Two Owls earn National Football Foundation honor
More than 2,500 Conference USA athletes honored
Scores go-ahead touchdown and shuts out Mean Green in second half
Award honors top football scholar-athlete
Rice outgains the Aggies with 481 yards of offense
Rice defeated Fresno State 30-6 in the 2014 Hawai'i Bowl
The Rice football seniors were carried off the field after their last practice at Rice Stadium on December 18
Owls and Aggies met on September 13
In advance of their final game at Rice Stadium on Friday, we salute our 19 seniors.
Photos from the Rice Owls' 17-7 C-USA victory over UTSA on Nov. 8, 2014.
Senior who provides great stability and experience to defensive line rotation... Three-time member of C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Has started the last nine games and matched his career high in tackles (5) and solo stops (4) vs. Hawai'i... Credited with sacks in three of the last five games to reach a career high... Made his first career start since 2011 and was credited with a pair of tackles and a sack at Texas A&M...Owls nominee for an NFF Post-graduate scholarship with a 3.26 GPA in Civil Engineering.
Moved inside after playing at DE in his first two years... Saw action in all 14 games, finishing with 21 tackles... Became Owls' third interior lineman to block a kick, partially deflecting a UTEP field goal attempt.
Redshirted while recovering from injury.
Credited with 19 tackles while seeing considerable playing time all season... Credited with a pair of tackles at Northwestern... Made his first career start at Southern Miss... Matched his career high with five tackles at Baylor... Picked up three tackles, including one for a loss in the home opener against Purdue... Credited with one tackle and also recovered a fumble in the opener at Texas.
Credited with a career-best five tackles at Tulsa... Picked up a pair of tackles at UCF... Played in all 12 games as a reserve on the defensive line... Credited with his first career tackle, good for a two-yard loss vs. Baylor.
Refugio High School
Four-time All District 30-2A selection for coach Jason Herring at Refugio... Two-time honorable mention all state honoree... Ranked by Dave Campbell's Texas Football as one of the top 20 defensive linemen in Texas and a member of its Top 300... District MVP as a junior, defensive MVP as a senior... Three-year team captain... Bobcats were 51-5 in his career, reaching the regional finals all four years, the quarterfinals twice and the state semifinals as a senior... State power lifting champion in 2009... First-team Academic All-State... Member of the National Honor Society and class Valedictorian... Member of Refugio's computer science team that finished second at the state competition.
Full Name: Dylan Wade Klare... Born: March 23, 1992 at New Braunfels... Parents: Wade and Judy Klare (one brother, one sister)... Civil Engineering major... Rice College: Will Rice.
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