JULIUS CROSSLIN BIO
2006: Ended the season with 71 yards on 29 carries, primarily in short-yardage situations ... Scored three touchdowns ... Also credited with three tackles on special teams ... Carried seven times for 32 yards in the season opener against Missouri State and scored a touchdown against the Bears ... Had a season-long 16-yard run against MSU ... Also ran for scores against Arkansas State and Nebraska.
2005: Saw extensive action as a short-yardage back ... Finished the season with 71 carries for 231 yards in 11 games and led the team with 12 touchdowns ... Scored a touchdown every 5.9 carries ... His 74 points ranked 22nd on the Oklahoma State single-season chart ... Caught a pair of passes for 16 yards ... Had multiple-touchdown games against Florida Atlantic, Missouri, Texas A&M and Oklahoma ... Rushed for a season-high 91 yards in the upset of Texas Tech.
2004: Crosslin scored his first-career touchdown on a four-yard run against Texas and finished with three rushes for six yards and a catch for 10 yards against the Longhorns ... Carried the ball three times for 35 yards, including a long rush of 23 yards, in the win over Tulsa ... Rushed five times for 15 yards in his first collegiate contest against the UCLA Bruins.
High School: Crosslin was first-team all-district on the defensive side of the ball in 2001 at Palo Duro High School ... A second-team pick on offense in 2000 ... A member of The Amarillo Globe News super team, and was the defensive player of the year as well as honorable mention all-state on the defensive side of the ball.
Personal: Born Nov. 1, 1983, in Amarillo ... Son of Gina Crosslin ... Majoring in education.