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Mike Goff
Mike Goff

Hometown:
Peru, IL

High School:
LaSalle-Peru

Position:
Offensive Line

1997 Honors - Firs team All-Big Ten by Big Ten coaches and honorable mention All-Big Ten by Big Ten media...offensive MVP vs. Illinois and Northwestern...offensive hustle award vs. Wisconsin and Northwestern.

1997 - Started all 12 games...key member of offensive line as Hawkeyes led Big Ten in rushing offense and scoring offense and ranked eighth in the nation in rushing offense...member of offensive line that led the way for RB Tavian Banks to rush for single-season record of 1,691 yards...offensive line helped Iowa set school record for scoring offense (36.7) and 1997 team became first ever to score over 60 points in three games...offensive unit totaled 658 yards vs. Northern Iowa and rushed for 408 yards vs. Tulsa.

1996 - listed as first team right guard at start of season...started opening game vs. Arizona...bothered by injury throughout the season following the Arizona game...saw action each week did not start after opening game...key member of offensive line as Iowa averaged 179.5 yards rushing and 356.2 yards total offense per contest.

1995 Honors - offensive MVP vs. Wisconsin and offensive hustle award vs. Indiana.

1995 - started 10 games at right guard...key member of offensive line that led the way for average of 199.8 yards rushing and 217.8 yards passing per game.

1994 - earned first letter as a true freshman while seeing action in all 11 games...member of offensive line that led the way to 2,431 yards rushing, third best total in school history...offensive line allowed just 10 QB sacks in 11 games.

High school honors - First-team all-state by Champaign News Gazette and second team selection by Chicago Tribune as a senior...Illinois Coaches Association all-star as defensive tackle...pre-season all-America by Blue Chip Illustrated...unanimous first-team all-conference 1992-93...Career - 34 tackles, 24 assists and two sacks at defensive tackle as a senior...team captain in 1993...three-year letterman...Illinois's sectional heavyweight wrestling champion...two-year letterman in track and field...high school coach was Rich Koehler...Personal - born 1/6/76...open major.

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