| Chance Mock
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The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands)
An athletic and strong-armed fifth-year quarterback who played in 28 career games ... played in five games in 2004 after missing much of fall practice into the early season with an injury ... started the first six games and played in all 13 games in 2003 ... a veteran of the UT system who combines arm strength and accuracy with solid foot speed and toughness ... completed 115-of-213 passes for 1,613 yards and 17 TDs (No. 9 on the UT all-time list) with only two interceptions in 28 career games ... had a streak of 106 consecutive passes without an interception to open his career, which is the longest stretch in UT history to open a career and the third-longest overall ... was 9-of-21 for 79 yards as UT's backup QB in 2004 ... completed 100-of-183 passes for 1,469 yards and 16 TDs with only two interceptions in 2003 ... although he was 0.9 passes per game short of qualifying for NCAA rankings, his 148.7 QB efficiency rating would have ranked 15th ... his 8-to-1 TD to interception ratio was tops nationally ... combined with Vince Young to become just the third duo in UT history to throw for over 1,000 yards in the same season ... served as Chris Simms' top backup as a sophomore in '02 ... played in six games that season ... served as UT's No. 3 quarterback as a redshirt freshman ... also displayed his versatility in working at wide receiver with the scout team and saw game action at that position in 2001 ... played in four games at quarterback in '01 ... gained valuable experience tutoring under quarterbacks Major Applewhite and Simms while redshirting in '00 ... a Parade All-American as a prep.
Played in five games as UT's backup QB ... missed much of fall practice into the early season with an injury ... completed 9-of-21 passes for 79 yards ... was 3-of-5 for 25 yards versus Rice ... completed 2-of-6 passes against Baylor ... had season highs of 4-of-10 for 39 yards with a long of 20 yards versus Missouri.
Started the first six games and played in all 13 ... shared UT's Outstanding Quarterback honor ... completed 100-of-183 passes (54.6%) for 1,469 yards and 16 TDs with only two interceptions ... also rushed for a touchdown on the year ... although he was 0.9 passes per game short of qualifying for NCAA rankings, his 148.7 QB efficiency rating would have ranked 15th ... his 8-to-1 touchdown to interception ratio was best in the nation ... teamed with Vince Young to become just the third passing duo in Texas history to each produce 1,000 passing yards in the same season ... threw for a TD in nine games and posted five multi-TD games ... led Texas to scores on 26 of the 72 drives he directed (36.1%) ... helped UT rank among the NCAA leaders in scoring (41.0 ppg/6th), total offense (439.2 ypg/20th) and passing efficiency (141.7 rating/22nd) ... helped UT set school records for points (533) and total yards (5,709) ... had a pass of 50 or more yards in six-of-13 games ... made the first start of his career versus New Mexico State, completing 7-of-15 passes for 156 yards and two TDs ... completed a career-high 21-of-40 passes for a career-best 264 yards and three TDs to go along with eight carries for 13 yards and a career-long rush of 15 yards against Arkansas ... was 8-for-8 with 159 yards and two TDs, including a career-long 59-yard touchdown pass at Rice ... was the first UT QB since 1970 to finish a game without an incompletion ... completed 10-of-16 passes for 145 yards and three TDs against Tulane ... added three carries for 10 yards and a TD in that game ... completed 7-of-16 passes for 88 yards, including a 51-yard TD strike to Sloan Thomas, in a 24-20 win over No. 16 Kansas State ... completed 4-of-9 passes for 21 yards and threw his first career interception against No. 1 Oklahoma ... rotating in with starter Vince Young at Iowa State, completed 7-of-10 passes for 151 yards and a TD ... was good on 11-of-15 passes for 158 yards and two TDs at Baylor ... with Texas trailing Texas Tech 40-35 with 2:03 remaining in the fourth quarter, entered the game for the first time and completed four-of-five passes for 74 yards, capped off by a nine-yard TD strike to B.J. Johnson with 46 seconds left in a 43-40 victory ... named UT's Darrell K Royal Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts versus Texas Tech ... completed 14-of-34 passes for 181 yards and a TD versus No. 15 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl.
