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DeMarco Murray



 DeMarco Murray

DeMarco Murray (born February 12, 1988) is an American football running back for the Dallas Cowboys who played high school football for Bishop Gorman and college football for the Oklahoma Sooners.

High school career

DeMarco Murray attended Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he was an all-conference pick three consecutive years. During his time at Gorman, his team was 3-time Conference Champions. As a senior in 2005, he rushed for 1,947 yards and 27 touchdowns and also caught 22 passes for 624 yards and 7 touchdowns, earning him all-state honors and the 2005 Sunset Region Offensive Player of the Year award. Murray played in the 2005 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Considered one of the top running backs of his class alongside Chris WellsC. J. Spiller and Michael Goodson, Murray drew offers from Miami (Fl.)Penn State and Texas A&Mamong others. He chose Oklahoma over Southern California at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.[1]

[edit]College career

Murray redshirted the 2006 NCAA football season. In his first game for the Oklahoma Sooners on September 1, 2007 vs. University of North Texas, Murray rushed for 87 yards and five touchdowns, becoming the first player to score four touchdowns in a half in his Sooner debut.[2] On September 15, 2007 against Utah State University, Murray entered the Oklahoma football record book when he had atouchdown run of 92 yards, which is the third longest in Oklahoma football history.[3]

Murray tied Adrian Peterson‘s freshman touchdown record in 2007 with 15.

He logged a 4.42 (team best) 40 time[4] and a 36.5-inch vertical jump[4] during the 2007 winter testing.

On October 16, 2010 Murray passed Steve Owens as the all-time touchdown leader at the University of Oklahoma with 58 touchdowns. He ended his college career with 65 touchdowns, becoming only the fifth player in Big 12 conference history to score at least 60 careertouchdowns.

Murray had 3,685 career rushing yards (4.86 avg.) with 50 touchdowns, 157 career catches with 13 touchdowns, and 1,462 kickoff returnyards with 2 touchdowns.

[edit]Career Records at University of Oklahoma

  • All-Time Leader in Points Scored (390)
  • All-Time Leader in Touchdowns (65)
  • All-Time Leader in All Purpose Yards (6,718)
  • All-Time Leader in Receiving Yards for a Running Back (1,571)
  • All-Time Leader in kickoff return average (27.58)
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