pass from Mayfield Shepard 28 yd pass from Mayfield Andrews 3 yd pass from Mayfield Westbrook 4 yd pass from Mayfield Sanchez 38 yd interception return Seibert 20 yd field goal Seibert 19 yd field goal Mixon 1 yd run

Conversion Seibert kick Seibert kick Seibert kick Seibert kick Seibert kick Seibert kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 5-75-1:04 2-16-0:27 5-80-1:26 8-58-2:51 5-27-1:39 9-49-3:33 12-55-4:20 13-94-5:03

Seibert kick

Score 7-0 14-0 21-0 28-0 35-0 42-0 45-0 48-0 55-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Oklahoma

 Kansas State Rushing Cook Jones Hubener Gronkowski Silmon

Att 11 5 9 1 3

Yds 19 18 16 7 3

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 16 8 7 7 4

Avg 1.7 3.6 1.8 7.0 1.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 4-14-2 Cook 1-8-1

Yds 39 6

TD 0 0

Lg 31 6

Sack 2 4

Receiving Cook Davis Klein Heath

Yds 38 6 5 -4

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 31 6 5 0

Rec 2 1 1 1

Rushing Mixon Perine Brooks Mayfield

Att 15 11 11 9

Yds 73 56 41 33

TD 1 0 0 0

Lg 15 13 20 28

Avg 4.9 5.1 3.7 3.7

Passing C-A-I Mayfield 20-27-0 Knight 4-4-0

Yds 282 53

TD 5 0

Lg 36 34

Sack 3 0

Receiving Westbrook Shepard Neal Mixon Perine Brooks Bothun

Yds 85 83 55 29 20 34 11

TD 1 2 0 1 0 0 0

Lg 36 28 20 14 16 34 11

Rec 5 4 4 3 2 1 1

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GAME SEVEN K-STATE TEXAS

K-STATE RALLY FALLS SHORT AT TEXAS

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3 0

0 7

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Oct. 24 | Texas Memorial Stadium | Austin, Texas | 11:06 p.m. | Att: 88,283

CHARLES JONES

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes K-STATE 15 9 5 1 135 37 3.6 0 178 43 107 11-24-1 4.5 9.7 1 242 61 4.0 2-0 5-27 7-283 40.4 32.0 1 1 3 0 3-170 56.7 42.0 0 1-11-0 11.0 3-72-0 24.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 29:20 5:45 7:01 6:41 9:53 4 of 14 1 of 2 2-2 1-2 1-2 1-5 0-0 1-1

UT 20 15 5 0 274 53 5.2 3 301 27 99 10-16-0 6.2 9.9 0 373 69 5.4 0-0 3-35 6-222 37.0 28.5 1 1 2 0 4-258 64.5 40.2 1 2--1-0 -0.5 3-44-0 14.7 1-0-0 0-0-0 30:40 9:15 7:59 8:19 5:07 7 of 15 0 of 1 4-5 3-5 1-5 5-33 2-2 1-1

• Saturday’s game between Kansas State and Texas was the 16th meeting between the two teams as the Wildcats now hold a 9-7 advantage, but are just 3-6 in Austin... K-State dropped its fourth-straight game as the Wildcats are now in the midst of their first fourgame losing skid since a fivegame skid in 2008 and the first under head coach Bill Snyder since losing five-straight in 2005. • Kansas State has only scored nine total points in its last two games, the fewest in a two-game stretch since 2006 (6 points vs. Louisville, 3 points at Baylor). • Junior running back Charles Jones rushed 18 times for 122 yards... It was his first-career 100-yard rushing game and thus a new career high... His previous career best was 76 yards against UTEP on Sept. 27, 2014... It was the second time this season a K-State running back eclipsed the 100yard mark (Justin Silmon, 119 vs. Louisiana Tech) after no running back reached the mark in 2014. • Senior defensive tackle Travis Britz came away with a career-high nine tackles... He bettered his previous career high of seven last season against TCU... He also had a career-high 4.0 tackles for loss, the most by a Wildcat in a single game since Ian Campbell had 5.0 against Illinois State in 2006. • Senior cornerback Morgan Burns carded two tackles and a pass breakup... He now has at least one pass breakup in each of his last eight games played dating back to the 2014 season.

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AUSTIN, Texas – Kansas State’s rally from an early deficit fell short late in the second half, as Texas posted a 23-9 win on a rainy Saturday in front of 88,283 at DKR Texas-Memorial Stadium. The Wildcats were down 16-0 midway through the second quarter before scoring nine straight points, including a 7-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Hubener to wide receiver Dominque Heath just before halftime, to close the gap. A fourth-quarter touchdown by the Longhorns put the game out of reach. Texas did its damage on the ground, rushing for 274 yards and three touchdowns, as running back Johnathan Gray had 103 yards on 18 carries. Backup quarterback Tyrone Swoopes scored all three of the Longhorns touchdowns on seven carries for 50 yards. Quarterback Jerrod Heard was 10-for-15 on the day for 99 yards. Heard also added 61 yards on the ground on 15 carries. Kansas State doubled its offensive production from last week, putting up 242 total yards, including 135 yards on the ground. Running back Charles Jones led all rushers with career-high 122 total yards on 18 attempts. It was Jones’ first 100-yard game of his career. Hubener went 10-for-22 on the day for 97 yards with a touchdown and a pick. Backup quarterback Kody Cook was 1-for-2 in the game for 10 yards. Deante Burton led all Wildcat receivers with 39 yards. Heath added 23 yards on two receptions, including the Wildcats’ only touchdown of the game. On defense, senior defensive end Travis Britz set a new career highs with nine tackles and four tackles for loss. The four tackles for loss are the most by a Wildcat in a single game since 2006. Redshirt freshman Kendall Adams recorded a career-high seven tackles in his first career start. Texas scored on its opening possession of the game, taking the ball 42 yards on 15 plays to set up a 28-yard field goal from Nick Rose to give the Longhorns a 3-0 lead. All 42 yards on the drive came on the ground to set up the field goal. The Longhorns strung together another long drive on their next possession as Swoopes scored from 1-yard out, capping a 13-play, 80-yard drive to extend the lead to 10-0. D’Onta Foreman rushed for 28 yards, including a 15-yard run, to set up the score. Swoopes scored his second touchdown of the day from two yards out on Texas’ third possession, but a failed rush gave the Longhorns a 16-0 lead. The play was highlighted by a 46-yard scamper by Gray, who went for 63 yards on the drive. K-State scored its first points of the game with 32 seconds remaining in the first half as a Hubener connected with Heath on a 7-yard touchdown pass. Despite an unsuccessful two-point conversion, the Wildcats pulled within 10 points of the Longhorns at 16-6 at halftime. The Wildcats pulled even closer in the third quarter, as placekicker Jack Cantele connected on a 36-yard field goal to make the score 16-9. Jones rushed 26 of the drives 44 yards to set up the field goal. Texas scored the only points of the fourth quarter, as Swoopes punched it in from 10 yards out for his third score of the game to seal the victory. Swoopes accounted for all 52 yards on the 3-play drive.

SCORING SUMMARY Team UT UT UT KS KS UT

Qtr/Time 1st/6:37 2nd/12:38 2nd/6:48 2nd/0:32 3rd/7:18 4th/1:47

Scoring Play Rose 28 yd field goal Swoopes 1 yd run Swoopes 2 yd run Heath 7 yd pass from Hubener Cantele 36 yd field goal Swoopes 10 yd run

Conversion Rose kick TEAM rush failed Hubener pass failed Rose kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 15-42-6:19 13-80-5:18 8-80-3:32 10-78-4:43 9-44-4:16 3-52-1:15

Score 0-3 0-10 0-16 6-16 9-16 9-23

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Texas

 Kansas State Rushing Jones Hubener Silmon Cook

Att 18 15 2 2

Yds 122 18 -2 -3

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 22 18 3 0

Avg 6.8 1.2 -1.0 -1.5

Passing C-A-I Hubener 10-22-1 Cook 1-2-0

Yds 97 10

TD 1 0

Lg 16 10

Sack 4 1

Receiving Rec Burton 5 Heath 2 Davis 2 Gronkowski 1 Klein 1

Yds 39 23 17 16 12

TD 0 1 0 0 0

Lg 10 16 10 16 12

Rushing Gray Heard Swoopes Foreman Warren III

Att 18 15 7 10 2

Yds 103 61 50 43 19

TD 0 0 3 0 0

Lg 46 16 29 15 14

Avg 5.7 4.1 7.1 4.3 9.5

Passing C-A-I Heard 10-15-0 Swoopes 0-1-0

Yds 99 0

TD 0 0

Lg 28 0

Sack 1 0

Receiving Johnson Burt Bluiett Beck

Yds 41 25 28 5

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 14 20 28 5

Rec 6 2 1 1


CATS DROP CLOSE DECISION TO NO. 2 BAYLOR

14 7

7 0

7 3

3 14

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Nov. 5 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 6:35 p.m. | Att: 52,108

JOE HUBENER

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes BU 20 5 14 1 103 34 3.0 1 127 24 419 23-33-0 12.7 18.2 3 522 67 7.8 1-0 11-119 4-111 27.8 27.8 1 0 0 1 6-323 53.8 40.0 1 0-0-0 0.0 3-40-0 13.3 2-0-0 0-0-0 21:59 2:42 5:29 5:49 7:59 5 of 14 3 of 3 3-4 2-4 1-4 1-15 4-4 1-2

K-STATE 22 15 6 1 258 48 5.4 2 280 22 172 13-23-2 7.5 13.2 1 430 71 6.1 2-1 7-39 3-107 35.7 29.0 0 0 1 1 5-261 52.2 34.2 2 1-0-0 0.0 5-58-0 11.6 0-0-0 0-0-0 38:01 12:18 9:31 9:11 7:01 4 of 11 2 of 3 3-3 2-3 1-3 3-13 3-3 1-1

• K-State’s first touchdown drive took 17 plays and 9 minutes, 17 seconds... It was the longest drive in terms of plays since the 2014 Alamo Bowl against UCLA (17 plays) and the longest in terms of time since a 9 minute, 54 second touchdown drive against Washington in the 1999 Holilday Bowl. • Junior quarterback Joe Hubener logged career highs in rushes (29) and rushing yards (153)... His 153 yards were the fifth most in school history by a quarterback... It was his second career 100-yard game after a 111-yard effort against TCU, a game in which he had a then-career high 26 carries. • Junior running back Charles Jones rushed 16 times for 76 yards... Jones has accounted for 281 of his season total 378 rushing yards in his last four games, which featured a 122yard effort in the last game at Texas... Jones has rushed for 75 or more yards five times in his career, including three times this season... Tonight’s game put Jones’ career rushing total at 918 yards, 82 yards shy of becoming the 27th player in school history with 1,000 career rushing yards. • Redshirt freshman running back Justin Silmon rushed twice times for 28 yards... He moved into second place in school history in rushing yards among freshmen at 311 yards, passing Parrish Fisher (289 yards; 2005) and Roosevelt Duncan (304 yards; 1976). • Senior wide receiver Kody Cook led the Wildcats with a career-high six receptions for 71 yards... Cook has two career games with 70 or more yards receiving (career-high: 73 vs. Louisiana Tech).

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State rallied for 14 points in the fourth quarter to pull within a touchdown, but a late interception helped No. 2/2 Baylor hold on for a 31-24 win in front of a sold-out Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The 31 points were the fewest scored by the Bear offense since scoring 27 at West Virginia during the 2014 season. Baylor true freshman quarterback Jarret Stidham led the way for the Bears in his first-career start, going 23-for-33 for 419 yards and three touchdowns. Stidham also added a score on the ground. Wide receiver Corey Coleman recorded 216 receiving yards and two touchdowns. K-State quarterback Joe Hubener led the way for the Wildcats, rushing for a career-high 153 yards on a career-high 29 attempts with two touchdowns. He also added 151 yards through the air, going 12-for-21 with a touchdown pass. Wide-out Kody Cook also had a career night receiving, leading all Wildcat wide receivers with a career-high 71 yards on a career-high six catches. Sophomore Sean Newlan led all Wildcat defenders with nine tackles. Junior linebacker Will Davis recorded his first sack, in the first half, while fellow junior Donnie Starks posted a career-high two pass breakups. Baylor opened the scoring on its opening drive, capping off a seven-play, 81-yard drive in 1:46 with a one-yard touchdown run by Stidham to give the Bears a 7-0 lead. The 1-yard touchdown run was the first score of the true freshman’s career. The Wildcats answered with a touchdown on the next drive as Hubener scored from a yard out to tie the game at 7-7. The drive went for 88 yards on 17 plays and was highlighted by two successful fourth-down conversions to keep the drive alive. It was also the longest drive in terms of time since a 9 minute, 54 second touchdown drive against Washington in the 1999 Holiday Bowl. Stidham threw his first career touchdown pass four plays later, connecting with K.D. Cannon on a 55-yard touchdown pass to extend the lead to 14-7, and the Bears wasted no time after a Hubener interception as Stidham connected with Coleman on an 81-yard touchdown pass at the 7:06 mark of the second quarter. K-State scored on its opening drive of the second half as placekicker Jack Cantele connected on a 36-yard field goal to cut the lead to 11 at 21-10. Coleman scored his second touchdown of the night for the Bears on a 3-yard pass from Stidham to give Baylor a 28-10 lead with 5:10 remaining in the third quarter, and BU extended its lead to 31-10 with 12:20 remaining in the fourth quarter as placekicker Chris Callahan hit a 39-yard field goal. Hubener scored his eighth rushing touchdown of the season to pull the Wildcats within 14 points at 31-17 as the quarterback took the ball 34 yards for the score with 9:47 remaining in the game. The 34-yard rush was the longest of Hubener’s career. The Wildcats scored a touchdown on their next possession as Hubener hooked up with Deante Burton for a 10-yard touchdown pass with 4:07 left in the game to push the score to 31-24. Fullback Winston Dimel’s 46-yard reception highlighted the scoring drive for the Wildcats.

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GAME EIGHT BAYLOR K-STATE

2/2/6

SCORING SUMMARY Team BU KS BU BU KS BU BU KS KS

Qtr/Time 1st/13:14 1st/3:53 1st/2:57 2nd/7:06 3rd/10:47 3rd/5:10 4th/12:20 4th/9:47 4th/4:07

Scoring Play Stidham 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Cannon 55 yd pass from Stidham Coleman 81 yd pass from Stidham Cantele 36 yd field goal Coleman 3 yd pass from Stidham Callahan 39 yd field goal Hubener 34 yd run Burton 10 yd pass from Hubener

Conversion Callahan kick Cantele kick Callahan kick Callahan kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 7-81-1:46 17-88-9:17 4-75-0:56 1-81-0:10 9-49-4:08 8-68-2:39 15-58-4:19 5-84-2:26 7-77-4:21

Callahan kick Cantele kick Cantele kick

Score 7-0 7-7 14-7 21-7 21-10 28-10 31-10 31-17 31-24

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Baylor

 Kansas State Att 29 16 2 1

Yds 153 76 28 1

TD 2 0 0 0

Lg 34 13 19 1

Avg 5.3 4.8 14.0 1.0

Rushing Linwood Chafin Coleman Stidham

Att 13 10 2 7

Yds 72 39 2 1

TD 0 0 0 1

Lg 11 11 1 8

Avg 5.5 3.9 1.0 0.1

Passing C-A-I Hubener 12-21-1 Cook 1-2-1

Yds 151 21

TD 1 0

Lg 46 21

Sack 1 0

Passing C-A-I Stidham 23-33-0

Yds 419

TD 3

Lg 81

Sack 3

Receiving Cook Dimel Jones Burton Heath

Yds 71 58 23 17 3

TD 0 0 0 1 0

Lg 31 46 21 10 3

Receiving Coleman Cannon Lee Linwood Penning

Yds 216 108 61 29 5

TD 2 1 0 0 0

Lg 81 55 21 21 5

Rushing Hubener Jones Silmon Gronkowski

Rec 6 2 2 2 1

Rec 11 4 4 3 1

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GAME NINE K-STATE TEXAS TECH

CATS COME UP SHORT IN HIGH-SCORING AFFAIR

7 28

14 7

7 10

16 14

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Nov. 14 | Jones AT&T Stadium | Lubbock, Texas | 2:40 p.m. | Att: 53,833

MORGAN BURNS

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes K-STATE 19 6 11 2 123 34 3.6 3 141 18 289 19-42-1 6.9 15.2 2 412 76 5.4 1-1 7-55 7-302 43.1 38.4 4 1 1 3 6-369 61.5 42.8 3 2-34-0 17.0 7-221-1 31.6 0-0-0 0-0-0 30:44 6:47 9:51 7:26 6:40 7 of 17 1 of 2 5-5 4-5 1-5 2-22 5-5 1-1

TT 32 15 16 1 274 40 6.8 5 296 22 384 33-43-0 8.9 11.6 3 658 83 7.9 1-1 7-73 4-206 51.5 43.0 0 2 0 0 10-597 59.7 30.1 3 1-13-0 13.0 3-37-0 12.3 1-32-0 1-2-0 29:16 8:13 5:09 7:34 8:20 7 of 12 0 of 0 7-7 7-7 0-7 2-11 8-8 1-2

• The kickoff-return touchdown by Morgan Burns was the fifth non-offensive touchdown by K-State in its last four trips to Texas Tech... In 2009, Jeffrey Fitzgerald returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown... In 2011, Nigel Malone returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown and Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards to paydirt... In 2013, Ty Zimmerman picked off a pass and returned it 43 yards for a score. • Senior wide receiver Kyle Klein hauled in six passes for 131 yards, which featured a 35-yard reception... It was a new career high in all three categories... His previous career highs were four receptions for 57 yards, including a long of 25, against TCU on October 10... It was the first 100-yard receiving game by a Wildcat this season. • Senior Morgan Burns returned seven kickoffs for a school-record 221 yards and one touchdown... He took Texas Tech’s first kickoff 93 yards for a score... His 221 yards broke the school record held by Aubrey Quarles at North Texas in 2010 (197)... It was the most kickoff-return yards in the Big 12 since Texas’ Fozzy Whittaker had 252 yards against Oklahoma State in 2011... He moved into fifth place in school history in career kickoff-return yards (1,112) after entering the game in ninth place, while he entered the top-10 list for kickoff-return yards for a season as he is now fourth (678). • Burns’ kickoff-return TD was the second this season and the third of his career... He moved into a tie for second place in school history for a season and into sole possession of third place for a career.

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LUBBOCK, Texas – Kansas State pulled within one possession late in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough as the Wildcats fell to Texas Tech, 59-44, at Jones AT&T Stadium. The setback extended the Wildcats’ losing streak to six games, the longest since dropping seven straight in 1989. Down 28-7 after one quarter of action, K-State rallied to within 52-44 with 3:38 remaining in the contest behind quarterback Joe Hubener’s three touchdown runs. However, Texas Tech was able to recover the on-side kick before scoring for the final time with 1:02 to play. Hubener had a productive afternoon, throwing for 289 yards on 19-of-40 passing and two touchdowns to go with his three scores on the ground. Running back Charles Jones fell one yard short of a 100-yard day, rushing for 99 yards, as he became the 27th player in school history with 1,000 career rushing yards. Receiver Kyle Klein posted the first 100-yard receiving day for the Wildcats, catching a career-high six passes for a career-high 131 yards. Wide out Dominique Heath’s 6-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter moved him into fourth place in school history in receptions (22) and yards (267) by a freshman. On defense, sophomore defensive back Kaleb Prewett set a career high in tackles with 12, three more than his previous career high set against Oklahoma State on Oct. 3. Fellow sophomore Will Geary recorded his second-career forced fumble and recovered his first fumble of his career. Elijah Lee recorded 11 tackles, including a sack. Texas Tech sophomore quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 33-of-42 passes for three touchdowns and added 14 yards on the ground for one touchdown. Senior running back DeAndre Washington had a career day, rushing for a career-high 248 yards for a career-high three touchdowns. The 658 yards of total offense tallied by the Red Raiders was the most by a Wildcat opponent since 2011. Texas Tech opened the scoring less than three minutes into the game, as Mahomes connected with Justin Stockton for a 17-yard touchdown pass. On the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcats used strong downfield blocking to open up a hole for Morgan Burns, who returned the kick 93 yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 7-7. But Tech fired back with 21-straight points to take a 28-7 lead after the first quarter, the most points allowed in a quarter by the Wildcat defense since 2008, and K-State played catch up for the rest of the game.

SCORING SUMMARY Team TTU KS TTU TTU TTU KS TTU KS KS TTU TTU TTU KS KS KS TTU

Qtr/Time 1st/12:08 1st/11:56 1st/10:15 1st/7:51 1st/4:47 2nd/6:02 2nd/3:43 2nd/2:04 3rd/10:00 3rd/7:37 3rd/5:14 4th/11:30 4th/7:25 4th/5:04 4th/3:38 4th/1:02

Scoring Play Stockton 17 yd pass from Mahomes Burns 93 yd kickoff return Washington 5 yd run Washington 80 yd run Stockton 7 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Lauderdale 19 yd pass from Mahomes Hubener 1 yd run Hubener 1 yd run Stockton 20 yd pass from Mahomes Hatfield 48 yd field goal Mahomes 4 yd run Heath 6 yd pass from Hubener Klein 33 yd pass from Hubener Cantele 43 yd field goal Washington 12 yd run

Conversion Hatfield kick Cantele kick Hatfield kick Hatfield kick Hatfield kick Cantele kick Hatfield kick Cantele kick Cantele kick Hatfield kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 9-75-2:52

Hatfield kick Hubener pass failed Cantele kick Hatfield kick

5-75-1:41 2-80-0:19 4-63-1:32 10-71-5:10 6-70-2:19 6-74-1:39 5-19-2:25 8-81-2:23 4-3-1:11 16-87-6:32 10-60-4:05 1-33-0:07 6-26-1:26 7-43-2:36

Score 0-7 7-7 7-14 7-21 7-28 14-28 14-35 21-35 28-35 28-42 28-45 28-52 34-52 41-52 44-52 44-59

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Texas Tech

 Kansas State Rushing Jones Silmon Hubener Dimel

Att 18 1 14 1

Yds 99 14 9 1

TD 0 0 3 0

Lg 15 14 7 1

Avg 5.5 14.0 0.6 1.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 19-41-1

Yds 289

TD 2

Lg 35

Sack 2

Receiving Klein Heath Cook West Burton Jones Reuter

Yds 131 49 39 36 17 7 10

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 35 24 34 27 11 8 10

Rushing Washington Mahomes Stockton

Att 27 11 2

Yds 248 14 12

TD 3 1 1

Lg 80 7 7

Avg 9.2 1.3 6.0

C-A-I

Mahomes 33-42-0

Yds 384

TD 3

Lg 53

Sack 2

Receiving Rec Lauderdale 10 Stockton 5 Grant 4 Sadler 4 Davis 4 Washington 4 Batson 2

Yds 94 67 78 52 41 36 16

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 35 20 53 19 24 16 10

Passing

Rec 6 4 2 2 2 2 1


LATE RALLY PROPELS K-STATE PAST ISU

7 7

28 7

0 7

0 17

- 35 - 38

Nov. 21 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 11:05 a.m. | Att: 53,297

JACK CANTELE

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes IS 21 10 11 0 238 44 5.4 2 265 27 210 15-20-0 10.5 14.0 3 448 64 7.0 8-4 2-15 3-105 35.0 28.3 0 0 1 1 6-334 55.7 26.8 0 2-50-0 25.0 5-94-0 18.8 0-0-0 0--1-0 28:24 8:21 6:55 4:57 8:11 5 of 11 1 of 3 2-3 2-3 0-3 3-10 5-5 0-0

K-STATE 22 11 11 0 165 41 4.0 2 183 18 220 19-33-0 6.7 11.6 2 385 74 5.2 1-1 5-35 3-116 38.7 22.0 0 0 0 1 7-378 54.0 40.6 0 0-0-0 0.0 5-173-1 34.6 0-0-0 0-0-0 31:36 6:39 8:05 10:03 6:49 7 of 14 1 of 4 4-4 4-4 0-4 5-18 5-5 1-1

• K-State has now won each of the last eight games and 22 of the last 26 meetings dating back to 1990... It was also Bill Snyder’s 20th win in 24 tries against Iowa State, the most wins by a current FBS head coach over one opponent. • The 21-point deficit overcome by the Wildcats ties for the biggest comeback in school history, a feat accomplished three other times... The last time a Wildcat team overcame a 21-point deficit was at Missouri on Nov. 6, 2004. • The reigning Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, senior Morgan Burns returned four kickoffs for 168 yards and one touchdown on a 100-yard return... It was his third return touchdown this year to rank second place in school history, while he now has four in his career to tie for second... It was the first time in school history a player recorded a pair of 100yard returns in one season... It was also the first time since Tyler Lockett in 2011 (Texas Tech and Kansas) a Wildcat returned a kickoff for a touchdown in consecutive games. • Junior fullback Glenn Gronkowski threw a four-yard touchdown pass to Winston Dimel in the first quarter... It was the Wildcats’ first TD pass by a non-quarterback since Daniel Thomas threw a 67yard pass to Aubrey Quarles at Baylor in 2010. • Running back Charles Jones rushed 15 times for 65 yards and two touchdowns... Jones has accounted for 455 of his season total 542 rushing yards in his last six games (83.9 percent of season total).

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State scored 10 points, including a game-winning Jack Cantele 42yard field goal, in the final 42 seconds of the game to cap a 21-point comeback as the Wildcats defeated the Iowa State Cyclones, 38-35, in front of 53,297 fans at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-State, which was down 35-14 at halftime, tied the school record for largest comeback victory, the last coming at Missouri on Nov. 6, 2004, after trailing the Tigers 21-0 in the second quarter. The win snapped a six-game losing streak by K-State (4-6, 1-6 Big 12), the school’s longest skid since 1989. Joe Hubener threw for 216 yards on 18-of-31 passing and one touchdown to go with 90 yards on 20 attempts. Junior Charles Jones carried the ball 15 times for 65 yards, including two TDs. Kody Cook led all Wildcat receivers with 68 yards on five catchesm, while fellout wide-out Dominque Heath caught five passes for 31 yards. On defense, redshirt freshman Kendall Adams recorded a career-high 12 tackles and his first career sack. Linebacker Charmeachealle Moore also added double-digit tackles with 10, as well as a sack. Jordan Willis forced two fumbles during the game, while Will Geary and Marquel Bryant each forced one as the Wildcats forced four of Iowa State’s eight fumbles. Iowa State (3-8, 3-6 Big 12) opened the scoring as QB Joel Lanning connected with Trever Ryen on a 21-yard touchdown pass, but K-State answered on the next drive with a 4-yard touchdown pass from fullback Glenn Gronkowski to fellow fullback Winston Dimel to tie the game, 7-7. The Cyclones took advantage of good field position after a Wildcat fumble on the 4-yard line, as Lanning scored on a 1-yard rush on 4th-and-goal to push the Cyclone lead to 14-7. Lanning threw his second touchdown of the day on Iowa State’s next possession, hitting Lazard on a 30-yard score, but reigning Big 12 Special Teams Play of the Week honoree Morgan Burns quickly answered as he returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards to cut the lead to 21-14. The score was Burns’ third return touchdown this year, while he became the first player with two 100-yard returns in a year. Iowa State answered two plays later when tailback Mike Warren broke out for a 76-yard touchdown run to push the lead to 28-14 with 7:34 remaining before halftime, and ISU extended the lead to 35-14 just 29 seconds before halftime as Lanning hooked up with Lazard on a 16-yard scoring strike. K-State opened the second half by marching 67 yards in just over six minutes on 12 plays to set up an 8-yard run by Jones to cut the lead to 35-21 with 8:49 in the third quarter. Hubener threw his first touchdown pass of the day on the Wildcats’ next drive, connecting with Cook on a 7-yard pass to pull within 35-28. As ISU attempted to run out the clock with 1:31 remaining in the contest, the K-State defense came up with a big play as Geary forced Warren to fumble with Elijah Lee recovering at the K-State 45. On the next play, Hubener connected with receiver Andre Davis for 42 yards to put the Wildcats at the Iowa State 13, while Jones tied the game up at 35-all with 42 seconds remaining on his second rushing touchdown of the day from 5 yards out. With just 40 seconds remaining and the game headed to a likely overtime, the defense again came up with a big play as Bryant forced Lanning to fumble which was recovered by Charmeachealle Moore at the Iowa State 22 with just 10 seconds left on the clock. Two plays later, Cantele connected from 42 yards out for the win.

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GAME TEN IOWA STATE K-STATE

SCORING SUMMARY Team ISU KS ISU ISU KS ISU ISU KS KS KS KS

Qtr/Time 1st/9:36 1st/4:50 2nd/12:21 2nd/8:11 2nd/7:59 2nd/7:34 2nd/0:29 3rd/8:49 4th/13:13 4th/0:42 4th/0:03

Scoring Play Ryen 21 yd pass from Lanning Dimel 4 yd pass from Gronkowski Lanning 1 yd run Lazard 30 yd pass from Lanning Burns 100 yd kickoff return Warren 76 yd run Lazard 16 yd pass from Lanning Jones 8 yd run Cook 7 yd pass from Hubener Jones 5 yd run Cantele 42 yd field goal

Conversion Netten kick Cantele kick Netten kick Netten kick Cantele kick Netten kick Netten kick Cantele kick Cantele kick Cantele kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 3-40-1:21 9-65-4:46 4-3-1:47 5-71-2:26 2-76-0:20 7-67-2:12 12-67-6:06 12-70-5:39 4-55-0:40 2--3-0:07

Score 7-0 7-7 14-7 21-7 21-14 28-14 35-14 35-21 35-28 35-35 35-38

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Iowa State

 Kansas State Rushing Hubener Jones Silmon Gronkowski

Att 20 15 3 1

Yds 90 65 5 5

TD 0 2 0 0

Lg 16 10 3 5

Avg 4.5 4.3 1.7 5.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 18-31-0 Gronkowski 1-2-0

Yds 216 4

TD 1 1

Lg 42 4

Sack 3 0

Receiving Rec Cook 5 Heath 5 Jones 4 Burton 2 Davis 1 Gronkowski 1 Dimel 1

Yds 68 31 28 31 42 16 4

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 25 13 13 26 42 16 4

Rushing Att Warren 22 Lanning, Joel 21

Yds 195 43

TD 1 1

Lg 76 15

Avg 8.9 2.0

Passing C-A-I Lanning 15-20-0

Yds 210

TD 3

Lg 30

Sack 5

Receiving Lazard Wesley Ryen Bundrage Epps Thomas

Yds 87 30 36 32 10 15

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0

Lg 30 17 21 22 10 0

Rec 5 4 3 2 1 0

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GAME ELEVEN K-STATE KANSAS

K-STATE OVERPOWERS SUNFLOWER SHOWDOWN

28 7

7 0

3 0

7 7

- 45 - 14

Nov. 28 | Memorial Stadium | Lawrence, Kan. | 3:05 p.m. | Att: 23,842

WINSTON DIMEL

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes K-STATE 22 12 7 3 226 49 4.6 5 245 19 137 11-20-1 6.8 12.5 0 363 69 5.3 0-0 1-5 3-122 40.7 36.0 0 0 1 0 8-481 60.1 40.6 1 2-30-1 15.0 1-13-0 13.0 1-0-0 0-0-0 34:03 7:29 8:55 11:08 6:31 5 of 12 2 of 2 5-5 4-5 1-5 4-24 6-6 1-1

KU 17 7 10 0 100 35 2.9 0 151 51 215 19-35-1 6.1 11.3 2 315 70 4.5 3-1 6-50 6-157 26.2 21.2 0 0 0 0 3-120 40.0 27.3 1 1--6-0 -6.0 7-131-0 18.7 1-0-0 0-0-0 25:57 7:31 6:05 3:52 8:29 8 of 17 0 of 3 1-3 1-3 0-3 2-13 2-2 0-0

• K-State has won each of the last seven meetings and 20 of the last 25 matchups dating back to 1991... During the current seven-game winning streak over the Jayhawks, the Wildcats have won by an average of 32.4 points (318-91). • Redshirt freshman Sam Sizelove blocked a first-quarter punt and senior Morgan Burns recovered in the end zone for a touchdown... It was K-State’s first touchdown on a blocked punt since Courtney Herndon blocked and returned a punt for a score at Texas A&M in 2008. • Kansas State’s 28 first-quarter points tied for the fifth most in school history for a first quarter and were the most since scoring 31 in the first quarter against Montana State in 2008... It was the most in any quarter since scoring 28 in the third quarter against KU in 2012. • Redshirt freshman fullback Winston Dimel rushed five times for 25 yards and two touchdowns... It was his second-career two-touchdown game following his two-touchdown performance in the season opener against South Dakota... He had a 44-yard reception to set up his second rushing score, which was his third reception of 40 or more yards this season. • Fellow fullback Glenn Gronkowski also ran for a touchdown, an 8-yard scamper in the first quarter... It was Gronkowski’s first-career rushing touchdown... He has five-career receiving touchdowns and also threw for his first score last week.

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LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas State used a strong first-quarter performance from all three phases of the game as the Wildcats won its seventh-straight Dillons Sunflower Showdown, 45-14, over the Kansas Jayhawks at Memorial Stadium. The Wildcats have now won the last four meetings in Lawrence and the last seven games overall by an average margin of 32.4 points. Junior quarterback Joe Hubener had another strong performance on the ground, rushing for 88 yards on 17 attempts with two touchdowns. He also threw for 133 yards on 10-of-17 passing. Running back Charles Jones added 70 yards on the ground on 13 carries. Redshirt freshman fullback Winston Dimel also had a strong game, rushing for 25 yards and two touchdowns while adding one reception for 44 yards. Senior Kody Cook led all Wildcat receivers with 33 yards on three receptions, while junior Deante Burton also hauled in three catches for 16 yards. On defense, sophomore Elijah Lee led all Wildcats with eight tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack. Kendall Adams and Charmeachealle Moore each added six tackles, while junior Jordan Willis added four tackles, including two sacks. K-State took advantage of excellent field position early in the game after Kansas’ punter fumbled a snap, and the Wildcats scored on their first play from scrimmage as Dimel rushed for a 12-yard touchdown for a 7-0 lead. Kansas answered on its next possession, capping a 6-play, 79-yard drive with a 27-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ryan Willis to receiver Tre’ Parmalee to tie the game at 7-7. Dimel punched in his second touchdown of the game, taking the ball in from one yard out to give the Wildcats a 14-7 lead with 7:48 remaining in the first quarter. After forcing a three-and-out on the Jayhawks next possession, redshirt freshman Sam Sizelove blocked a Kansas punt, which was recovered in the end-zone by Morgan Burns to extend the lead to 21-7 with 6:30 left in the first quarter. Junior fullback Glenn Gronkowski scored his first career rushing touchdown from eight yards out to give the Wildcats a 28-7 lead with 1:30 left in the first period. The drive was highlighted by a 29-yard rush by Hubener to set up the score. The Wildcats pushed the lead to 35-7 as Hubener scored on a two-yard rush on 4th-and-goal, capping a 12-play, 54-yard drive. Hubener accounted for 22 of the 54 yards on the drive with 18 of those yards coming on the ground. K-State opened the second half with a 13-play, 59-yard drive that was capped by a 33-yard field goal by place kicker Matthew McCrane to extend the lead to 38-7. Hubener scored his second rushing touchdown of the night – a 22-yard scamper – to give the Wildcats a 45-7 lead with 13:20 remaining in the game. The scoring drive was the Wildcats’ second of the season that spanned over 90 yards, the first coming against Oklahoma State on Oct. 3 when K-State put together a 94-yard drive. Willis threw his second touchdown pass of the game with 3:38 remaining, connecting with Bobby Hartzog on a 26-yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 45-14. Willis also had a 21-yard rush on the drive to set up the scoring play.

