alex stiles

alex stiles

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From:Portland Michigan.
Favorite color:green or white.
Favorite team:Michigan State.
Favorite food:coconuts.
Favorite athlete:Greg Jones middle linebacker for Michigan State football team.
go to M.S.U.
i speak italian and english i love ice cream! and im cool and my fav song:black and yellow fav food:um not a choclate sanwich mushrooms or onions or spasketti sause fav color:green&white
im very random funny oh did i mention cool haha...awesome i think lol is stupid to say bc 2 many ppl say it oh anger issues and funny im not gay im straight and just bc i died my hair it doesnt mean im a homosexual!um....im hot i have long hair im pretty I broke my arm tripping on a ladder ive fell up the stairs i get bad grades dc is pathetic all it says is dc wow i peed my pants its gay ppl wear it bc its popular but really cool ppl think of it as just dc like washing D.C. plain stupid

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    CAREER NOTES: Has compiled a 16-9 record in two seasons as the starting quarterback . . . has appeared in 31 games . . . two-time team captain . . . has completed 64 percent of his passes (456-for-709), which currently ranks first in MSU history . . . his 146.7 passing efficiency rating is also first in the MSU record books . . . ranks among MSU's career leaders in passing yards (fourth with 5,815 yards), total offense (fourth with 5,727 yards) pass completions (sixth with 456), touchdown passes (sixth with 41) and pass attempts (eighth with 709) . . . ranks among NCAA FBS active leaders in passing efficiency (seventh with 146.7 rating) and completion percentage (ninth at .643) . . . has thrown for more than 200 yards in 15 games (third in MSU history) . . . tied a school record by throwing a TD pass in 16 consecutive games, spanning from the 2009 Northwestern game to the 2010 Iowa game (tied for school record along with Drew Stanton, 2005-06).

    2010 SEASON (JUNIOR): Fourth-year player was elected captain for the second straight season . . . honorable mention All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and media . . . named to Phil Steele's All-Big Ten third team . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection for the third straight year . . . posted one of best statistical seasons in Spartan history, ranking among MSU's Top 10 season leaders in completion percentage (second at .669), pass completions (third with 226), passing yards (third with 2,825 yards), touchdown passes (tied for fourth with 20), total offense (fourth with 2,689 yards) and pass attempts (sixth with 338) . . . threw for more than 200 yards in seven games . . . in the second halves of games, Cousins completed 70 percent of his passes (102-of-146) for 11 TDs and three interceptions; his second-half pass efficiency rating of 170.1 was 11th among all FBS quarterbacks . . . ranked fifth in the Big Ten and 18th nationally in passing efficiency (150.7 rating) . . . ranked fifth in the Big Ten in passing (217.3 yards per game), tied for fourth in TD passes (20), and eighth in total offense (206.8 ypg.) . . . named one of 16 semifinalists for the Davey O'Brien Award (nation's top quarterback) . . . one of 22 players named to the Allstate AFCA All-Good Works Team, the preeminent Community Service Award in college football . . . one of 10 finalists for the Wuerrfel Trophy, a national award that honors the college football player who best combines exemplary community service with outstanding academic and athletic achievement . . . recipient of the team's Outstanding Underclass Back Award (offense) . . . earnd Rivals.com Big Ten Player of the Week honors after throwing two touchdown passes and completing 17-of-22 throws for 152 yards in win at Penn State that clinched a share of the Big Ten title . . . named one of the Manning Award Stars of the Week for his gutsy performance in the comeback win over Purdue, as he completed 28-of-37 passes for 276 yards while tying his career high with three TDs; left the game with an injured left shoulder in the first half, but returned in the second half and played with a sprained shoulder and also a sprained ankle; scored the game-winning touchdown on a 3-yard run, his first career rushing TD, with 4:52 remaining in the game as MSU rallied from 15 points down in the fourth quarter to win, 35-31 . . . completed 21-of-29 passes for 198 yards and a touchdown but threw a career-high three interceptions at No. 18 Iowa . . . registered career highs in completions (29) and pass attempts (43) while throwing for a season-high 331 yards in comeback win at Northwestern to earn Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors; tied his career high with three touchdown passes; with MSU down 27-21 in the fourth quarter with 7:18 remaining, Cousins led MSU on an 88-yard TD drive in which he was 7-for-8 passing for a total of 98 yards; capped the drive with a 9-yard TD pass to B.J. Cunningham . . . completed 13-of-24 passes for 201 yards, including a 48-yard TD to Cunningham, in win over Illinois . . . became the first Spartan quarterback in 43 years to beat Michigan twice in his career after completing 18-of-25 throws for 284 yards and a touchdown in leading MSU to a 34-17 win at Michigan Stadium; named Spartan Co-Offensive Player of the Week . . . tied his career high with three TD passes in win over No. 11 Wisconsin; passed for 269 yards against the Badgers, completing 20-of-29 throws; was 8-for-10 in the second half . . . named honorable mention National Quarterback of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards and also the Davey O'Brien Award for his showing against Wisconsin . . . named Spartan Co-Offensive Player of the Week after throwing an efficient 16-for-20 with 290 yards and two touchdowns in win over Northern Colorado . . . had 23 completions on 33 attempts for 245 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in overtime win against Notre Dame; completed all 12 of his pass attempts in the second half vs. the Irish . . . was 9-for-17 passing for 142 yards, including a 30-yard TD pass to Cunningham, in win over Florida Atlantic at Ford Field . . . completed 13-of-21 passes for 186 yards and one touchdown in the season opener against Western Michigan.

