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Draft Scout Christian Dudzik News
01/07/15 - North Dakota State free safety Christian Dudzik has started every game in his college career, a feat that's believed to be unmatched in Division I football and one that has earned him the run of his boss's office. "Every morning I go up to the office, I get done with the staff meeting or something, I come in, there's Christian sitting at my desk with his feet up, watching game film," said coach Chris Klieman, who considers the standout senior somewhat of an assistant coach. "I work around him." And Dudzik never misses a day of work. The 5-foot-10, 191-pounder from Omaha, Nebraska, is slated to start his 61st straight game Saturday in the Football Championship Subdivision title game against Illinois State. NDSU will be trying to become the first team to win four straight championships in what was formerly known as Division I-AA.
"College football is a mentally and physically demanding sport, for sure," said Mike Kern, associate commissioner for the Missouri Valley Football Conference, home to NDSU and Illinois State. "To play in that many games, let alone start all of them, is just unfathomable." No official records are kept for game participation, but to play 60 games over four years is challenging simply because of team schedules. Teams in the Bowl Subdivision rarely play 15 games in a season. Linebacker Pierre Banks played in a Division I-AA-record 62 games for Appalachian State, which was also afforded a lot of games by winning three straight titles, but started only 47 of them. - AP Sports
08/19/14 - 2014 PRESEASON MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DB/RS Christian Dudzik (NDSU)... Started all 15 games at free safety in 2013…NDSU’s fifth leading tackler with 56 total stops including 34 solos…Ranked 18th nationally and led the Missouri Valley Football Conference with six interceptions (0.4 INT/g)…Tied an NDSU record with three interceptions in the playoffs…Season totals included six pass breakups, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery. - North Dakota State football
10/28/13 - OCT 28 SPORTS NETWORK NATIONAL FCS CO-SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Christian Dudzik, North Dakota State, FS, Jr., 5-10, 188, Omaha, Neb.,...Dudzik became the first player in the FCS this season to return two punts for touchdowns in the same game in North Dakota State's win over Indiana State. The junior safety took his first return back 43 yards with 1:18 remaining in the second quarter. His second punt return went for 68 yards early in the third quarter. Dudzik totaled 140 all-purpose yards on the two punt returns and one kickoff return, and tied the Missouri Valley Conference record of two punt return touchdowns set by Buck Phillips in 1994. - Sports Network
10/28/13 - OCT 28 MISSOURI VALLEY SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: FS Christian Dudzik, North Dakota State, 5-10, 188, Jr., Omaha (Neb.) Skutt Catholic...Dudzik had 140 all-purpose yards and scored his first two career TDs on punt returns of 43 and 68 yards in North Dakota State’s 56-10 win at Indiana State. Dudzik tied the MVFC record of two punt return touchdowns by Western Illinois’ Buck Phillips in 1994. He also had one kickoff return of 29 yards and made three tackles on defense. - Missouri Valley football
10/15/13 - OCT 14 MISSOURI VALLEY NOTABLE PLAYER OF THE WEEK PERFORMANCE: FS Christian Dudzik, North Dakota State - Four tackles including three solo stops, had one pass breakup, and recorded his first interception and fumble recovery of the season in North Dakota State’s 41-26 homecoming win over Missouri State. Dudzik returned his fourth career interception to the MSU 36 to set up a TD. - Missouri Valley football