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Clint Huntrods

Class Sr.
Hometown Collins, Iowa
High School CMB

Hawk-Item – – Earned bachelor’s degree in August, 2007 and is working on advanced degree . . . handled all snaps on PAT and field goal attempts throughout the season with no bad snaps.

2007 – – Listed as first team long snapper for placements following spring practice.

2006 – – Listed as short snapper for field goals and PAT following spring practice . . . saw action in 41-7 win over Montana as offense gained 416 yards total offense . . . handled all snaps on five PATs and two field goals . . . saw action in double overtime win at Syracuse . . . handled all snaps on two PATs and three field goals, including 24-yard field goal in first overtime and PAT in second OT . . . saw action in win over Iowa State, handling all snaps on three PATs and two field goals . . . saw action in win at Illinois, handling all snaps on three PATs and one field goal . . . saw action in loss to top-ranked Ohio State, handling all snaps on two PATs and one field goal . . . saw action in win over Purdue . . . handled all snaps on six PAT attempts and two field goals as team scored season-high 47 points . . . handled all snaps on four PAT attempts and two field goal attempts in loss at Indiana . . . handled snaps on two successful field goal attempts in loss at Michigan . . . handled snaps on three field goal attempts and three PAT attempts in win over Northern Illinois . . . handled PAT snap in loss to Northwestern . . . handled snaps on three PAT attempts and one field goal attempt in loss to Wisconsin . . . handled snaps for three PAT attempts and one field goal attempt in loss at Minnesota . . . handled snaps on three PAT attempts and two field goal attempts vs. Texas in Alamo Bowl.

2005 – – Saw action in win over Ball State as offense gained 441 yards total offense . . . handled deep snaps on all eight PAT attempts in 56-0 win . . . saw action at Iowa State, handling deep snap on successful field goal attempt . . . saw action in win over Northern Iowa as offense gained season-best 496 total yards . . . handled deep snaps on all FG and PAT attempts . . . saw action at Ohio State, handling deep snaps on two Iowa field goals . . . saw action in win over Illinois, handling deep snaps on all PAT attempts . . . saw action in win at Purdue, handling deep snaps on all field goal and PAT attempts . . . saw action in win over Indiana, handling deep snaps on all five PAT attempts and one field goal attempt . . . saw action vs. Michigan, handling deep snaps on two PAT attempts and three field goals, including field goal on final play of game to force overtime and field goal in overtime period . . . saw action at Northwestern, handling deep snaps on three PAT attempts and three field goal attempts . . . saw action in win at Wisconsin, handling deep snaps on two PAT attempts and two field goal attempts . . . saw action in win over Minnesota, handling deep snaps on one field goal and seven PAT attempts . . . saw action in Outback Bowl vs. Florida, handling deep snaps on two field goal and three PAT attempts.

2004 – – Did not see any game action.

2003 – – Redshirted.

High school honors – – Senior season honors include Des Moines Register and Iowa Newspaper Association first team all-state, first team all-conference, 2002 Wendy[apos]s High School Heisman for Iowa, defensive MVP and team captain . . . …selected to 2003 Shrine Bowl… first team all-conference as a junior . . . all-conference honorable mention as a sophomore . . . won state discus title as a junior . . . Career – – three-year varsity letterman . . . recorded 98 tackles and recovered two fumbles as a senior . . . totaled 61 tackles as a junior, guiding team to a school record for wins in a season. . . three-year basketball letterman and four year track and field standout.

Personal – – Born 12/22/84 . . . Communication Studies major . . . earned bachelor’s degree in August, 2007 and is working on advanced degree . . . parents are Christine and Marvin Huntrods . . . high school coach was Rob Luther.