Baylor and Oklahoma State will meet for the 31st time on Saturday.
Bears, Cyclones set to meet for the 11th time.
Baylor, Texas set to meet for the 102nd time.
Saturday's contest will be the first-ever meeting between Baylor, Mountaineers.
Baylor, ULM game to be nationally televised on ESPN.
2009 ALL-BIG TEN, SECOND TEAM KR (Phil Steele)
One-year letterman receiver at Baylor, decorated kick returner and receiver in three seasons at Michigan... Transferred to Baylor for fifth year in 2012, under NCAA one-time transfer exception... Totaled 1,059 career receiving yards (13.4 avg.) on 79 career receptions and 7 career TDs at both universities... Also totaled 1,691 career kick return yards (24.2 avg.) and one career TD on 70 returns at both schools... Played in 2013 Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game following senior season... Played 44 career games (eight at Baylor, 36 at Michigan) and started 25 (all at U-M)... Former record-setting All-Big Ten kick returner and prep All-American... Three-year letterman at U-M, totaled 1,008 yards and six touchdowns on 76 career receptions... Also totaled 1,538 yards and one TD on 62 career kick returns... Set Michigan school records for single-season kickoff return yards (1,001) and kickoff returns (39) as sophomore in 2009... Earned 2009 second-team All-Big Ten honors as sophomore kick returner by Phil Steele.
2012 (Redshirt Senior): Played in eight of 13 games as senior at Baylor... Reserve wide receiver also returned kickoffs early in season... Totaled three receptions for 79 yards and one TD, also eight kick returns for 153 yards (19.1 avg.)... Saw action at receiver in first eight games, did not play in ninth game and did not dress over final four games (leg injury)... All eight kick returns came over season's first four games... Caught season-high two passes for 41 yards, including season-long 37-yarder and only TD of season from Bryce Petty in season-opening win over SMU... Returned three kicks for season-high 79 yards (including season-long 28-yarder) at ULM in third game... Made one reception for 10 yards and returned three kicks for 47 yards at No. 9 West Virginia in fourth game... Had no stats in final four games played.
2011 (Senior - Michigan): Sat out 2011 Sugar Bowl-championship season at Michigan.
2010 (Junior - Michigan): Played all 13 contests and started 12 games at wide receiver as junior... Second-leading receiver with 49 catches for 633 yards and four TDs... Returned 22 kickoffs for 513 yards... Caught team-high five passes for 34 yards and had 19-yard kick return vs. Connecticut (Sept. 4)... Made four receptions for 33 yards and returned four kickoffs for 101 yards at Notre Dame (Sept. 11)... Caught team-high three catches for career-high 121 yards and two TDs vs. UMass (Sept. 18)... Caught career-long 66-yard TD en route to first collegiate multitouchdown game vs. UMass... Made three receptions for 38 yards and returned three kickoffs for 49 yards in start vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 25)... Started at wideout and kick returner in Big Ten opener at Indiana (Oct. 2), returning four kicks for 83 yards... Made start at wide receiver and saw action at kick returner vs. Michigan State (Oct. 9), returning two kicks for 35 yards... Caught career-high nine passes for 97 yards in start vs. Iowa (Oct. 16)... Caught one pass for seven yards at Penn State (Oct. 30)... Posted four receptions for 47 yards and TD in start vs. Illinois (Nov. 6)... Made game-tying TD to force overtime on nine-yard reception with under two minutes remaining in regulation... Had one kickoff return for season-long 61 yards to set up Michigan field goal late in first half against Illinois... Two receptions for 17 yards in start against Purdue (Nov. 13)... Caught four passes for 99 yards and TD in start vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 20)... Scored on 24-yard reception for Michigan's first TD... Also returned four kickoffs for 103 yards against Badgers... Made game-high seven receptions for 81 yards in start at Ohio State (Nov. 27)... Caught seven passes for 59 yards in start vs. Mississippi State (Jan. 1) in Gator Bowl.