SCORING SUMMARY Team KS KU KS KS KS KS KS KS KU

Qtr/Time 1st/13:09 1st/11:15 1st/7:48 1st/6:30 1st/1:30 2nd/9:17 3rd/8:18 4th/13:20 4th/3:28

Scoring Play Dimel 12 yd run Parmalee 27 yd pass from Willis Dimel 1 yd run Burns 0 yd blocked punt return Gronkowski 8 yd run Hubener 2 yd run McCrane 33 yd field goal Hubener 22 yd run Hartzog 26 yd pass from Willis

Conversion Cantele kick Wyman kick McCrane kick McCrane kick McCrane kick McCrane kick McCrane kick Wyman kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 1-12-0:06 6-79-1:47 7-73-3:20 3-37-1:17 12-54-6:19 13-59-6:42 11-91-6:06 16-93-6:23

Score 7-0 7-7 14-7 21-7 28-7 35-7 38-7 45-7 45-14

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Kansas

 Kansas State Rushing Hubener Jones Dimel Silmon Warmack Gronkowski

Att 17 13 5 6 4 2

Yds 88 70 25 18 16 10

TD 2 0 2 0 0 1

Lg 29 13 12 17 8 8

Avg 5.2 5.4 5.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

Passing C-A-I Hubener 10-17-0 Cook 1-2-1

Yds 133 4

TD 0 0

Lg 44 4

Sack 2 0

Receiving Rec Cook 3 Burton 3 Dimel 1 Gronkowski 1 Davis 1 Weber 1

Yds 33 16 44 31 8 4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 23 9 44 31 8 4

Rushing Cox Mann Willis Kinner Parmalee Schadler

Att 11 6 9 5 1 1

Yds 47 41 18 17 2 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 26 19 21 4 2 0

Avg 4.3 6.8 2.0 3.4 2.0 0.0

Passing C-A-I Willis 19-35-1

Yds 215

TD 2

Lg 53

Sack 4

Receiving Parmalee Patrick Sims Johnson Taylor Hartzog Mann

Yds 50 30 58 20 13 26 10

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

Lg 27 11 53 11 7 26 10

Rec 4 4 2 2 2 1 1


SECOND-HALF RALLY HELPS K-STATE EDGE WVU

10 3

7 14

3 7

- 23 - 24

Dec. 5 | Bill Snyder Family Stadium | Manhattan, Kan. | 3:40 p.m. | Att: 52,918

MORGAN BURNS

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

 Game Notes WV 22 8 14 0 166 42 4.0 1 194 28 281 19-42-0 6.7 14.8 1 447 84 5.3 1-1 3-40 10-454 45.4 42.1 3 4 2 1 5-313 62.6 15.8 1 4-24-0 6.0 3-77-0 25.7 2-0-0 0-0-0 24:16 7:45 6:00 5:27 5:04 6 of 20 0 of 1 3-3 1-3 2-3 3-22 2-2 3-4

K-STATE 15 6 7 2 98 49 2.0 1 131 33 206 10-31-2 6.6 20.6 1 304 80 3.8 0-0 3-35 11-466 42.4 36.5 2 2 2 1 5-294 58.8 33.4 2 4--7-0 -1.8 4-209-1 52.2 0-0-0 0-0-0 35:44 7:15 9:00 9:33 9:56 7 of 20 0 of 1 2-2 1-2 1-2 4-22 3-3 1-1

• K-State finished the regular season with a 6-6 mark, qualifying for a bowl game for the sixth-straight season and the 17th under head coach Bill Snyder... They became just the sixth Power 5 team in the 12game schedule era (2006) – including the first Big 12 team – to stave off bowl elimination in at least three-straight games (2-6 or 3-6 records). • Junior wide receiver Deante Burton carded 5 catches for a career-high 135 yards and one touchdown... It bettered his previous career high in yards, which was 65 yards earlier this year against TCU... It was the Wildcats’ second 100-yard receiving game this year (Kyle Klein, 131 yards at Texas Tech). • Three-time Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Morgan Burns returned three kickoffs for 201 yards, which included a 97-yard touchdown return in the fourth quarter... It was his fourth kickoff-return score of the year and the fifth of his career as he tied both the K-State and Big 12 records... His 201 kickoff return yards today rank second in school history for a game behind his record-setting 221 yards at Texas Tech earlier this season... He now has 1,481 career kickoff-return yards in his career, moving into third place in school history... Burns also blocked a West Virginia punt a week after recovering a blocked punt for a touchdown at Kansas. • Linebacker Charmeachealle Moore set career highs in tackles (17), tackles for loss (4.0) and sacks (2.0)... His previous high in tackles was 10 two weeks ago against Iowa State, while his previous best in both TFLs and sacks was 1.0 on three occasions.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State rallied from a 13-3 deficit with 21 second-half points en route to posting its sixth win of the season in a 24-23 victory over West Virginia before a sold-out crowd at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. With the victory, K-State became the sixth team -- the first from the Big 12 -- in the 12-game schedule era to stave off bowl elimination in three or more games. Senior Morgan Burns’ 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 12:53 remaining in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference, as the Wildcats overcame a 13-3 halftime deficit. The return was Burns’ fourth of the season, which tied former Wildcat Brandon Banks (2009) for both the school and Big 12 records. Burns finished with 201 kickoff return yards, which ranks second in school history behind a record 221-yard effort earlier this year. Burns now has five career kickoff returns, which also ties the school and Big 12 history for most in a career. Senior Kody Cook started the game at wide receiver, but moved to quarterback after starter Joe Hubener left the game with an injury. Cook finished the game with 121 yards through the air on 4-of-12 passing and one touchdown, while rushing for 34 yards on 19 attempts and a touchdown. Junior wide receiver Deante Burton led all Wildcat receivers with a career-high 135 yards on five receptions, including a 77-yard touchdown reception from Cook, which is the longest play from scrimmage this season. Junior linebacker Charmeachealle Moore set career highs in tackles (17), tackles for loss (4.0) and sacks (2.0). Senior safety Nate Jackson tacked on nine tackles of his own, while fellow safety Kendall Adams added six. West Virginia opened the scoring with 2:54 remaining in the first quarter as placekicker Josh Lambert hit a 45-yard field goal to give the Mountaineers a 3-0 lead, but K-State answered with a field goal at the 11:10 mark of the second quarter as kicker Matthew McCrane connected on a 40-yard field goal to cap a 5-play, 25-yard drive and tie the game at 3-3. The Mountaineers scored the game’s first touchdown with 2:36 remaining before halftime as quarterback Skyler Howard hit Jovon Durante on a 24-yard pass to push the lead to 10-3. Howard was a perfect 2-of-2 passing for 35 yards on the scoring drive. Lambert hit is second field goal of the half – a 19-yarder – to extend the Mountaineer lead to 13-3 as time expired in the second quarter. The drive was highlighted by a 19-yard rush by running back Rushel Shell. The Wildcats took advantage of good field position set up by a 67-yard kick return by Burns as Cook scored from 1-yard out to pull the Wildcats within 13-10 at the 12:28 mark in the third quarter. After the Wildcat defense forced a Mountaineer three-and-out, Cook hit Burton on a 77-yard pass on the first play of the drive to give the Wildcats a 17-13 lead. The pass marked the longest play of the season for the Wildcats. West Virginia retook the lead with 6:28 remaining in the third quarter as Smallwood rushed from 14 yards out to give the Mountaineers a 20-17 lead. The Mountaineers tacked on another field goal to push the lead to 23-17 with 13:07 left to play, but Burns returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown to give the Wildcats a 24-23 lead with 12:53 left in the game.

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GAME TWELVE W. VIRGINIA 3 K-STATE 0

nr/rv/rv

SCORING SUMMARY Team WVU KS WVU WVU KS KS WVU WVU KS

Qtr/Time 1st/2:54 2nd/11:10 2nd/2:36 2nd/0:00 3rd/12:28 3rd/11:14 3rd/6:28 4th/13:07 4th/12:53

Scoring Play Lambert 45 yd field goal McCrane 40 yd field goal Durante 24 yd pass from Howard Lambert 19 yd field goal Cook 1 yd run Burton 77 yd pass from Cook Smallwood 14 yd run Lambert 28 yd field goal Burns 97 yd kickoff return

Conversion

Plays-Yds-TOP 8-35-2:48 5-25-2:08 5-47-1:31 7-61-0:52 5-33-2:21 1-77-0:12 8-61-2:31 8-69-2:13

Lambert kick McCrane kick McCrane kick Lambert kick McCrane kick

Score 3-0 3-3 10-3 13-3 13-10 13-17 20-17 23-17 23-24

STATISTICAL LEADERS  West Virginia

 Kansas State Rushing Jones Cook Hubener Silmon

Att 14 19 12 3

Yds 44 34 15 5

TD 0 1 0 0

Lg 9 9 6 3

Avg 3.1 1.8 1.2 1.7

Passing C-A-I Hubener 6-19-2 Cook 4-12-0

Yds 85 121

TD 0 1

Lg 28 77

Sack 1 2

Receiving Burton Dimel Klein Cook Davis

Yds 135 27 17 15 13

TD 1 0 0 0 0

Lg 77 27 17 15 13

Rec 5 1 1 1 1

Rushing Att Smallwood 25 Shell, Rushel 7 Howard, Skyler 10

Yds 141 38 -13

TD 1 0 0

Lg 14 19 4

Avg 5.6 5.4 -1.3

Passing C-A-I Howard 19-42-0

Yds 281

TD 1

Lg 51

Sack 4

Receiving Shorts Thompson Durante White Gibson Shell

Yds 68 127 57 14 11 4

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0

Lg 13 51 24 14 11 4

Rec 7 5 4 1 1 1

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2016 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL K-STATE 10 3 10 0 nr/rv/nr ARKANSAS 14 10 7 14

ARKANSAS RUNS PAST K-STATE IN LIBERTY BOWL

- 23 - 45

Jan. 2 | Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium | Memphis, Tenn. | 2:26 p.m. | Att: 61,136

WINSTON DIMEL

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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 Game Notes K-STATE 13 2 10 1 79 22 3.6 1 101 22 163 12-25-1 6.5 13.6 1 242 47 5.1 0-0 4-25 4-173 43.2 43.2 1 1 0 1 6-328 54.7 33.8 0 1-3-0 3.0 8-114-0 14.2 1-0-0 0-0-0 22:30 7:30 4:41 8:24 1:55 3 of 10 0 of 0 4-4 1-4 3-4 2-9 2-2 3-3

AR 30 16 14 0 254 42 6.0 5 276 22 315 20-26-1 12.1 15.8 1 569 68 8.4 1-0 2-20 1-39 39.0 36.0 1 0 0 0 8-317 39.6 25.4 0 2-0-0 0.0 6-125-0 20.8 1-8-0 0-0-0 37:30 7:30 10:19 6:36 13:05 6 of 10 0 of 0 6-6 5-6 1-6 2-14 6-6 1-2

• The 57th AutoZone Liberty Bowl was the 19th bowl appearance in Kansas State history and the 17th under Hall of Fame head coach Bill Snyder... The Wildcats are now 7-12 all-time in bowl games and 7-10 under Snyder. • K-State failed to reach seven wins for the first time since the 2009 season (6-6) and just the seventh time in Bill Snyder’s 24 years as head coach... It was K-State’s first sub-.500 season since going 5-7 in 2008 and the first under Snyder since a 5-6 campaign in 2005.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Alex Collins ran for 185 yards and three touchdowns and Arkansas capped its late-season surge with a 45-23 victory over Kansas State in the Liberty Bowl. Ranked 18th to open the season, Arkansas stumbled through a 1-3 start that knocked the Razorbacks out of the top 25. The Razorbacks (8-5) turned things around won six of their last seven games. Collins overwhelmed Kansas State’s defense in front of a sellout crowd of 61,136, the fourth-largest crowd in the game’s 57-year history. Kansas State (6-7) finished a season below .500 for the first time since Bill Snyder began his second stint as coach in 2009. Arkansas’ Brandon Allen was 20-of-26 for 315 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Kansas State’s Kody Cook, starting at quarterback for the first time, went 12-of-24 for 163 yards with a touchdown. The game pitted two friends and former colleagues against each other. Arkansas coach Bret Bielema worked as an assistant coach on Snyder’s Kansas State staff from 2002-03. When Arkansas was struggling early this season, Bielema even sought Snyder for advice. Snyder added some intrigue to this game by making a quarterback switch. Cook had been Kansas State’s second-leading receiver during the regular season while also backing up quarterback Joe Hubener. Cook took the first snaps for Kansas State on Saturday and remained the quarterback until the game was out of reach. He played well enough to keep Kansas State relatively close. But he couldn’t do anything about the defense’s inability to slow down Collins, who was largely responsible for helping Arkansas reach the end zone on three straight first-half drives. Collins had touchdown runs of 22 yards and 13 yards in the first 17 minutes. He also had a 68-yard burst on his first kickoff return of the season, which set up Jared Cornelius’ 13-yard touchdown on an end around. Kansas State trailed 31-23 late in the third quarter and appeared ready to make a stop when Arkansas knocked out the Wildcats with a one-two punch. Facing third-and-13, Allen found All-America tight end Hunter Henry down the left sideline for a 43-yard completion. On the next play, Collins spun away from a couple of defenders, eluded the grasp of a third and dragged a couple more into the end zone for a 14-yard touchdown to essentially put the game out of reach.

• K-State had a total of 47 starts by true or redshirt freshmen this year, the most in Bill Snyder’s 24 years at K-State. • Linebacker Elijah Lee carded five tackles in addition to making his third interception of the season... It is the most interceptions in a season by a K-State linebacker since Bryan Hickman also had three in 2002. • The 2015 Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year and First Team All-America kick returner Morgan Burns returned three kickoffs for 91 yards... He finished the season with 1,138 kickoff-return yards to break the school record and finish third in Big 12 history... He also helped the Wildcats finish fourth in school history in team total kickoff return yards with 1,268 this season. • Sophomore Matthew McCrane connected on 3-of-3 field goals from distances of 36, 21 and 32 yards... His three field goals made set a school bowl record, resetting his own bowl record from last year... With his connections, K-State made 19 field goals this season, which is tied for the fourth most in school history.

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SCORING SUMMARY Team KS AR KS AR AR AR KS KS AR KS AR AR

Qtr/Time 1st/11:38 1st/8:15 1st/3:50 1st/2:22 2nd/13:05 2nd/2:08 2nd/0:21 3rd/12:44 3rd/7:54 3rd/1:46 4th/12:04 4th/4:46

Scoring Play Dimel 10 yd run Collins 22 yd run McCrane 36 yd field goal Cornelius 13 yd run Collins 13 yd run Hedlund 26 yd field goal McCrane 21 yd field goal Dimel 48 yd pass from Cook Sprinkle 6 yd pass from Allen McCrane 32 yd field goal Collins 14 yd run Walker 10 yd run

Conversion McCrane kick Hedlund kick

Plays-Yds-TOP 4-27-1:52 6-72-3:16 8-46-4:18 3-24-1:17 8-64-3:04 9-55-4:59 8-49-1:41 4-74-2:10 9-82-4:42 11-47-6:02 8-78-4:34 9-80-5:38

Hedlund kick Hedlund kick

McCrane kick Hedlund kick Hedlund kick Hedlund kick

Score 7-0 7-7 10-7 10-14 10-21 10-24 13-24 20-24 20-31 23-31 23-38 23-45

STATISTICAL LEADERS  Arkansas

 Kansas State Rushing Jones Cook Dimel Warmack

Att 6 12 1 2

Yds 40 19 10 8

TD 0 0 1 0

Lg 35 9 10 8

Avg 6.7 1.6 10.0 4.0

Passing C-A-I Cook 12-24-0 Hubener 0-1-1

Yds 163 0

TD 1 0

Lg 48 0

Sack 2 0

Receiving Burton Reuter Warmack Dimel Heath Klein

Yds 33 27 27 48 15 13

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0

Lg 14 12 16 48 15 13

Rec 4 3 2 1 1 1

Rushing Collins Walker Cornelius

Att 23 11 2

Yds 185 56 27

TD 3 1 1

Lg 36 10 14

Avg 8.0 5.1 13.5

Passing C-A-I Allen 20-26-1

Yds 315

TD 1

Lg 43

Sack 2

Receiving Morgan Henry Sprinkle Cornelius Reed

Yds 92 92 81 35 15

TD 0 0 1 0 0

Lg 30 43 41 26 15

Rec 8 5 4 2 1


2015 STANDINGS

W-L

OVERALL

PCT

PF

PA

W-L

PCT

PF

PA

BOWL GAME (OPPONENT)

Oklahoma

8-1

.889

428

184

11-2

.876

566

286

CFP Semifinal at Captial One Orange Bowl (Clemson)

TCU

7-2

.778

351

252

11-2

.876

547

354

Valero Alamo Bowl (Oregon)

Oklahoma State

7-2

.778

369

313

10-3

.769

514

396

Allstate Sugar Bowl (Ole Miss)

Baylor

6-3

.667

384

261

10-3

.769

625

368

Russell Athletic Bowl (North Carolina)

West Virginia

4-5

.444

269

255

8-5

.615

442

320

Motel 6 Cactus Bowl (Arizona State)

Texas Tech

4-5

.444

396

422

7-6

.538

586

567

AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl (LSU)

Texas

4-5

.444

229

253

5-7

.417

317

364

Kansas State

3-6

.333

263

328

6-7

.462

389

409

Iowa State

2-7

.222

229

324

3-5

.250

300

392

Kansas

0-9

.000

108

430

0-12

.000

183

553

BIG 12 RECAP

BIG 12 CONFERENCE

AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Arkansas)

 Big 12 Champion

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE 1. Baylor 2. Texas Tech 3. Oklahoma 4. TCU 5. Oklahoma State 6. West Virginia 7. Kansas State 8. Texas 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12

TD 86 77 73 69 67 54 48 40 37 24

FG 8 16 19 21 16 21 19 13 14 6

XPT 83 72 71 60 62 53 44 38 36 21

2XP 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAF 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

PTS AVG/G 625 48.1 586 45.1 566 43.5 547 42.1 514 39.5 442 34.0 389 29.9 317 26.4 300 25.0 183 15.2

PASS OFFENSE 1. Texas Tech 2. Oklahoma State 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma 5. Baylor 6. West Virginia 7. Iowa State 8. Kansas 9. Kansas State 10. Texas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

CMP 389 325 326 292 229 232 237 243 162 139

ATT 620 517 517 439 389 429 411 452 345 252

INT 15 10 15 9 13 15 12 14 13 6

PCT. 62.7 62.9 63.1 66.5 58.9 54.1 57.7 53.8 47.0 55.2

YDS 5046 4591 4517 4006 3764 3269 2716 2623 2288 1751

AVG 8.1 8.9 8.7 9.1 9.7 7.6 6.6 5.8 6.6 6.9

TD 39 35 39 38 44 26 18 12 14 9

YDS/G 388.2 353.2 347.5 308.2 289.5 251.5 226.3 218.6 176.0 145.9

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Oklahoma 2. West Virginia 3. TCU 4. Baylor 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma State 7. Kansas State 8. Iowa State 9. Texas Tech 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 12

TD 34 36 45 49 46 51 52 51 77 72

FG 17 23 13 9 14 13 16 12 9 16

XPT 31 33 45 47 44 45 47 50 74 69

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1

DXP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAF 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

PTS AVG/G 286 22.0 320 24.6 354 27.2 368 28.3 364 30.3 396 30.5 409 31.5 392 32.7 567 43.6 553 46.1

PASS DEFENSE 1. Oklahoma 2. TCU 3. Texas 4. Baylor 5. West Virginia 6. Oklahoma State 7. Iowa State 8. Texas Tech 9. Kansas State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

CMP 230 220 229 255 231 251 247 269 290 267

ATT 437 442 382 442 447 433 404 440 451 402

INT 20 7 13 14 23 17 5 15 5 9

PCT. 52.6 49.8 59.9 57.7 51.7 58.0 61.1 61.1 64.3 66.4

YDS 2636 2805 2801 3035 3091 3278 3202 3474 3712 3524

AVG 6.0 6.3 7.3 6.9 6.9 7.6 7.9 7.9 8.2 8.8

TD 19 17 24 30 24 21 28 25 25 27

YDS/G 202.8 215.8 233.4 233.5 237.8 252.2 266.8 267.2 285.5 293.7

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Baylor 2. West Virginia 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma 5. TCU 6. Texas Tech 7. Iowa State 8. Kansas State 9. Oklahoma State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

ATT 714 622 529 574 561 464 498 531 460 444

YDS 4247 2967 2698 2887 2800 2487 2184 2050 1649 1355

AVG 5.9 4.8 5.1 5.0 5.0 5.4 4.4 3.9 3.6 3.1

TD 41 25 27 32 26 34 18 29 25 10

YDS/G 326.7 228.2 224.8 222.1 215.4 191.3 182.0 157.7 126.8 112.9

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma 3. Oklahoma State 4. TCU 5. Texas Tech 6. West Virginia 7. Iowa State 8. Texas 9. Kansas State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

CMP 229 292 325 326 389 232 237 139 162 243

ATT 389 439 517 517 620 429 411 252 345 452

INT 13 9 10 15 15 15 12 6 13 14

PCT 58.9 66.5 62.9 63.1 62.7 54.1 57.7 55.2 47.0 53.8

YDS 3764 4006 4591 4517 5046 3269 2716 1751 2288 2623

TD 44 38 35 39 39 26 18 9 14 12

EFFIC 170.8 167.6 155.9 155.5 147.0 131.1 121.8 120.5 108.5 105.1

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. West Virginia 2. Oklahoma 3. Baylor 4. Kansas State 5. TCU 6. Iowa State 7. Oklahoma State 8. Texas 9. Kansas 10. Texas Tech

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 12 13

ATT. 52 552 552 491 562 479 571 583 565 591

YARDS 2063 2102 2120 2167 2374 2239 2430 2630 3206 3646

AVG. 4.0 3.8 3.8 4.4 4.2 4.7 4.3 4.5 5.7 6.2

TD 9 15 17 25 27 21 26 21 39 49

YDS/G 158.7 161.7 163.1 166.7 182.6 186.6 186.9 219.2 267.2 280.5

PASS EFFICIENCY DEF 1. Oklahoma 2. TCU 3. West Virginia 4. Oklahoma State 5. Baylor 6. Texas 7. Texas Tech 8. Iowa State 9. Kansas State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 12

ATT 230 220 231 251 255 229 269 247 290 267

CMP 437 442 447 433 442 382 440 404 451 402

INT 20 7 23 17 14 13 15 5 5 9

PCT. 52.6 49.8 51.7 58.0 57.7 59.9 61.1 61.1 64.3 66.4

YDS 2636 2805 3091 3278 3035 2801 3474 3202 3712 3524

TD 19 17 24 21 30 24 25 28 25 27

EFFIC 108.5 112.6 117.2 129.7 131.4 135.5 139.4 148.1 149.5 157.7

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TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Baylor 2. Texas Tech 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma 5. Oklahoma State 6. West Virginia 7. Iowa State 8. Texas 9. Kansas State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

RUSH 4247 2487 2800 2887 1649 2967 2184 2698 2050 1355

PASS 3764 5046 4517 4006 4591 3269 2716 1751 2288 2623

PLAYS 1103 1084 1078 1013 977 1051 909 781 876 896

YARDS 8011 7533 7317 6893 6240 6236 4900 4449 4338 3978

AVG/P 7.3 6.9 6.8 6.8 6.4 5.9 5.4 5.7 5.0 4.4

TD 85 73 65 70 60 51 36 36 43 22

YDS/G 616.2 579.5 562.8 530.2 480.0 479.7 408.3 370.8 333.7 331.5

PUNT RETURNS 1. Iowa State 2. Texas 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma 5. Kansas State 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas Tech 8. West Virginia 9. Baylor 10. Kansas

G 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12

RET 22 23 19 22 24 23 14 24 15 13

YDS 383 279 192 165 167 160 88 133 64 26

TD 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

LONG 81 85 49 27 58 67 14 21 34 26

AVG 17.4 12.1 10.1 7.5 7.0 7.0 6.3 5.5 4.3 2.0

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Oklahoma 2. West Virginia 3. Baylor 4. TCU 5. Oklahoma State 6. Kansas State 7. Texas 8. Iowa State 9. Texas Tech 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

RUSH 2102 2063 2120 2374 2430 2167 2630 2239 3646 3206

PASS 2636 3091 3035 2805 3278 3712 2801 3202 3474 3524

PLYS 989 969 994 1004 1004 942 965 883 1031 967

YARDS 4738 5154 5155 5179 5708 5879 5431 5441 7120 6730

AVG 4.8 5.3 5.2 5.2 5.7 6.2 5.6 6.2 6.9 7.0

TD 34 33 47 44 47 50 45 49 74 66

YDS/G 364.5 396.5 396.5 398.4 439.1 452.2 452.6 453.4 547.7 560.8

FIRST DOWNS 1. Baylor 2. Texas Tech 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma 5. West Virginia 6. Oklahoma State 7. Iowa State 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas 10. Texas

G RUSH 13 220 13 141 13 145 13 143 13 153 13 88 12 120 13 116 12 76 12 123

PASS 144 203 190 180 139 197 118 99 123 69

PEN 19 24 23 29 33 21 19 25 13 10

TOTAL 383 368 358 352 325 306 257 240 212 202

AVG 29.5 28.3 27.5 27.1 25.0 23.5 21.4 18.5 17.7 16.8

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. West Virginia 2. Kansas State 3. TCU 4. Baylor 5. Oklahoma 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Texas 10. Iowa State

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12

RET 32 50 35 30 33 42 55 54 47 37

OPP. 1ST DOWNS 1. West Virginia 2. Oklahoma 3. Iowa State 4. TCU 5. Baylor 6. Oklahoma State 7. Kansas State 8. Texas 9. Texas Tech 10. Kansas

G RUSH 13 99 13 118 12 120 13 125 13 119 13 128 13 118 12 147 13 167 12 161

PASS 129 119 136 113 126 138 167 137 148 155

PEN 29 28 11 35 29 22 8 22 22 26

TOTAL 257 265 267 273 274 288 293 306 337 342

AVG 19.8 20.4 22.2 21.0 21.1 22.2 22.5 25.5 25.9 28.5

KICKOFF COVERAGE 1. Iowa State 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. TCU 5. Kansas State 6. Texas 7. Texas Tech 8. West Virginia 9. Baylor 10. Oklahoma State

G 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13

NO. 59 43 102 94 75 63 107 84 106 94

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Oklahoma State 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma West Virginia 5. Texas Tech 6. Baylor TCU 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas 10. Iowa State

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

PUNTING 1. Oklahoma 2. West Virginia 3. Baylor 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas Tech 7. Kansas State 8. Iowa State 9. TCU 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 12

NO YARDS 57 2395 72 3251 42 1684 77 3179 75 3010 49 2235 71 2966 62 2424 68 2600 86 3280

SACKS BY 1. Oklahoma 2. Oklahoma State 3. Kansas State 4. Texas 5. TCU 6. Iowa State Baylor 8. West Virginia 9. Kansas 10. Texas Tech

G 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 13 12 13

YDS 820 1268 857 675 708 868 1129 1094 929 690 YDS 3560 2620 6472 5868 4365 3973 6719 5179 6362 5651

TD 1 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

LONG 100 100 60 84 90 53 100 91 54 36

AVG 60.3 60.9 63.5 62.4 58.2 63.1 62.8 61.7 60.0 60.1

RETN 913 384 1073 715 1011 316 1077 1405 1406 1611

AVG/P 42.0 45.2 40.1 41.3 40.1 45.6 41.8 39.1 38.2 38.1

PR 12 89 28 50 94 297 127 94 33 244

AVG 25.6 25.4 24.5 22.5 21.5 20.7 20.5 20.3 19.8 18.6 TB NETAVG 10 40.6 20 40.4 52 40.2 56 39.9 15 39.7 47 39.4 58 39.2 21 38.7 39 37.6 22 37.1 AVG 0.2 1.2 0.7 0.6 1.3 6.1 1.8 1.5 0.5 2.8

TB 2 15 0 5 3 5 9 2 4 3

NET/P 41.1 39.8 39.4 39.3 38.1 37.5 37.5 36.9 36.6 34.6

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YARDS 243 229 214 247 188 168 205 183 149 94

MAR PER/G +13 1.00 +11 0.92 +9 0.69 +9 0.69 +2 0.15 +0 0.00 +0 0.00 -3 -0.23 -7 -0.58 -11 -0.92


G 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 12

SACKS 15 18 27 32 32 32 35 39 41 42

YARDS 86 84 166 212 191 209 222 265 216 229

PENALTIES 1. Kansas State 2. Iowa State 3. Oklahoma State 4. Kansas 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma 7. Texas Tech 8. West Virginia 9. TCU 10. Baylor

G 13 12 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 13

NO 66 59 75 70 77 80 91 87 94 11

YDS 505 489 657 674 709 800 826 910 922 104

OPP PENALTIES 1. Oklahoma State 2. Baylor 3. West Virginia 4. Texas Tech 5. Kansas State 6. TCU 7. Oklahoma 8. Texas 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12

NO 100 102 82 84 76 74 77 71 73 53

YDS 880 840 796 792 696 684 681 578 568 461

TIME OF POSSESSION 1. Kansas State 2. Iowa State 3. TCU 4. Oklahoma 5. Oklahoma State 6. West Virginia 7. Kansas 8. Texas Tech 9. Baylor 10. Texas

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

TOTAL TIME 417:48 378:24 407:44 399:01 383:12 381:58 340:09 362:41 362:13 325:26

RED ZONE OFFENSE 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma State 3. Oklahoma 4. Texas 5. Texas Tech 6. Baylor 7. West Virginia 8. TCU 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 12

REDZONE 52-55 55-60 61-69 30-34 56-64 61-70 48-58 53-66 31-40 20-30

RED ZONE DEFENSE 1. TCU 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. Oklahoma State 5. Kansas State 6. Texas Tech 7. Iowa State 8. West Virginia 9. Baylor 10. Texas

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

REDZONE 35-45 60-77 34-43 38-45 44-52 55-64 37-43 38-43 38-42 47-51

PERCENT 77.8 77.9 79.1 84.4 84.6 85.9 86.0 88.4 90.5 92.2

TDS 27 48 23 30 34 50 29 21 30 35

AVG/G 38.8 40.8 50.5 56.2 59.1 61.5 63.5 70.0 70.9 80.2

3RD-DN CONV 1. Texas Tech 2. Baylor 3. Oklahoma 4. Oklahoma State 5. TCU 6. Iowa State 7. West Virginia 8. Kansas State 9. Kansas 10. Texas

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12

CONV 105 91 79 84 86 78 81 70 76 61

ATT 203 195 181 193 198 194 207 179 208 172

PCT 51.7 46.7 43.6 43.5 43.4 40.2 39.1 39.1 36.5 35.5

AVG/G 67.7 64.6 61.2 60.9 53.5 52.6 52.4 48.2 47.3 38.4

OPP 3RD-DN CONV 1. TCU 2. West Virginia 3. Baylor 4. Oklahoma 5. Oklahoma State 6. Kansas State 7. Texas 8. Kansas 9. Iowa State 10. Texas Tech

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13

CONV 58 65 74 93 89 82 84 73 82 96

ATT 209 205 201 230 211 188 190 161 175 193

PCT 27.8 31.7 36.8 40.4 42.2 43.6 44.2 45.3 46.9 49.7

R/P 23/4 31/17 13/10 19/11 20/14 38/12 16/13 7/14 14/16 17/18

FG-AT 8-9 12-18 11-14 8-10 10-12 5-12 8-10 17-18 8-10 12-14

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SACKS AGAINST 1. Baylor 2. TCU 3. Texas Tech 4. Texas Oklahoma State West Virginia 7. Kansas State 8. Kansas 9. Oklahoma 10. Iowa State

AVG/G 32:08 31:32 31:21 30:41 29:28 29:22 28:20 27:53 27:51 27:07 PERCENT 94.5 91.7 88.4 88.2 87.5 87.1 82.8 80.3 77.5 66.7

TDS 35 40 46 20 43 53 33 43 23 16

R/P 26/9 20/20 24/22 18/2 26/17 36/17 20/13 22/21 14/9 9/7

FG-AT 17-18 15-18 15-17 10-11 13-15 8-11 15-18 10-13 8-12 4-7

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING TEAM 1. Smallwood, Wendell WVU 2. Washington, DeAndre TTU 3. Warren, Mike ISU 4. Linwood, Shock BU 5. Perine, Samaje OU 6. Green, Aaron TCU

CL Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr.

PASSING 1. Mahomes, Patrick 2. Boykin, Trevone 3. Rudolph, Mason 4. Mayfield, Baker 5. Howard, Skyler 6. Willis, Ryan

TEAM TTU TCU OSU OU WVU KU

CL So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr.

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Mahomes, Patrick 2. Boykin, Trevone 3. Mayfield, Baker 4. Rudolph, Mason 5. Howard, Skyler 6. Hubener, Joe

TEAM TTU TCU OU OSU WVU KS

CL So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. Doctson, Josh 2. Grant, Jakeem 3. Shepard, Sterling 4. Coleman, Corey 5. Lazard, Allen 6. Glidden, David

TEAM TCU TTU OU BU ISU OSU

G 13 11 13 13 13 10

ATT 238 233 227 196 226 244 CMP 364 257 264 269 221 164

YDS 1519 1492 1339 1329 1349 1272 ATT 573 396 424 395 403 315

AVG 6.4 6.4 5.9 6.8 6.0 5.2

INT 15 10 9 7 14 10

PCT. 63.5 64.9 62.3 68.1 54.8 52.1

PUNTING 1. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole, Nick 2. Seibert, Austin 3. Walsh, Nick 4. Wyman, Matthew 5. Dickson, Michael 6. Downing, Colin

TEAM WVU OU KS KU UT ISU

CL Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So.

G 13 13 13 12 12 12

PUNT 71 57 67 53 77 53

YDS TD AVG/G 4653 36 357.9 3575 31 325.0 3770 21 290.0 3700 36 284.6 3145 26 241.9 1719 9 171.9

SCORING 1. Coleman, Corey 2. Seibert, Austin 3. Oberkrom, Jaden 4. Lambert, Josh 5. Grogan, Ben 6. Callahan, Chris

TEAM BU OU TCU WVU OSU BU

CL Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

G 12 13 13 13 13 13

TD 20 0 0 0 0 0

SCORING (TDS) TEAM 1. Coleman, Corey BU 2. Perine, Samaje OU 3. Doctson, Josh TCU 4. Washington, DeAndre TTU 5. Swoopes, Tyrone UT 6. Grant, Jakeem TTU

CL Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

G 12 13 11 13 11 13

TD RUSH 20 0 17 16 14 0 16 14 12 12 14 2

REC 79 90 86 74 56 57

YDS 132 1268 1288 1363 808 866

TD LONG 14 55 10 90 11 74 20 81 6 74 3 67

AVG/C REC/G 120.6 7.2 97.5 6.9 99.1 6.6 113.6 6.2 73.5 5.1 66.6 4.4

SCORING (KICK) 1. Seibert, Austin 2. Oberkrom, Jaden 3. Lambert, Josh 4. Grogan, Ben 5. Callahan, Chris 6. Hatfield, Clayton

TEAM OU TCU WVU OSU BU TTU

CL Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr.

G 13 13 13 13 13 12

PATS 70-72 59-60 53-54 61-64 83-83 53-54

RECEIVING YDS/GAME TEAM 1. Doctson, Josh TCU 2. Coleman, Corey BU 3. Shepard, Sterling OU 4. Grant, Jakeem TTU 5. Washington, James OSU 6. Lazard, Allen ISU

CL Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So.

G 11 12 13 13 13 11

REC 79 74 86 90 53 56

YDS 1327 1363 1288 1268 1087 808

TD LONG 14 55 20 81 11 74 10 90 10 74 6 74

AVG/C 16.8 18.4 15.0 14.1 20.5 14.4

YDS/G 120.6 113.6 99.1 97.5 83.6 73.5

FIELD GOALS 1. Oberkrom, Jaden Lambert, Josh 3. Seibert, Austin 4. Grogan, Ben 5. Cantele, Jack 6. Hatfield, Clayton Netten, Cole

TEAM TCU WVU OU OSU KS TTU ISU

CL Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

G 13 13 13 13 10 12 12

FG 21 21 18 16 12 14 14

ALL PURPOSE TEAM 1. Grant, Jakeem TTU 2. Washington, DeAndre TTU 3. Smallwood, Wendell WVU 4. Turpin, KaVontae TCU 5. Coleman, Corey BU 6. Doctson, Josh TCU

CL Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

G RUSH 13 68 13 1492 13 1519 13 116 12 111 11 6

RCV 1268 385 160 649 1363 1327

YDS 2353 1877 1679 1675 1519 1333

AVG/G 181.0 144.4 129.2 128.8 126.6 121.2

PAT KICKING 1. Callahan, Chris Cantele, Jack 3. Oberkrom, Jaden 4. Hatfield, Clayton Lambert, Josh 6. Rose, Nick

TEAM BU KS TCU TTU WVU UT

CL So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

G 13 10 13 12 13 12

MADE 83 29 59 53 53 38

TACKLES TEAM 1. Smithson, Fish KU 2. Awe, Micah TTU 3. Sterns, Jordan OSU 4. Howard, Travin TCU 5. Alexander, Dominique OU 6. Evans, Jordan OU 7. Burton, Jordan OSU 8. Campbell, Grant BU 9. Allen, Dakota TTU 10. Dineen, Joe KU

CL Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So

G 11 13 13 13 13 11 13 13 12 12

POS DB LB DB S LB LB LB LB LB LB

G 10 13 13 11 13 13

CMP 75 57 269 257 264 364

ATT INT 109 2 85 1 395 7 396 10 424 9 573 15

KR 1017 0 0 729 36 0 PCT 68.8 67.1 68.1 64.9 62.3 63.5

YDS 1265 787 3700 3575 3770 4653

TD 12 13 36 31 21 36

PUNT RETURNS TEAM 1. Johnson, Daje UT 2. Heath, Dominique KS 3. McCleskey, Jalen OSU

CL Sr. Fr. Fr.

G 11 13 13

RET 21 21 21

YDS 224 152 111

TD 1 0 1

LONG 85 58 67

AVG 10.7 7.2 5.3

KICK RETURNS 1. Burns, Morgan 2. Turpin, KaVontae 3. Grant, Jakeem 4. Johnson, Daje 5. Schadler, Ryan 6. Ross, Alex

CL Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

G 12 13 13 11 12 13

RET 34 27 39 22 33 30

YDS 1138 729 1017 528 750 645

TD 4 0 2 0 1 0

LONG 100 60 100 54 91 90

AVG 33.5 27.0 26.1 24.0 22.7 21.5

TEAM KS TCU TTU UT KU OU

YDS/G 393.0 380.6 315.8 287.3 280.5 188.5

FG 0 18 21 21 16 8

G 11 13 13 12 11 13

PR 0 0 0 181 9 0

TOTAL 5109 4187 4105 3735 3647 2450

YDS LONG 3223 65 2395 58 2788 63 2198 58 3179 63 2166 61

CL Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

CL Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So.

PLAYS 704 519 536 491 560 455

LONG 52 80 76 79 72 86

RUSH 456 612 405 -35 502 613

TEAM BU OSU OU TCU OSU TTU

PASS 4653 3575 3700 3770 3145 1837

YDS/G 116.8 114.8 111.6 110.8 103.8 97.8

TD 9 14 5 10 16 11

G 13 11 13 13 13 13

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Stidham, Jarrett 2. Walsh, J.W. 3. Mayfield, Baker 4. Boykin, Trevone 5. Rudolph, Mason 6. Mahomes, Patrick

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EFF. 199.0 193.0 173.3 161.5 149.1 147.2

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AVG 45.4 42.0 41.6 41.5 41.3 40.9

XPT 0 70 59 53 61 83

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0

PASS RET 20 0 1 0 14 0 2 0 0 0 10 2 FGS 18-23 21-25 21-28 16-20 8-13 14-16

FGA 25 28 23 20 14 16 19 ATT 83 29 60 54 54 39 SOLO 87 77 71 63 54 49 63 63 45 66

PCT. 84.0 75.0 78.3 80.0 85.7 87.5 73.7

PAT 0 0 1 0 0 0

PTS 124 122 116 109 107 95

PTS 120 124 122 116 109 107

PTS PTS/G 120 10.0 102 7.8 86 7.8 96 7.4 72 6.5 84 6.5 PTS/G 9.5 9.4 8.9 8.4 8.2 7.9

FG/G 1.62 1.62 1.38 1.23 1.20 1.17 1.17

PCT. 100.0 100.0 98.3 98.1 98.1 97.4 AST 24 49 37 42 49 34 35 34 42 20

PTS/G 10.0 9.5 9.4 8.9 8.4 8.2

TOTAL AVG/G 111 10.1 126 9.7 108 8.3 105 8.1 103 7.9 83 7.5 98 7.5 97 7.5 87 7.2 86 7.2


TACKLES FOR LOSS TEAM 1. Striker, Eric OU 2. Ogbah, Emmanuel OSU 3. Oakman, Shawn BU 4. Willis, Jordan KS 5. Billings, Andrew BU 6. Robertson, Pete TTU Young, Taylor BU 8. Palmer, Jamal BU 9. Tucker, Demond ISU 10. Pierson, Dale ISU

CL Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. CL Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr.

G 13 13 12 13 13 11 13 13 12 12 G 13 13 12 13 12 12 12 13 12 12

POS DE DE DL DE DL LB LB DE DT DL POS LB DE DE DE DT LB LB DE DL DL

SOLO 10 9 8 8 8 6 6 7 5 5 SOLO 16 14 12 14 12 12 12 13 12 10

AST 6 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 2 2

TOTAL AVG/G 13.0 1.00 9.5 0.73 8.5 0.71 9.0 0.69 8.5 0.65 6.5 0.59 7.5 0.58 7.0 0.54 6.0 0.50 6.0 0.50

AST 6 7 5 3 4 3 3 3 2 5

TOTAL 19.0 17.5 14.5 15.5 14.0 13.5 13.5 14.5 13.0 12.5

FUMBLES FORCED TEAM 1. Willis, Jordan KS Tapper, Charles OU Blanchard, Travon BU Palmer, Jamal BU 5. Peters, Levi ISU

CL Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.

