George Bias
George  Bias


Houston, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 305

Offensive Line


2011 First-Team College Sports Madness All-America, Three-Time All-SLC; Two-Time First-Team All-SLC


`Jacks Place Three on Phil Steele All-America Team

Bias, Crawford and Jefferson receive national attention


Bias, Crawford Receive AP All-America Honors

Offensive lineman George Bias receives first-team honor


Bias, Jefferson Receive All-America Nod

SFA duo receives College Sports Madness All-America honors


21 Lumberjacks Receive All-SLC Recognition

Willie Jefferson named SLC Newcomer of the Year


'Jacks Prepare to Host Southeastern Louisiana on Senior Night

SFA football goes in search of fourth consecutive victory Saturday

•One of the top returning linemen in the country

•Has played in 37 games, earning 33 starts during his career

•A two-time All-SLC honoree who garnered first-team recognition last season

2010 (Junior): Named first-team All-Southland Conference ... Played in and started all 12 games at left tackle ... Graded out at 92 percent on the season ... Helped protect 2010 Walter Payton Award winner and two-time SLC Player of the Year Jeremy Moses ... 'Jacks led the nation in passing offense for a second consecutive season ... SFA finished the year ranked among the nation's top 20 in sacks allowed surrendering only 13 sacks while putting the ball in the air more than 600 times.

2009 (Sophomore): Garnered honorable mention All-SLC honors ... Played in and started all 13 games ... Helped produce one of the top offenses in the nation ... `Jacks finished the year ranked first in the country in passing offense, second total offense, sixth in scoring offense and 10th in sacks allowed ... A member of an offensive line that helped protect 2009 SLC Player of the Year Jeremy Moses, and block for an all-conference running back (Vincent Pervis).

2008 (Redshirt): Played in all 12 games, earning eight starts on the season ... Worked his way into the starting lineup at right tackle during the fourth game of the season ... Recorded 12 pancake blocks and allowed only two sacks ... Graded out at 88 percent ... The Lumberjack offense threw for more than 4,000 yards last season.

2007 (Freshman): Utilized his redshirt season.

High School: A powerful lineman with a huge upside ... A second-team all-district selection ... Lists his best individual performance against Clear Brook, where he recorded five pancake blocks ... Has recorded a bench press of 340 pounds.

Personal: Son of Bobby and Lydia Bias.


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