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    Luke Stice

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Midland, Texas

    High School:
    Lee HS

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 230

    Position:
    ILB

    Luke  Stice

    08/31/2015

    [GAME NOTES] Houston vs. Tennessee Tech

    7 p.m. - Saturday, Sept. 5 - TDECU Stadium

    11/04/2014

    Press Conference: Houston vs. Tulane

    Press Conference: Houston vs. Tulane

    02/05/2014

    Houston Signs 24 to National Letters of Intent

    Twenty-two of the 24 hail from Texas with one each from Louisiana and Oklahoma

    10/29/2013

    Game Notes - Houston vs. USF

    Thursday night game broadcast on ESPN at 6 p.m.

    10/22/2013

    Game Notes - Houston at Rutgers

    First ever meeting between the two schools

    • 2012-13 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

    2014: Appeared in all 13 games for Houston in the 2014 season playing primarily on special teams ... was a part of the Houston special teams that recovered two onside kicks that sparked the Houston comeback in the Armed Forces Bowl over Pittsburgh... racked up eight tackles on the season ... registered three solo tackles in the contest at USF.

    2013: Nominated for the Burlsworth Trophy, awarded annually to the nation's top walk-on athlete ... Houston's starting fullback ... played in all 13 games with starts vs. UCF and Cincinnati ... had one reception on the season, a four-yard gain vs. Rice ... Houston's leading special teams tackler with 10 tackles, all on kickoff cover ... received the Committed Cougar Award at the team's annual banquet.

    2012: Valuable special teams performer played in nine games and finished the year with eight tackles.

    High School:
    Played at Midland Lee High School ... named the 2011 3-5A District Defensive Most Valuable Player ... led his team in tackles (115) and tackles for loss (19).

    Personal: Majoring in kinesiology ... son of Travis and Brenda Stice ... worked as a texidermist throughout high school ... uncle played football at Texas Tech in the `80s .. wears 37 to honor his best friend who passed away in a car accident after his senior year of high school.

    Luke Stice's Career Bests
    Receptions: 1, Rice, (2013)
    Receiving Yards: 4, Rice, (2013)
    Long Reception: 4, Rice, (2013)
    Tackles: 4, Tulane, (2014)

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