G 13 13 13 13 12

NUM AVG/G 4 0.31 4 0.31 4 0.31 4 0.31 3 0.25

FUMBLES RECOVERED TEAM 1. Johnson, Jah’Shawn TTU 2. Gaines, J.J. TTU Carraway, Josh TCU 4. Stewart, Orion BU Pierson, Davion TCU

CL Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G 13 13 13 10 10

NUM AVG/G 4 0.31 3 0.23 3 0.23 2 0.20 2 0.20

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Sanchez, Zack 2. Worley, Daryl 3. Haines, Dylan 4. Thomas, Jordan 5. Howard, Xavien 6. Gaines, J.J.

TEAM OU WVU UT OU BU TTU

CL Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr.

G 11 12 11 12 13 13

INT 7 6 5 5 5 4

YDS 60 0 102 153 74 60

PASSES DEFENDED 1. Worley, Daryl 2. Sanchez, Zack 3. Chestnut, Terrell 4. Howard, Xavien 5. Peavy, Brian Madison, Tevin 7. Burns, Morgan 8. Reid, Ryan 9. Dillon, KJ O’Meally, Corry Kwiatkoski, Nick Orr, Nick

TEAM WVU OU WVU BU ISU TTU KS BU WVU TCU WVU TCU

CL Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

G 12 11 12 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 13 13

BRUP 12 7 11 10 10 11 10 8 8 10 7 9

INT TOTAL 6 18 7 14 3 14 5 15 2 12 2 13 1 11 3 11 2 10 0 10 3 10 1 10

AVG/G 1.46 1.35 1.21 1.19 1.17 1.12 1.12 1.12 1.08 1.04

ALL-BIG 12 TEAMS COACHES’ TEAMS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL .............................. CL QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma .................. Jr. RB Samaje Perine, Oklahoma .................. So. RB DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech .......Sr. FB WINSTON DIMEL, K-STATE .............. FR. WR Corey Coleman, Baylor........................ Jr. WR Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma................Sr. WR Josh Doctson, TCU ..............................Sr. TE Blake Jarwin, Oklahoma State............. Jr. OL CODY WHITEHAIR, K-STATE ............. SR. OL Spencer Drango, Baylor ......................Sr. OL Ty Darlington/ Nila Kasitati, OU...........Sr. OL Joey Hunt, TCU ...................................Sr. OL Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech ................Sr. PK JACK CANTELE, K-STATE .................. SR. KR/PR MORGAN BURNS, K-STATE .............. SR.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL ...............................CL QB Trevone Boykin, TCU ..............................Sr. RB Shock Linwood, Baylor ........................ Jr. RB Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia ....... Jr. FB Alex De La Torre, Texas ....................... Sr. WR KD Cannon, Baylor ..............................So. WR James Washington, Oklahoma St .........So. WR Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech ................... Sr. TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma.................... Fr. OL Jarell Broxton, Baylor ........................... Sr. OL Kyle Fuller, Baylor ............................... Jr. OL Jamison Lalk, Iowa State ..................... Sr. OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU ................... Sr. OL Tyler Orlosky, West Virginia ................. Jr. PK Jaden Oberkrom, TCU .......................... Sr. KR/PR Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech ................... Sr.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL .............................. CL DL Andrew Billings, Baylor ....................... Jr. DL Charles Tapper, Oklahoma ..................Sr. DL Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma St......... So. DL Davion Pierson, TCU ...........................Sr. DL Josh Carraway, TCU ............................ Jr. LB Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma......... Jr. LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma ........................Sr. LB Nick Kwiatkowski, West Virginia..........Sr. DB Xavien Howard, Baylor ........................ Jr. DB Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma .................... Jr. DB Kevin Peterson, Oklahoma State .........Sr. DB Derrick Kindred, TCU...........................Sr. DB Daryl Worley, West Virginia ................. Jr. P Nick O’Toole, West Virginia .................Sr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL ...............................CL DL TRAVIS BRITZ, K-STATE.....................SR. DL Shawn Oakman, Baylor ....................... Sr. DL Dale Pierson, Iowa State ..................... Sr. DL Charles Walker, Oklahoma ..................So. DL Jimmy Bean, Oklahoma State .............. Sr. LB ELIJAH LEE, K-STATE.........................SO. LB Peter Jinkens, Texas ............................ Sr. LB Jordan Evans, Oklahoma ..................... Jr. DB Fish Smithson, Kansas ........................ Jr. DB Ahmad Thomas, Oklahoma.................. Jr. DB Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma ..................So. DB Jordan Sterns, Oklahoma State ............ Jr. DB KJ Dillon, West Virginia ........................ Sr. P Austin Seibert, Oklahoma .................... Fr.

BIG 12 RECAP

SACKS TEAM 1. Ogbah, Emmanuel OSU 2. Willis, Jordan KS 3. Pierson, Dale ISU 4. Carraway, Josh TCU 5. Nwachukwu, Noble WVU 6. Jinkens, Peter UT 7. Striker, Eric OU 8. Tapper, Charles OU 9. Walker, Charles OU Tucker, Demond ISU

COACH OF THE YEAR: Bob Stoops, Oklahoma ST PLAYER OF THE YR: MORGAN BURNS, K-STATE OFF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma DEF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Andrew Billings, Baylor/ Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State TD 1 0 0 1 0 1

ASSOCIATED PRESS TEAMS

AVG/G 1.50 1.27 1.17 1.15 1.00 1.00 0.92 0.85 0.77 0.77 0.77 0.77

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL .............................. CL QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma .................. Jr. RB Samaje Perine, Oklahoma .................. So. RB DeAndre Washington, Texas Tech .......Sr. WR Corey Coleman, Baylor........................ Jr. WR Josh Doctson, TCU ..............................Sr. TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma ...................Fr. C Joey Hunt, TCU ...................................Sr. OG Jarell Broxton, Baylor ..........................Sr. OG Nila Kasitati, Oklahoma ......................Sr. OT Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech ................Sr. OT Spencer Drango, Baylor ......................Sr. AP Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech ..................Sr. PK Jaden Oberkrom, TCU .........................Sr.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL ...............................CL QB Trevone Boykin, TCU............................ Sr. RB Shock Linwood, Baylor ........................ Jr. RB Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia ....... Jr. WR Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma ................ Sr. WR James Washington, Oklahoma State ....So. TE GLENN GRONKOWSKI, K-STATE ........ JR. C Ty Darlington, OU/Kyle Fuller, BU.... Sr./Jr. OG Brady Foltz, TCU .................................. Sr. OG Alfredo Morales, Texas Tech ................ Sr. OT CODY WHITEHAIR, K-STATE...............SR. OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU ................... Sr. AP MORGAN BURNS, K-STATE ................ Sr. PK Austin Seibert, Oklahoma .................... Fr.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL .............................. CL DE Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State ..... Jr. DE Charles Tapper, Oklahoma ..................Sr. DT WILL GEARY, K-STATE...................... SO. DT Andrew Billings, Baylor ....................... Jr. LB Jordan Burton, Oklahoma State........... Jr. LB Peter Jinkens, Texas .......................... Sr.. LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma ........................Sr. CB Xavien Howard, Baylor ........................ Jr. CB Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma .................... Jr. S Derrick Kindred, TCU...........................Sr. S Jordan Sterns, Oklahoma State ........... Jr. P Nick O’Toole, West Virginia .................Sr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL ...............................CL DE Josh Carraway, TCU ............................ Jr. DE Noble Nwachukwu, West Virginia......... Jr. DT Kyle Rose, West Virginia ...................... Sr. DT Desmond Tucker, Iowa State ............... Jr. LB Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma ......... Jr. LB Micah Awe, Texas Tech ....................... Sr. LB Nick Kwiatkoski, West Virginia ............. Sr. CB Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma .................So. CB Daryl Worley, West Virginia .................. Jr. S Steven Parker, Oklahoma ....................So. S Fish Smithson, Kansas ........................ Jr. P Austin Seibert, Oklahoma .................... Fr.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Bob Stoops, Oklahoma OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

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ATTEMPTS Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Att at Missouri, 11/16/57.....................................................78 vs. BYU, 9/25/71 ............................................................77 at Iowa State, 11/3/2001 ...............................................75 vs. Tulsa, 9/22/73 ..........................................................74 vs. Wichita State, 9/21/74 ..............................................73 vs. Iowa State, 11/15/58 ................................................73 7. vs. South Dakota, 9/12/81 ..............................................70 at Air Force, 9/29/79 ......................................................70 9. Many Times ....................................................................69 Last: vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003 ......................................69

Yds 410 269 343 315 331 277 368 344 367

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Att 2003 ..........................................................................................688 2002 ..........................................................................................655 1973 ..........................................................................................641 2011 ..........................................................................................606 2001 ..........................................................................................606 2000 ..........................................................................................595 1974 ..........................................................................................581 1982 ..........................................................................................579 1957 ..........................................................................................577 1998 ..........................................................................................571

Fewest Attempts Game ................................................................13, vs. Colorado, 10/2/51 Season................................................................. 298 (1947 - 10 games)

Game

5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Opponent, Date Yds at Drake, 11/6/54 .......................................................................439 vs. Drake, 9/19/53 .....................................................................438 vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97 ........................................................429 vs. Baker, 9/16/50 .....................................................................429 vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002..........................................................415 at Missouri, 11/16/57.................................................................410 at Colorado, 10/17/53 ................................................................376 at North Texas, 11/27/2010........................................................373 vs. Kansas, 10/28/95 .................................................................373 vs. South Dakota, 9/12/81..........................................................368

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Yds 2002 .......................................................................................3,433 2003 .......................................................................................3,429 2001 .......................................................................................2,835 1998 .......................................................................................2,699 2010 .......................................................................................2,593 2000 .......................................................................................2,575 2012 .......................................................................................2,522 1973 .......................................................................................2,443 1997 .......................................................................................2,422 2011 .......................................................................................2,411

Fewest Yards Game ............................................................... -93, at Kentucky, 9/19/70 Season................................................................. 563 (1967 - 10 games)

YARDS PER CARRY Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 2002 .............................................................. 13 2001 .............................................................. 11 2003 .............................................................. 15 1953 .............................................................. 10 1954 .............................................................. 10 1957 .............................................................. 10 1998 .............................................................. 12 1973 .............................................................. 11 1997 .............................................................. 11 1949 .............................................................. 10

Yds 3,433 2,835 3,429 2,274 2,268 2,262 2,699 2,443 2,422 2,010

Avg. 264.1 257.7 228.5 227.4 226.8 226.2 224.9 222.1 220.2 201.0

Fewest Yards Per Game Season................................................................ 56.3 (1967 - 10 games)

TOUCHDOWNS Game

Year Att 2002 ............................................................ 655 2003 ............................................................ 688 1953 ............................................................ 469 2012 ............................................................ 526 1998 ............................................................ 571 2010 ............................................................ 554 2001 ............................................................ 606 1954 ............................................................ 490 2007 ............................................................ 351 2013 ............................................................ 514

Yds 3,433 3,429 2,274 2,522 2,699 2,593 2,835 2,268 1,593 2,314

Avg. 5.24 4.98 4.85 4.79 4.73 4.68 4.68 4.63 4.54 4.50

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Collin Klein, 2011 .........................................................317 Darren Sproles, 2003....................................................306 Daniel Thomas, 2010 ...................................................298 Daniel Thomas, 2009 ...................................................247 Darren Sproles, 2004....................................................244 Josh Scobey, 2001 ........................................................240 Darren Sproles, 2002....................................................237 J.J. Smith, 1994 ............................................................232 Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................227 Isaac Jackson, 1973 .....................................................225

Yds 1,141 1,986 1,585 1,265 1,318 1,263 1,465 1,073 975 1,137

Season By Quarterback 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Collin Klein, 2011 .........................................................317 Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................227 Collin Klein, 2012 .........................................................207 Ell Roberson, 2002 .......................................................202 Steve Grogan, 1973 ......................................................188

1,141 975 920 1,032 372

Career

Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. at Kansas, 11/2/2002 ....................................................................7 vs. North Texas, 9/23/2000 ............................................................7 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 ...............................................................7 4. vs. TCU, 10/10/15 .........................................................................6 vs. UTEP, 9/27/2014 .......................................................................6 at Kansas, 10/6/2012 ....................................................................6 vs. Miami, 9/8/2012.......................................................................6 vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 ...........................................................6 at Kansas, 10/22/2011 ..................................................................6 vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/2009 ...........................................................6 vs. Nebraska, 10/23/2004..............................................................6

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player, Years Att Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................815 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................604 Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................601 John Hubert, 2010-13...................................................599 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ..............................................545 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 1997-98 ..................................507 Cornelius Davis, 1966-68 .............................................506 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 ...............................................492 Mike Lawrence, 1994-97 ..............................................491 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 ......................................................491

Yds 4,979 2,818 2,485 2,993 2,850 2,537 1,873 2,182 2,265 2,210

Career By Quarterback

Season

YARDAGE Rk 1. 2. 3.

Season

YARDS PER GAME

TEAM

Rk Year TDs 1. 2002 ............................................................................................53 2. 2012 ............................................................................................42 2000 ............................................................................................42 1998 ............................................................................................42 5. 2010 ............................................................................................40 2003 ............................................................................................40 7. 2011 ............................................................................................34 2001 ............................................................................................34 9. 1999 ............................................................................................31 10. 2014 ............................................................................................30

Fewest Touchdowns Game ...................................0, Many Times (Last: at Texas, 10/24/2015) Season..................................................................... 4 (1962 - 10 games)

INDIVIDUAL ATTEMPTS Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att Darren Sproles vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003 .......................43 Darren Sproles vs. Western Kentucky, 9/4/2004 .............42 Bill Butler vs. BYU, 9/25/71 ............................................41 Darren Sproles vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004........................38 Mike Lawrence vs. Iowa State, 11/23/96 ........................38 6. Mack Green vs. Mississippi State, 10/1/77.....................37 7. Daniel Thomas at North Texas, 11/27/2010....................36 L.J. Brown vs. Colorado, 11/22/80 ..................................36 Isaac Jackson vs. Kansas, 10/14/72 ..............................36 10. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .........................35 Eric Gallon vs. Missouri, 11/16/91..................................35 Tony Jordan at Iowa State, 11/15/86 ..............................35

Yds 273 221 142 292 252 181 269 148 110 103 184 218

Game By Quarterback 1. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .........................35 2. Allen Webb vs. Nebraska, 10/23/2004 ...........................34 3. Daniel Sams vs. Baylor, 10/12/2013 ..............................30 Allan Evridge at Nebraska, 11/12/2005 ..........................30 5. Joe Hubener vs. Baylor, 11/5/2015 ..............................29 Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .........................29 Steve Grogan at Oklahoma State, 11/10/73 ....................29

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Ell Roberson, 2000-2003 ..............................................604 Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................601 Steve Grogan, 1972-74 ................................................339 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................324 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000.......................299

2,818 2,485 585 1,314 965

YARDAGE Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Yds Darren Sproles vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004....................................292 Darren Sproles vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003 ...................................273 Daniel Thomas at North Texas, 11/27/2010................................269 Mike Lawrence vs. Iowa State, 11/23/96 ....................................252 Darren Sproles vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/2003 ...................................235 Daniel Thomas vs. UCLA, 9/4/2010 ............................................234 Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .....................................228 J.J. Smith at UNLV, 11/26/94 ......................................................227 Darren Sproles vs. Western Kentucky, 9/4/2004 .........................221 John Hubert at Kansas, 11/30/2013 ...........................................220

Game By Quarterback

Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

103 147 199 138 153 228 50

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .....................................228 Daniel Sams vs. Baylor, 10/12/2013 ..........................................199 Michael Bishop vs. Missouri, 10/11/97 ......................................196 Ell Roberson at Colorado, 10/5/2002 ..........................................178 Joe Hubener vs. Baylor, 11/5/2015 ..........................................153

Game By Class Senior 1. Darren Sproles vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004....................................292 2. Daniel Thomas vs. North Texas, 11/27/2010 ..............................269 3. Daniel Thomas vs. UCLA, 9/4/2010 ............................................234 4. J.J. Smith at UNLV, 11/26/94 ......................................................227 5. Darren Sproles vs. Western Kentucky, 9/4/2004 .........................221 Junior 1. Darren Sproles vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003 ...................................273 2. Mike Lawrence vs. Iowa State, 11/23/96 ....................................252 3. Darren Sproles vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/2003 ...................................235 4. Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .....................................228 5. Tony Jordan at Iowa State, 11/15/86 ..........................................218 Sophomore 1. Daniel Sams vs. Baylor, 10/12/2013 ..........................................199 2. Marlon Charles vs. Indiana State, 9/7/96 ...................................195 3. Greg Dageforde vs. Wyoming, 9/24/83 ........................................175 4. Cornelius Davis at Cincinnati, 10/22/66 .....................................172 5. John Hubert at Miami, 9/24/2011 ...............................................166


Career 100-Yard Rushing Games by a QB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Collin Klein, 2010-12....................................................................10 Ell Roberson, 2000-03....................................................................8 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ...............................................................4 Daniel Sams, 2012-13 ...................................................................3 Four Players ...................................................................................2 Last: Joe Hubener, 2013-15

RUSHING RECORDS

J.J. Smith, 1991-94 ......................................................................10 7. Josh Scobey, 2000-01 ....................................................................9 8. Ell Roberson, 2000-03....................................................................8 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 .................................................................8 10. Mike Lawrence, 1994-97 ................................................................7 Eric Gallon, 1989-92 ......................................................................7 James Johnson, 2006-07 ................................................................7

DARREN SPROLES Holds 17 school rushing records and 44 top-10 rankings

CAREER 1,000-YARD RUSHERS

Freshman 1. Parrish Fisher vs. North Texas, 9/24/2005..................................169 2. Leon Patton vs. Oklahoma State, 10/7/2006 ..............................151 3. Allan Evridge at Nebraska, 11/12/2005 ......................................138 4. Justin Silmon vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015 ..........................119 5. Leon Patton at Missouri, 10/21/2006 .........................................112

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Darren Sproles, 2003....................................................306 Daniel Thomas, 2010 ...................................................298 Darren Sproles, 2002....................................................237 Darren Sproles, 2004....................................................244 Daniel Thomas, 2009 ...................................................247 Josh Scobey, 2001 ........................................................240 Collin Klein, 2011 .........................................................317 Isaac Jackson, 1973 .....................................................225 James Johnson, 2007 ...................................................174 Eric Gallon, 1991 ..........................................................224

Yds 1,986 1,585 1,465 1,318 1,265 1,263 1,141 1,137 1,106 1,102

Other 1,000-Yard Seasons 11. 12. 13. 14.

J.J. Smith, 1994 ............................................................232 John Hubert, 2013 ........................................................198 Ell Roberson, 2002 .......................................................202 Cornelius Davis, 1966 ..................................................210

1,073 1,048 1,032 1,028

Season By Quarterback 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Collin Klein, 2011 .........................................................317 Ell Roberson, 2002 .......................................................202 Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................227 Collin Klein, 2012 .........................................................207 Daniel Sams, 2013 .......................................................152

1,141 1,032 975 920 807

Season By Class Senior Rk Player, Year Yds 1. Daniel Thomas, 2010...............................................................1,585 2. Darren Sproles, 2004...............................................................1,318 3. Josh Scobey, 2001 ...................................................................1,263 4. Isaac Jackson, 1973 ................................................................1,137 5. James Johnson, 2007 ..............................................................1,106 Junior 1. Darren Sproles, 2003...............................................................1,986 2. Daniel Thomas, 2009...............................................................1,265 3. Collin Klein, 2011 ....................................................................1,141 4. Eric Gallon, 1991 .....................................................................1,102 5. Ell Roberson, 2002 ..................................................................1,032 Sophomore 1. Darren Sproles, 2002...............................................................1,465 2. Cornelius Davis, 1966 .............................................................1,028 3. John Hubert, 2011 ......................................................................970 4. Eric Hickson, 1995 .....................................................................816 5. Daniel Sams, 2013 .....................................................................807 Freshman 1. Leon Patton, 2006 ......................................................................609 2. Justin Silmon, 2015..................................................................355 3. Roosevelt Duncan, 1976 .............................................................304 4. Parrish Fisher, 2005 ...................................................................289 5. Daniel Sams, 2012 .....................................................................235

Season 100-Yard Rushing Games Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year No. Darren Sproles, 2002....................................................................10 Darren Sproles, 2003......................................................................9 Daniel Thomas, 2010......................................................................7 Josh Scobey, 2001 ..........................................................................7 5. J.J. Smith, 1994 ..............................................................................6 Isaac Jackson, 1973 .......................................................................6 7. John Hubert, 2013 ..........................................................................5 Collin Klein, 2011 ...........................................................................5 Darren Sproles, 2004......................................................................5 Eric Hickson, 1998 .........................................................................5 Cornelius Davis, 1966 ....................................................................5 James Johnson, 2007 .....................................................................5 Daniel Thomas, 2009......................................................................5

Season 100-Yard Rushing Games by a QB 1. Collin Klein, 2011 ...........................................................................5 2. Ell Roberson, 2001 .........................................................................4 3. Daniel Sams, 2013 .........................................................................3 Collin Klein, 2012 ...........................................................................3 Michael Bishop, 1998 .....................................................................3

Fastest To 1,000 Yards in a Season Rk Player, Year No. 1. Darren Sproles, 2002....................................................159 James Johnson, 2007 ...................................................159 3. Darren Sproles, 2003....................................................182 4. John Hubert, 2013 ........................................................187 5. Daniel Thomas, 2009 ...................................................192 Isaac Jackson, 1973 .....................................................192 7. Darren Sproles, 2004....................................................195 8. Ell Roberson, 2002 .......................................................196 9. Daniel Thomas, 2010 ...................................................197 10. Josh Scobey, 2001 ........................................................199

Gms 10 11 10 13 10 10 9 12 9 10

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................815 John Hubert, 2010-13...................................................599 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ..............................................545 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................604 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 1997-98 ..................................507 Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................601 Mike Lawrence, 1994-97 ..............................................491 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 ......................................................491 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 ...............................................492 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 ..................................................409

Yds 4,979 2,993 2,850 2,818 2,537 2,485 2,265 2,210 2,182 1,981

Career By Quarterback 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................604 Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................601 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................324 Daniel Sams, 2012-13 .................................................184 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000.......................299

2,818 2,485 1,314 1,042 965

Career 100-Yard Rushing Games Rk Player, Years No. 1. Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................................24 2. John Hubert, 2011-13...................................................................12 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ..............................................................12 4. Collin Klein, 2010-12....................................................................10 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 1997-98 ..................................................10

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Player, Years Att Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................815 John Hubert, 2010-13...................................................599 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ..............................................545 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................604 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 97-98 ......................................507 Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................601 Mike Lawrence, 1994-97 ..............................................492 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 ......................................................491 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 ...............................................492 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 ..................................................409 Eric Gallon, 1989-92 ....................................................447 Cornelius Davis, 1966-68 .............................................506 Tony Jordan, 1984-87...................................................427 L.J. Brown, 1978-80 .....................................................375 James Johnson, 2006-07 ..............................................272 Roosevelt Duncan, 1976-79 .........................................364 Bill Butler, 1969-71 ......................................................350 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................324 Don Calhoun, 1971-73 .................................................290 Mack Green, 1977-78...................................................305 Charles Jones, 2014-15 .............................................275 Corky Taylor, 1951-54 ..................................................191 Marlon Charles, 1995-98 .............................................225 Daniel Sams, 2012-13 .................................................184 Ralph Pfeifer, 1955-57 .................................................243 Todd Moody, 1983-86 ..................................................259 Pat Jackson, 1989-90...................................................270

Yds 4,979 2,993 2,850 2,818 2,537 2,485 2,265 2,210 2,182 1,981 1,960 1,873 1,593 1,580 1,509 1,434 1,400 1,314 1,300 1,268 1,236 1,212 1,133 1,042 1,016 1,014 1,001

YARDS PER CARRY Game (Min. 10 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Opponent, Date Att Corky Taylor vs. Colorado, 10/17/53 ............... 11 Corky Taylor at Wyoming, 9/25/54 .................. 12 Michael Bishop vs. Missouri, 10/11/97 .......... 14

Yds 177 188 196

Avg. 16.1 15.7 14.0

Yds 1,986 1,106 1,465 609 1,318 902 1,585 807 1,048 1,263

Avg. 6.49 6.36 6.18 5.64 5.40 5.34 5.32 5.31 5.29 5.26

Yds 4,979 1,509 2,850 1,133 2,537 2,993 1,981 1,030 2,818 2,265

Avg. 6.11 5.55 5.23 5.04 5.00 5.00 4.84 4.70 4.67 4.61

Season (Min. 100 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Darren Sproles, 2003 ................................... 306 James Johnson, 2007 ................................... 174 Darren Sproles, 2002 ................................... 237 Leon Patton, 2006 ........................................ 108 Darren Sproles, 2004 ................................... 244 Eric Hickson, 1998 ....................................... 169 Daniel Thomas, 2010 ................................... 298 Daniel Sams, 2013 ....................................... 152 John Hubert, 2013 ........................................ 198 Josh Scobey, 2001........................................ 240

Career (Min. 200 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Darren Sproles, 2001-04 .............................. 815 James Johnson, 2006-07.............................. 272 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 .............................. 545 Marlon Charles, 1996-98 ............................. 225 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 97-98 ...................... 507 John Hubert, 2010-13................................... 599 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 .................................. 409 Thomas Clayton, 2004-06 ............................ 219 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 604 Mike Lawrence, 1994-97.............................. 491

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YARDS PER GAME Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Gms Darren Sproles, 2003 ..................................... 15 Daniel Thomas, 2010 ..................................... 13 Darren Sproles, 2004 ..................................... 11 Josh Scobey, 2001.......................................... 11 Darren Sproles, 2002 ..................................... 13 Daniel Thomas, 2009 ..................................... 12 Isaac Jackson, 1973 ....................................... 11 Cornelius Davis, 1966 .................................... 10 Eric Gallon, 1991 ............................................ 11 J.J. Smith, 1994 .............................................. 11

Yds 1,986 1,585 1,318 1,263 1,465 1,265 1,137 1,028 1,102 1,073

Avg. 132.4 121.9 119.8 114.8 112.7 105.4 103.4 102.8 100.2 97.5

Yds 2,850 4,979 1,981 2,818 1,509 2,182 2,993 1,873 2,537 2,210

Avg. 114.0 110.6 82.5 68.7 68.6 66.1 65.1 64.6 61.9 61.4

Yds 321 300 201 558 529 272 341 468 295 245 219 252 331 293 450 279 1,028 628 402 506 497 838 608 1,137 401 373 368 707 561 668 575 531 404 677 406 367 738 692 736 328 721 1,161 705 758 1,073 816 982 750 902 613 718 1,263 1,465 1,986 1,318 637 609 1,106

Avg. 3.3 5.6 3.7 5.9 7.3 3.7 3.3 4.1 4.0 3.5 5.8 3.5 3.8 5.1 3.7 3.3 4.9 3.0 3.6 3.9 3.9 4.1 4.6 5.1 5.0 4.8 3.0 3.7 5.0 4.5 3.5 4.7 4.1 4.4 4.1 3.3 3.7 4.1 5.1 3.5 3.8 4.9 4.0 3.9 4.6 5.2 4.7 4.4 5.3 5.1 4.2 5.3 6.2 6.5 5.4 4.6 5.6 6.4

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ................................ 25 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ................................ 45 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 .................................... 24 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................... 41 James Johnson, 2006-07................................ 22 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 ................................. 33 John Hubert, 2010-13..................................... 46 Cornelius Davis, 1966-68............................... 29 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 97-98 ........................ 41 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 ........................................ 36

ANNUAL RUSHING LEADERS Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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Player Att Ted Maupin ............................................... 96 Ted Maupin ............................................... 56 Veryl Switzer ............................................. 54 Veryl Switzer ............................................. 95 Corky Taylor .............................................. 72 Doug Roether ............................................ 74 Keith Wilson ............................................ 103 Ralph Pfeifer ........................................... 115 Max Falk ................................................... 74 Dale Evans................................................ 70 Jack Richardson ........................................ 38 Joel Searles............................................... 73 Willis Crenshaw ....................................... 88 Ron Barlow .............................................. 58 Jerry Condit ............................................. 122 Henry Howard ........................................... 84 Cornelius Davis ....................................... 210 Cornelius Davis ....................................... 210 Larry Brown ............................................ 111 Mack Herron ........................................... 127 Bill Butler ............................................... 127 Bill Butler ............................................... 204 Don Calhoun ........................................... 131 Isaac Jackson ......................................... 225 Roscoe Scobey .......................................... 80 Verdell Jones ............................................. 78 Tony Brown ............................................. 123 Mack Green ............................................ 192 Mack Green ............................................ 113 L.J. Brown ............................................... 148 L.J. Brown ............................................... 165 Masi Toluao ............................................ 114 Iosefatu Faraimo ....................................... 99 Greg Dageforde ....................................... 153 Stan Weber ............................................... 98 Ray Wilson .............................................. 112 Tony Jordan............................................. 202 Tony Jordan............................................. 169 Lee Pickett .............................................. 144 Pat Jackson .............................................. 93 Pat Jackson ............................................ 177 Eric Gallon .............................................. 224 Eric Gallon .............................................. 178 J.J. Smith ................................................ 190 J.J. Smith ................................................ 232 Eric Hickson ............................................ 158 Mike Lawrence........................................ 209 Eric Hickson ............................................ 169 Eric Hickson ............................................ 169 Joe Hall ................................................... 121 Josh Scobey ............................................ 169 Josh Scobey ............................................ 240 Darren Sproles ........................................ 237 Darren Sproles ........................................ 306 Darren Sproles ........................................ 244 Thomas Clayton ...................................... 137 Leon Patton............................................. 108 James Johnson........................................ 174

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Lamark Brown ........................................ 118 Daniel Thomas ........................................ 247 Daniel Thomas ........................................ 298 Collin Klein.............................................. 317 John Hubert............................................. 189 John Hubert............................................. 198 Charles Jones.......................................... 133 Charles Jones.......................................... 142

412 1,265 1,585 1,141 947 1,048 540 696

3.5 5.1 5.3 3.6 5.0 5.3 4.1 4.9

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date TDs 1. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .........................................5 Jonathan Beasley vs. North Texas, 9/23/2000 ................................5 3. Joe Hubener vs. TCU, 10/10/2015 ................................................4 Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/2012........................................4 John Hubert vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012................................................4 Collin Klein at Kansas, 10/22/2011 ................................................4 Daniel Thomas vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/2009 ...................................4 Allen Webb vs. Nebraska, 10/23/2004 ...........................................4 Josh Scobey vs. New Mexico State, 9/22/2001 ...............................4 Josh Scobey vs. Iowa State, 11/4/2000 ..........................................4 Pat Jackson vs. New Mexico State, 9/15/90....................................4

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year TDs Collin Klein, 2011 ...................................................................... 27* Collin Klein, 2012 .........................................................................23 Mack Herron, 1969 .......................................................................20 Daniel Thomas, 2010....................................................................19 Darren Sproles, 2002....................................................................17 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................................................17 7. Darren Sproles, 2003....................................................................16 Ell Roberson, 2002 .......................................................................16 Josh Scobey, 2000 ........................................................................16 10. John Hubert, 2012 ........................................................................15 Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................................15 Josh Scobey, 2001 ........................................................................15 * Tied the Big 12 and NCAA FBS Quarterback Records that Season

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Player, Years TDs Collin Klein, 2010-12....................................................................56 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................................45 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................................40 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 ..................................................................31 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ..............................................................30 John Hubert, 2010-13...................................................................28 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-2000...........................................26 Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 97-98 ......................................................26 9. Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................................23 Mack Herron, 1968-69 .................................................................23

Career By Quarterback 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Collin Klein, 2010-12....................................................................56 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................................40 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000.......................................26 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................................23 Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................................................20

COLLIN KLEIN Broke school records for career and season rushing touchdowns

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LONGEST RUSHES [SINCE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;69 UNLESS NOTED] Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Yds Gerald Hackney vs. Kansas, 11/2/48 ......................................... 96* John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012 .................................. 95* Brandon Banks at Missouri, 11/8/2008 ..................................... 93* Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .................................... 91* Tony Jordan at Iowa State, 11/15/1986 ..................................... 89* Mack Green at vs. Oklahoma State, 10/15/1977 ....................... 85* Thomas Clayton vs. Florida International, 9/3/2005................... 80* Darren Sproles at Colorado, 10/5/2002 ..................................... 80* 9. L.J. Brown at Air Force, 9/29/79 ................................................ 79* 10. Darren Sproles at Missouri, 11/6/2004 ...................................... 74* 11. Darren Sproles vs. Missouri, 11/1/2003 .......................................73 12. J.J. Smith vs. Idaho State, 9/14/91 ............................................ 72* Lemuel James vs. Wyoming, 9/24/83 ...........................................72 14. Ell Roberson at Colorado, 10/5/2002 ......................................... 71* 15. Darren Sproles at Iowa State, 11/8/2003......................................70 Darren Sproles vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 ................................. 70* * Denotes touchdown scored on play

200-YARD RUSHING GAMES [14] Yards 292 273 269 252 235 234 228 227 221 220 218 204 201 200

Name Darren Sproles Darren Sproles Daniel Thomas Mike Lawrence Darren Sproles Daniel Thomas Ell Roberson [Q] J.J. Smith Darren Sproles John Hubert Tony Jordan Josh Scobey Darren Sproles L.J. Brown

Opponent Louisiana Missouri North Texas Iowa State Oklahoma UCLA Nebraska UNLV Western Kentucky Kansas Iowa State Kansas Iowa State Air Force

Date 9/18/2004 11/22/2003 11/27/2010 11/23/96 12/6/2003 9/4/2010 11/16/2002 11/26/94 9/4/2004 11/30/2013 11/15/86 10/27/2001 11/8/2003 9/29/79

150-YARD RUSHING GAMES [48] Yards 199 198 196 195 195 188 185 184 184 181 181 178 177 177 176 175 175 172 172 172 169

Name Daniel Sams [Q] Josh Scobey Michael Bishop [Q] Joe Hall Marlon Charles Corky Taylor Daniel Thomas Eric Gallon Eric Gallon Daniel Thomas Mack Green Ell Roberson [Q] Thomas Clayton Corky Taylor Eric Gallon Darren Sproles Greg Dageforde James Johnson Josh Scobey Cornelius Davis Parrish Fisher

Opponent Baylor Missouri Missouri Utah State Indiana State Wyoming Kansas Missouri Indiana State Iowa State Mississippi State Colorado Florida International Colorado Oklahoma State California Wyoming Missouri Iowa State Cincinnati North Texas

Date 10/12/2013 11/24/2001 10/11/97 10/16/99 9/7/96 9/25/54 11/7/2009 11/16/91 9/7/91 9/18/2010 10/1/77 10/5/2002 9/3/2005 10/17/53 11/23/91 8/23/2003 9/24/83 11/17/2007 11/3/2001 10/22/66 9/24/2005


Mike Lawrence Darren Sproles Veryl Switzer John Hubert Josh Scobey Eric Gallon Eric Hickson Gerald Hackney Cornelius Davis Darren Sproles James Johnson Darren Sproles Mike Lawrence John Hubert Isaac Jackson Isaac Jackson Frank Murphy Pat Jackson Darren Sproles Roscoe Scobey Joe Hubener [Q] John Hubert Thomas Clayton Darren Sproles Doug Roether Leon Patton Dougal Russell

Missouri Iowa State Kansas Miami USC Iowa State Bowling Green Iowa State Army Missouri Colorado Nebraska Kansas Texas Tech Iowa State Tulsa UTEP New Mexico State Baylor Wichita State Baylor Missouri State Marshall Massachusetts Drake Oklahoma State Oklahoma

10/12/96 11/20/2004 11/7/53 9/24/2011 9/8/2001 11/5/92 9/27/97 10/15/49 9/17/66 11/6/2004 10/13/2007 11/16/2002 11/9/96 11/9/2013 10/20/73 9/22/73 9/18/99 9/15/90 11/1/2003 9/21/74 11/5/2015 9/1/2012 9/10/2005 9/13/2003 11/5/54 10/7/2006 11/18/33

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES [157] Yards 149 149 148 147 147 147 147 145 145 144 144 144 142 142 141 141 140 140 139 139 138 138 138 138 137 137 137 137 137 136 136 135 135 135 134 133 132 132 131 131 130 130 130 130 129 128 128 128 128 127 127 127 126 126 126 125 124 124 123 123

Name Josh Scobey Frank Murphy L.J. Brown Allen Webb [Q] Josh Scobey Isaac Jackson Tony Jordan Daniel Thomas Ell Roberson [Q] Collin Klein [Q] Eric Hickson Mack Green John Kendrick Bill Butler Collin Klein Todd Moody Darren Sproles Michael Bishop [Q] Collin Klein [Q] Daniel Thomas Jake Waters [Q] Allan Evridge [Q] J.J. Smith L.J. Brown Daniel Thomas Lamark Brown Eric Hickson J.J. Smith J.J. Smith Daniel Thomas Darren Sproles Darren Sproles Darren Sproles J.J. Smith Eric Gallon Mike Zeleznak Don Calhoun Gene Keady Ell Roberson [Q] Isaac Jackson John Hubert Darren Sproles Lee Pickett Bill Butler James Johnson Darren Sproles Eric Gallon Bill Butler Henry Hawthorne Collin Klein [Q] James Johnson J.J. Smith John Hubert Darrell Ray Dickey [Q] Roosevelt Duncan Cornelius Davis Darren Sproles Eric Hickson Mack Green Mack Herron

Opponent Iowa State Temple Colorado Nebraska Tennessee Oklahoma Kansas Colorado California Oklahoma State Iowa State Oklahoma State Northern Iowa Brigham Young Missouri Colorado Nebraska Nebraska Kent State Tennessee Tech Iowa State Nebraska Missouri Colorado Missouri State Louisiana Colorado Iowa State Minnesota Louisiana Texas Nebraska Western Kentucky Kansas Temple Nebraska Brigham Young Wyoming Iowa State Memphis Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Nebraska Texas Iowa State Memphis Colorado Texas Missouri UNLV Missouri South Dakota Oklahoma State New Mexico Baylor Texas Air Force Baylor

Date 11/4/2000 9/11/99 11/22/80 10/23/2004 1/1/2001 10/27/73 11/7/87 10/24/2009 8/23/2003 11/5/2011 11/11/95 10/15/77 9/14/85 9/25/71 11/13/2010 11/17/84 11/15/2003 11/14/98 9/17/2011 9/26/2009 9/6/2014 11/12/2005 11/12/94 11/11/78 9/11/2010 9/27/2008 10/10/98 11/5/94 9/24/94 9/12/2009 10/19/2002 10/23/2004 8/31/2002 10/9/93 9/26/92 11/1/41 9/16/72 10/27/56 11/3/2001 10/6/73 9/22/2012 10/12/2002 10/29/88 11/7/70 11/10/2007 10/4/2003 11/9/91 11/20/71 10/3/70 11/6/2010 10/21/2006 9/25/93 10/8/2011 9/12/81 10/7/78 9/24/66 10/26/2002 9/19/98 9/30/78 9/20/69

