Baylor “B” Association will recognize one player at five of six home games.
1999: Started first nine games at middle linebacker before missing final two games with an injury ... Finished third on team with 85 stops (team-high 56 solos, 29 assists) with four quarterback hurries and seven passes broken up ... Had five double-figure tackle games ... Led team with eight tackles for loss, totalling 23 yards in losses ... Led team with 12 stops against Texas Tech, including 10 solos ... Also had 12 tackles at Kansas State ... Recorded double-figure tackles in the Bears? first three games ... Had nine tackles and first career interception against North Texas ... Made seven stops vs. Texas, including one for three-yard loss ... Led Bears with a season-high 14 tackles vs. UNLV, nine unassisted ... Solid in opener at Boston College with 11 tackles, seven unassisted ... Played sparingly at Texas A&M due to strained muscle.
1998: Started eight games at middle linebacker and played in all 11 ... Baylor?s fifth-leading tackler and second among non-defensive backs ... Rang up 72 tackles, 41 solo and six behind the line for 15 yards in opponent losses ... Also had five quarterback hurries and broke up a pass ... Had a team-high 12 tackles against Texas A&M, including a pair of tackles for losses ... Made a career-high 16 tackles (career-high 11 solo) at Texas Tech, including one behind the line ... Also had a pair of QB pressures ... Recovered a fumble against Colorado to stop an early Buff drive ... Also had six tackles (five solo), a tackle for a four-yard loss and two QB pressures ... Made nine tackles (one for a one-yard loss) against N.C. State.
1997: Played in every game as a redshirt freshman and became a starter in the third game of the season at Michigan ... Finished as Baylor?s second-leading tackler with 98 stops ... 60 of those were unassisted ... Made four tackles behind the line for 17 yards in opponent losses ... Broke up a pass, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble ... Had 10 tackles, six of those unassisted, at Missouri ... Recovered a fumble at Iowa State ... Best day of the season was against Texas Tech, when he had 14 tackles, eight of those unassisted, to lead the team, including one behind the line for a one-yard Red Raider loss ... Also led the team in tackles with 13 against Nebraska, nine of those unassisted ... Baylor?s defensive player of the game in those outings against Tech and Nebraska ... Increased his bench press over the previous year by 30 lbs. to 375 ... Has a 750-lb. squat.
1996: Spent the season as a redshirt freshman ... Made significant improvements in the weight room from spring of ?96 to spring of ?97, including 740-lb. squat (from 670) and 345 bench press (from 300).
High School: Jersey Village High School, Jersey Village, Texas ... Notched 122 tackles, five sacks and four fumble recoveries as a senior ... As a junior, made 121 stops, three sacks and 17 tackles for loss to go with five fumbles caused and one interception ... Max Emfinger National Bluechip All-America team ... Listed as one of top 10 inside linebackers in the country by Emfinger ... Two-time all-district in 16-5A ... No. 36 player in Texas by Super Prep ... San Antonio Express-News Super 60 in Texas ... Waco Tribune-Herald, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle and Lubbock Avalanche-Journal state top 100 lists.
Personal:: Kristopher Loman Micheaux ... Name is pronounced MEE-shaw ... Born April 18, 1978 ... Son of Sam and Alice Smith ... Cousin of former University of Houston basketball all-America player Larry Micheaux ... Majoring in general studies.