2008: Dislocated shoulder prior to first game of senior season, and was sidelined for remainder of year ... First-team Academic All-Big 12 selection ... Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Denied sixth-year of eligibility by the NCAA in spring 2009.
2007: Junior signal caller saw action in two games as a back-up--at No. 20 Kansas and vs. Texas Tech ... Completed 3-of-5 passes for 28 yards against the Jayhawks but was 0-of-2 passing vs. Red Raiders ... Career-long 15-yard completion to Krys Buerck at Kansas ... Rushed twice for (-10) yards at Kansas and had one rush for one yard against Texas Tech ... Played 12 snaps, nine at Kansas and three vs. Texas Tech, on season ... Selected as Baylor's Offensive Scout Team MVP ... Fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member ... Also named to spring Dean's List.
2006: Sat out the season as a transfer from Midwestern (Texas) State ... Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
At Midwestern (Texas) State: Played in nine games and started four contests as a redshirt freshman at Midwestern State in 2005 ... Completed 64-of-115 passes for 984 yards and eight touchdowns ... Made first career start against No. 6 West Texas A&M and passed for 230 yards and three touchdowns ... Completed 10-of-17 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown in the Indians' victory over nationally ranked Texas A&M Kingsville ... Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year nominee ... Redshirted as a true freshman at Midwestern State in 2004 after working way up the depth chart from scout team signal caller to back-up quarterback for Midwestern State's final four games of the season.
High School: Keller High School, Keller, Texas ... Passed for 2,598 yards and 32 touchdowns with 10 interceptions in final prep season ... Completed 62 percent of passes as a senior ... Also rushed for 182 yards and seven touchdowns ... Led all senior Texas Class 5A passers in both passing yards and touchdown passes in 2003 ... Unanimous District 5-5A offensive MVP and first-team all-district pick as a senior ... Team MVP ... Led Indians to the playoffs for first time since 1996, where they captured the bi-district title and were area finalists ... School-record 32 touchdown passes ... Twice tossed five touchdown passes in a game ... Also lettered in baseball as a third baseman for the Indians' 2004 state quarterfinalist squad ... National Honor Society member ... Played for coach Kevin Atkinson at the District 5-5A school.
Personal: The son of Eddie and Jeri Roberts, Curtis Ryan Roberts was born Dec. 2, 1985, in Fort Worth, Texas ... Father, Eddie, was a professional bull rider (PRCA) ... Enjoys playing the guitar, singing and writing music ... Active in FCA ... Received undergraduate degree in general studies in May 2008 and is enrolled in Sport Management graduate program.