CAREER -- Seventh all-time at Auburn in receiving yards by a running back ... Has 398 for his career.
2006 -- ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV First Team ... Finished with 13 receptions for 239 yards and 27 carries for 98 yards ... Provided both of Auburn's touchdowns in the Cotton Bowl, catching a 9-yard TD and rushing for a 1-yarder against Nebraska ... Caught two passes for 60 yards, including a 37-yarder, against Alabama ... Named the Coaches' Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts against the Crimson Tide ... Ran the ball twice against Georgia, finishing with 10 yards ... Caught three passes for 41 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown reception from Brandon Cox in the third quarter, against Arkansas State ... Also rushed twice for 3 yards against the Indians, scoring on a 1-yard run earlier in the third quarter ... Rushed three times for 13 yards against Ole Miss and caught one pass for 23 yards ... Did not play against Tulane ... Caught one pass for 24 yards against Florida ... Caught one pass for 13 yards and rushed once for 4 yards against Arkansas ... Rushed three times for 22 yards against South Carolina ... Posted two carries and a 54-yard reception in the third quarter against Buffalo that set up a Tre Smith touchdown ... Caught a 19-yard pass down the left side from Brandon Cox in the third quarter against LSU that got Auburn to the Tigers' 2 ... The play set up Cox's 1-yard QB sneak ... Named the Coaches' Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against LSU ... Rushed four times for 10 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown rush with three minutes left in the fourth quarter, against Washington State.
2005 -- Saw action in nine games ... Played against Wisconsin in the Capital One Bowl, but did not figure statistically ... Missed the Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky games due to injury ... Had a 25-yard reception against Ole Miss ... Posted nine carries for 15 yards, including a 13-yarder, against South Carolina ... Rushed eight times for 51 yards and one touchdown against Ball State ... 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the Cardinals was Stewart's first of the season and third of his career ... Finished with a team-high 38 yards on nine carries against Mississippi State ... Season-high 19-yard rush came late in the first quarter and placed the Tigers on the Bulldogs' 15-yard line ... Rushed five times against Georgia Tech for 24 yards ... Posted a 14-yarder in the second quarter against the Yellow Jackets.
2005 SPRING -- Received the Most Improved Offensive Skill Player Award from the coaching staff after spring drills.
2004 -- Saw time in all 13 games ... Finished with 39 carries for 184 yards (4.7 avg.) and two touchdowns ... Scored a touchdown on a 1-yard run against Kentucky ... Gained 36 yards on nine carries against Arkansas ...Named the Coaches' Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Arkansas ... Rushed for 91 yards and first career touchdown on a 1-yard run against The Citadel ... Had six carries for 45 yards against Louisiana Tech.
2003 -- Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL -- High School Coach: George Quarles ... Rushed for 1,585 yards on 172 carries and a school-record 28 touchdowns as a senior ... Helped lead Maryville to its third consecutive Class 4A state championship as a senior ... Rushed for 173 yards on 23 carries in the state championship en route to being named the game's Most Valuable Player ... Scored 21 touchdowns and totaled 1,430 yards rushing as a junior ... Finished career with 3,491 yards and 50 touchdowns ... Named the Tennessee Class 4A Mr. Football Back of the Year ...Tennessee Sports Writers class 4A first-team All-State ... Associated Press All-State first team for all divisions ... Orlando Sentinel All-Southern Team ... Rated the ninth best running back in the nation by ESPN/Tom Lemming ... PrepStar All-Region honorable mention selection ... Knoxville News Sentinel Tennessee Top 25 ... Also competed in the decathlon and sprints on the track team ... Finished fifth in the state in the decathlon as a junior.
PERSONAL -- Born May 30, 1985 ... Son of Marjorie and Dexter Stewart ... One sister, Keri, 30 ... Earned his degree in political science in Spring 2006.
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