Saw action in six games as QB Chris Simms' backup ... completed 5-of-8 passes for 44 yards ... led the offense to points on four of the nine drives he engineered ... connected on both his pass attempts for 16 yards against Baylor ... was good on 2-of-3 passes for 11 yards against Houston ... completed his only pass attempt for 17 yards at Tulane.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2001)
Appeared in four games as UT's third-string quarterback ... also served as a scout team wide receiver and saw action in two games at that position ... completed his only pass for a 21-yard touchdown against Kansas ... also rushed for five yards on three carries ... had a long rush of nine yards in UT's first meeting with No. 14 Colorado ... redshirted in 2000.
Coached by Weldon Willig at The Woodlands High ... a 1999 Parade All-American ... completed 194-of-360 passes for 3,024 yards and 20 TDs and rushed for 1,242 yards during his career ... posted a 25-2 record as a starter ... connected on 82-of-131 passes for 1,441 yards (16 TDs/6 INTs) as a senior ... earned District 15-5A MVP and all-state honors that year ... tabbed the District MVP as a junior ... led his team to an 11-1 record that season ... completed 82-of-165 for 1,051 yards (four TDs/two INTs) that year ... also lettered in baseball as a sophomore and junior.
Born 12/10/81 in Lubbock, Texas ... full name is Michael Chance Mock, but goes by "Chance" ... a youth and community studies major ... earned a spot on the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in fall 2001 and 2003 ... a member of the fall 2001 and 2003 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... volunteered regularly in UT's community service program ... regularly visited with the team at the Austin Children's Hospital ... volunteered at the Children's Miracle Network Telethon ... helped raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation ... served as a mentor at local elementary and middle schools ... volunteered as a tutor at Cowan Elementary School's special education class ... father, Mike, was a three-time letterwinner at linebacker at Texas Tech (1975-77) and played for the New York Jets in 1978 ... his father served as a strength and conditioning coach at Texas Tech after his NFL career ... was very active in community service as a prepster ... served as a little league umpire in the summers ... won The Woodlands-area dragon boat race as a youngster.
Year G/GS Comp-Att Pct. Yds Rating TD INT Long Rush/TD Total
2004 5/0 9-21 42.9 79 74.46 0 0 20/MU 7-(-14)/0 65
2003 13/6 100-183 54.6 1,469 148.7 16 2 59t/Rice 39-(-17)/1 1,452
2002 6/0 5-8 62.5 44 108.7 0 0 18/BU 3-(-13)/0 31
2001 4/0 1-1 1.000 21 606.4 1 0 21t/KU 3-5/0 26
Career 28/6 115-213 54.0 1,613 142.1 17 2 59t/Rice 52-(-39)/1 1,574
Year G/GS Pass YPG YPC Rush YPG YPC Total
2004 5/0 79 15.8 8.8 -14 -2.8 -2.0 65
2003 13/6 1,469 113.0 14.7 -17 -1.3 -0.4 1,452
2002 6/0 44 7.3 8.8 -13 -2.2 -4.3 31
2001 4/0 21 5.3 21.0 5 1.3 1.7 26
Career 28/6 1,613 57.6 14.0 -39 -1.4 -0.8 1,574
Pass attempts: 40 vs. Arkansas (Jr.)
Pass completions: 21 vs. Arkansas (Jr.)
Passing yards: 264 vs. Arkansas (Jr.)
TD passes: 3 vs. Arkansas (Jr.)
Long pass: 59t to Cedric Benson vs. Rice (Jr.)
Interceptions: 1 vs. Nebraska (Jr.), vs. Oklahoma (Jr.)
Games with a TD pass: 9
Multi-TD passing games: 5
Consecutive games with a TD pass: 5
Consecutive passes without an interception: 106
Record as a starter: 4-2