2009 (Sophomore - Michigan): Played all 12 games and started three at wide receiver as sophomore... Named second-team All-Big Ten kick returner by Phil Steele... Caught 13 passes for 199 yards and one touchdown... Set school records with 39 kickoff returns for 1,001 yards and added one TD... Became first player in school history to gain 1,000 single-season return yards... Played receiver and contributed on special teams vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5), returning one kickoff for 20 yards... Named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week Sept. 13 for efforts in 38-34 upset of No. 18 Notre Dame... Started at receiver, made four receptions for 54 yards... Returned kickoff 94 yards for TD on only return of game early in second quarter against Irish ... 94-yard kickoff return was sixth-longest in school history... Started at receiver and kick returner vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 19), recording one reception for 10 yards and three returns for 60 yards... Played wide receiver and returned kicks vs. Indiana (Sept. 26), totaled 218 yards and long of 45 yards on kick returns... Fell three yards short of breaking school record for most kickoff return yards in a single game (221)... Matched second-best total for singlegame kickoff returns in U-M history, falling one short of record (8)... Set career highs with 97 receiving yards on five receptions at Michigan State (Oct. 3)... Had 60-yard then-career-long TD reception against Spartans... Returned three kickoffs for 60 yards vs. MSU... Caught one pass for nine yards in start at receiver against Iowa (Oct. 10)... Returned five kickoffs for 91 yards against Hawkeyes... Made one catch for 19 yards and had 28- yard kickoff return vs. Delaware State (Oct. 17)... Played receiver and kick returner vs. Penn State (Oct. 24), returning two kickoffs for 42 yards... Returned two kickoffs for 32 yards at Illinois (Oct. 31)... Lined up at wideout against Illini... Appeared at receiver and kickoff returner vs. Purdue (Nov. 7), returning five kickoffs for 158 yards... Broke school's season kickoff return marks with performance against Boilermakers ... Returned six kickoffs for 135 yards and played receiver at Wisconsin (Nov. 14)... Had 10-yard reception and returned three kickoffs for 63 yards vs. Ohio State (Nov. 21).
2008 (True Freshman - Michigan): Played in 11 contests and made 10 starts at wideout as true freshman, earned first collegiate letter... Caught 14 passes for 176 yards and one touchdown... Career debut and first collegiate start vs. Utah (Aug. 30), made one reception for five yards... Started and grabbed one pass for eight yards vs. Miami (Sept. 6)... Started and made three receptions for then-career-high 35 yards at Notre Dame (Sept. 13)... Made 30-yard then-career-long reception against N.D... Started vs. Wisconsin (Sept. 27)... Did not dress vs. Illinois (Oct. 4)... Played WR vs. Toledo (Oct. 11)... Caught two passes for nine yards at Penn State (Oct. 18)... Made five-yard reception in start vs. Michigan State (Oct. 25)... Gained 61 yards on two catches and scored first career TD at Purdue (Nov. 1)... Scored on 51-yard catch-and-run in second quarter against Boilermakers... 51-yard pass from Steven Threet was longest of season for Wolverines... Made 10-yard catch at Minnesota (Nov. 8) ... Caught two passes for 10 yards vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15)... Had 33- yard catch-and-run in start at Ohio State (Nov. 22)... Enrolled at University of Michigan in January 2008 and participated in spring drills.
High School: Prep All-American and top 100 national recruit from Dulles High School in Stafford, Texas, played under head coach Jim Creech... Named 2007 PrepStar All-American and rated No. 65 nationally... Played in 2008 Under Armour All-American game... Top- 100 national recruit, rated 41st by Rivals.com, 71st by ESPN150 and 79 by Tom Lemming... Ranked No. 7 nationally among wide receivers by Rivals.com and No. 12 by Scout.com, rated fifth-best recruit in Texas by Rivals.com... Named No. 18 prospect in Big 12 Region and No. 45 offensive player nationally by G&W Recruiting Report... Finished career with 94 receptions for 1,910 yards and 26 touchdowns... Two-time allstate honoree and all-district MVP as junior and senior... Caught 39 passes for 591 yards and scored three touchdowns as senior in 2007... Also rushed 29 times for 175 yards and scored one TD senior year... Named to Houston Touchdown Club's first team as senior... Made 49 receptions for 1,078 yards and scored 16 touchdowns as junior in 2006... Scored TDs on two of seven punt returns junior year, totaled 223 yards (31.9 avg.)... Also lettered in track and field... Ran five events including 100 meter, 200 meter, 400 meter, 4x200-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay.
Personal: Son of Amelya Cornell... Full name is Darryl Cornell Stonum... Born Feb. 14, 1990, in Houston, Texas.