Shaw is a talented back who has had to overcome several minor injuries. He missed most of the spring. There's little doubt, however, that a healthy Seymore Shaw could be a real positive for the offense in 2005. Seymore will earn his degree this summer and receive an additional year of eligibility lost as a partial qualifier. 2004: Shaw finished the year as the team's second leading rusher with 81 carries for 377 yards and two scores. He rushed four times for four yards against Texas Tech. He had a career game against Baylor, finishing with 30 rushes for 172 and a score. He carried the ball six times for 35 yards, including a one yard TD run, against Texas. He had three carries for eight yards against the Sooners, and rushed twice for 21 yards in the win over Missouri. Shaw had eight carries for 27 yards against Texas A&M, and rushed six times for 19 yards in the win over Colorado. He carried the ball twice for two yards against Iowa State, and rushed one time for four yards against SMU. He carried the ball six times for 15 yards against Tulsa, and rushed for 64 yards on 11 carries in the win over UCLA. 2003: Seymore saw action in 10 of OSU's 13 games in 2003, but appeared in just one of OSU's final three games because of injury. He did not play against Kansas or Baylor, but rushed a team-high 14 times for 63 yards against Texas. Shaw carried the ball three times for 16 yards against OU, and had three carries for 13 yards against the Aggies. He returned to action against Texas Tech and had 74 yards rushing on six carries, highlighted by a 53 yard touchdown run. He did not play in the Kansas State game. Seymore ran for a 107 yards vs. SMS, marking the first time in his collegiate career he had gone over the century mark. His 53 yard scoring run in the fourth quarter against SMS was the longest scoring run of his career. Along with Tatum Bell, they became the first duo to both rush for over 100 yards in a single game since Nathan Simmons and Tony Lindsay did it vs. Louisiana-Lafayette on Nov. 14, 1998. Shaw ran 13 times for 71 yards in the win over Wyoming, and carried the ball four times for eight yards against Nebraska. 2002: Shaw finished the season with 89 carries for 498 yards and five touchdowns. He had 12 carries for 37 yards in the Houston Bowl, and rushed seven times for 48 yards against Oklahoma, including a game long of 29. Seymore carried the ball five times for 18 yards and a score against Baylor, and rushed four times for 28 yards against Kansas. He started three-consecutive games before missing three games due to injury. Shaw had three rushes for four yards against the Wildcats before injuring his left leg in the first half against Kansas State. He led the Cowboys in rushing for the third-straight week with 21 carries for 99 yards against Texas, and finished with 91 yards on 16 carries, including a career high three TD scores, against SMU. Seymore led the Cowboys with 54 yards rushing on nine carries, including a one-yard TD run, the first of his career, against UCLA. He carried the ball five times for 22 yards against Northern Iowa, and barely missed the 100-yard rushing mark in his OSU debut, finishing with 97 yards on seven carries against Louisiana Tech. He had a 75-yard run that, combined with Morency's 76-yard scamper, was the first time in school history two runs of 70 or more yards happened in a single game. 2001: Shaw sat out the 2001 season as a partial qualifier. High School: Seymore was a three-year letterman at Shawnee High School, and one of the most heralded prospects in Oklahoma. He was named All-State by the Daily Oklahoman, the Tulsa World and the Oklahoma Coaches' Association, and was the 5A-3 Offensive Player of the Year. Seymore was also named All-Big City by the Daily Oklahoman. Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1981, Seymore is the son of Seymore and Linda Shaw. Has a brother, Fred. He also has three sisters: Melinda, Seyanna and Beatrice. Seymore is majoring in education at Oklahoma State.
RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2002 10 89 498 5 75 5.6 49.8 2003 10 58 363 2 53 6.3 36.3 2004 12 81 377 2 19 4.7 31.4 TOTAL 32 228 1238 9 75 5.4 38.7