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Name: Ty Brock (Transfer from Sam Houston State)
College: Central Michigan     Number: 6
Height: 6-3   Weight: 201
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.68
   40 Time: 4.78
  40 High: 4.87
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Weight: 201

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from Sam Houston State...2019: NAC

 Ty Brock, Central Michigan, Player News


  It's a three-man battle at quarterback as the Chippewas look to replace the graduated Quinten Dormady. That trio comprises senior David Moore, redshirt freshman Daniel Richardson, and junior Ty Brock, a transfer from Sam Houston State. Moore was highly effective in four starts a year ago, completing 57.3 percent of his passes for 1,143 yards and five touchdowns when Dormady was sidelined with an injury. Brock is the late comer to the party. He was not in spring practice nor was he in Mount Pleasant in the summer. Still, his track record is strong: He became the starter early in his freshman season (2018) at Sam Houston State and in two years with the BearKats he completed 54 percent of his passes for 3,885 yards and 24 touchdowns.

In 2018, he was a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award, which goes to the top freshman in FCS. "He's able to do some things that the others can't do with his feet," McElwain said, adding that Brock compares favorably to Tommy Lazzaro, who last season frequently spelled Dormady in goal-line and short-yardage situations to take advantage of his running ability. "There's some things that (Brock) does, from being able to throw on the run, being able to use his feet and athletic ability, that probably is a little bit different than the other two," McElwain said. - Morning Sun


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Ty BrockCentral Michigan
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  Jim McElwain has found another option at quarterback. After transfer quarterback Jett Duffey was denied admission and senior David Moore's suspension appeal was denied, the Chippewas were left in search of another option to compete with redshirt freshman Daniel Richardson. The team may have found its answer in Sam Houston State transfer Ty Brock, who committed to the Chippewas in a tweet on Wednesday. "I want to thank all the people who have helped me reach this opportunity," Brock tweeted. "I have a special family and an amazing girlfriend who have had my back through thick and thin. Thank you also to my teammates and coaches at SHSU for going to battle with me the past couple years."

Brock is a redshirt sophomore from College Station, Texas, and comes to Central Michigan with two years of eligibility. If he graduates from Sam Houston State on time in the summer, he will be eligible to play immediately. In his freshman year with the Bearkats, Brock was a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award, an annual honor for the best FCS freshman. He was also named an honorable mention freshman All-American after throwing for 2,417 yards and 15 touchdowns. His sophomore year saw him struggle, as he threw for 1,468 yards, nine touchdowns and 11 interceptions. With the addition of Brock, the Chippewas now have seven quarterbacks on roster. Brock will join Richardson, sophomores Tyler Shearer and George Pearson as well as freshman Tyler Pape in competing for the starting job. - Central Michigan Life


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Ty BrockCentral Michigan
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  Donovan Williams ran for two scores, Ty Brock threw a touchdown pass and Sam Houston State scored 17 fourth-quarter points to rally to beat Stephen F. Austin 31-20 on Saturday in a game that featured nine turnovers. Trailing 20-17 after a pick-six by Eli Jones, Brock threw a 45-yard TD pass to Nathan Stewart for the go-ahead score with 6:28 left to play. Royce See recovered a fumble forced by Joseph Walker's sack of Trae Self on the Lumberjacks' next possession and Williams scored six plays later for the Bearkats' insurance TD. The Lumberjacks (1-5, 1-2 Southland) led 10-0 after Josh McGowen's 2-yard TD run and Storm Ruiz's 30-yard field goal.

Williams, 127 yards on 26 carries, scored on a 1-yard run and Noah Smith's 32-yard TD pass to Ife Adeyi put the Bearkats (4-3, 3-0) up 14-10 at halftime. The teams traded field goals before Jones' pick-six gave the Lumberjacks the lead. Brock was 24 of 42 for 256 yards and three interceptions for the Bearkats. Stewart had six catches for 134 yards. See had nine tackles, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and had two interceptions. Self was 28 of 52 for 260 yards with three interceptions for the Lumberjacks, who also lost three fumbles. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Ty BrockCentral Michigan
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  Ty Brock overcame two interceptions with three touchdown passes and helped rally Sam Houston to a 28-17 win over McNeese on Saturday night. Bailey Rathbun's 43-yard field goal with 3:47 left in the third quarter gave McNeese its last lead at 17-15. Brock proceeded to lead the Bearkats (3-2, 2-0 Southland) on an 18-play, 73-yard scoring drive that ended when he found Chandler Harvin on a 12-yard TD pass with 11:13 left.

On the Cowboys' next possession, Dwayne Williams intercepted Cody Orgeron's pass setting up Sam Houston State at the McNeese 43. On the Bearkats' three-play scoring drive, Brock completed a 37-yard pass to Nathan Stewart to the 5. Kyran Jackson ran it in from there to seal the win. Jackson ran for 111 yards on 20 carries and Stewart caught six passes for 157 yards. Orgeron finished 18-of-40 passing for 280 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Cyron Sutton caught 10 passes for 160 yards and a score for McNeese (2-3, 0-2). - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Ty BrockCentral Michigan
News Source: AP College Football
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  Toneil Carter ran for 106 yards and three touchdowns, Donovan Williams gained 117 yards rushing and Sam Houston State had its largest margin of victory in 70 years, defeating NAIA-member Oklahoma Panhandle State 77-0 on Saturday. SHSU rushed for 366 yards with five players scoring rushing touchdowns. Ty Brock threw to Dewaylon Ingram for the Bearkats' only TD through the air. The Aggies were held to 107 yards -- 113 passing and minus-6 rushing. Tony Brown was their leading rusher with 6 yards. SHSU led 63-0 at halftime and the final score was the Bearkats' largest margin of victory since defeating Brooke Medical 83-0 in 1949. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Ty BrockCentral Michigan
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