04/29/2012 - Cowboys coach Jason Garrett likes overachievers and believe he got one with a lot of upside in Boise State defensive end Tyrone Crawford. Crawford was taken by the Cowboys in the third round Friday night. After waiting through the entire second round and 17 picks of the third round, the Cowboys used the 81st pick of the draft on the 6-4, 280-pound defensive end from Boise State. Crawford played running back in high school in Canada. He went the junior college route to hone his football skills but was only recruited by Boise State. He is raw and very athletic and drew the NFL's attention because of his ability to get to the quarterback. He led Boise State in sacks (6.5) and tackles for loss (13.5), causing three fumbles, recovering two fumbles and blocking a kick as a senior. "He's a guy that we really feel like has some upside," Garrett said. "He played at a very good program. A number of players the last few days have been drafted from Boise. He played a high level of competition, he played the right way, he practiced the right way. "The thing we like about him the most is his motor, the way he plays. He's a high-energy guy." - The Sports Xchange
04/27/2012 - DE Tyrone Crawford, Boise State -- A gamble based on his limited experience, Crawford is too small to be a base end and not disruptive enough as a rush linebacker in the Cowboys 3-4 defense.
12/10/2011 - 2011 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Tyrone Crawford, Sr., Boise State, has been selected All-Mountain West Conference First Team for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the eight head coaches and select media panel. Crawford led the team with 13.5 TFLs and 6.5 sacks in 2011. - Boise State football
10/17/2011 - WEEK 7 MOUNTAIN WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyrone Crawford, Boise State, Senior, Defensive End: Tyrone Crawford recorded five tackles in Boise State's 63-13 win at Colorado State, including two quarterback sacks for losses totaling 14 yards. He also recovered a fumble as the Bronco defense held the Rams to 231 yards of total offense. Colorado State entered the game averaging 340.8 yards in total offense. - Mountain West football
06/06/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH IN 2011: DE Tyrone Crawford led the team in tackles for loss as a backup. The former junior college All-American moves into the starting lineup next season in place of three-time All-WAC first-teamer Ryan Winterswyk. - The Sports Xchange