2009 - Saw action in 13 games and made 12 starts ... Was on the pre-season Lombardi Watch List ... Received a substitute year of eligibility after being injured in the second game of the 2008 season at BYU ... Finished second on the team in tackles (77), which tied for 19th in the Pac-10 (5.9 average) ... Sixth on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss ... Honorable mention all-conference selection by the Pac-10 coaches ... Defensive Co-winner of UCLA's Jerry Long "Heart" Award ... Led the team with a career-best 2.0 tackles for loss v. San Diego State and totaled four tackles in all ... Had 10 stops at Tennessee, 0.5 for loss and two quarterback hurries ... Credited with a tackle assist on the fourth down stop at the one-yard line which preserved the win ... Second on the team with six stops against Kansas State ... Made eight tackles at Stanford ... Led the squad with nine stops versus Oregon ... Made seven tackles v. Cal, 1.5 for loss ... Started at middle linebacker at Arizona, but also saw action outside and tied for the team lead with eight tackles, one for loss ... Credited with four stops at Oregon State ... Made five tackles, 1.0 for loss against Washington ... Made three tackles at Washington State ... Had six tackles versus Arizona State ... Was not credited with a tackle at USC ... Made seven tackles in the bowl win over Temple, including 1.5 sacks.
2008 - Appeared in two games with two starts (Tennessee, BYU) ... Sprained his knee at BYU and missed the final 10 games of the season due to the injury ... Recorded five tackles against Tennessee, one for loss ... Played just the first half at BYU before injuring his knee ... Credited with four tackles and a forced fumble.
2007 - Appeared in all 13 games and started in seven ... Ranked fifth on the squad with 74 tackles ... Came off the bench to make two tackles in the opener at Stanford ... Against BYU, he made three tackles, one for loss ... At Utah, he recorded four tackles ... Made his first start of the year (second of his career) against Washington and finished with four tackles ... At Oregon State, he started and tied for the team lead with eight tackles, one for loss, and he also broke up a pass ... Against Notre Dame, he started and made four tackles ... Started versus California and made three tackles, one for loss, and also forced a fumble ... He started at Washington State and made 19 tackles, the most by a Bruin since Nov. 11, 1989, when Eric Turner made 21 against Oregon ... That total also tied him for eighth place on UCLA's single-game list ... Against Arizona, he made three tackles ... Against Oregon, he started and made five tackles ... Against USC, he made six tackles in a starting role ... He came off the bench in the Las Vegas Bowl (UCLA started in the nickel) and led the team with 12 tackles, including 0.5 sack and another 0.5 for loss.
2006 - Saw action in all 13 games, primarily as a special teams performer ... On the year, he made 13 tackles, including seven solos ... Against Arizona, played the entire second half in place of injured middle linebacker Christian Taylor and finished with four tackles ... Made his first career start against Oregon and made two tackle assists ... He made one tackle at California and one assisted tackle against Oregon State ... In the Emerald Bowl against Florida State, he tallied two tackles.
2005 - Bosworth saw action primarily on the kickoff and kickoff return special teams units, playing in eight games ... Made his debut against San Diego State, making one tackle ... Played in each of the first five games, mostly on special teams, but missed the Washington State, Oregon State and Stanford games due to an injured thumb ... He did not play at Arizona but saw action on special teams versus Arizona State, USC (two defensive snaps) and Northwestern.
HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football as a linebacker for coach Mike Hughes at Plano (TX) West Senior HS ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Rated No. 41 nationally among outside linebackers by rivals.com ... Nephew of former Oklahoma All-America linebacker Brian Bosworth ... Selected to play in the 2005 Coca-Cola Bowl ... Completed his career with 231 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, three interceptions, six fumble recoveries and one sack ... First-team All-District in the 2004 and 2003 seasons ... Co-Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 ... Named All-County MVP in 2003 ... All-County Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 ... First-team All-County selection in 2004 ...Honorable mention All-State in 2004 and 2003 ... Helped his team win its first city championship as a senior ... Two-star selection by scout.com ... As a senior, he made 115 stops, 12 tackles for loss, one sack and three interceptions ... Team won the 2004 Bi-District championship and was an Area finalist ... As a junior, was credited with 116 tackles, four tackles for loss and four fumble recoveries ...Named one of the top five underclassmen linebackers in Texas in 2002 by Dave Campbell ... Also lettered in track (discus, shot, 440 relay) for coaches Richard Grubbs and David Knauss ... Placed third in the District 8-5A discus with a mark of 143-5 1/2.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Kyle Louis Bosworth ... Born: November 21, 1986 in Irving, TX ... Parent: Robbie Bosworth ... Has one older sister, Amanda and a twin brother, Korey, who is also a member of the football team ... Uncle, Brian Bosworth, played at Oklahoma and with the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL ... Interested in a career in Medicine ... Director's Honor Roll Spring 2007, Spring 2008 and Winter 2009 ... Political Science major.
Varsity Statistics - B. Davis
Tackles: 19 at Washington State, 2007
Sacks: 1.5 vs. Temple, 2009
Tackles for Loss: 2.0 v. San Diego State, 2009