Downs Rice 42-25
Met with the media on Monday
Billy Lynch previews the Owls offense
Owls down Charlotte 27-7
Coach Bailiff held his weekly press conference prior to the Charlotte game.
Rice defeated Prairie View 65-44
Rice faced North Texas at Rice Stadium on September 24
Rice opened the 2016 home schedule by dropping a 38-10 decision to Baylor.
Shots from Training Camp 2016
Rice fell to 4-7 with the loss to the Roadrunenrs
Continued to showcase his versatility in 2016.
Played in all 12 games and made four starts at wide receiver while also seeing time at quarterback in the Wild Owl package... Caught 13 passes for 157 yards, ran the ball 14 times for 51 yards and completed 5/8 passes for 68 yards... Passing totals were a career-best... Completed a career-long throw of 37 yards at Southern Miss... Top rushing effort was 30 yards on five attempts vs. Baylor... Top receiving games was four vs. Prairie View and top receiving yardage effort was 58 vs. FAU. .
Stepped into a need at receiver caught 16 passes for 339 yards (21.2 per catch) and three TDs.... Ranked 11th in the country in yards per reception at 21.1 yards per catch (min: 15 catches)... Totalled 138 yards on four catches at UTSA, including a 58-yard TD and another of 45... Caught his first TD pass vs. Army and added his second vs. Southern Miss... Scored on a 66-yard run vs. Wagner on his first carry of the year, the longest rush by a Rice QB since Kyle Herm scored from 95 yards vs. Nevada in 2004.
Made his collegiate debut vs. Hawaii and also saw action at Army and against UTSA, including his first-career rush...Threw for 128 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Blue-Gray game to conclude Spring Drills.
Cy Woods High School
Multi-talented athlete who was a two-year starter at quarterback for coach Trent Faith and the Wildcats... Suffered a preseason injury that limited his playing time as a senior, throwing for 485 yards... Threw for nearly 3,000 yards and 28 touchdowns in his career and added another 13 touchdowns on the ground... A member of the Houston Chronicle Hot 100 and Dave Campbell's Texas Football's top 30 quarterbacks heading into his senior year... Named to the The Houston Chronicle's Top 100... Participated in the Nike Elite 11 Quarterback camp and the US Army All American Combine... A standout in soccer, playing for the Houston Pumas select team which won back-to-back state select team titles (2008-09) while earning Offensive Player of the Year and the Leadership Award for three consecutive years... Also competed in track and basketball... Four-year member of the honor roll.
Full name: Nathaniel Rai German... Born: Sept. 9, 1994 at Houston... Parents: Oscar and Veronica German (one brother, one sister)... Rice major: Economics... Rice College: Hanszen.