Blue 27, Gray 24
RIce vs. Southern Miss --Homecoming 2017 2:30 p.m.
Army 49, Rice 12
Head coach David Bailiff held his weekly press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Face Pitt next Saturday
The Blue defeated the Gray 27-24 in the annual Spring Game on April 21, 2018
Rice held its third scrimmage of the spring on April 14
USATSI Photos from Rice vs. Army. Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017
Rice met the Pitt Panthers on September 30, 2017 at Heinz Field.
Houston retained possession of the Bayou Bucket with a 38-3 win on September 16.
C-USA Honor Roll 2016, 2017
Threw for 243 yards and a pair of scores in the 2018 Blue-Gray game to cap off a productive spring.. Threw for 598 yards while playing in seven games in 2017 and starting a pair at quarterback, while also seeing some action at tight end at the end of the year… Both of his touchdown passes were long distance strikes, combining with Austin Walter on a 70-yard catch and run at Pitt and combining with Aaron Cephus on a 59-yard scoring play vs. Army… Rushed for a touchdown vs. FIU… Threw for a career-high 222 yards (15-52-3) and a touchdown at Pitt in his second consecutive start. Other Rice Sports Made five relief appearances with the Rice baseball team prior to the start of spring drills and posted a no record and a 6.00 ERA… Allowed four hits and two runs in three innings, walking two and striking out a pair.
Made his first career start at Stanford in season finale and was 10-37 for 68 yards through the air and added a 19 on the ground... Came on in relief of Tyler Stehling early against UTEP and settled in after a sack and fumble on his second snap which set up a Miner field goal, throwing for 196 yards (18-25-1) with two touchdowns and adding a third on a 24-yard reception... Came in after Stehling was hurt on the sixth play and on his second snap, from the UTEP 37 had the ball stripped and returned to the Rice 25. After the Owls held for a field goal, he responded on the next possession by leading offense on a 75 yard drive to take lead. Hit on 9-10 passes in the second quarter to help fuel a 28-point outburst... Made his debut at LA Tech, coming on in the fourth quarter and marching the Owls 88 yards to their final touchdown... Completed 4-5 passes for 54 yards and carried the ball three times for 14 yards, including the final two for his first career touchdown.
Redshirted during first year on campus.
Edgewood High School
Multi-talented All-District 6-3A selection at Edgewood for coach Ryan Simmons...Ranked by Dave Campbell's Texas Football as the #10 tight end in its postseason edition... Member of Dave Campbell's Texas Football's Texas Top 300 and listed as one of the top 30 quarterbacks... All-District pick in basketball and state qualifier in the discus... Father, Matt, was an offensive lineman at New Mexico...Grandfather, Tom Tyner, was a three-year letterman at Rice (1965-67) and led the Owls in receiving in Jess Neely's last season (27 receptions for 295 yards and three TDs) before moving to defensive end in his final two years... Uncle, Scott Tyner, was a punter at Oklahoma State who also played one season for the Atlanta Falcons... Carried a 4.0 GPA in high school and received the Superintendent's Award... Participated in the Model UN and Academic Pentathlon.
Full Name: Jackson Tyner... Born: Dec. 6... Parents: Matt and Marci Tyner (one brother, one sister)... Father was recruited by David Bailiff to play football at New Mexico where he was a member of the Lobos' 1997 WAC Champions... Grandfather, Tom Tyner, was a three-year letterman at Rice and led the Owls in receiving (27/285/3) in 1965... Uncle, Scott Tyner was a punter at Oklahoma State and played for the Atlanta Falcons... Rice major: SportManagement...Rice College: WIll Rice.
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