Andrew Szczerba, TE

School: Penn State  |  Conference: BIG10
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Wilmington, DE
Height/Weight: 6-7 / 262 lbs.
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The 2006 Gatorade Player-of-the-Year in Delaware, he also was first-team allstate on offense and defense. During his senior season, Szczerba made 12 receptions for 300 yards and four touchdowns. He also recorded 50 tackles, with six sacks, and one interception. Rated the No. 12 prep tight end in the nation, Szczerba was a team captain, a first-team allconference honoree and played in the 2007 Blue-Gold game. He is one of three returnees from Delaware.
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09/14/2011 - Penn State led 3-0 for most of the first quarter, keeping Alabama's offense in check with aggressive defensive play and moving the football with moderate success against a tough Crimson Tide defense. But some missed opportunities by the defense and inconsistent execution and three turnovers by the offense allowed Alabama to pull away. Still, the Nittany Lions liked the effort they saw from themselves when they reviewed the game film. "You could tell we were playing real tough," defensive tackle Jordan Hill said. "We weren't backing down from them at all." The Nittany Lions will go on the road for the first time this week, visiting a Temple team that blasted its first two opponents (Villanova and Akron) by the average margin of 37 points. If Penn State doesn't bounce back from a disheartening loss, the Owls could present more than a few problems. "We can definitely play a lot better and we have to with the tough schedule that we have," Szczerba said. "The biggest thing is to just get over that game. We've got to learn from it, and if anything, it's got to make us hungrier than we were last week." - The Sports Xchange

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