122 121 121 121 121 120 120 119 119 119 119 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 112 112 112 112 111 111 111 111 111 110 110 110 109 109 109 109 109 109 109 108 108 108 107 106 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 103 103 103 103 103 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 101 101 101

Charles Jones Darren Sproles Chris Claybon Eric Hickson Isaac Jackson John Hubert Mike Montgomery Justin Silmon Thomas Clayton Ell Roberson [Q] Ell Roberson [Q] Daniel Sams [Q] John Hubert Darren Sproles Mike Lawrence Eric Hickson Bill Gallagher Mike Zeleznak Collin Klein [Q] Darren Sproles James Johnson Ell Roberson [Q] Eric Hickson Tony Jordan L.J. Brown Ralph Graham James Johnson J.J. Smith Collin Klein [Q] Daniel Thomas Leon Patton Josh Scobey J.J. Smith Stan Weber [Q] Gene Keady Leon Patton Josh Scobey Joe Hall Lee Pickett Joe Hubener [Q] James Johnson Josh Scobey Rod Schiller Todd Moody Collin Klein [Q] Darren Sproles Isaac Jackson Daniel Sams [Q] Joe Hall Eric Hickson J.J. Smith Mark Hundley Mark Hundley Mack Green Eric Hickson Isaac Jackson Cornelius Davis Eric Hickson John Hubert Daniel Thomas Marlon Charles Eric Gallon Tony Jordan Ralph Pfeifer Jake Waters [Q] John Hubert Collin Klein [Q] Mike Lawrence Stan Weber [Q] Roscoe Scobey Dennis Kane Daniel Thomas Michael Bishop [Q] Don Calhoun Collin Klein [Q] Collin Klein [Q] Allen Webb [Q] Darren Sproles Bill Butler Leon Patton Thomas Clayton Mike Lawrence J.J. Smith Rod Schiller Pat Jackson Isaac Jackson Cornelius Davis Willis Crenshaw John Hubert Daniel Thomas Darren Sproles

Texas Colorado Louisiana Tech Kansas Kansas Iowa State Arizona State Louisiana Tech Louisville Nebraska USC Oklahoma State Massachusetts Arizona State Kansas Iowa State South Dakota State Iowa State Kansas Missouri Iowa State Oklahoma Akron Texas Christian South Dakota Oklahoma Missouri State Rice Baylor Baylor Baylor Louisiana Tech Oklahoma Nebraska Marquette Missouri New Mexico State Oklahoma State Tulane TCU San Jose State Texas Tech Oklahoma Colorado Texas Tech Kansas Kansas TCU Baylor Indiana State Missouri South Dakota Iowa State Kansas Baylor Nebraska Iowa State Temple Miami Texas Cincinnati Northern Illinois Colorado Missouri Texas Tech Iowa State Iowa State Texas A&M Tennessee Tech Wake Forest Oklahoma State Massachusetts Missouri Tampa Texas Texas A&M Colorado Iowa State Tulsa Kansas Missouri Iowa State Nebraska New Mexico State Northern Illinois Tampa Oklahoma Arizona Kansas Oklahoma State McNeese State

10/24/2015 10/5/2002 9/2/2000 10/28/95 10/13/73 12/3/2011 9/26/70 9/19/2015 9/23/2006 11/10/2001 9/8/2001 10/5/2013 9/14/2013 12/27/2002 10/28/95 10/24/98 9/17/60 11/15/41 10/6/2012 11/23/2002 10/28/2006 9/29/2001 9/23/95 9/20/86 9/20/80 11/18/33 9/15/2007 9/17/94 10/1/2011 10/23/2010 10/27/2007 11/17/2001 10/29/94 10/29/83 11/10/56 10/21/2006 9/22/2001 10/23/99 9/17/88 10/10/2015 9/8/2007 10/13/2001 10/30/93 11/23/85 10/15/2011 11/2/2002 10/14/72 11/16/2013 10/30/99 9/5/98 11/14/92 9/18/82 10/31/81 11/5/77 11/7/98 11/17/73 11/12/66 9/2/95 9/8/2012 11/6/2010 9/14/96 9/21/91 11/21/87 11/16/57 10/4/2014 11/2/2013 10/13/2012 10/18/97 9/15/84 9/27/75 11/12/49 9/5/2009 11/21/98 9/30/72 12/1/2012 11/12/2011 11/13/2004 11/9/2002 9/18/71 11/18/2006 11/19/2005 11/22/97 10/16/93 9/4/93 9/22/90 9/29/73 11/5/66 11/10/62 10/9/2012 10/30/2010 9/6/2003

101 Michael Bishop [Q] 100 Mike Lawrence 100 Tony Jordan 100 Greg Dageforde 100 Roosevelt Duncan 100 Steve Grogan [Q] [Q] - Denotes Quarterback

Texas A&M Northern Illinois Missouri Colorado Air Force Memphis

12/5/98 9/30/95 10/10/87 11/19/83 9/29/79 10/6/73

DOUBLE 100-YARD GAMES [12] 387... Ell Roberson (228)/Darren Sproles (159) vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 320..... Darren Sproles (175)/Ell Roberson (145) vs. California, 8/23/2003 303........Josh Scobey (172)/Ell Roberson (131) vs. Iowa State, 11/3/2001 300.........L.J. Brown (200)/Roosevelt Duncan (100) vs. Air Force, 9/29/79 299.......Ell Roberson (178)/Darren Sproles (121) vs. Colorado, 10/5/2002 284....................Josh Scobey (165)/Ell Roberson (119) vs. USC, 9/8/2001 282..... Allen Webb (147)/Darren Sproles (135) vs. Nebraska, 10/23/2004 265....Dougal Russell (150)/Ralph Graham (115) vs. Oklahoma, 11/18/33 239..... James Johnson (127)/Leon Patton (112) vs. Missouri, 10/21/2006 239.......... Eric Hickson (121)/Mike Lawrence (118) vs. Kansas, 10/28/95 233............. Collin Klein (127)/Daniel Thomas (106) vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 231..........Isaac Jackson (131)/Steve Grogan (100) vs. Memphis, 10/6/73 217............... Collin Klein (116)/John Hubert (101) vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012

RUSHING RECORDS

168 167 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 159 159 157 157 157 156 156 155 155 153 152 152 152 152 151 150

CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAMES 10 – Darren Sproles at Colorado, 10/5/2002 ..................................................................121 vs. Oklahoma State, 10/12/2002 ...................................................130 vs. Texas, 10/19/2002 ...................................................................136 at Baylor, 10/26/2002 ....................................................................124 at Kansas, 11/2/2002 ....................................................................110 vs. Iowa State, 11/9/2002..............................................................103 vs. Nebraska, 11/16/2002 .............................................................159 at Missouri, 11/23/2002 ................................................................116 vs. Arizona State, 12/27/2002........................................................118 vs. California, 8/23/2003 ...............................................................145 6 – Isaac Jackson vs. Tulsa, 9/22/73..........................................................................157 vs. Tampa, 9/29/73 .......................................................................102 vs. Memphis, 10/6/73 ....................................................................131 vs. Kansas, 10/13/73.....................................................................121 vs. Iowa State, 10/20/73................................................................157 vs. Oklahoma, 10/27/73 ................................................................147 5 – Darren Sproles vs. Baylor, 11/1/2003 ....................................................................155 at Iowa State, 11/8/2003 ...............................................................201 at Nebraska, 11/15/2003 ...............................................................140 vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003 ...............................................................273 vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/2003 ..............................................................235 3 – Daniel Thomas vs. UCLA, 9/4/2010........................................................................234 vs. Missouri State, 9/11/2010 ........................................................137 vs. Iowa State, 9/18/2010..............................................................181 3 – Daniel Thomas at Baylor, 10/23/2010 ....................................................................113 vs. Oklahoma State, 10/30/2010 ...................................................101 vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 .....................................................................106 3 – Joe Hall vs. Utah State, 10/16/99................................................................195 vs. Oklahoma State, 10/23/99 .......................................................112 vs. Baylor, 10/30/99 ......................................................................109 3 – Michael Bishop vs. Nebraska, 11/14/98 .................................................................140 vs. Missouri, 11/21/98 ...................................................................104 vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98 .................................................................101 3 – J.J. Smith vs. Oklahoma, 10/29/94 ................................................................113 vs. Iowa State, 11/5/94..................................................................137 vs. Missouri, 11/12/94 ...................................................................138 3 – J.J. Smith vs. UNLV, 9/25/93..........................................................................127 vs. Kansas, 10/9/93.......................................................................135 vs. Nebraska, 10/16/93 .................................................................102 3 – Eric Gallon vs. Iowa State, 11/9/91..................................................................128 vs. Missouri, 11/16/91 ...................................................................184 vs. Oklahoma State, 11/23/91 .......................................................176

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PASSING RECORDS

8. 1993 .......................................................................................2,698 9. 2012 .......................................................................................2,696 10. 1994 .......................................................................................2,614

TEAM ATTEMPTS

Fewest Yards

Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Opponent, Date Att at Colorado, 11/22/69 ....................................................63 at Iowa State, 10/21/72 .................................................59 at Auburn, 9/1/2007 .......................................................58 at Baylor, 9/30/2006 ......................................................55 vs. Iowa, 9/10/88 ...........................................................55 6. at Kentucky, 9/19/70 ......................................................53 7. Many Times ....................................................................52 Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 ....................................52

Cpl 28 23 33 22 30 28 30

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. 19 Times ........................................................................................4 Last: vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 and vs. Kansas, 11/29/2014

Year Att 2007 ............................................................ 510 1988 ............................................................ 443 2008 ............................................................ 425 2014 ............................................................ 415 2006 ............................................................ 415 1970 ............................................................ 410 1989 ............................................................ 403 1969 ............................................................ 379 2003 ............................................................ 371 1972 ............................................................ 368

Cpl 322 227 250 271 214 196 213 197 194 165

Int 12 24 10 8 20 34 13 19 17 30

Rk 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Season (Min. 75 Completions) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Cpl 1997 .............................................................. 88 1999 ............................................................ 116 2002 ............................................................ 120 1998 ............................................................ 179 2000 ............................................................ 166 2003 ............................................................ 194 1966 .............................................................. 81 2013 ............................................................ 197 1993 ............................................................ 186 1978 ............................................................ 141

Yds 1,674 2,090 2,066 3,042 2,755 3,186 1,207 2,921 2,698 2,019

Avg. 19.02 18.02 17.22 16.99 16.60 16.42 14.90 14.83 14.51 14.32

Yds 3,736 3,425 3,235 3,042 2,501 2,698 2,614 2,578 2,526 2,484

Avg. 287.4 285.4 269.6 253.5 250.1 245.3 237.6 234.4 229.6 225.8

Att 415 293 315 300 510 314 425 298 351 304

Perc. 65.30 64.51 64.44 64.00 63.14 62.74 58.82 58.72 58.40 57.89

YARDS PER GAME

Season

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Game .....................................................-3, at Oklahoma State, 11/19/55 Season................................................................. 378 (1955 - 10 games)

YARDS PER COMPLETION

Year TDs 1995 ............................................................................................27 2003 ............................................................................................25 2014 ............................................................................................23 1998 ............................................................................................23 2013 ............................................................................................22 2008 ............................................................................................22 2007 ............................................................................................21 1996 ............................................................................................21 2000 ............................................................................................19 1994 ............................................................................................18

Fewest Attempts

Fewest Touchdowns

Game (since 1968)...............................................4, vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 Season................................................................... 56 (1953 - 10 games)

Game ................................0, Many Times (Last: at Kansas, 11/28/2015) Season................................................... 1, twice (Last:1964 - 10 games)

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 2014 .............................................................. 13 2007 .............................................................. 12 2008 .............................................................. 12 1998 .............................................................. 12 1969 .............................................................. 10 1993 .............................................................. 11 1994 .............................................................. 11 1988 .............................................................. 11 1995 .............................................................. 11 1990 .............................................................. 11

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Season

INTERCEPTIONS

COMPLETIONS

Game

Game Rk Opponent, Date Att 1. at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 .....................................51 2. at Auburn, 9/1/2007 .......................................................58 at Kansas, 10/6/94 ........................................................44 4. vs. Kansas, 10/6/2007 ...................................................49 5. vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 ........................................................49

Cpl 36 33 33 32 31

Season

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Rk Opponent, Date Int 1. at Nebraska, 11/14/70 ...................................................................7 2. at Florida State, 11/21/70 ..............................................................6 vs. Iowa State, 10/12/68 ................................................................6 4. Many Times ....................................................................................5 Last: vs. Iowa, 9/10/88

Year Att 2007 ............................................................ 510 2014 ............................................................ 415 2008 ............................................................ 425 1988 ............................................................ 443 2006 ............................................................ 415 1989 ............................................................ 403 1994 ............................................................ 351 2012 ............................................................ 315 2013 ............................................................ 314 1969 ............................................................ 379

Cpl 322 271 250 227 214 213 205 203 197 197

Int 12 8 10 24 20 13 6 9 13 19

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Int 1970 ............................................................................................34 1972 ............................................................................................30 1950 ............................................................................................29 1965 ............................................................................................25 1988 ............................................................................................24 1949 ............................................................................................24 7. 1977 ............................................................................................23 1968 ............................................................................................23 9. 1979 ............................................................................................22 1951 ............................................................................................22

Fewest Completions

Fewest Interceptions

Game (since 1968)..............2, Seven Times (Last: vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 ) Season................................................................... 26 (1953 - 10 games)

Game .........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Iowa State, 11/21/2015) Season..................................................................... 3 (1953 - 10 games) ................................................................................. 5 (1998 - 12 games) ................................................................................. 6 (2002 - 13 games) ................................................................................. 6 (2011 - 13 games)

YARDS Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent, Date Yds at Nebraska, 10/16/93 ...............................................................489 vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 .........................................................486 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..................................................441 at Colorado, 11/22/69 ................................................................439 at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 .................................................404 at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ......................................................400 at Kansas, 10/6/94 ....................................................................397 at Missouri, 11/1/69...................................................................394 at Oklahoma, 10/24/70 ..............................................................384 vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/69 .............................................................380

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Year Yds 2014 .......................................................................................3,736 2007 .......................................................................................3,425 2003 .......................................................................................3,186 2008 .......................................................................................3,091 1998 .......................................................................................3,042 2013 .......................................................................................2,921 2000 .......................................................................................2,755

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PASSING EFFICIENCY Season (Min. 100 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Rating (A/C/I) 1998 .................................................................. 158.4 (316/179/5) 1995 ................................................................ 156.4 (300/192/12) 2013 ................................................................ 155.7 (314/197/13) 2014 .................................................................. 155.4 (415/271/8) 2012 .................................................................. 147.4 (315/203/9) 2002 .................................................................. 147.0 (223/120/6) 2010 .................................................................. 143.9 (293/189/8) 2003 ................................................................ 137.5 (371/194/17) 2008 ................................................................ 135.1 (425/250/10) 1994 .................................................................. 134.5 (351/205/6)

INDIVIDUAL Game

Season (Min. 100 Attempts) Year Att 1998 ............................................................ 316 2013 ............................................................ 314 2002 ............................................................ 223 2014 ............................................................ 415 2003 ............................................................ 371 2012 ............................................................ 315 1995 ............................................................ 300 1997 ............................................................ 204 1999 ............................................................ 256 2000 ............................................................ 338

Year Cpl 2014 ............................................................ 271 2010 ............................................................ 189 2012 ............................................................ 203 1995 ............................................................ 192 2007 ............................................................ 322 2013 ............................................................ 197 2008 ............................................................ 250 2009 ............................................................ 175 1994 ............................................................ 205 1996 ............................................................ 176

ATTEMPTS

YARDS PER ATTEMPT Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Yds 3,042 2,912 2,066 3,736 3,186 2,696 2,526 1,674 2,090 2,755

Avg. 9.62 9.30 9.26 9.00 8.59 8.56 8.42 8.21 8.16 8.15

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 .................................61 Dennis Morrison at Iowa State, 10/21/72 .......................59 Josh Freeman at Auburn, 9/1/2007 ................................57 Carl Straw vs. Oklahoma State, 10/29/88.......................52 Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008.......................51 Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ...............51 Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, 1/2/2004 ............................51 Chad May at Nebraska, 10/16/93...................................51 Carl Straw vs. Iowa, 9/10/88 ..........................................51 10. Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/2012 ..................................50 Lynn Dickey vs. Kansas, 10/10/70 .................................50

Cpl 28 26 32 26 29 36 20 30 26 27 27

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year Att Josh Freeman, 2007 ..................................... 499 Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 397 Josh Freeman, 2008 ..................................... 382

Cpl 316 262 224

Int 11 7 8


Lynn Dickey, 1969 ........................................ 372 Lynn Dickey, 1970 ........................................ 364 Carl Straw, 1988 .......................................... 358 Chad May, 1993 ........................................... 350 Chad May, 1994 ........................................... 337 Dennis Morrison, 1971 ................................. 333 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................ 313

196 180 191 185 200 157 156

19 26 17 10 6 14 10

Cpl 680 501 448 385 421 319 294 307 370 301

Int 34 64 31 16 16 43 38 26 15 24

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ...............51 Chad May at Kansas, 10/6/94 ........................................44 Josh Freeman at Auburn, 9/1/2007 ................................57 Jake Waters vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015.....................................48 Josh Freeman vs. Kansas, 10/6/2007.............................48 6. Chad May at Nebraska, 10/16/93...................................51 7. Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008.......................51 Dylan Meier at Texas A&M, 10/2/2004 ...........................45 Dennis Morrison at Oklahoma, 10/28/72 ........................48 10. Lynn Dickey vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/69 .............................42 Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 .................................61

Cpl 36 33 32 31 31 30 29 29 29 28 28

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Josh Freeman, 2006-08............................. 1,151 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .................................. 994 Carl Straw, 1987-90 ..................................... 833 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 687 Jake Waters, 2013-14................................... 657 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82................................ 640 Dennis Morrison, 1970-72 ............................ 637 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 628 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 604 Paul Watson, 1988-91.................................. 560

COMPLETIONS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Season Player, Year Att Josh Freeman, 2007 ..................................... 499 Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 397 Josh Freeman, 2008 ..................................... 382 Chad May, 1994 ........................................... 337 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 304 Lynn Dickey, 1969 ........................................ 372 Carl Straw, 1988 .......................................... 358 Chad May, 1993 ........................................... 350 Lynn Dickey, 1970 ........................................ 364 Paul Watson, 1991 ....................................... 304

Cpl 316 262 224 200 197 196 191 185 180 172

Int 11 7 8 6 9 19 17 10 26 10

Cpl 680 501 448 421 385 370 319 307 301 294

Int 34 64 31 16 16 15 43 26 24 38

Att 16 21 22

Pct 93.75 90.41 86.36

26 27 26

84.62 81.48 80.77

Att 397 263 304 240 499

Pct 65.99 65.02 64.80 64.17 63.33

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Josh Freeman, 2006-08............................. 1,151 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .................................. 994 Carl Straw, 1987-90 ..................................... 833 Jake Waters, 2013-14................................... 657 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 687 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 604 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82................................ 640 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 628 Paul Watson, 1988-91.................................. 560 Dennis Morrison, 1970-72 ............................ 637

COMPLETION PERCENETAGE Game (Min. 15 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Cpl Carson Coffman at Kansas, 10/14/2010 ........ 15 Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/2012 ....... 19 Brian Kavanagh vs. Indiana State, 9/7/96 ...... 19

Game (Min. 20 Attempts) 1. Josh Freeman at Colorado, 11/4/2006 ............ 22 2. Jake Waters at Baylor, 12/6/2014 ................... 22 3. Josh Freeman at Texas A&M, 10/11/2008 ...... 21

Season (Min. 100 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Cpl Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 262 Carson Coffman, 2010 ................................. 171 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 197 Matt Miller, 1995.......................................... 154 Josh Freeman, 2007 ..................................... 316

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years Cpl Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 421 Carson Coffman, 2007-10 ............................ 270 Matt Miller, 1994-95 .................................... 158 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 370 Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................ 680

Att 657 426 252 604 1,151

Pct 64.08 63.38 62.70 61.26 59.08

657 426 604 1,151 348

64.08 63.38 61.26 59.08 58.91

657 426 604 1,151 687

64.08 63.38 61.26 59.08 56.04

Career (Min. 300 Attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 421 Carson Coffman, 2007-10 ............................ 270 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 370 Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................ 680 Brian Kavanagh, 1993-96 ............................ 205

Career (Min. 400 Attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 421 Carson Coffman, 2007-10 ............................ 270 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 370 Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................ 680 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 385

Lowest Interception Percentage

Game

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Career (Min. 200 Attempts)

PASSING RECORDS

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Season (min. 100 attempts) ....................... 1.36, Michael Bishop (1998) (164-for-295, 4 Ints) Career (min. 200 attempts) ..................2.01, Brian Kavanagh (1993-96) (205-for-348, 7 Ints)

Consecutive Passes Without an Interception Game .......................... 51, Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 (36-for-51, 404 yards) Season................................................................171, Jake Waters (2014) Career ................................................................171, Jake Waters (2014)

YARDAGE Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player vs./at, Opponent, Date Yds Chad May at Nebraska, 10/16/93...............................................489 Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008...................................478 Michael Bishop vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..........................441 Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 .............................................439 Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ...........................404 Jake Waters at West Virginia, 11/20/2014...................................400 Lynn Dickey at Missouri, 11/8/69 ...............................................394 Lynn Dickey at Oklahoma, 10/24/70 ...........................................384 Lynn Dickey vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/69 .........................................380 Chad May at Kansas, 10/6/94 ....................................................379

Game By Class Senior 1. Michael Bishop vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..........................441 2. Jake Waters at West Virginia, 11/20/2014...................................400 3. Lynn Dickey at Oklahoma, 10/24/70 ...........................................384 4. Chad May at Kansas, 10/6/94 ....................................................379 5. Chad May at Colorado, 10/22/94 ................................................356 Junior 1. Chad May at Nebraska, 10/16/93...............................................489 2. Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008...................................478 3. Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 .............................................439 4. Lynn Dickey at Missouri, 11/8/69 ...............................................394 5. Lynn Dickey vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/69 .........................................380 Sophomore 1. Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ...........................404 2. Josh Freeman at Iowa State, 11/3/2007 .....................................347 3. Carl Straw at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 .............................................336 4. Josh Freeman at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 .....................................320 5. Josh Freeman vs. Kansas, 10/6/2007.........................................305 Freshman 1. Paul Watson vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/1/88 ...................................362 2. Allan Evridge vs. Texas A&M, 10/22/2005 ..................................357 3. Darrell Dickey at Kansas, 11/3/79 ..............................................306 4. Josh Freeman vs. Nebraska, 10/14/2006 ...................................272 5. Josh Freeman vs. Texas, 11/11/2006 .........................................269

JAKE WATERS Set the single-season record for passing yards in 2014

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 397 Josh Freeman, 2007 ..................................... 499 Josh Freeman, 2008 ..................................... 382 Michael Bishop, 1998 ................................... 295 Chad May, 1993 ........................................... 350 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 304 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................ 313 Chad May, 1994 ........................................... 337 Ell Roberson, 2003 ....................................... 294 Lynn Dickey, 1969 ........................................ 372

Cpl 262 316 224 164 185 197 156 200 152 196

Yds 3,501 3,353 2,945 2,844 2,682 2,641 2,636 2,571 2,545 2,476

Season By Class Senior Rk Player, Year Yds 1. Jake Waters, 2014 ...................................................................3,501 2. Michael Bishop, 1998 ..............................................................2,844 3. Collin Klein, 2012 ....................................................................2,641 4. Jonathan Beasley, 2000...........................................................2,636 5. Chad May, 1994 ......................................................................2,571 Junior 1. Josh Freeman, 2008 ................................................................2,945 2. Chad May, 1993 ......................................................................2,682 3. Lynn Dickey, 1969 ...................................................................2,476 4. Jake Waters, 2013 ...................................................................2,469 5. Collin Klein, 2011 ....................................................................1,918 Sophomore 1. Josh Freeman, 2007 ................................................................3,353 2. Carl Straw, 1988 .....................................................................1,947 3. Lynn Dickey, 1968 ...................................................................1,569 4. Dylan Meier, 2004 ...................................................................1,436 5. Gary Swim, 1987 .....................................................................1,304 Freshman 1. Josh Freeman, 2006 ................................................................1,780 2. Allan Evridge, 2005 .................................................................1,365 3. Darrell Dickey, 1979 ...................................................................895 4. Paul Watson, 1988 .....................................................................470 5. Ell Roberson, 2000 .....................................................................119

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Josh Freeman, 2006-08............................. 1,151 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .................................. 994 Jake Waters, 2013-14................................... 657 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 687 Carl Straw, 1987-90 ..................................... 833 Ell Roberson, 2000-2003 .............................. 627 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 604 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-2000 .......... 544 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ............................. 480 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82................................ 640

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Cpl 680 501 421 385 385 307 370 259 244 319

Yds 8,078 6,208 5,970 5,253 5,223 5,099 4,724 4,642 4,401 4,098

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PASSING RECORDS

300-YARD PASSING GAMES [39] Yards 489 478 441 439 404 400 394 384 380 379 362 357 356 349 348 347 343 341 341 340 338 336 332 327 325 323 320 317 313 313 312 311 311 306 306 305 303 302 300

Name Chad May Josh Freeman Michael Bishop Lynn Dickey Josh Freeman Jake Waters Lynn Dickey Lynn Dickey Lynn Dickey Chad May Paul Watson Allan Evridge Chad May Brian Kavanagh Jake Waters Josh Freeman Dan Manucci Dennis Morrison Michael Bishop Paul Watson Jake Waters Carl Straw Ell Roberson Carl Straw Carl Straw Collin Klein Josh Freeman Michael Bishop Josh Freeman Ell Roberson Chad May Paul Watson Jonathan Beasley Darrell Dickey Michael Bishop Josh Freeman Dennis Morrison Carl Straw Jake Waters

Opponent Nebraska Oklahoma Louisiana-Monroe Colorado Oklahoma State West Virginia Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma Kansas Louisiana Tech Texas A&M Colorado Oklahoma Oklahoma Iowa State Auburn Iowa State Texas A&M Nebraska UCLA Oklahoma Oklahoma State Northern Illinois Kansas West Virginia Nebraska Syracuse Louisville Nebraska Iowa State Northern Illinois Oklahoma State Kansas Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma State Missouri Baylor

Date 10/16/93 10/25/2008 9/26/98 11/22/69 10/20/2007 11/20/2014 11/8/69 10/24/70 10/25/69 10/6/94 10/1/88 10/22/2005 10/22/94 10/26/96 11/23/2013 11/3/2007 9/16/78 10/21/72 12/5/98 10/19/91 1/2/2015 10/15/88 10/11/2003 9/23/90 10/28/90 10/20/2012 11/10/2007 12/31/97 9/17/2008 11/15/2003 11/5/94 9/21/91 10/23/99 11/3/79 11/14/98 10/6/2007 11/6/71 10/21/89 12/6/2014

Most 300-Yard Games Season.................................................................4, Josh Freeman (2007) Career ........................................................... 6, Josh Freeman (2006-08)

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Collin Klein, 2009-12...............................................................4,724 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000..................................4,642 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ........................................................4,401 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82...........................................................4,098 Paul Watson, 1988-91.............................................................3,963 Dennis Morrison, 1970-72 .......................................................3,428 Carson Coffman, 2007-10 .......................................................3,224 Dan Manucci, 1977-78............................................................2,505 Jake Waters, 2013 ...................................................................2,469 Brian Kavanagh, 1993-96 .......................................................2,352 Dylan Meier, 2003-06..............................................................2,289 Steve Grogan, 1972-74 ...........................................................2,213 Matt Miller, 1994-95 ...............................................................2,096 Joe Hubener, 2013-15 ...........................................................2,072 Randy Williams, 1984-85 ........................................................2,032

YARDS PER GAME Player, Year Gms Josh Freeman, 2007 ....................................... 12 Jake Waters, 2014 .......................................... 13 Lynn Dickey, 1969 .......................................... 10 Josh Freeman, 2008 ....................................... 12 Chad May, 1993 ............................................. 11 Michael Bishop, 1998..................................... 12 Chad May, 1994 ............................................. 11 Paul Watson, 1991 ......................................... 11 Collin Klein, 2012 ........................................... 13 Jonathan Beasley, 2000 ................................. 13

Yds 3,353 3,501 2,476 3,945 2,682 2,844 2,571 2,312 2,641 2,636

Avg. 279.4 269.3 247.6 245.4 243.8 237.0 233.7 210.2 203.2 202.8

25. 26. 27. 28.

Player, Year Att Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 397 Josh Freeman, 2007 ..................................... 499 Josh Freeman, 2008 ..................................... 382 Michael Bishop, 1998 ................................... 295 Chad May, 1993 ........................................... 350 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 304 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................ 313 Chad May, 1994 ........................................... 337 Ell Roberson, 2003 ....................................... 294 Lynn Dickey, 1969 ........................................ 372 Jake Waters, 2013 ........................................ 260 Paul Watson, 1991 ....................................... 304 Lynn Dickey, 1970 ........................................ 364 Carl Straw, 1990 .......................................... 277 Carson Coffman, 2010.................................. 263 Matt Miller, 1995 .......................................... 240 Carl Straw, 1988 .......................................... 358 Collin Klein, 2011 ......................................... 281 Brian Kavanagh, 1996 .................................. 284 Joe Hubener, 2015 ...................................... 275 Dan Manucci, 1978 ...................................... 237 Jonathan Beasley, 1999................................ 203 Josh Freeman, 2006 ..................................... 270 Dennis Morrison, 1971 ................................. 333 Dennis Morrison, 1972 ................................. 300 Ell Roberson, 2002 ....................................... 175 Lynn Dickey, 1968 ........................................ 258 Michael Bishop, 1997 ................................... 185

Cpl 262 316 224 164 185 197 156 200 152 196 159 172 180 153 171 154 191 161 167 131 122 90 140 157 136 91 125 80

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Gms Chad May, 1993-94 ....................................... 22 Josh Freeman, 2006-08.................................. 35 Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................... 26 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .................................... 31 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ............................... 23 Carl Straw, 1987-90....................................... 32 Paul Watson, 1988-91 ................................... 28 Dennis Morrison, 1970-72.............................. 26 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ........ 37 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................... 41

Yds 5,253 8,078 5,970 6,208 4,401 5,223 3,963 3,428 4,642 5,099

Avg. 238.8 230.8 229.6 200.3 191.3 163.2 141.5 131.8 125.5 124.4

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Player, Years Yds Josh Freeman, 2006-08...........................................................8,078 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .............................................................6,208 Jake Waters, 2013-14..............................................................5,970 Chad May, 1993-94 ................................................................5,253 Carl Straw, 1987-90 ................................................................5,223 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.............................................................5,099

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att Jonathan Beasley at Oklahoma St., 10/23/99 . 25 Jake Waters at W. Virginia, 11/20/2014 .......... 34 Jake Waters at Baylor, 12/6/2014 ................... 27

Yds 311 400 300

Avg. 12.44 11.76 11.11

Yds 2,844 2,469 3,501 2,641 2,545

Avg. 9.64 9.50 8.82 8.69 8.66

Yds 4,041 5,970 4,642 5,099 4,724

Avg. 9.16 9.09 8.53 8.12 7.82

5,970 4,642 5,099 4,724 5,253

9.09 8.53 8.12 7.82 7.65

Yds 311 317 267

Avg. 23.92 22.64 20.54

362 343 341

20.11 18.05 17.95

441 400 478

19.17 18.18 16.48

Season (Min. 250 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Att Michael Bishop, 1998................................... 295 Jake Waters, 2013 ........................................ 260 Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 397 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 304 Ell Roberson, 2003 ....................................... 294

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years Att Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ............................. 480 Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 657 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ...... 544 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 628 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 604

Career (Min. 500 Attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 657 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ...... 544 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 628 Collin Klein, 2009-12.................................... 604 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 687

YARDS PER COMPLETION Game (13-17 Completions) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Cpl Jonathan Beasley at Oklahoma St., 10/23/99 . 13 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, 12/31/97 ......... 14 Carl Straw at Oklahoma, 11/10/90 ................. 13

Game (18-21 Completions) 1. Paul Watson vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/1/88 ....... 18 2. Dan Manucci vs. Auburn, 9/16/78 .................. 19 3. Michael Bishop vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98 ........ 19

Game (22-Plus Completions)

Yds 3,501 3,353 2,945 2,844 2,682 2,641 2,636 2,571 2,545 2,476 2,469 2,312 2,163 2,156 2,060 2,059 1,947 1,918 1,893 1,837 1,808 1,805 1,780 1,780 1,596 1,580 1,569 1,557

1. Michael Bishop vs. La.-Monroe, 9/26/98 ........ 23 2. Jake Waters at West Virginia, 11/20/2014....... 22 3. Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 ...... 29

CAREER 2,000-YARD PASSERS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Rk 1. 2. 3.

Career (Min. 10 Games)

SEASON 1,500-YARD PASSERS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Game (Min. 25 Attempts)

Career (Min. 400 Attempts)

Season (Min. 10 Games) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

YARDS PER ATTEMPT

ELL ROBERSON Tossed a school-record 24 touchdowns in 2003 and had 37 in his career

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Cpl Jonathan Beasley, 1999 ................................. 90 Michael Bishop, 1997..................................... 80 Ell Roberson, 2002 ......................................... 91 Michael Bishop, 1998................................... 164 Ell Roberson, 2003 ....................................... 152

Yds 1,805 1,557 1,580 2,884 2,545

Avg. 20.06 19.46 17.36 17.59 16.74

Yds 4,401 4,642 5,099 5,970 5,253

Avg. 18.04 17.93 16.61 14.18 13.64

5,099 5,970 5,253 3,963 4,098

16.61 14.18 13.64 13.17 12.85

ANNUAL PASSING LEADERS

Career (Min. 200 Completions) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years Cpl Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ............................. 244 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ...... 259 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 307 Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 421 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 385

Career (Min. 300 Completions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................. 307 Jake Waters, 2013-14 .................................. 421 Chad May, 1993-94 ..................................... 385 Paul Watson, 1988-91 ................................. 301 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82 ............................... 319

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Player, Game TDs 1. Jake Waters vs. Kansas, 11/29/2014 ..............................................4 Jake Waters vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 ...........................................4 Josh Freeman vs. Iowa State, 11/22/2008 ......................................4 Ell Roberson vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/2003...........................................4 Ell Roberson at Oklahoma State, 10/11/2003 .................................4 Jonathan Beasley at Oklahoma State, 10/23/99 .............................4 Michael Bishop vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..............................4 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, 12/31/97 .........................................4 Michael Bishop at Northern Illinois, 9/6/97.....................................4 Brian Kavanagh at Kansas, 11/9/96 ...............................................4 Brian Kavanagh vs. Oklahoma, 10/26/96 .......................................4 Brian Kavanagh at Rice, 9/21/96....................................................4 Brian Kavanagh vs. Colorado State 12/29/95 .................................4 Chad May vs. Iowa State, 11/5/94..................................................4 Paul Watson vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/1/88 .......................................4

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year TDs Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................................24 Michael Bishop, 1998 ...................................................................23 Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................................................22 Matt Miller, 1995 ..........................................................................22 5. Josh Freeman, 2008 .....................................................................20 Brian Kavanagh, 1996 ..................................................................20 7. Jake Waters, 2013 ........................................................................18 Josh Freeman, 2007 .....................................................................18 Chad May, 1994 ...........................................................................18 10. Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................................................17

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years TDs Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................................................44 Jake Waters, 2013-14...................................................................40 Ell Roberson, 2000-2003 ..............................................................37 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................................36 Chad May, 1993-94 .....................................................................34 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-2000 ..........................................33 Collin Klein, 2010-12....................................................................30 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 ..................................................................29 Brian Kavanagh, 1993-96 ............................................................25 Darrell Dickey, 1979-82................................................................23

Consecutive Games with a Touchdown Pass Season..................................11, Josh Freeman (2007), Chad May (1993) Career .......................16, Josh Freeman (2006-08); Chad May (1993-94)

PASSING EFFICIENCY Game (Min. 10 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rating (C-A, Yds, TDs, INTs) Allen Webb vs. North Texas, 9/24/2005 ........300.87 (10-12, 256, 2, 1) Marc Dunn vs. La.-Monroe, 9/7/2002............ 292.48 (7-10, 147, 3, 0) Jake Waters vs. West Virginia, 10/26/2013 ...281.02 (10-13, 198, 3, 0) Michael Bishop at No. Illinois, 9/6/97 ............ 274.22 (8-13, 172, 4, 0) Collin Klein at W. Virginia, 10/20/2012 .........266.82 (19-21, 323, 3, 0)

MICHAEL BISHOP Completed the longest pass in school history, a 97-yarder

Season (Min. 100 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Rating (C-A, Yds, TDs, INTs) Michael Bishop, 1998 .............................159.6 (164-295, 2,844, 23, 4) Matt Miller, 1995 .................................. 157.3 (154-240, 2,059, 22, 11) Jake Waters, 2013 ..................................156.8 (159-260, 2,469, 18, 9) Jake Waters, 2014 ..................................154.8 (262-397, 3,501, 22, 7) Collin Klein, 2012 ...................................149.2 (197-304, 2,641, 16, 9) Allen Webb, 2005 .........................................145.8 (62-105, 850, 9, 5) Ell Roberson, 2003 ............................... 143.2 (152-294, 2,545, 24, 12) Carson Coffman, 2010............................143.1 (171-263, 2,060, 14, 7) Chad May, 1994 .....................................137.5 (200-337, 2,571, 18, 6) Josh Freeman, 2008 ...............................136.5 (224-382, 2,945, 20, 8)

Career (Min. 200 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Rating (C-A, Yds, TDs, INTs) Jake Waters, 2013-14 .......................... 155.6 (421-657, 5,970, 40, 16) Matt Miller, 1994-95 ............................ 152.6 (158-252, 2,096, 22, 11) Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ..................... 147.6 (244-480, 4,401, 36, 12) Collin Klein, 2009-12............................ 138.4 (370-604, 4,724, 30, 15) Brian Kavanagh, 1993-96 ......................135.4 (205-348, 2,352, 25, 7) Carson Coffman, 2007-10 .................... 134.0 (270-426, 3,224, 17, 13) Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-2000 .. 132.7 (259-544, 4,642, 33, 18) Chad May, 1993-94 ............................. 131.9 (385-687, 5,253, 34, 16) Ell Roberson, 2000-03.......................... 128.3 (307-628, 5,099, 37, 26) Josh Freeman, 2006-08......................124.7 (680-1,151, 8,078, 44, 34)

LONGEST PASSES [SINCE 1969] Rk 1. 2. 3.

