Pat Angerer, Iowa Height: 6-1. Weight: 233. Projected 40 Time: 4.68. Projected Round (2010): 6-7. 2/19/09: Pat Angerer, a member of the All-Big Ten Second Team, collected 107 tackles, 6.5 TFL, three passes broken up and five intercepions He came up big in the Penn State game I would not mind spending a 6 -7 Rder on him 3-4 can never have enuf LBers 2008 Honors - - Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches . . . second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . Big Ten defensive Player of the Week vs. Wisconsin . . . Hustle Team Award, defense . . . 2008 - - Ranked second in the Big Ten and tied for 28th nationally in interceptions at .38 per game . . . ranked sixth in the Big Ten with 8.2 tackles per game . . . led team in tackles with 107 stops, including 45 solo tackles and 62 assists . . . listed as co-first team MIKE linebacker following spring practice . . . saw action in 46-3 opening win over Maine as defense allowed just 83 passing yards and 220 yards total offense . . . recorded four solo stops and one assist vs. Maine, along with first career interception and three yard return . . . saw action in 42-0 win over Florida International as defense allowed just 56 rushing yards and 218 yards total offense . . . had one pass interception and 12 yard return vs. FIU . . . earned first career start at middle linebacker in 17-5 win over Iowa State as defense allowed just 73 rushing yards . . . recorded career-best seven tackles vs. ISU, including two solo tackles and five assists . . . started at middle linebacker in 21-20 loss at Pittsburgh, recording team-high seven tackles, including four solo stops and three assists, along with two QB pressures . . . started at middle linebacker in 22-17 loss to Northwestern . . . career-best 11 tackles vs. Northwestern, including 10 solo stops, along with two pass break-ups and one QB pressure . . . started at linebacker in 16-13 loss at Michigan State as defense held second leading rusher in the nation to 91 net rushing yards . . . matched career-high 11 tackles for second straight week, including five solo stops and a tackle for loss . . . started at linebacker in 45-9 win at Indiana as defense allowed just 95 rushing yards and 286 yards total offense . . . recorded five solo tackles vs. the Hoosiers . . . started at linebacker in 38-16 win over Wisconsin . . . reached career-bests in tackles (16) and pass interceptions (two) vs. Wisconsin, recording three solo stops and 13 assists . . . returned two fourth quarter interceptions 19 yards against the Badgers in earning league Player of the Week honors . . . started at linebacker in 27-24 loss at Illinois as defense allowed just 60 net rushing yards . . . recorded five solo tackles and four assists at Illinois, including a shared tackle for loss . . . started at linebacker in 24-23 win over third-ranked Penn State . . . collected 12 tackles vs. Penn State, including three solo stops and nine assists, and recorded 1.5 tackles for loss as defense allowed just 289 yards total offense . . . started at linebacker in 22-17 win over Purdue as defense allowed just 86 net rushing yards . . . recorded nine tackles, including two solo stops and seven assists vs. Purdue, along with pass interception at Iowa five-yardline in the fourth quarter . . . also recorded 1.5 tackles for loss vs. Boilermakers . . . started at linebacker in 55-0 win at Minnesota as defense allowed seven rushing yards and 134 yards total offense while posting second shutout of the season . . . recorded nine tackles at Minnesota, including career-best six solo stops and three assists, and 1.5 tackles for loss . . . started at linebacker in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina as defense allowed just 43 net rushing yards . . . led team with six tackes vs. South Carolina, including five solo stops, one QB sack and one pass break-up.