The Tops begin spring practice March 17.
Brandon Doughty threw five first-half touchdown passes for Western Kentucky.
Brandon Doughty threw for 365 in one half of action.
Antonio Andrews runs for over 200 yards and scores three touchdowns in victory.
2014 (r-So.): In his redshirt sophomore season, change of pace back Wales tallied 536 yards on 82 rushing attempts for a team-high 6.3 yards per carry to go along with five touchdowns over 11 games. He earned two starts, the first of his career, against FAU and LA Tech. Wales also hauled in 15 receptions for 127 yards. His 75-yard touchdown run against UAB was WKU's longest since 2007 until Leon Allen busted an 80-yarder versus Army later in the season. Wales was WKU's workhorse against UAB, rushing for a career-high 138 yards on 14 carries and three touchdowns to contribute to his overall 151 all-purpose yards that game, also a career-best. He was a key part of WKU's win at Navy, splitting carries with Allen, as he produced 60 yards rushing and 39 receiving. He also led WKU's rushing attack against Central Michigan in the Popeyes Bahama Bowl with 95 yards on 14 carries. Wales recorded a career-high 42 receiving yards in a win over Old Dominion.
2013 (r-Fr.): Wales saw action in all 12 games, tallying 17 carries for 112 yards and two touchdowns on the season. Against Morgan State, he rushed 11 times for 65 yards and one touchdown. In the Texas State game, he had five rushes for 46 yards and one touchdown. He finished the season fifth on the team with 382 all-purpose yards.
2012 (Fr.): Wales redshirted in his first season on The Hill.
HS/Misc.: Wales finished his illustrious career at Central High School in Louisville ranked third in KHSAA history in career rushing yards with 8,213 yards - 12 yards behind Derek Homer's mark for second place all-time. He finished his career with 114 touchdowns. Wales led Louisville Central to its second-consecutive Class 3A State Championship in 2011, rushing for 2,784 yards in his senior season despite missing almost two complete games. He had 40 rushing touchdowns in his senior season posted over 400 yards receiving with four receiving touchdowns. Wales was rated as the 14th-best all-purpose running back in the nation by Rivals.com and tabbed as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com. He was named First-Team All-State and the District Player of the Year in 2011 and was honored by the Lexington Herald-Leader as a member of the Class of the Commonwealth.