Current Dallas Cowboy and former WKU QB Mike White celebrates his 24th birthday today!
2013- White began his Career at the University of South Florida in 2013. He completed 93-175 passes for 1,083 yards with 3 Tds and 9 Ints.
2014- During White’s sophomore season he was named starting QB in fall camp and in 10 starts, he completed 122-242 passes for 1,639 yards with 8 Tds and 7 Ints.
2015- White transfers to Western Kentucky and must sit out a year due to NCAA transfer rules.
2016- White named the starting QB during fall camp. He started every game (14) he completed 280-416 passes for 4,363 yards with 37 Tds and 7 Ints. Leading the Hilltoppers to a (11-3) record, Conference USA champions, and a win in the Boca Raton Bowl over Memphis.
2017- White is named the starter under new HC Mike Sanford. He started every game completing 368-560 passes for 4,177 yards with 27 Tds and 8 Ints.
2018- White attends the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. He was then drafted in the 5th round (pick 171) to the Dallas Cowboys. With this pick White becomes the highest ever drafted QB in WKU football history.
Here are some of Mikes highlights at WKU: