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11/11/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 350 yards and five touchdowns as Sam Houston State had to battle back to get past Abilene Christian 44-35 on Saturday. Sam Houston (9-1, 7-1 Southland Conference) bolted to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter and held a 24-7 advantage at the break. Briscoe, who threw touchdown passes to Ragan Henderson, Davion Davis and Yedidiah Louis for scores in the first quarter, hit Davis on an 18-yard scoring toss to start the third. It was all Abilene Christian (2-8, 2-6) for the rest of the third and start of the fourth quarter as ACU took a 35-31 lead after Luke Anthony hit Troy Grant from the 9 for a score with 5:37 left in the game. The Bearkats rallied when Briscoe hit Louis, who had a career-best 187 receiving yards, on a 15-yard scoring toss and Davis returned a punt 52 yards for a score. Anthony was 37 of 67 passing for 297 yards and five touchdowns. - AP College Football


11/04/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 399 yards and four touchdowns as Sam Houston State rolled up 600 total yards to take a dominating 57-20 win over Incarnate Word in Southland Conference play on Saturday afternoon. Davion Davis hauled in seven passes for 134 yards and a score and Yedidiah Louis caught nine passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Davis also returned kicks for 76 yards. Tre Honshtean accounted for 13 points, kicking field goals of 42 and 39 yards and making seven extra points as SHSU (8-1, 6-1) extended its home win streak to 17 games. The Bearkats, who have won five straight after falling to league-leader Central Arkansas 41-30, scored 23 unanswered points in the first quarter. They took a 36-14 lead into the break and coasted to the win. Taylor Laird threw for 226 yards and two scores for Incarnate Word (1-8, 1-6). - AP College Football


10/14/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Corey Avery plunged across the goal line from the 1 with just over a minute left in the game as Sam Houston State took its first lead of the contest to come back and beat Northwestern State 40-36 on Saturday night. Avery's late touchdown capped a six-play, 96-yard drive with most of it coming on a 64-yard pass from Jeremiah Briscoe to Nathan Stewart. Briscoe threw for 509 yards and four touchdowns. Stewart caught eight passes for 247 yards and Davion Davis also grabbed eight for 139 yards and tied a school record with four touchdown catches. The Bearkats (5-1, 3-1 Southland Conference) were in danger of seeing their home win streak broken, but have now won 15 straight, the longest streak in the FCS. Bobby Chan-Chan hit Lucas Morgan on a 14-yard scoring strike to give Northwestern State (1-5, 1-3) a 24-7 lead with 6:55 left in the second quarter. Chris Jones rushed for 154 yards and one score for the Demons. - AP College Football


09/24/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 305 yards and three touchdowns with Nathan Stewart catching seven for 147 yards and two scores as Sam Houston State opened Southland Conference play with a dominating 66-17 win over Nicholls on Saturday night. Javin Webb rushed for 85 yards as SHSU (3-0, 1-0) piled up 619 yards in total offense, while limiting Nicholls (2-2, 1-1) to 307 yards. The Bearkats started fast as Briscoe hit Stewart on a 56-yard scoring strike on the second play of the game. Remus Bulmer ran for a 38-yard score in the first quarter and SHSU scored 24 points in the second period to lead 38-3 going into the break. The Bearkats' Yedidiah Louis caught three passes, giving him 230 in his career to become the all-time conference leader. Sam Houston State, starting 3-0 for two straight seasons for just the third time in its history, has won 11 straight against Nichols. - AP College Football


09/08/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 294 yards and three touchdowns, Javin Webb had two rushing scores, and Sam Houston State beat Prairie View 44-31 on Thursday night. Sam Houston State (2-0) had its 30-17 halftime lead trimmed to six points after Dawonya Tucker's 19-yard rush with 5:59 left in the third quarter. But Jaylen Harris returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a 13-point Sam Houston lead. Nathan Stewart's 7-yard touchdown catch early in the fourth extended the Bearkats' lead to 44-24. But Tre Honshtein ran the kickoff back 65 yards, setting up Tucker's 15-yard scoring run. Prairie View recovered the ensuing onside kick with 10:37 remaining but, six plays later, Neiko Hollins fumbled it on a sneak and the Panthers also fumbled it on their final drive. Stewart had 118 yards receiving with one score, and Davion Davis added 99 yards and two touchdowns for Sam Houston State. Lavell McCullers, a junior-college transfer, made his debut for Prairie View (0-1). He threw for 165 yards, and rushed 15 times for 124 yards and a score. Tucker had 13 carries for 94 yards and three TDs. - AP College Football


