Romar Crenshaw to join the Yard Dawgz

12-18-07 - Former Southeastern Oklahoma State football standout Romar Crenshaw was assigned to the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz of the Arena Football 2 league, which features teams in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

Crenshaw, a 6-0 wide receiver/defensive back, spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons on the practice squad for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League and was with the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos during their 2006 training camp.

Prior to joining the professional ranks, Crenshaw had an outstanding career for Southeastern Oklahoma State University Savage Storm (2000-2003).

While at SOSU, Crenshaw became the school's all-time leading receiver with 3,133 yards and was a finalist for the prestigious Harlon Hill Trophy, an award given annually to the top player in Division II.

Crenshaw is known as one of the most a ccomplished receivers in Lone Star Conference history and was chosen as one of the conference's top 75 players of all-time. He holds LSC records for receiving yards per game (92.1), receiving yards per catch (23.2), receiving TDs (33), all-purpose yards in a single game (350), and was the 2001 scoring leader with 114 points.

The Yard Dawgz open the 2008 season on April 5, 2008, when they host the Arkansas Twisters at 7:05 p.m.