1999: Led Baylor and finished 10th in the Big 12 in rushing, gaining 682 yards (62.0 ypg) ... Also led team in all-purpose yards with 798 ... Gained a career-high 164 yards on 27 carries in Baylor?s 23-10 win over North Texas ... Recorded game-high 128 yards on 24 carries with one TD vs. UNLV ... Had 91 yards on 19 carries against Texas Tech ... Opened 1999 season with 58 yards on 17 carries vs. Boston College ... Scored second touchdown of the year, and first since week two, at Kansas State ... Gained 70 yards on 16 attempts against the Wildcats ... Finished fourth on the squad with 14 catches for 116 yards.
1998: Led Baylor in rushing with 357 net yards, scoring three touchdowns ... Also caught five passes for 62 yards ... Exploded for 70 yards up the middle in the final minutes to lead Baylor to a 31-24 win over Kansas, his career long and the 14th longest run in Baylor history ... Had his first 100-yard rushing day of 1998 with 133 yards against Kansas ... Scored on a three-yard run at Texas Tech to give Baylor a chance to tie ... Had a long rush of 26 yards at Colorado ... Scored his first touchdown of the season with a two-yard run at Colorado.
1997: Became the only freshman in Baylor history to rush for 100 yards three times during the season ... Averaged 6.7 yards a carry and 77 yards a game ... Led Baylor with 693 yards rushing and four touchdowns ... Started three games late in the season ... Had a career day against Missouri, with 162 yards rushing on 20 carries, an average of 8.2 yards ... Also caught two passes for 29 yards, scored a touchdown and had a long rush of 36 yards in that game ... Long rush of 65 yards came versus Texas.
1996: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Jersey Village High School, Jersey Village, Texas ... Finished prep career as the No. 2 rusher in Texas 5A history behind former Bear Jerod Douglas ... Rushed for 2,154 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior and 1,845 yards and 15 touchdowns in 10 games as a junior ... Had 5,686 career yards and 47 touchdowns ... A Parade All-American and a Max Emfinger National Bluechip All-American ... Emfinger listed him as one of the top six speed backs in the nation ... SuperPrep listed him as the No. 7 player in Texas ... On the Dallas Morning News national and state top 100 lists ... Has also on the Waco Tribune-Herald state top 30, the San Antonio Express-News Super 60, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Fabulous 44 and the state top 100s of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Houston Chronicle ... A finalist for Houston offensive player of the year ... National Recruiting Advisor named him to its all-Southwest team.
Personal:: Darrell W. Bush ... Born Oct. 29, 1976 ... Son of Pamela Ross ... Majoring in telecommunications.