Quarterback to Receiver vs./at Opponent, Date Yds Michael Bishop to Aaron Lockett vs. La.-Monroe, 9/26/98 ......... 97* Jake Waters to Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ............ 90* Carl Straw to Greg Washington at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 ............. 89* Dan Manucci to Paul Coffman at Missouri, 10/22/1977............. 89* 5. Jonathan Beasley to Quincy Morgan vs. Kansas, 10/9/99 .......... 88* 6. Dan Manucci to Eugene Goodlow at Nebraska, 10/14/78 ........... 87* 7. Dylan Meier to Tony Madison at Kansas, 10/9/2004 .................. 86* 8. Gary Swim to John Williams vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/87 ................ 81* 9. Allan Evridge to Jordy Nelson at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 .......... 80* Paul Watson to David Brooks, vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/1/88........ 80* 11. Jake Waters to Tramaine Thompson vs. TCU, 11/16/2013 ......... 79* 12. Kody Cook to Deante Burton vs. West Virginia, 12/5/2015 .... 77* Josh Freeman to Brandon Banks vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 ..... 77* 14. Lynn Dickey to Henry Hawthorne, vs. Colorado, 10/3/70 ............ 75* 15. Joe Hubener to Curry Sexton, at TCU, 11/8/2014...........................74 Jake Waters to Tyler Lockett vs. TCU, 11/16/2013 ..................... 74* Josh Freeman to Jordy Nelson at Colorado, 11/4/2006............... 74* Jonathan Beasley to Chris Claybon at Colorado, 9/30/2000 ..........74 Tim Hanson to Tony Jordan at Iowa State, 11/15/86 .................. 74* * Denotes touchdown scored on play

Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Name Att Dana Atkins .................................... 73 Dana Atkins .................................... 99 Frank Hooper ................................ 129 Lane Brown ..................................... 96 Carl Albacker ................................ 119 Bob Dahnke .................................... 28 Jim Logsdon .................................... 39 Dick Corbin ..................................... 42 Dick Corbin ..................................... 49 Dick Corbin ..................................... 61 Les Krull........................................ 106 John Solmes .................................. 114 John Solmes .................................... 83 Larry Corrigan ................................. 30 Larry Corrigan ................................. 84 Larry Corrigan ............................... 127 Ed Danieley .................................... 79 Vic Castillo .................................... 159 Vic Castillo .................................... 113 Bill Nossek .................................... 216 Lynn Dickey................................... 258 Lynn Dickey................................... 372 Lynn Dickey .................................. 364 Dennis Morrison ............................ 333 Dennis Morrison ............................ 300 Steve Grogan................................. 164 Steve Grogan................................. 144 Joe Hatcher .................................... 93 Wendell Henrikson ........................ 149 Wendell Henrikson ........................ 163 Dan Manucci ................................. 237 Darrell Dickey................................ 140 Darrell Dickey................................ 168 Darrell Dickey................................ 158 Darrell Dickey................................ 174 Doug Bogue ................................... 119 Stan Weber ................................... 114 John Welch .................................... 116 Randy Williams ............................. 197 Gary Swim .................................... 235 Carl Straw ..................................... 358 Carl Straw ..................................... 192 Carl Straw .................................... 277 Paul Watson.................................. 304 Jason Smargiasso ......................... 149 Chad May...................................... 350 Chad May...................................... 337 Matt Miller .................................... 240 Brian Kavanagh............................. 284 Michael Bishop ............................. 185 Michael Bishop ............................. 295 Jonathan Beasley .......................... 203 Jonathan Beasley .......................... 313 Ell Roberson .................................. 136 Ell Roberson .................................. 175 Ell Roberson .................................. 294 Dylan Meier ................................... 220 Allan Evridge ................................. 213 Josh Freeman ................................ 270 Josh Freeman ................................ 499 Josh Freeman ................................ 382 Grant Gregory ................................ 175 Carson Coffman ............................ 263 Collin Klein .................................... 281 Collin Klein .................................... 304 Jake Waters................................... 260 Jake Waters ................................... 397 Joe Hubener .................................. 275

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Cpl 28 44 46 36 55 14 18 14 16 24 57 49 32 13 28 58 36 60 44 111 125 196 180 157 136 72 67 34 73 72 122 71 80 75 93 61 58 55 88 115 191 101 153 172 72 185 200 154 167 80 164 90 156 54 91 152 127 107 140 316 224 100 171 161 197 159 262 131

Yds 363 626 709 500 559 415 260 156 378 287 661 585 378 234 441 634 358 734 617 1,220 1,569 2,476 2,163 1,780 1,596 1,050 834 432 1,066 882 1,808 895 1,004 974 1,225 851 602 659 1,069 1,304 1,947 1,095 2,156 2,312 990 2,682 2,571 2,059 1,893 1,557 2,844 1,805 2,636 855 1,580 2,545 1,436 1,365 1,780 3,353 2,945 1,096 2,060 1,918 2,641 2,469 3,501 1,837

TD 3 4 3 2 4 4 4 1 5 1 2 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 2 3 8 14 7 8 9 4 6 2 4 3 9 4 4 7 8 5 3 4 4 8 9 3 7 10 3 16 18 22 20 13 23 14 17 4 7 24 9 6 6 18 20 4 14 13 16 18 22 9

PASSING RECORDS

Season (Min. 80 Completions)

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RECEIVING RECORDS

RECEPTIONS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rec 1. Jordy Nelson vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007....................15 Jordy Nelson at Fresno State, 11/24/2007 ......................15 3. Tyler Lockett at Baylor, 12/6/2014 ..................................14 4. Tyler Lockett vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 ....................................13 Tyler Lockett at Texas, 9/21/2013...................................13 Michael Smith vs. Missouri, 10/21/89 ............................13 7. Six Times ........................................................................12 Last: Tyler Lockett vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 .................12

Yds 209 165 158 164 237 166 125

Game By Class Senior Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rec 1. Jordy Nelson vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007..................................15 Jordy Nelson at Fresno State, 11/24/2007 ....................................15 3. Tyler Lockett at Baylor, 12/6/2014 ................................................14 4. Tyler Lockett vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 ..................................................13 5. Four Times ...................................................................................12 Last: Tyler Lockett vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 Junior 1. Tyler Lockett at Texas, 9/21/2013.................................................13 2. Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ......................................12 3. Greg Washington vs. Oklahoma State, 10/29/88 ...........................11 4. Tyson Schwieger vs. Rice, 9/17/94 ...............................................10 5. Mitch Running at Nebraska, 10/21/95 ..........................................10 Sophomore 1. Michael Smith vs. Missouri, 10/21/89 ..........................................13 2. Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/2012 .....................................9 Michael Smith at Oklahoma State, 10/14/89 ..................................9 Michael Smith vs. Northern Illinois, 9/23/89 ...................................9 5. Many Times ....................................................................................8 Last: Kevin Lockett at Kansas, 10/6/94 Freshman 1. Kevin Lockett at Oklahoma State, 11/20/93....................................8 Kevin Lockett at Nebraska, 10/16/93 .............................................8 3. Kevin Lockett vs. New Mexico State, 9/4/93 ...................................7 Aaron Lockett at Baylor, 11/7/98 ....................................................7 5. Many Times ....................................................................................6 Last: Aaron Lockett vs. Nebraska, 11/14/98

Freshman 1. Kevin Lockett, 1993 ......................................................................50 2. Aaron Lockett, 1998 .....................................................................44 3. Dominique Heath, 2015 .............................................................28 4. Eric Gallon, 1989 ..........................................................................27 5. Frank Hernandez, 1988 ................................................................20

Junior 1. Tyler Lockett, 2013 ..................................................................1,262 2. Brandon Banks, 2008 ..............................................................1,049 3. Quincy Morgan, 1999 ..............................................................1,007 4. Kevin Lockett, 1995 ....................................................................797 5. Michael Smith, 1990 ..................................................................796

Career Rk Player, Years Rec 1. Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .......................................... 249 2. Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ......................................... 217 3. Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 .......................................... 206 4. Michael Smith, 1988-91 ........................................ 179 5. Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ..................................... 137 6. Mitch Running, 1992-95........................................ 133 7. Curry Sexton, 2011-14 .......................................... 129 8. Dave Jones, 1966-68............................................. 127 9. Chris Harper, 2010-12 .......................................... 123 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ...................................... 123

Sophomore 1. Michael Smith, 1989 ..................................................................816 2. Dave Jones, 1966 .......................................................................721 3. Mike Wallace, 1982 ....................................................................693 4. Tyler Lockett, 2012 .....................................................................687 5. Jordy Nelson, 2005 .....................................................................669

Yds 3,710 3,032 2,822 2,457 2,400 1,821 1,623 1,904 1,734 1,754

Consecutive Team Games with a Reception Season..................................................................15, James Terry (2003) Career ..........................................................44, Kevin Lockett (1993-96)

RECEPTIONS PER GAME Season (Min. 8 Games) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Gms Jordy Nelson, 2007 ......................................... 12 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ......................................... 13 Tyler Lockett, 2013 ......................................... 12 Kevin Lockett, 1996........................................ 11 Michael Smith, 1989 ...................................... 11

Rec 122 106 81 72 70

Avg. 10.17 8.15 6.75 6.55 6.36

Rec 206 249 123 217 90

Avg. 5.72 5.30 5.12 4.93 4.74

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rec Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ........................12 Tyler Lockett at Texas, 9/21/2013...................................13 Jordy Nelson at Iowa State, 11/3/2007 ...........................14 Jordy Nelson vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007....................15 Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, 12/31/97 ........................7 Quincy Morgan vs. Nebraska, 11/11/2000........................7 Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ......................10 Tyler Lockett at TCU, 11/8/2014......................................11 9. Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/2012 .......................9 10. Quincy Morgan vs. Kansas, 10/9/99 .................................5

Yds 278 237 214 209 206 199 196 196 194 192

Player, Years Gms Jordy Nelson, 2004-07 ................................... 36 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................... 47 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ............................... 24 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 .................................. 44 Mack Herron, 1968-69 ................................... 19

YARDAGE Game

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Rec Jordy Nelson, 2007 ....................................... 122 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ....................................... 106 Tyler Lockett, 2013 ......................................... 81 Curry Sexton, 2014 ......................................... 79 Darnell McDonald, 1998 ................................. 75 Kevin Lockett, 1996 ........................................ 72 Michael Smith, 1989 ...................................... 70 Greg Washington, 1988 .................................. 69 Brandon Banks, 2008 ..................................... 67 James Terry, 2003 .......................................... 64 Quincy Morgan, 2000 ..................................... 64

Yds 1,606 1,515 1,262 1,059 1,092 882 816 928 1,049 1,232 1,166

TDs 11 11 11 5 9 6 2 9 9 13 14

Season By Class Senior Rk Player, Year Rec 1. Jordy Nelson, 2007 .....................................................................122 2. Tyler Lockett, 2014 .....................................................................106 3. Curry Sexton, 2014 .......................................................................79 4. Darnell McDonald, 1998 ...............................................................75 5. Kevin Lockett, 1996 ......................................................................72 Junior 1. Tyler Lockett, 2013 .......................................................................81 2. Brandon Banks, 2008 ...................................................................67 3. Kevin Lockett, 1995 ......................................................................56 4. Michael Smith, 1990 ....................................................................46 Dave Jones, 1967 .........................................................................46 Sophomore 1. Michael Smith, 1989 ....................................................................70 2. Deon Murphy, 2007 ......................................................................57 3. Jordy Nelson, 2005 .......................................................................45 4. Tyler Lockett, 2012 .......................................................................44 5. Mitch Running, 1993 ....................................................................41

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Rec Jordy Nelson, 2007 ....................................... 122 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ....................................... 106 Tyler Lockett, 2013 ......................................... 81 James Terry, 2003 .......................................... 64 Quincy Morgan, 2000 ..................................... 64 Darnell McDonald, 1998 ................................. 75 Curry Sexton, 2014 ......................................... 79 Brandon Banks, 2008 ..................................... 67 Quincy Morgan, 1999 ..................................... 42 Aaron Lockett, 1998 ....................................... 44 Greg Washington, 1988 .................................. 69

Yds 1,606 1,515 1,262 1,232 1,166 1,092 1,059 1,049 1,007 928 928

TDs 11 11 11 13 14 9 5 9 9 6 9

Season By Class Senior Rk Player, Year Yds 1. Jordy Nelson, 2007 ..................................................................1,606 2. Tyler Lockett, 2014 ..................................................................1,515 3. James Terry, 2003 ...................................................................1,232 4. Quincy Morgan, 2000 ..............................................................1,166 5. Darnell McDonald, 1998 ..........................................................1,092

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Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Rec Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................................249 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ................................................217 Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 .................................................206 Michael Smith, 1988-91 ...............................................179 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ............................................137 Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 ..........................................106 Dave Jones, 1966-68....................................................127 Mitch Running, 1992-95...............................................133 James Terry, 2002-03 ....................................................92 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 .............................................123

Yds 3,710 3,032 2,822 2,457 2,400 2,173 1,904 1,821 1,793 1,754

Season 100-Yard Receiving Games

Career (Min. 15 Games) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Freshman 1. Aaron Lockett, 1998 ...................................................................928 2. Kevin Lockett, 1993 ....................................................................770 3. Dominique Heath, 2015 ...........................................................313 4. Jermaine Moreira, 2003 ..............................................................277 5. Winston Dimel, 2015 ................................................................261

Rk Player, Year No. 1. Tyler Lockett, 2014 .........................................................................8 Jordy Nelson, 2007 .........................................................................8 3. Tyler Lockett, 2013 .........................................................................7 4. Curry Sexton, 2014 .........................................................................6 James Terry, 2003 ..........................................................................6 Darnell McDonald, 1998 .................................................................6 Quincy Morgan, 2000 .....................................................................6 8. Quincy Morgan, 1999 .....................................................................5 Aaron Lockett, 1998 .......................................................................5 Greg Washington, 1988 ..................................................................5

Career 100-Yard Receiving Games Rk Player, Years No. 1. Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................................................17 2. Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 .................................................................10 Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 ..........................................................10 4. Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ..................................................................9 Michael Smith, 1988-91 .................................................................9 6. Darnell McDonald, 1997-98............................................................8 7. Curry Sexton, 2011-14 ...................................................................7 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ..............................................................7 9. Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ...............................................................6 James Terry, 2002-03 ....................................................................6

Most Consecutive 100-Yard Games Season.......................................... 5, Tyler Lockett (11/8/2014-1/2/2015) ......................................................... 4, Jordy Nelson (10/20-11/10/2007) ............................................................3, Aaron Lockett (10/31-11/14/98) ............................................................. 3, Jordy Nelson (9/15-10/6/2007)

YARDS PER GAME Season (Min. 8 Games) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Gms Jordy Nelson, 2007 ......................................... 12 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ......................................... 13 Tyler Lockett, 2013 ......................................... 12 Quincy Morgan, 1999 ..................................... 11 Darnell McDonald, 1998 ................................. 12 Quincy Morgan, 2000 ..................................... 13 Brandon Banks, 2008..................................... 12 Greg Washington, 1988 .................................. 11 James Terry, 2003 .......................................... 15 Curry Sexton, 2014 ......................................... 13

Yds 1,606 1,515 1,262 1,007 1,092 1,166 1,049 928 1,232 1,059

Avg. 133.8 116.5 105.2 91.5 91.0 89.7 87.4 84.4 82.1 81.5


Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Gms Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 ............................ 24 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................... 47 Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 ................................... 36 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ............................... 24 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 .................................. 44 Darnell McDonald, 1997-98 ........................... 23 James Terry, 2002-03 .................................... 27 Mack Herron, 1968-69 ................................... 19 Dave Jones, 1966-68 ..................................... 30 Michael Smith, 1998-91................................. 42

Career Yds 2,173 3,710 2,822 1,754 3,032 1,533 1,793 1,244 1,904 2,457

Avg. 90.5 78.9 78.4 73.1 68.9 66.7 66.4 65.5 63.5 58.5

Yds 146 130 156

Avg. 48.67 43.33 39.00

192 167 188 188

38.40 33.40 31.33 31.33

Yds 547 1,007 928 441 721

Avg. 27.35 23.98 21.09 21.00 20.60

1,007 928 721 1,232 634

23.98 21.09 20.60 19.25 19.21

Yds 2,173 1,793 1,441 2,400 1,150 1,549 1,149 1,556 1,533 803

Avg. 20.50 19.49 17.79 17.52 17.16 16.84 16.65 16.38 15.97 15.75

YARDS PER RECEPTION Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rec George Williams at Oklahoma St., 10/23/99 ..... 3 Gerald Alphin vs. Missouri, 10/20/84 ............... 3 Eugene Goodlow at Nebraska, 10/14/78 ........... 4

Game (Min. 5 Receptions) 1. Quincy Morgan vs. Kansas, 10/9/99 ................. 5 2. Aaron Lockett vs. Oklahoma State, 10/17/98.... 5 3. Aaron Lockett vs. La.-Monroe, 9/26/98 ............ 6 Dave Jones vs. Nebraska, 10/15/66 ................. 6

Season (Min. 20 Receptions) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Rec Eugene Goodlow, 1978 ................................... 20 Quincy Morgan, 1999 ..................................... 42 Aaron Lockett, 1998 ....................................... 44 Darnell McDonald, 1997 ................................. 21 Dave Jones, 1966 ........................................... 35

Season (Min. 30 Receptions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Quincy Morgan, 1999 ..................................... 42 Aaron Lockett, 1998 ....................................... 44 Dave Jones, 1966 ........................................... 35 James Terry, 2003 .......................................... 64 Charlie Green, 1977 ....................................... 33

Career (Min. 50 Receptions) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Rec Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 .......................... 106 James Terry, 2002-03 .................................... 92 Charlie Green, 1976-78 .................................. 81 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001............................ 137 Russ Campbell, 1989-91................................ 67 Mike Wallace, 1981-84 .................................. 92 John Liebe, 1976-77, 1979-80 ....................... 69 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 ............................... 95 Darnell McDonald, 1997-98 ........................... 96 Gerald Alphin, 1982-85 .................................. 51

Player, Years TDs Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................................................29 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ................................................................26 Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 ..........................................................23 Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 .................................................................20 James Terry, 2002-03 ..................................................................18 Darnell McDonald, 1997-98..........................................................15 Aaron Lockett 1998-2001 .............................................................14 Chris Harper, 2010-12 .................................................................12 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 .............................................................12 10. Deon Murphy, 2007-08.................................................................11 Michael Smith, 1988-91 ...............................................................11

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Game (Min. 3 Receptions) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date TDs 1. Tyler Lockett vs. Michigan, 12/28/2013 ..........................................3 Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ........................................3 Tyler Lockett vs. West Virginia, 10/26/2013 ....................................3 Jordy Nelson at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 .................................3 James Terry vs. Baylor, 11/1/2003 .................................................3 Quincy Morgan vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .......................................3 Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, 12/31/97 ......................................3 Jimmy Dean at Rice, 9/21/96 .........................................................3 Michael Smith at Iowa State, 11/9/91 ............................................3 John Williams vs. Austin Peay, 9/5/87 ............................................3

Season Rk Player, Year TDs 1. Quincy Morgan, 2000 ...................................................................14 2. James Terry, 2003 ........................................................................13 Kevin Lockett, 1995 ......................................................................13 4. Tyler Lockett, 2014 .......................................................................11 Tyler Lockett, 2013 .......................................................................11 Jordy Nelson, 2007 .......................................................................11 7. Brandon Banks, 2008 .....................................................................9 Quincy Morgan, 1999 .....................................................................9 Darnell McDonald, 1998 .................................................................9 Greg Washington, 1988 ..................................................................9

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Player, Years Yds Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 ............................................................3,710 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ...........................................................3,032 Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 ............................................................2,822 Michael Smith, 1988-91 ..........................................................2,457 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 .......................................................2,400 Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 .....................................................2,173 Dave Jones, 1966-68...............................................................1,904 Mitch Running, 1992-95..........................................................1,821 James Terry, 2002-03 .............................................................1,793 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ........................................................1,754 Chris Harper, 2010-12 ............................................................1,734 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 ................................................1,673 Curry Sexton, 2011-14 ............................................................1,623 Jermaine Moreira, 2003-06 .....................................................1,587 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 ........................................................1,556 Mike Wallace, 1981-84 ...........................................................1,549 Darnell McDonald, 1997-98.....................................................1,533 Frank Hernandez, 1988-91 ......................................................1,489 Charlie Green, 1976-78 ...........................................................1,440 Henry Childs, 1971-73 ............................................................1,365 Mack Herron, 1968-69 ............................................................1,244 Jeron Mastrud, 2006-09 ..........................................................1,219 Deon Murphy, 2007-08............................................................1,160 Russ Campbell, 1988-91.........................................................1,150 John Liebe, 1976-77, 1979-80 ................................................1,149 Yamon Figurs, 2004-06 ...........................................................1,144 Tyson Schwieger, 1992-95 ......................................................1,122 John Goerger, 1970-72 ............................................................1,069

200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES [5] Yds 278 237 214 209 206

Rec 12 13 14 15 7

Name Tyler Lockett Tyler Lockett Jordy Nelson Jordy Nelson Darnell McDonald

Opponent Oklahoma Texas Iowa State Missouri State Syracuse

Date 11/23/2013 9/21/2013 11/3/2007 9/15/2007 12/31/97

150-YARD RECEIVING GAMES [33] Yds 199 196 196 194 192 188 188 183 179 176 176 175 174 172 171 169 168 167 166 165 164 159 159 158 157 157 157 156 156 156

Rec 7 10 11 9 5 6 6 12 7 11 12 6 12 10 12 8 11 5 13 15 13 9 11 14 7 12 11 9 4 6

Name Quincy Morgan Tyler Lockett Tyler Lockett Tyler Lockett Quincy Morgan Aaron Lockett Dave Jones Darnell McDonald Michael Smith Ernie Pierce Jordy Nelson James Terry Michael Smith Michael Smith Mack Herron Russ Campbell Kevin Lockett Aaron Lockett Michael Smith Jordy Nelson Tyler Lockett Curry Sexton Darnell McDonald Tyler Lockett Aaron Lockett Kevin Lockett Greg Washington Brandon Banks Eugene Goodlow Dave Jones

Opponent Nebraska West Virginia TCU West Virginia Kansas Louisiana-Monroe Nebraska Nebraska New Mexico Oklahoma Oklahoma State Nebraska Washington Nebraska Colorado Oklahoma State Kansas Oklahoma State Missouri Fresno State UCLA Oklahoma State Texas Baylor Baylor Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oklahoma Nebraska Iowa State

Date 11/11/2000 11/20/2014 11/8/2014 10/20/2012 10/9/99 9/26/98 10/15/66 11/14/98 9/29/90 10/25/2008 10/20/2007 11/15/2003 9/28/91 10/19/91 11/22/69 11/23/91 11/9/96 10/17/98 10/21/89 11/24/2007 1/2/2015 11/1/2014 9/19/98 12/6/2014 11/7/98 10/26/96 10/29/88 10/31/2009 10/14/78 11/12/66

154 153 150

8 7 8

Gerald Alphin Brandon Banks Dick Johnson

Missouri Louisville Tulsa

10/26/85 9/17/2008 11/19/49

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES [127] Yds 146 146 146 145 145 145 144 144 143 143 143 142 141 141 141 140 139 138 138 137 137 137 137 136 136 136 135 135 134 133 131 131 130 130 129 128 128 128 127 126 126 126 125 125 124 123 123 123 123 123 121 121 121 120 120 120 119 119 119 119 118 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 112 112 112 112

Rec 3 8 7 5 7 10 8 6 5 8 5 5 9 4 9 7 8 8 6 10 6 10 5 6 6 8 5 7 4 9 6 6 3 6 9 9 8 4 6 5 6 5 12 9 5 8 11 6 5 8 11 6 5 8 6 8 9 6 6 8 5 5 6 8 7 10 7 12 4 3 9 7 4 5 4 9 5 7 7 8 6 7 4 3

Name George Williams Greg Washington Mike Wallace Brandon Banks Quincy Morgan Greg Washington Andre Coleman Henry Childs Quincy Morgan Kevin Lockett Charles Collins Gerald Benton Curry Sexton Quincy Morgan Sonny Yarnell Kevin Lockett Andre Coleman James Terry Henry Hawthorne Jordy Nelson Quincy Morgan Tyson Schwieger Frank Hernandez Tyler Lockett Kevin Lockett Michael Smith Deante Burton Kevin Lockett Chris Harper Aubrey Quarles Kyle Klein Aubrey Quarles Gerald Alphin Mike Wallace Henry Childs Curry Sexton Brandon Banks Quincy Morgan Brandon Banks Brandon Clark Mitch Running Mike Creed Tyler Lockett Jordy Nelson Darnell McDonald Tyler Lockett Chris Harper Yamon Figurs Quincy Morgan Michael Smith Curry Sexton Mitch Running Charlie Green James Terry Aaron Lockett Darnell McDonald Tyler Lockett James Terry Aaron Lockett John Goerger Andre Coleman Jordy Nelson Aaron Lockett Kevin Lockett Dan Hughes Tyler Lockett Brandon Banks Jordy Nelson James Terry Quincy Morgan Kevin Lockett Dave Jones Curry Sexton Aubrey Quarles Tony Madison Michael Smith Charlie Green Tyler Lockett Davin Dennis Charlie Green Curry Sexton Jermaine Moreira James Terry Andre Coleman

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Opponent Oklahoma State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oklahoma Tennessee Louisiana Tech Wyoming Missouri Ball State Nebraska Missouri Missouri Kansas UTEP Kentucky Indiana State Nebraska Baylor Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State Rice Western Illinois Iowa State Colorado Northern Illinois West Virginia BYU Texas A&M Missouri Texas Tech Baylor Missouri Wyoming Iowa State Texas Tech Missouri Louisiana Tech Louisiana Oklahoma Colorado State Missouri Texas Tech Nebraska Purdue TCU Baylor Texas Oklahoma Kansas Auburn Iowa State Auburn UMass Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe Kansas Oklahoma State Texas A&M Colorado UNLV Colorado Nebraska Oklahoma Texas Tech Michigan Iowa State Texas California Nebraska Northern Illinois Kansas TCU Colorado Kansas Oklahoma State Air Force North Dakota State Ohio State Colorado West Virginia Colorado McNeese State Missouri

Date 10/23/99 10/15/88 11/14/81 10/25/2008 1/1/2001 10/1/88 12/29/93 10/30/71 9/16/2000 10/16/93 11/1/69 11/14/92 11/30/2014 9/18/99 9/19/70 9/7/96 10/16/93 11/1/2003 10/24/70 10/6/2007 11/4/2000 9/17/94 9/8/90 9/6/2014 10/23/92 9/22/90 12/5/2015 1/1/97 11/12/2011 11/13/2010 11/14/2015 10/23/2010 10/20/84 10/24/83 10/21/72 10/4/2014 11/14/2009 9/2/2000 9/27/2008 9/29/2001 12/29/95 10/31/70 10/4/2014 11/10/2007 12/29/98 11/16/2013 11/17/2012 11/11/2006 10/14/2000 10/27/90 9/18/2014 11/11/95 9/16/78 9/13/2003 11/17/2001 9/26/98 11/30/2014 10/11/2003 10/28/2000 10/7/72 9/25/93 11/4/2006 11/14/98 11/4/95 10/6/86 12/28/2013 11/22/2008 9/29/2007 8/23/2003 11/13/99 9/30/95 11/16/68 11/8/2014 11/20/2010 10/9/2004 10/14/89 10/30/78 8/30/2013 1/2/2004 11/19/77 10/26/2013 11/13/2004 9/6/2003 11/13/93

RECEIVING RECORDS

Career (Min. 15 Games)

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111 8 Tyler Lockett 111 8 Tyler Lockett 111 8 Darnell McDonald 111 5 Greg Washington 111 6 Mike Wallace 111 8 Mike Creed 110 5 Tyler Lockett 110 10 Mitch Running 110 8 Michael Smith 110 5 Charlie Green 108 6 Tramaine Thompson 108 8 Kevin Lockett 107 3 Jordy Nelson 107 5 Aaron Lockett 107 5 Michael Smith 106 5 Deon Murphy 106 4 Yamon Figurs 106 3 Darnell McDonald 106 5 Ron Brown 106 9 Mack Herron 105 8 Jordy Nelson 105 8 John Goerger 105 3 Gene Keady 104 10 Curry Sexton 104 7 Daniel Gonzalez 104 8 Quincy Morgan 103 8 Tyler Lockett 103 3 Gerald Benton 103 5 Dave Jones 103 6 Henry Howard 102 5 Tramaine Thompson 102 3 Gerald Alphin 102 6 Darrel Wild 102 4 Fred Merrill 101 4 Yamon Figurs 101 4 Jermaine Moreira 101 4 Taco Wallace 101 3 Mike Wallace 101 3 Don Zadenick 100 4 Russ Campbell 100 9 Greg Washington 100 4 Arthur Strozier 100 6 John Tuttle

West Virginia Louisiana Iowa State Colorado Oklahoma Kansas Kansas Nebraska North Texas Mississippi State North Dakota State Oklahoma State Oklahoma Kansas Western Illinois Nebraska Kansas Kansas Iowa State Iowa State Baylor Oklahoma State Iowa State UCLA Baylor Washington Texas Montana Cincinnati Missouri North Texas Iowa State Oklahoma State Oklahoma Baylor Texas A&M Oklahoma State South Dakota Marquette Oklahoma Iowa Kansas Iowa State

10/26/2013 9/7/2013 10/24/98 11/19/88 11/6/82 10/3/70 10/22/2011 10/21/95 9/30/89 10/1/77 8/30/2013 11/20/93 10/1/2005 10/31/98 9/8/90 11/10/2007 10/9/2004 11/8/97 11/5/94 10/18/69 10/27/2007 11/11/72 11/17/56 1/2/2015 10/27/2007 12/29/99 10/25/2014 9/19/92 10/22/66 10/9/65 9/15/2012 11/16/85 11/5/83 10/23/71 9/30/2006 10/22/2005 10/12/2002 9/18/82 11/10/56 11/2/91 9/10/88 11/4/67 10/19/74

DOUBLE 100-YARD GAMES [13] 321...Brandon Banks (145)/Ernie Pierce (176) vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 310................... Tyler Lockett (196)/Curry Sexton (114) at TCU, 11/8/2014 308.......... Aaron Lockett (188)/Darnell McDonald (120) vs. ULM, 9/26/98 300.........Darnell McDonald (183)/Aaron Lockett (117) vs. Neb., 11/14/98 282.......Kevin Lockett (143)/Andre Coleman (139) at Nebraska, 10/16/93 268................. Tyler Lockett (164)/Curry Sexton (104) vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 260.......... Curry Sexton (141)/Tyler Lockett (119) vs. Kansas, 11/30/2014 253....... Curry Sexton (128)/Tyler Lockett (125) vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 244.....Frank Hernandez (137)/Michael Smith (107) vs. W. Illinois, 9/8/90 223.....Curry Sexton (112)/Tyler Lockett (111) vs. W. Virginia, 10/26/2013 221.... Tyler Lockett (113)/Tramaine Thompson (108) vs. N. Dak. St., 8/30/2013 220.......... Tony Madison (114)/Yamon Figurs (106) at Kansas, 10/9/2004 209.......Jordy Nelson (105)/Daniel Gonzalez (104) vs. Baylor, 10/27/2007

CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAMES 5 – Tyler Lockett at TCU, 11/8/2014 ...................................................................196 at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ...................................................196 vs. Kansas, 11/30/2014 ..........................................................119 at Baylor, 12/6/2014 ...............................................................158 vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 .................................................................164 4 – Jordy Nelson at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ..............................................176 vs. Baylor, 10/27/2007............................................................105 at Iowa State, 11/3/2007.........................................................214 at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 ........................................................125 3 – Jordy Nelson vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007 .................................................209 at Texas, 9/29/2007 ................................................................116 vs. Kansas, 10/6/2007 ............................................................137 3 – Aaron Lockett vs. Kansas, 10/31/98 ..............................................................107 vs. Baylor, 11/7/98..................................................................157 vs. Nebraska, 11/14/98...........................................................117 2 – Curry Sexton vs. Oklahoma State, 11/1/2014 ...............................................159 at TCU, 11/8/2014 ...................................................................114 2 – Tyler Lockett vs. North Dakota State, 8/30/2013 ..........................................113 vs. Louisiana, 9/7/2013...........................................................111

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2 – Tyler Lockett vs. TCU, 11/16/2013 ...............................................................123 vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ......................................................278 2 – Aubrey Quarles at Missouri, 11/13/2010..........................................................133 at Colorado, 11/20/2010 .........................................................114 2 – Brandon Banks at Louisville, 9/17/2008 ..........................................................153 vs. Louisiana, 9/27/2008.........................................................127 2 – James Terry vs. McNeese State, 9/6/2003 ..................................................137 vs. Massachusetts, 9/13/2003 ................................................199 2 – Quincy Morgan vs. vs. Iowa State, 11/4/2000..................................................137 vs. vs. Nebraska, 11/11/2000 .................................................199 2 – Darnell McDonald vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98 ..........................................................140 vs. Purdue, 12/29/98 ..............................................................124 2 – Darnell McDonald vs. Texas, 9/19/98...................................................................159 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98................................................120 2 – Kevin Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 10/26/96 ..........................................................157 vs. Kansas, 11/9/96 ................................................................168 2 – Michael Smith vs. Northern Illinois, 9/22/90 ...................................................136 vs. New Mexico, 9/29/90 .........................................................179 2 – Michael Smith vs. Oklahoma State, 10/14/89 .................................................114 vs. Missouri, 10/21/89 ............................................................166 2 – Dave Jones vs. Nebraska, 10/15/66...........................................................188 vs. Cincinnati, 10/22/66 ..........................................................103

ANNUAL RECEPTION LEADERS Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Player Rec Dick Johnson ............................................................................8 Hi Faubion ..............................................................................21 Dick Johnson ..........................................................................22 Ted Maupin ............................................................................14 Jack McShulskis .....................................................................14 Veryl Switzer.............................................................................8 Corky Taylor ...........................................................................14 Don Zadnik ...............................................................................9 Gene Keady ............................................................................14 Ralph Pfeifer ..........................................................................11 Joe Vader................................................................................21 Dale Evans .............................................................................23 Willis Crenshaw......................................................................18 Spencer Puls ............................................................................7 Jack King ................................................................................13 Ralph McFillen........................................................................29 Jerry Condit ............................................................................10 Two with.................................................................................13 Dave Jones .............................................................................35 Dave Jones .............................................................................46 Dave Jones .............................................................................46 Mack Herron...........................................................................52 Mike Montgomery ...................................................................51 Henry Childs ...........................................................................30 John Goerger...........................................................................57 Henry Childs ...........................................................................32 John Tuttle..............................................................................24 Stan Ross ...............................................................................13 Manzy King.............................................................................21 Charlie Green .........................................................................33 Charlie Green .........................................................................39 John Liebe ..............................................................................22 John Liebe ..............................................................................25 Ernie Coleman ........................................................................13 Mike Wallace ..........................................................................37 Mike Wallace ..........................................................................32 Eric Bailey ..............................................................................15 Gerald Alphin..........................................................................34 Dan Hughes............................................................................28 Kent Dean ..............................................................................38 Greg Washington ....................................................................69 Michael Smith ........................................................................70 Michael Smith ........................................................................46 Michael Smith ........................................................................55 Gerald Benton ........................................................................38 Kevin Lockett..........................................................................50 Tyson Schwieger.....................................................................44 Kevin Lockett .........................................................................56 Kevin Lockett..........................................................................72 Darnell McDonald ...................................................................21 Darnell McDonald ...................................................................75 Quincy Morgan .......................................................................42

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Quincy Morgan .......................................................................64 Aaron Lockett .........................................................................24 Taco Wallace ..........................................................................39 James Terry ............................................................................64 Jermaine Moreira....................................................................39 Jordy Nelson ...........................................................................45 Jordy Nelson ...........................................................................39 Jordy Nelson .........................................................................122 Brandon Banks.......................................................................67 Brandon Banks.......................................................................56 Aubrey Quarles .......................................................................51 Chris Harper ...........................................................................40 Chris Harper ...........................................................................58 Tyler Lockett ...........................................................................81 Tyler Lockett .........................................................................106 Deante Burton ........................................................................38

ANNUAL YARDAGE LEADERS Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Yds Lyle Koontz ...........................................................................134 Glenn Channell .....................................................................289 Dick Johnson ........................................................................382 Francis Starns ......................................................................212 Joe Rainman.........................................................................140 Veryl Switzer.........................................................................211 Corky Taylor .........................................................................334 Don Zadnik ...........................................................................110 Gene Keady ..........................................................................247 Jim Luzinski..........................................................................117 Cedric Price ..........................................................................230 Dale Evans ...........................................................................224 Dale Evans ...........................................................................205 Spencer Puls .......................................................................123 Jack King ..............................................................................137 Ralph McFillen......................................................................328 Larry Condit..........................................................................170 Rick Balducci .......................................................................172 Dave Jones ...........................................................................721 Dave Jones ...........................................................................561 Dave Jones ...........................................................................622 Mack Herron.........................................................................652 Henry Hawthorne ..................................................................501 Henry Childs .........................................................................396 John Goerger.........................................................................612 Henry Childs .........................................................................502 John Tuttle............................................................................346 Stan Ross .............................................................................192 Manzy King...........................................................................273 Charlie Green .......................................................................634 Charlie Green .......................................................................616 John Liebe ............................................................................423 John Liebe ............................................................................400 Ernie Coleman ......................................................................229 Mike Wallace ........................................................................693 Mike Wallace ........................................................................466 Gerald Alphin........................................................................256 Gerald Alphin........................................................................524 Dan Hughes..........................................................................413 Kent Dean ............................................................................481 Greg Washington ..................................................................928 Michael Smith ......................................................................816 Michael Smith ......................................................................796 Michael Smith ......................................................................768 Gerald Benton ......................................................................603 Kevin Lockett........................................................................770 Kevin Lockett........................................................................583 Kevin Lockett........................................................................797 Kevin Lockett........................................................................882 Darnell McDonald .................................................................441 Darnell McDonald ..............................................................1,092 Quincy Morgan ..................................................................1,007 Quincy Morgan ..................................................................1,166 Aaron Lockett .......................................................................357 Taco Wallace ........................................................................704 James Terry .......................................................................1,232 Yamon Figurs .......................................................................483 Jordy Nelson .........................................................................669 Jordy Nelson .........................................................................547 Jordy Nelson ......................................................................1,606 Brandon Banks..................................................................1,049 Brandon Banks.....................................................................705 Aubrey Quarles .....................................................................760 Chris Harper .........................................................................547 Chris Harper .........................................................................857 Tyler Lockett ......................................................................1,262 Tyler Lockett ......................................................................1,515 Deante Burton ......................................................................510


PLAYS

Career

Season.............................................................. 132.9 (1961 - 10 games)

