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Charles Clay heading into Sr season: 2010: Clay totaled 526 receiving yards and a team-high seven touchdowns on 43 receptions, while rushing for 226 yards for a 6.6 average in 2010. Clay earned honorable mention all-Conference USA accolades in his senior season. He opened the season with eight receptions for 86 yards and one TD at East Carolina, while closing out the campaign with 62 rushing yards on four carries and two receptions for 38 yards in a 62-35 victory over 24th-ranked Hawai'i in the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl...2009: Played in all 12 games and started 11 contests . . . had 530 receiving yards, 236 rushing yards and totaled 12 touchdowns . . .2008: Played in all 14 games and started nine of those contests . . . caught 38 passes for 464 yards and nine touchdowns . . . rushed for 145 yards, a 5.8 average and two TDs . . .2007: Played in all 14 games and had 10 starts . . . was one of three Tulsa players to surpass 1,000 receiving yards with 1,024 yards and seven TD receptions on 69 catches . . . ranks second on the school's all-time freshman receiving list . . . also totaled 304 rushing yards and one touchdown . . . named to the C-USA all-Freshman Team and earned honorable mention all-C-USA accolades . . . ranked eighth in Conference USA for both receptions per game (4.93) and receiving yards per game (73.1).
G.J. Kinne heading into rSr season: 2010: Selected as the Conference USA's Offensive Player of the Year after starting all 14 games on the year … led the league in total offense with 4,111 yards for a 323.9-yard average ... threw for 3,650 yards and 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions on 275-of-460 passing (59.8 percent) ... led the Hurricane in rushing with 561 yards and seven TDs on 158 carries. 2009: Started all 12 games . . . Completed 61-percent of his passes for 2,732 yards, 22 TDs and a 227.7 average per game . . . Also rushed for a team-high 393 yards for 3,125 total yards . . . Named to the Manning Award Watch List . . . Ranked third in C-USA for passing average (227.7), fourth for total offense (260.4) and pass efficiency (142.6) . . . Became the first quarterback in school history to pass for 300 yards and rush for 100 yards in the same game when he threw for 334 yards and rushed for 100 yards against #13 Houston. 2008: Sat out the season due to transfer rules after transferring from Texas. 2007: Redshirted at Texas. Personal: Dad, Gary, was a LB and captain at Baylor from 1986-89 and is currently the Bears’ linebackers coach … uncle, Buddy Owens, played football at Michigan State from 1963-65.
David Johnson heading into rSr season: 2007: Played in eight games...completed 4-of-8 passes for 56 yards, and gained 10 yards on the ground...2006: Played in five games...completed 9-of-14 passes for 180 yards and one TD...2005: Played in five games...completed 68-percent of his passes for 236 yards and one touchdown in a reserve role...2004: Redshirted...1st year as starter...has career totals of 472 yards and two touchdowns on 41-of-63 passing for a completion percentage of .651.
Brennan Marion heading into Sr season: 2007: 14 GP; 6 GS; Rush: 2-(-8)-(-4)-0; Rec: 39-1244-31.9-11; KR: 7-91-13-0; Second team All-Conf USA...JC: Transfers to Tulsa from DeAnza Junior College where he played one season . . . Led California junior colleges in receiving with 1,196 yards and 16 touchdowns on 60 receptions . . . Earned honorable mention All-America honors . . . Was an all-state and all-conference selection in 2006 . . . Was named as the Team MVP . . .before moving to DeAnza JC, he played his first season of junior college football at Foothill Junior College as a tight end and H-back.
*Damaris Johnson heading into Sr season: 2010: Named to the Associated Press second team as an all-purpose performer after last season ... led the nation in all-purpose yards with 202 yards/game ... NCAA's career record-holder for all-purpose yards with 7, 796 yards, kickoff return yards with 3,417 yards ... led the Hurricane in receiving with 872 yards on 57 receptions (four TD), kick return yardage with 34 returns for 904 yards (one TD), punt returns with 292 yards on 23 returns (one TD) ... second in rushing with 560 yards and a 10.2 average (seven TD). 2009: Played in all 12 games and had 11 starts . . . Had a team-leading 1,131 receiving yards (78 receptions, 14.5 per, three touchdowns), 1,131 kick-off yards (46 attempts) and 256 punt return yards (18 attempts, TD), while adding 175 rushing yards (26 carries, 6.7 per) for a team-high 2,693 all-purpose yards . . . Led the nation in all-purpose yards with a 224.4-yard average . . . Was named second-team all-C-USA as a receiver and kick return specialist his sophomore season . . . Was named to the SI.com honorable mention All-America team . . .totaled a career-best 324 all-purpose yards vs. Houston, including 175 kick returns, 144 receiving and five rushing. 2008: Played in all 14 games and started eight contests as a true freshman . . . Earned Freshman All-America accolades by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and other outlets . . . Had a team and Conference USA-leading 2,475 all-purpose yards for a 176.8 average per game . . . Caught a team-high 53 passes for 743 yards and a team-best 10 touchdowns . . . Totaled 327 rushing yards for an 8.0 average per carry and one touchdown . . . Established a new single-season school kick-off return record with 1,382 yards for a 25.6 average and one TD . . . Ranked fifth nationally for all-purpose yards . . . Was a C-USA all-freshman team selection and a second-team all-C-USA kick return specialist . . . Had six receptions for a team-leading 135 yards and one TD against Ball State in the GMAC Bowl, while also gaining 76 yards rushing on three carries and returning three kicks for 63 yards . . . Was named the C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week against UTEP (211 kickoff yards, TD) , UCF (134 kickoff return yards).
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