IAN SEAU-OUTSIDE LINEBACKER-NEVADA NFL bloodline. Nephew of the late great Junior Seau. Ian has the pass-rush ability to make a name for himself at the next level. Possesses an explosive first step and is often the first player off the line of scrimmage. Locates the ball quickly and is relentless in pursuit. Does rely on athleticism too often, but flashes good hand technique and...
Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Name: Ian Seau Position: DE/OLB School: Nevada Height: 6’3” Weight: 256lbs Disclaimer...
When you hear the name “Seau,” you immediately think of one of the greatest linebackers in NFL history, correct? Yes, Junior Seau will always be remembered as one of the greatest players to ever strap on a helmet in the NFL, but his legacy may be able to live on through one talented family member. Nevada linebacker Ian Seau was one of the more talented defensive players in the...
Nevada (6-6, Mountain West) vs. Colorado State (7-5, Mountain West), 5:30 p.m. MST, American Sports Network. Line: Colorado State by 3. Series Record: Colorado State leads 11-2. WHAT'S AT STAKE The inaugural Arizona Bowl is the first non-playoff bowl to have two teams from the same conference since the 1979 Orange Bowl with Nebraska and Oklahoma. Neither team wanted to be stuck...
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December 28, 2015 | Discuss
Colorado State (7-5, Mountain West) vs Nevada (6-6, Mountain West), Dec. 29, 7:30 p.m. LOCATION: Tucson, Arizona. TOP PLAYERS Colorado State: QB Nick Stevens, 2,369 yards, 21 TDs passing. Nevada: DE Ian Seau, 9.0 sacks. NOTABLE Colorado State: The Rams won their final four games to become bowl eligible in their first season under Mike Bobo after a 3-5 start. ... Colorado State...
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December 06, 2015 | Discuss
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