Houston receiver Patrick Edwards had 4 touchdown receptions in a 48-16 win at Tulsa.
Houston’s Patrick Edwards had 318 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns in Houston’s 73-34 win over Rice.
Houston receivers Patrick Edwards and James Cleveland both went over 100 yards receiving as the Cougars fell in a shootout with Southern Miss. Edwards lead the air attack with seven catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns while Cleveland added nine grabs for 115 yards and a score.
Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards was a one-man wrecking crew against the Central Florida secondary as he finished the game with 11 catches for 173 yards and three touchdowns.
Freshman quarterback David Piland appears to have found his favorite target in wide receiver Patrick Edwards as he connected with him nine times for 169 yards and three touchdowns against Rice.
Before Case Keenum left the game with what appeared to be a head injury, his favorite target of the night was speedster Patrick Edwards. Edwards finished his night with six catches for 118 yards. Edwards had numerous chances to score, but was held out of the end zone.
Today marks the anniversary of Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards' gruesome collision with a sideline cart, breaking Edwards' leg in two places (click on the link below if you dare). The date, however, doesn't seem to bother Edwards as he says he is starting to have fun again. “I felt like my old self,” Edwards also said.
Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards had nine receptions for 123 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 38-15 victory over SMU.
“I'm ready to play,” Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards (broken leg) said . “I'm just ready to go out there and play.”
Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards caught two passes for 17 yards in Saturday's scrimmage. Afterward Edwards said he is "110 percent".
"Patrick Edwards is coming back next season and I'm going to pick up where I left off," the Houston wide receiver said referring to himself in the third person during an interview with FOX 26 Sports. Edwards has been held out of contact drills so far this spring.
Wide receiver Patrick Edwards (broken leg) will participate in non-contact drills when Houston opens up their spring camp on March 24.
Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards, who broke his leg in the nationally televised game at Marshall when he ran into a cart just out of the end zone, has returned to the hospital.
Wide receiver Patrick Edwards suffered a compound fracture to his right leg after running into a cart parked just outside the back of the end zone.