Both coaches satisfied with depth and talent
NIU coach Dave Doeren, CMU coach Dan Enos and NIU players
Annual awards show moves to DeKalb's historic Egyptian Theatre
NIU Looks to Build on Two-Game Winning Streak
105th Homecoming Game Kicks Off at 2:30 p.m.
Highlights from the Huskies historic game
Players and coach Rod Carey visit children at Baptist Children Hospital
Behind the scenes look at the new uniforms
Lots of sand, lots of food and jet skis.
The Huskies arrive in Miami
2011: Played in two games before missing the remainder of the season with a bicep injury. Made two tackles against Wisconsin (9-17) at Soldier Field. Grabbed his first career interception on a batted pass in the fourth quarter versus his home state school. Notched his lone solo tackle of the season against Cal Poly (9-24).
2010: Played in six games on the interior defensive line as a redshirt freshman. Saw his first collegiate action at home versus North Dakota (9-11) and recorded a three-yard tackle for loss for his only tackle of the year. Also played in home games versus Buffalo (10-16), Central Michigan (10-23) and Toledo (11-9) and on the road at Akron (10-2) and Ball State (11-20).
High School: Earned first team all-state honors from the Associated Press, Eau Claire Leader and the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association. Shrine Bowl participant served as team captain and was elected team MVP as a senior. Two-time WFCA All-Northwest first team and three-time first team all-conference selection. Saw action on both sides of the line and at fullback. Recorded 66 tackles, 16 sacks, caused eight fumbles, recovered seven and blocked two kicks as a senior. Ran the ball 20 times for 150 yards and scored twice. Twelve-time letterwinner in football, wrestling and track. As a wrestler, was a three-time state placewinner at 285 pounds with 106 career pins and a 152-21 record. Also on the mat, was a two-time Greco-All American and Greco National placewinner, and holds the fastest pin in Wisconsin at four seconds. As a track and field athlete, qualified twice for the state championships in the shot put and once in the discus.
Personal: Born March 28, 1991 in Maplewood, Minn. Son of John and Cheryl McMahon. Physical education major. Huskie Scholar holds a 3.226 GPA. Spends time coaching children's wrestling and as a referee. Admires Reggie White and Dan Gable.
ANDERSON'S CAREER GAME HIGHS
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