Hail to the Victors Valiant
Tim Massaquoi for Heisman
Hail to the Conq'ring Heroes
Welcome! If you're reading this, then you are one of a growing number of people that are rooting for our senior tight end to win the most coveted individual award in NCAA Football. Since his college career at the University of Michigan began five years ago, we have foretold that this would be the player to follow in the footsteps of such Wolverine greats as Tom Harmon, Desmond Howard, and Charles Woodson. This is his year, and we need to rally behind # 88 and the rest of the maize and blue as they march toward Pasadena and another national championship.
Tim Massaquoi Vital Stats:
Position: Tight End
Weight: 248 lbs.                                                                                                                                                                    Picture courtesy of The Detroit News
Hometown: Allentown, PA (Parkland High School)
Mr. Massaquoi's Individual Statistics:
2002: 2 Receptions. 20 Yards. 10.0 yards/catch.*
2003: 14 Receptions. 194 Yards. 13.9 yards/catch. 1 TD.*
2004: 18 Receptions. 184 Yards. 10.2 yards/catch.*
* 110% effort/game
# 88 is garnering his share of pre-season honors:
- Tim is returning after a first-team All-Big Ten season last year.
- College Football News has named Tim one of the top 16 tight ends in the country and received their second-team All-Big Ten pre-season honors.
- Tim has also been named second-team All-Big Ten pre-season by Athlon Sports and Sporting News.
- Even reviled buckeye Kirk Herbstreit has given a nod to our standout tight end.
Hail, Hail to Michigan
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