Antonio Smith




Antonio was a significant contributer in his first OSU season. In fact, he started 10 of OSU's 13 games, including the 2002 Houston Bowl. He will return and, along with Khreem Smith, give the Cowboys a very solid look at the defensive end spot in 2003. Smith could certainly be in line for more than the honorable mention all-league honors he gained a year ago.

2002: Smith, an honorable mention All-Big 12 choice, finished the year with 31 tackles, seven for losses, with three and a half sacks. Made one assisted tackle and had half a sack against Baylor. Was credited with one tackle against Kansas. Wound up with two tackles, including a sack, against Texas Tech. Finished with three stops against Texas A&M. Made three tackles, including two for loss and a sack, against Nebraska. Also had a pass breakup and a QB hurry in the win over Nebraska. Notched two tackles, including one for loss, against Kansas State. Made one assisted stop against Texas. Made seven tackles, including one for loss, and a pass breakup against SMU. Made four tackles, including a sack, against UCLA. Made one tackle against Northern Iowa. Made three tackles against Louisiana Tech. Has made five consecutive starts.

Junior College: Came to Oklahoma State from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, where head coach Dale Patterson described him as an extremely hard worker and a defensive player who can cover the field from sideline to sideline. He was also recruited by Kentucky.

Personal: Born on Oct. 21, 1981, Antonio is the son of Marty Williams and Susan Smith. He has two brothers and one sister. Antonio is majoring in education at Oklahoma State. He lists art, music, travel, and power lifting as his hobbies.

DEFENSE G UT-AT=TT TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds PD FF FR 2002 13 16-15=31 7-27 3.5-21 2 0 0 TOTAL 13 16-15=31 7-27 3.5-21 2 0 0

 

 

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