09/02/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 411 yards and four touchdowns and had a 41-yard scoring run to help Sam Houston State beat Richmond 48-43 on Friday night in a game postponed and moved to Baylor University because of Hurricane Harvey. Briscoe completed 20 of 37 passes with one interception in the opener for both teams. Davion Davis had four catches for 139 yards and a touchdown, and Remus Bulmer had 10 carries for 89 yards for the Bearkats. Kyle Lauletta threw for a school-record 546 yards for Richmond. He matched his career high with five touchdown passes, and completed 36 of 56 attempts with two interceptions. Temple transfer Cortrelle Simpson had seven catches for 204 yards and a touchdown, and Dejon Brissett caught nine passes for 172 yards and a score. A crowd of 8,048 fans attended the game at Baylor's McLane Stadium. It was postponed from Aug. 27. - AP College Football


01/07/17 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
2016 WALTER PAYTON AWARD WINNER: Sam Houston State quarterback Jeremiah Briscoe became the first Bearkat to claim the Walter Payton Award after claiming the honor on Friday at the STATS FCS Awards Banquet. The junior Bearkat quarterback came into the night as one of three finalists for the honor alongside Eastern Washignton teammates Gage Gubrud and Cooper Kupp, who had won the award in 2015. In the end Briscoe dominated the voting, earning 77 first-place votes and 569 points, more than twice as many first-place and total votes as the next closest in the voting.

"It's an absolutely true honor, but none of that happens without the best receiving corps in the country," Briscoe said. "Our receivers kept making plays and plays and crazy catches. That's what happens when our offensive line protects the way they do and our receivers just make plays. It's not me at all." He was just the second Bearkat to be invited to the award’s ceremony as a top-three finalist, and is just the second player from the Southland Conference to claim the Walter Payton Award, joining Stephen F. Austin’s Jeremy Moses who won the award following the 2010 season. Briscoe laid claim to the Payton Award by assaulting the Sam Houston and national record books throughout the year. He threw 52 touchdown passes in the regular season and added five more in the Bearkats’ second-round playoff win over Chattanooga, giving him 57 for the year and breaking the FCS record for touchdown passes that had stood since 1984. - Sam Houston State Football

12/26/16 - (DT) - P. J. Hall, rSr, 6-1, 282
2016 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FCS ALL-AMERICAN: DL PJ Hall, Sam Houston State,...Hall earned AP All-America honors for the second straight year after being a third team selection a year ago. He was named the Southland Conference’s Player of the Year and finished the season with 56 tackles (35 solo) and 13 sacks for the season. He also finished with 24.5 tackles for loss and will enter his senior season with 67.5 for his career, which is already a school record. With those totals, Hall claimed the Southland’s Defensive Player of the Year Award and will join Briscoe in Frisco on Jan. 6 as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award (top defensive player). - Sam Houston State Football


12/26/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
2016 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FCS ALL-AMERICAN: QB Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston St.,...The 6-3 junior set a new FCS single-season record with 57 touchdown passes in 2016, completing nearly 63 percent of his passes and throwing scores to 13 different receivers this year. His 4,602 yards passing set a new Sam Houston school record, surpassing Dustin Long’s previous school high set in 2004. Eight times Briscoe threw for five or more touchdowns, including a pair of seven-touchdown games, setting new a new school record in that category as well. - Sam Houston State Football


12/19/16 - (DT) - P. J. Hall, rSr, 6-1, 282
2016 AFCA NATIONAL FCS SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN (COACHES): DL P.J. Hall, 6-1 280, Jr., Sam Houston State, K.C. Keeler, Seguin, Texas (Seguin),...Hall earned AP All-America honors for the second straight year after being a third team selection a year ago. He was named the Southland Conference’s Player of the Year and finished the season with 56 tackles (35 solo) and 13 sacks for the season. He also finished with 24.5 tackles for loss and will enter his senior season with 67.5 for his career, which is already a school record. With those totals, Hall claimed the Southland’s Defensive Player of the Year Award and will join Briscoe in Frisco on Jan. 6 as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award (top defensive player). - Sam Houston State Football


