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Tulsa's Dupy Plays in All-Star Game Today

Trent Dupy congratulates fellow senior Alex Singleton on a touchdown run in the C-USA Championship Game victory over UCF.
Trent Dupy congratulates fellow senior Alex Singleton on a touchdown run in the C-USA Championship Game victory over UCF.
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Jan. 19, 2013

Montgomery, Alabama - University of Tulsa center offensive center Trent Dupy will play in today's Raycom College Football All-Star Classic, which kicks off at 2:00 pm (CT) at the Cramton Bowl. The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network.

The 6'2", 285-pound Dupy arrived on Monday and began workouts with the rest of the college seniors trying to impress professional scouts.

Dupy, from Enid, Okla., was a four-year starter at center for the Golden Hurricane, starting 50 of 52 games played. He was rushed into the starting center slot as a true freshman and never relinquished the job. Dupy was named to the Rimington Award Watch List at the start of both is junior and senior seasons. He was a second-team all-Conference USA performer as a senior, while grading out over 90-percent in nine contests.

Fellow senior Alex Singleton, a 6'1", 260-pound running back from LaPlace, Louisiana, has been invited to play in the 2013 Probound Sportswear Florida Bowl on March 23 at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Singleton, also a four-year player for the Hurricane, holds school records for total touchdowns (44) and rushing touchdowns (43). As a senior, Singleton was Tulsa's third-leading rusher with 800 yards and a school record 24 rushing touchdowns on 202 carries, while his 150 points is also a single-season record. He completed his career with 1,482 rushing yards.

As a seniors, Dupy and Singleton helped lead Tulsa to an overall 11-3 record, the Conference USA Championship and a 31-17 victory over Iowa State in the 54th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl on December 31st.