Friday, March 26, 2010

Kendall Berry Florida football Player Stabbed To Death

Kendall Berry Florida International University running back Kendall Berry was found stabbed to death on the school’s Miami campus Thursday night. The Miami Herald reports that the circumstances behind the 22-year-old Berry’s death are unclear, but that it’s an isolated incident and the student body at large is not at risk.

Kendall Berry

Finished fourth on the team in rushing with 14 carries for 81 yards .caught eight passes for 83 yards played in all 12 games and totaled 164 all-purpose yards also added three tackles on special teams vs. North Texas Carried the ball a season-high three times for 16 yardsa nd caught one pass for a season-long 23 yards on FIU’s first scoring drive of the game vs FAU Ran the ball twice for 15 yards and made one tackle on special teams Made two tackles on special teams at Arkansas State Played but did not have any carries or receptions at Arkansas Played but did not have any carries or receptions at ULM Carried the ball twice for five yards vs. Troy Had one carry for one yard and caught one pass for 19 yards.

Kendall Berry

Florida International University football player Kendall Berry, 22, was stabbed to death on the university campus Thursday night, the school said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kendall’s family,” said FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg. “We are here to support them and our entire university community as all of us come to terms with this tragedy.”

Grew into the Haines City triple-option offense as its quarterback in his last two seasons after playing the running back position as a sophomore when he led the Hornets with 705 yards rushing passed for 410 yards and four touchdowns while carrying the ball 124 times for 950 yards, an average of 95.1 yards per game, and 10 touchdowns also returned two punts for 68 total yards led Haines City in scoring rushing and total offense.

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