12/19/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
2016 AFCA NATIONAL FCS FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN (COACHES): QB Jeremiah Briscoe, 6-3 220, Jr., Sam Houston State, K.C. Keeler, Houston, Texas (Stratford),...The 6-3 junior set a new FCS single-season record with 57 touchdown passes in 2016, completing nearly 63 percent of his passes and throwing scores to 13 different receivers this year. His 4,602 yards passing set a new Sam Houston school record, surpassing Dustin Long’s previous school high set in 2004. Eight times Briscoe threw for five or more touchdowns, including a pair of seven-touchdown games, setting new a new school record in that category as well. Those numbers helped him claim Southland Conference Player of the Year honors at the conclusion of the regular season and he is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award (top FCS offensive player) which will be announced Jan. 6, 2017 in Frisco. - Sam Houston State Football


12/03/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 363 yards and five touchdowns, giving him an FCS record 57 this season, and fifth-seeded Sam Houston State held off Chattanooga 41-36 in a quarterfinal game on Saturday. Briscoe's fifth TD pass, a 26-yard hookup with Nathan Stewart with 9:02 to play, put the Bearkats up 41-33. The Mocs drove back for a 29-yard field goal and after holding on defense, got the ball back on their 38 with 2:38 to play. They reached the Bearcats 25 before turning the ball over on downs with 17 seconds left. Yedidiah Louis had two touchdown catches from Briscoe in the first quarter before a 7-yard run by Corey Avery gave the Bearkats (11-0) a 21-0 lead. Xavier Borishade's 18-yard reception from Alejandro Bennifield pulled the Mocs (9-4) into a tie early in the third quarter. Briscoe, who finished 20 for 40, found Davion Davis for 35-yard TD and, after a Mocs field goal, Yedidiah had his third TD, a 23-yard reception, making it 35-24 entering the fourth quarter. Yedidiah had eight catches for 156 yards. Derrick Craine had 115 yards and two TDs for Chattanooga. - AP Sports


11/30/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
2016 STATS FCS WALTER PAYTON AWARD FINALIST: Sam Houston State's Jeremiah Briscoe, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound redshirt junior from Houston, has led Sam Houston State to the No. 1 ranking in the STATS FCS Top 25, the Southland Conference title and the No. 5 seed in the FCS playoffs. The Bearkats have the nation's top-ranked offense and his 52 touchdown passes are a Southland record and four shy of the FCS single-season record. The Southland player of the year has produced the top four single-game touchdown performances in Sam Houston history, including seven scoring passes against both Stephen F. Austin and Central Arkansas.

In addition to leading the FCS in TD passes, he ranked No. 1 in passing yards (4,096), passing yards per game (372.4), passing efficiency (187.0), points responsible for (318) and points responsible for per game (28.9) during the regular season. He threw only seven interceptions. "I have a really strong belief in Jeremiah's talent," coach K.C. Keeler said, "but maybe I have a stronger belief in his leadership skills."

11/19/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw a career-high seven touchdowns to lead Sam Houston State to a 59-23 win over Central Arkansas on Saturday. In the process, Briscoe set the Southland Conference's single-season touchdown passing record with 52. A junior, Briscoe is four shy of the NCAA all-time mark of 56. Briscoe's 431 passing yards marks his fifth 400-plus yard passing performance of the year. Sam Houston State (11-0, 9-0) wrapped up a perfect regular season for only the second time in school history. The Bearkats did it in 2011, a season in which the program advanced to the FCS Championship game. Yedidiah Louis caught four TD pass to tie the school record. Briscoe threw two first-quarter touchdowns, a 2-yarder to Parker Murray and a 3-yarder to Collin Rison, and the Bearkats led 17-0 at the end of the first. Hayden Hildebrand threw for 269 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions for Central Arkansas (9-2, 8-1). - AP Sports


11/13/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 337 yards and five touchdowns and Yedidiah Louis hauled in 11 of those passes for 125 yards as Sam Houston State drubbed Northwestern State 48-16 in Southland Conference action Saturday night. The Bearkats (10-0, 8-0) will host Central Arkansas (9-1, 8-0) in a conference showdown for the league title on Nov. 19. The Bears beat Nicholls 31-24 earlier Saturday. Briscoe, who sat after three quarters, had already thrown for 300 yards and four scores in the first half. Lewis had nine catches for 118 yards and Nathan Stewart grabbed six for 98 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half. Remus Bulmer had 13 carries for 101 yards. SHSU, which has racked up more than 600 yards in total offense in four games this year, totaled 558 against Northwestern State (1-9, 0-8). Northwestern State, which was up 13-7 early, was led by De'Mard Llorens, who ran for 114 yards. - AP Sports


