2005: Had a strong junior season, where he was ranked sixth on the team in tackles with 63, despite missing three games due to a broken arm suffered against Duke ... started all nine games that he was able to play ... broke up a pass in each of the last four games ... made a season-high 12 tackles and broke up a pass in the Poinsettia Bowl victory over Colorado State ... made 10 stops and broke up a pass against Temple ... registered eight tackles against Stanford and Notre Dame ... picked up seven tackles and forced a fumble against Maryland ... registered six tackles against Duke, despite playing the majority of the game with a broken arm ... made four stops against Rutgers, Tulane and Army.
2004: Started all 12 games ... recorded 91 tackles and broke up two passes on the year ... returned 15 kickoffs for 309 yards ... played well in his first-collegiate game as a defensive back in the season opener against Duke ... recorded eight tackles and deflected a pass against the Blue Devils ... recorded nine tackles against Northeastern and returned three kickoffs for 58 yards ... was in on six tackles in his third-career start at Tulsa ... also returned one kickoff for 15 yards ... was in on 10 tackles and returned three kickoffs for 70 yards against Vanderbilt ... posted seven tackles and returned two kickoffs for 52 yards against Air Force ... was in on six tackles against Notre Dame ... had eight stops against Rice ... led the team with 11 tackles and broke up a pass against Delaware ... made a career-high 13 tackles against Tulane ... had five tackles against Rutgers ... was in on four stops against Army ... recorded four tackles against New Mexico.
2003: Returned 14 kickoffs for 316 yards ... made his college debut against Vanderbilt, though he did not get an opportunity to return a kick ... returned his first-career kickoff 28 yards against Rice ... had a 23-yard return against Tulane ... returned two kicks for 32 yards against Notre Dame ... returned four kickoffs for 105 yards against Central Michigan ... was named the Special Teams Player of the Game in the EV1.net Houston Bowl against Texas Tech ... returned five kickoffs for 105 yards against the Red Raiders.
High School/Personal: Lettered twice in football and basketball and three times in track at Langham Creek High School ... football team was district champ his junior and senior seasons ... Academic All-State in football ... prom king his senior year ... Jeremy LaJuan McGown ... Born-11/23/84.