| Jason Glynn
6-2 · 275
Richardson, Texas (Berkner)
Intelligent and athletic fifth-year offensive lineman who claimed the starting center position in the spring of 2002 and made 38 consecutive starts during his last three seasons ... was a preseason candidate for the Dave Rimington Trophy (nation's top center) ... listed as the third-best center in the Big 12 in The Sporting News' preseason yearbook ... played in 49 career games at center ... led UT to two of the top seven rushing seasons in school history (2003-04) ... started all 12 games at center in 2004 ... started all 13 games at center in 2003 ... started all 13 games at center in 2002 ... saw significant action as Matthew Anderson's primary backup in 2001 ... played in 11 games at center that year ... worked at both center and guard while redshirting in 2000 ... a three-time second-team CoSIDA Academic District VI pick ... also was a four-time first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection.
Named to the Dave Rimington Trophy (nation's best center) watch list ... started all 12 games at center ... named second-team CoSIDA Academic District VI and first-team Academic All-Big 12 ... key part of a line that cleared the way for Texas to rank second in the nation in rushing (299.2 ypg), seventh in total offense (464.4 ypg) and 12th in scoring (35.3 ppg) ... Texas' 3,590 rushing yards this season is the sixth-highest total in school history ... UT registered six 300-yard rushing games, the most since 1977 ... helped block for 673 yards of total offense (No. 3 on the UT all-time list), including 513 yards rushing (No. 7 on the UT all-time list), versus North Texas ... helped register 409 total yards with 259 of those on the ground at Arkansas ... helped clear the way for 525 total yards against Rice, including 339 on the ground ... produced another 507 yards versus Baylor with 303 rushing yards ... helped block for 154 rushing yards against a No. 2 Oklahoma defense that ranked sixth nationally against the run (77.0) ... the Longhorns rushed for 193 yards against a Missouri defense that was allowing just 98.0 rushing yards per game ... UT then rushed for 351 yards and five TDs at Texas Tech, as part of 493 total yards ... helped clear 300 yards rushing with 326 and pushed through four TDs on the ground at Colorado ... helped produce the 15th-best offensive performance in UT history with 600 total yards, including 322 on the ground, versus No. 19 Oklahoma State ... UT surpassed 250 yards in both categories, recording 289 yards in the air and 292 on the ground, and totaled 581 yards, the ninth-best total in the Mack Brown era, at Kansas ... closed the regular season with 274 rushing yards as part of 405 total yards against No. 22 Texas A&M ... it was the fifth straight game of the season rushing for at least 250 yards, marking the first time that has been accomplished since 1974 ... helped UT rush for 264 yards, 444 collective yards, and five TDs in the Rose Bowl victory against Michigan.
Started all 13 games at center ... Shared UT's Most Improved Offensive Player award ... earned first-team Academic All-Big 12 and second-team CoSIDA Academic District VI honors ... key member of a line that paved the way for the nation's sixth-ranked scoring offense (41.0 ppg) and eighth-ranked rushing offense (232.5 ypg) ... UT recorded four 300-yard rushing games and rushed for 3,023 yards in 2003, both were the most since 1977 ... UT's 41 rushing touchdowns were the fourth-most nationally ... Texas set school records for points (533) and total yards (5,709) on the year ... helped pave the way for UT's ninth-straight 1,000-yard rusher (1,360/Cedric Benson) ... helped the offense gain 515 total yards at Rice, including 322 yards rushing ... repeated the 515 total yards of offense the next week against Tulane ... helped UT's offense post a season-high 578 yards at Iowa State ... helped the offense net 484 yards against No. 12 Nebraska and four rushing TDs ... helped the offense earn 502 yards against No. 21 Oklahoma State, including 298 rushing yards and five rushing TDs ... opened holes for Cedric Benson to rush for a career-high 283 yards (No. 4 on UT's single-game rushing list) and four TDs at Texas A&M.
Started all 13 games ... a second-team Verizon Academic All-District VI selection ...also a first-team Academic All-Big 12 honoree ... a key member of a UT offense that ranked fifth in the Big 12 and 16th nationally in scoring offense (33.8 ppg) ... helped open holes for UT's eighth consecutive 1,000-yard rusher (Cedric Benson 1,293 yards) ... a two-time recipient of UT's Darrell K Royal Offensive Player of the Week Award (vs. No. 17 Iowa State, at North Carolina) ... helped the offense post 498 total yards (including a UT-record 419 passing) at Nebraska, 450 against Baylor, 437 at Texas Tech and 412 against Oklahoma State ... helped open holes for Benson's 199-yard rushing game, as the offense tallied 386 total yards, against No. 17 Iowa State ... helped the offense net a season-high 569 yards at North Carolina ... helped the offense post 477 total yards and 39:43 in time of possession against Houston ... opened holes for Benson's back-to-back 100-yard rushing efforts at North Carolina (31-208) and against Houston (37-160).
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2001)
Played in 11 games and saw significant action as Matthew Anderson's primary backup at center ... earned first-team Academic All-Big 12 honors ... helped UT score a Big 12-best 39.2 points per game (sixth NCAA) and tally 162.3 rushing, 250.3 passing and 412.6 total yards per contest ... stepped in at center against Kansas when starter Anderson moved to guard due to injuries at that position ... redshirted in 2000.
Coached by Bob Dubey at Berkner High ... earned first-team All-District 9-5A honors as an offensive lineman as a senior ... also tabbed first-team all-city on the offensive line that year ... voted second-team all-area for the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex ... graded out at above 95 percent ... was tabbed a first-team all-city and an honorable mention all-district offensive lineman as a junior.
Born 12/1/81 in Oklahoma City ... full name is Jason Leo Glynn ... a corporate communications major ... moved to Richardson, Texas, in 1988 ... a six-time member of UT's Athletics Director's Honor Roll ... a member of the fall 2000 and fall 2003 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... was very active in UT's community service program ... mentored at local elementary and middle schools ... was part of a group of Longhorns that regularly visit patients at the Austin Children's Hospital ... mother, Janice Carroll, played basketball at Oklahoma State ... brother, Tim, played linebacker at Wyoming (1998-2001) ... a prep honor roll student.