10/30/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe passed for 325 yards and five touchdowns in little more than a half as unbeaten Sam Houston State sprinted away from Texas Southern 66-17 on Saturday night, its best start since 1964. Briscoe completed 19 of 26 passes with three touchdown strikes to Davion Davis and one each to Yedidiah Louis and Tyler Scott. The Bearkats, top-ranked in the FCS coaches poll, built a 28-0 lead in the first quarter. Sam Houston State is 8-0 for the second time in program history and trails the 1956 squad that began 10-0. Briscoe and the Bearkats started with a bang, as he found a streaking Davis (six catches, 184 yards) for a 79-yard score just two minutes in. None of Sam Houston's first eight scoring drives lasted longer than 1:43 and three were under a minute. Brad Woodard scored both touchdowns for Texas Southern (3-5) on runs of 61 and 1 yards. - AP Sports


10/23/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 419 yards and three touchdowns and Davion Davis grabbed seven passes for 121 yards to lead Sam Houston State to a 38-21 win over Nicholls on Saturday. Briscoe, who had a career-best 32 completions on 48 attempts with one interception, threw to 11 different receivers. Nathan Stewart caught six for 68 yards and Deon Hutchinson had three catches for just 13 yards, but he grabbed two touchdown passes. Remus Bulmer and Javin Webb scored a rushing touchdown apiece. Briscoe, who leads the FCS with 29 touchdown passes this season, threw for over 400 yards for the third time in the last four games. Sam Houston State (7-0, 6-0 Southland Conference), which continued to roll through the conference schedule, jumped out to a 24-0 lead at the break and was up 38-14 at the start of the fourth quarter. Chase Fourcade led Nicholls (3-4, 3-2), throwing for 254 yards. - AP Sports


10/16/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for six touchdowns as Sam Houston State remained undefeated, beating Abilene Christian 48-21 on Saturday night. Briscoe had 404 yards on 31-of-39 passing for the Bearkats (6-0, 5-0 Southland Conference). Nathan Stewart had 129 yards receiving and two touchdowns and Tyler Scott had 130 yards receiving and a score. Remus Bulmer, Deon Hutchinson and Hayden Cagle also caught scoring passes. Bulmer also ran for a touchdown. Briscoe threw for four touchdowns in the first half - including a 69-yarder to Stewart in the first quarter - and the Bearkats led 27-0 at halftime. Abilene Christian scored on an 8-yard pass from Dallas Sealey to Josh Fink early in the third quarter to make it 27-7 but the Bearkats responded with three more touchdowns to stretch their lead to 48-7 with 3:29 left in the period. Sealey threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats (0-7, 0-5). - AP Sports


10/08/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for four touchdowns and Corey Avery ran for four more as Sam Houston State rolled over Incarnate Word 63-48 on Saturday night. The Bearkats (5-0, 4-0 Southland Conference) kept their record perfect, jumping out to an early lead against Incarnate Word (1-5, 1-3). Briscoe, who threw a school-record seven touchdown passes in the 63-28 victory over Stephen F. Austin last week, threw for 203 yards against the Cardinals. He had 148 yards and three touchdowns at the break. Avery had 17 carries for a career-best 212 yards, averaging 12.5 yards per carry and Davion Davis caught four passes for 106 yards and two scores. SHSU totaled 305 yards rushing and the Cardinals passed for 313 yards as the teams combined for 997 total yards. UIW's 48 points is the most allowed by the Bearkats this season. Trent Brittain led the Cardinals, throwing for 258 yards and four scores. - AP Sports


10/01/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for a career-high 438 yards and a school-record seven touchdowns as Sam Houston State scorched Stephen F. Austin 63-28 to win the 91st Battle of the Piney Woods on Saturday. Briscoe, whose previous high was 369 yards, threw for 344 yards and five scores in the first half. The junior has passed for 300-plus yards in all four games this year. Nathan Stewart hauled in five of Briscoe's tosses for 183 yards and two touchdowns and Yedidiah Louis grabbed seven for 119 yards and two scores. Remus Bulmer led all rushers with 119 yards on 14 carries. The victory gave SHSU coach K.C. Keeler his 200th career victory. Sam Houston State (4-0, 2-0 Southland Conference) was ahead 35-0 before the Lumberjacks scored in the second quarter. The Bearkats led 42-7 at the break. Tamrick Pace caught 11 passes for 144 yards and one score to lead SFA (3-2, 2-1). - AP Sports


