Three-year player who started 23 games over final two seasons at TE - was reserve OLB as sophomore - was 81-1,281, 8 TDs receiving for career - started 13 games as junior and was 43-742, 4 TDs receiving - was 5-67 vs. Utah State and 4-88 at Penn State - was 3-116, 2 TDs (7t, 95t) vs. Purdue - 95t snare tied for longest reception in school history (WR-Quinn Early, 1987) - was 5-82 at Indiana, 5-68 at Michigan and 5-97, 1 TD (23t) vs. Wisconsin - was 3-45, 1 TD (28t) vs. Northwestern - was 4-97 in Orange Bowl against Southern Cal - was consensus All-America and All-Big Ten first-team choice - won Mackey Award given to nations top TE - started 10 of 12 games as sophomore and was 38-539, 4 TDs receiving - had five tackles on special teams - was 4-74, 2 TDs (18t, 32t) vs. Miami (Ohio) - was 7-116 vs. Penn State and recovered late onside kick to preserve win - was 4-55 vs. Indiana - had 5t reception vs. Michigan and 15t reception (4-96) vs. Minnesota - was 4-30 in Alamo Bowl against Texas Tech - was All-Big Ten honorable mention - saw action at LB and on special teams as freshman - had six tackles, three solo - did not see action in 1999 - was red-shirt walk-on in 1998.
name is Dallas Dean Clark - born in Livermore, Iowa - attended Twin
River Valley High School - had 160 tackles as senior and 140 stops as
junior - was second-team all-state LB as senior and honorable mention
all-state as junior - was team captain as senior and was MVP in final
two seasons - earned four letters in football, basketball and
track and five letters in baseball - single -