2008 (Junior) - Played in 12 games as a backup at inside linebacker and on special teams ... recorded five total tackles, including four unassisted and a tackle for loss ... also had a pass breakup.
2007 (Sophomore) - Moved up to the varsity midway through the season ... played in his first-career game vs. San Diego State ... had two solo tackles and one assisted tackle vs. the Aztecs ... also saw action in the bowl game vs. California.
2006 (Freshman) - Played on the junior varsity ... did not see any varsity action.
High School - Lettered three years in football and baseball and one in basketball ... honorable mention and first-team all-district in football as a senior ... Willy Ray Smith Award nominee ... ranked in the top 300 in Texas by Dave Campbell ... ranked as the No. 22 linebacker by Texasfootball.com ... team captain and team MVP as a junior and senior ... honorable mention all-state and first-team all-district in baseball ... team captain and MVP as a junior ... second-team all-district as a junior ... member of the National Honor Society ... academic all-state ... student council ... graduated with a 4.1 GPA ... high school football coach was Craig Stump.
Personal - Parents are John and Kristin Falgout ... has three siblings, David, Paul and Rachel ... major is management ... member of Cadet Squadron 26 ... went to Beale AFB, Calif. on Operation Air Force this past summer ... worked Basic Cadet Training as an Honor Cadre, teaching the other basic cadets about honor ... favorite movie is Lord of War ... advice to young people is "keep working hard to achieve your goals" ... father is a veterinarian ... most noteworthy thing about his hometown is that it is near Spindletop, the first oil gusher in the United States ... favorite athlete is former high school baseball teammate and current Cincinnati Red, Jay Bruce ... favorite team is the Houston Texans ... will be an Intelligence Officer after graduation.
Falgout's Career Statistics
Year G U-AT TT TFL Sacks Int FF/R 2008 12 4-1 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0/0