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Terence Brown
Terence Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Palo Alto, Calif.

High School:
Menlo-Atherton

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205

Position:
Free Safety

Birthdate:
11/08/1978

Fresno State: One of the premier special teams performers in the nation ? an excellent athlete who has great jumping ability and timing to block kicks ? gives the Bulldogs stability and experience in the secondary. (1999) Selected the Fresno State MVP in the EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl after blocking two field goal attempts ? played in 12 games and had 19 tackles, 11 unassisted? his best game was at Hawai'I with five unassisted tackles and seven total tackles ? had two interceptions, second on the team ? had four blocked kicks, three field goals and one PAT ? played in the nickel and dime packages. (1998) Played in six games where he recorded six total tackles, including five unassisted tackles. (1997) Was a reserve for the Bulldogs at wide receiver. (1996) Redshirt season ... earned Fresno State Scholar-Athlete honors.

High School: A 1996 graduate of Menlo-Atherton High School (Palo Alto, Calif.) ... as a receiver earned first team All-PAL, All-San Mateo County, and All-Peninsula recognition, and was named to the All-San Francisco Metro All-Star team ... led the PAL in receiving (32 catches, 437 yards) and TD receptions (10) ... ranked third in the PAL in scoring ... helped his team to an 8-2 record and a spot in the Central Coast Section playoffs ... played defensive back in key situations... team co-captain.

Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1978, in Stanford, Calif. ... son of Ervin and Denise Brown ... has one brother and two sisters ... also considered Colorado, Washington State and Idaho.

STATISTICS:
Year   G-GS    Solo  Asst Total  TFL-Yds.  Sacks-Yds.
1996   Redshirted
1998   6-0      5     1     6      0-0       1-12
1999   12-0    11    10    19      0-0       0-0
TOTALS 18-0    16    11    27      0-0       1-12

Year FC PBU FR Int-Yds. BK 1998 0 1 0 0-0 0 1999 0 2 0 2-2 4 TOTALS 0 3 0 2-2 4

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