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First team All American by ESPN.com
Rice's first All American receiver since Buddy Dial in 1958, and first overall since OG Charles Torello in 1997
Second team All American by The Watler Camp Foundation, AP, The Sporting News and SI.com
Named one of the three finalists for the 13th Biletnikoff Award
Established an NCAA record by catching a TD pass in his 13th straight game this season in the New Orleans Bowl, breaking the mark set by Randy Moss in 1997 and tied by Larry Fitzgerald in 2003.
Has caught a touchdown pass in 15 consecutive games, the second longest overall streak in NCAA history...has at least two catches in each of his 24 career games.
Caught 21 TD passes in 2006 to set both Rice and Conference USA season records.
His 26 career scores in 24 career games have set the Owls career record.
Has also set a school records with 91 catches and 1,247 receiving yards.
Rice was 7-2 over the last nine games of 2006 and Dillard had 64 catches for 897 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Caught three TDs in a game four times this season (Army, UAB, Tulsa and SMU).
Caught six passes for 145 yards and three TDs to lead Rice to a bowl-clinching victory over SMU....caught the game winner with just 4:05 left in the game.
Caught five passes for 73 yards and a score vs. East Carolina....caught a 40-yarder on fourth and 10 to keep the Owls winning drive alive, then caught a an 11-yarder to set up the game-winning field goal.
Caught eight passes for 137 yards and three scores as the Owls beat defending C-USA champ Tulsa in double overtime....caught the game winner, a 25-yarder from Chase Clement....Has now ended two games with TD catches. Also had scores of 65 (longest of his career) and 11 yards (first score of overtime).
Dillard's numbers in 2006 came against a schedule that has featured Houston, UCLA, Texas, Florida State in the first four games....the games vs. UCLA, Texas and Florida State were played without Chase Clement, the Owls starting quarterback.
Playing in a run-oriented attack his freshman season in 2005, Dillard still caught at least two passes in every game, finishing with 35 receptions and earning C-USA All- Freshman team honors.
C-USA Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against UAB (9, 111 yds, 3 TDs)
|DATE||OPP|| NO.|| YARDS|| TD||LG|
|S2|| Houston|| 4|| 34 ||1 ||13|
|S9|| @UCLA|| 7|| 102|| 1 ||41|
|S16||Texas ||9 ||91|| 1||17|
|S23|| @Florida St.|| 7|| 113|| 1|| 32|
|S30|| @Army|| 11||171|| 3 ||50|
|O7|| @Tulane|| 6 ||61|| 1|| 18|
|O14|| UAB|| 9 ||111|| 3|| 31|
|O21||@UCF|| 7||86|| 1||26|
|N4||@UTEP|| 3||52|| 1||34|
|N11||@Tulsa|| 8||137|| 3||65|
|N18||East Carolina|| 5||73|| 1||40|
|N25||SMU|| 6||145|| 3||46|
|D22||Troy|| 9||71|| 1||37|
|2006|| (13 G)|| 91|| 1,247|| 21 ||65|
|CAREER|| (24 G)|| 126|| 1,771|| 26|| 65|