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    Sean Wieber
    Sean Wieber

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Sandusky, Ohio

    High School:
    Perkins

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 207

    Position:
    FS

    Birthdate:
    08/31/1979

    Eligibility:
    Sr.



    2001: Started six games at free safety ... Missed Duke game with an ankle sprain ... Also missed the Purdue contest with injuries ... 10th on team with 40 tackles ... Eight tackles at UNLV ... Had one of secondary's three interceptions vs. Minnesota ... Six tackles, one pass deflection and one hurry vs. Penn State ... Four tackles at Illinois ... Verizon Academic All-District honoree.

    2000: Played in 12 games, starting the last four regular-season games ... Had 39 tackles, 16 solo ... Intercepted a pass vs. Purdue ... Broke up four passes ... Forced the Anthony Thomas fumble vs. Michigan that led to NU's game-winning touchdown ... Named Defensive Big Playmaker twice ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    1999: Saw action in the last two games of the season.

    1998: Did not see any game action ... Named rookie champion for the Iowa game.

    High School: First-team all-conference on both offense and defense ... Grabbed 18 receptions for 350 yards and rushed 18 times for 100 yards ... Recorded 82 tackles and two interceptions ... A punter who averaged 38 yards as a sophomore, 40 yards as a junior and 42 yards as a senior ... Nine-time Scholar Athlete Award winner ... Played eight different positions in a single game ... National Honor Society and honor roll member ... Graduated third in his high school class ... High school coach was Rocky Farlow.

    Personal: Born Sean Gerald Wieber on 8/31/79 ... Son of Leon J. and Mary Ellen Wieber ... History major.

    Wieber's Career Statistics
    Defense

    YEAR	G	ST	AT	TT	TFL	INT	PD	FF	FR	SACK
    1999	2	0	0	0	0/0	0/0	0	0	0	0/0
    2000	11	16	23	39	0/0	1/18	4	1	0	0/0
    2001	9	17	23	40	0/0	1/8	2	0	0	0/0
    TOTAL	22	33	46	79	0/0	2/26	6	1	0	0/0
    

    The Wieber File
    Q. The three words that best describe me: relentless, hopeful, persistent.
    Q. If I could do it over: I would relive my family vacations.
    Q. Most humbling experience: taking my first college exam.