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Andrew Smith
Andrew  Smith
Class:
Sophomore

High School:
Bay City HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
Quarterback


01/10/2017

Hall Of Fame Induction Set For April 8

Football, Softball, Men's Basketball Represented In 2016 Class

Career
Was inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016...Started 16 games at quarterback for North Texas during the 2002 and 2003 seasons... He died in an automobile accident while returning to campus to begin his junior season in 2004...Started the final 12 games in 2002, leading North Texas to eight wins, including a 24-19 win over Cincinnati in the New Orleans Bowl, the Mean Green's first bowl win since 1946...Was awarded the Ja'Quay Wilburn Award as the team's outstanding offensive back for 2002...Started four games in 2003, but played in seven...In his two seasons with North Texas, he played in 20 games, completed 104-of-231 passes for 1,393 yards and eight touchdowns...Since his death, his No. 12 jersey has never been issued to another North Texas player.


2003
Started four games in 2003, but played in seven.

2002

Started the final 12 games in 2002, leading North Texas to eight wins, including a 24-19 win over Cincinnati in the New Orleans Bowl, the Mean Green's first bowl win since 1946...Was awarded the Ja'Quay Wilburn Award as the team's outstanding offensive back for 2002..Recorded an 8-4 record as a starter...Threw for 1,206 yards and seven touchdowns...Ranked second in the Sun Belt with a pass efficiency rating of 140.1 in conference games...Improved his passing totals in each of the last four regular-season games...Had two touchdowns in the win against New Mexico State that decided the conference championship.

2001
Was a redshirt

High School
Led his high school team to the Class 4A Division I state championship his senior year....Threw for 134 yards and three touchdowns in the title game...Passed for 2,281 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior and was an honorable all-state pick...Received first-team all-district 24-4A and all-area recognition as a senior.

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