Shane Buechele is 1.85 m tall.
Shane Buechele is an American football quarterback who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, Shane Buechele was born on January 8, 1998, in Kansas City, Missouri (NFL). He began his collegiate football career in Texas before transferring to Southern Methodist University.
Buechele went to Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas, where he was a standout athlete on the football and baseball fields, among other things. During his quarterbacking career, he threw for 6,379 yards and 73 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,805 yards and 21 more scores on the ground.
Buechele was regarded as one of the top quarterback recruits in his class and was invited to compete in the Elite 11 quarterback competition, where he impressed the coaches with his accuracy, ultimately placing second overall in the competition. Despite growing up in a pro-Oklahoma Sooner household, Buechele chose to play college football with the rival Texas Longhorns instead.
Buechele and Tyrone Swoopes battled for the Longhorns’ starting quarterback job in 2016. He started his first career game against 10th-ranked Notre Dame, becoming only the second true freshman to do so for Texas since Bobby Layne in 1944.
Buechele led the unranked Longhorns to a 50–47 double-overtime victory in the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium’s history. [required] The game became an instant classic. Buechele threw for 280 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Against West Virginia in Week 10, Buechele passed Colt McCoy for the most throwing yards by a freshman. Buechele has 2,958 passing yards, 21 passing touchdowns, and 11 interceptions as a freshman.
Buechele replaced Ben Hicks, who transferred to the University of Arkansas, after graduating from Texas. Buechele started for the Mustangs against Arkansas State. In the 37–30 win, he completed 30 of 49 passes for 360 yards and one interception.