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 Jason Lamb 88
Jason Lamb
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Richardson, Texas

High School:
L.V. Berkner

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 275

Position:
DL

Experience:
3L

10/14/2006

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Baylor Football vs. Texas - 10/14/2006

10/07/2006

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Baylor Football vs. Colorado - 10/07/2006

CAREER STATS
Defensive
Year G/GS UT AT TT TFL-Yds QB-Yds FF/FR PBU Int-Yds
2005 Redshirted
2006 12/8 21
17
38
5.5-17 1.0-5 0/0 0 0-0
2007 12/12 19 34 53 7.0-37 5.0-29 1/1 1 0-0
2008 12/11 7 20 27 1.5-8 0.5-5 0/0 3 0-0
Career 36/31 47 71 118 14.0-62 6.5-39 1/1 4 0-0

Two-time coaches All-Big 12 honoree (honorable mention as senior and sophomore)... Finished career with 150 tackles, 9.5 sacks and three blocked kicks... Four-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree and eight-time member of Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Former tight end... Graduated in December 2009 with degrees in management and human resource management.

2009 (Senior): Starter in all 12 games as senior in 2009, nine at defensive end and three at defensive tackle... Named honorable mention All-Big 12 by league's coaches... Earned team's Co-Defensive MVP award and Baylor Kyle Woods Award (xxxx)... Finished with 32 tackles and team-high three sacks (-29 yards)... Also led team with 7.0 tackles for loss for -38 yards... Totaled two blocks on field goals and one interception return for touchdown... One of 12 Bears to start all 12 games in 2009... Earned 2009 Academic All-District VI and first-team Academic All-Big 12 honors... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for fall 2009... Had three tackles, one sack, one PBU and one hurry in season-opening win at Wake Forest... Totaled six tackles, one sack and career-first interception in win over Northwestern State in third game... Returned interception 25 yards for career-first TD vs. NSU... Had two blocks vs. Kent State in fourth game, both field goal attempts... Tied career-high with five solo tackles and had PBU vs. Nebraska in eighth game... Made four tackles and one sack (-12 yards) at Texas A&M in 11th game.

2008 (Junior): Starter in 11 of 12 games on defensive line during junior season in 2008... Started first 10 games at defensive end, started final game at nose tackle... Earned 2008 Academic All-Big 12 first-team honors... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2008 and spring 2009... Finished season with 27 tackles, an assisted sack, three hurries and one blocked kick... Totaled four tackles, including an assisted tackle-for-loss, and four hurries in season-opener vs. No. 23 Wake Forest... Made a season-high six stops, including an assisted sack, in win over Washington State in third game... Had four tackles and blocked a field goal at Nebraska in eighth game... Did not start in 11th game, win over Texas A&M, snapped streak of 27 consecutive starts... Started season finale at No. 7 Texas Tech at nose guard in place of Trey Bryant.

2007 (Sophomore):  Earned honorable mention coaches All-Big 12 honors and second-team Academic All-Big 12 recognition as sophomore defensive end... Ranked No. 9 in Big 12 with 0.42 sacks per game... Led Bears in sacks (5.0) tied for third in tackles for loss (7.0) and No. 6 overall (tops among all Baylor d-linemen) in tackles with 53 stops (19 solos)... Team-high six quarterback hurries, one fumble recovery and pass breakup... Three of five sacks on season came vs. ranked opponents--No. 19 Texas, at No. 20 Kansas and at No. 22 TCU... Tallied three or more tackles in 16 of 24 career appearances; including eight of 12 starts in 2007... Had six tackles (three solos) vs. Oklahoma State... Career-high tying seven tackles (two solos) with 1.0 sack and one forced fumble at Kansas State... Had six tackles (two solos), one sack, vs. No. 19 Texas... Totaled six tackles, all assisted, and 1.0 tackle for loss at Texas A&M... Produced six tackles (three solos), with 1.0 for loss, vs. Texas State... Recorded five tackles (one solo) with 1.5 for loss and sack vs. Rice... Career-high tying seven tackles (four solos) at No. 22 TCU with sack... Shared team's Best Defensive Lineman honor with tackle Vincent Rhodes... Played 60 or more snaps four times with high of 74 vs. Oklahoma State and finished season with 657 total snaps to earn second letter... Fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member.

2006 (Redshirt Freshman):  Redshirt freshman one of three Bears named to 2006 Sporting News All-Big 12 freshman honor squad after moving from tight end to defensive end midway through spring practice... Also earned first-team Academic All-Big 12 honors... Appeared in every game and started eight of BU's final nine games to earn first Baylor monogram... 38 tackles (21 solos) on year ranked No. 8 on squad and 5.5 stops for loss were No. 2 on team... Also had one sack and six quarterback hurries (No. 3 on squad)... Recorded three or more tackles in eight games... Four tackles (three solos) vs. No. 16 Oklahoma... Had five tackles (three solos), with one for loss, at Oklahoma State... Three tackles (two solos), including one for loss, and two hurries at Texas Tech... Registered three tackles (one solo) vs. No. 22 Texas A&M... Totaled five tackles, all solos, and first career sack at No. 6 Texas... Career-high two hurries at Colorado... Made first career start vs. Army and responded with career-high seven tackles (two solos), including 1.5 for loss... BU's Most Improved Defensive Player... Played 481 snaps... Fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member.

2005 (True Freshman):  Elected to take redshirt season as rookie... Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

High School:  L.V. Berkner High School, Richardson, Texas... No. 66 on 2004 Dallas Morning News Area Top 100 list... 2004 Texas Football Top 300 member... Second-team Associated Press all-state defensive end as senior for Rams after recording 104 tackles and 11 sacks... Also had 27 quarterback hurries... Earned 2004 all-district honors as both tight end (second-team) and defensive end (first-team) after helping team to 8-4 record and district and regional titles... Recorded six receptions for 70 yards and one touchdown in final prep season... All-district performer as junior after helping team finish 7-4 and earn playoff berth... Honorable mention academic all-state performer... National Honor Society member... Also participated in basketball and track... One of three Richardson natives in Baylor's 2005 recruiting class, joining teammate Trey Bryant and Richardson High's Jordan Hearvey... Member of country-western dance team Ramblers... Coached by Jim Ledford at District 10-5A school.

Personal:  Son of Brad and Nancy Lamb, Jason Wayne Lamb was born March 3, 1987, in Dallas, Texas... Looking for career in politics... Graduated in December 2009 with degrees in management and human resource management... 2009 Spring Dean's List.

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