Stuckey Leads Jayhawks In East-West Shrine Game

Jan. 23, 2010

ORLANDO, Fla. – Kansas safety Darrell Stuckey recorded a game-high tying seven tackles to top the performances of three Jayhawks who played in the annual East-West Shrine football all-star game Saturday.

Stuckey registered six solo tackles and one assist for seven total to lead the West team. Kam Chancellor led the East with identical numbers.

“Given the number of reps we were given in the all-star game, I felt like I played really well,” Stuckey said. “Of course I made some mistakes, but I feel like I was a credit to my team, especially on special teams.”

Two of Stuckey’s seven tackles came on punt coverage.

Quarterback Todd Reesing was one of three quarterbacks for the West team. He completed two of five attempts for 11 yards with one interception. He also rushed twice for 11 yards, matching the second-best yardage total on the West.

Jayhawk wide receiver Kerry Meier did not record any statistics in the game.

The East won the game 13-10 when Andrew Quarless caught a two-yard pass from Mike Kafka with six seconds left in the game.