1989 box scores and Andre Ware’s season stats

These are newspaper box scores, individual stats, and specifically, Andre Ware’s stats and NCAA records from the University of Houston’s 1989 football season. Andre Ware won the Heisman Trophy on December 2, 1989, just hours after helping the Coogs beat Rice, 64-0. UH finished #14 in the AP Poll that season.

Read our story about Andre’s 1989 Heisman Trophy win with a full photo and newspaper clips gallery.
 

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Game 1: UNLV

 

Game 2: Arizona State

 

Game 3: Temple

 

Game 4: Baylor

 

Game 5: Texas A&M

 

Game 6: SMU

 

Game 7: Arkansas

 

Game 8: TCU

 

Game 9: Texas

 

Game 10: Texas Tech

 

Game 11: Rice

Andre’s game-by-game stats

Att/Comp/IntPass YardsPass TDs 
UNLV30/48/13905
Arizona St40/68/44972
Temple30/45/04177
Baylor33/53//15146
Texas A&M28/52/32471
SMU25/41/15176
Arkansas34/46/03523
TCU42/63/04776
Texas29/47/24114
Texas Tech36/63/24754
Rice36/51/14002
SEASON365/578/15469946

Ware also rushed for a touchdown against each of UNLV, Texas Tech, and Rice.


 


 

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