Broyles collegiate career ended on Nov. 5 with a torn ACL vs. Texas A&M but the receiver had already made his mark on several record books. Broyles broke the NCAA career record for receptions in the season's sixth game and finished with 349 catches during his career while ending up second on the NCAA all-time career receiving yards chart with 4,586 yards, just 420 yards from the NCAA rcord in the category. Broyles also broke the Big 12 record for career receiving touchdowns with 45.
The Biletnikoff Award finalist had more than 100 yards receiving in seven of nine games this season and a touchdown in seven of nine with multiple receiving touchdowns in four games. He had four games with at least 13 receptions and broke his own record for receiving yards in a game with 217 yards at Kansas.
Consensus All-American ... Biletnikoff Award finalist ... consensus All-Big 12 ... No. 2 in the NCAA receptions (131), No. 4 in receiving yards (1,622) ... owns 10 school records, nine that were set in 2010 -- receptions in a game (15 vs. Iowa State), season receptions, career receptions, receiving yards in a game (208 vs. Colorado), season receiving yards, career receiving yards, season TD receptions (14), career touchdown receptions, season 100-yard games and career 100-yard games ... a reception in 38 consecutive games ... three receiving TDs vs. Colorado and Texas Tech (five career three-TD games) ... over 100-yard mark in 12 of last 16 games and scored TD in 12 of last 17 ... had 10+ receptions in five games ... career-long 81-yard TD reception vs. Colorado ... has 16 plays of 40+ yards in his career ... Returned 34 punts for 268 yards, two kickoffs for 32 yards ... No. 7 at OU with 4,372 all-purpose yards, No. 4 with 906 career punt return yards.
All-Big 12 first team punt returner by ESPN.com, Fort Worth Star Telegram, Kansas City Star, Phil Steele and Waco Tribune Herald ... All- Big 12 second team by AP, coaches and Dallas Morning News ... set an OU season record with 89 receptions and tied TD mark at 15 ... yardage total of 1,120 ranks No. 3 at OU ... his 1,776 all purpose yards rank No. 9 at OU and 492 punt return yards rank No. 5 ... set OU record with 6.61 catches/game ... ranked No. 4 nationally in punt return yards (15.87), No. 11 in receiving yards (93.33) and No. 12 in receptions per game (7.42) ... left Miami game with a shoulder injury on second offensive play and missed the Baylor game ... MVP and Offensive MVP of Sun Bowl with 13 receptions (OU and Sun Bowl Record) for a career-high 156 yards and three TDs (OU bowl and Sun Bowl record) ... five multi-score games.
11 catches each vs. Tulsa and Kansas ... three TD receptions vs. Idaho State, Tulsa and Stanford ... first career rushing TD came vs. Texas A&M (25 yards) ... career-high 209 punt return yards vs. Oklahoma State, including a career-long 87-yard return for a TD ... third player in school history to record 100-plus yards in one game in two different categories (209 punt returns and 103 receiving) vs. OSU ... had 316 all-purpose yards vs. OSU, the third-best total in school history ... first receiver in the 72 years in which stats have been tracked at OU to lead team in scoring.
Suspended the first game of the season for violating team rules. Had the most yards ever by an OU freshman receiver and tied for the most catches ... produced a seven-catch, 141-yard effort against Cincinnati in his first collegiate game, set an OU record for receiving yards by a freshman ... had two receiving TDs against Washington, including a career-long 77-yarder ... touchdown receptions against Texas, Texas A&M and Texas Tech ... racked up 134 all-purpose yards versus Texas A&M ... exceeded 50 receiving yards in five games ... took over as team's primary punt returner with 23 returns for 223 yards ... had a 68-yard punt return TD against Kansas State.
Had 73 tackles and six interceptions as a senior ... recorded 44 catches for 908 yards and eight touchdowns, and rushed for 345 yards and 12 touchdowns ... averaged 20.6 yards per catch ... during his senior season, he scored touchdowns as a running back, wide receiver and kick returner ... career 79 receptions for 1,688 yards and 18 scores ... career 157 tackles and 20 picks ... named to the 6A-2 all-district team ... chosen for the All-American Offense-Defense Bowl ... selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team ... clocked at 4.51 40-yard dash ... first-team all-state by Tulsa World and The Oklahoman ... earned all-city honors as a junior ... also recruited as a basketball player, averaging 18 ppg.
Parents: Edward and Stephanie Moore ... coached by Butch Peters ... born April 9, 1988.