It seemed like just another team meeting in the McCareins Room at the Yordon Center Saturday, August 16. Take a look at behind the scenes footage of the Huskies unveiling of their new uniforms on August 16, pranking the team before revealing them.
2015 • Second Team All-MAC selection and placed on Biletnikoff Award Watch List. • Played in all 14 games with 13 starts. • Led the Huskies with 1,129 receiving yards on 73 catches with 10 touchdowns. • Finished with the most receiving yards in a single season by any NIU football player since 2000, when Huskie legend Justin McCareins totalled 1,168 yards receiving. • Tallied career highs in catches (9) and receiving yards (213) in his first game as a Huskie in the 2015 season opener against UNLV (9-5), earning a MAC West Offensive Player of the Week nod. • Followed that up with eight catches for 144 receiving yards and two touchdowns versus Murray State (9-12). • Had six or more catches in each of the first six games of MAC play. • Hauled in six passes for 92 yards and scored twice, including his only rushing touchdown of the season, vs. Ball State (10-10). • Made eight receptions for 128 yards and caught a remarkable one-handed TD at Toledo (11-3) that was a SportsCenter Top-10 Play. • Accumulated 141 receiving yards on six catches with two scores, including a career-long 68-yard catch-and-run TD, at Buffalo (11-11). • Recorded 93 receiving yards with a TD vs. Western Michigan (11-18). • Caught six passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns against Ohio (11-24) to finish the regular season on a five-game scoring streak. • Had at least one catch in all 14 games, caught multiple passes in 13 games and recorded five or more receptions in nine contests.
2014 • Redshirted following his transfer from North Dakota to NIU. • Made a big impression in practices, earning NIU Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week for the Western Michigan game (11-28).
Prior to NIU • Caught 99 passes for 1,313 yards and nine touchdowns in two seasons at North Dakota. • Named to honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference following his sophomore season. • Led UND with 69 receptions, accounting for 884 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013. • Set a school record with 16 receptions and four receiving touchdowns against Northern Arizona (11/2/13). • Ran back a team-long 64-yard punt return for a touchdown against Valparaiso (8/29/13). • Hauled in 30 passes for 429 yards and a touchdown as a true freshman. High School • Garnered first team Blue Division All-Catholic League honors as a senior. • Caught 44 passes for 640 yards and nine touchdowns in 2011. Personal •Son of Kenneth Golladay and Stacy Wright. • General studies major.
GOLLADAY'S SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS
Receptions: 9, vs. UNLV, 9-5-15 Receiving Yards: 213, vs UNLV, 9-5-15 Touchdowns: 2, three times, last vs. Ohio, 11-24-15 Long Catch: 68, at Buffalo, 9-12-15 Carries: 4, vs. Boise State, Poinsettia Bowl, 12-23-15 Rushing Yards: 6, twice, last vs. Boise State, Poinsettia Bowl, 12-23-15