Jackson Throws Three TDs To Earn Team MVP Honors
2014 All C-USA Team
Rice claims first-ever Conference USA title
Rice reaches bowl eligibility for second consecutive year
Owls top Roadrunners, 27-21 in San Antonio
March 25, 2015 The Owls held their annual Pro Day at Rice Stadium on Wednesday.
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.
Rice 28, Hawai'i 14 Oct. 4, 2014
A second gallery of photos from the 2013 C-USA Football Championship
Dependable three-year starter at safety leads a veteran corps of backfield defenders.
Owls' active leader with 175 tackles and career bowl tackle leader with 16...Tied for team lead with seven PBUs...Missed the ODU and Southern Miss games with an injury, but returned to action vs. Hawai'i...Preseason second-team All C-USA pick by Phil Steele.
Closed out a solid second year as a starter by picking off a pass in the C-USA Championship game vs. Marshall... Third on team with 59 tackles and seven pass breakups... Picked off his first pass of 2013 vs. Tulsa and returned it 32 yards... Broke up a career-best four passes vs. Houston.
Made the last 12 starts at free safety after Corey Frazier was injured and responded with 79 tackles to finish third on the team and 34th in Conference USA... Second on tied for sixth in C-USA with three forced fumbles... Credited with a career-best 11 tackles in his first career start at Kansas including 1.5 TFL... Credited with 10 tackles, including a career-best nine unassisted the following week at Louisiana Tech, while also forcing a pair of fumbles... Picked off passes in back-to-back games vs. Tulsa and Southern Miss... Broke-up a pair of passes at UTEP in the regular season finale and finished the year with eight tackles (one for loss) and a pass break up vs. Air Force in the Armed Forces Bowl.
Credited with three special teams tackles... Returned his first career kickoff for 20 yards vs. UTEP... Made his debut at Southern Miss and was credited with a tackle on punt coverage... Missed time at the start of camp while recovering from an injury suffered prior to the start of camp while participating in an all-star game.
Kempner High School
All-District 23-5A selection as a senior for James Brown... Triggered the Cougars option attack as a quarterback, rushing for 1,320 yards and 19 touchdowns while throwing for 415 yards and three scores... Honorable mention Academic All State selection... Played in the 2011 Bayou Bowl.
Full Name: Julius White III... Born: Dec. 22, 1992 in Ore City... Parents: Julius and Cheryl White, Sugar Land (one brother)... Kinesiology major... Rice College: Martel.