    2009 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Honorable mention selection to the All-Sophomore Team as named by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . honorable mention All-Big Ten selection by the media . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection for the second straight year . . . named one of four team captains in a vote by his teammates and coaches . . . was only the second sophomore to be named a captain in Michigan State's 113-year football history, joining center Robert McCurry who was selected in 1949 . . . earned the Biggie Munn Award as the team's most inspirational player on offense . . . started 12 games at quarterback in 2009 (ankle injury kept him out of the starting lineup at Illinois) . . . completed 198-of-328 throws (.604) for 2,680 yards, 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions . . . ranked third in the Big Ten and No. 25 in the NCAA in passing efficiency with his 142.6 rating . . . also listed among the Big Ten leaders in TD passes (third), passing yards (seventh at 206.2 yards per game) and total offense (seventh at 210.8 ypg.) . . . his eight 200-yard passing games (third), 2,740 total yards (third), 2,680 passing yards (fourth), 198 pass completions (sixth), 328 pass attempts (seventh), 19 TD passes (seventh) and 142.6 passing efficiency rating (eighth) rank among the Top 10 single-season totals in Spartan history . . . averaged 223.3 passing yards in his 12 starts (played the final two snaps at Illinois and did not attempt a pass) . . . completed 13-of-27 passes for 220 yards, including a 48-yard TD strike to Keshawn Martin in the second quarter, and two interceptions vs. Texas Tech in the 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl . . . his 220 passing yards against the Red Raiders match the fifth-highest single-game total in Spartan bowl history (Todd Schultz vs. Washington, 1997 Aloha Bowl) . . . recorded his fifth-consecutive 200-yard passing game, throwing for 208 yards and three TDs at Purdue as MSU rallied for an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit for a 40-37 victory . . . completed scoring passes of 4 yards to Andrew Hawken, career-long 73 yards to B.J. Cunningham and 9 yards to Blair White against the Boilermakers . . . completed 88 percent (22 of 25) of his passes for a career-best 353 yards and two TDs in MSU's 49-14 victory over Western Michigan . . . his 353 passing yards rank as the seventh-best single-game total in Spartan history . . . completed passes to eight different receivers against the Broncos, including scoring strikes of 13 yards to Garrett Celek and 48 yards to Martin . . . his 233.0 passing efficiency rating against Western Michigan was the best single-game figure in the Big Ten and the 22nd-highest single-game total posted in the NCAA FBS in 2009 . . . connected on 21-of-35 passes for 236 yards, two TDs and an interception at Minnesota . . . completed throws to nine different receivers and his 35 pass attempts against the Golden Gophers matched his career high (vs. Notre Dame, 2009) . . . threw TD passes of 26 yards to Brian Linthicum and 11 yards to Dion Sims at Minnesota . . . hit 16-of-32 throws for 225 yards and a score in MSU's 15-13 loss to No. 7 Iowa . . . compiled those numbers against an Iowa defensive unit that entered the game ranked second in the NCAA in pass defense, allowing just 167 yards per game . . . threw for 143 yards in the second half against the Hawkeyes, and his 30-yard TD strike to White gave the Spartans a 13-9 lead with 1:37 left in the game . . . completed 21-of-31 passes for 281 yards in MSU's 24-14 Homecoming victory over Northwestern, including TD strikes of 22 and 47 yards to White . . . accounted for 227 total yards in MSU's 26-20 overtime victory over No. 22 Michigan . . . hit 15-of-21 throws for 152 yards and two interceptions against the Wolverines . . . also led the team in rushing vs. Michigan, gaining 75 yards on seven carries . . . produced runs of 19 and 41 yards against the Wolverines . . . connected on 17-of-34 passes for 201 yards, two TDs and an interception in the Big Ten opener at Wisconsin . . . delivered scoring tosses of 14 yards to Mark Dell and 20 yards to Cunningham against the Badgers . . . completed 23-of-35 throws for 302 yards, one TD and one interception in MSU's 33-30 loss at Notre Dame . . . set career highs for completions and attempts against the Irish . . . his 302 passing yards mark the third-best single-game total by a Spartan quarterback against Notre Dame (Drew Stanton - 327 in 2005; Ed Smith - 306 in 1978) . . . hit 13-of-18 passes for 164 yards and a score in MSU's 29-27 loss to Central Michigan . . . went 5-for-5 for 59 yards on a 13-play, 80-yard drive as the Spartans took a 27-20 lead on his 35-yard TD strike to Cunningham with 7:33 left in the game . . . in his first career start, went 10-of-17 passing for 183 yards and a career-best three scores vs. Montana State in the 2009 season and home opener . . . completed TD strikes of 29 yards to Cunningham, and 15 and 24 yards to White . . . connected on 7-of-11 passes for 118 yards and two TDs in the first half against the Bobcats.