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

YARDS PER PLAY

Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Plays vs. Kansas, 10/3/70 ...................................................................100 vs. Oklahoma, 10/23/71 ...............................................................99 vs. Northern Illinois, 9/30/95 ........................................................96 vs. BYU, 9/25/71 ..........................................................................94 vs. Tulsa, 9/22/73 ........................................................................93 vs. Iowa State, 10/18/69 ..............................................................93 7. vs. Mississippi State, 10/1/77 ......................................................92 at Baylor, 9/20/69 ........................................................................92 9. at Colorado, 11/19/83 ..................................................................91 vs. South Dakota, 9/18/82 ............................................................91 at Colorado, 11/22/69 ..................................................................91

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Plays 1998 ............................................................ 887 2013 ............................................................ 828 2002 ............................................................ 878 2003 ......................................................... 1,059 2012 ............................................................ 841 2014 ............................................................ 891 2007 ............................................................ 861 2010 ............................................................ 847 2008 ............................................................ 833 2000 ............................................................ 933

Year Plays 2003 .......................................................................................1,059 2000 ..........................................................................................933 2011 ..........................................................................................896 1971 ..........................................................................................894 2014 ..........................................................................................891 1998 ..........................................................................................887 2002 ..........................................................................................878 2015 .........................................................................................876 2007 ..........................................................................................861 2001 ..........................................................................................856

OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year TDs 2003 ............................................................................................73 2002 ............................................................................................67 1998 ............................................................................................65 2000 ............................................................................................61 2012 ............................................................................................58

Game Opponent, Date Yards vs. North Texas, 9/24/2005 ........................................................658 vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97 ........................................................638 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..................................................607 vs. Akron, 9/23/95 .....................................................................590 vs. Iowa State, 11/4/2000 ..........................................................583 vs. South Dakota, 9/18/82..........................................................574 vs. Iowa State, 10/24/98 ............................................................573 at Kansas, 10/31/98 ..................................................................566 vs. Indiana State, 9/7/96 ............................................................565 at Nebraska, 10/16/93 ...............................................................565

Season Year Yards 2003 .......................................................................................6,615 1998 .......................................................................................5,741 2002 .......................................................................................5,499 2014 .......................................................................................5,481 2000 .......................................................................................5,330 2013 .......................................................................................5,235 2012 .......................................................................................5,218 2007 .......................................................................................5,018 2010 .......................................................................................4,924 2008 .......................................................................................4,825

Fewest Yards Game ............................................................... 16, at Colorado, 10/24/92 Season.............................................................. 1,329 (1961 - 10 games)

YARDS PER GAME Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 1998 .............................................................. 12 2003 .............................................................. 15 2002 .............................................................. 13 2014 .............................................................. 13 2007 .............................................................. 12 2000 .............................................................. 13 2013 .............................................................. 13 2008 .............................................................. 12 1995 .............................................................. 11 2012 .............................................................. 13

Game .....67, Collin Klein at Baylor (11/17/2012)/at Okla. St. (11/5/2011) ................................................. 67, Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, 1/2/2004 ...................................................... 67, Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 Season.................................................................598, Collin Klein (2011) Career ...................................................... 1,232, Ell Roberson (2000-03)

YARDAGE Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Yds 1. Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008...................................501 (23 rushing, 478 passing) 2. Michael Bishop vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ..........................475 (34 rushing, 441 passing) 3. Chad May at Nebraska, 10/16/93...............................................461 (-28 rushing, 489 passing) 4. Michael Bishop vs. Nebraska, 11/14/98 .....................................446 (140 rushing, 306 passing) 5. Michael Bishop vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98.....................................442 (101 rushing, 341 passing) 6. Jake Waters at West Virginia, 11/20/2014...................................413 (13 rushing, 400 passing) 7. Lynn Dickey at Missouri, 11/1/69 ...............................................411 (17 rushing, 394 passing) 8. Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/2007 ...........................403 (404 passing, -1 rushing) Ell Roberson at Nebraska, 11/15/2003 .......................................403 (90 rushing, 313 passing) 10. Jake Waters vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 .......................................395 (105 rushing, 290 passing) Lynn Dickey at Colorado, 11/22/69 .............................................395 (-44 rushing, 439 passing)

Yds 5,741 6,615 5,499 5,481 5,018 5,330 5,235 4,825 4,419 5,218

Avg. 478.4 441.0 423.0 421.6 418.2 410.0 402.7 402.1 401.7 401.4

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Rush Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................ 484 Michael Bishop, 1998 ................................... 748 Collin Klein, 2012 ......................................... 920 Ell Roberson, 2003 ....................................... 975 Josh Freeman, 2008 ..................................... 404 Josh Freeman, 2007 ......................................-40 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................ 499 Collin Klein, 2011 ...................................... 1,141 Jake Waters, 2013 ........................................ 312 Ell Roberson, 2002 .................................... 1,032

Total 8,421 7,917 7,209 6,766 5,779 5,715 5,607 5,119 4,979 4,891

Yds 3,985 3,592 3,349 3,313 3,561

YPG 306.5 299.3 279.1 276.1 273.9

Yds 6,766 5,715 8,421 4,891 7,917

YPG 260.2 248.5 240.6 222.3 193.1

YARDS PER GAME Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Gms Jake Waters, 2014 .......................................... 13 Michael Bishop, 1998 ..................................... 12 Josh Freeman, 2008 ....................................... 12 Josh Freeman, 2007 ....................................... 12 Collin Klein, 2012 ........................................... 13

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years Gms Jake Waters, 2013-14..................................... 26 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 ............................... 23 Josh Freeman, 2006-08.................................. 35 Chad May, 1993-94 ....................................... 22 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.................................... 41

Game

Season

Season

Pass 8,078 5,099 4,724 5,970 6,208 4,401 4,642 5,223 -5,253

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR

INDIVIDUAL PLAYS [COMBINED RUSHES, PASS ATT., REC. AND RETURNS]

YARDS

Player, Years Rush Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................ 343 Ell Roberson, 2000-03............................... 2,818 Collin Klein, 2009-12................................. 2,485 Jake Waters, 2013-14................................... 796 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 .................................-429 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .......................... 1,314 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-2000 .......... 965 Carl Straw, 1987-90 ....................................-104 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ........................... 4,979 Chad May, 1993-94 ....................................-362

Career

Season

Game .............................................................34, at Iowa State, 11/15/47 Season................................................................. 462 (1947 - 10 games)

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Avg. 6.47 6.32 6.26 6.25 6.20 6.15 5.83 5.81 5.79 5.71

Season......................................... 2.52, 1961 (527 plays for 1,329 yards)

Fewest Plays

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Yds 5,741 5,235 5,499 6,615 5,218 5,481 5,018 4,924 4,825 5,330

Fewest Yards Per Play

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fewest Yards Per Game

TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS

TEAM

Pass 3,501 2,844 2,641 2,545 2,945 3,353 2,636 1,918 2,469 1,580

Total 3,985 3,592 3,561 3,520 3,349 3,313 3,135 3,059 2,781 2,612

Rk Player vs. /at Opponent, Date TDs 1. Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/2012............................7 (4r/3p) 2. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .............................6 (5r/1p) Jonathan Beasley at Oklahoma State, 10/23/99 .................6 (2r/4p)

Season Rk Player, Year TDs 1. Collin Klein, 2011 .........................................................................40 2. Collin Klein, 2012 .........................................................................39 Ell Roberson, 2003 .......................................................................39 4. Michael Bishop, 1998 ...................................................................37 5. Josh Freeman, 2008 .....................................................................34 Jonathan Beasley, 2000................................................................34 7. Jake Waters, 2014 ........................................................................31 8. Matt Miller, 1995 ..........................................................................30 9. Jake Waters, 2013 ........................................................................24 10. Three Times..................................................................................23 Last: Carson Coffman, 2010

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year TDs Collin Klein, 2009-12....................................................................87 Ell Roberson, 2000-03..................................................................77 Josh Freeman, 2006-08................................................................64 Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 1999-2000.......................................59 Michael Bishop, 1997-98 .............................................................59 Jake Waters, 2013-14...................................................................55 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ..............................................................48 Chad may, 1993-94 .....................................................................44 Lynn Dickey, 1968-70 ..................................................................33 Three Times..................................................................................32 Last: Daniel Thomas, 2009-10

ANNUAL LEADERS Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Name Rush Gerald Hackney...................................598 Hi Faubion ..........................................605 Frank Hooper ....................................... 21 Lane Brown............................................ 4 Carl Albacker .................................... -120 Veryl Switzer .......................................558 Corky Taylor ........................................529 Doug Roether ......................................272 Keith Wilson ........................................341 Ralph Pfeifer .......................................468 Les Krull ............................................. -43 John Solmos..........................................27 John Solmos........................................102 Joel Searles.........................................252 Larry Corrigan .....................................115

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Tot 610 681 730 504 439 585 529 272 557 468 618 612 480 252 556

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TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE RECORDS

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Larry Corrigan .....................................634 Jerry Condit .........................................450 Vic Castillo ......................................... -47 Cornelius Davis ................................1,028 Bill Nossek........................................ -395 Lynn Dickey ...................................... -154 Lynn Dickey ...................................... -120 Lynn Dickey ...................................... -155 Dennis Morrison................................... 53 Dennis Morrison.................................. -50 Steve Grogan ......................................372 Steve Grogan ......................................214 Joe Hatcher .......................................... 46 Wendell Henrikson ............................ -142 Wendell Henrikson .............................. -97 Dan Manucci....................................... -4 Darrell Dickey ...................................... 25 Darrell Dickey .....................................108 Darrell Dickey .....................................246 Darrell Dickey ...................................... 49 Stan Weber ........................................279 Stan Weber .........................................406 John Welch.......................................... -85 Randy Williams ................................... -28 Gary Swim ........................................ -116 Carl Straw......................................... -194 Carl Straw............................................ 52 Carl Straw............................................ 45 Paul Watson ........................................ 42 Jason Smargiasso ................................ 2 Chad May ......................................... -190 Chad May ......................................... -172 Matt Miller ..........................................309 Brian Kavanagh ................................ -170 Michael Bishop ...................................556 Michael Bishop ...................................748 Jonathan Beasley ................................227 Jonathan Beasley ................................499 Ell Roberson........................................643 Ell Roberson.....................................1,032 Ell Roberson........................................975 Dylan Meier.........................................232 Allan Evridge .......................................203 Josh Freeman...................................... -21 Josh Freeman...................................... -40 Josh Freeman......................................404 Grant Gregory......................................308 Carson Coffman ..................................157 Collin Klein.......................................1,141 Collin Klein..........................................920 Jake Waters ........................................312 Jake Waters.........................................484 Joe Hubener ........................................613

215 0 734 0 1,220 1,569 2,476 2,163 1,780 1,596 1,050 834 432 1,066 882 1,808 895 1,004 974 1,225 672 602 659 1,069 1,304 1,947 1,095 2,156 2,312 990 2,682 2,571 2,059 1,893 1,557 2,844 1,805 2,636 855 1,580 2,545 1,436 1365 1780 3,353 2,945 1,096 2,060 1,918 2,641 2,469 3,501 1,837

849 450 687 1,028 825 1,415 2,356 2,008 1,833 1,546 1,422 1,048 478 924 785 1,804 920 1,112 1,220 1,274 951 1,008 574 1,041 1,188 1,753 1,147 2,201 2,354 992 2,492 2,399 2,368 1,723 2,123 3,592 2,032 3,135 1,498 2,612 3,520 1,668 1,568 1,759 3,313 3,349 1,404 2,217 3,059 3,561 2,781 3,985 2,450

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Most Yards Per Play Game (min. 10 plays) .........27.0, Andre Coleman vs. Missouri, 11/13/93 (10 plays, 270 yards) Season (min. 50 plays) ............................... 22.0, Eugene Goodlow, 1978 (55 plays, 1,208 yards) Career (min. 175 plays)...........................18.2, Andre Coleman, 1990-93 (189 plays, 3,443 yards)

YARDS PER GAME Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Gms Darren Sproles, 2004...................................... 11 Darren Sproles, 2003...................................... 15 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ......................................... 13 Brandon Banks, 2009 ..................................... 12 Mack Herron, 1969 ........................................... 9

Yds 2,067 2,735 2,296 2,097 1,547

YPG 187.9 182.3 176.6 174.8 171.9

Yds 3,150 3,828 6,812 6,586 3,303

YPG 165.8 159.5 151.4 140.1 132.1

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Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Rush 1. Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 11/23/2013 ........................................... 0 2. Darren Sproles vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004....................................... 292 Brandon Banks at Oklahoma, 10/31/2009......................................... 0 4. Darren Sproles vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/2003 ...................................... 235 5. Tyler Lockett at Texas, 9/21/2013...................................................... 0 6. Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ......................................... 0 Mack Herron at Colorado, 11/22/69................................................. 21 8. Tyler Lockett at Oklahoma State, 11/5/2011 .................................... 84 9. Darren Sproles vs. Baylor, 11/1/2003 ............................................ 155 10. Brandon Banks vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009 ................................ 1

Player, Years Gms Mack Herron, 1968-69 ................................... 19 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ............................... 24 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ................................ 45 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 ................................... 47 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ................................ 25

Rec 278 6 156 88 237 196 171 32 7 90

PRet 0 25 0 -1 0 66 27 6 20 29

KRet 162 28 195 23 96 59 102 193 126 183

Total 440 351 351 345 333 321 321 315 308 303

Rec 287 1,515 705 223 1,606 1,262 99 171 1,049 501

PRet 190 402 115 34 264 4 154 0 58 116

KRet 272 362 1127 492 0 583 82 0 498 632

Total 2,735 2,296 2,097 2,067 1,863 1,859 1,800 1,756 1,731 1,648

Rec 609 3,710 2,400 1,754 415 1,556 428 1,673 546 1,244

PRet 378 488 845 213 0 362 0 718 0 175

KRet 846 2,196 709 1,625 186 1,458 25 794 405 916

Total 6,812 6,586 4,023 3,828 3,594 3,443 3,303 3,217 3,161 3,150

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Rush Darren Sproles, 2003.................................................................. 1,986 Tyler Lockett, 2014 .......................................................................... 17 Brandon Banks, 2009 .................................................................... 110 Darren Sproles, 2004.................................................................. 1,318 Jordy Nelson, 2007 ...........................................................................-7 Tyler Lockett, 2013 .......................................................................... 10 Darren Sproles, 2002.................................................................. 1,465 Daniel Thomas, 2010.................................................................. 1,585 Brandon Banks, 2008 .................................................................... 126 Henry Hawthorne, 1970 ................................................................. 399

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Rush Darren Sproles, 2001-04 ............................................................ 4,979 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................................................. 192 Aaron Lockett, 1998-01 ................................................................... 69 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 .............................................................. 236 John Hubert, 2010-13................................................................. 2,993 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 ................................................................ 67 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 ............................................................ 2,850 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 ........................................................ 32 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 .................................................................... 2,210 Mack Herron, 1968-69 .................................................................. 815

CAREER 2,000 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Player, Years Tot Darren Sproles, 2001-04 .........................................................6,812 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 ............................................................6,586 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 .......................................................4,023 Brandon Banks, 2008-09 ........................................................3,828 John Hubert, 2010-13..............................................................3,594 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 ........................................................3,443 Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 .........................................................3,303 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 ................................................3,217 J.J. Smith, 1991-94 .................................................................3,161 Mack Herron, 1968-69 ............................................................3,150 Isaac Jackson, 1971-73 ..........................................................3,137 Jordy Nelson, 2005-07 ............................................................3,080 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 ...........................................................3,046 Eric Hickson, 1994-98 .............................................................3,025 Michael Smith, 1988-91 ..........................................................3,003 Mike Lawrence, 1994-97 .........................................................2,984 David Allen, 1997-2000...........................................................2,840 Ell Roberson, 2000-03.............................................................2,818 Collin Klein, 2009-12...............................................................2,523 Eric Gallon, 1989, 91-92 .........................................................2,476 Mitch Running, 1992-95..........................................................2,472 Jermaine Moreira, 2003-06 .....................................................2,421 Quincy Morgan, 1999-2000 .....................................................2,388 Yamon Figurs, 2004-06 ...........................................................2,275 Henry Hawthorne, 1969-70 .....................................................2,230 Cornelius Davis, 1966-68 ........................................................2,209 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 .............................................................2,117

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Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Player Plays Mack Herron ........................................... 141 Mack Herron ........................................... 202 Henry Hawthorne .................................... 158 Bill Butler................................................ 220 Don Calhoun ........................................... 162 Isaac Jackson ......................................... 252 Roscoe Scoby............................................ 82 Mike Harris ............................................... 62 Tony Brown ............................................. 139 Mack Green ............................................ 217 Eugene Goodlow........................................ 55 L.J. Brown ............................................... 168 L.J. Brown ............................................... 184

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Avg 11.4 7.7 10.4 4.6 6.0 6.0 5.1 9.3 3.8 4.5 22.0 4.8 3.9

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Kilisimasi Toluao..................................... 125 Mike Wallace ............................................ 39 Greg Dafeforde ........................................ 163 James Witherspoon ................................... 63 Gerald Alphin ............................................ 34 Tony Jordan............................................. 218 Tony Jordan............................................. 192 Greg Washington ....................................... 71 Michael Smith ........................................... 84 Michael Smith ........................................... 64 Eric Gallon .............................................. 245 Gerald Benton ........................................... 84 Andre Coleman ......................................... 87 J.J. Smith ................................................ 282 Mitch Running........................................... 86 Mike Lawrence........................................ 240 Eric Hickson ............................................ 179 Darnell McDonald ..................................... 75 Quincy Morgan .......................................... 45 Aaron Lockett............................................ 79 Josh Scobey ............................................ 253 Darren Sproles ........................................ 265 Darren Sproles ........................................ 360 Darren Sproles ........................................ 303 Jermaine Moreira ...................................... 64 Leon Patton ............................................ 128 Jordy Nelson ........................................... 130 Brandon Banks ......................................... 97 Brandon Banks ...................................... 123 Daniel Thomas ........................................ 325 John Hubert............................................. 240 Tyler Lockett ............................................. 75 Tyler Lockett ........................................... 107 Tyler Lockett ............................................ 148 Morgan Burns ........................................... 35

637 728 801 459 524 939 828 930 947 944 1,349 1,083 1,581 1,644 1,154 1,321 944 1,092 1,051 1,459 1,370 1,800 2,735 2,067 889 1,056 1,863 1,731 2,097 1,756 1,158 1,474 1,859 2,296 1,138

5.1 18.7 4.9 7.3 15.4 4.3 4.3 13.1 11.3 14.8 5.5 12.9 18.2 5.8 13.4 5.5 5.3 14.6 23.4 18.5 5.4 6.8 7.6 6.8 13.8 8.3 14.3 17.8 17.1 5.4 4.8 19.7 17.4 15.5 32.5


POINTS First Quarter Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Pts vs. Missouri, 11/20/99 .................................................................35 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................34 vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 ........................................................31 at Kansas, 11/2/2002 ..................................................................30 Four Times (LAST: at Kansas, 11/28/2015) .................................28

Second Quarter 1. vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 ........................................................34 2. vs. Western Kentucky, 8/31/2002 .................................................31 at Kansas, 10/7/2000 ..................................................................31 4. Many Times (Last: vs. TCU, 10/10/2015).....................................28

Third Quarter 1. vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012 .................................................................28 vs. Iowa State, 11/9/2002 ............................................................28 3. Three Times (LAST: at Iowa State, 11/8/2003) ..............................24

Fourth Quarter 1. vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012 ........................................................35 2. vs. Colorado, 11/17/84 .................................................................24 3. Many Times (Last: vs. Iowa State, 11/2/2013) .............................21

First Half 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 ........................................................59 vs. New Mexico State, 9/22/2001 .................................................50 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................48 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 ..................................................47 vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 ........................................................45

Second Half 1. vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ....................................................45 2. vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012 ........................................................42 vs. Texas Tech, 10/27/2012 .........................................................42 4. vs. Bowling Green State, 9/27/97 .................................................38 5. vs. Northern Illinois, 9/30/95 ........................................................37

Overtime 1. vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .........................................................22 2. vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015 ...................................................16 3. vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/1998 .............................................................6

Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................76 at Drury, 10/17/1910 ...................................................................75 vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 ........................................................73 vs. Wichita State, 11/20/1909 ......................................................71 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 ..................................................68 vs. Akron, 9/23/95 .......................................................................67 vs. Missouri, 11/20/99 .................................................................66 vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ..............................................................66 9. at Kansas, 11/2/2002 ..................................................................64 vs. New Mexico State, 9/22/2001 .................................................64

Other Times Hitting 60 or More Points 11. vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/14/2002 .....................................................63 12. vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/2009 .........................................................62 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/26/98 ....................................................62 14. vs. Washington U. (St. Louis), 10/20/1917 ...................................61 vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007 ......................................................61 16. vs. Southwestern, 10/23/1909 .....................................................60 vs. Haskell Institute, 11/17/1905 .................................................60

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Pts 2002 ..........................................................................................582 1998 ..........................................................................................576 2003 ..........................................................................................549 2000 ..........................................................................................514 2012 ..........................................................................................505 2014 ..........................................................................................465 2010 ..........................................................................................437 1999 ..........................................................................................433 2013 ..........................................................................................432 2007 ..........................................................................................422

Fewest Points

Fewest Extra-Point Kick Attempts

Game ..........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/2015) Season................................................................... 39 (1962 - 10 games)

Game ..........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/2015) Season..................................................................... 4 (1966 - 10 games)

POINTS PER GAME

EXTRA-POINT PERCENTAGE

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Season

Year Gms 1998 .............................................................. 12 2002 .............................................................. 13 2000 .............................................................. 13 1999 .............................................................. 11 2012 .............................................................. 13 2003 .............................................................. 15 2014 .............................................................. 13 2007 .............................................................. 12 1995 .............................................................. 11 2008 .............................................................. 12

Pts 576 582 514 433 505 549 465 422 386 419

PPG 48.0 44.8 39.5 39.4 38.8 36.6 35.8 35.2 35.1 34.9

Fewest Points Per Game Season.................................................................. 3.9 (1962 - 10 games)

Game Opponent, Date TDs vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................11 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 ..................................................10 Many Times ....................................................................................9 Last: vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008

Rk Year TDs 1. 2002 ............................................................................................79 2. 2003 ............................................................................................73 1998 ............................................................................................73 4. 2000 ............................................................................................66 5. 2012 ............................................................................................64

Fewest Touchdowns Game ..........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/2015) Season..................................................................... 6 (1962 - 10 games)

EXTRA POINTS MADE Game Rk Opponent, Date Ex Pts 1. vs. Missouri, 11/20/99 ...................................................................9 2. Many Times ....................................................................................8 Last: vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012

64 44

1.000 1.000

TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Game Rk Opponent, Date 2 Pt Conv. 1. at Oklahoma, 11/11/89 ..................................................................2 at Iowa State, 10/21/72 .................................................................2 3. Many Times ....................................................................................1 Last: vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015

Rk Year 2 Pt Conv. 1. 1989 ..............................................................................................6 2. Many Times ....................................................................................3 Last: 2010

FIELD GOALS MADE Rk Game, Date FGM 1. at Texas, 10/2/99 ...........................................................................5 2. Many Times ....................................................................................4 Last: vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015

Season Rk Year FGM 1. 2014 ............................................................................................23 2. 2007 ............................................................................................22 1998 ............................................................................................22 4. 2015 ...........................................................................................19 2012 ............................................................................................19 1999 ............................................................................................19 1997 ............................................................................................19

Fewest Field Goals Made Game ..........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/2015) Season........................................0, Many Times (Last: 1962 - 10 games)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Season Year Ex Pts 1998 ............................................................................................70 2003 ............................................................................................67 2002 ............................................................................................65 2012 ............................................................................................64 2000 ............................................................................................59

Fewest Extra-Point Kicks Made Game ..........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/17/2015) Season..................................................................... 3 (1962 - 10 games)

EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED Game Rk Opponent, Date Ex Pts 1. vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 ..................................................10 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................10 3. Many Times ....................................................................................9 Last: vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008

Game Rk Game, Date FGA 1. at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ..........................................................6 at Kansas, 10/31/98 ......................................................................6 3. Many Times ....................................................................................5 Last: at Baylor, 10/27/2007

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Year FGA 1998 ............................................................................................31 2014 ............................................................................................29 2007 ............................................................................................28 2006 ............................................................................................24 1999 ............................................................................................24

Fewest Field Goal Attempts Game ........................................0, Many Times (Last: at TCU, 11/8/2014) Season..................................................................... 5 (1972 - 11 games)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pct 100.0

Game

Season

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Att

Season (Since 1972)

TOUCHDOWNS Rk 1. 2. 3.

Rk Year EP 1. 15 Teams ........................................................... Best Perfect Years: 2012 .............................................................. 64 2015 ............................................................. 44

SCORING RECORDS

TEAM

Year Ex Pts 2002 ............................................................................................74 1998 ............................................................................................71 2003 ............................................................................................68 2012 ............................................................................................64 2000 ............................................................................................62

Game Rk Opponent, Date FG 1. Many Times ........................................................ Best Perfect Game: at Texas, 10/2/99 .............. 5

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FGA 5

Pct 1.000 1.000

141


SCORING RECORDS

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year FG 1997 .............................................................. 19 2015 .............................................................. 19 1985 ................................................................ 7 2004 .............................................................. 13 2000 .............................................................. 17

FGA 20 21 8 15 20

Pct 95.0 90.5 87.5 86.7 85.0

Lowest Field Goal Percentage Game .................................................................................................. n/a Season..................................................12.5 [1-for-8] (1978 - 11 games)

Season

KICK SCORING Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Pts 1. Martin Gramatica at Kansas, 10/31/98 ..................18 (4 FG, 6 PAT) 2. Brooks Rossman at Colorado, 10/13/2007 .............17 (4 FG, 5 PAT) Jamie Rheem at Texas, 10/2/99 .............................17 (5 FG, 2 PAT) 4. Joe Rheem vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004 ......................16 (4 FG, 4 PAT) Jamie Rheem vs. Utah State, 10/16/99 ..................16 (4 FG, 4 PAT) Martin Gramatica vs. Noorthern Illinois, 9/12/98 ....16 (3 FG, 7 PAT) Martin Gramatica vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97 ........16 (3 FG, 7 PAT)

Season

INDIVIDUAL POINTS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Pts (How) 1. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .......................... 30 (5 TDs) Jonathan Beasley vs. North Texas, 9/23/2000 ................. 30 (5 TDs) 3. Ralph Graham at Kansas Wesleyan, 10/7/32...........28 (4 TDs/4 XP) 4. 15 Times ......................................................................... 24 (4 TDs) LAST: Joe Hubener vs. TCU, 10/10/2015

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player, Year TD Collin Klein, 2011 ........................... 27 Collin Klein, 2012 ........................... 23 Martin Gramatica, 1998 ..................– Mack Herron, 1969 ......................... 21 Anthony Cantele, 2012 ....................– Daniel Thomas, 2010 ..................... 19 Darren Sproles, 2003...................... 19 Brooks Rossman, 2007 ................... 0 Darren Sproles, 2002...................... 17 Jonathan Beasley, 2000.................. 17

FG – – 22/31 – 19/23 – – 22/28 – –

XP – – 69/69 – 64/64 1 (2XP) – 44/46 1 (2XP) 1 (2XP)

Pts 162 138 135 126 121 116 114 110 104 104

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year Pts Martin Gramatica, 1998 ...................................135 (22 FG, 69 PAT) Anthony Cantele, 2012 .....................................121 (19 FG, 64 PAT) Brooks Rossman, 2007 ....................................110 (22 FG, 44 PAT) Joe Rheem, 2003 ..............................................103 (12 FG, 67 PAT) Jamie Rheem, 2000 ..........................................100 (17 FG, 49 PAT)

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years Pts Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 1997-98 ............349 (54 FG, 187 PAT) Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ...................................... 291 (38 FG, 177 PAT) Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ............... 252 (39 FG, 135 PAT) Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ..............................229 (37 FG, 118 PAT) Tate Wright, 1990-93 .....................................196 (31 FG, 103 PAT)

Senior Rk Player, Year Pts 1. Collin Klein, 2012 .......................................................................138 2. Martin Gramatica, 1998 .............................................................135 3. Mack Herron, 1969 .....................................................................126 4. Anthony Cantele, 2012 ...............................................................121 5. Daniel Thomas, 2010 .................................................................116 Junior 1. Collin Klein, 2011 .......................................................................162 2. Darren Sproles, 2003..................................................................114 3. Brooks Rossman, 2007 ..............................................................110 4. Joe Rheem, 2003 ........................................................................103 5. Anthony Cantele, 2011 .................................................................99 Sophomore 1. Darren Sproles, 2002..................................................................104 2. Charles Jones, 2014 .....................................................................84 3. Jack Cantele, 2013 .......................................................................73 4. Daniel Sams, 2013 .......................................................................66 5. Martin Gramatica, 1995 ...............................................................64 Freshman 1. Matthew McCrane, 2014 ..............................................................95 2. Martin Gramatica, 1994 ...............................................................56 3. Jamie Rheem, 1996 ......................................................................55 4. Tate Wright, 1990 .........................................................................53 5. Winston Dimel, 2015 ..................................................................48

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player, Years Pts (How) Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ......349 (54/70 FG, 187/192 XP) Collin Klein, 2009-12................................................... 342 (57 TDs) Darren Sproles, 2001-04 .................................. 292 (48 TDs, 2 2XP) Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ............................291 (38/50 FG, 173/183 XP) Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 .........252 (39/49 FG, 135/138 XP) Ell Roberson, 2000-03...................................... 248 (40 TDs, 4 2XP) Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ....................235 (37/48 FG, 118/120 XP) Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 ...................................... 212 (35 TDs, 1 2XP) Tate Wright, 1990-93 ...........................196 (31/51 FG, 103/113 XP) Ralph Graham, 1931-33 ................................... 196 (13 XP, 31 TDs)

XPA 69 68 64 55 58 50 49 47 46 43 46

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player, Years XP Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ..............................187 Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ....................................................177 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 .................................135 Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ............................................118 Tate Wright, 1990-93 ...................................................103 Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 .............................................98 Jack Cantele, 2013-15....................................................80 Steve Willis, 1981-84 .....................................................76 Josh Cherry, 2007-10 .....................................................76 10. Max Arreguin, 1968-70 ...................................................64

XPA 192 187 138 120 113 101 82 78 79 72

Season.........................................................69, Martin Gramatica (1998) Career ..................................................... 96, Anthony Cantele (2011-12)

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date TDs 1. Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/2011 .........................................5 Jonathan Beasley vs. North Texas, 9/23/2000 ................................5 3. 15 Times ........................................................................................4 LAST: Joe Hubener vs. TCU, 10/10/2015

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Year TDrn Collin Klein, 2011 ........................... 27 Collin Klein, 2012 ........................... 23 Mack Herron, 1969 ......................... 20 Daniel Thomas, 2010 ..................... 19 Darren Sproles, 2003...................... 16 6. Darren Sproles, 2002...................... 17 Jonathan Beasley, 2000.................. 17 8. John Hubert, 2012 .......................... 16 Ell Roberson, 2002 ......................... 16 Josh Scobey, 2000 .......................... 16 Bill Butler, 1971 ............................. 14

TDrc – – 1 – 2 – – – – – 2

TDrt – – – – 1 – – – – – –

Tot 27 23 21 19 19 17 17 16 16 16 16

TDrc 1 2 – 29 3 – 5 – 2 – 26

TDrt – 1 – 6 – – 3 – – – –

Tot 57 48 40 35 31 31 31 30 28 26 26

Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date XP 1. Brooks Rossman vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 .................9 Jamie Rheem vs. Missouri, 11/20/99................................9 Martin Gramatica vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ......................9 4. Anthony Cantele vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012 ...........................8 Anthony Cantele at Kansas, 10/22/2011 ..........................8 Josh Cherry at Kansas, 10/14/2010..................................8 Josh Cherry vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/2009 ..........................8 Brooks Rossman vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007 ...............8 Joe Rheem at Kansas, 11/2/2002 .....................................8 Jamie Rheem vs. Iowa State, 11/4/2000 ..........................8 Jamie Rheem vs. Indiana State, 9/7/96 ............................8

XPA 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years TDrn Collin Klein, 2009-12 56 Darren Sproles, 2001-04 45 Ell Roberson, 2000-03 40 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 – John Hubert, 2010-13 28 Josh Scobey, 2000-01 31 Mack Herron, 1968-69 23 8. Daniel Thomas, 2009-10 30 9. Eric Hickson, 1994-95, 97-98 26 10. Jonathan Beasley, 1996-97, 99-00 26 Kevin Lockett, 1993-96 –

EXTRA POINTS MADE Game

Career

Player, Year XP Martin Gramatica, 1998 .................................................69 Joe Rheem, 2003 ............................................................67 Anthony Cantele, 2012 ...................................................64 Brooks Rossman, 2008 ..................................................54 Joe Rheem, 2002 ............................................................53 Jamie Rheem, 2000 ........................................................49 Anthony Cantele, 2011 ...................................................48 Josh Cherry, 2010...........................................................47 Brooks Rossman, 2007 ..................................................44 Jamie Rheem, 1996 ........................................................43 Martin Gramatica, 1995 .................................................43

Consecutive Extra Points Made

Season Season By Class

142

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date XP 1. Brooks Rossman vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 .................9 Jamie Rheem vs. Missouri, 11/20/99................................9 Martin Gramatica vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ......................9 4. Eight Times.......................................................................8 LAST: Anthony Cantele vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012

XPA 9 9 9 8

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year XP Martin Gramatica, 1998 .................................................69 Joe Rheem, 2003 ............................................................67 Anthony Cantele, 2012 ...................................................64 Joe Rheem, 2002 ............................................................53 Brooks Rossman, 2008 ..................................................54 Jamie Rheem, 2000 ........................................................49 Anthony Cantele, 2011 ...................................................48 Josh Cherry, 2010...........................................................47 Brooks Rossman, 2007 ..................................................44 Jamie Rheem, 1996 ........................................................43

XPA 69 68 64 58 55 50 49 47 46 43

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years XP Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ..............................187 Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ....................................................177 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 .................................135 Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ............................................118 Tate Wright, 1990-93 ...................................................103 Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 .............................................98 Jack Cantele, 2013-15 .................................................80 Josh Cherry, 2007-10 .....................................................76 Steve Willis, 1981-84 .....................................................76 Max Arreguin, 1968-70 ...................................................64

XPA 192 187 138 120 113 101 82 79 78 72

EXTRA-POINT PERCENTAGE Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date EP 1. Brooks Rossman vs. Montana St., 9/6/2008..... 9 Jamie Rheem vs. Missouri, 11/20/99................ 9 Martin Gramatica vs. Indiana St., 9/5/98.......... 9 4. Eight Times....................................................... 8 Last: Anthony Cantele vs. Kansas, 10/6/2012

Att 9 9 9 8

Pct 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Att 69 64 47 43

Pct 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Season (Min. 20 Attempts) Rk Player, Year EP 1. Martin Gramatica, 1998 ................................. 69 Anthony Cantele, 2012 ................................... 64 Josh Cherry, 2010........................................... 47 Jamie Rheem, 1996 ........................................ 43


32 29 21 21

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Att 120 138 192 102 187

Pct 98.3 97.8 97.4 96.1 94.7

Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date FG 1. Jamie Rheem at Texas, 10/2/99 .......................................5 (Made from 22, 23, 32, 27, 20) 2. Jack Cantele vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015 .................4 Jack Cantele vs. TCU, 11/16/2013....................................4 Josh Cherry vs. Missouri, 11/14/2009 ..............................4 Joe Rheem vs. Louisiana, 9/18/2004 ................................4 Jamie Rheem vs. Utah State, 10/16/99 ............................4 Matthew McCrane at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ...............4 Brooks Rossman at Colorado, 10/13/2007 .......................4 Martin Gramatica vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98 .......................4 Martin Gramatica at Kansas, 10/31/98 ............................4

FGA 5

Career (Min. 100 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years EP Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ............................ 118 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 1999-2000 ............. 135 Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 1997-98 .......... 187 Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 ............................. 98 Joe Rheem, 2001-04 .................................... 177

FIELD GOALS MADE Game

4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6

FGA 28 31 23 20 19 21 23 24 20 15 20

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Years FG Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ................................54 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 ...................................39 Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ......................................................38 Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ..............................................37 Mark Porter, 1985-88 .....................................................37 Steve Willis, 1981-84 .....................................................37 7. Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 .............................................31 Tate Wright, 1990-93 .....................................................31 9. Jeff Snodgrass, 2004-06 ................................................27 10. Jack Cantele, 2013-15 .................................................28

FGA 70 49 50 48 54 58 40 51 40 36

50-YARD FIELD GOALS Season Rk Player, Year No. 1. Jeff Snodgrass, 2006 ......................................................................3 Martin Gramatica, 1997 .................................................................3 3. Five Times ......................................................................................2 LAST: Matthew McCrane, 2014

Career Rk Player, Years No. 1. Jeff Snodgrass, 2005-06 ................................................................5 Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ................................................5 3. Mark Porter, 1985-88 .....................................................................4 4. Five Times ......................................................................................2 LAST: Matthew McCrane, 2014-15

50-Yard Field Goals Made Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

# Longest kick in NCAA history without use of tee

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Long Martin Gramatica vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 ........................65# Mark Porter vs. Nebraska, 10/22/88 ............................................61 Bill Sinovic vs. BYU, 9/11/76 ........................................................58 Jeff Snodgrass vs. North Texas, 9/24/2005...................................57 Jamie Rheem vs. Utah State, 10/16/99 ........................................57 6. Martin Gramatica vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ..................................55 Martin Gramatica vs. Ohio, 9/13/97 .............................................55 8. Anthony Cantele vs. Oklahoma, 10/29/2011 .................................54

Season.........................................15, Jamie Rheem (10/2/99 - 11/13/99) Career .......................................... 15, Jamie Rheem (1996-97, 99-2000) (10/2/99 - 11/13/99)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date FG 1. Martin Gramatica at Kansas, 10/31/98 ............................4 2. Jamie Rheem at Texas, 10/2/99 .......................................5 Matthew McCrane at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 ...............4 Brooks Rossman at Colorado, 10/13/2007 .......................4 Martin Gramatica vs. Texas A&M, 12/5/98 .......................4 Brooks Rossman at Baylor, 10/28/2007 ...........................3 Tate Wright at Oklahoma State, 11/23/91 .........................3

FGA 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Year FG Martin Gramatica, 1998 .................................................22 Brooks Rossman, 2007 ..................................................22 Jeff Snodgrass, 2006 ......................................................17 Anthony Cantele, 2012 ...................................................19 Anthony Cantele, 2011 ...................................................17 6. Jamie Rheem, 1999 ........................................................18 7. Josh Cherry, 2009...........................................................12 Jamie Rheem, 2000 ........................................................17 Martin Gramatica, 1997 .................................................19 Steve Willis, 1982...........................................................13

FGA 31 28 24 23 23 21 20 20 20 20

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player, Years FG Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ................................54 Steve Willis, 1981-84 .....................................................37 Mark Porter, 1985-88 .....................................................37 Tate Wright, 1990-93 .....................................................31 Joe Rheem, 2001-04 ......................................................38 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 ...................................39 Anthony Cantele, 2010-12 ..............................................37 Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 .............................................31 Jeff Snodgrass, 2004-06 ................................................27 10. Jack Cantele, 2013-15 .................................................28

