A three-year starter, Kush started all 11 games this season and finished his career with 32 combined starts at left tackle and center. This year, he anchored an offensive line that helped Cal U average 33.0 points, 130.7 rushing yards and 423.5 yards of total offense per game. For the season, Cal U allowed only 13 sacks on 430 pass attempts - the second-most in school history. Kush was an All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) First-Team selection as a senior and recently received all-region honors from both Daktronics (Second Team) and Don Hansen (Third Team). A native of Bridgeville, Pa., Kush was the only player from the PSAC invited to the East-West Shrine Game.
DeMichela Award ? started 12 games at center ? member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2011) ?
Started nine games at left tackle ? member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Fall 2010)
Played in 15 games as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams ? member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Spring 2010)
Medical redshirt ? appeared in two games as a true freshman ? made college debut against Lake Erie ? member of Cal U AD Honor Roll (Spring 2009)
Played at Chartiers Valley ? second-team all-state, first-team all-conference, East-West All-Star
On a Personal Note: Son of Eric and Chris Kush ? majoring in justice studies (forensic science)
Son of Eric and Chris Kush ... majoring in justice studies (forensic science).