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Ryan Mallett was born June 5, 1988, nicknamed "Big Tex" and is a quarterback for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Mallett spent his freshman year at the University of Michigan.

It was announced on February 17 that Mallett had suffered a left foot injury in a change of direction conditioning drill. The junior had successful surgery later that day, and a planned second surgery was announced on June 9. Mallett missed the Razorback spring game and spring drills, but he did not miss fall camp. During the off season, Mallett was named one of college football's most irreplaceable players by ESPN.com, and he appeared on College Football Live. At the SEC's 2010 Media Days conference, Mallett became the first Arkansas quarterback to be named preseason first-team All-SEC by the SEC coaches. He has been listed as the frontrunner for the Davey O'Brien Award by The Sporting News and a potential Heisman Trophy candidate. He was also named a preseason All-SEC quarterback and preseason All-American quarterback by numerous organizations.

Mallett's performance in 2009 has led to higher expectations in 2010. The junior has stated that he wishes to change the mindset of Arkansas fans into that of a winning program. The confident Mallett has been quoted saying, "I'm looking for 14," when asked about how many wins the 2010 Razorbacks can achieve.

On September 4, 2010, Mallet completed 21-of-24 passes setting an Arkansas school record for completion percentage in a game. The completion percentage also ranks second all-time in SEC football history. Mallett contributed 301 passing yards, as well, with a total of 8 receivers recording catches. Arkansas defeated Tennessee Tech in the game 44-3.

Mallett finished seventh in voting for the 2010 Heisman Trophy.

On August 31, 2014 Mallett was traded to the Houston Texans for a conditional 6th round pick or 7th round pick. On November 5, 2014 Mallett was named as the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans by head coach Bill O'Brien, replacing Ryan Fitzpatrick, who was moved down one slot to 2nd on the depth chart. During week 11 of the 2014 season, Mallett started his first game against the Cleveland Browns where he threw his first touchdown pass to J.J. Watt. He went 20 of 30 with 2 passing touchdowns and a 95.3 passer rating in the win over the Cleveland Browns 23-7. On November 23, Mallett tore his pectoral muscle against the Cincinnati Bengals, ending his season.

Mallett returned in 2015, battling for the starting quarterback position against former teammate Brian Hoyer. He ended up losing the competition to Hoyer, however he replaced Hoyer in the fourth quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 1. Head coach Bill O'Brien announced afterward that Mallett would replace Hoyer as the starting quarterback. In week 2 he completed 27 of his 58 passes for 244 yards 1 touchdown and 1 interception in a 24-17 loss to the Carolina Panthers. In week 3 against Atlanta, Mallett was benched for Hoyer with the Texans trailing 42-0, and Hoyer would lead the team to 21 points in a 48-21 loss. Despite Hoyer's success in the game, Mallett was named the starter for week 5 against the Colts. During the Colts game, Mallett was injured and was replaced by Hoyer for the remainder of the game. Hoyer threw for 2 touchdowns but also threw a costly interception to give the Colts a 27-20 victory.

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