Missouri State defenders force four turnovers, produce three scores
A proven winner and valuable asset for the program's future, Lambert enters the fall as the Bears' No. 3 signal caller ... Was 4-for-6 for 52 yards in Maroon and White Game (4/20/13) ... For the spring series, he completed 8-of-19 passes for 80 yards.
2012: Redshirted his first year at Missouri State ... Earned MSU Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week laurels for the season opener at Kansas State (9/1/12).
High School: Helped the James Martin High Warriors in Arlington, Texas, to the Texas Division I Class 5A quarterfinals and a 12-2 record as a senior ... Lost to eventual state champion Carroll in the 2011 quarterfinals ... Earned all-district first-team honors in 2011 for Coach Bob Wager's squad and was invited to the TCU Elite 11 QB Camp ... Was 16-for-21 for 299 yards and a pair of TDs in the 2011 season opener vs. Plano West ... Threw for 3 TDs against Flower Mound in week 3 ... Engineered an offense that produced 40.4 points per game his senior year ... Finished 2011 season 99-for-200 passing for 1,469 yards and 15 TDs and also rushed for 232 yards and 4 scores ... Was also the team's primary punter as a junior and senior ... Was named MVP of the Red Bull Game Breakers National Championship 7-on-7 Tournament in the summer of 2011 ... Backed up Michigan-bound Russell Bellomy as a sophomore and junior ... Made the playoffs and finished 10-3 and 9-4, respectively, his junior and sophomore seasons.
Personal: Brodie William Lambert was born 11/23/93 in Arlington, Texas ... Son of Gregg and Kendra Lambert of Arlington ... Father played football at Texas Tech ... Has a brother, Jordan, and a sister Mallory ... Majoring in General Business.