Played in 10 of 12 games with seven starts at right end on the defensive line...Ended his career starting 19 of the last 25 contests...Sixth on the team in TFLs with 3.5 for a loss of 10 yards...Finished the season with 11 tackles, including seven solo, and had one sack for a loss of three yards, a fumble recovery and a 62-yard interception return...One tackle in the season opener against Ole Miss was a sack of Jeven Snead for a loss of three yards on third down in the third quarter to force a punt...Made two solo tackles, including a TFL for a loss of three yards against Middle Tennessee...TFL came on 3rd-and-5 at the end of the first quarter to force a punt...Recovered his second career fumble against the Raiders in the second quarter and his first since 2005 against UTEP...Started but did not register a tackle against UT Martin and Marshall...Returned his first career interception for 62 yards against UCF, and returned it to the UCF13...Had two solo tackles against the Knights...Made a season high three tackles against UTEP, including a TFL for a loss of three yards...All three tackles held the Miners to three yards or less...Made one assisted tackle at Southern Miss...Played but did not start against East Carolina breaking a streak of 16-straight starts...Missed the Tennessee and UAB games with an injury...Returned against Houston, but did not record a tackle...Made two tackles against Tulsa, including an assist on a TFL for a loss of two yards...Also had a solo tackle on a 4th-and-1 to hold the Golden Hurricane short of the first down, which gave Memphis the ball at their own 32-yard line.
Played in all 13 games with 12 starts on the defensive line at right end...Tied for third on the team in sacks with two...Closed out the season with 24 tackles, 13 of which were solo stops...Registered multiple tackles in seven games...Started the Ole Miss game on the defensive front at right end and logged one tackle for a loss of a yard...Assisted on one tackle for lost yardage against Rice, combining with Winston Bowens in the third quarter...Logged a season high four tackles, two of which were solo stops, versus Arkansas State...Matched his season high with four tackles and two solo stops against UAB...Logged his first sack of the season for a 10-yard loss in the third quarter that resulted in a three-and-out for the Blazers...Had two tackles with a pass breakup against Louisville...Deflected a pass by Hunter Cantwell that was intercepted by Deante Lamar in the first quarter and led to a Memphis touchdown...Both tackles resulted in gains of a yard or less...Again matched his season high with four tackles versus ECU...Sacked Rob Kass for a loss of nine yards in the third quarter...The four tackles resulted in a combined loss of four yards...Forced his first career fumble in the first quarter against Tulane...Memphis recovered the ball at the Tulane 40 and went on to score on the ensuing drive.
Played in all 13 games on the defensive line...Logged at least one tackle in all but the Rice contest...Tied for third on the team in sacks with two...Registered two tackles in the season opener against Ole Miss...Also had a pass breakup versus the Rebels...Credited with his first career sack versus Arkansas State...Dropped ASU's Corey Leonard for a loss of 10 yards that brought up 4th-and-24 and a punt situation...Logged second sack of the season against Marshall...Dropped Bernard Morris for a loss of a yard in the first quarter...Matched a career high with four tackles against Middle Tennesee, including a career best three solo stops and a tackle for a loss of a yard...Dropped MTSU's Dwight Dasher for a loss of a yard on 2nd-and-4 from the Memphis 24 yard-line late in the fourth quarter...Two plays later forced Middle to turn the ball over on downs with a key tackle on 4th-and-5 from the Memphis 23...Registered multiple tackles in the next four straight games...Closed out the season with a career-high five tackles, including four solo stops, in the New Orleans Bowl...Finished the season with 27 tackles and had multiple tackles in eight games.
Played in 10 of the Tigers' 12 games in 2006...Missed UAB contest with a shoulder injury...Made his collegiate debut against Ole Miss and totaled one tackle in the game...Logged four tackles against Tennessee...Started against Arkansas State at right end and was credited with two tackles...Matched his season high with four stops against Tulsa in his second start of the season...Recorded two tackles against USM and another four against UCF a week later...Tallied one stop versus Houston in the Tigers' final home game...Recovered a UTEP fumble forced by Van Houston in the win over the Miners...Ended the season with 18 tackles...Was one of the recipients of the Chris Faros Most Improved Player Awards for Spring 2007.
Joined the Tigers after originally signing with Ole Miss...Left Ole Miss in August...Was not eligible to play in 2005 because of transfer rules, but was allowed to practice with the team.
Earned recognition in Tiger 3.0 Club for spring 2006 semester.
Lettered for four years at Banneker High School under coach James Fletcher...Selected as team captain...Credited with 96 tackles, including 12 QB sacks, as a senior...Was an all-city, all-metro, and Super 11 selection...Also named Super 11 Player of the Week...Lettered in wrestling and track...Helped track squad to a regional championship...Was captain of his wrestling team and had 20-3 record in the heavyweight division.
Lynn Brown is the son of Walter and Juliette Brown...Born September 10, 1986.