FGA 70 58 54 51 50 49 48 40 40 36

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 4 attempts) Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date FG FGA 1. Jamie Rheem at Texas, 10/2/99 ....................... 5 5 2. Four Times ....................................................... 4 4 LAST: Jack Cantele vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015

Pct 100.0 100.0

Season (Min. 10 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Year FG Martin Gramatica, 1997 ................................. 19 Matthew McCrane, 2014 ................................ 18 Jamie Rheem, 1999 ........................................ 18 Joe Rheem, 2004 ............................................ 13 Jack Cantele, 2015 ....................................... 12

Career (Minimum 20 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years FG Matthew McCrane, 2014-15 ........................ 25 Jamie Rheem, 1996-97, 99-2000 ................... 39 Brooks Rossman, 2007-08 ............................. 31 Jack Cantele, 2013-15 ................................. 28 Martin Gramatica, 1994-95, 97-98 ................ 54

FGA 20 19 21 15 14

Pct 95.0 94.7 85.7 86.7 85.7

FGA 26 49 40 36 70

Pct 96.2 79.6 77.5 77.8 77.1

Two-Point Conversions Made Game .................................................................................1, Many Times Last: Jake Waters to Tyler Lockett vs. UCLA, 1/2/2015 Season..........................................................................3, Al Jones (1989) Career ............................................................. 4, Ell Roberson (2000-03) .................................................................4, John Liebe (1976-77, 79-80)

Defensive Extra-Points (NCAA Rule Began in 1988) Game ...................................................................................1, Four Times (Last: Nigel Malone vs. Arkansas, 1/6/2012 - 68-yard blocked kick return)

ANNUAL SCORING LEADERS

Consecutive Field Goals Made

Game

Season Rk Player, Year FG 1. Brooks Rossman, 2007 ..................................................22 Martin Gramatica, 1998 .................................................22 3. Anthony Cantele, 2012 ...................................................19 Martin Gramatica, 1997 .................................................19 5. Matthew McCrane, 2014 ................................................18 Jamie Rheem, 1999 ........................................................18 7. Anthony Cantele, 2011 ...................................................17 Jeff Snodgrass, 2006 ......................................................17 Jamie Rheem, 2000 ........................................................17 10. Joe Rheem, 2004 ............................................................13 Steve Willis, 1982...........................................................13

9. Matthew McCrane vs. Oklahoma State, 11/1/2014.......................53 Brooks Rossman at Colorado, 10/18/2008 ...................................53 Jeff Snodgrass vs. Nebraska, 10/14/2006 ....................................53 Mark Porter at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 .............................................53 Max Arreguin vs. Iowa State, 10/18/69 .........................................53 14. Matthew McCrane vs. Kansas, 11/29/2014 ..................................52 Brooks Rossman at Colorado, 10/13/2007 ...................................52 Jeff Snodgrass vs. Illinois State, 9/2/2006 ....................................52 Joe Rheem at Colorado, 11/13/2004.............................................52 Martin Gramatica vs. Colorado, 11/15/97 .....................................52 Martin Gramatica vs. Ohio, 9/13/97 .............................................52 Steve Willis vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/84 .....................................52 21. Jeff Snodgrass vs. Texas, 11/11/2006 ..........................................51 Jeff Snodgrass vs. Colorado, 10/29/2005 .....................................51 Joe Rheem vs. Iowa State, 11/20/2004 ........................................51 Jamie Rheem vs. Nebraska, 10/5/96 ............................................51 Mark Porter at Oklahoma State, 11/9/85 ......................................51 26. Tate Wright vs. Kansas, 10/9/93 ..................................................50 Mark Porter vs. Colorado, 11/22/86..............................................50 Max Arreguin at Nebraska, 11/9/68 ..............................................50

Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Name TD Two with 18 points..................... Hi Faubion ................................. 7 Ted Maupin ................................ 3 Lane Brown................................ 1 Jack McShulskis ........................ 3 Veryl Switzer .............................. 8 Corky Taylor ............................... 8 Ralph Pfeifer .............................. 6 Gene Keady................................ 7 Ralph Pfeifer .............................. 4 Ben Grosse ................................ 3 Dale Evans................................. 4 Ron Blaylock .............................. 2 Ron McDonald ........................... 2 Willis Crenshaw ......................... 2 Ralph McFillen ........................... 3 Jerry Condit ................................ 4 Henry Howard ............................ 2 Cornelius Davis .......................... 6 Cornelius Davis .......................... 9 Mack Herron ............................. 10 Mack Herron ............................. 21 Henry Hawthorne ....................... 9 Bill Butler.................................. 16 Isaac Jackson ............................ 6 Isaac Jackson ........................... 10 David Cheves ............................. 0 Bill Sinovic ................................. 0 Tony Brown ................................ 7 Paul Coffman ............................. 3 Roosevelt Duncan ...................... 8 L.J. Brown .................................. 5 L.J. Brown .................................. 7 Mark Hundley............................. 6 Steve Willis ................................ 0 Steve Willis ................................ 0 Steve Willis ................................ 0 Mark Porter ................................ 0 Mark Porter ................................ 0 Mark Porter ................................ 0 Greg Washington ........................ 9 David Kruger .............................. 0 Pat Jackson ............................... 9 Eric Gallon ................................. 9 Jason Smargiasso ...................... 8 J.J. Smith .................................. 12 J.J. Smith .................................. 11 Kevin Lockett ............................ 13 Mike Lawrence.......................... 10 Martin Gramatica ....................... 0 Martin Gramatica ....................... 0 Jamie Rheem ............................. 0 Jonathan Beasley ...................... 17 Josh Scobey .............................. 15 Darren Sproles .......................... 17 Darren Sproles .......................... 19 Joe Rheem ................................. 0 Jordy Nelson .............................. 9 Jeff Snodgrass ........................... 0 Brooks Rossman ........................ 0 Josh Freeman............................ 14 Daniel Thomas .......................... 11 Daniel Thomas .......................... 19 Collin Klein................................ 27 Collin Klein................................ 23 Jack Cantele .............................. 0 Matthew McCrane...................... 0 Joe Hubener .............................. 13

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PAT 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 1 0 8 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 17 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 21 19 21 6 11 13 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 69 41 1 0 1 0 37 0 32 44 1 0 1 0 0 40 41 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 7 10 7 11 8 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 22 18 0 0 0 0 13 0 17 22 0 0 0 0 0 11 18 0

Pts 18 42 18 13 18 49 48 36 43 24 41 24 24 12 12 20 24 12 36 54 62 126 54 96 38 60 35 27 42 20 48 30 42 36 60 40 51 27 44 37 54 26 54 54 48 72 66 78 60 94 135 95 104 90 104 114 76 54 83 110 86 66 116 162 138 73 95 78

SCORING/KICKING RECORDS

Jeff Snodgrass, 2006 ...................................... 32 Jack Cantele, 2015 ....................................... 29 Steve Willis, 1984........................................... 21 Steve Willis, 1982........................................... 21

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TEAM ATTEMPTS Game

Game

Rk Opponent, Date Att 1. Many Times ....................................................................16 Last: Unknown

Yds

Rk Year Att 1. 1985 ..............................................................................86 2. 1992 ..............................................................................84 1975 ..............................................................................84 4. 1977 ..............................................................................83 5. 1986 ..............................................................................81 6. 1951 ..............................................................................80 7. 1968 ..............................................................................77 8. 1961 ..............................................................................76 9. 1972 ..............................................................................75 10. 1987 ..............................................................................74 1976 ..............................................................................74

Yds 3,484 3,658 3,283 3,267 3,099 2,976 3,251 2,538 2,951 2,309 2,756

Fewest Punts Game ....................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009) Season................................................................... 31 (1998 - 12 games)

YARDAGE Season Year Att 1992 ..............................................................................84 1985 ..............................................................................86 1975 ..............................................................................84 1977 ..............................................................................83 1968 ..............................................................................77 1986 ..............................................................................81 1980 ..............................................................................72 1967 ..............................................................................72 1951 ..............................................................................80 2015 .............................................................................71

Yds 3,658 3,484 3,283 3,267 3,251 3,099 2,991 2,986 2,976 2,966

Fewest Yards Game ...................................................0, vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009 Season.............................................................. 1,315 (1998 - 12 games)

AVERAGE Game (Min. 4 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Att vs. Texas, 9/19/98 ........................................... 4 vs. Colorado, 10/18/2003 ................................. 4 at Colorado, 10/24/92 .................................... 13 at Kansas, 11/18/2006 .................................... 4 at Tulsa, 9/23/78 .............................................. 8 vs. Pacific, 9/28/74 .......................................... 4

Yds 241 219 685 208 404 202

Avg. 60.25 54.75 52.69 52.00 50.50 50.50

Yds 2,583 2,054 3,658 1,315 3,251 2,426 2,966 2,991 2,986 1,986

Avg. 44.53 43.70 43.55 42.42 42.22 41.83 41.77 41.54 41.47 41.38

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att 1. Many Times ....................................................................12 Last: Sean Snyder vs. Oklahoma State, 11/21/92 ...........12

Yds 415

Season

Season

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Career (min. 75 attempts)

INDIVIDUAL ATTEMPTS

Year Att 2007 .............................................................. 58 1997 .............................................................. 47 1992 .............................................................. 84 1998 .............................................................. 31 1968 .............................................................. 77 1996 .............................................................. 58 2015 ............................................................. 71 1980 .............................................................. 72 1967 .............................................................. 72 2013 .............................................................. 48

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Year Att Don Birdsey, 1977 ..........................................................83 Sean Snyder, 1992 .........................................................80 Troy Faunce, 1986 ..........................................................79 Bill Sinovic, 1975 ...........................................................78 Bob Coble, 1968 .............................................................77 Troy Faunce, 1985 ..........................................................74 Bill Sinovic, 1976 ...........................................................74 Joe Brandt, 1972 ............................................................74 Bob Ballard, 1965 ..........................................................74 10. Don Birdsey, 1980 ..........................................................72

Yds 3,267 3,572 3,099 3,110 3,251 3,127 2,756 2,951 2,927 2,991

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Yds Don Birdsey, 1977-80 ..................................................283 11,422 Scott Fulhage, 1981-84 ................................................254 10,284 Tim Reyer, 2004-07......................................................220 9,295 Bob Coble, 1966-68 .....................................................209 8,770 Ryan Doerr, 2009-12 ....................................................203 8,334 James Garcia, 1995-98 ................................................167 7,211 Joe Brandt, 1970-72.....................................................159 6,097 Troy Faunce, 1985-86 ..................................................153 6,226 Bill Sinovic, 1975-76 ....................................................152 5,866 Travis Brown, 1999-2002 .............................................135 5,352 Sean Snyder, 1991-92..................................................135 5,800

YARDAGE Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Sean Snyder, 1992 .........................................................80 Don Birdsey, 1977 ..........................................................83 Bob Coble, 1968 .............................................................77 Troy Faunce, 1985 ..........................................................74 Bill Sinovic, 1975 ...........................................................78 Troy Faunce, 1986 ..........................................................79 Don Birdsey, 1980 ..........................................................72 Joe Brandt, 1972 ............................................................74 Bob Ballard, 1965 ..........................................................74 Bob Coble, 1966 .............................................................70

Yds 3,572 3,267 3,251 3,127 3,110 3,099 2,991 2,951 2,927 2,920

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att Yds Don Birdsey, 1977-80 ..................................................283 11,422 Scott Fulhage, 1981-84 ................................................254 10,284 Tim Reyer, 2004-07......................................................220 9,295 Bob Coble, 1966-68 .....................................................209 8,770 Ryan Doerr, 2009-12 ....................................................203 8,334 James Garcia, 1995-98 ................................................167 7,211 Troy Faunce, 1985-86 ..................................................153 6,226 Joe Brandt, 1970-72.....................................................159 6,097 Bill Sinovic, 1975-76 ....................................................152 5,866 Sean Snyder, 1991-92..................................................135 5,800

AVERAGE Game (min. 4 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att James Garcia vs. Texas, 9/19/98 ...................... 4 James Garcia at Rice, 9/21/96 ......................... 4 Doug Dusenbury at New Mexico, 11/28/64 ....... 6 Sean Snyder at Colorado, 10/24/92 ................ 12

Yds 241 211 317 630

Avg. 60.25 52.75 52.83 52.50

Yds 3,572 2,583 2,260 2,054 2,646 1,279 1,526 3,127 3,251 2,566

Avg. 44.65 44.50 44.31 43.70 43.38 42.63 42.39 42.26 42.22 42.07

Lowest Average Per Game Season.......................31.2 [74 punts for 2,309 yards] (1987 - 11 games)

Season (min. 25 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Player, Year Att Sean Snyder, 1992 ......................................... 80 Tim Reyer, 2007 ............................................. 58 James Garcia, 1996 ........................................ 51 James Garcia, 1997 ........................................ 47 Doug Dusenbury, 1964 ................................... 61 James Garcia, 1998 ........................................ 30 Tim Reyer, 2004 ............................................. 36 Troy Faunce, 1985 .......................................... 74 Bob Coble, 1968 ............................................. 77 Tim Reyer, 2006 ............................................. 61

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att James Garcia, 1995-98 ................................ 167 Sean Snyder, 1991-92.................................. 135 Tim Reyer, 2004-07...................................... 220 Doug Dusenbury, 1962-64............................ 124 Bob Coble, 1966-68 ..................................... 209 Nick Walsh, 2014-15 .................................. 111 Ryan Doerr, 2009-10 ...................................... 95 Jared Brite, 2000-03 ...................................... 90 Ryan Doerr, 2009-11 .................................... 203 Troy Faunce, 1985-86 .................................. 153

ANNUAL LEADERS Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player Att Harold Bryan ............................................ 54 Galen Christiansen.................................... 35 Ross Estes ............................................... 66 George Carter ............................................ 69 Bill Keeler ................................................. 41 Bernie Dudley ........................................... 17 Corky Taylor ............................................. 20 Bob Whitehead.......................................... 38 Kenny Nesmith.......................................... 34 Keith Wilson ............................................. 28 Terry Lee .................................................. 36 John Solmes.............................................. 23 John Solmes.............................................. 32 John Drew ................................................ 58 Bob Ballard ............................................... 58 Doug Dusenbury ....................................... 53 Doug Dusenbury ....................................... 61 Bob Ballard ............................................... 74 Bob Coble ................................................ 70 Bob Coble ................................................ 62 Bob Coble ................................................ 77 Don Payne ............................................... 57 John Duckers ........................................... 43 Joe Brandt ................................................ 60 Joe Brandt ................................................ 74 Davie Spare .............................................. 55 Davie Spare .............................................. 62 Bill Sinovic ............................................... 78 Bill Sinovic ............................................... 74 Don Birdsey .............................................. 83 Don Birdsey .............................................. 65 Don Birdsey .............................................. 63 Don Birdsey .............................................. 72 Scott Fulhage ............................................ 67 Scott Fulhage ............................................ 64 Scott Fulhage ............................................ 60 Scott Fulhage ............................................ 63 Troy Faunce .............................................. 74 Troy Faunce .............................................. 79 David Kruger ............................................. 23 Shane Pouch............................................. 71 Chris Cobb ............................................... 68 Chris Cobb ............................................... 65 Sean Snyder.............................................. 55 Sean Snyder ............................................. 80 Chad Romano ........................................... 58 Eric Hardy ................................................ 46 James Garcia ............................................ 39 James Garcia ............................................ 51 James Garcia ............................................ 47 James Garcia ............................................ 30 Mike Ronsick ............................................ 35 Travis Brown............................................. 51 Mike Ronsick ............................................ 27 Travis Brown............................................. 49 Jared Brite ................................................ 68 Tim Reyer ................................................. 36 Tim Reyer ................................................. 65 Tim Reyer ................................................. 61 Tim Reyer ................................................. 58 D.J. Fulhage .............................................. 33 Ryan Doerr ................................................ 38 Ryan Doerr ................................................ 57 Ryan Doerr ................................................ 67 Ryan Doerr ................................................ 41 Mark Krause ............................................. 48 Nick Walsh ................................................ 44 Nick Walsh ................................................ 67

Yds 7,211 5,800 9,295 5,228 8,770 4,604 3,920 3,710 8,334 6,226

Avg. 43.18 42.96 42.20 42.16 41.96 41.48 41.30 41.22 41.05 40.69

Yds 1,858 1,216 2,539 2,686 1,549 575 736 1,358 1,286 970 1,300 890 1,196 1,962 2,005 2,165 2,646 2,927 2,920 2,599 3,251 2,223 1,574 2,321 2,951 2,002 2,562 3,110 2,756 3,267 2,666 2,498 2,991 2,675 2,645 2,512 2,452 3,127 3,099 798 2,340 2,731 2,469 2,228 3,572 2,253 1,753 1,618 2,260 2,054 1,279 1,279 1,966 1,060 2,015 2,830 1,526 2,630 2,566 2,583 1,256 1,565 2,355 2,733 1,681 1,986 1,816 2,788

Avg. 34.4 34.7 38.4 38.9 37.7 33.8 36.8 35.7 37.8 34.6 36.1 38.7 37.4 33.8 34.6 40.8 43.4 39.6 41.7 41.9 42.2 39.0 36.6 36.7 39.9 36.4 41.3 39.9 37.2 39.4 41.0 39.6 41.5 39.9 41.3 41.9 38.9 42.3 39.2 34.7 33.0 40.2 38.0 40.5 44.7 38.9 38.1 41.5 44.3 43.7 42.6 37.1 38.5 39.3 41.1 41.6 42.4 40.3 42.1 44.5 38.1 41.2 41.3 40.8 51.0 41.4 41.3 41.6


Fewest Game Rk Opponent, Date Pts 1. Many Times ....................................................................................0 Last: vs. South Dakota, 9/5/2015 Last against conference opponent: vs. Texas, 10/25/2014

Fewest Season (Since 1949) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Year Pts 1953 ..........................................................................................116 1999 ..........................................................................................144 1995 ..........................................................................................145 2002 ..........................................................................................154 1954 ..........................................................................................154

Most Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Pts at Oklahoma, 11/7/42 ..................................................................76 vs. Oklahoma, 10/23/71 ...............................................................75 at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 .............................................................73 at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 ................................................................70 at Oklahoma, 10/21/44 ................................................................68

Most Season (Since 1949) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Pts 1988 ..........................................................................................448 2008 ..........................................................................................430 1987 ..........................................................................................421 2015 .........................................................................................409 1972 ..........................................................................................407

POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME Year Gms 1953 .............................................................. 10 2002 .............................................................. 13 1999 .............................................................. 11 1995 .............................................................. 11 1998 .............................................................. 12 1994 .............................................................. 11 1997 .............................................................. 11 1982 .............................................................. 11 1954 .............................................................. 10 1996 .............................................................. 11

Pts 116 154 144 145 160 156 159 166 154 172

Avg. 11.6 11.8 13.1 13.2 13.3 14.2 14.5 15.1 15.4 15.6

Pts 448 421 407 430 349 347 409 343 343 342

Avg. 40.7 38.3 37.0 35.8 31.7 31.5 31.5 31.2 31.2 31.1

Year Gms 1988 .............................................................. 11 1987 .............................................................. 11 1972 .............................................................. 11 2008 .............................................................. 12 1989 .............................................................. 11 1976 .............................................................. 11 2015 ............................................................. 13 1986 .............................................................. 11 1983 .............................................................. 11 10. 1978 .............................................................. 11

TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Opponent, Date Yds at Kansas, 10/31/98 ....................................................................44 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .............................................................51 vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97 ..........................................................56 vs. Iowa State, 10/18/69 ..............................................................67 vs. Temple, 9/11/99 .....................................................................82 vs. Northern Illinois, 9/30/95 ........................................................84 vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ..............................................................87 vs. Texas A&M, 10/18/97 ............................................................90 at Kentucky, 9/19/70 ..................................................................107 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009..................................................107

Fewest Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Most Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Yds 2015 ......................................................................................5,879 2010 .......................................................................................5,794 2008 .......................................................................................5,749 1988 .......................................................................................5,629 2011 .......................................................................................5,130

TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME Fewest Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 1999 .............................................................. 11 1954 .............................................................. 10 2002 .............................................................. 13 1995 .............................................................. 11 1997 .............................................................. 11 2001 .............................................................. 11 1955 .............................................................. 10 1998 .............................................................. 12 2000 .............................................................. 13 1958 .............................................................. 10

Yds 2,585 2,475 3,237 2,759 2,825 2,886 2,644 3,220 3,517 2,807

Avg. 235.0 247.5 249.0 250.8 256.8 262.4 264.4 268.3 270.5 280.7

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 1988 .............................................................. 11 2008 .............................................................. 12 2015 ............................................................. 13 2010 .............................................................. 13 1987 .............................................................. 11 1972 .............................................................. 11 1989 .............................................................. 11 1983 .............................................................. 11 1986 .............................................................. 11 1990 .............................................................. 11

Yds 5,629 5,749 5,879 5,794 4,901 4,862 4,728 4,590 4,505 4,460

Avg. 511.7 479.1 452.2 445.7 445.5 442.0 429.8 417.3 409.5 405.5

RUSHING ATTEMPTS ALLOWED

Most Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Opponent, Date Yds at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 ..............................................................829 vs. Oklahoma, 10/23/71 .............................................................789 at Texas Tech, 10/10/2009 .........................................................739 at Nebraska, 10/7/1989 .............................................................723 at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 ...........................................................702 at Nebraska, 11/8/80 .................................................................692 vs. Oklahoma, 11/29/2011 .........................................................690 at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 .........................................................684 at Baylor, 10/23/2010 ................................................................683 at Oklahoma, 10/28/72 ..............................................................677

Most

Fewest Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Yds 1954 .......................................................................................2,475 1999 .......................................................................................2,585 1955 .......................................................................................2,644

Fewest Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date Att vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2014 ............................................................14 vs. Michigan, 12/28/2013 ............................................................15 Three Times (LAST: at Oklahoma State, 11/5/2011)......................17

Fewest Season (Since 1971) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year Att 2009 ..........................................................................................362 2001 ..........................................................................................364 1999 ..........................................................................................378

Most Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date Att at Oklahoma, 10/27/62 ................................................................88 at Oklahoma, 10/28/72 ................................................................85 at Oklahoma, 10/26/74 ................................................................84

Most Season (Since 1971) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year Att 1976 ..........................................................................................688 1972 ..........................................................................................684 1975 ..........................................................................................644

RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Opponent, Date Yds at Baylor, 10/26/2002 ................................................................ -37 vs. Texas A&M, 10/18/97 ........................................................... -35 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009.................................................. -19 at Arizona, 9/27/69 .................................................................... -18

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/2009 ....................................................... -13 vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97 .......................................................... -9 vs. Utah State, 10/16/99 .............................................................. -7 vs. Montana, 9/19/92 ................................................................... -1 at Iowa State, 11/22/97 .................................................................0 at Kansas, 10/31/98 ......................................................................3

Fewest Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Yds 2002 ..........................................................................................904 2001 .......................................................................................1,061 1998 .......................................................................................1,179 1969 .......................................................................................1,182 1999 .......................................................................................1,221

Most Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

DEFENSIVE RECORDS

Most Game

TEAM POINTS ALLOWED

Opponent, Date Att at Oklahoma, 10/15/88 ..............................................................768 vs. Oklahoma, 10/23/71 .............................................................711 at Nebraska, 10/7/89 .................................................................542

Most Season (Since 1971) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Att 1988 .......................................................................................3,449 1989 .......................................................................................3,306 1987 .......................................................................................3,182 1960 .......................................................................................3,132 1972 .......................................................................................3,115

RUSHING YDS ALLOWED PER GAME Fewest Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 2002 .............................................................. 13 2001 .............................................................. 11 2000 .............................................................. 13 1998 .............................................................. 12 2009 .............................................................. 12 2003 .............................................................. 15 1999 .............................................................. 11 1995 .............................................................. 11 1969 .............................................................. 10 2012 .............................................................. 13

Yds 904 1,061 1,276 1,179 1,265 1,627 1,221 1,254 1,182 1,649

Avg. 69.5 96.5 98.2 98.3 105.4 108.8 111.0 114.0 118.2 126.8

Yds 3,449 3,068 3,306 3,182 3,115 2,822 2,771 2,896 2,879 2,323

Avg. 313.5 306.8 300.5 289.3 283.2 282.2 277.1 263.3 261.7 258.1

Most Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 1988 .............................................................. 11 1962 .............................................................. 10 1989 .............................................................. 11 1987 .............................................................. 11 1972 .............................................................. 11 1965 .............................................................. 10 1961 .............................................................. 10 1980 .............................................................. 11 1976 .............................................................. 11 1963 ................................................................ 9

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. Many Times ....................................................................................0 Last: vs. Kansas, 11/28/2015

Fewest Season (Since 1971) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year TDs 1998 ..............................................................................................3 1995 ..............................................................................................4 2003 ..............................................................................................6 2001 ..............................................................................................6 5. 2002 ..............................................................................................7

Most Game Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. Four Times (LAST: vs. Nebraska, 11/15/2008)................................6

Most Season (Since 1971) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Year TDs 1987 ............................................................................................40 1988 ............................................................................................39 1976 ............................................................................................37 Three Times (LAST: 1989) .............................................................35

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PASSING ATTEMPTS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date Att vs. Missouri, 10/10/64 ...................................................................1 at Oklahoma, 11/6/76 ....................................................................2 vs. Oklahoma State, 11/5/60 ..........................................................3

Fewest Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year Att 1954 ..........................................................................................101 1960 ..........................................................................................105 1961 ..........................................................................................109

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent, Date Yds at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 .........................................................669 at Texas Tech, 10/10/2009 .........................................................554 vs. Oklahoma,10/29/2011 ..........................................................520 at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 ...........................................................519 at Oklahoma State, 11/5/2011 ...................................................502 vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2008 .........................................................490 vs. Iowa State, 11/22/2008 ........................................................462 at Texas Tech, 10/15/2011 .........................................................461 at Oklahoma State, 10/3/2015 .................................................441 vs. Baylor, 11/5/2015 ...............................................................419

Most Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date Att at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 ...........................................................72 at Texas Tech, 11/9/2013 .............................................................64 at Texas Tech, 10/15/2011 ...........................................................63

Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year Att 2011 ..........................................................................................478 2012 ..........................................................................................474 2013 ..........................................................................................458

COMPLETIONS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk Opponent, Date Cpl 1. at Oklahoma, 11/6/76 ....................................................................0 vs. Oklahoma State, 11/5/60 ..........................................................0 3. Twice (LAST: vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000) ..........................................1

Fewest Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year Cpl 1961 ............................................................................................42 1954 ............................................................................................45 1962 ............................................................................................51

Rk Opponent, Date Cpl 1. at Texas Tech, 11/9/2013 .............................................................47 at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 ...........................................................47 3. at Texas Tech, 10/15/2011 ...........................................................43

Most Season (Since 1971) Year Cpl 2011 ..........................................................................................301 2012 ..........................................................................................296 2015 .........................................................................................290

PASSING YARDS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk Opponent, Date Yds 1. at Oklahoma, 11/6/76 ....................................................................0 2. vs. Northern Illinois, 9/30/95 ..........................................................4 vs. Kansas, 10/10/70 .....................................................................4 4. vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 ...............................................................5 5. vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ................................................................7 vs. Kansas, 10/23/76 .....................................................................7 7. vs. Colorado, 11/20/76 .................................................................16 8. vs. Baylor, 10/30/99.....................................................................17 9. vs. Iowa State, 10/18/69 ..............................................................20 10. vs. Texas A&M, 10/4/75 ...............................................................26

Fewest Season (Since 1954) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Yds 2015 ......................................................................................3,712 2011 .......................................................................................3,423 2012 .......................................................................................3,230 2008 .......................................................................................3,137 2007 .......................................................................................3,108 2014 .......................................................................................2,977 2013 .......................................................................................2,857 2009 .......................................................................................2,814 2010 .......................................................................................2,786 2003 .......................................................................................2,619

PASSING YDS ALLOWED PER GAME Fewest Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 1954 .............................................................. 10 1960 .............................................................. 10 1961 .............................................................. 10 1962 .............................................................. 10 1956 .............................................................. 10 1958 .............................................................. 10 1980 .............................................................. 11 1955 .............................................................. 10 1957 .............................................................. 10 1964 .............................................................. 10

Yds 515 619 687 727 902 908 1,005 920 925 980

Avg. 51.5 61.9 68.7 72.7 90.2 90.8 91.4 92.0 92.5 98.0

Yds 3,712 3,423 3,137 3,108 3,230 2,814 2,536 2,977 2,857 2,786

Avg. 285.5 263.3 261.4 259.0 248.5 234.5 230.5 229.0 219.8 214.3

Most

Most Game

Rk 1. 2. 3.

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Yds 1954 ..........................................................................................515 1960 ..........................................................................................619 1961 ..........................................................................................687 1962 ..........................................................................................727 1956 ..........................................................................................902 1958 ..........................................................................................908 1957 ..........................................................................................925 1964 ..........................................................................................980 1980 .......................................................................................1,005 1963 .......................................................................................1,006

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Gms 2015 ............................................................. 13 2011 .............................................................. 13 2008 .............................................................. 12 2007 .............................................................. 12 2012 .............................................................. 13 2009 .............................................................. 12 2005 .............................................................. 11 2014 .............................................................. 13 2013 .............................................................. 13 2010 .............................................................. 13

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED Fewest Game Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. Many Times ....................................................................................0 Last: at Texas, 10/24/2015

Fewest Season (Since 1960) Rk Year TDs 1. 1960 ..............................................................................................1 2. 1997 ..............................................................................................4 1982 ..............................................................................................4 4. 1999 ..............................................................................................5 1979 ..............................................................................................5

Most Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date TDs at Texas Tech, 10/10/2009 .............................................................8 at Nebraska, 11/10/2007 ...............................................................7 vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2008 .............................................................6

Most Season (Since 1971) Rk Year TDs 1. 2007 ............................................................................................27 2. 2011 ............................................................................................26 2008 ............................................................................................26 4. 2015 ...........................................................................................25 2009 ............................................................................................25 6. 2010 ............................................................................................23

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7. 2014 ............................................................................................20 8. 2004 ............................................................................................19 2003 ............................................................................................19 10. 2012 ............................................................................................18 2006 ............................................................................................18 2005 ............................................................................................18

Most Total Plays Allowed Game ............................................................. 105, at Colorado, 10/24/92 Season................................................................. 996 (2003 - 15 games) ............................................................................. 929 (1972 - 11 games)

Fewest Total Plays Allowed

Most Season (Since 1971)

Most Season (Since 1971)

146

Most Game

Game ..............................................................33, vs. Colorado, 10/14/39 Season................................................................. 576 (1954 - 10 games) ............................................................................. 673 (1995 - 11 games)

Most First Downs Allowed Game ........................................................39, at Texas Tech, 10/15/2005 Season................................................................. 302 (2008 - 12 games)

Fewest First Downs Allowed Game ................................................................1, vs. Colorado, 10/14/39 Season................................................................. 129 (1954 - 10 games) ............................................................................. 154 (1995 - 11 games)

TACKLES FOR LOSS DOES NOT INCLUDE HALF TFLs

Game (Since 1968) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Opponent, Date TFLs at Kansas, 10/7/2000 ..................................................................25 at Kansas, 10/31/98 ....................................................................22 vs. Oregon State, 9/22/79.............................................................20 at Tulsa, 9/13/75 ..........................................................................20 vs. Wichita State, 9/21/74 ............................................................20

Season (Since 1968) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Year TFL 1998 ..........................................................................................132 1997 ..........................................................................................131 2000 ..........................................................................................129 2003 ..........................................................................................104 2002 ..........................................................................................100 1999 ............................................................................................96 1996 ............................................................................................92 2006 ............................................................................................91 1982 ............................................................................................91 10. 2007 ............................................................................................80 2001 ............................................................................................80

SACKS Game (Since 1985) Rk Opponent, Date Sacks 1. at Kansas, 10/7/2000 ....................................................................9 2. Many Times ....................................................................................8 Last: at Baylor, 11/7/98

Season (Since 1985) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Sacks 2003 .........................................................................................52.5 1997 .........................................................................................50.0 2000 .........................................................................................46.5 2002 .........................................................................................40.5 2006 .........................................................................................40.0 1993 .........................................................................................40.0 7. 1996 .........................................................................................39.0 8. 2015 ........................................................................................38.0 1995 .........................................................................................38.0 10. 1994 .........................................................................................36.0

Fewest Sacks (Since 1985) Game .................................... 0, Many Times (Last: vs. TCU, 10/10/2015) Season.................................................. 11 [68 yards] (1987 - 11 games)


Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date TOT Danny Lankas at Missouri, 11/11/67 ............................................28 Danny Lankas vs. Oklahoma State, 11/19/66 ...............................26 Gary Spani vs. Iowa State, 11/12/77 ............................................25 Greg Jones at Oklahoma, 10/28/72 ...............................................25 Danny Lankas at Colorado, 10/1/66..............................................25 Danny Lankas vs. Missouri, 10/8/66 ............................................25 7. Brent Venables vs. Iowa State, 11/5/92 ........................................24 Gary Spani vs. Colorado, 11/20/76 ...............................................24 Danny Lankas vs. Iowa State, 11/12/66 .......................................24 10. Dan Ruzich vs. Missouri, 10/9/82 .................................................21 Gary Spani vs. Missouri, 10/9/76 .................................................21 Gary Spani vs. Missouri, 11/2/74 .................................................21 Danny Lankas at Oklahoma, 11/5/66............................................21

AT 75 110 105 109 101 101 101 94 94 70 61 58 78 66 36 79 68 49 58 78

TOT 184 178 178 175 165 153 151 150 142 142 136 135 135 134 133 131 129 128 127 118

Season By Class Senior Rk Player, Year Total 1. Josh Buhl, 2003..........................................................................184 2. Gary Spani, 1977........................................................................178 Danny Lankas, 1967...................................................................178 4. Matt Wallerstedt, 1987 ...............................................................165 5. Dan Ruzich, 1982 .......................................................................150 Junior 1. Danny Lankas, 1966...................................................................175 2. Gary Spani, 1976........................................................................151 3. Josh Buhl, 2002..........................................................................135 Kirby Hocutt, 1993......................................................................135 5. Barton Hundley, 1984 .................................................................133 Sophomore 1. Gary Spani, 1975........................................................................153 2. Reggie Singletary, 1981 ..............................................................109 3. James Walker, 1978 ...................................................................107 4. Brooks Barta, 1990 ....................................................................105 5. Oscar Gibson, 1968 ....................................................................104 Freshman 1. Mark Simoneau, 1996 ................................................................111 2. Brooks Barta, 1989 ......................................................................81 3. Theopilis Bryant, 1973..................................................................80 4. Brad Lambert, 1984 .....................................................................79 5. William Price, 1988 ......................................................................76

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years UT Gary Spani, 1974-77 .................................... 200 Brooks Barta, 1989-92 ................................. 155 Mark Simoneau, 1996-99 ............................. 251 Josh Buhl, 2000-03 ...................................... 247 Theopilis Bryant, 1973-76 ............................ 150 Danny Lankas, 1965-67 ............................... 144 Dan Ruzich, 1979-82 ................................... 141 Carl Pennington, 1973-76 ............................ 127 Matt Wallerstedt, 1984-87 ........................... 117 Barton Hundley, 1981-85 ............................. 193

19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26.

Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 ............................... 177 Jarrod Cooper, 1997-2000 ............................ 197 Chris Patterson, 1989-92 ............................. 144 James Walker, 1978-80................................ 144 Reggie Singletary, 1981-83........................... 184 Mike Kolich, 1968-70 ................................... 115 Brandon Archer, 2003-06 ............................. 137 DeShawn Fogle, 1993-96 ............................. 129 Oscar Gibson, 1968-70 ................................ 125 Travis Ochs, 1995-98 ................................... 138 Jonathan Truman, 2011-14........................... 169 Tysyn Hartman, 2007-11.............................. 155 Percell Gaskins, 1993-95 ............................. 103 Ty Zimmerman, 2010-2013 .......................... 171 Brad Lambert, 1984-87 ................................ 163 William Price, 1988-91 ................................. 142

136 113 151 141 97 155 131 139 141 123 90 103 155 85 91 111

313 310 295 285 281 270 268 268 266 261 259 258 258 256 254 253

UNASSISTED TACKLES Season

Season Rk Player, Year UT 1. Josh Buhl, 2003............................................ 109 2. Gary Spani, 1977............................................ 68 Danny Lankas, 1967....................................... 73 4. Danny Lankas, 1966....................................... 66 5. Matt Wallerstedt, 1987 ................................... 64 6. Gary Spani, 1975............................................ 52 7. Gary Spani, 1976............................................ 50 8. Dan Ruzich, 1982 ........................................... 56 9. Brooks Barta, 1992 ........................................ 48 William Fisher, 1978....................................... 72 11. Barton Hundley, 1985 ..................................... 75 12. Josh Buhl, 2002.............................................. 77 Kirby Hocutt, 1993.......................................... 57 14. Brent Venables, 1992 ..................................... 68 15. Barton Hundley, 1984 ..................................... 97 16. Dan Ruzich, 1981 ........................................... 52 17. Tim Cole, 1979 ............................................... 61 18. Jonathan Truman, 2014 .................................. 79 19. Jaime Mendez, 1993....................................... 69 20. Carl Pennington, 1975 .................................... 40

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

AT 343 281 149 151 231 219 218 213 221 121

TOT 543 436 400 398 381 363 359 340 338 314

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player, Year UT Josh Buhl, 2003..........................................................................109 Barton Hundley, 1984 ...................................................................97 Jonathan Truman, 2014 ................................................................79 Reggie Singletary, 1981 ................................................................78 Josh Buhl, 2002............................................................................77 Barton Hundley, 1985 ...................................................................75 Rashad Washington, 2003 ............................................................74 Danny Lankas, 1967.....................................................................73 Blake Slaughter, 2013 ..................................................................72 William Fisher, 1978.....................................................................72

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years UT Mark Simoneau, 1996-99 ...........................................................251 Josh Buhl, 2000-03 ....................................................................247 Gary Spani, 1974-77 ..................................................................200 Jarrod Cooper, 1997-2000 ..........................................................197 Barton Hundley, 1981-82, 84-85................................................193 Reggie Singletary, 1981-83.........................................................184 Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 .............................................................177 Ty Zimmerman, 2010-13 ............................................................171 Jonathan Truman, 2011-14.........................................................169 Lamar Chapman, 1996-99 .........................................................168

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Gordon Chambliss..................................... 49 Theopilis Bryant ........................................ 31 Gary Spani ................................................ 52 Gary Spani ................................................ 50 Gary Spani ................................................ 68 William Fisher ........................................... 72 Tim Cole ................................................... 61 Will Cokeley .............................................. 47 Dan Ruzich ............................................... 52 Dan Ruzich ............................................... 56 Reggie Singletary ...................................... 59 Barton Hundley ......................................... 97 Barton Hundley ......................................... 75 Matt Wallerstedt ....................................... 18 Matt Wallerstedt ....................................... 64 Marcus Miller............................................ 55 Brooks Barta ............................................. 36 Brooks Barta ............................................. 36 Brooks Barta ............................................. 35 Brooks Barta ............................................. 48 Kirby Hocutt .............................................. 57 Chuck Marlowe ......................................... 66 Percell Gaskins ......................................... 39 DeShawn Fogle ......................................... 47 Jeff Kelly ................................................... 58 Mark Simoneau......................................... 58 Mark Simoneau......................................... 66 Monty Beisel ............................................. 46 Ben Leber ................................................. 55 Josh Buhl .................................................. 77 Josh Buhl ................................................ 109 Brandon Archer ......................................... 35 Brandon Archer ......................................... 43 Brandon Archer ......................................... 50 Justin McKinney ........................................ 51 Joshua Moore............................................ 53 Emmanuel Lamur...................................... 44 David Garrett ............................................ 68 Arthur Brown ............................................ 57 Arthur Brown ............................................ 65 Blake Slaughter......................................... 72 Jonathan Truman....................................... 79 Elijah Lee .................................................. 66

34 59 101 101 110 70 68 59 79 94 40 36 61 75 101 47 45 69 73 94 78 30 58 65 52 37 25 56 18 58 75 40 29 56 23 23 24 24 44 35 38 49 14

83 90 153 151 178 142 129 106 131 150 99 133 136 93 165 102 81 105 108 142 135 96 97 112 110 95 91 102 73 135 184 75 72 106 74 76 68 92 101 100 110 128 80

DEFENSIVE RECORDS

Other 250 Career Tacklers

INDIVIDUAL TOTAL TACKLES

TACKLES FOR LOSS HALF TFLs NOT COUNTED UNTIL 2000 IN SOME AREAS WHEN NCAA MADE TFLs AN OFFICIAL STATISTICAL CATEGORY

Game (Since 1968)

ASSISTED TACKLES Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Year AT Gary Spani, 1977........................................................................110 Danny Lankas, 1966...................................................................109 Danny Lankas, 1967...................................................................105 Matt Wallerstedt, 1987 ...............................................................101 Gary Spani, 1976........................................................................101 Gary Spani, 1975........................................................................101 7. Brooks Barta, 1992 ......................................................................94 Dan Ruzich, 1982 .........................................................................94 9. Lon Austin, 1967 ..........................................................................80 10. Dan Ruzich, 1981 .........................................................................79

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player, Years AT Gary Spani, 1974-77 ..................................................................343 Brooks Barta, 1989-92 ...............................................................281 Theopilis Bryant, 1973-76 ..........................................................231 Matt Wallerstedt, 1984-87 .........................................................221 Danny Lankas, 1965-67 .............................................................219 Dan Ruzich, 1979-82 .................................................................218 Carl Pennington, 1973-76 ..........................................................213 Percell Gaskins, 1993-95 ...........................................................155 Mike Kolich, 1968-70 .................................................................155 10. Josh Buhl, 2000-03 ....................................................................151 Chris Patterson, 1989-92 ...........................................................151

ANNUAL TACKLING LEADERS Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Player UT Danny Lankas ........................................... 66 Danny Lankas ........................................... 73 Oscar Gibson ............................................ 59 Mike Kolich ............................................... 39 Oscar Gibson ............................................ 45 Keith Best ................................................. 50 Greg Jones ................................................ 50

AT 109 105 45 63 60 60 64

TOT 175 178 104 102 105 110 114

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date TFL Chris Johnson at Kansas, 10/7/2000 .............................6.5 Kevin Humphrey vs. TCU, 9/21/85 .................................5.5 Ian Campbell vs. Illinois State, 9/2/2006 .......................5.0 Many Times ...................................................................4.5 Last: Josh Buhl at Baylor, 10/26/2002 ...........................4.5

Yds 24 26 21 18

Season (Since 1968) Rk 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Player, Year TFL Reggie Singletary, 1981 ...............................................28.0 Chris Johnson, 2000 ....................................................25.0 Jeff Kelly, 1997 ............................................................24.0 James Walker, 1980 ....................................................24.0 Jeff Kelly, 1998 ............................................................23.0 Reggie Singletary, 1982 ...............................................20.0 Monty Beisel, 2000......................................................19.0 Kevin Humphrey, 1985 ................................................19.0 Ryan Mueller, 2013 .....................................................18.5 Darren Howard, 1997 ..................................................18.0 Dirk Ochs, 1995...........................................................18.0

Yds 149 103 100 126 92 71 111 101 82 83 93

Career (Since 1968) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Years TFL Reggie Singletary, 1981-83..........................................60.0 Darren Howard, 1996-99 .............................................54.0 Mark Simoneau, 1996-99 ............................................52.0 Jeff Kelly, 1997-98 ......................................................47.0 Ben Leber, 1998-2001 ................................................46.0 Nyle Wiren, 1993-96 ...................................................46.0 7. Monty Beisel, 1997-2000 ............................................45.0 8. James Walker, 1978-80...............................................41.0 9. Chris Johnson, 1997-2000 ..........................................39.0 Tim Colston, 1992-95 ..................................................39.0

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Yds 298 255 200 192 166 197 224 198 176 146

147


DEFENSIVE/INTERCEPTION RECORDS

1997 1998 1999

SACKS Game (Since 1985) Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Sacks Chris Johnson at Missouri, 11/18/2000 .......................................4.0 Jordan Willis vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/19/2015 ............................3.5 Ryan Mueller at Texas Tech, 11/9/2013.......................................3.0 Ian Campbell vs. Illinois State, 9/2/2006 .....................................3.0 Andrew Shull vs. Baylor, 11/1/2003 ............................................3.0 Andrew Shull at Baylor, 10/26/2002 ............................................3.0 Mario Fatafehi vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .....................................3.0 Darren Howard vs. Washington,12/29/99 ....................................3.0 Joe Bob Clements at Colorado, 10/10/98 .....................................3.0 Darren Howard at Iowa State, 11/22/97 ......................................3.0 Jeff Kelly vs. Bowling Green, 9/27/97...........................................3.0 Nyle Wiren vs. Texas Tech, 8/31/96 .............................................3.0 Nyle Wiren vs. Kansas, 10/28/95 ................................................3.0 Nyle Wiren vs. Iowa State, 11/5/94..............................................3.0

68 74 56 43 63 30 82 48 48 24 67 34 25 67 25 59 74 66 40 48

Season (Since 1985) Rk Player, Year Sacks 1. Ryan Mueller, 2013 .....................................................11.5 Ian Campbell, 2006 .....................................................11.5 Nyle Wiren, 1996 .........................................................11.5 4. Chris Johnson, 2000 ....................................................11.0 Darren Howard, 1997 ..................................................11.0 Dirk Ochs, 1995...........................................................11.0 7. Meshak Williams, 2012 ...............................................10.5 Monty Beisel, 2000......................................................10.5 Darren Howard, 1998 ..................................................10.5 10. Andrew Shull, 2002 .....................................................10.0

Yds 66 67 66 63 68 69 74 98 74 82

Senior Rk Player, Year Sacks 1. Nyle Wiren, 1996 .........................................................11.5 2. Chris Johnson, 2000 ....................................................11.0 3. Dirk Ochs, 1995...........................................................11.0

Yds 66 63 69

Junior 1. Ryan Mueller, 2013 .....................................................11.5 2. Darren Howard, 1998 ..................................................10.5 3. Andrew Shull, 2002 .....................................................10.0

66 74 82

Sophomore 1. Ian Campbell, 2006 .....................................................11.5 2. Darren Howard, 1997 ..................................................11.0 3. Dirk Ochs, 1993.............................................................8.0 Freshman 1. Dwyane Castille, 1984 ...................................................8.0 2. Elijah Lee, 2014* ..........................................................4.5 3. Mark Simoneau, 1996 ...................................................3.5 * Denotes True Freshman

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year PD Chris Canty, 1995.........................................................................25 Dyshod Carter, 2000.....................................................................20 Terence Newman, 2002 ................................................................19 Ron Dickerson, 1970 ....................................................................19 5. John Butler, 2000 .........................................................................18 Chris Canty, 1996.........................................................................18 Clarence scott, 1968 ....................................................................18

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Years PD Chris Canty, 1994-96 ...................................................................56 Dyshod Carter, 1997-2000 ...........................................................51 Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 ...............................................................48 Terence Newman, 1999-2002 ......................................................41 Clarence Scott, 1968-70...............................................................41

FORCED FUMBLES

67 68 46

41 28 19

Rk Player, Year FF 1. Darren Howard, 1999 .....................................................................6 2. Grady Newton, 1984 .......................................................................5 Reggie Singletary, 1983 ..................................................................5 Greg Best, 1982 .............................................................................5 Will Cokeley, 1982 ..........................................................................5 Gary Morrill, 1981...........................................................................5 James Robinson, 1981 ...................................................................5

Career

Player, Years Sacks Darren Howard, 1996-99 .............................................29.5 Nyle Wiren, 1993-96 ...................................................27.5 Dirk Ochs, 1993-95 .....................................................24.0 Monty Beisel, 1997-2000 ............................................22.0 Ian Campbell, 2005-08................................................20.5 Ryan Mueller, 2011-14 ................................................20.5 Andrew Shull, 2000-03................................................20.0 Chris Johnson, 1997-2000 ..........................................18.5 Tim Colston, 1992-95 ..................................................18.0 Meshak Williams, 2011-12..........................................17.5

ANNUAL SACK LEADERS Year 1984 1985 1986

PASSES DEFENDED

Season

Career (Since 1985)

148

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Darren Howard.......................................................11.0 Darren Howard.......................................................10.5 Mark Simoneau........................................................6.5 Monty Beisel ............................................................6.5 Chris Johnson ........................................................11.0 Ben Leber ................................................................5.5 Andrew Shull..........................................................10.0 Andrew Shull............................................................8.0 Scott Edmonds.........................................................8.5 Tearrius George........................................................4.0 Ian Campbell .........................................................11.5 Ian Campbell ...........................................................4.5 Ian Campbell ...........................................................4.5 Jeffrey Fitzgerald ......................................................7.0 Prizell Brown............................................................5.0 Meshak Williams......................................................7.0 Meshak Williams....................................................10.5 Ryan Mueller..........................................................11.5 Ryan Mueller............................................................6.0 Jordan Willis ............................................................9.5

Player Sacks Dwayne Castille .......................................................8.0 Kevin Humphrey.......................................................9.0 Grady Newton ..........................................................6.0 Jeffery Hurd .............................................................6.0 Alan Smith ...............................................................2.0 Matt Wallerstedt ......................................................2.0 Tim MacDonald ........................................................2.0 James Enin-Okut ......................................................4.0 Maurice Henry .........................................................6.0 Brooks Barta ............................................................5.0 Elijah Alexander .......................................................5.0 John Butler...............................................................5.0 John Butler...............................................................9.0 Tim Colston..............................................................8.0 Dirk Ochs ...............................................................11.0 Nyle Wiren .............................................................11.5

Yds 203 148 139 182 126 123 141 126 91 133

Yds 41 72 43 35 20 13 11 27 36 52 29 41 46 45 69 66

Rk Player, Years FF 1. Darren Howard, 1996-99 ................................................................9 Grady Newton, 1983-87 .................................................................9 3. Mark Simoneau, 1996-99 ...............................................................8 Reggie Singletary, 1981-83.............................................................8 5. Six Times ........................................................................................7 Last: Brooks Barta, 1989-92

FUMBLE RECOVERIES Season Rk Player, Year FR 1. Jerome Evans, 1997 .......................................................................5 Gary Spani, 1977............................................................................5 Willie Cullars, 1973 ........................................................................5 4. Five Times ......................................................................................4 Last: Ian Campbell, 2007

Career Rk Player, Years FR 1. Gary Spani, 1974-77 ....................................................................10 2. Ian Campbell, 2005-08...................................................................8 Erick Harper, 1986-89 ....................................................................8 4. Mark Simoneau, 1996-99 ...............................................................7 Jerome Evans, 1996-97..................................................................7 Gary Morrill, 1979-82 .....................................................................7

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BLOCKED KICKS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Blks 1. Raphael Guidry at Texas Tech, 10/15/2011 ....................................2 Rashad Washington vs. Colorado, 10/18/2003 ...............................2 Josh Buhl vs. Syracuse, 12/29/2001 ..............................................2 Michael Kuhn vs. Utah State, 9/12/70 ............................................2

Season Rk Player, Year Blks 1. Raphael Guidry, 2011 .....................................................................5 2. Travis Britz, 2013 ...........................................................................4 Rashad Washington, 2003 ..............................................................4 Michael Kuhn, 1970 .......................................................................4 5. Ian Campbell, 2008 ........................................................................3 Chuck Marlowe, 1994 .....................................................................3

Career Rk Player, Years Blks 1. Travis Britz, 2013-15 ...................................................................5 Raphael Guidry, 2011 .....................................................................5 3. Rashad Washington, 2000-03 ........................................................4 Brice Libel, 1997-2000...................................................................4 Chuck Marlowe, 1993-95 ...............................................................4 Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 .................................................................4 Michael Kuhn, 1969-70 ..................................................................4

TEAM INTERCEPTIONS Game Rk Opponent, Date INT 1. at Missouri, 11/17/51.....................................................................7 vs. Missouri, 10/8/38 .....................................................................7 3. at. Iowa, 9/26/87 ...........................................................................6 vs. Western Illinois, 8/30/86 ...........................................................6 5. vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 .....................................................................5

Season Rk Year INT 1. 1999 ............................................................................................21 1992 ............................................................................................21 3. 2003 ............................................................................................20 2002 ............................................................................................20 2000 ............................................................................................20 1986 ............................................................................................20 1955 ............................................................................................20 8. 1990 ............................................................................................19 1982 ............................................................................................19 10. 2012 ............................................................................................18 2011 ............................................................................................18 2001 ............................................................................................18

Fewest Interceptions Game .......................0, Many Times (Last: vs. West Virginia, 12/5/2015) Season.................................................................... 5 (2015 - 13 games) ................................................................................. 5 (1997 - 11 games)

INTERCEPTION-RETURN YARDS Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Opponent, Date Yds vs. Missouri, 10/12/96 ...............................................................130 vs. Texas, 11/6/2010 ..................................................................101 vs. Iowa, 9/26/87 .........................................................................91 vs. New Mexico, 9/29/90 ..............................................................85 vs. Western Illinois, 8/30/86 .........................................................85

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Yds 2013 ..........................................................................................401 2002 ..........................................................................................339 1984 ..........................................................................................305 1992 ..........................................................................................301 1999 ..........................................................................................282 2011 ..........................................................................................273 2012 ..........................................................................................270 1970 ..........................................................................................245 1949 ..........................................................................................235 1990 ..........................................................................................231


Season.................................................................... 2 (2015 - 13 games)

Highest Average Per Return Season............................27.7 [11 INTs for 305 yards] (1984 - 11 games)

INTERCEPTION-RETURN TDs

Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Opponent, Date INT Mario Smith at Missouri, 10/12/96 ...................................1 John Welch at South Carolina, 10/6/1984 .........................1 Dana Atkins vs. Kansas, 11/11/44 ...................................1

Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. vs. Iowa State, 11/9/2002 ..............................................................2 2. Many Times ....................................................................................1 Last: at Oklahoma, 10/18/2014

Season Rk Year TDs 1. 2002 ..............................................................................................5 1999 ..............................................................................................5 3. 2004 ..............................................................................................4 1984 ..............................................................................................4 5. 2013 ..............................................................................................3 2011 ..............................................................................................3 7. 2012 ..............................................................................................2 2003 ..............................................................................................2 1998 ..............................................................................................2 1995 ..............................................................................................2 1992 ..............................................................................................2 1974 ..............................................................................................2 1950 ..............................................................................................2

Fewest Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns Game .................................................................................0, Many Times Season.................................... 0, Many Times (Last: 2015 - [13 games])

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Year INT Bobby Walker, 2002 .........................................................6 Jaime Mendez, 1990.........................................................6 C.J. Masters, 1992 ...........................................................7 Brad Lambert, 1984 .........................................................4 Jaime Mendez, 1992.........................................................6 Chris Canty, 1995.............................................................8 Lamar Chapman, 1999 .....................................................5 8. Dante Barnett, 2013 .........................................................4 9. Marvin Switzer, 1976........................................................3 10. Nigel Malone, 2012 ..........................................................5

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Years INT Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 .................................................15 Ty Zimmerman, 2010-13 ................................................13 Nigel Malone, 2011-12 ...................................................12 Bobby Walker, 2001-02 ....................................................7 C.J. Masters, 1989-92 ....................................................10 Chris Canty, 1994-96 .....................................................14 Lamar Chapman, 1996-99 ...............................................7 8. Ron Dickerson, 1968-70 ...................................................8 9. Clarence Scott, 1968-70.................................................12 10. Mario Smith, 1994-96 ......................................................5

Yds 298 221 194 186 175 164 164 162 144 143

Game Rk Player, Opponent, Date TDs 1. Bobby Walker vs. Iowa State, 11/6/2002 ........................................2 2. Many Times ....................................................................................1 Last: Danzel McDaniel at Oklahoma, 10/18/2014

INTERCEPTIONS Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date INT 1. Jaime Mendez vs. Temple, 9/26/92 ................................................4 2. Allen Chapman vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/2012 .............................3 Chris Canty vs. Akron, 9/23/95.......................................................3 C.J. Masters vs. Iowa State, 11/5/92 ..............................................3 Robert Easterwood vs. Western Illinois, 8/30/86 .............................3 Lyle Koontz vs. Oklahoma State, 11/12/49 .....................................3 7. Many Times ....................................................................................2 Last: Elijah Lee vs. TCU, 10/10/2015

Season

Season Rk Player, Year TDs 1. Bobby Walker, 2002 .......................................................................3 Brad Lambert, 1984 .......................................................................3 3. Ty Zimmerman, 2013......................................................................2 Brandon Archer, 2004 ....................................................................2 Chris Canty, 1995...........................................................................2 C.J. Masters, 1992 .........................................................................2 7. Many Times ....................................................................................1 Last: Danzel McDaniel, 2014

YDS 117 92 152 177 47 121 154 53 40 18 76

YDS 298 164 221 60 194 144 61 119 33 68 175 80

Rk Player, Years TDs 1. Brandon Archer, 2003-06 ...............................................................3 Bobby Walker, 2001-02 ..................................................................3 Brad Lambert, 1984-87 ..................................................................3 4. Ty Zimmerman, 2010-13 ................................................................2 Allen Chapman, 2011-12 ...............................................................2 Ted Sims, 2002-05.........................................................................2 Rashad Washington, 2000-03 ........................................................2 Milton Proctor, 1998-2001 .............................................................2 Chris Canty, 1994-96 .....................................................................2 Mario Smith, 1994-96 ....................................................................2 C.J. Masters, 1989-92 ....................................................................2 Erick Harper, 1986-89 ....................................................................2

ANNUAL INTERCEPTION LEADERS Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Career Player, Years INT Jaime Mendez, 1990-93 .................................................15 Chris Canty, 1994-96 .....................................................14 Ty Zimmerman, 2010-13 ................................................13 Dyshod Carter, 1997-2000 .............................................13 5. Nigel Malone, 2011-12 ...................................................12 Clarence Scott, 1968-70.................................................12 7. Marcus Miller, 1986-89 ..................................................11 8. Tysyn Hartman, 2009-11................................................10 Terence Newman, 1999-2002 ........................................10 Jermetrius Butler, 1998-2000.........................................10 C.J. Masters, 1989-92 ....................................................10 Gary Morrill, 1979-82 .....................................................10

Yds 177 154 152 135 121 117 117 109 107 102

INTERCEPTION-RETURN TDs

INDIVIDUAL

Rk 1. 2. 3.

Yds 100 90 85

Season

Game

Rk Player, Year INT 1. Chris Canty, 1995.............................................................8 2. Nigel Malone, 2011 ..........................................................7 C.J. Masters, 1992 ...........................................................7 4. Bobby Walker, 2002 .........................................................6 Jerametrius Butler, 2000 ..................................................6 Jaime Mendez, 1992.........................................................6 Jaime Mendez, 1990.........................................................6 Barton Hundley, 1985 .......................................................6 James McGill, 2003 ..........................................................6 Hi Faubion, 1951 ..............................................................6 Lyle Koontz, 1949 .............................................................6

Career

INTERCEPTION-RETURN YARDS

JAIME MENDEZ Holds the school records for single-game and career INTs

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Player, Year INT Lyle Koontz ................................................. 6 Gene Gill ..................................................... 3 Hi Faubion .................................................. 6 Dick Towers ............................................... 3 Three players with....................................... 2 Not available................................................Not available................................................Kenny Nesmith............................................ 3 Ralph Pfeifer ............................................... 4 Nine players with ........................................ 1 Not available................................................Six players with........................................... 1 Two players with ......................................... 2 Eight players with ....................................... 1 Not available................................................Not available................................................Mitch Borata ............................................... 4 Henry Howard ............................................. 4 Three players with....................................... 2 Clarence Scott ............................................ 5 Three players with....................................... 2 Clarence Scott ............................................ 4 John Robertson ........................................... 5 Two players with ......................................... 3 Gordon Chambliss....................................... 4 Rocky Osborn .............................................. 4 John Andrews ............................................. 2 Marvin Switzer ............................................ 3 Three players with....................................... 2 Sam Owen .................................................. 5 Sam Owen .................................................. 3 Jim Morris ................................................... 3 Gary Morrill ................................................. 4 Greg Best .................................................... 5 Three players with....................................... 2 Brad Lambert.............................................. 4 Barton Hundley ........................................... 6 Robert Easterwood ...................................... 4 Three players with....................................... 3 Tyreese Herds ............................................. 4 Marcus Miller.............................................. 4 Jaime Mendez ............................................. 6 William Price............................................... 4 C.J. Masters ............................................... 7 Thomas Randolph ....................................... 4 Mario Smith ................................................ 3 Clyde Johnson ............................................. 3 Chris Canty ................................................. 8 Chris Canty ................................................. 5 Five players with ........................................ 1 Jeff Kelly ..................................................... 3 Lamar Chapman ......................................... 5 Dyshod Carter ............................................. 5 Jerametrius Butler....................................... 6 DeMarcus Faggins ...................................... 5 Bobby Walker .............................................. 6 James McGill .............................................. 6 Three Players with ...................................... 2 Justin McKinney .......................................... 3 Marcus Watts ............................................. 2 Chris Carney ............................................... 4 Joshua Moore.............................................. 3 Tysyn Hartman............................................ 5 Ty Zimmerman ............................................ 3 Nigel Malone ............................................... 7 Three players with....................................... 5 Dante Barnett ............................................. 4 Randall Evans ............................................. 4 Elijah Lee .................................................... 3

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Yds 76 53 18 25 53 90 36 18 37 64 52 85 62 28 107 91 7 24 30 27 135 53 99 37 16 154 63 152 13 43 39 117 47 18 117 19 47 89 177 40 4 68 14 5 54 41 92 109 21 2

Avg. 12.7 17.7 3.0 8.3 17.6 22.4 9.0 4.5 7.4 16.0 10.4 21.3 15.5 14.0 35.7 18.2 2.3 8.0 7.5 5.4 33.8 8.8 24.8 9.3 4.0 25.7 15.8 21.7 3.3 14.3 13.0 14.6 9.4 6.0 23.4 3.8 7.8 17.8 29.5 6.7 1.3 22.7 3.5 1.6 10.8 13.7 13.1 27.2 5.3 1.5

INTERCEPTION RECORDS

Fewest Interception Yards

149


PUNT RETURN RECORDS

Game

ATTEMPTS Game Rk Opponent, Date Att 1. vs. UTEP, 9/18/66 ............................................................8 vs. Colorado, 10/14/39 .....................................................8 3. Many Times (Last: vs. North Texas, 8/30/2008) ...............7

Yds N/A N/A 73

5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Year Att 2002 ..............................................................................50 2003 ..............................................................................48 1999 ..............................................................................43 1997 ..............................................................................43 2000 ..............................................................................41 1995 ..............................................................................40 1969 ..............................................................................40 1998 ..............................................................................39 2008 ..............................................................................37 1994 ..............................................................................36

Yds 687 530 480 560 708 495 303 832 428 336

Game .........................0, Many Times (Last: vs. Iowa State, 11/21/2015) Season................................................................... 10 (1987 - 11 games)

Opponent, Date Att vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007 ..........................................7 vs. Texas, 9/19/98 ...........................................................5 vs. Baylor, 10/27/2007.....................................................5 vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ..................................................7 vs. UTEP, 9/27/2014 .........................................................5

Yds 181 174 170 165 150

Year Att 1998 ..............................................................................39 2007 ..............................................................................34 2000 ..............................................................................41 2002 ..............................................................................50 1997 ..............................................................................43 2003 ..............................................................................48 1995 ..............................................................................40 1999 ..............................................................................43 2014 ..............................................................................24 2008 ..............................................................................37

Yds 832 766 708 687 560 530 495 480 432 428

Fewest Return Yards Game ....................................................-7, vs. West Virginia, 12/5/2015 Season................................................................... 54 (1972 - 11 games)

AVERAGE Game (Min. 3 Attempts) Opponent, Date Att vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012 ............................ 3 vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 ............................ 3 vs. Texas, 9/19/98 ............................................ 5 vs. Baylor, 10/27/2007..................................... 5 vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 ................................. 4

Yds 133 111 174 170 136

Avg. 44.33 37.00 34.80 34.00 34.00

Yds 305 766 832 360 432 708 417 687 362 241

Avg. 23.46 22.53 21.33 18.95 18.00 17.27 16.68 13.74 13.41 13.39

Season (Min. 10 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Att 1953 .............................................................. 13 2007 .............................................................. 34 1998 .............................................................. 39 2012 .............................................................. 19 2014 .............................................................. 24 2000 .............................................................. 41 1949 .............................................................. 25 2002 .............................................................. 50 1993 .............................................................. 27 1950 .............................................................. 18

Lowest Average Per Return Season.................................................................. 3.0 (1983 - 11 games)

150

Lowest Return Average Per Game Season.................................................................. 4.9 (1972 - 11 games)

INDIVIDUAL ATTEMPTS

Season

Game Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att 1. David Allen vs. UTEP, 9/18/99 ..........................................7 Henry Hawthorne vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/69 .......................7 3. Many Times ......................................................................6 Last: Deon Murphy vs. North Texas, 8/30/2008 ................6

Yds 38 N/A 68

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year Att Mitch Running, 1995 ......................................................34 David Allen, 1998 ...........................................................33 Aaron Lockett, 2001 .......................................................32 Gerald Benton, 1992.......................................................32 5. David Allen, 1997 ...........................................................30 6. Deon Murphy, 2008 ........................................................28 David Allen, 1999 ...........................................................28 Mitch Running, 1994 ......................................................28 9. Andre Coleman, 1993 .....................................................27 Michael Smith, 1991 ......................................................27

Yds 370 730 344 272 403 283 390 255 362 250

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att David Allen, 1997-2000................................................103 Mitch Running, 1992-95.................................................62 Michael Smith, 1988-91 .................................................59 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ..............................................54 Deon Murphy, 2007-08...................................................54 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 .......................................51 Yamon Figurs, 2004-06 ..................................................48 James Witherspoon, 1981-85 .........................................43 Veryl Switzer, 1951-53 ...................................................42 Jermaine Moreira, 2003-06 ............................................41

Yds 1,646 625 529 845 737 718 553 212 596 335

YARDAGE Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player vs./at Opponent, Date Att David Allen vs. Texas, 9/18/98 .........................................4 Tyler Lockett vs. UTEP, 9/27/2014 .....................................5 David Allen vs. Texas A&M, 10/18/97 ...............................6 Aaron Lockett vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 ...........................2 Andre Coleman vs. Missouri, 11/13/93.............................5

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Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att David Allen, 1998 ...........................................................33 Aaron Lockett, 2000 .......................................................22 Deon Murphy, 2007 ........................................................26 David Allen, 1997 ...........................................................30 Tyler Lockett, 2014 .........................................................21 David Allen, 1999 ...........................................................28 Terence Newman, 2002 ..................................................26 Mitch Running, 1995 ......................................................34 Andre Coleman, 1993 .....................................................27 Aaron Lockett, 2001 .......................................................32

Yds 730 501 454 403 402 390 388 370 362 344

Career Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att David Allen, 1997-2000................................................103 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ..............................................54 Deon Murphy, 2007-08...................................................54 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 .......................................51 Mitch Running, 1992-95.................................................62 Veryl Switzer, 1951-53 ...................................................42 Yamon Figurs, 2004-06 ..................................................48 Michael Smith, 1988-91 .................................................59 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 ....................................................32 Terence Newman, 1999-2002 ........................................27

Yds 1,646 845 737 718 625 596 553 529 488 417

LONGEST RETURNS [SINCE 1969 UNLESS NOTED]

Season................................................................ 69.3 (1998 - 12 games)

Game

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Game ............................... 0, Many Times (Last: vs. Arkansas, 1/2/2016) Season........................................0, Many Times (Last: 2013 - 13 games)

Highest Return Average Per Game

YARDS

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rk Year TDs 1. 2008 ..............................................................................................5 2007 ..............................................................................................5 2002 ..............................................................................................5 1998 ..............................................................................................5 5. 2003 ..............................................................................................4 2000 ..............................................................................................4 7. 2006 ..............................................................................................3 2005 ..............................................................................................3 1999 ..............................................................................................3 1968 ..............................................................................................3

Fewest Returns for Touchdowns

Fewest Returns

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 ..........................................................2 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 ....................................................2 vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 ................................................................2 4. Many Times ....................................................................................1 Last: at Kansas, 11/28/2015

Season

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Season

TOUCHDOWNS

TEAM

Yds 172 143 125 123 122

Rk Player vs./at Opponent, Date Yards 1. David Allen at Iowa State, 9/25/99 ............................................ 94* Lamar Chapman vs. Ohio, 9/13/97 ............................................ 94* 3. David Allen vs. Texas, 9/19/98 .................................................. 93* Joe Searles at Kentucky, 10/14/61 ............................................ 93* Veryl Switzer vs. Drake, 9/19/53................................................ 93* 6. Jordy Nelson vs. Baylor, 10/28/2007 ......................................... 92* 7. Tramaine Thompson vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012..................... 89* Jordy Nelson at Texas, 9/29/2007.............................................. 89* 9. Deon Murphy at Louisville, 9/17/2008 ....................................... 86* 10. Aaron Lockett vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 .................................... 83* * Denotes touchdown scored on play

AVERAGE Season (min. 1.2 attempts/game) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Year Att Aaron Lockett, 2000 ....................................... 22 David Allen, 1998 ........................................... 33 Tramaine Thompson, 2012 ............................. 16 Tyler Lockett, 2014 ......................................... 21 Deon Murphy, 2007 ........................................ 26 Terence Newman, 2002 .................................. 26 Yamon Figurs, 2006........................................ 22 David Allen, 1999 ........................................... 28 David Allen, 1997 ........................................... 30 Andre Coleman, 1993 ..................................... 27

Yds 501 730 316 402 454 388 323 390 403 362

Avg. 22.8 22.1 19.8 19.1 17.5 14.9 14.7 13.9 13.4 13.4

Yds 1,646 845 417 488 596 718 737 362 553 277

Avg. 16.0 15.6 15.4 15.2 14.2 14.1 13.6 13.4 11.5 11.1

Career (min. 25 attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Years Att David Allen, 1997-2000................................ 103 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 .............................. 54 Terence Newman, 1999-2002 ........................ 27 Tyler Lockett, 2011-14 .................................... 32 Veryl Switzer, 1951-53 ................................... 42 Tramaine Thompson, 2010-13 ....................... 51 Deon Murphy, 2007-08................................... 54 Andre Coleman, 1990-93 ............................... 27 Yamon Figurs, 2004-06 .................................. 48 Lamar Chapman, 1996-99 ............................. 25

TOUCHDOWNS [61]

Yds Player vs./at, Opponent 60...........................................................Ray Rokey at Arizona, 11/29/41 64.....................................................Veryl Switzer at Colorado, 11/15/52 93..........................................................Veryl Switzer vs. Drake, 9/19/53 80................................................... Veryl Switzer vs. Colorado, 10/17/53 93.......................................................Joe Searles at Kentucky, 10/14/61 72..................................................... Bill Matan vs. Oklahoma, 10/26/63 26.................................. Lawrence Condit vs. Oklahoma State, 11/21/64 29.............................................John Stucky (blk) vs. Missouri, 10/26/68 28.............................................Gary Godfrey (blk) at Oklahoma, 11/2/68 72........................................ Mack Herron vs. Oklahoma State, 11/23/68 42........................................... Henry Hawthorne at Iowa State, 10/17/70 35.................................................Leslie Chaves (blk) vs. Tulsa, 9/14/74 1..........................................Brad Horchem (blk) vs. Kansas, 10/23/76 50................................................. Greg Brown vs. Florida State, 9/17/77


Game .................................. 0, Many Times (Last: vs. Texas, 10/25/2014) Season................................................................. 296 (1982 - 11 games)

AVERAGE Game (Min. 3 Attempts) Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Att vs. West Virginia, 12/5/2015 .......................... 4 vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/2012 ........................ 4 at Texas Tech, 10/15/2011 ............................... 3 vs. Oklahoma State, 10/7/2006 ........................ 3 vs. Kansas, 11/8/97 ......................................... 3

Yds 209 199 148 141 137

Avg. 52.25 49.75 49.33 47.00 45.67

Yds 1,082 977 1,316 470 1,268 1,260 1,421 690 487 728

Avg. 29.24 27.14 26.32 26.11 25.36 25.20 24.93 24.64 24.35 24.27

Season (Min. 10 Attempts)

TYLER LOCKETT Holds ďŹ ve school punt- or kickoff-return records and 21 top-10 rankings

73.................................................. Charlie Green vs. Colorado, 11/11/78 19...........................................Grady Newton (blk) at Oklahoma, 10/4/86 36............................... Thomas Randolph vs. New Mexico State, 9/15/90 74......................................Andre Coleman vs. New Mexico State, 9/4/93 68............................................... Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, 12/29/93 58.......................................................Chris Canty at Missouri, 10/12/96 94......................................................Lamar Chapman vs. Ohio, 9/13/97 70..........................................................David Allen vs. Kansas, 11/8/97 8..............................DeAndrea Robinson (blk) vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 63...................................................David Allen vs. Indiana State, 9/5/98 69.............................................David Allen vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/98 93............................................................ David Allen vs. Texas, 9/19/98 77.............................................................David Allen at Baylor, 11/7/98 94...................................................... David Allen at Iowa State, 9/25/99 74..............................................................David Allen at Texas, 10/2/99 0........................................... Adrian Beard (blk) vs. Missouri, 11/20/99 69........................................ Aaron Lockett vs. Louisiana Tech, 9/2/2000 83.............................................. Aaron Lockett vs. Ball State, 9/16/2000 58..............................................Aaron Lockett vs. Oklahoma, 12/2/2000 40..............................Terence Newman vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 16.............................Danny Morris (blk) vs. Lousiana-Monroe, 9/7/2002 3...............................Danny Morris (blk) vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/14/2002 17..................................... Jerad Johnson (blk) vs. Nebraska,11/16/2002 71.......................................... Terence Newman at Missouri, 11/23/2002 1...................................... Danny Morris (blk) vs. Troy State, 8/30/2003 0....................................David Rose (blk) vs. McNeese State, 9/6/2003 0......................................... Joe Lawson (blk) vs. Colorado, 10/18/2003 63.............................................. Darren Sproles vs. Kansas, 10/25/2003 62......................................Jermaine Moreira vs. North Texas, 9/24/2005 32.......................................Marcus Perry (blk) vs. Missouri, 11/19/2005 81.............................................Yamon Figurs vs. Illinois State, 9/2/2006 21......................... Daniel Gonzalez (blk) vs. Oklahoma State, 10/7/2006 76................................................Yamon Figurs vs. Rutgers, 12/28/2006 80........................................Deon Murphy vs. Missouri State, 9/15/2007 89........................................................Jordy Nelson at Texas, 9/29/2007 6.................................Courtney Herndon (blk) at Colorado, 10/13/2007 92................................................... Jordy Nelson vs. Baylor, 10/28/2007 5.........................................Ernie Pierce (blk) vs. Missouri, 11/17/2007 0................................... Ernie Pierce (blk) vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 10.................................. Chris Carney (blk) vs. Montana State, 9/6/2008 86................................................. Deon Murphy at Louisville, 9/17/2008 18.......................................Ernie Pierce (blk) vs. Texas Tech, 10/4/2008 10............................. Courtney Herndon (blk) at Texas A&M, 10/11/2008 89...............................Tramaine Thompson vs. Missouri State, 9/1/2012 58........................................................ Tyler Lockett vs. UTEP, 9/27/2014 43........................................... Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 11/20/2014 0..................................... Morgan Burns (blk) at Kansas, 11/28/2015

Season Rk 1. 2. 3.

Player, Year TDs David Allen, 1998 ...........................................................................4 Aaron Lockett, 2000 .......................................................................3 Seven Times (Tyler Lockett, 2014) ..................................................2

Career Rk Player, Years TDs 1. David Allen, 1997-2000..................................................................7 2. Danny Morris, 2000-03 ..................................................................3 Terence Newman, 1999-2002 ........................................................3 Aaron Lockett, 1998-2001 ..............................................................3 Veryl Switzer, 1951-53 ...................................................................3

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Att 2012 .............................................................. 37 2006 .............................................................. 36 2009 .............................................................. 50 1997 .............................................................. 18 2015 ............................................................. 50 2011 .............................................................. 50 2010 .............................................................. 57 2001 .............................................................. 28 1996 .............................................................. 20 1999 .............................................................. 30

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A TOUCHDOWN 3...David Allen (Indiana St., 9/5/98; No. Illinois, 9/12/98; Texas, 9/19/98) 2............Aaron Lockett (Louisiana Tech, 9/2/2000; Ball State, 9/16/2000) 2.................................. David Allen (Iowa State, 9/25/99; Texas, 10/2/99)

KICKOFF RET. - TEAM

PUNT/KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS

Fewest Return Yards

Lowest Average Per Return Season................................................................ 13.4 (1976 - 11 games)

TOUCHDOWNS Game Rk Opponent, Date TDs 1. vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/2009......................................................2 2. Many Times (LAST: vs. West Virginia, 12/5/2015 ..........................1

ATTEMPTS Game Rk Opponent, Date Att 1. at Texas Tech, 10/10/2009 .............................................11 at Oklahoma, 10/6/56 ....................................................11 3. at Nebraska, 11/18/72 ...................................................10 4. Many Times ......................................................................9 Last: vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/2008 ......................................9

Yds 184 149 153 232

Season Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Att 2008 ..............................................................................60 2010 ..............................................................................57 1988 ..............................................................................54 2007 ..............................................................................53 1987 ..............................................................................52 1972 .............