09/27/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for three touchdowns and Remus Bulmer ran for two scores as Sam Houston State dominated Houston Baptist 52-16 to remain undefeated. Briscoe, who passed for 281 yards and two scores in the first half, finished with 369 yards. Briscoe was 26-of-47 passing and avoided sacks and interceptions. Bulmer carried the ball 19 times for 124 yards. Sam Houston State (3-0, 2-0 Southland Conference) was up 28-0 before the Huskies got on the board and held a 31-6 halftime advantage. The Bearkats, who finished with 632 total yards, had amassed 399 yards in the first half. SHSU held the Huskies to 153 yards passing and 370 total yards for the game. Mouf Adebo had eight tackles and P.J. Hall had seven with 2.5 sacks for SHSU. Terrance Peters rushed for 104 yards and Tony Dawson added 88 yards for Houston Baptist (2-2, 1-2). - AP Sports


09/19/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 328 yards and three touchdowns to lead Sam Houston State to a 44-31 win over Lamar Saturday in the Southland Conference opener for both teams. The Sam Houston State defense slowed Kade Harrington, who finished with 76 yards on 25 carries and no touchdowns. Last year, Harrington ran for 230 yards and two scores as Lamar bested the Bearkats 49-46. Sam Houston State jumped out to a 30-3 lead at the break as Briscoe was 14-of-19 passing for 236 yards and two scores in the first half. Yedidiah Louis finished with eight catches for 113 yards and Corey Avery rushed for 136 yards on 17 carries for the Bearkats (2-0, 1-0). Lamar (0-3, 0-1) outscored the Bearkats in the second half 28-14 but could not catch SHSU. Andrew Allen threw for 178 yards and two scores in his debut as Lamar's starting quarterback. - AP Sports


09/07/16 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns as Sam Houston State beat Oklahoma Panhandle State 59-21 on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. The Bearkats tallied a school record 668 total yards, breaking the previous mark of 653 set in a 48-21 win over Colgate on Dec. 12, 2015. Sam Houston State put the game away in the second quarter on Tre Honshtein's 23-yard field goal, a 21-yard touchdown pass from Briscoe to Avery and Javin Webb's 9-yard touchdown run to make it 38-14. The Division II Aggies were competitive early. Devyn Williams returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, cutting Sam Houston's lead to 14-7. The Bearkats responded immediately driving 76 yards to score in 1:08 after Corey Avery's 15-yard touchdown run. The Aggies answered 66 seconds later, as Shane Truelove threw a 69-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Hernandez, making it 21-14 at the end of the first quarter. Hernandez had seven receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns. - AP Sports


12/12/15 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe threw for 358 yards and four touchdowns to lead Sam Houston State to a 48-21 win over Colgate in the FCS quarterfinals Saturday. Sam Houston (11-3) faces top-seeded Jacksonville State in the semifinals. The Bearkats are the semifinals for the fourth time in five years. Briscoe was 28 of 42 in his second start of the season - first since a 59-7 win over Incarnate Ward on Oct. 10 - and had touchdown passes of 26, 8 and 18 yards in the first half and as Sam Houston jumped out to a 28-7 lead with less than six minutes remaining in the opening half. It was 31-14 at halftime. Jake Melville was 12 of 25 for 142 yards and a touchdown and rushed 13 times for 35 yards and a score to lead the Raiders (9-5), who were in the quarterfinals for the first time since losing in the championship game in 2003. - AP Sports


12/06/15 - (QB) - Jeremiah Briscoe, rSr, 6-3, 225
Jeremiah Briscoe passed for 313 yards and three touchdowns, and Sam Houston State ended McNeese State's perfect season with a 34-29 win in the second round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday night. Sam Houston State (10-3), which failed to score on offense in a 27-10 loss to the Cowboys on Nov. 7, rolled up 494 total yards and 26 first downs against the No. 2 scoring defense in the FCS. Two second-half TD passes from Daniel Sams cut Sam Houston's lead to five, and the Pokes had first-and-goal at the Bearkats' 1-yard line in the fourth quarter. But they punted after penalties and sacks backed them up to fourth-and-39, and Briscoe led a clock-killing 11-play drive to ice the game. Sams finished 11 of 20 for 147 yards with four touchdown passes and an interception for McNeese State (10-1). He also rushed for 75 yards. Sam Houston State advances to face Colgate in the FCS quarterfinals, which beat James Madison 44-38 on Saturday. - AP Sports


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