2004: Baylor's top returning rusher, senior Anthony Krieg will enter fall practice as the Bears' No. 1 running back and the favorite to replace 1,000-yard rusher Rashad Armstrong in the backfield.
2003: Appeared in all 12 games for the Bears ... Was second on the team in rushing with 56 carries for 222 yards and one score ... Averaged 4.0 yards per rush which ranked second on the team among Bears with five or more carries ... Also caught five passes for 32 yards ... Had five or more carries six times and topped the 30-yard mark in three games ... His 24-yard run at Kansas was a career-long ... Rushed for season-high 43 yards on six carries in season-finale against No. 24 Oklahoma State ... Scored lone rushing touchdown of the season at North Texas on a one-yard run ... Also had five solo tackles ... Earned third letter.
2002: Played in nine games to letter for second year ... Did not play against Texas A&M, No. 23 Colorado or No. 20 Kansas State due to an ankle injury ... Finished year with 22 yards on 17 attempts ... Had one reception for three yards against Kansas ... Carried three times for 12 yards against Oklahoma State ... Took several direct shotgun snaps from the quarterback position against No. 4 Oklahoma.
2001: True freshman played in every game and led the team in rushing with 245 yards on 70 carries to earn his first letter ... Started last five games against Texas Tech, No. 5 Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma State and Southern Illinois ... Earned first career start against Texas Tech and responded by rushing for a career-best 67 yards on a career-high 16 carries ... Scored on a two-yard run versus the Red Raiders for his first touchdown as a Bear ... Rushed for a team-high 40 yards on nine carries at No. 2 Oklahoma ... Gained 45 yards on 12 attempts against OSU ... Tallied 27 yards on seven carries against Arkansas State ... Sixth on the club with 19 receptions ... Had career-best five catches at No. 24 Texas A&M.
High School: Pflugerville High School, Pflugerville, Texas ... Named district offensive MVP as a senior ... Earned first-team all-district honors in 2000 and second-team all-district recognition in 1999 ... Finished his career with nearly 2,800 yards rushing and 940 yards receiving ... Three-time academic all-district performer ... Ranked among the nation's top 100 prep running backs by Rivals.com ... Rushed for 862 yards and seven touchdowns on 186 carries as a junior ... Also caught 12 passes for 102 yards in 1999 ... Regional meet qualifier in triple jump ... An addition to football and track, also played basketball and baseball as a prep ... Coached by George Herrmann at the District 14-5A school.
Personal: The son of Roderick and Dianna Wesley, Thomas Anthony Krieg was born March 15, 1983, in Taylor, Texas ... Speech communication major.
|2001||11/5||19||104||5.5||0||14/Oklahoma, Oklahoma State|
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