    2008 SEASON (RED-SHIRT FRESHMAN): Academic All-Big Ten selection . . . saw action in five games in 2008, completing 74 percent of his passes (32-for-43) for 310 yards, two touchdowns and one interception . . . completed 4-of-5 throws for 36 yards in his only series vs. Georgia in the 2009 Capital One Bowl . . . hit 7-of-9 passes for 81 yards in the fourth quarter at Penn State, including a 23-yard TD strike to Mark Dell . . . completed his first 10 pass attempts in the third quarter vs. Ohio State while filling in for an injured Brian Hoyer and led MSU on its only TD-scoring drive of the game . . . capped the eight-play, 85-yard drive against the Buckeyes with a 3-yard TD toss to tight end Charlie Gantt . . . finished 18-of-25 passing for 161 yards vs. Ohio State, earning Spartan Offensive Player of the Week honors . . . completed 3-of-4 passes for 32 yards in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Michigan . . . connected on his first collegiate pass attempt against the Eagles, a 13-yard completion to Gantt . . . his first series came in the second quarter vs. EMU, with the score tied at 7, and managed a five-play, 28-yard TD drive that gave MSU the lead for good.

    2007 SEASON: Redshirted . . . named Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week five times (vs. UAB, Notre Dame, Michigan, Purdue and Penn State), including the last three weeks of the season.

    HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked among the state's top 30 seniors by the Detroit Free Press (No. 10) and Rivals.com (No. 27) . . . honorable mention all-state selection in 2006 . . . honorable mention Academic All-State selection by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association . . . two-year starter at quarterback for Coach Tim Lont at Holland (Mich.) Christian High School where he set 35 school passing and total offense records (career, single-season and single-game marks) . . . named Area Player of the Year after completing 130-of-231 throws (.563) for 2,088 yards, 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions as a senior . . . all-conference quarterback led the Maroons to a program-best 7-3 record in 2006 while qualifying for the playoffs for the first time in school history . . . set school single-game passing records for completions (23), attempts (38) and yards (289) vs. Greenville in 2006 . . . had a school-record four TD passes vs. Reeths-Puffer as a senior . . . participated in the 2006 Top Flight Quarterback Camp . . . started six games at quarterback as a junior before being sidelined with a foot injury . . . hit 68-of-135 throws (.504) for 1,116 yards, 12 TDs and eight interceptions . . . completed 198-of-366 career passes (.541) for 3,204 yards, 40 TDs and 18 interceptions . . . threw three or more TD passes in nine of his 16 career games played . . . earned all-conference honors in three sports: football, baseball (pitcher) and basketball . . . son of Don and MaryAnn Cousins . . . born Aug. 19, 1988 . . . brother Kyle was a four-year letterman as a pitcher at Calvin College (Grand Rapids, Mich.) . . . participates in the Spartan Buddies program, volunteering in the pediatric ward at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing . . . participates in Athletes in Action sports ministry . . . majoring in kinesiology.

    CAREER HIGHS
    Pass Attempts: 43, vs. Northwestern (10/23/10)
    Pass Completions: 29, vs. Northwestern (10/23/10)
    Passing Yards: 353, vs. Western Michigan (11/7/09)
    Passing TDs: 3, four times (last vs. Northwestern, 10/23/10)
    Rushing Yards: 75, vs. Michigan (10/3/09)

    COUSINS' CAREER STATS

    RUSHING G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G
    2008................ 5 3 -12 0 6 -4.0 -2.4
    2009................ 13 31 60 0 41 1.9 4.6
    2010................ 13 40 -136 1 8 -3.4 -10.5
    TOTAL............... 31 74 -88 1 41 -1.2 -2.8


    PASSING G Att- Cmp- Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic
    2008................ 5 43- 32- 1 310 2 32 74.4 7.2 62.0 145.7
    2009................ 13 328- 198- 9 2680 19 73 60.4 8.2 206.2 142.6
    2010................ 13 338- 226- 10 2825 20 55 66.9 8.4 217.3 150.7
    TOTAL............... 31 709- 456- 20 5815 41 73 64.3 8.2 187.6 146.7


    TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Total Avg/G
    2008................ 5 -12 310 298 59.6
    2009................ 13 60 2680 2740 210.8
    2010................ 13 -136 2825 2689 206.8
    TOTAL............... 31 -88 5815 5727 184.7


    RECEIVING G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G
    2008................ 5 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
    2009................ 13 1 2 0 2 0.1 2.0 0.2
    2010................ 13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
    TOTAL............... 31 1 2 0 2 0.0 2.0 0.1


    SCORING G TD Rush Pass Retn PAT 2PAT FG Total Avg/G
    2008................ 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
    2009................ 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
    2010................ 13 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.5
    TOTAL............... 31 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0.2


    ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G
    2008................ 5 -12 0 0 0 0 -12 -2.4
    2009................ 13 60 2 0 0 0 62 4.8
    2010................ 13 -136 0 0 0 0 -136 -10.5
    TOTAL............... 31 -88 2 0 0 0 -86 -2.8