Owls Open 2014 Home Season Sept. 13 vs Tulsa
FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY vs UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE AT LOCKHART STADIUM
FAU vs MTSU at Floyd Stadium in Murfreesboro, TN
New Orleans Bowl: Traveled with the squad and participated in the program's first bowl game.
2007: Drew starts against Arkansas State, Florida and FIU...posted a game-high six tackles at Oklahoma State, five solo and six tackles against Arkansas State, one solo...completed a strong linebacker trio that had added depth with part-time starter Andre Clark...also played special teams...on the season recorded 25 total tackles, including 12 solo...most productive game at Oklahoma State where he recorded six tackles, including five solo and a forced fumble...also had a career-high six tackles, five assists in his Arkansas State start...also credited with 0.5 tackles for a loss of one yard and broke up a pass.
2006: Played in every game...recorded 16 tackles, one for a loss of seven yards, which was a sack...also credited with a pass broken up and a hurry...his sack came at Oklahoma State and forced a punt...recorded four tackles at South Carolina...two weeks later set his career-high at five versus Southern Utah. 2005: Played in eight games...recorded a solo tackle against Oklahoma State.
High School: Played for Bill Castle at Lakeland Senior High School...as a senior tallied 130 tackles, recorded three sacks and had two fumble recoveries, one he returned for a touchdown...earned first-team all-county and second-team all-state...two-sport athlete (football and track)...Dreadnaughts captured the state title in 2004.
Personal: Public management major...son of Margo and George Allen ...born Sept. 8, 1987, in Tampa, FL.
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